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Barnsley bigger club than Millwall?
03 October 2017 11:49 Post ID: #1556037 - in reply to #1556007
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Kids today collect STD's.
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03 October 2017 12:09 Post ID: #1556038 - in reply to #1556037
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midway lion - 3/10/2017 11:49

Kids today collect STD's.


I remember when STD's were Telephone Dialling Codes.



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03 October 2017 12:14 Post ID: #1556039 - in reply to #1556007
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Please can someone tell me difference between a big club and small club is. All I care about is that I support a club that is currently in the second tier of English football. I don't care about 50.000 seated stadiums or 5,000 small crowds, your only as big as your league position. I had this argument on the Leeds forum back in 2009/10 season just after we beat them and they also lost to Exeter. They seemed to think they have a divine right be in the premishit just because Leeds United were once mighty back in the 70's and they were taking 3,000 away fans each week. They say Leicester are not a big club but they still won the prem

Please stop all this big club/small club bollocks and remember there is only one team for us no matter how big or what division we are in


That's my rant for the day
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03 October 2017 12:17 Post ID: #1556040 - in reply to #1556007
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I nodded off half way through that, mind you i nodded off half way through sex the other night, probable an age thing.
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03 October 2017 12:31 Post ID: #1556043 - in reply to #1556040
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rayleighlion - 3/10/2017 12:17

I nodded off half way through that, mind you i nodded off half way through sex the other night, probable an age thing.


Nodding off during sex; that's unforgivable - especially when someone else is in the room!



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03 October 2017 13:00 Post ID: #1556045 - in reply to #1556039
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Lionchelmfc - 3/10/2017 12:14

Please can someone tell me difference between a big club and small club is. All I care about is that I support a club that is currently in the second tier of English football. I don't care about 50.000 seated stadiums or 5,000 small crowds, your only as big as your league position. I had this argument on the Leeds forum back in 2009/10 season just after we beat them and they also lost to Exeter. They seemed to think they have a divine right be in the premishit just because Leeds United were once mighty back in the 70's and they were taking 3,000 away fans each week. They say Leicester are not a big club but they still won the prem

Please stop all this big club/small club bollocks and remember there is only one team for us no matter how big or what division we are in


That's my rant for the day


But that's why I like looking at the actual data. As it's just a case of looking at interesting (to some of us) facts. Not Willy waving.

I just took the title of the thread from what the Barnley fans were saying.
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03 October 2017 13:05 Post ID: #1556046 - in reply to #1556045
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Moody - 3/10/2017 13:00

Lionchelmfc - 3/10/2017 12:14

Please can someone tell me difference between a big club and small club is. All I care about is that I support a club that is currently in the second tier of English football. I don't care about 50.000 seated stadiums or 5,000 small crowds, your only as big as your league position. I had this argument on the Leeds forum back in 2009/10 season just after we beat them and they also lost to Exeter. They seemed to think they have a divine right be in the premishit just because Leeds United were once mighty back in the 70's and they were taking 3,000 away fans each week. They say Leicester are not a big club but they still won the prem

Please stop all this big club/small club bollocks and remember there is only one team for us no matter how big or what division we are in


That's my rant for the day


But that's why I like looking at the actual data. As it's just a case of looking at interesting (to some of us) facts. Not Willy waving.

I just took the title of the thread from what the Barnley fans were saying.


Ignore them Moody - they're upset by their own inability to come up with 3,000 words of pure tedium - even if you paid them!




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03 October 2017 14:28 Post ID: #1556060 - in reply to #1556007
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Tedious it may be - but it is the subject that I find comes up the most amongst football fans. But, I do realise football fans are often quite tedious people.
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03 October 2017 14:53 Post ID: #1556062 - in reply to #1556060
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Moody - 3/10/2017 14:28

Tedious it may be - but it is the subject that I find comes up the most amongst football fans. But, I do realise football fans are often quite tedious people.


Hang on, mate - I was playing Devil's Advocaat.

I love trivia of all kinds.

I've won the affections of Gail Porter one night in The Engineer, by knowing Rick Wakeman played the glissando at the beginning of Get It On, by T. Rex.

Later I copped a feel of her tits; obviously we are talking when she still had hair, not during her Richard O'Brien look.



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03 October 2017 14:55 Post ID: #1556063 - in reply to #1556007
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03 October 2017 15:00 Post ID: #1556065 - in reply to #1556036
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ParisWall - 3/10/2017 11:46

Kryan Bing - 3/10/2017 11:36

ParisWall - 3/10/2017 11:28
Yes, mate, the younger generation just don't want to know.

Do youngster's still collect Match-day Programmes?

Doubt it.

:sadno:


No, not interested in all my old match day programmes, or my dear old dads for that matter.
Although, for a while, they were curious if I had eaten any babies.


I can believe that mate.

Perhaps it reflects the disposable society we now live in.

When I was a kid I collected Programmes, Stamps, Beer Labels, 7" Records and Charles Buchan's Football Monthly Magazines.

Now it's just my Pensions.
:grin:


Pensions, plural, FFS. I know'd I should 'ave done better at school, and then being a very naughty boy didn't help. So, right now you're lording it where beer costs £2:50 a pint and drawing pensions.........

Like to hear what Kev's got say about this?
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03 October 2017 15:15 Post ID: #1556070 - in reply to #1556065
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FireWall - 3/10/2017 15:00

ParisWall - 3/10/2017 11:46

Kryan Bing - 3/10/2017 11:36

ParisWall - 3/10/2017 11:28
Yes, mate, the younger generation just don't want to know.

Do youngster's still collect Match-day Programmes?

Doubt it.

:sadno:


No, not interested in all my old match day programmes, or my dear old dads for that matter.
Although, for a while, they were curious if I had eaten any babies.


I can believe that mate.

Perhaps it reflects the disposable society we now live in.

When I was a kid I collected Programmes, Stamps, Beer Labels, 7" Records and Charles Buchan's Football Monthly Magazines.

Now it's just my Pensions.
:grin:


Pensions, plural, FFS. I know'd I should 'ave done better at school, and then being a very naughty boy didn't help. So, right now you're lording it where beer costs £2:50 a pint and drawing pensions.........

Like to hear what Kev's got say about this?


When I say pensions, I'm talking about £1,767 per month in total - not a great amount, I'm sure you'd agree.

Oh, and by the way, Pedigree is £2.95 in The Red Lion, not £2.50.


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03 October 2017 15:45 Post ID: #1556078 - in reply to #1556007
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How could anybody possibly live on £1,767 a month ? Do you have
to visit food banks ?
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03 October 2017 16:09 Post ID: #1556088 - in reply to #1556078
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midway lion - 3/10/2017 15:45

How could anybody possibly live on £1,767 a month ? Do you have
to visit food banks ?


No, mate - in the local Sainsbury's they have a trolly that you drop tins, packets and bog rolls for 'The Needy' - I usually have a rummage about in there - saves me about ten quid a week on average.



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03 October 2017 16:38 Post ID: #1556091 - in reply to #1556007
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Every football fan in the world has heard of Millwall. How many have heard of Barnsley?
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03 October 2017 17:02 Post ID: #1556095 - in reply to #1556091
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Arthur2shedsJackson - 3/10/2017 16:38

Every football fan in the world has heard of Millwall. How many have heard of Barnsley?


This is very true, in all my extensive travel almost anyone who knows about football in the UK knows who Millwall are.
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03 October 2017 17:09 Post ID: #1556098 - in reply to #1556070
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ParisWall - 3/10/2017 15:15

FireWall - 3/10/2017 15:00

ParisWall - 3/10/2017 11:46

Kryan Bing - 3/10/2017 11:36

ParisWall - 3/10/2017 11:28
Yes, mate, the younger generation just don't want to know.

Do youngster's still collect Match-day Programmes?

Doubt it.

:sadno:


No, not interested in all my old match day programmes, or my dear old dads for that matter.
Although, for a while, they were curious if I had eaten any babies.


I can believe that mate.

Perhaps it reflects the disposable society we now live in.

When I was a kid I collected Programmes, Stamps, Beer Labels, 7" Records and Charles Buchan's Football Monthly Magazines.

Now it's just my Pensions.
:grin:


Pensions, plural, FFS. I know'd I should 'ave done better at school, and then being a very naughty boy didn't help. So, right now you're lording it where beer costs £2:50 a pint and drawing pensions.........

Like to hear what Kev's got say about this?


When I say pensions, I'm talking about £1,767 per month in total - not a great amount, I'm sure you'd agree.

Oh, and by the way, Pedigree is £2.95 in The Red Lion, not £2.50.
:grin:


Suppose the Bull's Head and Boot Inn are a little pricey for you?
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