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Another dark day for football!

Another dark day for football!

Now I know that yesterdays disgraceful scenes at the Liberty Stadium had no direct impact on Tottenham Hotspur, but for me it was something that shames the game as a whole.

Perhaps to write about a disgrace and shaming the game, might seem an over reaction to some, but clearly yesterdays ball-boy kicking by Eden Hazard was another blow to our game, though for me, the Chelsea player was only one part of a problem where cheating and bad sportsmanship is gaining an ever stronger strangle hold on the game.

Clearly Hazard was wrong and acted stupidly, and within the letter of the law and probably spirit of the game was rightfully given a straight red card and may well even receive a greater punishment than the standard ban. This is probably something that will and should happen, for the image of the game. However, should there be sanctions against Swansea, as their 'ball-boys' were clearly making hard work of retrieving the ball and that is their one and only job after all. Would they get away with that lazy attitude on the centre court of wimbledon? I think not… Proving any team instructed ball boys to waste time is difficult, however they are representing a club and therefore are their responsibility.

If we look at the individual incident, though there is no way to defend the indefensible with Hazard, but to a degree, I understand his frustration, at someone not only wasting time, but by what was clearly a deliberate act of making it as hard as possible for Hazard to get the ball. Now lets not get carried away with the idea that this was some innocent twelve year old here, we are talking about a lad of seventeen, who knew exactly what he was doing and perhaps may have been acting with others to slow things down and assist his team.

Not only did Charlie Morgan, who is the son of a Swansea director, slow down in his efforts to retrieve the ball, but when he bent down, Hazard was already in a perfect position to take the ball as his feet were touching it and I'm sure he was verbally indicating that he wanted the ball. Seeing the lad then move to get his body between player and ball and then fall on it, was comical, but for me a clear act to stop a rival player from restarting play. Hazards trying to get the ball and ultimately kicking Morgan, was ill advised, but surely in the heat of a highly charged moment, but do we really believe he intended to hit or harm anyone?

Perhaps this can and will be a catalyst to make the authorities look at gamesmanship and cheating and take action. Ball boys hanging on to a ball as a means to waste time is hardly a new problem, nor is using a towel before taking throw-in or suddenly deciding that someone else should take it. Keeper's walking around the goal the longer way to retrieve the ball are not new or innovative ways of winding down the clock, but not only should refs take a tougher stance on such incidents, but perhaps by reporting clubs who use whatever unreasonable means to waste time, there should be punishments from the governing bodies, just as there should be for any other cheating such as diving or faining injury.

Sadly for the game, this one incident takes away much of the glory of Swansea City getting to a Wembley final, but when I look at their direct or indirect part in the Hazard sending off, I actually feel that they, Charlie Morgan and Eden Hazard should all take responsibility for yet another act of stupidity and gamesmanship that is blighting our game and needs to be stopped. For those Spurs fans who still only see one villain in Hazard here, be honest and ask yourselves whether your reaction would be different if it were Tottenham in that semi final and Gareth Bale did what Hazard did? Whether we admit it or not, I have a feeling that our view would be slightly different...



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Writer:OxfordSpur
Date:Thursday January 24 2013
Time: 8:45AM

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Comments

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Well done to Swansea.
vicspur
24/01/2013 08:51:00
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Congrats to Swansea and i have not seen the incident but is it really as bad as you say??
spurs2468
24/01/2013 08:55:00
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They have kissed and made up so thats good ,so lets let it go ,but of course ban Hazard for 10 games ha ha as he didnt join us :),seems not that good at the moment a tad overpriced ??
Edinburgh Spur
24/01/2013 08:56:00
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6 of one and half a dozen of another. The 'ball boy' (aged 17) looks a harden little **** and his twitter mesages before the match will implicate the club.
Zummerzet Spur
24/01/2013 08:56:00
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Oh and good to see Swnsea knock out the chavs. :-)
Zummerzet Spur
24/01/2013 08:57:00
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Personally, I thought it was hilarious. Ballboys have been holding up play since time immemorial when they've felt it suited their team. It's one of those silly provocations that professional footballers should be accustomed to and deal with as adults. The fact that he's a Chelsea player has nothing to do with it. Kicking at a kid when he is lying on the floor because you can't get your ball back is a red card all day long. Imagine if you did something similar on the street and tried to justify it in a court of law. But, your honour, he wouldn't give me the ball...
darkenvai
24/01/2013 08:58:00
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Excellent well considered piece OX, I'm with you all the way on this one....
Spursex
24/01/2013 08:58:00
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Chelsea, Hazzard and that dumb arse ball boy can all do one.
SpursOne2
24/01/2013 08:59:00
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well done ball boy... i remember a game at the lane against Anorthosis of Cyprus, where the ball boy threw the ball at the player.

nice little ban for Eden...
Yidmarks
24/01/2013 09:01:00
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No doubt there wasn't any malicious intent but if it were acceptable to go and kick time wasters due to frustration then the Chelsea team would be battered and bruised. Comical the way the kid flopped about like he had been shot, even more comical when Chelsea fans say he flopped about like he had been shot despite not really getting touched yet will say Ba should've had a penalty after swan diving at the slightest of touches. Not a good day for football no and there's certainly guilt on both sides but personally can't see pass the kids antics as a repercussion of emulating modern football.
TheFamousNo7
24/01/2013 09:07:00
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Dark day for football??? This is an isolated incident that no doubt will get blown out of all proportion by the media as per usual! If I was Hazard I would have done exactly the same!! In fact I would have gone one further and kicked The little $.hit in the face! In the dying embers of a game when adrenaline is pumping and your trying hard to get back in the game the last thing u need is a stupid little to$$er acting a fool and running down the clock.
TornadoYid
24/01/2013 09:13:00
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Hahaha just seen the Hazard V Ball boy clip, that is absolutely hilarious. I mean the ball boy looks like a complete and utter chav but you cant go around booting kids Hazard. When I heard it on talk sport I thought it would be a little tap but he proper starts booting the “ball” haha……it really has made my day that clip. Would have been even funnier if the ball “boy” (looks about 20) got up and chinned him. I reckon he could have taken Hazard lol Bit silly of Bale to start Tweeting defending Hazard….bet the Welsh are loving that Gareth!!

On a different note, what really annoyed me was the Bloke who came on talksport this morning, saying how wrong it was etc and the kid was maybe just trying to have a laugh!!...this was an ex professional who said that!! 2-0 down in a cup semi final and the ball boy thinks he will have a laugh and lay on top of the ball?? Im not saying what hazard did was acceptable but there needs to be an investigation into why the ball boy did it. Was he told to or is he just a complete mong?
hudderspur
24/01/2013 09:14:00
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At the end of the day, you've got a ball boy who has one job who then wants to flops onto the ball and stays there laying on it…then he shouldn’t get to do that job again. I know it’s hilarious that it happened to the chavs...but it still shouldn't be allowed to happen. Just give the ball to the players actually playing the game? Let the result go down to the better team. Goal Keepers have done it loads of times as well...you're on the pitch loosing, you put the ball in the net and need to get the ball back to the spot for kick off and the damn keeper won’t give you the ball. Sorry but its so ******** annoying...
SpursOne2
24/01/2013 09:20:00
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let's put the rivalry behind us for once on this issue,how would you feel for example spurs playing against us in a semi final match by 2 - 0 down on aggregate and one of our ballboys act like the swansea ball boy in the dying minutes for the game?? you people should put yourselves in Hazard's shoes,what would have been your reaction??and Hazard kicked the ball not the boy and the boy even posted on tweeter that he did it intentionally.i know Hazard could have done better than kicking the boy and if care is not taking every team in the BPL will employ this tactics in their various stadium,so please cut Hazard some slack
lampardzachariah
24/01/2013 09:28:00
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if hazard was a bit smarter he would have stood back with his arms folded,thus implicating the little cretin.not too sure if the little fool was that injured but was playing up to the attention,i mean he had to finish what he started......obviously not a Chelsea fan and more than happy to see them go out of the cup for playing complacent football ,(good luck to both swansea and bradford),but i do feel that hazard is being treated unfairly.the youtube clip says it all.blatant play acting from the ball-boy as he looks to the ref for a reaction.
g. roberts testes
24/01/2013 09:30:00
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lampardzachariah - you make a good point. I actually have sympathy for Hazard. The ball man (he was 17 s could have actually been playing in the match!) deliberately tried to hold up play (and he said he would do as much in a tweet he posted yesteday afternoon). That said no professional player can touch a member of the public during a match and go unpunished. Had it happend to us at Spurs I would have been very frustrated but would exect our player to get a 3 match ban. I would however make a formal complaint against Swansea as they are responsible for thier ball boys / men!
SpuriousLife
24/01/2013 09:34:00
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why is everyone saying he kicked the boy?the youtube clip CLEARLY shows he kicked the ball from UNDERNEATH him as it rolls free.the kid even sits up,forgets about his "injury" for a few seconds and looks at the ref....COME ON!haaa-haa!
g. roberts testes
24/01/2013 09:35:00
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I saw the clip I see Hazard give a good kick to the ribs. lol. Red card for sure regardless of how frustrating the actions of that kid was. Wonder how many weeks ban he'll score. Good for us. btw. Hello darkenvai! Long time no see. :-)
Madaboutspurs
24/01/2013 09:44:00
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Both Ball boy and Hazard are complete idiots, and there is no excusing either of them. Hazard should get at least a 6 game ban, but likewise, the ball boy should never be allowed to take on that role again
Klinsmann_18
24/01/2013 09:46:00
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Cut hazard some slack? He's a professional footballer paid £100'000 a week or more who (like it or not) is a role model for millions The ball boy is a little chav who is about to watch his little club beat the (worst ever) champions of europe. You ask us to put ourselves in Hazards shoes, I say you put yourself in the little chavs shoes. If I'm Hazard, I stand, cross my arms and make sure the ref knows to add time and you can best he will add more than the chav wasted.
Tottenham Hotcore
24/01/2013 09:47:00
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Sadly, another two foriegners doing crimes of passion, on / in a football arena.
82spursdebut
24/01/2013 09:47:00
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and finally assuming it was Balotelli and that boy in this incident.lol
lampardzachariah
24/01/2013 09:52:00
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lampardzachariah i agree with what u say. I even think Hazard should have the red card rescinded. It's ridiculous! Obviously he wont get the red card rescinded but I think the ball boy should lose his job.
TornadoYid
24/01/2013 09:54:00
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What Hazard did was the exception. He reacted stupidly out of frustration and will got his punishment with a red card and a ban. Unfortunately, what the the ball boy did is not the exception. It wasn't one crazy kid looking to get involved. It is way too commonplace in the game and needs eradicating. The clubs are clearly endorsing the tactic and coaching their ball boys to do it. The FA need to start with a communication to all clubs threatening points deductions for any ball-boys "time wasting". They need to make it clear that it's a zero tolerance area.
muttley
24/01/2013 10:00:00
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This is an incident for the referee to deal with, timewasting - adds time on at the end (we all know may not be all of it) and the sending off is correct under law 12, I believe. The way Chelsea were playing in the 2nd half, they could have stayed out there a week and not scored so made little difference in the grand scheme of things. If THFC had been so inept at 2-0 down I would have something to say about not having a go at it. Poor. WELL DONE SWANSEA.
COYS R US
24/01/2013 10:10:00
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It clearly shows the ball boy deliberetly held on to the ball and Hazards kick was a toe poke to try and kick it out from under him but it caught the boy instead of the ball. I don't think there was intention to hurt the lad but it was a risk to take but he just didn't think for that split second. He could have tried to lift the boy up with his hand but then again it would have been seen as some kind of assault that is the nature of our society can't touch anyone without the fear of being in trouble. However, trying to toe poke it out was risk taking but no intention to hurt the lad. The lad should be banned from doing the job as well because they should not behave like that. Both parties were wrong Hazard got a red and will be punished the lad should be punished for his part as well.

Good result for Swansea
thfan
24/01/2013 10:13:00
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The incident is comical but in the same breath dumb. Both ball boy and Hazard have acted immaturely. What concerns me the most is the media spin that has started and the debate and potential aftermath of the whole incident. I see football heading down the road of American sports where the clock stops as soon as the ball is dead, this means a 90 minute game will last up to 4 or 5 hours and we'll be fueled with advertising breaks and more money in the game. This is the start of the end!
yiddyboy
24/01/2013 10:16:00
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Absolute hogwash Ox! Im not happy this site loads a porn website when I log in on my phone! Should i pop round there and give the Fear a kick in the nuts? Or my boss wont give me the bonus I think I deserve so I throw the water cooler at her? There is no defense for Hazard! He is a professional and above that its morals and standards that ones family would give you. This incident only highlights the 'phuck everyone else' attitude at Chelsea FC. I hope he gets banned for an extended period.
Mix26
24/01/2013 10:24:00
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thfan there is a diff between attempting to poke a ball away and kicking. Hazard clearly kicks the kid.
Mix26
24/01/2013 10:27:00
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If it had been Torres...he would have missed him
SpursOne2
24/01/2013 10:31:00
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I reckon it was a kick too. Looked like it.
Madaboutspurs
24/01/2013 10:31:00
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A well written and balanced article. With incidents like this, we'll end up with the FA demanding neutral ball boys before long. 17 year old ball boy behaving like a child and an overpaid football mercenary behaving like a bigger child. Ban them both.
spurboy61
24/01/2013 10:36:00
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Hey there, Madabout. @SpursOne2: classic!
darkenvai
24/01/2013 10:38:00
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14 out of ten for the Chav boy for acting, he is leaning well. I think they should ban the ball boy for life and give Hazard a medal.
tophobunty
24/01/2013 10:38:00
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The thing I find strange is that the boy's father had agreed to put this incident to bed. As a father, albeit of now very adult children, if Hazard had done that to my son, for whatever reason, I'm afraid he would have got a severe slap, I would have taken any opportunity to "put him on his arse". If the boy was refusing to return the ball, the referee is able to get it back, add the appropriate time to compensate, and have the ball boy removed, who the bloody hell does Edin Hazard think he is. How many games ban will he get for his "red card", it had better be 3 games as for serious foul play, rather than a 1 game, this will have the maximum effect on both him, and his club, and perhaps they will then see fit to censure him, what an advert he is for our game, he is a lout.
Frank
24/01/2013 10:48:00
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Frank, I don’t have children so its difficult to say how I would react if that were my lad. But there’s one thing im certain of, whatever I decided to give Hazard, I would give my Lad 10 fold! He has completely disgraced his father in front of millions. Like ive said above I don’t condone what Hazard did but it just shows the lack of respect teenagers have today. Do you think a ball boy would have done that to Bobby Charlton?? Im sure if he did he would have got more than the ball kicked from beneath him and a good lash of the belt front his dad. Someone said above it show the “phuck you” attitude of Chelsea, well I also think it shows the phuck you attitude of todays youth. BTW im only 29, and have been assured by my own father that I was a nightmare up until 5 or 6 years ago lol
hudderspur
24/01/2013 10:57:00
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I think the 'boy' got off lightly. Hazard should've kicked him in the balls for holding onto his ball. Fairs fair. Crazy club where one boy gets shot by Ashley cole at training, and another gets kicked in the ribs during a game. Truly Chelsea are the "entertainers".
van der haart lane
24/01/2013 10:58:00
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talk about sensationalising it!!! just do what refeeres do and watch the ball....Hazard kicks the ball that's why it pops out the other side of the ball 'boy'. Now Hazard shouldn't have done that as it could be seen as agressive and certainly could have caused a public disorder so I think the red card was deserved but a 3 match ban is enough in my book. Now had he been booting a 12yr old in the ribs to get the ball back as some have portrayed it then he should go to prison for assault but that was not the case, it should be seen for the storm in a teacup that it really is.
shedboy2
24/01/2013 11:02:00
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The ball boy had not got a touch all game and took the hump,thats my ball thats my ball thats my ball ! Hazard only wanted the ball to finish game so just give him a rib tickler.think they would buy the kid his own ball to play with.
Little spur
24/01/2013 11:03:00
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Dark day for football! get a grip Ox....
shedboy2
24/01/2013 11:04:00
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Not as black and white as people are making out mate. The 'kid' is 17, nearly 18 (hazard is only 22), he posted on twitter his intentions prior to the game, he is seen drinking alcohol on his twitter page too, so to say hazard has battered an inicent child is totally incorrect. If a 17 year old was winding up a 22 year old inside a pub and ended up getting slapped nobody would bat an eyelid. Also what the fu(k is a 17 year old doing being a ball boy??? the chavvy pri(k needs to grow up.. Hazard didn't help himself and a red card is well justified, give him a 3 game ban and leave it at that, i'd also sack the ball'boy', plenty of other lads would love the oppertunity and i expect would be more responsible.
TomYid
24/01/2013 11:04:00
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hey Frunk i find myself disagreeing with you again, so you teach your kids to be cheating bar stewards do you? well done...
tophobunty
24/01/2013 11:05:00
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the ball boy is one of the directors of swansea's sons, lol. he is a young man in a job that thousands of boys his age could only dream of doing. he has just passed his driving test and daddy has bought him a brand new Audi A3 tdi s line in white for nearly £30,000. the very least he could do is help daddy out by ensuring daddy gets a bonus from being in the final of the cup with the best chance of winning the trophy they will ever get.
spurs-stelios
24/01/2013 11:10:00
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Well said tomyid
spurspanther
24/01/2013 11:17:00
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Apparently the FA are to get involved, so we will see what happens.
Frank
24/01/2013 11:25:00
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The darkest part of my day was getting to the end of it with still NO new striker in sight for Spurs!!!! losses or no losses, new stiker is absolute key to securing top 4!!! GET IT DONE!
jhbspur
24/01/2013 11:31:00
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It is not Edin F...g Hazards job to referee the situation, it was the referees. It was Hazards job to play, not very well, on the night as it happens. Just the same as Eric Cantona at Crystal Palace years ago, he reacted to provocation and irrespective of, and whether you agree with the alleged provocation, he has committed assault and should be dealt with appropriately, either by the law, or by natural justice, i.e, a fecking good kicking to see how he likes it.
Frank
24/01/2013 11:32:00
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Nobody who has slagged off Hazard would take that position if it had been Spurs rather than Chelsea. Just because you're a Spurs fan, doesn't mean you have to have knee jerk reactions to anything one of our rivals does. I love Swansea and don't like Chelsea, but that ball boy was a total dick. I hope any Spurs players would have stuck the boot in too.
SamParadise
24/01/2013 11:44:00
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Give it a rest Frank.
TomYid
24/01/2013 11:44:00
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the little bast==d wouldnt have done that back in my playing days, ie ron harris, norman hunter. they would have kicked him out of the ground.
oldtimeyid
24/01/2013 11:53:00
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Frank – you totally contradict yourself mate, on one hand you’re saying two wrongs don’t make a right, then your saying hazard should get a kick-in himself!!! You’re calling what hazard did assault (extreme), but you would do the same to him!! Very strange argument!!! Also, please don’t compare this b0llocks to what Cantona did, it’s ridiculous!!
TomYid
24/01/2013 11:54:00
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Hazard is a penis, he should of stamped on that leek sucking sheep shagging little cretin .... timewasting etc ... poor Hazard should get a 10 game ban for not battering him. welsh teams should not be in english cup or leagues simple.
Aussie Yiddo
24/01/2013 11:59:00
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Frank, Hazzard kicked a ball. Why should he get a kicking for that?
spurspanther
24/01/2013 12:06:00
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Could be worse. Hazzard almost signed for Spurs and could have been kicking a ball boy wearing the badge of the cockerel. But he signed a contract with a club owned by a thug, so his behaviour is appropriate there. If a ball boy is wasting time, tell the referee that he needs to add more time after 90 minutes. It's his job. It's not a player's job to kick a ball boy, even if provoked. I'd surely hate to see a lad weating our kit on a pitch doing this sort of thing. I know what Danny Blanchflower would think about it.
Total knobhead
24/01/2013 12:07:00
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Garreth should have stayed clear of this one, if it's true he started Tweeting supporting Hazzard. Don't go there, Mr. Bale. Stay well clear.
Total knobhead
24/01/2013 12:09:00
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Gary Hooper apparantly on a flight down to to London...... Oh dear!!
TomYid
24/01/2013 12:34:00
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The way I wanted it to play out in my mind was that the ball-boy did his time-wasting bit, then Hazard kicked him in the ribs and then Ashley Williams run over and knocked Hazard out for being a coward and picking on a 17 year old. Why do these stories never finish with a happy ending? :-)
muttley
24/01/2013 12:39:00
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And why didn't the ball-boy turn out to be a 5th dan martial artist who then acted in self defence and showed Hazard some moves? :-)
muttley
24/01/2013 12:42:00
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Our boys have form too ;) lol

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=-gUgPkJ76x8

But this lad is right in the spirit of returning the ball quickly...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=kJIdlj7VtiQ

And although he's not a ball-boy, this mascot has to be my favourite ever lol

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=nT4Pwly_82o



Now lighten up FFS. Who actually cares anyway? Hazard is a dick, the kid is a dick, and to be honest I can't for the life of me understand why this is even being discussed?
coopsieyid
24/01/2013 13:02:00
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TOM - Where did you get that info mate? re Hooper on a flight to London...
coopsieyid
24/01/2013 13:03:00
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The poor kid could have been killed, i hope he's ok. Poor little angel.
HuddersfieldYiddo
24/01/2013 13:08:00
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http://www.westhamonline.net/forum_flat.php?6619076||1||

Diame on the Wham site site saying that he's staying there.

One more to tick off the list.....
coopsieyid
24/01/2013 13:10:00
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New bid for Hotlby turned down...

http://www.goal.com/en-gb/news/2892...d-for-holtby?source=breakingnews&ICID=HP_HL_1

"Spurs have increased their offer for Holtby, but only slightly. But it is still not acceptable. We have to wait," he told reporters.
coopsieyid
24/01/2013 13:12:00
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TOM - I shared your info with a few people who have contact with people who have contacts (if you get my drift?). They're looking into it & have told me that Hooper is also linked with QPR today..
coopsieyid
24/01/2013 13:20:00
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That puts all the llorente stuff to bed thank goodness...

http://www.juventus.com/juve/en/news/24_gen2013_llorente
coopsieyid
24/01/2013 13:25:00
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Ref Holtby, I would tell Shalke to swing for it and get SFA at the end of the season. This is one to be hard on. Ref Hooper and QPR remember QPR is now a market stall "managed" (HA HA ) by a market trader. If you stick a video of yourselves in your PJ's kicking a ball in the general direction you meant to Pikey would make an offer.
tophobunty
24/01/2013 13:26:00
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It's a Dark Day for journalism....
won't be sorry if we 'miss out' on Diame he really looked awful when I saw him against Citeh....yes he can run, yes he's big...perfect where he is. Hooper isn't the type of striker we need imo... see Llorente has gone to Juve as expected....still most agreed we only needed two quality signings at the start of the window so we still have time....unless of course Levy thinks Holtby and Fryers are the two!
shedboy2
24/01/2013 13:28:00
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Bit of info on Sissoko. You may hear talk of him being available for £2.5m but there are two lots of agents both demanding another £2m to do the deal.....
coopsieyid
24/01/2013 13:29:00
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I hate the chavs but they were done over this time - Graham Roberts would have kicked the little $&*% into row z. Good article Ox.
HuddersfieldYiddo
24/01/2013 13:31:00
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Oh Frunk, at least you are constantly alien...of all the people I have ever bumped into on this place or when visting my autie Gladys in her asylum you put them all to shame. Apart from that I dont agree with anything you've ever written. Have you got that Arsenal membership yet so you can go watch footie in that stadium you were spenking over the other day whilst mullering our great club. Keep taking the tabs.
tophobunty
24/01/2013 13:33:00
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Horst Heldt, manager of Schalke, said in an interview about Holtby: "We are in steady talks with Tottenham about an early move. But Lewis is a young german international with lots of qualities. You don't sell him for crash price/ underprice"
coopsieyid
24/01/2013 13:43:00
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It's not a dark day for football, most of us will forget this non-event by the end of today. The 17 year old "kid" was barely touched.
Guyver
24/01/2013 13:45:00
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Coopsie Hi have you got any more on potential forwards? Seems to have gone quiet after the silly period. Wonder if there's also been any moves for Kaka on loan for our AM need? This was mentioned last season from memory. Not sure if he is as good as Livermore though (tongue wedged).
tophobunty
24/01/2013 14:04:00
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Shedboy agree with what you are saying and like you believe no they are not the two.
tophobunty
24/01/2013 14:08:00
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Sissokho's agents can want what they want. He still goes for free once his contract is done. They get money from the new one but nothing from the old if it has run out. COYS
peterballb
24/01/2013 16:00:00
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League Table

# Team P W D L Pts. GD
1 Man City 6 6 0 0 18 13
2 Spurs 6 4 2 0 14 7
3 Everton 7 4 2 1 14 6
4 Arsenal 6 4 1 1 13 8
5 Liverpool 6 4 1 1 13 7
6 Man Utd 6 4 0 2 12 5
7 Crystal Palace 7 3 2 2 11 3
8 Chelsea 6 3 1 2 10 1
9 Southampton 6 2 2 2 8 1
10 WBA 6 2 2 2 8 1
11 Watford 6 2 1 3 7 -1
12 Leicester City 6 2 1 3 7 -3
13 Burnley 6 2 1 3 7 -3
14 Hull City 6 2 1 3 7 -5
15 AFC Bournemouth 6 2 1 3 7 -5
16 Middlesbrough 6 1 2 3 5 -3
17 Swansea 6 1 1 4 4 -5
18 West Ham 6 1 0 5 3 -9
19 Stoke 6 0 2 4 2 -11
20 Sunderland 6 0 1 5 1 -7
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Oct 2 2016 2:15PM : Manchester City (H)
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Oct 15 2016 3:00PM : West Bromwich Albion (a)
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Oct 22 2016 12:30PM : AFC Bournemouth (a)
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Oct 25 2016 7:45PM : Liverpool (a)
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Oct 29 2016 3:00PM : Leicester City (H)
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Nov 6 2016 12:00PM : Arsenal (a)
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