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Nov 1, 2009
There has been talk on here of new loan signing JJ O’Toole potentially causing unrest in the changing room because of his ‘track record’.

Given Jimmy Bullard’s ‘banter’ / verbal attack on a fellow celebrity in I’m A Celebrity… and his subsequently being voted off, when does banter go too far and become bullying? As Bullard played under Brown at Hull how far would Brown and the management team allow ‘banter’ to go before they stepped in? Does behaviour like that cause changing room unrest? Bullard, for me, went over the top on I’m A Celebrity but is that sort of behaviour the norm in professional football club dressing rooms?

I’m interested to know what people think especially if you can give insider information and thoughts.

(For those of you who haven’t seen it and are interested it’s available on YouTube. Sorry can’t do links)