The championship thread 2017-18

Discussion in 'football' started by sealion, Jun 21, 2017.

  1. sealion

    sealion Conscientious selector

    They are used to swamping and bullying teams with there big following. They can't and never will be able to handle us!
     
  2. brixtonblade

    brixtonblade Well-Known Member

    That's a fucking disgrace
     
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  3. sealion

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    They won't be on dragons den for a while yet :D The half and half scarves themselves are big in the prem and another step towards sanitizing football. Go to a West ham, Arsenal or palace game and you have blokes sitting in the home end wearing away team colours :mad:
     
  4. sealion

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  5. sealion

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  6. brixtonblade

    brixtonblade Well-Known Member

    What was the problem?
     
  7. sealion

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    They breached regulations on ticket pricing and overcharged us £9 on an adult ticket. They are now refunding the difference.
     
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  8. mod

    mod A modernist

    Fulh
    Good signing for us. Means young Ryan Sessegnon can move up to his more natural attacking left side midfield position and is in fantatsic form as are the team.....finally.

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  9. sealion

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  12. sealion

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  13. mod

    mod A modernist

    Fulham continue their raise under the radar. Lovely!
     
  14. pocketscience

    pocketscience Well-Known Member

    Tim Cahill returns to Millwall!

    oi oi sealion surprised you haven't already posted this - u still knocking one out?
    :D
     
  15. BCBlues

    BCBlues Lend us a Twenner

    Two good results for West Midlands teams tonight.
    Villa looking very tight defensively again and Blues with a vital win.

    They meet a week Sunday, should be a cracker.
     
  16. mod

    mod A modernist

    I went to The Den last night with a couple of Millwall mates and enjoyed a very entertaining 0-0 draw. I'm a Fulham fan btw.

    I was very surprised by the low gate of 10,931. The Derby contingent was especially poor considering their position. They brought about 800 (at a guess). The atmosphere was surprisingly quiet too.

    Derby look a very strong side. Especially in the first half which they dominated. They pass the ball very well and their movement off the ball is fantastic. Their stand out players were Huddleston and the right back Wisdom who looks a real talent. Nugent was OK. Nothing special and was replaced. Chris Martin wasn’t in the squad and Baird didn’t come off the bench unfortunately. Would have been good to see him play again.

    Millwall are a very, very direct side. I really wouldn’t fancy watching that style of football every week. A lot of the home crowd are frustrated but their style of play but support for Neil Harris is still strong. They relinquish procession time after time with long hopeful balls and invite pressure on themselves constantly. But saying that, they actually had the better chances in the game. There’s plenty of spirit and fight in their side and I expect them to be safe this season. Onyedinma looked like a useful player when he came on. Skilful but lightweight.

    Did you go sealion ?
     
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  17. sealion

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    Had no internet for a week :mad: Im happy that the younger fans will see him in a wall shirt but im not fussed either way about his return. He's 38 now so probably not the player that left for bigger things many moons ago. I would be surprised if he starts games but will certainly have an impact as a sub.
     
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  18. sealion

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    Not a bad gate for a midweek fixture just after christmas. People are skint plus kids have school the next day so many empty seats. Im not going to talk about atmosphere with someone that watches his own team in morgue like surroundings :D What the fuck happened to all your support and why the clackers ?
    Not all the time. We had 2 of our main men out last night (winger and striker) and with such a small squad we have to play to our strengths.
    I could say the same about several teams in this league that pass sideways, backwards and sideways again but with no end product. We have a good home record and have beaten many so called big teams by playing joined up attacking football. If we went toe to toe with Derby we would have been easily beaten as there results would suggest.
    Spot on. He has no guts in him and will probably end up in the conference league.
     
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  19. pocketscience

    pocketscience Well-Known Member

    For sure only an impact player off the bench but with his sniffer instincts and heading ability, I think he will impact. Was always very clinical in the area so gotta be good for a handful of goals till the end of the season I'd say. Indirect bonus' are obvs his inspiration to the younger players and him raising the clubs international profile going into the world cup. Great signing imo.
    When Everton fans say they'd have him back it's gotta be worth it.
     
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  20. bromley

    bromley ...isn't as good as Lewisham.

    A Katrien Miere question for Wednesday fans.
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  21. brixtonblade

    brixtonblade Well-Known Member

    Someone send me the survey link...
     
  22. bromley

    bromley ...isn't as good as Lewisham.

    Last edited: Feb 6, 2018
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  23. brixtonblade

    brixtonblade Well-Known Member

  24. sealion

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  26. mx wcfc

    mx wcfc Well-Known Member

    Did you go to Reading on Saturday sealion ?

    Were we as shite as Reading fans are saying?
     
  27. sealion

    sealion Conscientious selector

    I promised myself after my last visit that i would never step in that place again. Im sticking to that promise. My mates went and said you were indeed shit.
     
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  28. sealion

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  29. The Octagon

    The Octagon Stop......Hammertime

    That's got to have been a hard call for Hecky (lifelong Barnsley fan), but to be honest he'd gone as far as he could with them and wasn't getting the backing from the club.

    If he turns Leeds around that's a big cap in his feather, if it goes tits up he's just another manager who couldn't make it work there, not too much downside.

    (Apart from not being able to have a drink in town for a while, that is :D)
     
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  30. The Octagon

    The Octagon Stop......Hammertime

    Also, bugger off with that questionnaire :mad:
     
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