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The "do they mean us?" thread pt 2

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19 minutes ago, Unabomber said:

Haha love that. He is right though there is a level between us and spurs/Everton 

Is there though? Spurs have one of the best attacking lines in world football right now. Everton have DCL and James. Both teams have world class coaches. 

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4 minutes ago, Les-TA-Jon said:

Is there though? Spurs have one of the best attacking lines in world football right now. Everton have DCL and James. Both teams have world class coaches. 

Yeah there is imo

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4 minutes ago, Les-TA-Jon said:

Is there though? Spurs have one of the best attacking lines in world football right now. Everton have DCL and James. Both teams have world class coaches. 

 

We have a better team than Everton, also Vardy > DCL. 

 

Spurs have great attacking options but their manager is a bus parking merchant  

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Everton fans are just muppets, they still consider themselves to be a top 6 club and their arrogance is a joke. RK only speaks as he sees it, may not be right. Everton have been in the top flight a long while, won a few cups and Div 1's in the past. The last thing they won was the FA Cup in 1995, their best time was mid 80's when they won a few trophies, everything else was donkeys years ago, so like Villa, Newcastle, Wolves, their fans are living in the past.

They cannot accept a club like Leicester have turned into a club that can change the order of things and that we currently have a better team, poor things.

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How have i not seen you on here before? My fiancée is from Dorking, the glares i get walking around there in my city shirt when we are down is unnerving. 

I think Everton fans will always have issues with clubs taking over them with them living in a shadow of much more successful club.

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3 hours ago, Koke said:

 

We have a better team than Everton, also Vardy > DCL. 

 

Spurs have great attacking options but their manager is a bus parking merchant  

Man for man though I think you could make a real case for us to have the better side. Which is pretty crazy really. 

 

 

I love how their  whole counter argument was that they beat us at home. Because by that standard Man City cant win the league because we beat them. 

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6 hours ago, Les-TA-Jon said:

Is there though? Spurs have one of the best attacking lines in world football right now. Everton have DCL and James. Both teams have world class coaches. 

Yes. Apart from Son, none of their players get in our starting 11, and that's including Everton's squad as well.

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Haha those Derby fans proclaiming a hatred for Juve when I bet there isn't a single Juve fan that knows who they are. 

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15 minutes ago, Fox in the North said:

https://dcfcfans.uk/topic/36610-top-5-teams-you-hate-most/#comments
 

Finally a bit of hatred, all the usual about sending businesses under when we built the stadium, because in the long run that definitely worked out right? 
 

I mean it was the plan all along to be sold to Milan Mandaric, slide gradually down the table, get relegated hideously, finally get a decent manager (our lord and saviour Nigel) miss agonisingly out of the play offs, get taken over by that exact (and wonderful) Thai family, spend loads of money, nearly cock it up completely, bring back our lord and saviour, have another agonising play off exit, piss the league at a canter, be bottom at Christmas, then piss the rest of the league again to stay up, our lord and saviours son and friends enjoy a Thai orgy which costs him his job, and then appoint someone widely ridiculed to somehow pull off one of sport’s greatest miracles.

 

Yep it was all in the plan. 

The greatest irony of the administration is that the punishment would have been 15 pts deducted. We were 12 clear of 3rd and very much turned off the gas at the end of the season. 
 

Now if you advocate that administration should lead to relegation - that happened in the same way it did for Leeds and Southampton 

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5 minutes ago, foxile5 said:

Why do they hate juventus? 

Got done by a dodgy ref in European Cup. Ref was later banned when it was proved Juve gave him a gift or something. Forest have the same thing with Anderlecht. 
 

It’s quite funny really. Derby and Forest have their thing with us having an one side rival. Yet they are to the point of a rimming contest and have numerous ‘one sided rivalries’. See Forest and Liverpool 

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11 minutes ago, Cardiff_Fox said:

The greatest irony of the administration is that the punishment would have been 15 pts deducted. We were 12 clear of 3rd and very much turned off the gas at the end of the season. 
 

Now if you advocate that administration should lead to relegation - that happened in the same way it did for Leeds and Southampton 

The irony being also that if this takeover fails they will no doubt be in administration. They haven’t even paid their players this month.

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4 minutes ago, Mapperleyfox said:

It's reassuring to know that the 1994 Play Off Final still rankles with the sheep shaggers. 

 

One of the best football days out I've ever had.

Proof positive that day that we had a bigger support. They couldn't shift their Olympic  gallery seats (surely the most terrifying seats in world football?).  We sold all ours and bought all theirs too. £90 a pop. Bought buy our fans who were nowhere on the priority lists. 

 

Loved the fact we were marvelously ungraceful at the end as they had to walk to the tunnel. Dog's abuse from.our fans rubbing it in. Kitson offered an apologetic, fair dos clap ....and gesture was returned with the meanest most vile vitriol and a fair few specimens of phlegm. 

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10 minutes ago, Mapperleyfox said:

One of the best football days out I've ever had.

 

I was only 8 but would agree. Absolute stress after our second. We were on the back row behind the goal and couldn't see a scoreboard so had no idea how long was left. Those few minutes lasted seemingly forever.

 

Bored my family senseless on the coach home by producing several predicted 42 match fixture lists for the next season.

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I love how fans of a team who has consistently broken ffp rules, signed expensive players (Rooney) on dodgy sponsorship deals and sold their stadium in a dodgy deal have the nerve to go on about hating another team for alleged ffp breached, it’s laughable really!

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