How Wonderfully insane this appointment is. can't really see any good coming from it.
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Oh and David Miliband has resigned as their Vice Chairman due to Di Canio's previous support to fascism.
Well, if they were going to sack O'Neil it should have been for someone who could really come in and shake things up, I guess Di Canio is fairly capable of that. Maybe he can fire up the team and pull them through.
Will be interesting, and probably amusing, to see.
Hendo WAG. Can't remember my views being changed so much on a player within a year.
Gerrard was incredible too.
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Gerrard had a good game today, but he seems to have a curious power over Liverpool fans - which I suppose he's earned over the balance of his career - in that he never seems to just "play well" but rather is always "incredible" or "unbelievable" any time he's above average.
Haha, true that.
Suarez was the key man for them today, IMO. Lots of what he tried turned out ****e but something always seems likely to happen when he has the ball. Can't believe Villa would have conceded that pen had any other player been in that exact position.
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Di Canio 4 the Mackems is properly mental. As a club from one of the most resolutely working class (formerly) industrial areas of the country, I imagine there's quite a few of their fans absolutely overjoyed to have a mercurial fascist in charge.
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