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Postby JhnStcks » Wed Jun 06, 2007 6:48 am

Newcastle Utd all the way, mainly because i lived there for 18 years. Now also Yeovil Town as i live, like 500 yards from the stadium.

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Postby mark.bewlay » Thu Jun 07, 2007 4:50 pm

York City FC for me......York born and raised, got the mighty Red and Blue running through my veins!

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Postby Comspec » Sat Jun 09, 2007 12:09 pm

In N.Ireland we have a weird setup with football teams. We seem to support too many :)

Our own local league is poor, but most people support their local town (Larne FC in my case - good scandal this year).

We also nearly all support an English league team (I am fanatical about Liverpool and have been since I first watched them on TV in 1977 as a boy).

We then have strong links to the Scottish league and there are serious numbers of supporters for both the 'old firms' - I go to Ibrox about 4-5 times a season and support Rangers. If they ever join the English league, I will have a dilemna.

I run with a crowd of footie fans and we all have a favoured Italian, Spanish and lower league English team who, whilst not actually fans, we would keep a close eye on. I have followed the fortunes of Gravesend and Northfleet for a number of seasons lately and will get around to coming over to watch them soon.

The crowd I socialise with are a weird mix, with main teams supported including:
Stranraer
Preston (he's from there so we will let him off)
Leeds (hehe)
ManUre
Newcastle
Burnley
Norwich

There are pints to be won every season when our teams meet up with each other. I was gutted to have to buy one for the Burnley guy a few years ago when they put us out of the FA cup :(
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Postby Tranq » Thu Jul 05, 2007 4:00 pm

Liverpool FC.

Didn't get over to see them last season, which is sad, since Fowler has left (again).

Still, just signed Torres for next season. Can't wait to see how he links up with Kuyt especially, and Crouch and Voronin.

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Postby Dave68 » Thu Jul 05, 2007 4:08 pm

I support Pendle Valley Pheonix Rugby Teams

well my son is in the under 13 squad and my daughter is in the under 11s

other than than I dont watch much sport

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Postby djmattyg » Thu Aug 30, 2007 7:28 am

boinger wrote:West Bromwich Albion Football Club.

This time last week I was sat on a train on my way back from Wembley feeling very depressed.... Such is the highs and lows of the life of a Baggie!
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Im a big wolves fan :p :p

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Postby Comspec » Thu Aug 30, 2007 10:39 am

Tranq wrote:Liverpool FC.

Didn't get over to see them last season, which is sad, since Fowler has left (again).

Still, just signed Torres for next season. Can't wait to see how he links up with Kuyt especially, and Crouch and Voronin.


Don't see me getting over this season either Tranq, but might arrange with you next season for a joint visit :)

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Postby djmattyg » Thu Aug 30, 2007 12:30 pm

Liverpool are going to be a hard team to beat this season, I can see them doing well in all competitions.

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Postby batespcm » Thu Aug 30, 2007 1:35 pm

so comspec and trang qill be in my neck of the woods

thats a bad day!

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