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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby amberforever » 24 Mar 2011, 23:54

That's where Byrne standing on Vilhete's shoulders comes in...who in turn is on Parkes' shoulders!
Yes folks....it's time for Britains got talent again!
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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby Moonchild_Bee » 26 Mar 2011, 10:52

I also find Jude stirling's signing quite funny.

Jamie et all, have you actually seen him play?

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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby bucks bee » 26 Mar 2011, 12:46

My only memory of Jude Stirling was his extraordinarily violent tackle on one of our players (can't remember who) during a horrible January 2007 match in the MK hockey stadium when we had Dean Sinclair and Ian Hendon sent off. But now I'm supposed to cheer him this evening because he's a 'Barnet player' ...
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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby GRH » 26 Mar 2011, 12:48

bucks bee wrote:My only memory of Jude Stirling was his extraordinarily violent tackle on one of our players (can't remember who) during a horrible January 2007 match in the MK hockey stadium when we had Dean Sinclair and Ian Hendon sent off. But now I'm supposed to cheer him this evening because he's a 'Barnet player' ...


That would be Richie Graham on the far side of the pitch from where we were all sitting. Should have been a straight red but the ref, Andre Marriner, decided it was only a yellow.
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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby JayB » 26 Mar 2011, 13:33

bucks bee wrote:My only memory of Jude Stirling was his extraordinarily violent tackle on one of our players (can't remember who) during a horrible January 2007 match in the MK hockey stadium when we had Dean Sinclair and Ian Hendon sent off. But now I'm supposed to cheer him this evening because he's a 'Barnet player' ...


Yeah! That's why i remember that name now, overly wobbly stand as well.
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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby becbee » 26 Mar 2011, 14:14

Remember that match well - the concrete cows on a patch of grass near our stand were the strangest sight I've ever seen inside a ground. And the strange wobbly stand.

That was the match when Dean Lewington went down as if he'd been shot and Hendo saw red, even though the "incident" had happened right in front of us and we knew Hendo hadn't elbowed him in the face . Not Andre Marriner's finest match although seeing as he's now a Prem ref he clearly learned from the experience.

The MK Dons manager that day - Martin Allen.
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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby johnp » 26 Mar 2011, 20:47

I thought Stirling was crap, bad first touch and the only thing going for him is his long throw.
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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby Golf Delta » 26 Mar 2011, 20:50

So, apart from a long throw, it's clear, this guy is even less comfortable with a ball at his feet than Calamity Kamdjo.
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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby hobbitbee » 26 Mar 2011, 21:16

How can you say that Stirling was crap today? His wonderful ball skils were second only to those of Tommy 'Ronaldo' Fraser, the greatest player to grace Underhill since Fraser Toms. Why he was substituted at half time for the pint sized Deering only Martin Allen will know. What a poor substitution.
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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby Golf Delta » 26 Mar 2011, 21:18

hobbitbee wrote:How can you say that Stirling was crap today? His wonderful ball skils were second only to those of Tommy 'Ronaldo' Fraser, the greatest player to grace Underhill since Fraser Toms. Why he was substituted at half time for the pint sized Deering only Martin Allen will know. What a poor substitution.


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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby Doyley » 26 Mar 2011, 21:47

Stirling aka Carlton Palmer, what an awful player !
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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby DCIS23 » 26 Mar 2011, 22:08

You lot are nuts. So what if his touch isn't top drawer. He won numerous headers, carried a physical presence and made us look dangerous whenever we were 40 yards from goal.League 2 is all about being effective, doesn't have to be pretty. I agree Fraser was desperately poor though...
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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby JayB » 26 Mar 2011, 22:37

He should stay in the team for the length on his throws but on tonight he was very poor, maybe he's not match fit.
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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby hobbitbee » 26 Mar 2011, 22:43

His throws are dangerous I do agree and it's true he did give the midfield some physical presence I suppose. I wasn't suggesting that he should be dropped. As long as Fraser is. PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Jude Stirling on loan

Postby Frods » 26 Mar 2011, 22:52

He was better than I was expecting. My expectations were stunningly low though.
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