Info on Anfield Exposed: Dunk's book

In a thread about a book Koptalk member stibs (who has 22 posts!) quips:

And we’re all still waiting for Dunk’s book that we paid our £5 deposit for all those years ago…how to get rich quick eh?! 😉

Dunk quickly replies:

I’ve said a few times on here stibs that I now have no intentions of publishing anything until I close the site down for the simple reason that I know it’s going to cause a stir :)

I never knew back then that one day my haters would make me an internet celebrity and I didn’t think it would originally attract much interest, it was more for people who liked the site and who were maybe with it from the start all those years ago etc

If you placed a pre-order deposit, simply go to http://www.kraptalk.info and request a refund from Steve/Katie and re-order when the infamous day comes. They should refund you immediately, if they don’t, just post here so that I’m aware

For the record, nowhere in the book does it portray Liverpool FC in a bad light as some people have tried to suggest. It’s about the site, the experiences and some numpties along the way. It does reveal a few things but there’s no way I would include anything that would damage the club in the slightest. It’s pro-Liverpool FC.

(lurkers, when lifting, please include the last paragraph – cheers )

Poor Dunk. He knows his every word is being monitored. Lurkers Dunk? Who says it isn’t a “prolific” poster on your site doing the lifting? Is stibs a real member? Or was that awkard comment from stibs the blogger?

Here is the screenshot for anyone who is interested (click here if it doesn’t fit on your screen)

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8 Responses to “Info on Anfield Exposed: Dunk's book”

  1. Tubby Says:

    What crap, Dunk’s celebrity downfall is due to his own stupid actions. You may be a public figure on the Internet Dunk, but its one of ridicule. Why call the book “Anfield Exposed” if, firstly it’s about kraptalk, and secondly its not negative?

    What a load of wank. Dunk, your intelligence seems to be running away with your weight. ANyone can do a search on this blog about the book and what is was supposed to be about (ie secret tapes and players being smeared with lie campaigns).

    WHat gets me is that you think anyone actually believes a word you say Duncon, you have NO credibility whatsoever, and any business venture or potential future employer only has to googel your name to find out exactly what kind of a conning, fraudulent, thieving virus you truly are.

    The end of KT will be the end of Oldham. No wonder he’s clinging on to the delusion.

  2. deiseach Says:

    The whole book debacle demonstrates the futility of trying to get the fat git undone by legal means. He took money off people for a product that never materialised, yet the customer has to do all the legwork to get their own money back. You’d probably have to expend more time and effort than a fiver is worth to get it back, so he gets to keep a multiple of those not-worth-the-bother fivers. It’s larceny, pure and simple, but because it’s that funny Intraweb thing the authorities shrug their shoulders and say the spotty geeks should be more careful. The blog can continue to highlight these lies so the spotty geeks can be kept informed, but the Rupert fantasy of compiling a fat dossier that can be presented, amidst much media fanfare on the steps of the building, to the gumshoes of the Serious Fraud Office was always expecting too much

  3. Tom Says:

    He’s now stating that it didn’t include any damaging info about the club. In his original snake oil pitch to sell the thing, he ranted on about things in the book the “suits wouldn’t like” a shocking expose of life at anfield. Many parted with their money based on that sales patter. What a liar dunc is. deary me.

  4. Andy Says:

    Here’s a small sample of the sales pitch for the book mentioned by Tom above. It clearly contradicts Oldham’s current statement that “there’s no way I would include anything that would damage the club in the slightest”.

    http://web.archive.org/web/20030411201503/www.koptalk.com/shop/book.shtml

    * The CCTV footage of one of Anfield’s biggest stars that is locked away in a vault in the city. The media know it exists and offers of £50,000 have so far been rejected!

    * A former Liverpool legend caught with his pants down in the editor’shouse!

    * Why did Liverpool FC threaten to take his season tickets off him

  5. Tubby Says:

    Topics will include:

    * The CCTV footage of one of Anfield’s biggest stars that is locked away in a vault in the city. The media know it exists and offers of £50,000 have so far been rejected!

    * Details of a threatening phone call from a Liverpool based journalist who warned about not publishing a certain article and how he begged for his identity not to be revealed on the site when the editor informed him he was going to publish his threats on KopTalk – the article was published!

    * The national journos who wanted to rock the Anfield boat and how they wanted to do it

    * The numerous requests to create fake transfer speculation from various people in the game

    * What really happened the night before Robbie Fowler’s shock move to Leeds and why did KopTalk insist on the eve of that transfer that he was not leaving when we knew he was

    * How the editor was swooped on at a bank when paying money into a VIP columnist’s bank account because they thought the account holder was laundering money!

    * Every tale and experience relating to the suits that made attempts to buy KopTalk and the deals that were rejected. For the first time you’ll discover who made substantial offers and learn if Liverpool FC really did make an approach following such rumours at the time

    * You will learn how the editor begged solicitors to take him to court when they tried it on over the years

    * Why the proposed share offer had to be withdrawn following in excess of £1million worth of applications

    * The VIP apology when a certain individual was trapped by the editor following a planned attack on the site

    * The upsetting tale of how the editor was threatened to turn his back on the site’s passionate readers in return for financial incentives or face possible legal action in the courts – who would ask such a thing?

    * A former Liverpool legend caught with his pants down in the editor’s house!

    * The relationships formed with those at Anfield, those associated to the club and those in the national media

    * Details of the threats put on the editor’s family for printing controversial articles and news items

    * The columnist threatened with the sack if he continued to be associated to KopTalk

    * The Liverpool players the editor desperately tried to protect and why

    * Learn his true feelings about various subjects associated to the club and why he has them

    * Why did Liverpool FC threaten to take his season tickets off him

    PLUS much, much more!

  6. deiseach Says:

    “The upsetting tale of how the editor was threatened to turn his back on the site’s passionate readers in return for financial incentives or face possible legal action in the courts – who would ask such a thing?”

    Oh yeah, upsetting!

  7. Tubby Says:

    Duncan Oldham should have the letters ‘FFF’ follow his name.

    Duncan Oldham, FFF.

    Fake, Fraud, and Found out.

  8. B Zanetti Says:

    Dunk frequently has images of Ray Winstone as his avatar. I can only assume this is because in his fantasies, he sees himself as a hard man, a ‘geezer’, someone with street nous that you wouldn’t want to mess with.

    Rather a far cry from a cowardly, obese recluse, then.


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