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Which game are you going to watch/have you just watched?

Just come back from the Forest v Leicester City League Cup match. Very strange. The first half belonged to Forest who for a change passed the ball immaculately and effectively played our rivals off the pitch. 1-0 up at half time with the Leicester fans singing

Quote:
you're not famous anymore


and the Forest fans returning the compliment

Quote:
1-0 to the famous team
.

Local derbies don't you just love them. As the teams went down the tunnel 6 or 7 Leicester players re emerged as if the team talk was going to be held on the pitch. The annoucement was made 3 mins before the restart that the 2nd half was to be delayed by 15 mins. 10 mins later another announcement that a further 10 min delay was to be excpected. Then Colin Calderwood came onto the pitch and announced that the match was to be abandoned. Serious illness to a Leicester player who was whipped off to hospital. A respectful applause from the bemused crowd. As the stadium emptied the Forest fans taunted the City fans with one final

Quote:
same old Leicester . . . always cheating
.

I hope the Leicester lad Clive Clarke makes a full recovery, the match is rescheduled and Forest progress as they duly should.
Guest

Charlton v Stockport

We did our best to throw it away, defended atrociously in the second half but thankfully got a couple of late 'uns.

Next up won't be Palace away as orange twat Jordan is a greedy bastard and wants £30 a ticket for that slum in a second division game. No way I'm giving that turd or the scum any of my hard earned cash.
Guest

Went to Benfica v Naval on Saturday night - good game, cracking ground, Rui Costa magical, but absolute twat fans. You never hear about Portuguese football hooligans, but the Diablos are scum. Good to see the police wading in and smacking the ultras with truncheons, though!
Guest

Went up to Coventry to see us draw 1-1 yesterday, could/should have won but I'll take a point away. Not nice to see Dowie getting stick though.

The Ricoh's a nice place to watch football but is another soulless Lego ground with stand names like THE JEWSON END and THE TESCO STAND. Prefer Highfield Road.
Guest

Off to Wolves away tomorrow, reckon 1-1. Will put some money on Charlton/Draw and Wolves/Draw, good odds at 14/1 each.
Guest

I'm at Southampton for Uni so having Charlton down here on Saturday was a nice treat, one of the best away games I've been to that. Had a couple of mates down, had some good banter at the ground, last minute winner then I got chucked out after charging down the front. Got back in though.

Could have gone either way, we looked like we'd settled for the draw but then hit them on the break very late on. Hopefully we can build on that at Bristol City tomorrow, want to go over there for that but there's no trains after the game and I have work on Wednesday morning. Next match I get to will be Cardiff or Sheff Utd at home.
Curva Fiesole

Cheltenham Town vs Brighton in the FA Cup tomorrow - Cheltenham is my old home town and I followed them back in the old Southern Premier League.

Judging by this seasons results, the standard hasn't improved much since those days!
Dels

I watched the Hearts/Aberdeen match today. It was weird watching Aberdeen play in yellow & black. Entertaining game though.
Guest

Hmm. Original plan for next week was going to be Milan-Juve and Atalanta-Napoli.

70'000 tickets sold for Milan though while I'm yet to sort mine (waiting to hear back from a seasonticket holder), and Atalanta's Curva Nord shut meaning other areas of the ground will be busier than usual.

However, Samp-Reggina on the Saturday then Parma-Empoli or Torino-Genoa look do-able on the Sunday, or possibly still Atalanta. Should do the San Siro tour on the Monday too, missed out on that last time.

Edit: Yay, just heard I can borrow someone's Milan season ticket. In the 3rd tier but I'll just be happy to be there.
Dels

I'll be watching Hearts play Smeltic on saturday. Hoping against hope that the Hertz can do something. But I doubt it.
Guest

Roma v Man Utd woohoo!
Guest

Ended up at Milan-Juve and Parma-Empoli at the weekend, pretty strange atmosphere at both. Milan for their protests, and Parma for their gemelaggio with Empoli. All good fun though, hopefully Sicily next up.

Before that though will be a good few Charlton games, starting with Ipswich home and WBA away the following weekend.
Guest

Villa v Reading on Saturday - only my 3rd game of the season.
A 3-0 home win would be nice.
Curva Fiesole

Osprey v Gloucester on Saturday evening.

A 3-0 away win would be nice, if a little boring!
Guest

I went to Watford yesterday, my first game since Leicester away at the end of last month.

2 points lost, but there was other fun to be had with some old and funny chants being brought out (largely aimed at Simon Jordan).

Next up will be Scunthorpe in 2 weeks up among those dark, satanic mills, then the small matter of Palace 6 days later. Scum bag Jordan is charging his own fans £20 for a 7 mile coach journey across South London

I also need to start looking at going back to Italy, it'll either be Turin and Genoa, Pisa and Florence or Sicily (ideally seeing 2 games).
Curva Fiesole

Will be watching Atalanta - Fiorentina in a bar in Florence tomorrow night before going to Rome on Sunday to watch Italy - England in the 6 Nations.

Have a good weekend everyone - I will  
Myles

Enjoy Curva.

*soo jealous *
Guest

JORDAN WHAT'S THE SCORE? JORDAN JORDAN WHAT'S THE SCORE?

                             

12 years since they last beat us in the league, 12 years! It was worth getting relegated just for this, we did the double!!

Simon jordan's illegitimate,
he aint got no birth certificate,
hes got aids and cant get rid of it,
hes a palace baaastaaaard

Guest

Ahem.. I've gotten hold of an Arsenal v Milan ticket in the away end, should give me the BRN experience I missed last time at San Siro, and be completely unique for a Championship team fan such as myself.

Then it'll be off to Bramall Lane 10 days later.
Guest

its a pity its looking like a seriously understrength milan side to face arsenal but hope you enjoy it anyway. let us know how it goes!
Guest

Im just amazingly jealous of the lot of you.... its times like this when i just sit down and hit myself for not coming to europe for univ hahaha

interestingly, i was extremely close to going to prague, i even decided il support sparta praha over dukla just because sparta had a cooler name hahaha.... other european options included glasgow and bremen...  of course, im here in florida... but there are SOME perks to being here.. eg i actually got a car

anyway, enjoy your games, il make it to one soon enough, last proper game iv been to in person was umm trinidad and tobago vs bahrain in novemember 05... long time ago
Guest

poochiem wrote:
its a pity its looking like a seriously understrength milan side to face arsenal but hope you enjoy it anyway. let us know how it goes!

Went well ta, Milan rode their luck a bit but got the result they wanted and could have nicked it with a bit better linkup play. Pirlo and Kaka had shooting chances as well, but tried being too cute. Always good to stand with the BRN too, weren't as mental as last time I was with them but still good fun.

Myles

Going to Juve-Parma at the end of March.

Secco watch your back  
Liam

Went to see Leicester City play Bristol City earlier today.  It somehow ended 0-0 with Leicester missing about a dozen really good chances.  I don't know how Bristol City are top of the league on that performance.
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Liam wrote:
Went to see Leicester City play Bristol City earlier today.  It somehow ended 0-0 with Leicester missing about a dozen really good chances.  I don't know how Bristol City are top of the league on that performance.


I've seen Brizzle a few times this season (I'm 10mins from Ashton Gate here at uni) and they're very average, really. I think they'd be better off missing out on promotion for this season and strengthening the team for Premiership survival, otherwise they'll become a yo-yo side.

On the positive side, Gary Johnson's a terrific manager. Am I right in saying that if City finish top two, he'll have won promotion from every division from Conference up? Mighty impressive.
Liam

I think every side in the Championship would be a yo-yo side if they were to get promoted.  Every side I've seen at Leicester in recent years (Including Leicester), with the possible exception of West Brom last season would get annihilated in the Premiership like Derby have been.  The gap in quality is huge.

Gary Johnson has indeed done very well at Bristol City as their league position testifies.  Shame Ian Holloway doesn't have his management skills...
Guest

what about when the mighty owls trounced you 4-1???
you will never see 3 better goals in one game. FACT
check them out!!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_m6O_-KFJfM&feature=related
Guest

going to the Derby Romano next week http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bwOGvFR5mwc
Liam

zico wrote:
what about when the mighty owls trounced you 4-1???
you will never see 3 better goals in one game. FACT
check them out!!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_m6O_-KFJfM&feature=related

Didn't see that match, although it does stick in the memory unlike most of the extremely dull matches played out in recent seasons.
Guest

Was at the Barca v Villareal last weekend with my mates.
We pick some games we would like to see in a couple of leagues and then vote to see which one we go to.
This year it was barca that got it and had a very good weekend there. Shame Messi got injured against Celtic in the CL as I was looking forward to seeing him play.
Henry was poor and I would have subbed him before half time. Eto'o looks the part but seemed to be doing all the work up front on his own.
Senna for Villareal had a great game.
Don't know where next year will take us, just hope the wife will let me go as it is hard work watching the two young kids on her own.
Guest

zico wrote:
what about when the mighty owls trounced you 4-1???
you will never see 3 better goals in one game. FACT
check them out!!!!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_m6O_-KFJfM&feature=related


Not bad. Not up to Roma 5-1 Lazio though, when Montella scored one (of his four) from 25 yards, in off the crossbar, Stankovic lashed one into the far top corner from about 35 yards, and Totti scored the last one with a delicate chip over the goalkeeper from 25 yards, brushing the crossbar as it dropped in. Never seen three better goals in a game than that, off the top of my head.
Guest

next game? Derby della Capitale

Guest

Having had no sleep and being on a massive downer, the last thing I should have done yesterday was go to Charlton v Wolves. I did, and it was shit. And just to toy with my already fragile emotions, we get an equalizer in the 90th only for Wolves to make it 3-2 in the 94th. Season over.

I still might go to Plymouth away next week, but meh. All about Fiorentina v Palermo and Siena v Genoa in 3 weeks.
Guest

it can't be good to see mick mccarthy beat you! i truly feel sorry for you.

My next game is Roma v Manu on tuesday night. gonna need a whole lotta Magica now that Totti & Juan are missing.

the worst thing is the manu 'supporters' here, so smug but they can't even name half their team and only watch the edited highlights shows...whats the point in even arguing with them??
Guest

Sorry to see that the juve-parma game got canceled... according to this myles was supposed to go! thats just plain bad luck!
Condolences to the fan and his family... Luckily this is completely different to prior incidents and I think the mature response of the two teams and their fans may show that ... at least on the surface, some things have changed since those dark days...
Guest

poochiem wrote:
it can't be good to see mick mccarthy beat you! i truly feel sorry for you.

Former Millwall as well! I missed Plymouth away to go to Ebbsfleet v Woking, so of course we won. Havn't made any games since then and now our season's over, so my next Charlton one will probably be pre-season.

Considering I'm in Uni at Southampton, I havn't done too badly for myself this season, 8 home games, 8 away, plus 2 cup (1 home/1 away) and 2 away in pre-season.

As I said in the Viola thread I saw Fiorentina v Palermo on Saturday, then got the train down to Siena to see them play Genoa. Very impressive, picturesque town. I got a ticket a the corner of the Genoa area, they had been given about 2000 but took over a few of the home areas too, and put on a very good show. Not sure when I'll next make it to Italy, I finish Uni in 2 months which'll mean no more loans and being thrown out into the big bad, real world.
Guest

Hmm... Have had a boring afternoon so worked out how much I have spent watching Charlton battling their way to midtable obscurity this season, including tickets, travel, food, drink, etc...

8 home games have cost me approx £230, 8 away £455, plus 4 cup/pre-season £105, bringing me up to the grand total of round about £790. I need to sort my life out.

If you include Arsenal-Milan plus trips to Milan and Florence, that's not far from £1500. Hmm indeed.
Guest

Tomoz...

FC United v Skelmersdale

Unibond Div 1 North Play off final. Winners take a spot in the Unibond prem.

Come on FC...
Guest

GramercyRiffs wrote:
Tomoz...

FC United v Skelmersdale

Unibond Div 1 North Play off final. Winners take a spot in the Unibond prem.

Come on FC...


Anyway we did it.

Step 3 here we come...
http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=-EPM9nHC7Ho&feature=related
Guest

Off to see Newcastle against Chelsea in a few hours. Last home game of a pretty poor season that has only been worth wathcing in the past 7 games or so. However as much as I want us to hammer Chelsea it's going to hand the league to Manure so thats not ideal but 3 points for the toon is more important. Finished higher than boro nd the mackems so that was the high point of the season.
Guest

Five offer D-Day choice - watch Parma-Inter, Catania-Roma or both!
Curva Fiesole

Don't care - I'll be off to Gloucester to see if we can win the title we have already won!
Guest

Dulwich Hamlet v Charlton tonight, then we have Bilbao at home Saturday.

Missed Brighton on Saturday which might have been a laff, and also looks like I'm gonna miss Spurs v Roma.
Guest

.. Managed to borrow someone's season ticket for Swansea 2 weeks ago, and Reading today. Handy considering my abysmal financial situation at the mo, but need to start making some away games!
Guest

2-0 v Swansea H: Ok performance, good win.
4-2 v Reading H: Very good, very good.
1-3 v Wolves H: Poor performance, but against good team.
1-0 v Doncaster A: Pretty bad, but got the win.
1-2 v Sheff W H: Bad, bad, bad, bad...
?-? v Palace A: Dunno, but there'll be some good Jordan abuse.

After that hopefully Cardiff away before they move from Ninian into another new Lego ground.
Guest

Where can I watch the Milan derby
a) In London
b) Online (in case I havent finished my essay).
Guest

b) http://www.willhill.com/iibs/EN/betlivetv.asp#

You have to 'sign up' for WIlliam Hill's website, but no credit cards or anything, just name / email. Then it's a free stream. With alright commentary.
Guest

u r a *
Guest

Changes to Serie A fixture list all the way up to mid-January
Myles

Why is it every season they announce up to mid-January, then after that they only give 6 days notice of confirmed times. Means having to stay both Saturday and Sunday, thus costing more. You'd think they'd consider me when drawing up calendars!  
Guest

Myles wrote:
Why is it every season they announce up to mid-January, then after that they only give 6 days notice of confirmed times. Means having to stay both Saturday and Sunday, thus costing more. You'd think they'd consider me when drawing up calendars!  


It is because they already know the European fixture lists up until January.
Myles

I knew someone would say that  

They are known up to the 3rd week in February, besides the same happened in Serie B two seasons ago...so there  
Curva Fiesole

Myles - European rugby is just as bad.  I'm planning to go to Biarritz for the Gloucester match, which will be at some point over 23/24/25 January, the exact date won't be confirmed until mid-December, by which time the cheap flights will be gone.  Solution, book now and stay for 3 nights!
Guest

Hmm.. I really want to do the Genoa derby in December and was relying on one of Milan v Catania, Atalanta v Udinese or Torino v Viola being on a separate day so I could double up.

Chievo v Roma is on the Saturday though, so could fly to Milan but would then have a couple of train journeys which are 200 odd mile round trips when I want to do it on the cheap...
Guest

I'm sure you can get a fairly cheap(ish) off peak rail card to cover the Saturday evening journey? The sort that covers various routes/connections.

It's been a while but I remember using a company to get them here before I went, have a scout on Google there's a few about.
Guest

Just got my tickets for Villa v Ajax and Villa v Zilina in the UEFA cup - can't wait!
Guest

Micky wrote:
I'm sure you can get a fairly cheap(ish) off peak rail card to cover the Saturday evening journey? The sort that covers various routes/connections.

It's been a while but I remember using a company to get them here before I went, have a scout on Google there's a few about.

Thanks, I probs can't afford it now but will keep that in mind for a trip early next year if all goes to plan.

Went to Cardiff at the weekend, nice to stand on terracing for a change. Crappy old ground, but in a good way. Their new ground's right next to Ninian and looks pretty decent, but sadly another Lego affair.
Guest

Unfortunately the weekend past didn't see me in Genoa, but braving the cold in the 3 sided, dog turd surrounded mess called Bloomfield Road. £27 to sit in a temp stand with no roof, watching penniless, managerless Charlton fall to the foot of the Championship. This is literally the worst we have been in my life.

Other away game I made recently was Plymouth, but more importantly have got tickets sorted for Italy v Brazil at the Emirates!
zeds

diatribe wrote:

Other away game I made recently was Plymouth, but more importantly have got tickets sorted for Italy v Brazil at the Emirates!


Was looking at those, bloody expensive!
Myles

Juve-Bate

The camera on my mobile is shit but anyway here is a picture from the center of the east stand, row 5.

The players are warming up.



Click to see full size image
zeds

I'm in Barcelona over New Year's. Wanna catch the game v Mallorca. Does anyone know if i'll be able to get tickets on the day?
Mezz

Haven't been myself, but a mate of mine bought tickets on the official Barcelona website and picked them up at the stadium about two hours before the game.

You should be able to buy tickets on the day, as I can't see a match against Mallorca attracting a 90,000+ gate...
Guest

I went to a home game v Recreativo last season - about the same standard as Mallorca I suppose. I went to the stadium tcket office 2 hours before kick off and there were no queues and a very friendly English speaking attendant who showed me what was available on his PC monitor. There was a cracking little bar opposit the ticket office too (think it was called Mondo or Mondeo) - I paid €40 for a good seat in the first tier behind a goal. You could try buying tickets from a Servicaixa ATM machine (excellent idea, eh?) or buying from a tout if no luck.

Have a good'un - very jealous!
zeds

Thanks for the info folks.
Great news, so hopefully we can get the tickets on the day.
Ferret, is there much to do around the stadium other than the bar, as we'll probably have a few hours to kill after getting the tickets?
Also, what's the best mode of transport for getting back out after the game? metro?taxi? Our hotel will be near Las Ramblas.
Guest

From what I can remember it's full of brothels round near the Nou Camp, that might keep you occupied for a few hours.
Guest

We walked about 15 mins to the nearest metro and then got a direct underground train to Liceu (on Las Ramblas).

There's a good club museum (if it's open) attached to the ground and a massive Nike/Barca club shop and you might want to soak up the atmosphere/take some pics etc.

If you've got time, look at https://www.servicaixa.com/nws/de...3WWT09W8B49MKnQG0mTYnFDypnQ2xnwwQ!-1914403450!NONE?sesId=11224578&codSTK=CAS!servicaixa and maybe print the stadium plan off to show to the ticket attendant.
zeds

Thanks guys.
zeds

Just got back. Had a blast. The footy game, getting tickets etc. went very smoothly. So thanks again for the tips.

A shame Messi didn't play, but still an entertaining game nevertheless. Tickets were a tad expensive at 67 Euros (with the blasted exchange rate as it is!) but still not bad considering we were in the second tier, bang on the half way line.

Ooh and an unexpected bonus was when we were hanging around the entrance to the player's car park before the game and saw Hleb, Valdes, Pinto, Gudjohnsen, Messi, Keita all driving in. They were all in Audi's, which I guess is the Barca company car, except for Eidur Gudjohnsen who turns up to 'work' in an Escolade!!!
VB

Roma Vs Milan this weekend. Should be good  
VB

Watching Brazil V Italy tomorrow  

My brother is mega pissed off because he had hoped to see Kaka play  


verno

The Milan derby is showing on BBC 3 tomorrow (sunday) evening. Show starts at 7pm, k.o at 7.30.
Guest

Will it be shown on the bbc3 website?
Liam

Bobo32 wrote:
Will it be shown on the bbc3 website?

This link suggests it will be on the BBC website.
Guest

Good evening Myles, good evening boy and girls. I've just watched my first Italian match of the season. It was good. I really hope this football lark takes off in Italy. With a big sexy star like Beckham I'm sure it will tempt many Italians to try out this sport.
nino

It was good to see it on TV again. I'm getting sore eyes watching calcio on the net. Surely the BBC could cut down some of those astronomical wages and grab some Italian football rights. I know I wouldn't begrudge my license fee so much if they did.

Maybe a few congratulatory emails to the beeb wouldn't go amiss.
zeds

nino wrote:
It was good to see it on TV again. I'm getting sore eyes watching calcio on the net. Surely the BBC could cut down some of those astronomical wages and grab some Italian football rights. I know I wouldn't begrudge my license fee so much if they did.

Maybe a few congratulatory emails to the beeb wouldn't go amiss.


Despite them telling us what was happening before it actually did and Mark effin Bright, it was just great to see Italian footy on the telly again. Just felt so normal.
Guest

Milan play bremen tonight in the uefa cup. Of all the rubbish quality streaming sites, which site would everyone recommend being the best? Or even better, any channels?
blackandblue

I'm off to Milan to see Inter take on Man U. I'm getting all tingly !

And I've got a ticket for the away leg at Old Trafford! Hope after tonight it's going to be worth it. Work will be hell otherwise...
Guest

Havn't seen many Charlton games this year 'cos of work, only ones have been Sheff Wed away and Palace home. Was impressed by Hillsborough, proper big old ground.

Went to Brazil-Italy a couple of weeks ago, and think I have everything sorted for Juve-Napoli and Samp-Milan this weekend. I'm at the opposite end to Samp's ultras which is annoying but should be pretty close to Milan's.
blackandblue

Forza Napoli, forza Samp !
Guest

blackandblue wrote:
Forza Napoli, forza Samp !

I've found out which hotel Juve stay in before the game so will do my best to bring you back an Alex Del Piero autograph, you love him really  
Guest

well unfortunately I am not making it to an Italian game this year, instead its the Madrid derby this weekend for me and mates.
Should be a feisty affair with both teams having lots to play for.
A high scoring draw would suit me as I am a Barca man at heart in Spain.
Guest

From the Olimpico and Marassi last weekend to Ebbsfleet's Stonebridge Rd this weekend.. Off to Reading away on Tuesday too.

Everything went as planned last week apart from Juventus's pre-match hotel. Wearing old trainers, scrappy jeans and without a shave for ages, I somehow managed to blag my way past Juve security into this 5* place where I settled down for a diet coke for a fiver plus God knows how many complimentary snacks they brought to me.

And who walks down 15 minutes later? Vincenzo Iaquinta, who sits on the table next to me. However, trying to keep a low profile I decide to leave it and wait for Buffon to come down. Time goes on, my diet coke slowly turns into an icey puddle then about 6:40 I hear these massive cheers from outside.. They used a different exit. Unbelievable. Worth a go though.
Guest

Next week I finally get to achieve my dream of seeing Charlton in Europe, playing a friendly at Irish megastars err, Bray Wanderers. Get to spend a coupla days in Dublin though so it ain't all bad.
Guest

^ That turned out as perfect as it could have done, considering I met Mark Kinsella at half time then ended up out drinking with the full squad in Dublin afterwards. Took a banner as well which got some respect  

Since then I've done Hereford (slum), Orient (not tooo bad) and Norwich (ran out of pies) away, and am off to Colchester tonight then Leeds Saturday. Hopefully neither us nor Leeds will lose tonight (though I wouldn't complain too much if they did), so it'll be England's only two unbeaten teams going head to head at the weekend.
Dels

I was at the Hibs v Hearts league cup 1/4 this week.

Hibs fans I know were predicting a 7-0 win.
Lupo Pazzesco

Dels wrote:
I was at the Hibs v Hearts league cup 1/4 this week.

Hibs fans I know were predicting a 7-0 win.


As someone who has a passing interest in Hibs due to a friend. I was hoping for a win but after 30 mins of utter dominance with no cutting edge upfront, it had the makings of being another one of those nights. That's exactly how it turned out unfortunately.

No surprise you were supporting Rangers reserves though!
Mezz

Lupo Pazzesco wrote:
No surprise you were supporting Rangers reserves though!

I remember Billy Connolly once saying "A Glaswegian atheist is someone who goes to an Old Firm match to watch the football".

Still makes me chuckle even now!
Dels

[quote="Lupo Pazzesco:51008"]
Dels wrote:


No surprise you were supporting Rangers reserves though!


To be fair, the affinity between Bluenoses and Jambos is greatly  exaggerated. Its due to the fact that Jambos take songs (that are mostly banned)  that belong to Rangers and give them a Gorgie twist to wind up the Celtic support, because Celtic have a precious support that gets offended so easily and all of Scottish football needs to united so Celtic fans don't get offended, the poor little lambs.  
If you listen to them there is an establishment conspiracy that prevents Celtic Football Club from winning in Scotland. Rangers fans and Hearts know this is crap. Hence the affinity.

Legendary bluenose Terry Butcher just got named as Hibs new coach.  Clearly, a stepping stone until he gets the best job in Scottish football which is managing Rangers, whatever division we are in.

#onlyoneteaminscotland
Duncan!

this is funny stuff........

vivid imagination Dels

     
Dels

'Tis true.
Duncan!

and Pigs fly too?
Dels

Celtic fans, they always rise to the bait.
Duncan!

and Rangers fans are jealous as always...

Dave

http://www.premierinn.com/

So that you two can get a room...  
Dels

Only if they have one in Amsterdam....
Duncan!

Lupo Pazzesco

Dels wrote:
Only if they have one in Amsterdam....


   

It wasn't Celtic it was fans of other teams causing all the trouble! How very Liverfool.
Dels

Lupo Pazzesco wrote:

It wasn't Celtic it was fans of other teams causing all the trouble! How very Liverfool.


Peas in a pod those set of fans. YNWA. Pass the sick bucket. Urgh!
Duncan!

Hail Hail the Dels is here.......


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