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Johnnie Jackson's tweets

After reading on here about JJ putting a couple of cheeky tweets up after the Millwall game (the 'Pisshole' one has disappeared, by the way.) I made a rare visit to twitter to see what's going on down there.
I've got to say, if you look at his photo gallery and the comments he's attached to the pics, JJ seems to epitomise the camaraderie and spirit within the squad that we all hope exists.
He's constantly rinsing his teammates about their dress sense, tattoos, looks, who they look like, their behaviour etc and it all seems to be done in a good spirit.
It may be unimportant in the great scheme of things, but it made me feel good about the squad and the spirit within it.
Cheers Johnnie!


@johnnie_jackson

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    Yeah I look on his occasionally (I hate twitter so don't have it myself) and he always makes me laugh.
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    The Twitter banter between the Charlton players is brilliant, you can see that they are a good bunch of mates. JJ the continual joker it seems!
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    After reading on here about JJ putting a couple of cheeky tweets up after the Millwall game (the 'Pisshole' one has disappeared, by the way.) I made a rare visit to twitter to see what's going on down there.
    I've got to say, if you look at his photo gallery and the comments he's attached to the pics, JJ seems to epitomise the camaraderie and spirit within the squad that we all hope exists.
    He's constantly rinsing his teammates about their dress sense, tattoos, looks, who they look like, their behaviour etc and it all seems to be done in a good spirit.
    It may be unimportant in the great scheme of things, but it made me feel good about the squad and the spirit within it.
    Cheers Johnnie!


    @johnnie_jackson

    (if you were wondering)

    The whole #straightred thing is quality !
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    Very good taste in TV too.

    I smiled this morning as well picturing Ben Hamer at Fabric, giving it on the dance floor amongst all the gurners.
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    I saw a picture on Twitter of Solly, Hollands, Wagstaff and think it looks like Taylor, amongst fans in a maidstone street from Saturday night. Team bonding.

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    JJ will have a career as a broadcaster on TV or radio after his footballing career - no doubt. He's got the looks for TV and seems eloquent when needed.
    Decent sense of humour helps too and seems a genuinely nice bloke
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    Swisdom said:

    JJ will have a career as a broadcaster on TV or radio after his footballing career - no doubt. He's got the looks for TV and seems eloquent when needed.
    Decent sense of humour helps too and seems a genuinely nice bloke

    Yep I thought this too.
    He has been on talksport a lot and always comes across really well.
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    His natural ability baring set pieces isn't great, but he has a real footballing brain and passion, right place, right time in attack and defence.

    Enjoy his tweets, good banter.
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    Dave2l said:

    His natural ability baring set pieces isn't great, but he has a real footballing brain and passion, right place, right time in attack and defence.

    Enjoy his tweets, good banter.

    His set pieces against Peterborough were awful, particularly the first 2 or 3 corners. Kerkar eventually took over and he wasn't much better!

    But I do love the guy, and he seems to have some top banter.
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    My Palace mate: "I know I shouldn't say it cos he's one of your muggy lot, but he's one of the funniest people on Twitter".

    No doubt he'll end up as a pundit, good lad.
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    Jacksons interview:

    “I loved it, and I think all the boys enjoyed it,” he said. “I think it was an eye opener, a bit different to what you’re used to because they really do get behind their side and make it hostile, but you live for days like this.

    “It was a game that we have looked forward to for the whole season and obviously the fans have as well. We bought a lot of our boys down and they were in fine voice, and it was a shame we couldn’t get a goal for them and give them a bit more to cheer about attacking wise.

    “I’m sure they will be pleased with our efforts on the pitch because I know all the boys are in there and have given everything they’ve got, and we’ve earned the point.

    “It‘s a very tough place to come and I’m delighted to get to 100 and it was a nice game to celebrate the ton.”
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    No women follow Charlton, then? Tut, tut, JJ ;-)
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    Curb_It said:

    Jacksons interview:

    “I loved it, and I think all the boys enjoyed it,” he said. “I think it was an eye opener, a bit different to what you’re used to because they really do get behind their side and make it hostile, but you live for days like this.

    “It was a game that we have looked forward to for the whole season and obviously the fans have as well. We bought a lot of our boys down and they were in fine voice, and it was a shame we couldn’t get a goal for them and give them a bit more to cheer about attacking wise.

    “I’m sure they will be pleased with our efforts on the pitch because I know all the boys are in there and have given everything they’ve got, and we’ve earned the point.

    “It‘s a very tough place to come and I’m delighted to get to 100 and it was a nice game to celebrate the ton.”

    No they didnt
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    edited December 2012
    jackson keeping it dench!
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    Red_Raver said:

    Dave2l said:

    His natural ability baring set pieces isn't great, but he has a real footballing brain and passion, right place, right time in attack and defence.

    Enjoy his tweets, good banter.

    His set pieces against Peterborough were awful, particularly the first 2 or 3 corners. Kerkar eventually took over and he wasn't much better!

    But I do love the guy, and he seems to have some top banter.
    Yes, they surprised me as usually his corners are brilliant. JJ and Syevens have an excellent delivery from set pieces.

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    just came on here having read his interview post millwall, and wanted to say how much sense he talks. in this respect, I think he is the ideal person to captain us, and as others have mentioned, he's a funny bloke on twitter too. mancrush
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    Curb_It said:

    Jacksons interview:

    We bought a lot of our boys down

    Whatever does he mean

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    edited December 2012

    The players had a whip round and paid Rent-a-Mob for a few extra lads to make a decent atmposphere?

    It's a flare point.

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    It's a flare point.

    very good oggy, I like that
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    See his commentating debut here from last year:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=72EKNGFWZ0Q
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    edited December 2012
    Gotta love johnnie
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    Was having a conversation with a CL lurker recently about the view that Powell is "too loyal" to his players.

    They made the point that SCP values team spirit and group effort very highly so what might seem to outsiders as being too loyal is more about maintianing morale and esprit de corps. The lurker mentioned that Curbs was the same.

    I think the manager is reflected in the captain (ironically one he didn't buy) and the other players.
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    edited December 2012
    Swisdom said:

    JJ will have a career as a broadcaster on TV or radio after his footballing career - no doubt. He's got the looks for TV and seems eloquent when needed.
    Decent sense of humour helps too and seems a genuinely nice bloke

    No way, Steve Claridge looks awful, knows sod all and has the personality of a turd. If those are the criteria, and he does seem to get a lot of work, then JJ has no chance.

    Crossbar challenge above - brilliant.
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    edited December 2012
    Haha ....."Greenie, Becksy's love child".
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    Kap10 said:

    Swisdom said:

    JJ will have a career as a broadcaster on TV or radio after his footballing career - no doubt. He's got the looks for TV and seems eloquent when needed.
    Decent sense of humour helps too and seems a genuinely nice bloke

    No way, Steve Claridge looks awful, knows sod all and has the personality of a turd. If those are the criteria, and he does seem to get a lot of work, then JJ has no chance.

    Crossbar challenge above - brilliant.
    Alan Shearer as well...

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    Kap10 said:

    Swisdom said:

    JJ will have a career as a broadcaster on TV or radio after his footballing career - no doubt. He's got the looks for TV and seems eloquent when needed.
    Decent sense of humour helps too and seems a genuinely nice bloke

    No way, Steve Claridge looks awful, knows sod all and has the personality of a turd. If those are the criteria, and he does seem to get a lot of work, then JJ has no chance.

    Crossbar challenge above - brilliant.
    Alan Shearer as well...

    The list of dreadful pundits is endless - Lawrenson and Crooks are up there as well.
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    I like Crooks, talks a load of nonsense in a passionate way, one of my favourite people working for the BBC team.
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    I would prefer watching a steaming turd than Garth Crooks....
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    I would prefer watching a steaming turd than Garth Crooks....

    Thing is with Crooks is he obviously cares and is very passionate but what actually comes out of his mouth more often than not is utter bollocks. Though I prefer that to the monotone Shearer-style inanities. Yes, he passed the ball. Thank you, Captain Obvious.
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    Am I the only person who misses Keys and Gray?
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