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4/26/06 6:18 AM
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Shotgun Mick
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"I'm hopefully moving to London soon so I think I'll pick a team to support when I move" This statement is so wrong. You shouldn't be able to pick your team, you should be born into it.
4/26/06 6:35 AM
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4/26/06 6:56 AM
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4 Toon fans. TOON ARMY!!
4/26/06 7:21 AM
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Well if you do make sure you don't make an easy choice. Choose someone in the lower leagues instead of Chelsea or Arsenal.
4/26/06 7:26 AM
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Liverpool and England. Was born in Wales, but they have no business having a football team. Welsh people play Rugby, and sing. AND THAT IS ALL.
4/26/06 7:28 AM
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They farm too don't they Tony? You might have to wait a few years to see Millwall in the Premiership Joe.
4/26/06 7:59 AM
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BaldTony
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Welsh people should do two things. Rugby and singing. Rugby, sing and farming. The three things Welsh people should do are Rugby, sing and farm. And coal mine. The FOUR things. I'll come in again
4/26/06 8:18 AM
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"You shouldn't be able to pick your team, you should be born into it." I don't agree with that. Why you support a team can vary a lot. It might be where you're born, who your parents support, etc. I can even accept that you liked the shirt, as long as you were five years old when you made the commitment and you stand by it. Secondly, there's automatically going to be a difference with teams in other leagues. To most people it's more about having a favourite than truly being a supporter. I expect to see Barca-Arsenal play each other in Paris and I'm not going to have any worries. I'll just enjoy the game. The important thing is that you never ever switch after you made a commitment and that you always stand by your original club in international play. If Arsenal ever plays Djurgården I'd be happy to see Fredrik Ljungberg suffer a career ending injury.
4/26/06 9:07 AM
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LOL @ Tony! The passion of a fan who is born into it and supports their home town team cannot be matched by someone who has picked their team. If it's your hometown team it is as if they are representing you.
4/26/06 9:54 AM
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I'll give you a guy who picked another team to spite his older brother and pays for it every day in school. He's going to grow up pretty passionate, too.
4/26/06 10:15 AM
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You'd probably like Alonso at Liverpool. One of the best most intelligent passers in the game, but he's also a right dirty sod when he wants to be. One small nitpick. Liverpool are the Reds. United are the Red Devils. The association with Satan is quite explicit. You cut Ronaldo down and Keano would put your ass down hard there was a fantastic example of that kind of thing in the last England game. Wright-Phillips and Peter Crouch came on together as subs. Then two minutes later, Wright-Phillips(who is 4 foot 8) got clattered, and Crouch(6 foot 7)ran over to look after him. It made my day, especially as Crouch is probably only as hard as my Mum.
4/26/06 11:42 AM
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"I'd be happy to see ???????? suffer a career ending injury." That sucks - that is such a classless thing to say about any player.... GF
4/26/06 12:18 PM
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I guess you don't approve of chants either...
4/26/06 1:09 PM
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4/27/06 4:27 AM
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"I guess you don't approve of chants either..." 'Course I do Mr Bowie - just not ones which might promote or celebrate a "career ending injury" - just my view obv.... GF
5/9/06 11:36 PM
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liverpool fc
5/12/06 8:57 AM
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BaldTony
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Liverpool FC (as hard as Hell. United, Tottenham, Ar-se-nal. Watch my lips, and I will spell, coz they don't just play but they can rap as well!) Nationally I support England, even though I was born in the Wales. Wales have no business playing Football, and should stick to Rugby.
5/18/06 2:49 AM
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LOL @ BaldTony's Monty Python Skit. My Teams would be: Newcaslte United and England. Although in the last couple of years I have been catching quite a few 'FC Ryukyu' games too. So even though they are shit, I guess I could be classed a supporter.
5/21/06 12:17 PM
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1.Chelsea/Boca Juniors 2.Vancouver Whitecaps 3.Villareal 4.Borussia Dortmund 5.Cruz Azul 6.Corinthians 7.National Team:Argentina The two tied for #1 and Vancouver are non negotiable, but every other team I dig depends on whether or not they have a player I like.
5/22/06 6:31 AM
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Lol at supporting 6 teams. Anyway I support my legs cos they support me.
5/22/06 12:49 PM
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Who supports six teams *LOL*? As an american footy fan, it's no so strange.
8/15/06 10:46 AM
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ttt for any n00bs.
8/16/06 5:45 PM
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Glasgow Rangers.
8/17/06 3:35 AM
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DJStudd what part of the body is that tat on? I can't seem to figure it out.
8/17/06 4:14 AM
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"DJStudd what part of the body is that tat on? I can't seem to figure it out." LOL !!

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