Posté 05 décembre 2010 - 10:34
Posté 05 décembre 2010 - 10:43
Just think, another few weeks and the real stuf starts
Posté 05 décembre 2010 - 12:52
I wouldn't waste my time on leaving a message on the soccer forum. Most of them seem to be juveniles who can't express themselves properly.
Posté 05 décembre 2010 - 01:39
Clearly a little man with a pack on McCains on his shoulder who likes to watch grown men act like little girls.
I was never the biggest or hardest guy on the field, but I never went down crying from getting a little tap on the ankle.
I'm sure Mr McCain will be on here soon using his "swear filter".
Keep your soccer and I'll keep my footy!!
Posté 05 décembre 2010 - 02:35
Looking forward to seeing you all at Spotland in Febuary.
Who cares -Wins!!!
AKA. Winston Smith
Give 'em a fair trial..........and then hang 'em"
Posté 05 décembre 2010 - 05:04
Posté 05 décembre 2010 - 07:18
Posté 05 décembre 2010 - 09:00
Having said that,harpic,give it a try. Maybe I'm wrong and I'll be interested to read your thoughts.
Posté 05 décembre 2010 - 09:27
Just read this through - absolutely disgusted. Interesting that the bad rap in sport for many years centred around football hooligans not rugby or any other sport for that matter. Stupid game played by a bunch of jumped up wanna be glamour boys who are softer than santa's beard - never did like football but suffer a certain red and white team for my husband.
Posté 06 décembre 2010 - 10:07
Anyone with a name that sounds like a euphemism for breaking wind is bound to have a chip on his shoulder about something or other.
Posté 06 décembre 2010 - 10:37
I have learnt to stand well away from the other Barrow supporters as they have a hard core of foul mouthed yobs among them. The language that even the teenage girls amongst them is both homophobic and racist.
Last season I attended the two biggest wins that Barrow teams enjoyed. Castleford in the Challenge Cup and Stevenage in the FA Trophy.
The Castleford game was easily the most enjoyable atmosphere. At Wembley a fight broke out and once again those idiots made me ashamed to be a Barrovian.
Bears and Barrow
Posté 06 décembre 2010 - 01:28
I took my son last year it was appalling fighting just by us we had never been before but i would never go again this is def not a family sport if you are loud mouthed up for a fight then go if not and want a family sport go to the rugby
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