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 Post subject: The Lower Leagues
PostPosted: Sun Feb 05, 2017 7:15 pm 
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some of the sheit that goes on at those games...lol


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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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These are dangerous behaviors especially with the large crowd and emotional situation. I wish the security people a much better atmosphere to do their job. Ridiculous.

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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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They bleed for their colours,they travel around the country regardless of the result and that's how they get their kicks!

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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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That Gary Monk "obstruction" was :rotf:

I love the fact that he starts a ruckus between 20-30 men then calmly walks away like an innocent man while the others are tearing at each other. Classic. :rotf:


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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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Speaking of Lower League Football, Yakubu may sign with Coventry...

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/38887978

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League One bottom club Coventry City are weighing up the signing of much-travelled former Nigeria international striker Yakubu.

The 34-year-old is training with Russell Slade's Sky Blues with a view to being pitched into their fight for League One survival.

"He's had his first training session," Slade told BBC Coventry & Warwickshire.

"He's not played for a while. That's the only concern. But he's got a great pedigree," added the City manager.

"He's a one in every two games man, goals-wise, so if that's the sort of thing he can do for us we've got to be interested."

In a decade in English football, Yakubu scored 114 times in 250 league starts, plus 43 substitute appearances, mostly in the top flight, at Portsmouth, Middlesbrough, Everton, Leicester City, Blackburn Rovers and Reading.

He was a target for National League side Boreham Wood earlier in the season after returning to England following a spell in the Turkish top flight with Kayserispor.

Coventry made four loan signings in the January window, including strikers Michael Folivi (Watford) and Charles Vernam (Derby County).

Derby also loaned them defender Farren Rawson, while midfielder Callum Reilly came from Burton Albion and another forward, Stuart Beavon, arrived on an 18-month deal.

EFL Trophy tonic for Coventry

Coventry are currently bottom of League One, five points behind Chesterfield - and eight points adrift of safety.

They have 17 games left to avoid the prospect of being relegated to the fourth tier of English football for the first time since 1959

They are not helped by ongoing feelings of discontent among City supporters towards the club's owners.

But those feelings will be put to one side on Tuesday when Slade's team take on Wycombe Wanderers in the semi-finals of the EFL Trophy.

Victory would book only their third-ever visit to Wembley - and their first since their two visits in 1987, when they famously beat Spurs in the FA Cup final in May, then lost 1-0 to Everton in the Charity Shield in August.

But City boss Slade is more intent on ending the club's 13-game winless run in the league which goes back to 1 November, six weeks before his appointment as manager.

"We have to do something about it now," he said. "Not in three or four weeks' time. By then it could be too late. We have to address it now to give ourselves a chance."

If Coventry make it to Wembley, they would meet the winners of the semi-final between Oxford United and whoever wins Tuesday's quarter-final between Luton Town and Yeovil Town


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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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wiseone wrote:
That Gary Monk "obstruction" was :rotf:

I love the fight that he starts a ruckus between 20-30 men then calmly walks away like an innocent man while the others are tearing at each other. Classic. :rotf:


:lol: :lol: :lol: very uncharacteristic of the guy too

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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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Thanks Tf, bitter disappointment that this is the first one has seen of this, the Yorkshire derby scenes encapsulate everything the game should epitomise. Pride. Passion. Honour. Absolutely nothing wrong with any of that and if the FA decide to wave their nonsensical political correctness around, they risk killing the beauty in the game. Wonderful scenes. Every man involved, both sides deserve a thumbs up. When Ramsey wad snapped in half at Stoke, how many went in and how many turned away and started crying? 12 points adrift and that is part of the reason. Acardiac, ascrotal haemaphrodites.

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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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...the lower leagues disturbances are equivalent to WEs upper leagues fights :sad:


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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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There is something primal and aggressive about English football fans.


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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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wiseone wrote:
There is something primal and aggressive about English football fans.


European.

you must have missed the fights between ____ and ____during the Euros

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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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wiseone wrote:
There is something primal and aggressive about English football fans.



Maybe English football fans would be more civilized if they had a 2nd Amendment in Blighty :tic:

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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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Would be really weird if an amendment to the American constitution had legal effect in a foreign country.

Anyway, I guess not having a second amendment is why you do not hear about English guys shooting dozens of schoolkids or using a machine gun to kill people inside a nightclub. Total gun deaths per year in the entire United Kingdom (4 countries): 30. Total gun deaths per year in USA: 30,000.

Yeah, the English lads need to get more "civilised".


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wiseone wrote:
There is something primal and aggressive about English football fans.



Maybe English football fans would be more civilized if they had a 2nd Amendment in Blighty :tic:


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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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wiseone wrote:
Would be really weird if an amendment to the American constitution had legal effect in a foreign country.

Anyway, I guess not having a second amendment is why you do not hear about English guys shooting dozens of schoolkids or using a machine gun to kill people inside a nightclub. Total gun deaths per year in the entire United Kingdom (4 countries): 30. Total gun deaths per year in USA: 30.

Yeah, the English lads need to get more "civilised".


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wiseone wrote:
There is something primal and aggressive about English football fans.



Maybe English football fans would be more civilized if they had a 2nd Amendment in Blighty :tic:



Do you hear that whooshing sound?

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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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I actually think your sardonic wit made a serious point. Football offers a non-lethal outlet for male aggression in England.

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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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This thread dovetails nicely with this other one: viewtopic.php?f=1&t=257065&hilit=chants


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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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8-) Aboa funu! is MLS a lower league? tufiakwa :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: The Lower Leagues
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tfco wrote:
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Interesting. I understand they want players to keep a certain standard. But that bast,ard in the stands can insult him and Tim is not allowed to insult back? :roll:

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wiseone wrote:
That Gary Monk "obstruction" was :rotf:

I love the fact that he starts a ruckus between 20-30 men then calmly walks away like an innocent man while the others are tearing at each other. Classic. :rotf:


Trump after he starts WW3.

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:shock:
Not sure what Howard did wrong there. Fans were abusing him. He gives them 4 words in return and he gets banned?...


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