Mark Warburton (Unemployed)

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I hope he makes a full recovery and continues to lead QPR to mediocrity.
 

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Should have done Plan A* better.

(* Not catching COVID-19 in the first place)
 

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Was complaining about too many games earlier in the season, now they've had a couple of weeks break, he's still not happy.
A bloke whose only achievement in English football is a third tier runners up medal in 2014 should not chat as much sh*t as he does.
 

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Any manager who complains about a schedule when earning 6 and 7 figures pa should be fined a months wages and their money donated to a worthy cause. I had people working for me on £30k per year called out on Christmas day.

Alternatively, they could just stop fecking bleating.
 

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Any manager who complains about a schedule when earning 6 and 7 figures pa should be fined a months wages and their money donated to a worthy cause. I had people working for me on £30k per year called out on Christmas day.

Alternatively, they could just stop fecking bleating.
One of my sites was broken into twice on Christmas Day. Two call outs for the site Manager. I reckon he would have swapped places with a football manager.
 

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I rate that achievement pretty f***** highly myself
I wasn’t downplaying our achievement, rather highlighting Warburton’s otherwise unspectacular CV for a bloke with a mouth as big as his.
 

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Not a happy Bunny and questioning Strouds decisions, not sure he was watching same game as me. With the kerfuffle at the end he was putting blame on Bournemouth, suggest he watches Barbet who was the catalyst when trying to drag Solanke to his feet by his shirt
 

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I don't understand how Keith Stroud was officiating (4th) at Brighton v Brentford and then QPHa v Bournemouth when he was born in.....Bournemouth. He also was in charge of Bournemouth v QPHa in September......https://www.sportsmole.co.uk/people/keith-stroud/ Never mind eh :)
 

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Not a happy Bunny and questioning Strouds decisions, not sure he was watching same game as me. With the kerfuffle at the end he was putting blame on Bournemouth, suggest he watches Barbet who was the catalyst when trying to drag Solanke to his feet by his shirt
Plus he needs to look at actions of Dozzy, on a yellow & couldn't help himself, thought he had escaped but 4th official spots it, can't blame ref for that.
 

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I don't understand how Keith Stroud was officiating (4th) at Brighton v Brentford and then QPHa v Bournemouth when he was born in.....Bournemouth. He also was in charge of Bournemouth v QPHa in September......https://www.sportsmole.co.uk/people/keith-stroud/ Never mind eh :)
Why don't you understand?
 

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I assumed he meant he can't understand why that pr1ck is allowed to officiate anywhere
I think he meant how someone from just around the corner from Bournemouth is allowed to officiate Bournemouth games.
 

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He was born there, not "from" there.

I was born in TW8, you can take the boy out of Brentford but you can’t take the Brentford out of the boy.

Stroud shouldn’t be reffing any games that involve B’muff but very happy he was tonight
 

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Any manager who complains about a schedule when earning 6 and 7 figures pa should be fined a months wages and their money donated to a worthy cause. I had people working for me on £30k per year called out on Christmas day.

Alternatively, they could just stop fecking bleating.
He can **** off. Never mind the call out, I'm working the next 4-5 Xmas days as of next year.

Blokes a cretin whos done sod all in the game.
 

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I must be thick then.

What's the difference?
Where you live, or lived. Where you went to school. Your heritage. Your nationality. Your parents may have been on holiday/overseas/working when you were born.

Why does he support Luton? Whom he has never refereed btw...
 

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.....MW will always be about 10/02/15 for me....I was more angry that night at GP than at any other time supporting this club....last Wednesday against Chelsea doesn't even come close....lest I forget.
 

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Stroud started refereeing in 1988 and was on the same course as a mate of mine in Christchurch, Dorset. Whilst he may no longer live there he has strong links to the area and there have been many comments over the years about the amount of Bournemouth games he officiates in one capacity or other (ref or 4th Official). He came to prominence on the Wessex League which to my mind shows that he is from there as well as being born there.

Just because he gets a lift back on the Bournemouth team coach doesn't mean that he is biased in any way. 🙄 :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
 

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And yes I know he now lives in Bedfordshire and says he supports Luton Town....just a smokescreen.... :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO:
 

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Where you live, or lived. Where you went to school. Your heritage. Your nationality. Your parents may have been on holiday/overseas/working when you were born.

Why does he support Luton? Whom he has never refereed btw...
If a pig was born in a stable doesn’t make him a horse .
 

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Stroud was also the Referees' Development Manager for the Hampshire F.A.
In 2012 Stroud became the chief executive of the Bedfordshire F.A.
 

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Gone quiet here, innit. The best manager Brentford ever had, and you know it. The first year in Championship under MW was the way to go. But small mentalty clubs will stay small mentalty clubs, no matter what division they play in. Perhaps that's why many of you sound so bitter on this thread. Good luck to him in PL next season 🙂.
 

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Gone quiet here, innit. The best manager Brentford ever had, and you know it. The first year in Championship under MW was the way to go. But small mentalty clubs will stay small mentalty clubs, no matter what division they play in. Perhaps that's why many of you sound so bitter on this thread. Good luck to him in PL next season 🙂.
State of this. 😂😂

Been great watching him bounce around from club to club failing. Finally found his place at that s**thole down the road.
 

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Gone quiet here, innit. The best manager Brentford ever had, and you know it. The first year in Championship under MW was the way to go. But small mentalty clubs will stay small mentalty clubs, no matter what division they play in. Perhaps that's why many of you sound so bitter on this thread. Good luck to him in PL next season 🙂.

😆
 

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Gone quiet here, innit. The best manager Brentford ever had, and you know it. The first year in Championship under MW was the way to go. But small mentalty clubs will stay small mentalty clubs, no matter what division they play in. Perhaps that's why many of you sound so bitter on this thread. Good luck to him in PL next season 🙂.
It would be interesting to see him manage in the premier league, we all know how good he is at organising a defence so what could go wrong.
 

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Gone quiet here, innit. The best manager Brentford ever had, and you know it. The first year in Championship under MW was the way to go. But small mentalty clubs will stay small mentalty clubs, no matter what division they play in. Perhaps that's why many of you sound so bitter on this thread. Good luck to him in PL next season 🙂.
Not sure weather you are on the wind up or you are not the full ticket.
 

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Not sure weather you are on the wind up or you are not the full ticket.
This post is a cracker. Looks like he’s been proved wrong many times before.

 
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