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who do you support?
#1
Thought it might be interesting to have a gossip thread for those of us who follow football/support a team (as well as perving over the players!). Might take off, might not, nothing to lose,

So, I'll kick off by coming out as a Chelsea fan Approve I've supported them since I was 5 years old - which is a VERY long time KK, and I'm pretty excited for this season. We've started spending like overexcited lottery winners again, which is always fun, but we do have a blend of quality young academy players (Mount, James, Gilmour, Abraham etc) too,

My main worry about the team is that we're useless without the ball - a problem Derby had when Lampard was manager there too. Hopefully Thiago Silva & Chilwell will tighten us up defensively, but I think the fault lies throughout the team. We just don't press effectively,

One thing's for sure - we'll be exciting going forward and open as fuck at the back, LOL

Anyway, whoever you support (as long as it's not Spuds!), whatever division they're in, what are your hopes/fears for the season?
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#2
I support Manchester United. Since a child my dad bought me the jerseys, Dad then took me to the first home game of the 99/00 season and they paraded the treble around the stadium and since then I've been a proper fan, I enjoy football in general will watch any game really, my step dad and lil brother are spurs supporters so kinda picked up guilty pleasure a them, well I say them I mean dele and dier.
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#3
NUFC. Looking forward to another season of mid table mediocrity... Rolleyes
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#4
Coventry City some good looking players coming through - Callum O'Hare, Leo Ostigard, Gustavo Hamer to name a few
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#5
(19-09-2020, 10:43 AM)Stickyfingers Wrote: NUFC. Looking forward to another season of mid table mediocrity... Rolleyes

Mid-table mediocrity is good for Newcastle under Ashley, surely? LOL

At least you didn't get bought out by The Saudi royal family - that's got to be a plus?

(19-09-2020, 12:24 PM)cov182004 Wrote: Coventry City some good looking players coming through - Callum O'Hare, Leo Ostigard, Gustavo Hamer to name a few

Saw Coventry last night & thought they looked good. O'Hare's a cracking player. Despite giving the penalty away, I thought Mcfadzean looked decent too, Approve
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#6
I like Italian football the best, however, my 'English team' would be Arsenal as they brought Dennis Bergkamp to these shores. Also my best friend lived at their ground for many years.
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#7
(19-09-2020, 12:33 PM)Ollie2UK Wrote:
(19-09-2020, 10:43 AM)Stickyfingers Wrote: NUFC. Looking forward to another season of mid table mediocrity... Rolleyes

Mid-table mediocrity is good for Newcastle under Ashley, surely? LOL

At least you didn't get bought out by The Saudi royal family - that's got to be a plus?

(19-09-2020, 12:24 PM)cov182004 Wrote: Coventry City some good looking players coming through - Callum O'Hare, Leo Ostigard, Gustavo Hamer to name a few

Saw Coventry last night & thought they looked good. O'Hare's a cracking player. Despite giving the penalty away, I thought Mcfadzean looked decent too, Approve

I was relieved about that, but there are plenty of fans who would kill their own granny if it meant getting rid of Ashley...
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#8
As a Devonshire born lad for me it's Plymouth Argyle as me & my family used to live there.
But I also support Man Utd - as that was the team of my late brother and mother.

There's many a Man U player I've had fantasies over! (Beckham, Bardsley, Giggs, Alan Smith, to name but a few)
More difficult with PAFC players as they aren't so public - but Luke McCormick springs to mind.
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#9
As a born and bred Mancunian, I have always supported Man Utd since I was about 6. When I moved down to the midlands some years ago I thought it would be a good idea to also support a local club, so I also follow Wolves as well, but Utd will always be my first club.
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#10
I think Frank could be living on borrowed time at CFC now, sadly,

I know it's an overreaction & I really hope it won't happen, by our cuddly family-friend oligarch isn't exactly renowned for his patience or his sentimentality. I mean if we can sack Mourinho twice despite 3 league titles...I fear for Frankie, Shakes

The main problem is he lacks tactical nous, but that only comes with experience. Think he might have gotten the job too soon,

In other news, the new interpretation of handball is going well isn't it?,  LOL
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#11
I'm a life-long Liverpool fan, and in the summer of 2019 I went on the guided group tour of Anfield Stadium.

It was a fab experience sitting in both the dressing rooms (the away dressing room is obviously a fair bit less luxurious hehe), the press room, treatment room, players lounge, and of course the various stands and finally sitting down in the Kop.

The montage of Liverpool goals from the 70s to the present at the start of the goals gave me goose-bumps.

Especially having lived through all the disappointments of the 90s when we were regularly finishing 4th or 5th in the league, and only the FA Cup in 1992 and League Cup in 1995 to show for our efforts.

Who can forget : "Stan Collymore in stoppaaage tiiiiiiiiiiiiime!!" though Big Grin

Given the situation we're now in - I'm really glad I did that in that period between winning the Champions League again and winning the Premier League. It was great timing Smile

I'm feeling pretty confident about the season that lies ahead - I can't see Jurgen Klopp letting the standards drop: he's a big personality that insists upon improvements from an already successful team.
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#12
Gotta say the international games seem boring compared to the madness of the Premier League,  Loon

Think Ole is on borrowed time at Man U after Sunday, but WTF happened to Liverpool? Maybe teams are starting to work out how to play against the high press - I see Bayern (who have the most ridiculously high defensive line) have shipped 9 in their last 3 matches,

Strange times indeed,  Dodgy
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#13
(09-10-2020, 03:34 PM)Ollie2UK Wrote: Gotta say the international games seem boring compared to the madness of the Premier League,  Loon

Think Ole is on borrowed time at Man U after Sunday, but WTF happened to Liverpool? Maybe teams are starting to work out how to play against the high press - I see Bayern (who have the most ridiculously high defensive line) have shipped 9 in their last 3 matches,

Strange times indeed,  Dodgy

Hmm, last night wasn't about entertainment, it as about getting through.  Euro 2021 could still be a fantastic tournament, let's hope there's a place for fans.

Atalanta are the most entertaining team in European football IMO
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#14
Anyone interested in paying £14.95 to watch a match? Personally I think they've misjudged this quite badly, especially during a time when money is tight for lots of people. I'd rather watch the highlights on MOTD.
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#15
I find it disgusting that whilst the lower league clubs are facing ruin, the Premier League teams are still absolutely fixated in making as much money for themselves as is humanly possible.
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#16
Newcastle fans ended up donating £20,000 to a local charity after being asked to help out a local food bank instead of paying to watch the Man Utd match at the weekend. Other clubs have been doing the same thing. So at least something good has come out of this.
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#17
If you don't support Forest you're all dead to me... and don't get me started on Villa and their abduction of my favourite Matty! Angry Angry Angry
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#18
I used to sort-of support Forest.

When I was a kid, nobody supported the local team as they were shit. So everyone was either Man U or Liverpool. I wanted to be different (surprise) so supported Forest as my grandad was always going on about how wonderful Cloughy was.
Then later they got a young Roy Keane in tight white shorts.. and that sealed the deal.
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#19
(20-10-2020, 10:27 AM)ladsnet Wrote: I used to sort-of support Forest.

When I was a kid, nobody supported the local team as they were shit. So everyone was either Man U or Liverpool.  I wanted to be different (surprise) so supported Forest as my grandad was always going on about how wonderful Cloughy was.
Then later they got a young Roy Keane in tight white shorts.. and that sealed the deal.

So you're only sort of cool then! Big Grin 

But... a young Roy Keane!? You must be like 80!

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