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What is so good about blokes kicking a little ball around for 1 and a half hours?

*Gets concrete bricks thrown at his head*
 

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Coxster said:
What is so good about blokes kicking a little ball around for 1 and a half hours?

*Gets concrete bricks thrown at his head*

Take it you never been to a Ladies Match? :P
 

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Coxster said:
What is so good about blokes kicking a little ball around for 1 and a half hours?

*Gets concrete bricks thrown at his head*


I agree with you, I dont like sports, but I have a favourite footie team.
 

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Coxster said:
What is so good about blokes kicking a little ball around for 1 and a half hours?

*Gets concrete bricks thrown at his head*

Take it you never been to a Ladies Match? :P

then again what about a local derby between newcastle :D and that small obscure team called sunderland
 

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TheSlash: I'm going to Fratton Park on Boxing Day (got a lift in the end, no sodding trains!), looking forward to taking all the points! :lol:
Prepare to be disappointed then, Perrin got booted out Thursday
 

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Coxster said:
What is so good about blokes kicking a little ball around for 1 and a half hours?

*Gets concrete bricks thrown at his head*

TBH, I agree here. These people get paid 1000's pounds, to kick a round object around. :lol:

Certainally, when you are at school, supporting a top footie team is a good way of making friends, & so important for your status if you see what I mean
 

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Jim said:
Certainally, when you are at school, supporting a top footie team is a good way of making friends, & so important for your status if you see what I mean
But if you do support 1 of the top teams, you get called a glory hunter......

One question to all you fans out there. When was the last time you went and watched your team? ;)

To answer my own question, it was the 29th October when we beat Oldham Pathetic (oops :oops: should read Oldham Athletic) 4-2 :lol:
 

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Coxster said:
What is so good about blokes kicking a little ball around for 1 and a half hours?

*Gets concrete bricks thrown at his head*

I agree. And then they get plastered all over the papers and the news because they can kick a ball around, then having extracted enough money from that avenue go back and sue the papers for "breaching their privicy" etc etc...
 

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You boys are all mad! Stuart Pearce's Blue And White Army - Psycho Psycho Psycho !!!
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Citeh fans are in the doghouse I hear for booing during the minute's silence for George Best... hope my lot can get a result tomorrow to shut the Reds up bleating on about him.

Last time I went - I should have been at White Hart Lane last week but my Dad 'forgot' to post our application for tickets on time :cry: . So that'll be the West Brom game three weeks ago, then, and off to the Man USA game tomorrow. I have a season ticket.
 

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I'm not a football fan really, but i use to be a follower of Carlilse. (Yes, i know it's at the other end of the country, but it's the terminus of the S & C :D (excluding the services that run into Scotland))

I'm more of a golf man. No comments about the small balls please!!!!!
 

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I'm not a football fan really, but i use to be a follower of Carlilse. (Yes, i know it's at the other end of the country, but it's the terminus of the S & C :D (excluding the services that run into Scotland))
Someone has to support them I suppose :lol:

ChrisA said:
I'm more of a golf man. No comments about the small balls please!!!!!
I wouldn't dream of making a comment ;) :lol:
 
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