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PhilC

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  1. They really are such a ****ing bunch of deluded ****ing ****s. (Sorry I am in a bad mood today so needed to vent some anger, and this felt appropriate)
  2. Good to hear. Thanks for the update.
  3. Oh no. Let's just hope that's speculation at the moment, and it isn't too serious. Fans were very patient when the concourse was blocked. Again, stewards and paramedics did a very good job.
  4. It's with great regret to say a fan in the south stand took ill towards the end of the match today. Unfortunately he needed medical assistance and air before he left the ground in an ambulance. Incredibly sad to see, and makes the result become pretty irrelevant. The stewards had to stop fans from exiting the south stand so that the patient could be put on a stretcher and transported to the ambulance as soon as possible. I was at the front and it was incredibly difficult to witness what was happening. I had, and still have a lump in my throat. The stewards and St. John's ambulance did a fantastic job managing the situation from what I could see. I am sure the rest of you will wish our fellow red all the best, and a quick return to good health.
  5. I think I agree with those who have said it's only a small allocation so some people would have missed out anyway, but I imagine people were not expecting to miss out due to not knowing the tickets were on sale! I would have been thoroughly disappointed if that was the case as this has been on my radar since the fixtures came out, but fortunately @Citybirdwas on hand to drop me a WhatsApp this morning. I think the club should look into this as it is a bit poor.
  6. Delighted with The Glos promotion, although I am already worried about next season!
  7. Hooray! Here comes the rugby loving anti-football fascist!* (*What an unintelligent comment...)
  8. I was out having drink after work tonight and pointed out to one of the prowed loyal and true that we will have 3x, almost 4x more than their attendance vs Gillingham. His response...? "You sound bitter" #gaslogic
  9. Careful, you'll be labelled unintelligent with comments like that....
  10. Thanks for your reply. I have refrained from replying to a number of your posts on various occasions, mostly because I don't like to get involved in confrontation on the forum, and also because I don't want to waste my time with attention seekers such as yourself. However, on this occasion, you have my attention, so well done. Firstly, the comment itself was a joke. Obviously I would not want to eat my own cock. Sometimes on this forum people like to have something called "a laugh"... You should try it some time. The comment was not serious, and I do not take life on this forum as seriously as you do. Further to that I did not question the size of Leeds United FC. I am aware that they are seen as a big club, so I am not sure why you thought that was relevant. The reason that I do not want to watch the documentary is because I find Leeds fans very tedious, they take themselves very seriously, and are very condescending to other people. Does that sound familiar Swampy? Every time there is a post where the topic is, or simply mentions, trouble at football, general fan behaviour at football (oh those naughty swear words), or drinking at football, up you pop with your opinions on how well behaved rugby fans are, how much better the match day experience is, there's no trouble at rugby because rugby fans are oh so well behaved (proven to be untrue), and just how stupid and unintelligent all those drunk fighty football fans are. It has become incredibly tedious to see you keep rolling out this rhetoric, and as previously mentioned it's attention seeking more than anything else, as you keep repeating the same thing over and over, and you know you'll get a reaction. Finally.... how dare you come on to an internet football forum and question other peoples intelligence. (I know this isn't the first time you have done this) Who do you think you are with that kind of attitude? You have never met me, you know absolutely nothing about me, my personal life or my history. Yet you think for some reason you can be condescending to myself and others. In fact not just others but football fans in general on a football forum. You are entitled to your opinion on here as we all are, however your self-righteous, condescending, smug attitude absolutely stinks and is becoming increasingly unwelcome. I look forward to your well thought out intelligent reply....
  11. I'd rather eat my own cock than watch that shit.
  12. It's a disgrace. Wimbledon should clearly pay for their third kit and face a points deduction for the inconvenience to the gas....
  13. Stop it, you'll set me off again... I saw the bit about ashes being scattered in the goalmouth at Gigg Lane. When I go, this is what I want at Ashton Gate. I agree, it's not just a football club, it's my life.
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