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I Used To Be Indecisive But Now I'm Not So Sure

I Used To Be Indecisive But Now I'm Not So Sure

The official Manchester City website on 01/07/10 announced the departure of third choice goalkeeper, Stuart Taylor.

Check out the story here.

Today, 10 July 2010 the official MCFC website published...

Stuart Taylor has signed a new two-year contract with Manchester City. The 29-year-old has fully recovered from the knee injury that prevented him from stepping in when Shay Given dislocated a shoulder late last season.

Welcome back Stuart.

What was that old saying...

I used to be indecisive but now I'm not so sure.







Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:Tudor
Date:Saturday July 10 2010
Time: 1:07PM

Comments

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Bizzare to say the least. I'm sure someone somewhere has an explanation.
eighthsin
10/07/2010 13:27:00
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Wswilly doesn't spout his crap here, then? We're getting sick of his posts down at our site fellas. Would you enjoy it if I came along and posted in EVERY article, nonsense along the same, abusive lines? You can only ignore a bizzing fly for so long. This guy's insane, totally crazy. And here I was thinking that you lot were class!
JT_daniel
10/07/2010 14:27:00
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JT - there's nothing abusive about his comments, it's up to you whether you bite or not.
Bluedub
10/07/2010 15:03:00
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Bluedub, that guy sprouts his BS on all over the network slating the funds and transfer policies of other clubs.
ACLamp
10/07/2010 15:24:00
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That's his opinion ACLamp, and he's entitled to it. If any individual Vital site has a problem with his comments, then the editors can remove them.
Bluedub
10/07/2010 15:35:00
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No need to remove him, he's more like an annoying fly than anything. Clearly struggling with puberty. Bless him lol ;)
Zbam
10/07/2010 15:54:00
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That's the spirit Zbam, take it as banter, as that's all it is.
Bluedub
10/07/2010 16:02:00
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Anyway, getting back to the article!!!! Bit strange this one, but Taylor is a competent enough keeper and I'm happy for him to be third cchoice, especially if he doesn't mind berti time. What worrries me more than anything is that one of Hart or Given will get the hump with being No. 2 and go elsewhere, leaving Taylor as back-up. Not my ideal No2!
fifthcolumnblue
10/07/2010 16:18:00
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Agreed Fifth, I don't think Taylor is good enough, and neither does he by the looks of it, if he's willing to just take a wage to play back up with very little chance of ever getting a start.
Bluedub
10/07/2010 16:52:00
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Banter? I'll take it comments like

"Another one of the payroll - the SugarDaddy has become bored with his team - surprised you haven't bid for Paul Scharner - he wopuld be cheap to run. Wswilly3"

"Don't make me laugh - Torres - you couldn't afford his left leg - your sugar daddy has gone mean on you. Why not off load some more players off your payroll - i Mean not being able to pay Joe Cole a few quid more....... times are hard at the Bridge. Wswilly3"

"Who? How are the mighty fallen - what about Nicky Butt? Wswilly3"

"Hi boys Willy3 here - you are right we will ease your financial worries and take him from you - I think its his wages that are the problem but we are good sorts and help charities like you - do remember the good times though - its called nostalgia. Wswilly3"

It gets irritating. You may tolerate crap like that in your site, judging by the tone of Bludb's tone, it may even be a trait of your forum, heaven only knows. Is that opinion, banter? We lot do have problems with him. A few more days like that and merlin will ban him. He's got nothing constructive to say like fifthcolumnblue or Tudor.
JT_daniel
10/07/2010 18:56:00
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