Unrealistic summer transfer wankfest III

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We'll probably get taken to the cleaners for Maguire, but he'd probably be a good signing. I've often been quite impressed when I've seen him play. He's a good age and better than what we have, with the possible exception of Lindelof.

Not convinced by Milenkovic-Savic though, always looked like a bit of a galoot to me.
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Galoot
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It’s a rich language innit

Galoot is a bit like a nice way of saying Jose style player
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Newcastle have quoted us £50m for Longstaff. So much for the “sign English” experiment. FFS just get in a professional transfer staff like you see at City, Leicester, Dortmund, Leipzig etc.
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bman2 wrote:
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It’s a rich language innit

Galoot is a bit like a nice way of saying Jose style player
So it is

"Galoot" is an old word used, primarily in Scotland, that means a person with an ungainly, cumbersome, and clumsy personality.

So Phil Jones then
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Sid wrote:
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bman2 wrote:
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It’s a rich language innit

Galoot is a bit like a nice way of saying Jose style player
So it is

"Galoot" is an old word used, primarily in Scotland, that means a person with an ungainly, cumbersome, and clumsy personality.

So Phil Jones then
Up until you posting that, i was associating it with Australian soaps... I'm sure I've heard someone say "you big galoot" in that context years and years ago.

either way, i feel it's a word that the forum needs to use more often now
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Apparently we're being a set of mardy cunts with Inter over the Rom deal because we think were difficult to deal with when we wanted Perisic.

Anything over 60m and I'd get shut. Hes not the sort of striker we want if we ever want to get around to being decent again.
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FuB wrote:
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Sid wrote:
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bman2 wrote:
1 month ago
It’s a rich language innit

Galoot is a bit like a nice way of saying Jose style player
So it is

"Galoot" is an old word used, primarily in Scotland, that means a person with an ungainly, cumbersome, and clumsy personality.

So Phil Jones then
Up until you posting that, i was associating it with Australian soaps... I'm sure I've heard someone say "you big galoot" in that context years and years ago.

either way, i feel it's a word that the forum needs to use more often now
It's amazing the shite your brain retains, but here goes:

I think you're referring to the character Alf Stewart from the soap "Home & Away" who famously used to say "Ya flaming galah!" as way of inferring someone was being thick, idiotic etc.

A galah is apparently the real name for a bird...
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Pikey McScum wrote:
1 month ago
FuB wrote:
1 month ago
Sid wrote:
1 month ago
bman2 wrote:
1 month ago
It’s a rich language innit

Galoot is a bit like a nice way of saying Jose style player
So it is

"Galoot" is an old word used, primarily in Scotland, that means a person with an ungainly, cumbersome, and clumsy personality.

So Phil Jones then
Up until you posting that, i was associating it with Australian soaps... I'm sure I've heard someone say "you big galoot" in that context years and years ago.

either way, i feel it's a word that the forum needs to use more often now
It's amazing the shite your brain retains, but here goes:

I think you're referring to the character Alf Stewart from the soap "Home & Away" who famously used to say "Ya flaming galah!" as way of inferring someone was being thick, idiotic etc.

A galah is apparently the real name for a bird...
I think you may well be right there, Pipey. Funny how when I read bman's post, I instantly heard that in my mind with an Australian accent. A bit of research just now indicates it was a favourite word of Yosemite Sam so maybe that's where I've conflated things from.
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There really is fuck all happening at United, isn't there? (-|
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