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81. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 02:02 BST
I hate them! And alot of them go to Old Trafford. You can be singing your heart out, giving it your all, whilst they're having soup and sandwiches (seriously I've seen it, mid game, aaagh). I've spent many years 'dan sarf' and watched as they all shifted from United supporters to Chelsea supporters overnight. And now they're back again!
Edited on Wed 5th August, 2009 @ 02:05 by Machu
82. Posted: Wed 5th Aug 2009 02:04 BST
Hey, and if you like football, join the fun.
83. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 02:25 BST
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Great game, even better result. And that new boy Valencia was excellent, might have to re-think and put him in my Nintendo Life: Fantasy Football League team. Yeah.
84. Posted: Thu 6th Aug 2009 23:56 BST
Well most of you wont believe this !!! and it will show my age !!!! but i support the team from the place i was born........Southampton (The Saints) i know i know such a quaint old custom LOL
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85. Posted: Fri 7th Aug 2009 01:40 BST
Erm, yeah, you lookin' for trouble mate?!
If I told you that from an early age, I had a simple choice laid out before me. Align with Mother (Manchester United), or align with Father (Portsmouth), I need explain no further, especially to someone from Southampton Which is a lovely place btw, spent many weeks there as a kid. Hope you guys turn it around anyway, be good to see you lot back in the Prem. Well, saying that, Southampton were United's bogey team for some years, yes I remember the grey kit, what a joke! Le Tissier... legend!
Join the fantasy football team btw.
86. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 13:24 BST
This is for any Chelsea fans out there. Can't wait for the match!!!
87. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 15:05 BST
LOL, that's just weird
Southampton isn't far off my hometown, Bournemouth. Some of my family are saints supporters, particularly my grandfather on my Mum's side. They hate Portsmouth FC with a passion. I don't get to go up there very often though, wish I could (Might go up more next year when I turn 17 and get a car).
I support Man Utd (My dad's side support them as well) and my home team, AFC Bournemouth. I used to have season tickets until my parents divorced ( ) a few years ago and I was there when they went to the Millenium stadium for the play-off final against Lincoln quite a few years ago and won 5-2. I was so relieved that they avoided relegation last year after getting their points deducted. Hopefully, this'll be a much better year for them.
Edited on Sun 9th August, 2009 @ 15:07 by Terra
88. Posted: Sun 9th Aug 2009 19:30 BST
STUPID REFEREE!!! AAAGH!!
89. Posted: Mon 10th Aug 2009 13:04 BST
Erm, yeah, you lookin' for trouble mate?! If I told you that from an early age, I had a simple choice laid out before me. Align with Mother (Manchester United), or align with Father (Portsmouth), I need explain no further, especially to someone from Southampton Which is a lovely place btw, spent many weeks there as a kid. Hope you guys turn it around anyway, be good to see you lot back in the Prem. Well, saying that, Southampton were United's bogey team for some years, yes I remember the grey kit, what a joke! Le Tissier... legend!Join the fantasy football team btw.
Ahh i see you really didnt have a choice to make then LOL ..........just joined the "Fantasy league" ......i think !!!!
90. Posted: Wed 12th Aug 2009 19:20 BST
COME ON ENGLAND!!! WOOOH!
91. Posted: Thu 13th Aug 2009 17:28 BST
I support my fathers team - Celtic & my home team Doncaster Rovers, I can tell you a few stories about glory supporters, back at the begining of the decade DRFC were floundering in the conference and Leeds were near the top of the premiership and playing Champs League football, there were 100 Leeds shirts for every 1 DRFC shirt around Doncaster, fast-forward 5 years and Rovers have climbed to the Championship (some achievement i may add) after beating Leeds in the play off final at Wembley. Guess the ratio of Leeds to Rovers shirts in Doncaster now, i haven't seen a Leeds shirt for about 2 years.
This is good
92. Posted: Thu 13th Aug 2009 19:01 BST
I hate am not fond of Leeds fans. They're some of the worst, an angry bunch for sure, but then they have good reason to be, Ha!Not a bad start for you lot at the weekend, do you think you can get close to promotion or will survival do?
Oh and being a United fan, Celtic is automatically my 2nd team, that's what I was told as a lad anyway.
93. Posted: Thu 13th Aug 2009 20:17 BST
If we perform like we did after Christmas last Season we can win the Championship, but being realistic anywhere in the top half of the table will be fine, i think we need a few seasons in the championship to steady the ship at this level before pushing for promotion. As for Celtic if they can beat Arsenal and qualify for the Champs League that would be good, if only for the financial boost as their is no cash in scottish football at the minute and i fear they may end up cut adrift from the rest of Europe's elite if they miss out on the cash European football brings, it doesn't look good when championship clubs are outbidding Celtic and Rangers for players.
94. Posted: Fri 14th Aug 2009 02:23 BST
Couldn't agree more. The situation in Scotland isn't good, and the Setanta issue didn't help much either I bet.
£80 million for Ronaldo?! I'm glad we jumped when we did because it's a lot of money, but I find it all a bit vulgar tbh, I don't know how Real get away with it. Kinda glad we let the cash go back into the club (aka the Glaziers pockets), I think the squad we've got is plenty.
Oh, and I'll be cheering on Celtic against the Arse' you can count on that.
Good luck at the weekend.
95. Posted: Sat 15th Aug 2009 15:08 BST