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Bar BS3

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  1. Why would a plastic Manc have any particular dislike or rivalry of either Man City or Liverpool...? It would be utterly ridiculous for a Man Utd “fan”, who’s never been to Manchester, let alone Old Trafford, to have a dislike of a team because they are local to them..!
  2. It’s not about who they hate the most. Surely it’s about their own hopes of finishing 4th..?! Surely, in reality, it’s only been the plastics on social media and the press stirring it up, and any real Man Utd fan would have wanted to win tonight, regardless of where it likely sent the premiership crown. United are hardly sat in mid table obscurity and the points are vital for them.
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    Meadow Lane, being a non league ground seems mad..!
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    Still doesn’t stop this being any less amusing..!
  5. Always nice to see Man Utd losing 7 of their last 9 games..!
  6. You didn’t find the City/United Aguerooooo! Title race more interesting than this one, which isn’t really very interesting. City are likely to win every game, so it’s always been theirs to throw away, which they haven’t and probably won’t now. Fair play to Liverpool for making them work for it, but, well.... meh
  7. Have you not read the article..? It’s fairly self explanatory.
  8. I’d hope not, until it’s sold out.
  9. Blimey! We’re the images being produced by Bristol Rovers..?!
  10. How the hell did you manage a thread title AND an OP, without mentioning his name...?! I bet you don’t work in the media..!
  11. For anyone who’s not into betting... this basically means that if you put £10 on, then you lose £10..!
  12. I wouldn’t class sitting in front of the TV as being very committed. It’s misguided (imho) to be one of those getting coaches from Temple leads to go and watch other teams, but at least they are actually going. You often here the most plastic fans spouting out the old “but you can’t get tickets” line. Bollocks..! I bet if I really wanted a ticket to the Manc derby tonight, then I’d have been able to get one. Likewise with any other game. I’m sorry, but with football so easily available (location wise) to pretty much everyone, there is no reason to not support a team who you are local too. Even if you then follow one of the big boys as a secondary thing. To regard sitting in front of a TV screen as the only way that you watch the team you “support” is a joke. Even the tv coverage of lower league football (championship down) is having an effect on attendances. Especially away followings and it’s terrible for the game.
  13. As someone’s already posted above, for anyone who goes to more than a handful of games, and therefore really should have membership, it’s £27. That’s not bad pricing at all.
  14. Not really necessary. The grounds already (half) full of massive tits..!
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