The_Pauser wrote:With my very 1st post
yammi wrote:The_Pauser wrote:With my very 1st post
I gotta ask ... are you THE pauser ... the one we've been hearing on Vancouver local radio for the past decade or so getting brushed off by Dan Russell and others?
Lets see ? The Naslund captiancy issue( stirred up by the media swine) has been quickly and effectivly put to rest by both the coach and captain so the next day that anorexic twig has to come up with somthing else "contraversial" . F--k ! Just another repeat of last year with these a-holes. Why dosn';t someone put that creep out of our misery!
The_Pauser wrote:BigBert wrote:pauser=loser.
Oh...like your Big Bert is any better. Atleast I didn't jump someone from behind and fradulently hide my assets during pending civil litigation!
Island Nucklehead wrote:The_Pauser wrote:BigBert wrote:pauser=loser.
And for the record...people here have a soft spot for Bert, you won't make many friends slagging him here.
ververgaert wrote:Well said Island! The media's inability to get over their hurt pride because Bert wasn't nice to them and they wouldn't let it go was a major cause of trouble.
Not to mention having all that talent and using a proven shitty goalie even after he showed an inability to come up big ever.
The people that only blame Bert have had way to much of the skirt wearing ball-less Vancouver sports media kool-aid and are unable to think for themselves. Shame really.
ververgaert wrote:He was or the bull hoey that followed him around. I thought he was our best player down the stretch. He also played with two injured teamates for most of the season.
I have to agree fully that having Crawford was a huge handi-cap! He just plain lost the team. I would think Crawfords lack of leadership and not Naslunds was more of a problem.
yammi wrote:I gotta ask ... are you THE pauser ... the one we've been hearing on Vancouver local radio for the past decade or so getting brushed off by Dan Russell and others?
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