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Was watching SSN before i came to uni this morning and saw that he fractured Ian Humes skull on saturday by elbowing him in the head, apparently it easily could have killed him.He is a f*ck*ng monster.Remember him punching RVP in the stomachHe kicked and stamped on Paul IfillAnd he had a scuff and swang a punch at a Notts Forest playerAlso got punched in the face by Lee mccullough a couple seasons ago.f*ck*ng scumbag.p.s. beg someone find the vid on youtune or suttin plz, can't get on there coz i'm at uni

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I liked him when he was in the Prem, he's old school.But he was a prick with the elbows.Juan Pablo done him over though at Bramall Lane, elbowed him right on the chin on the goal line, didn't even get a yellow card and no disciplinary action was taken IIRC.

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noting wrong with that at all, this happens week in week out, the blokes a winger and should never be in that position with such a weak skull, hes on the wing for a reason, some lightwieght chicken

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Dirty cheating c*nt, altho man like anelka will probably call him a proper English centre half.
beat me to it

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f*ck*ng HATE these types of players with a passion. It's football not K1.SlashHe's not old school, he's just sh*t, so he tries to make up for his shortcomings as a baller by trying to be The Spider Silva.Belongs in Sunday League.

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Morgan is brilliant tbhLast of a dying breed, right dirty c*nt lolWhen he sparked RVP in the ribs that time lol, and to be fair RVP went missing after that

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he's a c*nt. loved it wen mcculloch banged himi remember eddy scoring last season vs shef utd n this d*ckhead comes accross n barges him down after he'd scored. them bait deliberate 1s

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noting wrong with that at all, this happens week in week out, the blokes a winger and should never be in that position with such a weak skull, hes on the wing for a reason, some lightwieght chicken
LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL

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Morgan is brilliant tbhLast of a dying breed, right dirty c*nt lolWhen he sparked RVP in the ribs that time lol, and to be fair RVP went missing after that
1/10For wind up.

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Ive always loved Morgan, aint no1 trying 2 wind any1 up fella
for what reason do you love him ?
commitmentI love them sorta players, the ones youd take to the trenchesI memba when McCulloch decked him at the JJB, he didnt complain after the game "We're all sportsmen. We're going to get knocks and black eyes. It is part and parcel of the game." - Great stuff from Morgs

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Ive always loved Morgan, aint no1 trying 2 wind any1 up fella
for what reason do you love him ?
commitmentI love them sorta players, the ones youd take to the trenchesI memba when McCulloch decked him at the JJB, he didnt complain after the game "We're all sportsmen. We're going to get knocks and black eyes. It is part and parcel of the game." - Great stuff from Morgs
He does not sleep at night because of the bitter saliva rolling around his mouth. He looks in the mirror and cries, his exasperated expression condems his defeat in life. He walks on to the pitch and mumbles "why haven't I got that talent" kicking, elbowing opponents. His persona is that of a hard man in a mans game when in reality he is boy who needs his daddy to tell him "you have talent, son". *wack* another elbow landed, another foe created. His image proceeding him in the game. A million malicious challenges will never fill the void his daddy left by never saying "you have talent, son."*WACK*The end.

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