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9 hours ago, waffer cup 07 said:

How poor have Portsmouth been. Fully deserved win by Chesterfield.

Chesterfield were impressive though. Paul Cook team with some good players including Will Grigg who bossed their defence. Seem a lot better than a fair few L2 teams.

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James McClean still his usual controlled self.

 

JAMES McCLEAN SET FOR BAN FOR HIS BEHAVIOUR

Wrexham’s James McClean was involved in an argument with Mansfield Town supporters after the Welsh team’s FA Cup win.

Wrexham AFC forward James McClean was involved in a heated altercation with Mansfield Town fans after the team’s FA Cup win. The altercation came moments after the 2-1 victory which saw Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney’s team progress to the next round of the prestigious competition.

The incident, which has since been viewed over 1.2million times on Twitter, shows the 34-year-old pointing at Mansfield fans as he made his way off the Field Mill pitch. Opposing fans appeared to take issue with his gestures, causing some supporters to rush towards the player, but remain behind the advertising boards.

Reacting in anger, McClean could be seen gesturing back to the spectators, before being blocked and held back by members of Wrexham’s backroom staff. The forward was then escorted down the tunnel. McClean was met with jeers from the home crowd throughout the game, which did little to quell the heated scenes.

Throughout the game, McClean endured jeers from the home crowd, exacerbating the tense atmosphere.

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5 hours ago, Dr. Feelgood said:

James McClean still his usual controlled self.

 

JAMES McCLEAN SET FOR BAN FOR HIS BEHAVIOUR

Wrexham’s James McClean was involved in an argument with Mansfield Town supporters after the Welsh team’s FA Cup win.

Wrexham AFC forward James McClean was involved in a heated altercation with Mansfield Town fans after the team’s FA Cup win. The altercation came moments after the 2-1 victory which saw Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney’s team progress to the next round of the prestigious competition.

The incident, which has since been viewed over 1.2million times on Twitter, shows the 34-year-old pointing at Mansfield fans as he made his way off the Field Mill pitch. Opposing fans appeared to take issue with his gestures, causing some supporters to rush towards the player, but remain behind the advertising boards.

Reacting in anger, McClean could be seen gesturing back to the spectators, before being blocked and held back by members of Wrexham’s backroom staff. The forward was then escorted down the tunnel. McClean was met with jeers from the home crowd throughout the game, which did little to quell the heated scenes.

Throughout the game, McClean endured jeers from the home crowd, exacerbating the tense atmosphere.

He’s a cunt; that goes without saying, but the fans will have a go all game and then bleat like fucking lambs when he laughs at their antics in a “but-fuck-off-you-losers!” kind of way.

It stops being ‘bantz’ if you aren’t willing to take a bit back.

I wasn’t there but a pound to a pinch of shit it’ll be about his unwillingness to wear a poppy.

I have a friend from the RoI who wears a poppy if she’s over here in late October or early November but she would never dream of wearing it back home in Cork. McClean being a public figure would suffer dog’s abuse back home if he decided to have a poppy ironed onto his shirt. 

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7 minutes ago, MickyD said:

He’s a cunt; that goes without saying, but the fans will have a go all game and then bleat like fucking lambs when he laughs at their antics in a “but-fuck-off-you-losers!” kind of way.

It stops being ‘bantz’ if you aren’t willing to take a bit back.

I wasn’t there but a pound to a pinch of shit it’ll be about his unwillingness to wear a poppy.

I have a friend from the RoI who wears a poppy if she’s over here in late October or early November but she would never dream of wearing it back home in Cork. McClean being a public figure would suffer dog’s abuse back home if he decided to have a poppy ironed onto his shirt. 

He's been to great lengths to explain it and I can understand his reasoning 

He gets the abuse at both the match and on twitter 

He reacts as he loves taking the piss on twitter 

Fans react back 

He reacts back 

And the cycle keeps repeating itself 

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4 minutes ago, DirtySanchez said:

They got £25m for a player with a fucked knee so they shouldn't be short of cash 

Sure I heard something about Pearson not being happy about what he had to spend. Could have mis heard obviously, but I wonder how much manning would get, and what state they will be in before he can spend anything. 

For his sake, I hope he makes a go of it, just seems a bit of a risk considering the relative positions.

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1 hour ago, Tonge moor green jacket said:

Sure I heard something about Pearson not being happy about what he had to spend. Could have mis heard obviously, but I wonder how much manning would get, and what state they will be in before he can spend anything. 

For his sake, I hope he makes a go of it, just seems a bit of a risk considering the relative positions.

Owner has talked about selling up 

Think he owns the rugby club as well and has had enough

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