Bleep1673

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You really are having a bad weekend, aren't you? And it is such a looooooong weekend, too!

You're not a Boomtown Rats fan, are you? Hope you like Mondays!

Thanks for reminding me. :angry:

First Hull game I'll miss at Wakey in absolutely yonks but I'm afraid I'm looking after number 1.

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"Warning! Steve May alert!"

I did feel my fingers strangely drawn to the 'Z' key as I typed.

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Oi!

:angry:

:D Apologies but you are prone to the odd sensitive reaction on the crowd front. :ph34r:

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Hull City 0 Watford 1. Marvellous.

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Hull City 0 Watford 1. Marvellous.

Your Easter just keeps getting better and better. Happy yet? Or do you want MORE? :D

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I think Villa might get another 8 points & just escape

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Not the best weekend as far as fans are concerned....

Not the best by any means and there is a 'visual' problem when stewards are told, apparently, to not enter the fray once it becomes a public order offence.

 

We're a long way from the dark days of the 70s and 80s - and, as ever, no sport should be complacent - but it's not good.

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Bluddy Targers now six points clear of third placed Watford with only four games left. Deary me.

 

I can see the gloryhunting season pass queues forming already.

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Not the best weekend as far as fans are concerned....

It flies in the face of popular opinion, but I went to the game Saturday, took my 4 year old and every Millwall fan we came into contact with was good spirited, felt more like an RL event than a football match. I think the vast majority of both sets of fans were enjoying "the day".

Shame the idiots stole the limelight, can't help but think for the vast majority in the Millwall end it was probably there first and last game of the season, unless there 32k there on Saturday have a rota for games at the Den!

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It flies in the face of popular opinion, but I went to the game Saturday, took my 4 year old and every Millwall fan we came into contact with was good spirited, felt more like an RL event than a football match. I think the vast majority of both sets of fans were enjoying "the day".

Shame the idiots stole the limelight, can't help but think for the vast majority in the Millwall end it was probably there first and last game of the season, unless there 32k there on Saturday have a rota for games at the Den!

 

The Millwall fans are clearly a bunch of pussies.

 

Not one of them, unlike our Geordie friends, attempted to punch a police horse.

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The Millwall fans are clearly a bunch of pussies.

 

Not one of them, unlike our Geordie friends, attempted to punch a police horse.

 

A group of Newcastle fans caused severe disruption to an amateur match when on their way to watch their side against Wigan Athletic. A lot of locals were deeply upset and offended. 

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A group of Newcastle fans caused severe disruption to an amateur match when on their way to watch their side against Wigan Athletic. A lot of locals were deeply upset and offended. 

Wigan Cosmos, poor stewarding/police work the away coaches arrive next to the pitches were the Sunday League teams arrive.

 

To be fair to Newcastle they've come good as a club, replacing damaged nets, the stolen match ball and there hosting Wigan Cosmos for a game against NUFC staff at St James Park once the season is over.  Doesn't make right what happened, but at least Newcastle are making the effort.

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Congratulations Cardiff, hope to see you next year against us

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I wonder if the re-brand matters to the Cardiff fans now?

 

I know that sounds snarky but I don't know how to write it more sincerely! Chuffed to see the Welsh derby in the Prem next year though.

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The Millwall fans are clearly a bunch of pussies.

 

Not one of them, unlike our Geordie friends, attempted to punch a police horse.

Reminded me of

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I wonder if the re-brand matters to the Cardiff fans now?

 

I know that sounds snarky but I don't know how to write it more sincerely! Chuffed to see the Welsh derby in the Prem next year though.

 

I think most fans have effectively ignored it.

 I don't have great knowledge about this. However: -

 - From reading comments in the Welsh press, the club is routinely referred to as the Bluebirds.

 - From watching tv footage; the away strip is still blue and white and that's what the majority of the fans have purchased.

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I wonder if the re-brand matters to the Cardiff fans now?

 

I know that sounds snarky but I don't know how to write it more sincerely! Chuffed to see the Welsh derby in the Prem next year though.

 

They are still called the Bluebirds.

 

The ones I know don't care.

 

Swansea v Cardiff was tasty back in the day.  Opposing fans even had a battle at a Glamorgan cricket match once.

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They are still called the Bluebirds.

 

The ones I know don't care.

 

Swansea v Cardiff was tasty back in the day.  Opposing fans even had a battle at a Glamorgan cricket match once.

 

Nice.  :dry:

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Nice.  :dry:

 

 

To be fair, that's the trouble with supporting them. No shortage of morons.

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To be fair, that's the trouble with supporting them. No shortage of morons.

 

I know, I lived in Cardiff for a bit. I worked with a few who supported them and they were great lads. But out and about in the city centre on match day, oh dear, some of them.

 

That said, I suppose you could say that about most football teams supporters; the majority are the good ones, but they have their bad ones.

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