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Cole open to Birmingham move

Sky Sports
10:40, Monday 17 July 2017
Ashley Cole would consider a move to Birmingham City, according to Sky sources.

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Re: Cole open to Birmingham move

666VAN replying to Sky Sports
10:43, Monday 17 July 2017
thumbs up

Already got his own song.
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CheswickBlue replying to Sky Sports
10:47, Monday 17 July 2017
Get Cole in 100%. Keane not so sure.
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HackneyBlue replying to CheswickBlue
10:54, Monday 17 July 2017
Cole on 10-15k a week is a no-brainer, if we get Keane in as backup plus another striker then I'm happy
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Re: Cole open to Birmingham move

A_n_E replying to Sky Sports
10:54, Monday 17 July 2017
f**k off you cheating c**t, i hope your syphillis ridden cock scabs over and you have a pus-filled ulcerated mouth for the rest of your life.

put me down for a maybe.
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U-ge Club replying to Sky Sports
10:57, Monday 17 July 2017
Gerrim in

Grounds will be weeping.
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David Xavis replying to Sky Sports
11:01, Monday 17 July 2017
Gerrim in, still class.
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Re: Cole open to Birmingham move

A_n_E replying to David Xavis
11:04, Monday 17 July 2017
as a matter of interest when did you last see him play?
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Re: Cole open to Birmingham move

J replying to Sky Sports
11:05, Monday 17 July 2017
Prefer Cole to Terry, especially given our current squad. Get in here son.
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Re: Cole open to Birmingham move

Jameron Cerome replying to Sky Sports
11:07, Monday 17 July 2017
I'll drive the fecker. Not past my test bare in mind, but gerrim in
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Re: Cole open to Birmingham move

Smokey Joe replying to Jameron Cerome
11:22, Monday 17 July 2017
Wouldn't mind Cole but would prefer Dijks. At leaat he's under 30 (hopefully he'll get realistic with his wage demands).
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Macca1 replying to Sky Sports
11:25, Monday 17 July 2017
Probably the only World class player England have produced in the modern Premier League era. Would be a great signing.
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B.A replying to Macca1
11:28, Monday 17 July 2017
Different argument but I would say.

Ferdinand
Terry
Gerrard
Lampard
Scholes
Rooney

would be classed as world class
Even Gabby, the premier league's first disabled footballer, doesn't want to play for you any more.
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85Blue replying to Macca1
11:29, Monday 17 July 2017
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Probably the only World class player England have produced in the modern Premier League era. Would be a great signing.

Scholes?
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Tank replying to Sky Sports
11:31, Monday 17 July 2017
Gascoigne and anderton spotted at wast hills oink
Melting snowflakes
With Donald and Nigel
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Re: Cole open to Birmingham move

Squatnose replying to B.A
11:34, Monday 17 July 2017
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B.A
Different argument but I would say.

Ferdinand
Terry
Gerrard
Lampard
Scholes
Rooney

would be classed as world class

Surely world class players are effective in major tournaments? Not sure why Rooney is in your list.
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Macca1 replying to B.A
11:35, Monday 17 July 2017
Nah. Ferdinand maybe.
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A_n_E replying to B.A
11:37, Monday 17 July 2017
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B.A
Different argument but I would say.

Ferdinand
Terry
Gerrard
Lampard
Scholes
Rooney

would be classed as world class

not a fecking hope. if all of those players were world class we'd have won something.
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B.A replying to Squatnose
11:39, Monday 17 July 2017
Had he not broken his foot I dare say we would have won the first one he appeared in
Even Gabby, the premier league's first disabled footballer, doesn't want to play for you any more.
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B.A replying to A_n_E
11:41, Monday 17 July 2017
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B.A
Different argument but I would say.

Ferdinand
Terry
Gerrard
Lampard
Scholes
Rooney

would be classed as world class

not a fecking hope. if all of those players were world class we'd have won something.


Scholes could have played for any team in the world, the best rate him as the best. Ferdinand was a brilliant centre half, as is Terry. The best sides wanted Gerrard who was a brilliant player.

We didnt win anything as the managers we had were shocking and couldnt get a team out of those players. Best players dont always make the best team.
Even Gabby, the premier league's first disabled footballer, doesn't want to play for you any more.
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A_n_E replying to B.A
11:41, Monday 17 July 2017
conjecture. what about all the others when he hadnt got a broken foot and was just plain old s**t.
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StechyBlue replying to Jameron Cerome
11:42, Monday 17 July 2017
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I'll drive the fecker. Not past my test bare in mind, but gerrim in

Got you down as uncertain ?
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A_n_E replying to B.A
11:43, Monday 17 July 2017
scholes is the only one out of all those players who i'd say was anywhere near world class, maybe ferdinand at a push.

gerrard, lampard, rooney etc. all just flattered to deceive at the highest level, nothing to do with managers IMHO.
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Re: Cole open to Birmingham move

Legal_Bluenose replying to Macca1
11:45, Monday 17 July 2017
DON'T YOU KNOW NOT TO USE THE PHRASE "WORLD CLASS" ON THIS FORUM

DON'T YOU?
Luckily, the amount of heroin I use is harmless. I inject about once a month on a purely recreational basis. Fine. But what about other people less stable, less educated, less middle-class than me? Builders or blacks for example. If you're one of those, my advice to you is leave well alone. Good luck.
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B.A replying to A_n_E
11:47, Monday 17 July 2017
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A_n_E
scholes is the only one out of all those players who i'd say was anywhere near world class, maybe ferdinand at a push.

gerrard, lampard, rooney etc. all just flattered to deceive at the highest level, nothing to do with managers IMHO.

Maybe internationally but I am note sure thats the highest level really.

Gerrard was fecking outstanding at times, and Rooney has had an unbelievable career.

Lampard was a huge part of Chelsea's success
Even Gabby, the premier league's first disabled footballer, doesn't want to play for you any more.
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Blueboy81 replying to Macca1
11:51, Monday 17 July 2017
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Probably the only World class player England have produced in the modern Premier League era. Would be a great signing.
this.
Best english lb I have seen imo
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Re: Cole open to Birmingham move

b34blues replying to HackneyBlue
11:54, Monday 17 July 2017
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Cole on 10-15k a week is a no-brainer, if we get Keane in as backup plus another striker then I'm happy
this is my thiughts also
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b34blues replying to Smokey Joe
11:56, Monday 17 July 2017
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Wouldn't mind Cole but would prefer Dijks. At leaat he's under 30 (hopefully he'll get realistic with his wage demands).
makes you wonder what he is asking for wages wise !
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Re: Cole open to Birmingham move

Le Mod replying to Sky Sports
11:57, Monday 17 July 2017
I don't see how people can confidently claim he'd be a great signing if they haven't seen him play in years.

Players decline rapidly, take Gerrard as a case in point, he was absolutely dog shit at LA.
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Tilton Rifle replying to B.A
11:59, Monday 17 July 2017
Only Scholes and Ferdinand.
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