Discussion in 'The Team Bus' started by UpUpAndAway, Oct 2, 2016.
It was being shown on TV last night. No idea if they'd put it on their website too.
Hopefully this will double his potential sale value up from £1m to maybe £2m.
So basically he is saying he can switch on when he feels like playing and not, I have just heard the podcast on Sir Nigel Gibbs, he says the top talent is "hard work", which it looks like Success doesn't have!
Why is he posting multiple videos of him in the gym on a daily basis? Is he trying to demonstrate some form of commitment to his career? The only implication I can see is that he's drawing a distinction from previously when he couldn't be bothered. If you're a pro footballer taking a premiership wage then keeping yourself in shape is kind of the baseline requirement, not something to shout about as if its some sort of personal sacrifice
He does it purely for you to winge about.
If he’s sort d his attitude and putting the effort in it’s a good thing
I still love him deeply.
You been away ? You've been quiet. Its been great.
Shut up, mate.
And yep, been to spain. You?
All over Nth Greece, Madagascar in Oct. Anyway enough of this civil stuff.
Has this Baileys drinking, whore mongering young layabout not fxcked off yet ?
Or you could look at it from a positive perspective that the man is desperately trying to get back on track after a wasted season and is working hard to do so.
But I'm sure the majority will go with your view. The one where he can't ******* win.
Jesus, that’s some top moaning about something that really isn’t negative whatsoever.
I wonder if seeing the Super Eagles in the world cup has had an impact on him. He's only young, and all footballers want to play on the biggest stages.
I retain the naive hope that we might transform Isaac into a Diego Costa type centre forward. I should probably stay out of the sun.
If ever anyone had such an inappropriate name
If Issac has any sense he will have returned to pre-season already to get himself into shape. That possibility feels, at best ,remote
If he really has had a wake up call and got his attitude right, and is working as hard on his fitness and conditioning as much as he seems to be from his social media posts, then there's no doubting he can be an asset to us and has a lot of potential.
Literally a discussion about the fact that he has on this page of the thread.
Based on his latest Instagram I don't recall him ever looking so lean
Go to 1 min 14 on this clip.
Isaac is being forced to tow a crate of baileys and 2 prostitutes for the whole of pre season
BRLR, haven't heard from you recently.
Good you're back.
Assuming there's not a thread on him, as he was more the vellum parchment rather than digital era, a TM interlude.
I'm doing a piece at an industry seminar this week, on a panel with 3 others, including one Thomas Mooney.
WFC not mentioned on his cv but I'm happy to draw him out.
Any q's I should pose?
Success will never be good enough, no matter what the attitude. How he even gets near the squad is a mystery t me.
Does he have a favourite cheese and does he keep the fluff in his vacuum cleaner please.
Looked electric against Bournemouth and Man Utd cameos in his first season at home. A cut above everyone on the pitch. I could see him being our best player if he has retained pace, physicality and develops off field maturity and on field awareness. Long shot combination admittedly.
I’ll choose my moment.
Corrected for you
Just imagine if Reids were still on here.
He would be in such a state that he would have to be sent to an asylum for the insane in the Austrian mountains.
At least he could watch his beloved Hornets from the comfort of his bath chair.
As opposed to an asylum for who/what?
I just wanted to spell it out in case any of the Reddit people had migrated over here.