WHO Poll
Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
29%
  
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
27%
  
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
41%
  
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue
3%
  



Ron Greensward 11:43 Sat Jun 12
Kasper Scmeichel
How impressive is this guy? Runs toward a crashed helicopter on fire to try and save the occupants. Tries to break up a mass brawl between his team mates and opponents, then today initially stops his teammates crowding Erickson and then gets them to organise a shield around Erickson whilst he is treated. On the day more honours were announced I definitely thinking he is deserving of one next time. Who's going to nominate him? At the very least whenever he is announced on the team as our gaff he should get a standing ovation. Terrific human being.

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icwhs 1:53 Tue Jun 15
Re: Kasper Scmeichel yawn 🥱 next please
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Russ of the BML 1:52 Tue Jun 15
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
Fair play to Kasper and Kjaer. They seem to be proper blokes.

Vexed 1:31 Tue Jun 15
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
Going a bit over the top here. Yeah he seems like an alright bloke. He's an alright keeper too.

Giving him credit for bogging at a geezer getting CPR is a bit fucking dim though, but that doesn't surprise me coming from a bloke who is too scared to get his jab.

Robson 1:27 Tue Jun 15
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
Facing away is just being respectful. Like not turning to look when you drive past a big pile-up (and causing a traffic jam)

Lee Trundle 10:44 Mon Jun 14
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
Kjaer was colossal.

He (along with Schmeichel and Maehle) even had the balls to face up at what was happening while the rest of the team (unsurprisingly) faced away when they were shielding Eriksen while he was given CPR.

terry-h 10:42 Mon Jun 14
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
Forget Kasper.
Alex Scott managed to text her mum to tell her she loved her.

Sven Roeder 10:35 Mon Jun 14
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
Kjaer was impressive getting to him quickly , getting him on his side and clearing his airwave.
As were the Danish players making that protective circle around him.

Understand the players were given the option of restarting or coming back at midday the next day.
Think they decided playing was the better option over a game after a poor nights sleep worrying about their mate.
Obviously in a tournament there are few spare days (Finland are in St Petersburg on Wed) but in hindsight both teams should have been given a third option of abandoning it and calling it a 0-0 draw.

Manuel 10:00 Mon Jun 14
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
Branded - Yea agreed. It's things like this where the proper men stand out, that's not knocking others. mere mortals, but it has to be said. You see it as you go along in life, I was sitting outside a restaurant a few months back, was a few people around, then some fella suddenly collapsed on the pavement, most sat around not having a clue how to react, but from the pack a fella emerged and he just knew what to do, got the guy comfortable and was yelling out instructions to others. It was pretty impressive.

PS: And no, I wasn't the hero.

Dandy Lyon 9:58 Mon Jun 14
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
Imagine if Harry Kane collapsed how many players would have to help hold his tongue

BRANDED 9:46 Mon Jun 14
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
Massive respect to Simon Kjær, he made sure that Eriksen didn't swallow his tongue when he was unconscious, made sure he was in the right position, got the squad to surround Eriksen so the media didn't continue filming him and made sure Eriksen's wife was comforted.

True Leadership

normansmymate 9:14 Sun Jun 13
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
It was a terrible thing to watch but Kasper and the captain was super, good young men, a dying breed.

Eerie Descent 6:11 Sun Jun 13
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
What did you expect him to do? Start shadow boxing in the centre circle?

Ron Greensward 6:08 Sun Jun 13
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
El... yes Kjaer was amazing too.

arsene york-hunt 6:04 Sun Jun 13
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
So long as he let's another 6 goals in for us next year I will agree.

Westham67 3:37 Sun Jun 13
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
El Scorchio 2:45 Sun Jun 13

El Scorchio 2:45 Sun Jun 13
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
Not as impressive as Simon Kjaer who stopped Eriksen swallowing his tongue, administered the first CPR and THEN comforted his wife.

Alex G 2:12 Sun Jun 13
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
Darlo Debs 11:51 Sat Jun 12

Bearing in mind his dad has an honorary MBE I'm sure that Kasper can get one too!

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2001/dec/11/newsstory.sport4

yngwies Cat 3:34 Sun Jun 13
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
First aid responders, Team doc and support staff, superb. Amazing. Although distressing to see.








I'd wage team effort

Jaan Kenbrovin 2:36 Sun Jun 13
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
Kasper Schmasper

lowermarshhammer 2:34 Sun Jun 13
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
Rarely do you find a half decent goalkeeper who isn't a decent bloke to boot.

Playing between the sticks from a young age teaches you a great deal about life and how to react to it's ups and downs.

Fuck me I sound like Hugh Monteith.

gph 2:04 Sun Jun 13
Re: Kasper Scmeichel
"This was the first state visit by a Communist head of state to the UK, and Ceausescu was given a knighthood by the Queen, which was revoked on the day before his death in 1989"

Successful foreign dictators can have them, but failed ones can't.

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