Most tinpot thing I ever heard. (tinpot thread)

doveranddover

Well-Known Member
Messages
1,474
Likes
230
Location
dover
Supports
Dover Athletic
http://kentishfootball.co.uk/news/greenstan290919

STANSFELD joint-manager Jamie Phipps says the club will appeal Billy Hamlin's controversial sending off after a man in the crowd shouted out an obscenity and referee Simon Cutler punished the Stansfeld joint-manager because of it.

Hamlin was shown a red-card by the referee in the 39th minute when a man who was standing in front of the press seats and in front of the main stand shouted out “bald c***” towards the referee, who had his back towards the dug-out and was at least 20 yards away, before the referee stormed back to the dug-out to show Hamlin a red-card.

Assistant referee James Beadle kept quiet as Hamlin pleaded his innocence and the man who threw the insult insisted “it was me!” several times at the referee but he choose not to admit to making an embarrassing mistake, guessing that it was Hamlin who dished out the insult, having just lost a player to the sin-bin just a minute earlier, although it was a man who was positioned above the away dug-out.
 

Master D

Well-Known Member
Messages
5,122
Likes
2,286
Location
Wrexham
Supports
The Natural Order
Saw that and my first thought was that it is dodgy as fuck.

I always thought there was something not right about him and the way he was brought to our club was dodgy considering he was clearly nowhere near good enough for the Conference. Wasn't he going out with Gary Mills daughter or something?
 

Luke Imp

Well-Known Member
Staff member
Moderator
Messages
8,578
Likes
2,064
Location
Lincoln
Supports
Lincoln City
Despite only being there are few weeks, Rhead's done very, very well out of the short spell.

On top of his (very, very) big wages he had already picked up, his pay-off, despite being absolutely no-where near his full settlement, still bagged him a sum which is more than the average yearly wage in his hometown.
 

Fedora Dale

Well-Known Member
Messages
991
Likes
278
Supports
Rochdale
Idea of Rhead doing his coaching badges tickles a bit too, great at what he did but don't suppose he'll be your tikka-takka sort of manager if he does go on to that.
I dunno. Keith Hill (who tries to get his teams to play good football*) was a centre back. John Beck (hoofball manager per excellence) was a fairly skilful winger/midfielder as a player.

(*But doesn't always succeed!)
 

rudebwoyben

Site Supporter
Site Supporter
Messages
3,663
Likes
1,065
Location
London N7
Supports
Barnet
I dunno. Keith Hill (who tries to get his teams to play good football*) was a centre back. John Beck (hoofball manager per excellence) was a fairly skilful winger/midfielder as a player.

(*But doesn't always succeed!)
George Graham strolled around languidly as a player, constructed the unbreachable fortress of the Arsenal back four.
 

#Beebot

Active Member
Messages
956
Likes
186
Location
Berkshire
Supports
Barnet, Maidenhead
Alan Devonshire was a classy footballer and now lines up his teams with a centre back on the wing in a 442. And Jake Cassidy as a winger in a 433 is his idea of mixing things up!
 

Raymondo316

Well-Known Member
Messages
2,192
Likes
918
Location
Maidstone
Supports
Maidstone United
Despite only being there are few weeks, Rhead's done very, very well out of the short spell.

On top of his (very, very) big wages he had already picked up, his pay-off, despite being absolutely no-where near his full settlement, still bagged him a sum which is more than the average yearly wage in his hometown.
Fuck knows how true, but Ive heard some rumours that he was on 4-5 grand a week at Billericay.
 

Forum statistics

Threads
14,762
Messages
902,665
Members
5,002
Latest member
ATFC_Joe