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Old 27-08-07, 11:00 PM   #1
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Ole Gunner retires

Knee injury.

Dirty manc, but was a good player
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Old 27-08-07, 11:04 PM   #2
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Where is this coming from? Hope this is good news

That dirty player was a flucky fuck if I didn't know one. How can I guy who supported Liverpool all his life play for the Scum!
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Old 27-08-07, 11:08 PM   #3
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Old 27-08-07, 11:13 PM   #4
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Although he scored against us a few times, most notably a winner in an fa cup(qtr final?) tie but he was one manc i didn't mind. Always had a smile on his face and you have to admire the way he came through all those injuries.
I guess in the end, he just couldn't go on.
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Old 27-08-07, 11:39 PM   #5
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Couldnt stand the rent-boy Manc - that fukkin smile used to wind me up bigtime.

BTW I am sure I heard that he was a Liverpool fan as a kid and was even a member of the supporters club.
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Old 27-08-07, 11:40 PM   #6
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Bollox he was a dirty manc bastard.

Remember that game against Newcastle when one of the geordies was clean through on goal and he on purpose brought him down knowing that he had no chance of getting to the ball. He didnt even bother waiting for the red card, just got up and ran down the tunnel while getting applauded by every manc in old trafford

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Old 27-08-07, 11:50 PM   #7
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Where is this coming from? Hope this is good news

That dirty player was a flucky fuck if I didn't know one. How can I guy who supported Liverpool all his life play for the Scum!


Accuse me of Norwegian bias, but this fella was a great finisher.
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Old 27-08-07, 11:52 PM   #8
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Although he scored against us a few times, most notably a winner in an fa cup(qtr final?) tie but he was one manc i didn't mind. Always had a smile on his face and you have to admire the way he came through all those injuries.
I guess in the end, he just couldn't go on.


At least you speak sense on this Marky
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Old 27-08-07, 11:58 PM   #9
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Accuse me of Norwegian bias, but this fella was a great finisher.
I can understand.
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Old 27-08-07, 11:59 PM   #10
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Bollox he was a dirty manc bastard.

Remember that game against Newcastle when one of the geordies was clean through on goal and he on purpose brought him down knowing that he had no chance of getting to the ball. He didnt even bother waiting for the red card, just got up and ran down the tunnel while getting applauded by every manc in old trafford

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Or when we had them on the ropes at Old Trafford, 1-0 up, then he goes in studs up on Hyypia, forcing him off to get treatment. When he's off the bastard scores, 1-1.

It's a shame when any player retires though, even Mancs.
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Old 27-08-07, 11:59 PM   #11
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I can understand.


There were and are mancs a lot worse than Ole.
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Old 28-08-07, 12:04 AM   #12
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There were and are mancs a lot worse than Ole.
He was Satan himself the evening he robbed Bayern in th Camp Nou to give the Mancs our trophy.

Boy do i hate that fukkin rent boy - his badge kissing was unbearable - tosser and good riddance
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Old 28-08-07, 12:09 AM   #13
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I can't even begin to describe the joy I feel right now!!! Finally

Dirty, cheating manc bastard, hope he never gets a job in football so that I never have to see his fecking ugly twat baby face again

Woooohooooo, now I can start supporting the Norwegian national team again, knowing he will not be there anymore, oh the joy!!



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Old 28-08-07, 12:17 AM   #14
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quite shocking really, bet the mancs never suspected this one
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Old 28-08-07, 01:05 AM   #15
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Remember that game against Newcastle when one of the geordies was clean through on goal and he on purpose brought him down knowing that he had no chance of getting to the ball. He didnt even bother waiting for the red card, just got up and ran down the tunnel while getting applauded by every manc in old trafford
That was one of the most disgusting moments of football I have ever had the misfortune of watching.

His goals per minutes played is probably quite a stat to behold however!
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Old 28-08-07, 01:44 AM   #16
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Good player, bargain for Utd when they got him but I dont think Ive ever seen a footballer with less ambition than Solskjaer
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Old 28-08-07, 01:46 AM   #17
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He was a good player in fairness

My overriding memory of him though will be how Bobby Robson kept calling him Skolshire
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He was a great player for them and probably their most brilliant finisher during the last 10 years.
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Old 28-08-07, 06:30 AM   #19
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How can I guy who supported Liverpool all his life play for the Scum!

Did you know that Ronnie Whelan was a scum fan until he joined us? And God, Macmanaman, Owen and Carra all grew up as bitters.

A professional footballer will play his best for whoever is paying his wages FFS!!

Ole Gunnar was a brilliant striker IMO, yes I hated the fucker when he scored against us but credit where it's due folks
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Old 28-08-07, 07:24 AM   #20
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Good luck in the future Ole

He is a Liverpool fan.
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I can't even begin to describe the joy I feel right now!!! Finally

Dirty, cheating manc bastard, hope he never gets a job in football so that I never have to see his fecking ugly twat baby face again

Woooohooooo, now I can start supporting the Norwegian national team again, knowing he will not be there anymore, oh the joy!!



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Old 28-08-07, 08:52 AM   #22
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I can't even begin to describe the joy I feel right now!!! Finally

Dirty, cheating manc bastard, hope he never gets a job in football so that I never have to see his fecking ugly twat baby face again

Woooohooooo, now I can start supporting the Norwegian national team again, knowing he will not be there anymore, oh the joy!!



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ahahaha

Don't forget that he was also the best player the national team has had the last 10 years or so too.

Now the team really is crap.
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Old 28-08-07, 08:54 AM   #23
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Good player, bargain for Utd when they got him but I dont think Ive ever seen a footballer with less ambition than Solskjaer
I think I know what you're saying (spendiong his life as a sub) but he has more league winners medals than our whole squad put together, plus he's got a CL winners medal and plenty of other cup victories. How much more ambition can one man have/need??
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Old 28-08-07, 08:57 AM   #24
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I think I know what you're saying (spendiong his life as a sub) but he has more league winners medals than our whole squad put together, plus he's got a CL winners medal and plenty of other cup victories. How much more ambition can one man have/need??
I hear you. People crave for the days when loyalty was present in football, yet this is a lack of ambition...
He was at one of the biggest clubs in Europe, and won tons of medals.

We are glad Gerrard didn't show more ambition eh....aren't we?
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I really really liked him. Him Scholes and Giggs were the only Manc players I have respect for they are all quality players.
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I hear you. People crave for the days when loyalty was present in football, yet this is a lack of ambition...
He was at one of the biggest clubs in Europe, and won tons of medals.

We are glad Gerrard didn't show more ambition eh....aren't we?
Spurious. Gerrard plays more than 90 mins a season.

He was a good finnisher, played really well for a couple of seasons, but I think not playing very often helped his reputation tbh.
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In all fairness Manure were good to him following his injury problems and could have sold him (or put him out for rent ) a few years ago. Still a [email protected] though.
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Does this mean they will go out a buy another striker now though!
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Bollox he was a dirty manc bastard.

Remember that game against Newcastle when one of the geordies was clean through on goal and he on purpose brought him down knowing that he had no chance of getting to the ball. He didnt even bother waiting for the red card, just got up and ran down the tunnel while getting applauded by every manc in old trafford

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What a stupid post.

Anyone who says Ole Gunnar was a dirty player needs a head examination and a reality check.

A real ambassador for football and a great player.

Yes he did bring the Newcastle player down deliberately, but like you said, he did it to win the game and went straight off the pitch knowingly what he did was a red. How can that be a dirty player, we would have applauded if he was ours.
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I can't even begin to describe the joy I feel right now!!! Finally

Dirty, cheating manc bastard, hope he never gets a job in football so that I never have to see his fecking ugly twat baby face again

Woooohooooo, now I can start supporting the Norwegian national team again, knowing he will not be there anymore, oh the joy!!



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I guess this tells what a good player he was.
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Was a good finisher. Good luck to him but I do hope he has a constant pain in his knee every day for the rest of his life.
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Was a good finisher. Good luck to him but I do hope he has a constant pain in his knee every day for the rest of his life.
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Was a good finisher. Good luck to him but I do hope he has a constant pain in his knee every day for the rest of his life.
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Good finisher.

Dirty Manc ****

Looked like Doogie Howser.

Good riddance
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What a stupid post.

Anyone who says Ole Gunnar was a dirty player needs a head examination and a reality check.

A real ambassador for football and a great player.

Yes he did bring the Newcastle player down deliberately, but like you said, he did it to win the game and went straight off the pitch knowingly what he did was a red. How can that be a dirty player, we would have applauded if he was ours.
Nonsense. It was cheating. Unsporting behaviour. It was disgusting, player clean through on goal and the dirty manc was atleast 10 yards behind the ball. Everyone watching knew he had no chance so he hacked Rob Lee down. It was disgusting

No i would not have applauded any liverpool player doing that. But then i have never seen a liverpool player do something like that.

It was clear as day and truly disgusting
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Nonsense. It was cheating. Unsporting behaviour. It was disgusting, player clean through on goal and the dirty manc was atleast 10 yards behind the ball. Everyone watching knew he had no chance so he hacked Rob Lee down. It was disgusting

No i would not have applauded any liverpool player doing that. But then i have never seen a liverpool player do something like that.

It was clear as day and truly disgusting
I saw neil ruddock do it and applauded like fuck, not as much as I applauded in that reserve game though where he broke BOTH of andy coles legs with one foul

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Nonsense. It was cheating. Unsporting behaviour. It was disgusting, player clean through on goal and the dirty manc was atleast 10 yards behind the ball. Everyone watching knew he had no chance so he hacked Rob Lee down. It was disgusting

No i would not have applauded any liverpool player doing that. But then i have never seen a liverpool player do something like that.

It was clear as day and truly disgusting
FLMAO!

You've never seen a liverpool player hack down a player?

Gerrard, Ruddock, Wright, Souness, etc etc. All done worse than this incident.

Yes it was clear as day, and it was deliberate, but not to injure, to stop a goal and win the game. It was not a sporting thing to do, but one incident of his whole career, name anything else he's done that's been unsporting or dirty.
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