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Litecoin discussion / We just thought we were mmogo
« on: April 04, 2018, 08:51:25 AM »

We just thought we were invincible and would win everything. It's an unbelievable feeling when you are standing in the tunnel and looking across at your team-mates. Teams play two up front at Old Trafford now but back then it was just one. The fear factor has mmogo PUBG gone now. And at Leeds it was probably the most carefree time of my career. It was just a group of young fellas, all similar ages, all similar interests, who just wanted to have a good time.

But we were all good at football. It was an unbelievable time. We had a group of footballers who could have won the league if the structure was right. But no-one had the experience to win it or the leadership to say 'right, this is how we are going to do it'.

It was a rollercoaster ride. The big difference with Leeds compared to Manchester is it is a one-club city. You get looked after. When the team is doing well, it's an unbelievable place to be. With United, there is always a City or Liverpool fan somewhere.How have you found the transition from being a player to being a pundit?RIO: It would be easier if Manchester United were doing well! It's softened the blow of retiring. We've created a team environment in the studio. I've enjoyed it.

This is what I'd be doing with my mates anyway, sitting there talking about football. Why not do it for BT?ROBBIE: It's great. To be given the opportunity to talk football with the best players. I'm a fan, so even when we're not on air, we're still talking about football.

Introductions / Paul Devlin at Birmingham to rsgoldfast
« on: April 04, 2018, 08:50:47 AM »

I love it. BT Sport presenter Jake Humphrey (left) talks to Savage and former Rsgoldfast England goalkeeper David James from the dugout at Wrexham BT Sport pundits (left to right) David James, Neil Warnock, Humphries, Ferdinand and Steve McManaman at an FA Cup clash at WembleyWho were your funniest team-mates?RIO: John Moncur at West Ham was an absolute fruitcake. A cockney wideboy. He's changed full circle now, but he was funny. And Jason Wilcox at Leeds. He's a funny, funny geezer. He would take people off, he was quick-witted.

 A good guy.ROBBIE: Paul Devlin at Birmingham. He was brilliant, a proper Brummie. We were room-mates and on a Friday night before the game, we'd go up to the room after dinner. We had two single beds and we used to have a wrestling match before every away game.

He had a finishing move, I had a finishing move.RIO: No way...?ROBBIE: Honestly. We'd be sweating after wrestling for about an hour. Because he was stronger than me, I was allowed to have the first move. We'd have bruises on us. The manager (Steve Bruce) never found out.

Paul had the death move or something and he had to get me in a certain position. My finishing move was to get him between the two beds! I tell you who was also a funny guy - Tugay at Blackburn. A very funny guy, great guy. Just dry humour.Favourite away game to play at?

Litecoin mining / Anfield was the best place to CSGO Skins
« on: April 04, 2018, 08:50:14 AM »
Anfield was the best place to win as a Manchester United player. But the Allianz Arena was the Mmogo CSGO Skins best ground I played at. The perfect stadium. The changing rooms are a good size and the passion of the fans was great.ROBBIE: Villa Park because of the Birmingham games.

The best thing was the tunnel was right in front of the away fans so as you walk out all the Birmingham fans would be in an L-shape, so it would be amazing if you won which we did a lot. When you were walking off you'd go to all the away fans.Who's the best academy kid you've seen?RIO: Ravel Morrison. Sir Alex Ferguson said 'come and have a look at this kid'. Me and Wazza [Wayne Rooney] walked out and there was an Under-15 or Under-16 game going on. Fergie said he was the best kid he'd ever seen, better than Giggsy or anyone.

He was just playing the game as and when he wanted to play. He would slow it down, then speed it up. It tells you something that when they were 15, 16, 17, Paul Pogba and Adnan Januzaj used to look up to him and idolise him. This kid was the gospel. But he didn't have the mentality to cement himself in a team environment.Can he turn it around?RIO: I hope so.

It's a shame he hasn't had the right people around him. I'd love to have been able to get hold of him now if he was still 15 or 16. Sometimes you've got to let those kind of people find themselves but I'm always available if he wants to reach out.ROBBIE: For me it was a guy called.

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