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Jimmy admits 'illness' got the better of him.

 

Jimmy Calderwood has admitted that he suffered from diarrhea during and after the Don's weekend defeat at Tannadice.

 

He announced the illness during a press conference, after serious questions were raised about the state of his health. Calderwood, however, stated it was nothing to worry about.

 

"I don't think it was that big a deal." The Aberdeen gaffer told the gathered press.

 

"I was feeling a wee bit ill before the game, but decided it was best to go along anyway.

 

"I missed the half time talk with the lads, but in football certain sacrifices have to be made.

 

Calderwood also made it clear that the illness only took full effect during his post match interviews.

 

"Yes, I was being interviewed on Sportsound when I accidently released feaces from my bowels."

 

Hear Jimmy's accident at 20 seconds in here - http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/scotland/7717903.stm

 

"I felt it all drop out, but didn't make a big deal. I thought I managed to cover it up but apparently many people noticed."

 

Jimmy has assured, however, that he should be fit enough to take on St Mirren at Pittodrie for Tuesday nights clash.

 

The Don's will be looking to bounce back with a win over St Mirren.

 

"We beat them at Love Street, so I am confident we can do it again at home.

 

"As long as we cut out our defensive errors we are more than capable of winning with ease.

 

When asked what he thought of his Dundee Sickness, Jimmy gave a simple reply.

 

"I thought it was sloppy."

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WAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY too much info!!!!!

 

(And I retract my statement to all those on the live forum on Saturday about wishing to be a fly on the wall during half time!!!!)

 

:angry2:

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The more interesting thing here is that he said he missed the half time team talk.... We played much much better in the second half, I was wandering what had been said in the dressing room... co-incidence that he wasnt there?

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Jimmy admits 'illness' got the better of him.

 

Jimmy Calderwood has admitted that he suffered from diarrhea during and after the Don's weekend defeat at Tannadice.

 

He announced the illness during a press conference, after serious questions were raised about the state of his health. Calderwood, however, stated it was nothing to worry about.

 

"I don't think it was that big a deal." The Aberdeen gaffer told the gathered press.

 

"I was feeling a wee bit ill before the game, but decided it was best to go along anyway.

 

"I missed the half time talk with the lads, but in football certain sacrifices have to be made.

 

Calderwood also made it clear that the illness only took full effect during his post match interviews.

 

"Yes, I was being interviewed on Sportsound when I accidently released feaces from my bowels."

 

Hear Jimmy's accident at 20 seconds in here - http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/scotland/7717903.stm

 

"I felt it all drop out, but didn't make a big deal. I thought I managed to cover it up but apparently many people noticed."

 

Jimmy has assured, however, that he should be fit enough to take on St Mirren at Pittodrie for Tuesday nights clash.

 

The Don's will be looking to bounce back with a win over St Mirren.

 

"We beat them at Love Street, so I am confident we can do it again at home.

 

"As long as we cut out our defensive errors we are more than capable of winning with ease.

 

When asked what he thought of his Dundee Sickness, Jimmy gave a simple reply.

:lolrangers::angry2::cry::hysterical:

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So yet again, Jimmy Nichol takes control, fires up the troops, and look at the response in the second half.

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So yet again, Jimmy Nichol takes control, fires up the troops, and look at the response in the second half.

 

 

I'm a Nichol fan.

 

NIG :laughing:

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so jimmy actually **** himself?

 

Well if he did, 20 seconds into the interview, how the hell did he carry on for another 2+ minutes because there must have been one hell of a mess around him (not to mention pegs on noses time!).

 

Nothing different there then!

 

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What sort of man admits to the press that he shat himself live on national radio?

 

Surely a wind-up?

 

Exactly what I was thinking. This is beyond stupidity, even the vast skiploads of it that I attribute to the full-of-sh*t fat bast*rd.

 

If true, does the 2nd half response not say something? JMG. JCSNHB. JN4M.

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What sort of man admits to the press that he shat himself live on national radio?

 

Surely a wind-up?

 

You couldn't make this up. :hysterical:

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hahahaha SOME amount of idiots on here

 

Ah but we aspire to be as clever as you one day. And to live in Rutherglen.

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Just goes to show that jimmy nic should be doing the half time team talk all the time as that watery stool :hysterical: can't get the tempo raised any

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Anybody who's anybody knows that correct spelling is diarrhoea so unless it

was evening express report it was a wind up.

 

 

 

 

Cracker though. :hysterical:

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deary me :itch-chin: good :hysterical: - caught a few with that one :hysterical:

 

You miss the point and the opportunity.

 

Your only "contribution" on this thread is seemingly to take credit for something you did not start, or to laugh at fellow Dons fans.

 

As Tommy said, it was a cracker and as many of us expressed, it had to be a wind-up.

 

But when it comes down to this, what does this tell you about the relationship between the fans and the manager?

 

Is this an important relationship? Is agitating for the change that Miller and Milne have denied us a constructive move?

 

You're primarily concerned with informing us how clever you are. Some of us care more about the Dons.

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