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Originally posted by cildaratown cildaratown wrote:

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After much high level intellectual discourse Arter provided a conclusive argument on why universal suffrage needs to be reconsidered in British society.
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Originally posted by cildaratown cildaratown wrote:

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After much high level intellectual discourse Arter provided a conclusive argument on why universal suffrage needs to be reconsidered in British society.

Not everyone has the right to vote in British society conan 
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Originally posted by Left foot Left foot wrote:

Originally posted by Conan Conan wrote:

Originally posted by cildaratown cildaratown wrote:

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After much high level intellectual discourse Arter provided a conclusive argument on why universal suffrage needs to be reconsidered in British society.

Not everyone has the right to vote in British society conan 
No prisoners or those who fled to join ISIS are generally exempted this is true.
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just seen the tweets. What a complete dope! 
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just type his name into twitter. Whatever about making the mistake, to then delete your Twitter LOL
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Originally posted by Harry Arter Harry Arter wrote:

"Also I'm pretty sure them billion-aires create thousands of jobs for the public through there numerous of company's"

"Just one if the guys above about corbyn..."


This politico's literacy has all the virtue of his commitment to Irish international football.
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If you scroll all the way through the Harry Arter deleted his twitter thread  the final one is from Feb 28th 2012 some lad going why has Harry Arter deleted his twitter?

Must have been that occasion when he confused the liberal democrats with The Monster Raving Loony Party.
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Nice strike from outside the box. If he's dedicated and healthy, think he could help solve some of our midfield trouble
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Coming up with some good goals of late, I believe performances have been good too. 

Really good to see him getting back to his best 
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Good strike too.. he’s scored a few goals lately which is great but having watched him in 3 or 4 games recently he seems to have lost that little burst of speed off the mark that he used to have . He seems to be late into a lot of tackles . I wouldn’t have him as a holding midfielder but maybe useful in a more advanced role as he always has good touch and skill and very decent passer too..

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Originally posted by Liam Green Liam Green wrote:

Good strike too.. he’s scored a few goals lately which is great but having watched him in 3 or 4 games recently he seems to have lost that little burst of speed off the mark that he used to have . He seems to be late into a lot of tackles . I wouldn’t have him as a holding midfielder but maybe useful in a more advanced role as he always has good touch and skill and very decent passer too..

He was always dead slow, probably his biggest weakness. The only age related worry I'd have with Arter is that his injury problems will accumulate even further.
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Temperament has been a problem with him as well as debilitating injuries. Eddie Howe gave him a long contract at Bournemouth but got exasperated at his tendency to pick up unnecessary red and yellow cards. He loaned him to Cardiff, where he did well, but they were relegated and Fulham was his next loan when his brother-in-law became manager. He will stay with them if they go up and Kenny will see him as an option certainly if he is interested in playing for Ireland again.
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Originally posted by Green Cockade Green Cockade wrote:

Temperament has been a problem with him as well as debilitating injuries. Eddie Howe gave him a long contract at Bournemouth but got exasperated at his tendency to pick up unnecessary red and yellow cards. He loaned him to Cardiff, where he did well, but they were relegated and Fulham was his next loan when his brother-in-law became manager. He will stay with them if they go up and Kenny will see him as an option certainly if he is interested in playing for Ireland again.
 
4 red cards in 7 years.
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