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FA Hit Millwall Again!
13 November 2017 10:46 Post ID: #1560450
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Lionesses top WSL2 with 13 points from 5 games until FA dock us 3 points for playing an ineligible player.

Don't know the background but you can bet your bottom dollar they've hit us with the maximum penalty possible
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13 November 2017 11:24 Post ID: #1560452 - in reply to #1560450
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It will take another hundred years before I consider the Lionesses to be an us. Sorry.
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13 November 2017 11:26 Post ID: #1560453 - in reply to #1560450
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Women and Football is not right.
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13 November 2017 11:26 Post ID: #1560454 - in reply to #1560450
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Women and Football is not right.
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13 November 2017 12:37 Post ID: #1560458 - in reply to #1560452
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numbernine - 13/11/2017 11:24

It will take another hundred years before I consider the Lionesses to be an us. Sorry.


That's a shame - because we were the first professional club to be affiliated with a women's team & founded the first ever Centre of Excellence for girls in UK. Long before it became a fashionable exercise in brand awareness & promotion for the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City.
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13 November 2017 12:47 Post ID: #1560460 - in reply to #1560450
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Yes but all this pc bollocks is exactly that. If you want equality let women play in the same team.

Just because Millwall has a sister team, doesn't mean you fuck your wife's sister.
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13 November 2017 12:51 Post ID: #1560461 - in reply to #1560450
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Put it this way, are you seriously ever going to celebrate as hard as you might for a Lioness goal as at Birmingham away in the play offs? Temporarily stop breathing while you heart pauses beating, thinking you're having an a heart attack in the middle of the melee while a naked karen brady descends from the skies?

No you're not. What are you going to do, replace Brady with a naked male doll? Maybe instead of a team shirt, they throw knickers at the fans instead? Worn or a back up pair? Are they signed?

Edited by numbernine 13/11/2017 12:53
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13 November 2017 12:53 Post ID: #1560462 - in reply to #1560458
Moody - 13/11/2017 12:37

numbernine - 13/11/2017 11:24

It will take another hundred years before I consider the Lionesses to be an us. Sorry.


That's a shame - because we were the first professional club to be affiliated with a women's team & founded the first ever Centre of Excellence for girls in UK. Long before it became a fashionable exercise in brand awareness & promotion for the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City.


Agree I used to love reading about the Lionesses winning 29-nil every week in the slp in the 70s/80s we were the first .
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13 November 2017 12:54 Post ID: #1560463 - in reply to #1560454
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lottwall - 13/11/2017 11:26

Women and Football is not right.


Never have I disliked boys as much as when I had to take over the football teams at a school I taught at.

The girl sides were full of mature and bright young ladies. They took it all very seriously, but listened to instructions and advice, elected a captain based on skills and qualities, played with pride, but wanted to win, yet respected the opposition and the ref. They never whinged or whined if they lost. They got up from tackles. They played in all weathers with a smile on their faces and always collected the equipmemt in.

The boys however... cried like babies if they lost, if it was a bit cold, if it was raining. They were often more concerned with their own game, than with playing as team. They rolled around on the floor if just touched by the oppo. Sometimes to play act, but also sometimes because they were just wimpy mummy boys. They were obnoxious and rude to opponents and the ref. Thought they knew it all already. Most ball hogged. If they scored they carried pathetically obnoxious celebration. Were lazy in the extreme. And every single one of them was nowhere near as good as they thought they were.

Therefore I am forever grateful I had daughters, rather than sons, as I don't think I could watch the little shits play football.

When they reach maturity, obviously men's football is superior, and I've never met a female player who wouldn't agree with that. But I disagree with your overall sentiment. Watching boys and grown men rolling around on the floor or sulking is what isn't right.

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13 November 2017 12:55 Post ID: #1560464 - in reply to #1560450
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I agree it's nice to see something Millwall achieving something great. But you're not really going to run into the pub, punch the air and shout "The Lionesses won, drinks are on me" Are you? Perhaps you do, which pub do you drink in?
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13 November 2017 12:56 Post ID: #1560465 - in reply to #1560463
Moody - 13/11/2017 12:54

lottwall - 13/11/2017 11:26

Women and Football is not right.


Never have I disliked boys as much as when I had to take over the football teams at a school I taught at.

The girl sides were full of mature and bright young ladies. They took it all very seriously, but listened to instructions and advice, elected a captain based on skills and qualities, played with pride, but wanted to win, yet respected the opposition and the ref. They never whinged or whined if they lost. They got up from tackles. They played in all weathers with a smile on their faces and always collected the equipmemt in.

The boys however... cried like babies if they lost, if it was a bit cold, if it was raining. They were often more concerned with their own game, than with playing as team. They rolled around on the floor if just touched by the oppo. Sometimes to play act, but also sometimes because they were just wimpy mummy boys. They were obnoxious and rude to opponents and the ref. Thought they knew it all already. Most ball hogged. If they scored they carried pathetically obnoxious celebration. Were lazy in the extreme. And every single one of them was nowhere near as good as they thought they were.

Therefore I am forever grateful I had daughters, rather than sons, as I don't think I could watch the little shits play football.

When they reach maturity, obviously men's football is superior, and I've never met a female player who wouldn't agree with that. But I disagree with your overall sentiment. Watching boys and grown men rolling around on the floor or sulking is what isn't right.

Yeah you tell em mate
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13 November 2017 12:59 Post ID: #1560466 - in reply to #1560450
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Moody, you just described the difference between the sexes ever since the apple first fell from the spaceship. That's what makes football what it is. Half serious. It was probably something else that fell from the space ship, a vial with a potent potion.
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13 November 2017 13:08 Post ID: #1560467 - in reply to #1560460
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numbernine - 13/11/2017 12:47

Yes but all this pc bollocks is exactly that. If you want equality let women play in the same team.

Just because Millwall has a sister team, doesn't mean you fuck your wife's sister.


But men in sport are physically stronger than their female counterparts. Which is why boys and girls are separated when puberty set in.

Why is it an issue to have male and female teams or events? Nothing to do with PC nonsense - simply to make it more of a competition. Women's tennis is often more enjoyable to watch than men's tennis, and not just for the aesthetics.

As said in another reply, I have never met a female footballer who doesn't agree that the men's game is superior, due to being faster and more physical - but does that mean you simply ban females from playing sport after the age of 13? Or altogether?

What on earth is it to you that women play sport with each other?

Or are you saying Millwall shouldn't be associated with a female team? Because it is just 'more PC bollocks'. I am pretty sure the affiliation came about through the Community Scheme in the 1980s - because women make up 50% of the community. But, fair enough, you are entitled to your opinion. Personally, I think it's a good thing to be supporting the other half of humanity with playing a bit of football.
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13 November 2017 13:11 Post ID: #1560468 - in reply to #1560464
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numbernine - 13/11/2017 12:55

I agree it's nice to see something Millwall achieving something great. But you're not really going to run into the pub, punch the air and shout "The Lionesses won, drinks are on me" Are you? Perhaps you do, which pub do you drink in?


I would if one of my girls played for them.

But over all, no. Of course not.

I just dont think it's PC bullshit to have a female side.
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13 November 2017 13:12 Post ID: #1560469 - in reply to #1560450
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I used to live on jews hill and popped into the Den to watch the reserves play so not against following another team's results, even if it's to see talent being proposed for the first team. But I'm pretty sure there must be a female player more talented than some of the men currently playing for Millwall's senior male team. Don't you think?
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13 November 2017 13:12 Post ID: #1560470 - in reply to #1560466
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numbernine - 13/11/2017 12:59

Moody, you just described the difference between the sexes ever since the apple first fell from the spaceship. That's what makes football what it is. Half serious. It was probably something else that fell from the space ship, a vial with a potent potion.


Indeed.

All I know from teaching and therefore observing thousands of kids is the saying should be...

'Stop crying like a boy'.

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13 November 2017 13:14 Post ID: #1560471 - in reply to #1560469
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numbernine - 13/11/2017 13:12

I used to live on jews hill and popped into the Den to watch the reserves play so not against following another team's results, even if it's to see talent being proposed for the first team. But I'm pretty sure there must be a female player more talented than some of the men currently playing for Millwall's senior male team. Don't you think?


Technique wise I imagine some are superior to Tony Craig by some distance.
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