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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #90 on: August 29, 2013, 05:30 AM »
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Andy is defeated by Roger and is crying twice.

Where is the photograph?



The player we support on here Andy Murray, cried after his defeats because he felt he had let his country down. Fed the Pillock cries because he is like a small child who has had his toy taken away from him. A spoilt, selfish child who thinks all of the toys are his by rights.

The player we support on here Andy Murray is a quiet, unassuming young man, who never gives up, and who has overcome some major life traumas, to get where he is today.

The player you support, Fed the Pillock the purported GOAT (Gloating, Odious, Arrogant Tosser), is an arrogant, jumped up, slimey, nasty bit of work, who is disloyal to his friends (I refer you to his charming comment about Stan Warwrinka), who has only won most of what he did win because he had such crap opposition for the majority of his career). A person who is so unpleasant,  that some unknown person got so fed up with his false, pseudo humble persona that they invented Pseudo Fed.

Just go away, you come over as a bigger, deluded fool than your false hero.

Which bit of This is a forum for Andy Murray supporters, not Fed the Pillock worshipers do you not understand?
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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #91 on: August 29, 2013, 05:33 AM »
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What kind of meaning is it? The meaning which I am writing
Andy is crying, only when defeated by Roger. Even when it is straight and loses. (Wimbledon is four sets.)

However, it is although the following year and Andy were straight also to Djokovic and were defeated. He is not crying. It is contradictory although I like Andy.

Roger lost and it cried in the ceremony only at that time. It was a time of there being a meaning of many records.

Except this forum, it is not valid.  Andy  fan criticizes Roger?

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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #92 on: August 29, 2013, 05:34 AM »
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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #93 on: August 29, 2013, 05:42 AM »
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What kind of meaning is it? The meaning which I am writing
Andy is crying, only when defeated by Roger. Even when it is straight and loses. (Wimbledon is four sets.)

However, it is although the following year and Andy were straight also to Djokovic and were defeated. He is not crying. It is contradictory although I like Andy.

Roger lost and it cried in the ceremony only at that time. It was a time of there being a meaning of many records.

Except this forum, it is not valid.  Andy  fan criticizes Roger?

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Actually i'll delete my post and take Scot's advice, i'm not prepared to feed you anymore, you clearly are in need of therapy or something.
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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #94 on: August 29, 2013, 06:09 AM »
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What kind of meaning is it? The meaning which I am writing
Andy is crying, only when defeated by Roger. Even when it is straight and loses. (Wimbledon is four sets.)

However, it is although the following year and Andy were straight also to Djokovic and were defeated. He is not crying. It is contradictory although I like Andy.

Roger lost and it cried in the ceremony only at that time. It was a time of there being a meaning of many records.

Except this forum, it is not valid.  Andy  fan criticizes Roger?
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I agree with Gnome dense is an understatement.

 You carry on pondering the great mysteries of the world. There seems to be plenty of space in the great chasm where normal people's brains reside.

So on an Andy Murray forum it is perfectly valid for a Roger Federer fan to criticise Andy Murray, but you are then surprised when an Andy Murray fan criticises Fed the Pillock. You sir, are as false as your hero.

Didn't it strike you for a nano second that coming on here posting a string of pictures of Fed the Pillock wining, might just be offensive. We all know Fed the Pillock has won a lot -  he never tires of telling people.
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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #95 on: August 29, 2013, 06:18 AM »
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Off to bed, Masaka. But before I go...

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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #96 on: August 29, 2013, 06:30 AM »
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Off to bed, Masaka. But before I go...



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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #97 on: August 29, 2013, 07:21 AM »
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Well, They are individual subjectivity. I'm not say that fanatic arrogant anti. oh,


Roger is actually the 1st place of a favorite player. And, The sportsmanship prize which ATP players choose It says. that he is a player with those records.


If Roger is a human being, like you write. He does not have these records. arrogant it? If he is . All the players have arrogant or ego. I write those examples later.


and, Stan? It was a problem of translation. His interview from the first was French. And it had also said Stan as misunderstanding.


and, Stan is often criticizing Roger in fact. But Roger and Stan have been practicing on good terms recently also. Stan tweeted the photograph.

To others, now I am busy, it writes later.
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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #98 on: August 29, 2013, 07:47 AM »
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go to Roger's forum. To one player, they are attached and always write neither prejudice nor an anti opinion. Though it is a dislike player. never.


Masaka.[So on an Andy Murray forum it is perfectly valid for a Roger Federer fan to criticise Andy Murray, but you are then surprised when an Andy Murray fan criticises Fed]
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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #99 on: August 29, 2013, 09:11 AM »
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Tennislover.....If you had bothered to visit other parts of this site, you would have noticed that Murray fans appreciate 'many' other players, but very few on here like Roger Federer, even though we admire his tennis! You see.....it's the character of the man we don't like! He is not only big headed, but mean spirited too! So much so, that he seems incapable of being gracious to his opponent..... even in victory! Oh....he'll start off saying nice things, but he can't resist spoiling it by slipping in the odd 'snide' remark! shocking A man who turns up at a tournament wearing gold and with trophies on his shoes says it all and his  fans are just as bad.........waving a sign at the Olympics which said 'Roger... the trophy is yours.....this is just a formality' [or words to that effect]. Sheer 'bad manners' at the very least! I am soooo glad that Andy deprived him of his 'much coveted' Olympic Gold Medal and I rejoice in knowing that he'll 'never' get one  yay  and a good thing too, because neither he, nor his obnoxious ignorant fans deserve it! I wouldn't expect you to understand this though, as you are obviously one of them........and as such, you are not welcome here!
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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #100 on: August 29, 2013, 09:34 AM »
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I am starting to suspect a wind up here. Our "friend 'Tennislover'  writes such diabolically poor English , yet has complete understanding of the comments written in response. I am smelling a large rat. Is this someone's idea of light entertainment to while away the time until Mr M started his campaign?
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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #101 on: August 29, 2013, 10:07 AM »
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I am starting to suspect a wind up here. Our "friend 'Tennislover'  writes such diabolically poor English , yet has complete understanding of the comments written in response. I am smelling a large rat. Is this someone's idea of light entertainment to while away the time until Mr M started his campaign?
Nah  nah I don't know, but I doubt it Masaka! It would have to be someone with a very sad life!  Shrug
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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #102 on: August 29, 2013, 10:31 AM »
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Definitely someone with a sad life, and I for one will now just scroll past their posts as I don't want to feed this Federer Troll.
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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #103 on: August 29, 2013, 11:41 AM »
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A certain tennis-talk site.

Although that was an ordinary tennis site. It was the fanatic nadal fan's nest.
I know that biased here. But, This is Andy Murray fan's site Therefore, I can still understand.
I don't care. you (other) dislike Roger. However, Roger is a very popular player.

as ATP official
He is the 1st place of a favorite player for ten consecutive years.
(Although it will be impossible this year)
Usually his fan writes a comment. I comment the opinion and the photograph to Roger's thread. What is a problem?

Supposing you are not pleased with my comment You should just ignore my comment.
Then, it solves.
 


annoying Someone writes the same comment as a PseudoFed thread here?
lol. PseudFed (Roger Federer's anti)
 
The guy has not followed up most twitters of "Roger Federer" and his fans.
And that foolish always says that "I am GOAT" Although Roger has denied it.

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I'm not greatest player - Roger Federer
 
"I don't feel better than anyone, because we need past champions to pave the way for our generation and we have become very professional," he said.
 
"They have led the way and inspired myself and other players to chase the big records out there.
Back in the day they weren't doing that, they were just playing to play tennis. Things have changed dramatically with the press reminding us 'you should do this and win that and you'll be considered the greatest of all time'.
 
"And anyway I don't think you can compare different eras in tennis."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/tennis/18764325
 
#Humble
 
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Re: Roger Federer « Reply #104 on: August 29, 2013, 11:50 AM »
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Nah  nah I don't know, but I doubt it Masaka! It would have to be someone with a very sad life!  Shrug
Definitely someone with a sad life, and I for one will now just scroll past their posts as I don't want to feed this Federer Troll.

Completely agree with you both. Mind you anyone who is stupid enough not to see beyond the cringeworthy,  false humility of Fed the Pillock, and so support him,  has to be fairly sad by definition.  I think the word for Fed the Pillock  is Ersatz. 
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