Discussion in 'football' started by passenger, Jul 20, 2018.
I liked the confused baby.
But enough about Benteke
Poor match really. Palace didn't have to get out of second gear, Donny didn't have one.
I used to work with a guy from Doncaster. He gave everyone in the office a donny rovers mug when the got back into the league in 2003 or 4, forget which.I drained some ancient fat into earlier today as general display of contempt
HAHA!! I am able to curse the competition
Anyone got a Leicester mug that needs defiling?
Local ales were superb. Donny pressed and harassed impressively well. Palace fans smashed it, including concourse mosh, and being applauded out of the ground by the locals. Professional shut-down job by the team and progress as prescribed.
Sorry it didn't look all pretty on the box .
It must be pretty shit being a chels fan in comparison.
Yeah. Our trophy cabinet has been empty for years, we're in a final later this month, we look good in Europe and are in the battle for top four, as well as a big game tomo.
Makes me wanna strip my top off and wear an ultras mask.
Do you get to actually, you know, participate in any of that? Or do you just have to read about it or watch it on the box?
A lot of Arsenal mates can only attend once or twice a season now. Both Emirates and the Bridge seem completely dead. ''Supporting' a big club seems cack these days.
As others have said, I really hope this chap's head injury wasn't too serious:
I was probably, you know, actually, participating in "that" when you were in nappies and when we weren't classed as a "big" club so save your sanctimonious shit for your fierce rivals down in Brighton. They are very much your level.
That's exactly what I'm talking about - the good old days of proper support down at the Bridge. Long gone now and doesn't it show? Had to keep reminding myself that last night's game was not at Old Trafford cos all I could hear was United. Thoroughly embarrassing. And you've got the nerve to criticise our game . At least we back our team regardless of the opposition .
Going through my fathers stuff (still) found two old photo's
Venables is the only one that looks the part.
eta: Cannon looks like he's out of the Wild West.
Most do, with hands in pockets, thumbs left out, like a hand on a gun.
Mal always looked the part. They always looked happy, like they were enjoying themselves as well.
Yeah, but Venables looks like he really will send someone round to your house.
He did, did he not to Goldberg's
Trust me, when our nu-fans put their camera-phones away they can be a noisy bunch, even it it means joining in with the away fans singing "you're getting sacked in the morning"
Nieve Petruzziello, a brilliant footy blogger who does a series called The Price of Football, enjoyed our support over the weekend:
She seems to support a few clubs and rate everyone's atmosphere.
Yeah, she's a roving blogger. The atmos on Sunday was crazy though, and does seem to have captured a lot of attention .
People were left talking about one thing following Palace's win at Doncaster
Etc., etc. for about half the internet on Monday .
I can remember going to away grounds in the lower leagues; Hartelpool, Bury, Preston, Wrexham, Port Vale Etc. and we literally took over the grounds
in numbers and noise. At one point, the discussion wasn't were we going to win lose or draw but how many would we win by today. Oh Happy Days.
That was up there with some of the most enjoyable trips I've done following Palace. Not quite in the league of Peterborough away a few seasons back, but reminiscent.
You could take over any of those grounds with a mini bus to be honest.
Two good results for us last night; just hope we can take advantage of it later at the crisp packet.
Great result today. Roy sets new records and the premierships oldest ever manager, gawd bless him.
the demolition man
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