Brian Noble's booked up for building a team

Brian Noble with his new book at the Leeds Metropolitan University launch

Piles of ambition: Former Bulls coach Brian Noble would love to be in charge of another winning team - and it might not even be in rugby league

First published in Bulls Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Photograph of the Author by , Bradford Bulls Reporter

It began on the edge of Lake Windermere, of all places.

Back in 2010, Brian Noble spent four days at the picturesque Old England Hotel & Spa.

The former Bulls coach’s tenure at Crusaders had ended and the latest chapter in his life had closed.

“I sat there in Windermere thinking about what makes a good team,” said Noble, who famously led his home-town club to five successive Grand Finals between 2001 and 2005, winning three of them.

“So I spent four days scribbling down my ideas and thoughts.

“I’ve taken advice from people like Sir Ken Morrison and Martin O’Neill.

“What is the formula for success? What makes a winning team?

“When Sir Ken asked the question I started asking the question myself.

“So I decided to write a book about it.”

Over two years on, Noble is proud to call himself the author of ‘Building Winning Teams – Leadership Tips from the Changing Room to the Boardroom’.

The book includes a foreword from Morrison and contributions from O’Neill, Jack Tordoff, Michael Vaughan, Jason Robinson, and even Hollywood actor Mickey Rourke.

Noble was at Leeds Metropolitan University on Tuesday to address students and the media about his book and the motivation behind it.

Jamie Peacock, a pivotal figure in the Bulls’ success in the early years of the Millennium and now a Masters degree student at the Met, took time out to support the event.

Noble has written the book himself almost as a reference manual as to how to achieve success in life, whether that be in sport or business.

“I’m a big believer in dreams – I love dreams,” said the 51-year-old, who joined Twitter this week and will donate part of the proceeds of his book to the Joining Jack charity.

“There are some cracking rugby and sports stories in the book and some great ideas from some really iconic people.

“I went through the miners' strike when I was a rugby player and three-quarters of my mates were on the other side of the line.

“To keep your friendships through that kind of thing was a challenge, trust me.

“I’ve got some exciting stories to tell. Some of them are in the book.”

Noble, who lives in Guiseley, enjoys working as a rugby league pundit in the media and has since worked on a consultancy basis at Halifax.

He takes coaching sessions at rugby union outfit London Wasps from time to time but misses the buzz of being a coach in the sport he loves.

Noble added: “Leaving Wigan was tough, Crusaders was another tough gig and then I needed to get my knee fixed.

“But I still have a strong desire to build another winning team.

“It aggravates you like an itch. It might not be in rugby league, it might be in another sport.

“But I firmly believe some of the principles I’ve used will work again and again.

“A lot of my family say ‘why do you want to go through that again, working 70 hours and going grey, fat and older than I am?’

“But I think it’s a great gig. I’d like to be involved in a rugby club in some capacity, for sure.

“I’m still particularly proud of my record and I believe it stands up to anyone.

“I’m also a firm believer that if you’re not doing it then you don’t know it.

“But I know I could get back up to speed.”

Noble almost returned to his spiritual home of Odsal earlier this year when Mick Potter was made redundant.

Noble was asked by administrator Brendan Guilfoyle to step in on a voluntary basis.

Noble’s return never materialised but he said: “There was talk of a conspiracy going on but all the people who know me know that was a million miles from the truth.

“I kept my mouth shut and kept out the way, but I’m absolutely thrilled to bits the club was saved and I wish Franny Cummins all the best.”

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6:53am Thu 6 Dec 12

ifallwerelikemumby says...

I am sure Franny is down for 1st copy as it rolled off the press, That and his Paul Daniels magic wand.
4 more players needed.
I am sure Franny is down for 1st copy as it rolled off the press, That and his Paul Daniels magic wand. 4 more players needed. ifallwerelikemumby
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7:24am Thu 6 Dec 12

Blotto says...

Just get Dynamo and Sooty on board at least they're Local!
Just get Dynamo and Sooty on board at least they're Local! Blotto
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7:35am Thu 6 Dec 12

ifallwerelikemumby says...

Izzy Wizzi lets get busy will be Frannys team talk.
It worked for Helga in operating theatre.
Izzy Wizzi lets get busy will be Frannys team talk. It worked for Helga in operating theatre. ifallwerelikemumby
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9:51am Thu 6 Dec 12

Solomon Grundy says...

A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club.

I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.
A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club. I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also. Solomon Grundy
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10:00am Thu 6 Dec 12

Mumby was the best says...

Solomon Grundy wrote:
A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club.

I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.
Maybe you are right, but only those behind the scenes know the true story so we will never find out. But yes a good man, player and coach.
[quote][p][bold]Solomon Grundy[/bold] wrote: A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club. I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.[/p][/quote]Maybe you are right, but only those behind the scenes know the true story so we will never find out. But yes a good man, player and coach. Mumby was the best
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11:30am Thu 6 Dec 12

Archie's Ghost says...

I've a lot of time for Mick Potter but I thought he let himself down making those comments.

Brian is a Bradford boy who served the club well as player and coach and I only wish he was involved now.
I've a lot of time for Mick Potter but I thought he let himself down making those comments. Brian is a Bradford boy who served the club well as player and coach and I only wish he was involved now. Archie's Ghost
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12:51pm Thu 6 Dec 12

raisemeup says...

Well done Brian, can't wait to buy your book. Those who know you, know you are Bradford through & through and would never do anything against the Bulls. It was a great shame those people who made the comments DID NOT know you. You were always a great motivator, and people person and I think as was said a friend of Mick's. As regards Mick Potter, I think words were spoken by someone who was bitterly hurt.Having seen Mick on the forum evening, he was completely devastated at loosing his job through no fault of his own and who can blame him. Anyhow, water under the bridge - COYB
Well done Brian, can't wait to buy your book. Those who know you, know you are Bradford through & through and would never do anything against the Bulls. It was a great shame those people who made the comments DID NOT know you. You were always a great motivator, and people person and I think as was said a friend of Mick's. As regards Mick Potter, I think words were spoken by someone who was bitterly hurt.Having seen Mick on the forum evening, he was completely devastated at loosing his job through no fault of his own and who can blame him. Anyhow, water under the bridge - COYB raisemeup
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1:06pm Thu 6 Dec 12

raisemeup says...

bullybullman wrote:
Solomon Grundy wrote:
A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club.

I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.
I would trust Micks word over Noble`s any day of the year ! How to build a team the Noble way, unlimited funds & break the rules ! dont think we need to read a book for that.
You are so wrong and you really don't know the Man, the coach or the management techniques he used all his career at the Bulls or at the other teams he was with.
You cannot say he broke the rules as that is libelous, and if Brian wished to take a civil action against you...I would back him 100%.
You are on dangerous grounds and I think you should re consider using Bulls in your post name because Bulls you certainly aren't, if you can't recognise what he did for the club and for Rugby League.
[quote][p][bold]bullybullman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Solomon Grundy[/bold] wrote: A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club. I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.[/p][/quote]I would trust Micks word over Noble`s any day of the year ! How to build a team the Noble way, unlimited funds & break the rules ! dont think we need to read a book for that.[/p][/quote]You are so wrong and you really don't know the Man, the coach or the management techniques he used all his career at the Bulls or at the other teams he was with. You cannot say he broke the rules as that is libelous, and if Brian wished to take a civil action against you...I would back him 100%. You are on dangerous grounds and I think you should re consider using Bulls in your post name because Bulls you certainly aren't, if you can't recognise what he did for the club and for Rugby League. raisemeup
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2:07pm Thu 6 Dec 12

modman61 says...

raisemeup wrote:
bullybullman wrote:
Solomon Grundy wrote: A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club. I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.
I would trust Micks word over Noble`s any day of the year ! How to build a team the Noble way, unlimited funds & break the rules ! dont think we need to read a book for that.
You are so wrong and you really don't know the Man, the coach or the management techniques he used all his career at the Bulls or at the other teams he was with. You cannot say he broke the rules as that is libelous, and if Brian wished to take a civil action against you...I would back him 100%. You are on dangerous grounds and I think you should re consider using Bulls in your post name because Bulls you certainly aren't, if you can't recognise what he did for the club and for Rugby League.
Well said, Noble was and sill is a top bloke.
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bullybullman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Solomon Grundy[/bold] wrote: A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club. I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.[/p][/quote]I would trust Micks word over Noble`s any day of the year ! How to build a team the Noble way, unlimited funds & break the rules ! dont think we need to read a book for that.[/p][/quote]You are so wrong and you really don't know the Man, the coach or the management techniques he used all his career at the Bulls or at the other teams he was with. You cannot say he broke the rules as that is libelous, and if Brian wished to take a civil action against you...I would back him 100%. You are on dangerous grounds and I think you should re consider using Bulls in your post name because Bulls you certainly aren't, if you can't recognise what he did for the club and for Rugby League.[/p][/quote]Well said, Noble was and sill is a top bloke. modman61
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11:53am Fri 7 Dec 12

ifallwerelikemumby says...

If only Raise was as masterful in his own house with his tell it like it is or should I say tell it like I think nonsense.
A classic hen pecked husband giving it large on here because he can't win at home ,
If only Raise was as masterful in his own house with his tell it like it is or should I say tell it like I think nonsense. A classic hen pecked husband giving it large on here because he can't win at home , ifallwerelikemumby
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12:44pm Fri 7 Dec 12

Steam Pigs says...

raisemeup wrote:
bullybullman wrote:
Solomon Grundy wrote:
A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club.

I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.
I would trust Micks word over Noble`s any day of the year ! How to build a team the Noble way, unlimited funds & break the rules ! dont think we need to read a book for that.
You are so wrong and you really don't know the Man, the coach or the management techniques he used all his career at the Bulls or at the other teams he was with.
You cannot say he broke the rules as that is libelous, and if Brian wished to take a civil action against you...I would back him 100%.
You are on dangerous grounds and I think you should re consider using Bulls in your post name because Bulls you certainly aren't, if you can't recognise what he did for the club and for Rugby League.
Hold on - is Brian Noble sacred and not to be critiised?

There is a very good reason Noble is not coaching/managing at present....

go figure!
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bullybullman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Solomon Grundy[/bold] wrote: A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club. I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.[/p][/quote]I would trust Micks word over Noble`s any day of the year ! How to build a team the Noble way, unlimited funds & break the rules ! dont think we need to read a book for that.[/p][/quote]You are so wrong and you really don't know the Man, the coach or the management techniques he used all his career at the Bulls or at the other teams he was with. You cannot say he broke the rules as that is libelous, and if Brian wished to take a civil action against you...I would back him 100%. You are on dangerous grounds and I think you should re consider using Bulls in your post name because Bulls you certainly aren't, if you can't recognise what he did for the club and for Rugby League.[/p][/quote]Hold on - is Brian Noble sacred and not to be critiised? There is a very good reason Noble is not coaching/managing at present.... go figure! Steam Pigs
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1:24pm Fri 7 Dec 12

ifallwerelikemumby says...

Steam Pig let your love affair with Potter go son, Nobby twice the coach.
Steam Pig let your love affair with Potter go son, Nobby twice the coach. ifallwerelikemumby
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9:11pm Fri 7 Dec 12

Shelfrhino says...

raisemeup wrote:
bullybullman wrote:
Solomon Grundy wrote:
A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club.

I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.
I would trust Micks word over Noble`s any day of the year ! How to build a team the Noble way, unlimited funds & break the rules ! dont think we need to read a book for that.
You are so wrong and you really don't know the Man, the coach or the management techniques he used all his career at the Bulls or at the other teams he was with.
You cannot say he broke the rules as that is libelous, and if Brian wished to take a civil action against you...I would back him 100%.
You are on dangerous grounds and I think you should re consider using Bulls in your post name because Bulls you certainly aren't, if you can't recognise what he did for the club and for Rugby League.
Ey up Brian, hows it going?

Salary cap ring any bells
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bullybullman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Solomon Grundy[/bold] wrote: A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club. I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.[/p][/quote]I would trust Micks word over Noble`s any day of the year ! How to build a team the Noble way, unlimited funds & break the rules ! dont think we need to read a book for that.[/p][/quote]You are so wrong and you really don't know the Man, the coach or the management techniques he used all his career at the Bulls or at the other teams he was with. You cannot say he broke the rules as that is libelous, and if Brian wished to take a civil action against you...I would back him 100%. You are on dangerous grounds and I think you should re consider using Bulls in your post name because Bulls you certainly aren't, if you can't recognise what he did for the club and for Rugby League.[/p][/quote]Ey up Brian, hows it going? Salary cap ring any bells Shelfrhino
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10:56pm Fri 7 Dec 12

pweibj67 says...

before any idiots/trolls slag the man off!

ask yourself .. what you have achieved in your life! then think do you know the guy to be able to criticize him!

Currently Brian Noble is not Saint Brian Noble so i imagine like every one of us .. he is not perfect and has made mistakes!

Bent the rules where he could to gain success!

I dont know him .. But have met him randomly on a few occasions .. and he has a lot of passion and pride for the bulls .. And the silly internet rumours were totally untrue! .. He just wanted to help out if needed!

Remember Mick Potter .. another top bloke! .. said he would not coach the bulls for nothing and would walk away! All noble said is .. he had been asked if he could help out by interested parties! .. he also said he would help out who ever!

And lets face facts .. of course he wanted the job full time and paid!

Only the trolls amongst us would not have that in the back of our minds!
before any idiots/trolls slag the man off! ask yourself .. what you have achieved in your life! then think do you know the guy to be able to criticize him! Currently Brian Noble is not Saint Brian Noble so i imagine like every one of us .. he is not perfect and has made mistakes! Bent the rules where he could to gain success! I dont know him .. But have met him randomly on a few occasions .. and he has a lot of passion and pride for the bulls .. And the silly internet rumours were totally untrue! .. He just wanted to help out if needed! Remember Mick Potter .. another top bloke! .. said he would not coach the bulls for nothing and would walk away! All noble said is .. he had been asked if he could help out by interested parties! .. he also said he would help out who ever! And lets face facts .. of course he wanted the job full time and paid! Only the trolls amongst us would not have that in the back of our minds! pweibj67
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9:17am Sun 9 Dec 12

raisemeup says...

ifallwerelikemumby wrote:
If only Raise was as masterful in his own house with his tell it like it is or should I say tell it like I think nonsense.
A classic hen pecked husband giving it large on here because he can't win at home ,
Isn't it time you grew up. Your mealy mouthed comments just show how infantile you really are. Your childish behaviour goes beyond the pale.. Mrs R only uses the postings on this site occasionally therefore cannot be bothered opening another account. However due to the lack of intelligence on your part she will not be posting again. Mrs. R
[quote][p][bold]ifallwerelikemumby[/bold] wrote: If only Raise was as masterful in his own house with his tell it like it is or should I say tell it like I think nonsense. A classic hen pecked husband giving it large on here because he can't win at home ,[/p][/quote]Isn't it time you grew up. Your mealy mouthed comments just show how infantile you really are. Your childish behaviour goes beyond the pale.. Mrs R only uses the postings on this site occasionally therefore cannot be bothered opening another account. However due to the lack of intelligence on your part she will not be posting again. Mrs. R raisemeup
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9:31am Sun 9 Dec 12

raisemeup says...

Steam Pigs wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
bullybullman wrote:
Solomon Grundy wrote:
A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club.

I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.
I would trust Micks word over Noble`s any day of the year ! How to build a team the Noble way, unlimited funds & break the rules ! dont think we need to read a book for that.
You are so wrong and you really don't know the Man, the coach or the management techniques he used all his career at the Bulls or at the other teams he was with.
You cannot say he broke the rules as that is libelous, and if Brian wished to take a civil action against you...I would back him 100%.
You are on dangerous grounds and I think you should re consider using Bulls in your post name because Bulls you certainly aren't, if you can't recognise what he did for the club and for Rugby League.
Hold on - is Brian Noble sacred and not to be critiised?

There is a very good reason Noble is not coaching/managing at present....

go figure!
Not the issue SP! Of course in public life everyone is open for criticism.
And his career has taken a different course whether by choice or others design I don't know?

I figure that I don't know, but he is gainfully employed and in demand as a consultant to RL and Union.
So that's all I can figure, and it's still not a bad career path, even the BBC and Sky ask him to comment on the game.

Are you convinced? Personally I can't wait to read his book.

I will now come in for some unwarranted criticism, but who cares?
[quote][p][bold]Steam Pigs[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bullybullman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Solomon Grundy[/bold] wrote: A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club. I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.[/p][/quote]I would trust Micks word over Noble`s any day of the year ! How to build a team the Noble way, unlimited funds & break the rules ! dont think we need to read a book for that.[/p][/quote]You are so wrong and you really don't know the Man, the coach or the management techniques he used all his career at the Bulls or at the other teams he was with. You cannot say he broke the rules as that is libelous, and if Brian wished to take a civil action against you...I would back him 100%. You are on dangerous grounds and I think you should re consider using Bulls in your post name because Bulls you certainly aren't, if you can't recognise what he did for the club and for Rugby League.[/p][/quote]Hold on - is Brian Noble sacred and not to be critiised? There is a very good reason Noble is not coaching/managing at present.... go figure![/p][/quote]Not the issue SP! Of course in public life everyone is open for criticism. And his career has taken a different course whether by choice or others design I don't know? I figure that I don't know, but he is gainfully employed and in demand as a consultant to RL and Union. So that's all I can figure, and it's still not a bad career path, even the BBC and Sky ask him to comment on the game. Are you convinced? Personally I can't wait to read his book. I will now come in for some unwarranted criticism, but who cares? raisemeup
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9:39am Sun 9 Dec 12

raisemeup says...

Shelfrhino wrote:
raisemeup wrote:
bullybullman wrote:
Solomon Grundy wrote:
A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club.

I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.
I would trust Micks word over Noble`s any day of the year ! How to build a team the Noble way, unlimited funds & break the rules ! dont think we need to read a book for that.
You are so wrong and you really don't know the Man, the coach or the management techniques he used all his career at the Bulls or at the other teams he was with.
You cannot say he broke the rules as that is libelous, and if Brian wished to take a civil action against you...I would back him 100%.
You are on dangerous grounds and I think you should re consider using Bulls in your post name because Bulls you certainly aren't, if you can't recognise what he did for the club and for Rugby League.
Ey up Brian, hows it going?

Salary cap ring any bells
You have proved your lack of knowledge once again Shelf?

Ask Gary Hetherington if he allowed/allows the coach to have the Club accountants job, re the salary cap.

Remember:
Players play.
Coaches Coach
Accountants Account
and spectators spectate.

Oh nearly forgot: Trolls Troll...
[quote][p][bold]Shelfrhino[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]bullybullman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Solomon Grundy[/bold] wrote: A good man and a very very good coach who was treated pretty shabbily by a few folks earlier this year when all he wanted to do was save the club. I was very disappointed by Mick Potter's conduct towards Brian at that time and then afterwards also.[/p][/quote]I would trust Micks word over Noble`s any day of the year ! How to build a team the Noble way, unlimited funds & break the rules ! dont think we need to read a book for that.[/p][/quote]You are so wrong and you really don't know the Man, the coach or the management techniques he used all his career at the Bulls or at the other teams he was with. You cannot say he broke the rules as that is libelous, and if Brian wished to take a civil action against you...I would back him 100%. You are on dangerous grounds and I think you should re consider using Bulls in your post name because Bulls you certainly aren't, if you can't recognise what he did for the club and for Rugby League.[/p][/quote]Ey up Brian, hows it going? Salary cap ring any bells[/p][/quote]You have proved your lack of knowledge once again Shelf? Ask Gary Hetherington if he allowed/allows the coach to have the Club accountants job, re the salary cap. Remember: Players play. Coaches Coach Accountants Account and spectators spectate. Oh nearly forgot: Trolls Troll... raisemeup
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1:58pm Mon 10 Dec 12

ifallwerelikemumby says...

raisemeup wrote:
ifallwerelikemumby wrote: If only Raise was as masterful in his own house with his tell it like it is or should I say tell it like I think nonsense. A classic hen pecked husband giving it large on here because he can't win at home ,
Isn't it time you grew up. Your mealy mouthed comments just show how infantile you really are. Your childish behaviour goes beyond the pale.. Mrs R only uses the postings on this site occasionally therefore cannot be bothered opening another account. However due to the lack of intelligence on your part she will not be posting again. Mrs. R
Oh that is a shame Mrs R, Although you appear to get brainwashed by Mr R his lack of having one means some of your posts are readable.
[quote][p][bold]raisemeup[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]ifallwerelikemumby[/bold] wrote: If only Raise was as masterful in his own house with his tell it like it is or should I say tell it like I think nonsense. A classic hen pecked husband giving it large on here because he can't win at home ,[/p][/quote]Isn't it time you grew up. Your mealy mouthed comments just show how infantile you really are. Your childish behaviour goes beyond the pale.. Mrs R only uses the postings on this site occasionally therefore cannot be bothered opening another account. However due to the lack of intelligence on your part she will not be posting again. Mrs. R[/p][/quote]Oh that is a shame Mrs R, Although you appear to get brainwashed by Mr R his lack of having one means some of your posts are readable. ifallwerelikemumby
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4:50am Tue 11 Dec 12

alfucham says...

Usual rubbish.
Yes Mr Potter let down an otherwise immaculate effort in playing no small part in overcoming the adversities of this summer in completely slagging our Brian.

Yer always going on about libel raisemeup.
Mick Potter was very close to that mark.

"Some old has been"rings a bell.

The cheek of the man!
Nobby appears only 4 or 5 years older !
Anyway for all the overspends the book will never lie.

Most successfull super league coach to date.
Usual rubbish. Yes Mr Potter let down an otherwise immaculate effort in playing no small part in overcoming the adversities of this summer in completely slagging our Brian. Yer always going on about libel raisemeup. Mick Potter was very close to that mark. "Some old has been"rings a bell. The cheek of the man! Nobby appears only 4 or 5 years older ! Anyway for all the overspends the book will never lie. Most successfull super league coach to date. alfucham
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