I didnt care for BG's abrupt style but the thing that drove me away from regular posting was this type of Shoenice/Knibbsworth childish back and forth, primary school playground-type arguments where each craves to have the final word. Just agree to disagree without making us endure your tit-for-tat pettiness.Knibbsworth wrote:Shoenice wrote:
You don't care, but you care enough to have replied in the 1st place, and then to have replied with another four paragraphs? Or just a really weak argument perhaps.
I never denied that we won 3-2 or that Mayor was instrumental. And yes, they were kids. Whereas our young players are playing at 1st team level in League 1, the Huddersfield players, much like Tafari Moore and ASB (Arsenal & Man City), will likely end up in non-league and out of football. As mentioned, and not just by myself either, we were facing perhaps the weakest opposition we will face all season. Nothing to get carried away about.
Ah. So you have decided now the word 'kids' doesn't actually refer to age, as commonly understood in the Western world, but level of experience.
So Argyle have no 'kids', Huddersfield have lots of them. They even have a 28 year old 'kid' where as we have Jephcott who aged 20 is most definitely not a 'kid'?