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Postby doggy » Wed Dec 13, 2017 8:01 am

Noticed DV a bit quiet about the advantages of the vegan diet re injuries! Last season he bragged about how such a diet improved the players chances of avoiding injuries but it’s not working this season! Let em have a steak Dale!! ;)
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Re: Vegan diet

Postby Phil_mitchell » Wed Dec 13, 2017 8:06 am

We all knew that was bullsh.. Just let Dale have his moment take no notice and wait for the next cringe worthy statement.
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Re: Vegan diet

Postby doggy » Wed Dec 13, 2017 8:17 am

Phil_mitchell wrote:We all knew that was bullsh.. Just let Dale have his moment take no notice and wait for the next cringe worthy statement.

You mean like the one “this league is easier to get out of than the conference”!, I know he probably meant 3 up but please think before you speak Mr V, or maybe he was referring to relegation!!
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Re: Vegan diet

Postby michael » Wed Dec 13, 2017 10:37 am

like most-disappointed with the results this season-but will continue to recognise what a great chairman FGR have -and very lucky to have him and his investment .
not for everyone, but in addition ,i like and respect that he is a bit different to most
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Re: Vegan diet

Postby doggy » Wed Dec 13, 2017 10:57 am

michael wrote:like most-disappointed with the results this season-but will continue to recognise what a great chairman FGR have -and very lucky to have him and his investment .
not for everyone, but in addition ,i like and respect that he is a bit different to most

Totally agree, just having a cheeky dig!! Sometimes he has let his heart rule his head with bold statements but we wouldnt be here without him.
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Re: Vegan diet

Postby king giraffe III » Wed Dec 13, 2017 5:44 pm

doggy wrote:
michael wrote:like most-disappointed with the results this season-but will continue to recognise what a great chairman FGR have -and very lucky to have him and his investment .
not for everyone, but in addition ,i like and respect that he is a bit different to most

Totally agree, just having a cheeky dig!! Sometimes he has let his heart rule his head with bold statements but we wouldnt be here without him.


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