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What did he order at maccas though?

 

Dean bouzanis's goto is a large big mac meal, extra cheeseburger and 20 nuggets 

Yes I had a chuckle when I read this last night as well...^^^Maybe Bulut was going for the record and they only served him 19 Nuggets.....

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Reading the World Game article, it said that Bulut will have to appear at local court on 7th April.

 

Would he miss the home fixture against FC Seoul?

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Reading the World Game article, it said that Bulut will have to appear at local court on 7th April.

 

Would he miss the home fixture against FC Seoul?

 

I'm sure his solicitors will handle it for him, however the decision to be made is does Popa play him anyway

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I think bulut would be stood down indefinitely til after the court case hearing...

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Amazed that his so called mates didn't look after him, not knowing what happened of course, the young bloke should know better than hang out at ***** Macca's. The club at least should have foreseen this happening due to his past and should have assigned a mentor but not just for him but for all the young guns in our squad.

I will personally boycot this Auburn Macca's as this should have been handled discretely and stayed in house.

Also Bossi is a smurf cretin and a ***** jerk off, an esfc grunt.

 

You can't watch the guy all the time, you have to have trust that he will go out and change his life without the need for constant minding, he is an adult.

 

Bulut might not have been directly involved in the incident, maybe it was just other family members, but if he is around trouble like that he knows the **** will fly his way because of his past and he is recognisable. I don't know, how many chances is this guy going to get. I hope he turns it around and this is just a blip on an upward trend in his life, but not so sure.

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I'm sure Popa n others will have talked to him about what a great 2nd chance this is for him. I hope it sinks in , for his sake , cos he has talent n could have a great footballing career. Prob is , is he a leader or a sheeple? Time will tell....

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Photos in from the scene..mistaken identity

 

Charge...False advertising, Happy meals not creating sufficient level of happiness, and supplying of non-halal nuggets...

 

McCriminal.jpg

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This is going to hard....we don't know what conditions he has in his contract. It may be 1 stuff up and you're out.

I hope its just a storm in a tea cup

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I think bulut would be stood down indefinitely til after the court case hearing...

 

 

Imma ring the club tomorrow and threaten to cancel my membership if he isn't in the starting lineup.

 

I would never cancel my membership but they don't know that.

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I think when you have Tatts all over your body and look Middle Eastern, you're always going to be looking like you're intimidating.
And when you actually speak up against something, then it just takes it over the edge for some people.
He should have known better than to start anything, especially at that place that always has heroes hanging around all the time and I hope he didn't cause any trouble but people just recognised him and blamed him..

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Considering it's the second time he has being accused of the exact same thing he sounds like an asshole

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Things like this raise more questions than answers. At the end of the day, if you weren't there you don't know.

 

What were the circumstances in which Bulut and co were asked to leave the restaurant. ?

 

Why has Bulut been singled out in this instance.?

 

Why the need to present to a police station to hand himself in, if the incident was as benign as an argument? 

 

Why would police charge him, and bring him before the courts for this?

 

My feelings are that Kerem is an obvious talent on the field, with a level of passion that has the capacity to suit him well at a home like the Wanderers. However, there is obviously another side to people off the field, and the bloke does come with a few question marks, we all knew that.  Hopefully the club can provide some support for him, and if this is a bad as it gets then its a bit of a storm in a teacup. Only time will tell, and if this becomes a pattern and clearly is affecting the brand, then the club will dump him faster than Manfred gets through a pork knuckle.

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lets not be the ffa guys can we wait until he has been proven guilty in a court of law before we give him ****. very good saying witch i think i may now put in my signature. :xnod:

Assumption is the mother of all **** ups 

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Why has Bulut been singled out in this instance.?

 

Why the need to present to a police station to hand himself in, if the incident was as benign as an argument? 

 

Why would police charge him, and bring him before the courts for this?

To me this sounds like a david gallop thing to do. Lets not forget the Brett Stewart case where the charges were dropped for groping a young girl but gallop forced manly to suspend Stewart even before he was charged.

 

the club may have seeked advice from the FFA and gallop may have wanted the club to have bulut hand himself over to the police to get charged and have hi stood down.

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Things like this raise more questions than answers. At the end of the day, if you weren't there you don't know.

 

What were the circumstances in which Bulut and co were asked to leave the restaurant. ?

 

Why has Bulut been singled out in this instance.?

 

Why the need to present to a police station to hand himself in, if the incident was as benign as an argument?

 

Why would police charge him, and bring him before the courts for this?

 

My feelings are that Kerem is an obvious talent on the field, with a level of passion that has the capacity to suit him well at a home like the Wanderers. However, there is obviously another side to people off the field, and the bloke does come with a few question marks, we all knew that. Hopefully the club can provide some support for him, and if this is a bad as it gets then its a bit of a storm in a teacup. Only time will tell, and if this becomes a pattern and clearly is affecting the brand, then the club will dump him faster than Manfred gets through a pork knuckle.

What brand? Last night they arrested a 5ft balding man wearing glasses in the North Terrace. E! Tonight just reported George Costanza was arrested at a Wanderers game for antisocial behaviour. As far as Australia is concerned, anything to do with Wanderers is trouble

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The Western Sydney Wanderers business brand, ala Pauil Lederer, John Tsatsimas 

 

A few fans..plenty more of them to fill seats...thats their view

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You mean the ACL seats they were selling last week?

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You mean the ACL seats they were selling last week?

Memberships....

 

What you dont understand how things like the bad publicity this type of thing has on the business brand, and its potential to attract future sponsorship dollars.

 

The club could not care about the problems of fans..there is a waiting list of them

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For me it's not a good look, we do a lot of community work then a basketcase from the community stuffs up, as basketcases do, so we throw him under a bus. We'd do well to always be the good guy in this case and make sure we give this guy more support than he deserves.

 

Then when we do cut him loose for doing something despicable again, we have our charitable brand enhanced.

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There is a lot at stake, for many stakeholders..

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Why has Bulut been singled out in this instance.?

 

Why the need to present to a police station to hand himself in, if the incident was as benign as an argument? 

 

Why would police charge him, and bring him before the courts for this?

To me this sounds like a david gallop thing to do. Lets not forget the Brett Stewart case where the charges were dropped for groping a young girl but gallop forced manly to suspend Stewart even before he was charged.

 

the club may have seeked advice from the FFA and gallop may have wanted the club to have bulut hand himself over to the police to get charged and have hi stood down.

 

I tell you what SBW... I don't know you from a bar of soap. Your name annoys me as does your constant references to that other crap game which most of us here can't stand. Can you please keep your NRL references and opinions in the thread for NRL, you know the one that no one gives a **** about. Thank you.

 

PS. I'm sure you are a really nice bloke but the constant NRL love does my head in.

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To be fair, he was talking about David Gallop's previous decision making process in this sort of matter. Seems pretty relevant as he's now involved in football.

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at the end of the day he was charged with doing something stupid, but that **** happens every ******* day to be honest, stupid but its not serious, hopefully popa can help him because he only ever gets into trouble when around mates

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The World Game are reporting that Bulut was with family members and was not directly involved in the verbal altercation. They also said that John Tsatsimas accompanied Bulut to Auburn police station on Wednesday.

 

http://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/article/2015/03/11/western-sydney-wanderers-star-bulut-charged-police

that is much better if he wasnt involved but if he wasnt why was he charged?

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i just hope we dont have any pathetic fans that boo him. like the jokers who boo mooy yesterday (the kid left on a good note we just couldnt keep him and has never said a bad note about us) booing should be ban from all sport but the booing at mooy yesterday extra cringe worthy.


he should have turned around to the ones that booed him as he took that wicked free kick that went in and just gave them the good old fashion forks hahah

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