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Daily Mail - E&S Lite

Discussion in 'Molineux Mix Archive' started by Del Woppio, Dec 1, 2008.

  1. Toon Wolf

    Toon Wolf Guest

    What a completely crappy headline. Shouldn't expect anything else though from that rag.
     
  2. Muscat

    Muscat Just doesn't shut up

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  4. 5150

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    My God ....... I do not think I have ever read a more "out of context" headline than those.
     
  5. Dewsburywolf

    Dewsburywolf Just doesn't shut up

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    Stearman says "it's almost unfair on Neill Collins" he doesn't actually say that Collins should be in instead of Mancienne. He also says they (he & Mancienne) have been playing together since they were 16/17 thereby implying they know each others game inside out.
     
  6. PabloWolfo

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    You don't need to justify it to us, old chap! My only concern is that DelWoppio has been crawling through the gutter press, happening upon the Wolves story, no doubt whilst on the hunt for a Page 3 Stunner with Lovely Charms.
     
  7. robbeec

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    I saw this yesterday and have to say was stunned! It really is the most misleading piece of journalistic headline writing! Thankfully when you actually read the content the quotes confirm what an absolute load of tosh it is!
     
  8. Just added a comment to both articles. Bet they don't get published. ;)
     
  9. $$$$ing bunch of nazi xenophobe *****s.
     
  10. Damn you Del Woppio - look what trouble I get into using the words that you teach me.
     
  11. wolf of sedgley

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