Five things I’ve learned since the launch of my site

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My site’s been live for just over a week now and it’s certainly been an exciting process, I was a little anxious at first, but there’s been an overwhelming degree of feedback and the comments have been great.

The operational process of a site had never crossed my mind, I’ve only ever got involved with Twitter, so moving onto a site was a massive step. So during that step what have been the five main factors I’ve learned.

Trolls

This isn’t a cry-out to all you trolls to return, far from it. The site has encouraged a refreshing spree of comments, and although I welcome healthy debate, the standard four-letter expletive I was so tired of receiving has slowly died off. I say it’s died off, they’re still collecting on Twitter. From what I understand, Twitter encourages those interested in throwing around insults, because it’s easy. Maybe this is a reflection of their intelligence levels – restricting the trolls from engaging in further constructive conversations? Or anything over four-letters.

Newspapers

Before I dive into this, it’s worth mentioning that not all papers follow the same derogatory standards like many of the red tops; The Mirror cunningly ran with ‘Fool-osopher: 10 things we have learned from Joey Barton’s new site’. Firstly, thanks for taking time out of your busy schedule to comb through my site. Secondly, it just so happens the Mirror was one of the top sites for referring traffic to mine, so thanks for the free publicity! ;-)

The papers will forever print what they deem interesting, it’s no secret most of the content is far from interesting (don’t get me wrong, I’m the exception to this rule here!), but they’ve really sank to new depths here, their comments are just laughable “Videos on the site awkwardly jink between colour and a jaunty black-and-white angle. How artistic” are we really being that pathetic? So what have I learned? I now have less respect for these supposed newsworthy providers than before. Simple.

The importance of a platform

Whether it’s Facebook, Google+, a website or a blog, these are all platforms and they’re all personal reflections of yourself. For me Twitter had its limitations, there was so much I wanted to say and the introduction of my site is helping me achieve this. My site enables me to get my views across and trigger a debate around subjects which makes it easy for people to join in. Linking popular platforms like Twitter & Facebook I have found just makes the site more accessible.

People and feedback

Twitter’s main strength is its ability to inform with only 140 characters, this obviously has limitations, but it’s helped me understand how vital commenting further than those word can be. It’s simple to throw a few words into a tweet, that’s why I’m surprised by the responses and arguments within the site – the considered responses received, even those I don’t agree with, have really opened my eyes to how involved some users are, it’s great to see. The debate has been healthy, much healthier than expected.

The importance of two way conversation

I’d never really thought about this until this week, but we really do take communication for granted, don’t we? Without getting all finger-pointing, we live in a world which relies on technology a great deal and we’ve got lost in traditional conversation – preferring to tweet, comment and share. Yet I feel as though I’ve already developed techniques, enabling me to engage in proper two way conversation. I’m now able to respond and further comment on everyone’s views – great stuff!

I’ve got much to learn still about having a site and no doubt if I were to rewrite this blog next week, I’m sure I’d of developed 5 new findings. It’s an ongoing process and I’m keen to continue this learning trend.

What have YOU learned from the launch of my site?

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RobHamilton
RobHamilton

Great site and so nice to see a pro player interacting with his fans ( or not as the case may be!! LOL) great Joey keep it going

Chhadase
Chhadase

Personally I think this is a great site, I don't follow many on twitter for the simple fact that when I have been on twitter for about 5 minutes, then I have seen and read more than enough, so I never really debate anything there. I must have one of the most boring twitter profile pages possible. I hope for some good debates here  and read some good arguments.

In_The_Mix
In_The_Mix

That's a very interesting question Joey, re: What Have (I) Learned From The Launch Of (Your) Site? Firstly, as a Sports Psychologist, Sociologist, Coach and former International Athlete, the first (area) behavioural trait you exhibit, is, you are 'trying to be just that Little Bit Better than you were yesterday.' Today is the Start of the 'Rest of YOUR Life.' Not Theirs ... whoever 'they' are anyway (in your particular case, usually the negative garbage press!) ... but, again, it's Your Life NOW. When we Change the Way we Look AT Things, the Things we Look At, Then, Start to CHANGE. Whichever club you end up playing for, or at, this season, you are making, metaphorically speaking, "A Shift." You are shifting towards becoming much more interested in 'mainly' the More Positive Aspects of Life in general, not just as a professional footballer, but, as an individual and an individual in a society, with certain responsibilities, whether you like it or not, as a public figure (and 'role model' to children, who usually envision public figures/sports people as almost perfect) as well. Whether you have Joey, or not ... I suspect from reading your insights, there are still some issues, maybe rooted very deep down in your sub-conscious, you find 'hard' to completely let go of Joey ... however, if you are serious about 'starting The Best Journey ONLY YOU Can be Responsible For' (after having even worked with many addicts for years: whether it be booze, drugs, adrenaline, even the excitement of that dopamine 'rush' of performing in front of many thousands ... most of us, in the top competitive sport 'arena' have some form of Addictive Behavioural Trait or slight O.C.D. (I did for sure!!), even superstitions, to make it easier to "Get in The Zone"). Working with addiction issues has taught me a tremendous amount about Sport, believe it or not. I am sure that you have been told this already, but, just in case, you, as a classic Choleric/Sanguine personality temperament 'type' (especially with the public perceptions of you and put onto you), from the site, with becoming just that little bit better than yesterday, you are becoming more (as you already were ... anyway ... in private, I suspect), much more, in fact, Melancholic these days (as the site most definitely implies). As your introspective times continue to enhance you, perhaps developing more Phlegmatic temperament traits might lead to even more internal harmony and balance. This will most definitely help your career in various ways. Although external factors could make 'having complete control of your Own Destiny' slightly more difficult to work with: Just Let Go Joey, Completely Just Let Go of All the Past. Not to shove religion at anyone, as we all have a different 'Higher Power' within us, however, The "Serenity" Prayer would be a great start, a great Mantra/Motto, for you to keep making this Positive Forward 'Shift' towards continuing to learn a New and Better, more Positive, You. Also, Twenty minutes a day, of complete and utter silent meditation, where 'Not One thought' enters your mind, would also benefit you enormously. During this 'silent meditation' of complete total "non-internal or non-external disturbances," If you ONLY concentrated on internally slowly counting from 1 to 10, I would bet at This stage, on your own, you would be incapable of just concentrating on only internally counting the numbers, before a thought entered your head within 1 to 10. If you are completely honest with yourself, as well, you won't even pass 5 or 6 before 'something' distracts you away from just concentrating on ONLY the Numbers (even a plane going over in the distance should be of no consequence, be of any importance and should not disturb you) again, Only the Numbers of 1 to 100 (100 being your medium-term goal. At this early stage ... '10' for right now though). This will teach you complete 'Focus' and ultimate concentration of a Higher State of Consciousness. From reading your site and thoughts, you exude the 'Psychological Uplifting Journey' you are becoming more aware of. As for professional football physicality needs to be a World-Class "complete" player, as you now see the relevance of more communication, your career, from what I see in you (from a coaching perspective and an individual with a 'Sports Science' University of London Degree, with Honours), you have a few tweaks I could advise you on, required to make you Even Better than you have ever dreamed of. If you are completely serious about "this learning trend," contact me and we will talk. If anything above makes sense, or is true (only YOU will 'Know' Joey), I think you will have a method of contacting me through this site. Looking forward to, perhaps, communicating soon. Until then, Continued Positive Energy and Success in your new learning curves. In_The_Mix, M.

dpke1983
dpke1983

Been reading through this site for a few days now and I have to say I'm quite enjoying it,altho I don't agree with every comment made it's a great chance for everyone to have their say,as for you mr Barton let's just say we've all made mistakes,great player and top bloke we need more players who are willing to speak their mind,and good luck where ever your playing this season

3Lions
3Lions

What have YOU learned from the launch of my site?

 

1. That JoeyB has a brain.

2. That JoeyB has a conscience.

3. That JoeyB is not just a hooligan.

 

All nice to know, but most of all:

 

4. That Joey's site is probably one of the most open I've seen in years!

 

I think that you've really hit something here Joe! Keep it up!

pollitix
pollitix

There is one very simple point to be made about this site....it brings a top level, albeit slightly controversial at times, player directly into contact with the people who love football.  Apart from the Guardians Secret Footballer there are bugger all players who comment or react to fans. For that reason, it is oustanding alone.

 

140 characters are hardly ever enough to say what you mean apart from bollox, so I think it's great whatever the motivation.  I also wouldn't worry about spelling & grammar, most hacks totally rely upon sub-editors to rescue them.

 

Listen to critics, they sometimes might have a point, but never worry about them...just keep on blogging and encourage others to do so....

 

Cheers

Lilacyoda
Lilacyoda

Really nice site. I enjoyed your rants on twitter & was refreshed at the strength of wit & intelligence u had. Tho I never agreed with everything u said I came 2 respect u as a person an a man. Goodluck sanjay. Aka lilacyoda.

Jagsman
Jagsman

Not trolls.......gonks!

GlasgowsGreenandWhite
GlasgowsGreenandWhite

I really enjoy reading through the site and watching the videos. While I don't always agree, it always gets me thinking and eager to get involved. Great work Joey!

mattybwoi
mattybwoi

It's very easy to take something and slander it in public. Unfortunately, the idiots who shout the loudest get heard(why red-tops outsell the broadsheets is a perfect example). I respect that you want to create discourse with the public and it's a shame that most people don't understand it. People are unable to handle the concept of a footballer as outspoken as you.

 

It's good that we have these clowns, however, because it allows the rest of us to rise above them. You have shown strength of character to keep doing what you're doing and not bottle the internet scene. Keep it up and I'm looking forward to the future discourse.

jbed
jbed

It's an interesting move you've made by opening a 'dialogue option', so to speak. I can see you'll receive a real dichotomy of comments (as on your Twitter feed). I don't know how much you personally are going to get out running this, but I hope you can take the positive and disregard the negative. Lets face it, most of the attacks on you are so bilious that I doubt the guys starting it are open to frank dialogue. Like they say, haters gonna hate! 

 

Keep doing what you do, JB!

moggymoo85
moggymoo85

Joey i have seen a very similar pattern forming on your 'Twitter' account where by people only ever leave VERY negative comments. And for some people 140 characters is more than enough in retrospect of what is being left/posted ie the constant same old same old 'dissing you' is the childish way of swear words. Its how you raise above it witch makes me think of the once a bully always a bully. (not on your behalf but theres) do these people see what your doing here? opening up and being the joey barton that we ALL know you truely are. Do they know of the various charities you support or your blog in the big issue. probably not, there lose i guess. on a different note its very heart warming to know that it acctually looks like your bothering about sorting not only yourself out but your football too. all thats left to say is keep up the good work and keep smiling Joey :-)

JoeTemper
JoeTemper

I've never read such a personal attack on someone from a media source! You must really get under their skin mate. It seems some people that have already made up their mind about you can't handle that people can enjoy talking about literature and also talking about a good barfight. Most of them can't even relate to either of those.

 

One thing you need to remember is you're only as good as your last performance and Man City is what it was. Keep working on it and make sure it sticks into that first game back wearing the hoops shirt. Good luck.

KenSwaby
KenSwaby

I think what you are doing by making yourself as accesible is admiral. I know as well as you do i guess youve become this marmite figure in the UK, i for one find your outlook refreshing. Its good to see a footballer not being the faceless media savvy norm that we see somoften. As someone who also wore his heart on my sleeve during sport (at a lower level) i know how close to the line some walk when something means so much. Good luck next season, i for one hope to see you come back stronger to prove the haters wrong, just please dont play well or score against Liverpool!!

seanaldo70
seanaldo70

everytime i see you pull on a shirt and play football i can't help thinking of the yesteryear players. that certainly isn't a derogatory comment joey, far from it. a good midfielder requires a "bag of tricks" as well as a strong challenge and a wear your heart on your sleeve attitude. the bad times you have had, and i must say brought about by yourself, seem to me like your trying to prove a point? believe me, you have no point to prove to anybody in the game sir. if, like you say you are open to advice, criticism and the like, i would say one thing. when you go out onto the pitch, play with that confidence we all know you have. the world owes you nothing abd you sure owe the same world nothing in return. start enjoying your football again, ignore the bad mistakes people and refs make, play to YOUR own abilities joey. you are a great player so play!! from a newcastle fan. p.s, thanks for everything you did at the toon.

HeadlessCarrot
HeadlessCarrot

Fair enough joey, you have done some things, quite a lot of things, in your career that you are probably not very proud of. We all get a bit carried away sometimes when things aren't going our way when we feel they should be and react about them. However I don't always think that is 'always' bad sportsmanship, I think 95% of it is passion about what you do! I don't think it makes you a bad player because in my eyes, you are one of the best players out there, you only struggle because of your reputation, that is all in my opinion. As a Blackburn supporter, when I heard the news that there was a possibilityof you coming to us on loan, I was over the moon! Because like I said, the amount passion in you is unbelievable and I think that is what we need to get us back into the prem and I know for a fact you would be key in this.. Well not getting sent off haha but I think you understand where I'm coming from, hope you read this, it would mean a lot! Despite everything, your my favourite player, I love watching you play football and I'd absolutly love watching you at Blackburn!

eddiehawx
eddiehawx

You need to start a band joey, il be on drums, lets do this! 

HQPR
HQPR

I do tend to feel a bit sorry for you Joey, even though you don't help yourself at all when it comes to your actions on and off the pitch. But I feel other players get away with all sorts i.e Tevez against yourself at City and also Rooneys elbow against Wigan in which he recieved no punishment whatsoever. Do you think you're more harshly treated than other players due to your previous history? On a positive note I do hope to see you in aQPR shirt again to be able to prove your doubters wrong and put in the performances we know your capable of.

MikeMasson
MikeMasson

Oh yeah, would just like to reiterate something someone else said:

 

GIVE PIERS MORGAN HELL! haha!

therealadski
therealadski

I have always admired you as a player, for me you are a proper midfielder, you can tackle, pass, shoot and you wear your heart on your sleeve. You have done some daft things in your career which you admit were wrong and I don't like to dwell on the past so I won't bring them up in any further detail. As a Newcastle fan I guess this is more of a thank you comment for your time up here and I know you will always be appreciated "in the toon". I just hope you iron out your minor issues at QPR and kick on from where you left off at Newcastle which is the player I described in my opening statement. Prove all of the doubters wrong (again!) and come back with a vengeance for the upcoming season. Wouldnt it be great to see the Mirror having to write positive comments about you? Anyway, thank you for creating this site, it's great to see an honest view from a footballer and a person who's voice is actually recognised in society. Its also great to be able to interact with a footballer who actually appreciates the views of not only his fans, but also the Internet trolls. Good luck for the new season.

MikeMasson
MikeMasson

As a South African living miles away, I can safely say I am happy that I don't live within the cut throat circle of the British media. Sure I follow many England based footballers, fans and bloggers on Twitter, listen to the pre-game pundits and whatnot, but I feel there is an unfair brutality to the way England treats its sportsmen when the chips are down. A fickleness to the fandom. The media takes on-field incidents, blows them way out of proportion and often, because of this, footballers and fans alike cannot move on from what happens in the past . 

 

Joey Barton, you seem to always be on the defense. In my opinion, you shouldn't have to explain yourself as much as you do... Its good that you've tried to create this forum of discussion, but to move on as a footballer, consolidating what is done on field with the fans must be distracting and must surely put pressure on you to perform.

 

Cudo's for trying to speak out a bit more than other footballers and good luck for the future. I hope you can shake the negative stigmas from your game and go about everything in a bit more professional a manner. 

samjenno
samjenno

There is a lot of people on here sucking up to you and I don't think that benefits anything other than your ego. You are no doubt a good player but you are even more frustrating. I am a city fan and backed you at city endlessly, you were my favourite player. One day at about the age of 16 (under Stuart Pearce), very fortunately I was invited to Carrington to watch the team train with my brother and dad. All the other players either focused on training or came over to say hi, such as Shaun Wright-Phillips who was incredibly friendly. You however, being the only player walking around with your top off acting all machismo said "who the fuck are these pricks?" as you passed us, hoping to get some sort of reaction form your peers who all just looked at you in disbelief. That day you let me down and since then I have been unable to look past the things you do. However I completely disagree with the trolling you and many other footballers/celebs get. If people are that bothered by you why follow you etc.On a lighter note, imagine how different things may have been if you had stayed at City. I honestly think you would be a slightly different person and at a different stage in your career. This was not meant to cause any offenceSam 

PreviousParanips
PreviousParanips

There are few working class role models who have much interesting to say.. I think it's interesting to have an insight into the mind of a controversial figure. Unlike some (esp these tabloids) I do not see intelligence and passion as mutually exclusive. Regardless of the times you've lost your head it's great to have a role model for the fans who espouses open mindednes and a bit of thinking. Also I like it when you bait Piers Morgan..

CameronJames_
CameronJames_

Hi Joey, I'm liking the website, and the way you communicate on here and on twitter. I thought I understood the bad press about you, and through this blog, turns out I was wrong about a couple of things. Moreover, I apologise about these misconceptions. Secondly, I wish for the coming season, for the media to watch the football, and mostly, for you to focus on the football, and not let the temper get in the way... (easier said than done I know) Because we all know you have the ability, it's just the commitment and attitude that we want to see.

 

Cheers Joey, here's to a good season!

Vblock
Vblock

As a QPR fan Joey i have taken some stick over the last few months in my backing of you. I love your competitiveness on the pitch and that includes some of the aggression and combative battling that i have seen you do in midfield (especially towards the end of the season) . My son has your name on the back of his shirt and although we will be unable to make many matches this coming season we look forward to seeing your full commitment when you come back. Take a breather, get your shit together and come back stronger for the hoops this season., dont make a liar out of me :-)

Also think this site is a great idea and i hope to see other footballers follow the idea. 

 

CarlFrancisCullenNUFC
CarlFrancisCullenNUFC

Hi Joey. Im not sure whether this site is genuinely your idea and project or whether it was set up by a PR team to improve your image but I appreciate you frequently commenting. Its one thing to set a site up but to actually interact and comment with the public shows you actually show interest to people's opinions. As an NUFC fan, I obviously have mixed emotions towards you but the overriding memories will be of your commitment and passion shown on the field. The 4-4 Arsenal game being a fine example. Id like to thank you for helping us get back to where we are and look forward to seeing you back at SJP one day.

TrickyTredder
TrickyTredder

Joey, QPR fans have been put through the mill over the last few years, and its been a difficult time, we couldn't even celebrate promotion until half hour before the Leeds game, we now seem to have some stability, and TF and AB, especially AB, have the clubs interest at heart.

That said, do you think owner/fan player/fan interaction on platforms such as Twitter, are the right way forward, especially when events such as yours at the Ethihad come to the fore?

Out in the open and publicly held responsible, or behind closed doors, in essence, twitter or no twitter for players and owners of football clubs.

For me, i think it's refreshing for the owner/fan interaction, and to a degree, player/fan, but it does allow people to be over aggressive and over zealous with their opinions, and possibly affect the mentality of all concerned?

Thoughts?

AndrewHunter
AndrewHunter

I've really enjoy your blogs on the site Joey, reading what actually happened with Dabo and other events - getting your side of the story, the truth basically! Im sure it's nice for you to see the comments, debates and opinions on here than the abuse you get on twitter. Keep up the good work Joey

ali_e3
ali_e3

I have learned you desperately miss Newcastle United and want to return and form a formidable partnership with Tiote and Cabaye ;)

Scottyinthailand
Scottyinthailand

Great website Joey. It's user friendly, gives you a platform to give your side of the story and you seem genuinely interested in the views of the fans. Refreshingly your comments are "warts and all" and you don't duck your (some would say many) failings. Two pieces of advice if I may. You are destined to have a big and bright future post football (media related), but really stay focussed on playing as old father time slows us all down. I am a City fan, so I know how good you can be - squeeze a few more years out, show the doubters how god a footballers Joey Barton is. You are somebody who enjoys philosophy...which writer won the Nobel prize for literature and played top flight soccer? Albert Camus...he also edited the French wartime resistance magazine le combat. The philosophy he promotes is existentialism - how to view yourself in a detached way and as others see you. Very useful and if understood could genuinely help you when the red mist begins to descend. Try reading Les Estranger - The Outsider for starters. Good Luck Scotty

Jack96Gilbo
Jack96Gilbo

The main thing for me is being able to hear your side of the story. We rarely hear positive things of you in the press. So i enjoy to hear your side such as the Cigar incident. I guarantee not one of the newspapers would have told about how Tandy set your shirt on fire. I'm also really enjoying hearing a footballer talk about things away from the game. I know you did on Twitter but didn't really go into too much detail. I guarantee any other footballer will have views on the subjects you talk about but don't talk about it publically! Well done on the website Joey!

KOKEFIEND
KOKEFIEND

whats good joe, respect you for what uve done in terms of jft96, you're just abit daft. good lad though. i know and am mates with lads like u. as for the mirror, hate papers targeted at the working class but then love to mock them as they do with u. if u werent a lad from a liverpool estate, wouldnt chat as half much shit they do. inabit lad

GeordieBob75
GeordieBob75

 @joey7barton you are probably one of the few footballers I know about that doesn´t confine himself to Xbox playing FiFA 12. There´s an interesting side to the things you write and I relly like reading it. The greatest thing is that you dare put yourself out there, on the line for the trolls to toss at you, Keep it  up

damo27
damo27

All you need now joey is add a page three and i be hooked for life ..all kidding aside i honestly could not imagine me visiting any other blog done by a footballer ..good subjects great that people can join in and interact you take the time out to reply you talk about things that even seasoned commentators would not dare touch .good work lad 

FreestyleKaf
FreestyleKaf

There are two side of you. The side that I hate and the side that I love. In life I try to only think of the good things in the world and forget the bad. This is why despite everything that has happened I still respect you, and probably  always will.

Cairnsy1980
Cairnsy1980

That few people stand up & say what they truly think. It's an excellent site from an ICT point of view, (teachers hat on here) & also some valid points. It's a shame more people were as honest & open as Joey! Keep it up! #che

baptistjon
baptistjon

I think we're all learning that dialogue is better than monologue. It's refreshing to find someone so well known who's willing to speak out on such a range of subjects, respond to comments, be challenged and carry on talking.

davesmith86
davesmith86

I've learnt as a QPR fan I'm embarrassed to see our name and badge associated with you now.

 

Why should we give you another chance after all the things you've done in your career, it seems as though you will never change. I watched the Man City game with some people oversees and I was proud to be a QPR fan whilst we were fighting off the leaders and avoiding relegation, it was such a great day for the club. Then when you did what you did I just felt utter embarrassment.

 

How is Tony Fernandes supposed to build up an oversees fan base when we have players doing things like what you did in the Man City game, who wants to support a team with players like that in it?

 

Why should QPR fans give you a second chance?

GaryBarlow
GaryBarlow

Its a good site Joe. Looking forward to the start of the season for some of the posts you'll be putting up then. Hope the daily mail doesn't put you off in the meantime.

 

 

 

sipod
sipod

You are clearly an intelligent bloke who genuinely wants to stimulate interesting debate. You are a great footballer (I watched you for Newcastle) who is passionate about the game. I believe you would have been labelled one of the 'greats' if you (to borrow from Dexter) could keep your 'dark passenger' in check. Use your time at Fleetwood well and rediscover your passion for the game. You seem well rounded so stop getting yourself sent off and enjoy the remaining years of playing!

 

Si x

Joey B
Joey B

 @GeordieBob75 there is more to a lot of footballers/sportsmen than meets the eye mate. I'm far from the only one.

Joey B
Joey B

 @damo27 haha dont hold your breath for page three mate

Joey B
Joey B

 @FreestyleKaf thanks. Hate is such a harsh word. Dosent have to be as cut and dried as Love and Hate. Can be lots of other things. Thanks for the comment

Joey B
Joey B

 @Cairnsy1980 I thinks its important for modern day sportsmen and women, to have a voice. Its important that they dont allow the big sports brands/corporations to pay them for that voice. Otherwise, its them that converge with the next generation and not the athlete themselves. Kids aspire, athletes should inspire. Myself included, which is why I need to control my temper on the pitch at times. (Quite happy with my use of "converge" there, had to google its meaning to be sure but I did think of it...haha)

Sadams78
Sadams78

@davesmith86. Personally don't think footballers should care about overseas fan bases and should just play the game. I know that revenue pays the wages but ultimately it's a byproduct otherwise it implies bad behaviour is acceptable for smaller clubs or a kick about. Still I'm a Chelsea fan so it's my duty to disagree with you

Joey B
Joey B

 @davesmith86 I am sorry that you feel that way. I have tried to do my best to move past that incident. The answer to your Q, I dont feel is best answered on a forum of a website. I think that type of Q, is best answered through performances and attitude. Similar, to the ones I think I have shown a number of QPR fans, during the season and more importantly at the end of the season when the club was threatened with the prospect of relegation. Only time will tell whether I managed to do that or not but I am not gonna sit here and say, I do this or that because its only words. Hopefully, in time Dave I can get the chance to prove my worth to the club through performances. Thanks for the post. JB

Cairnsy1980
Cairnsy1980

Thanks Joey for your reply Oscar P not sure how he spells his surname REAL HERO not the towie rubbish@Joey B

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