Red Stone's latest activity

  • I think the sponsor would look better with the logo on top of the typeface, but that's my only gripe. Best kits we've had in years, and the first time in a long time that all three have looked genuinely good.
  • I'd 7-1 be an insecure little Roma fan.
  • Lee Grant for us, but that's mostly because I get surprised he even is a human being that exists when I see his name, let alone the fact that he plays for us and has done so for three seasons. I can't think of many players that have had more...
  • Red Stone replied to the thread Premier League Hall of Fame.
    I get that Giggs is a cnut, but that should disqualify Terry, Cashley and Gerrard too.
  • We don't need a creative outlet like De Bruyne because we have Bruno and Pogba. We don't desperately need a possession recycler like Kroos either, because we don't play that sort of game. Both would obviously improve us, but not by as much as a...
  • Dear cnut, Kindly feck off. Sincerely, Everyone
  • Red Stone replied to the thread British Super League?....
    Gotta wonder what sort of mentally handicapped chimps are working for the PR firm when they allow the media to name it 'Super League'. Like accepting the nickname Adolf for yourself. Also, unless both Celtic and Rangers are guaranteed a spot...
  • I see Michael Owen has activated the most angry and outraged of all his one emotional states.
  • Was it effort that paid those hundreds of millions you spent on your back line, you bald feck? But seriously, though... Well in for speaking up against the ESL.
  • Players' wages are decided by the market. Football is bringing in massive sums of money and so players get paid their share of that money. Is an individual player supposed to take a substantial pay cut compared to literally every other...
  • It could happen, but I'm not holding my breath. The problem is the clubs themselves have made themselves the governing body of the ESL. The presidents and owners of the clubs are the presidents and chairmen of the ESL. That makes it a...
  • I saw Florentino Perez at a grocery store in Madrid yesterday. I told him how cool it was to meet him in person, but I didn’t want to be a douche and bother him and ask him for photos or anything. He said, “Oh, like you’re doing now?” I was...
  • Teams and FAs were mostly flocking to the European Cup from the very beginning. The English FA were largely the odd ones out. The tournament was a huge hit with fans too. The two aren't even close to being similarly controversial.
  • The key differences being: A) There was no European competition at the time, so the European Cup was filling a void in European football and further expanding a game that was rapidly gaining popularity. The World Cup had already been a thing for...
  • This isn't the club I fell in love with, though. If United go through with this they finally become just another soulless company selling out everything they stood for to make a quick buck. Ever since the Glazers took over it's been going in this...