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38 minutes ago, DanNDH88 said:

You can tell pretty easily who a couple of posters on here vote for considering the amount of obnoxious shite they post on a daily basis can’t you 

Sure can:ph34r:

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1 minute ago, Farrington fox said:

Think you'll find, of those that voted. 43.6% voted Tory. 32.3% voted Labour.  Almost 14 mil and just over 10 mil respectively.

Yes, that's correct. But that's because left wing politics is so disjointed. If you are right-wing, you generally vote Tory. If you are left-wing, you have more choice, especially if you don't like Corbyn. If you add up the votes, its still pretty close to 50-50, left vs right (left takes it). Basically, Boris is very lucky that Labour kept Corbyn.

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20 minutes ago, lcfceaves said:

Walking out after 75 mins, holding up Sun logo’s... oh and singing feed the scousers (at Everton away). 
Embarrassing. 

I walked out after 80. Did i miss something?.

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22 minutes ago, lcfceaves said:

Walking out after 75 mins, holding up Sun logo’s... oh and singing feed the scousers (at Everton away). 
Embarrassing. 

I stayed till 90 but honestly can’t blame someone for leaving early on Boxing Day rather than watch us get humiliated 

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1 minute ago, 1884FoxInTheBox said:

Nope, you just made a Leicester team who are having their best ever season feel like sh*t. Top quality supporter.

Not one to nitpick but the premier league champions from 2016 might disagree. 

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4 minutes ago, Markyblue said:

Not one to nitpick but the premier league champions from 2016 might disagree. 

So far, we have one more point than in 2015/16, and are still in the league cup. Just speaking objectively, not emotionally, on which I agree with you.

Our support in 2015/16 was amazing and certainly helped get them over the line in several games. Need to get behind them properly again, even if (especially when) they are playing poorly.

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Just now, worth_the_wait said:

Why hasn't this shit thread been closed yet?

mods are eating turkey and looking for loose fitting trousers.

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2 minutes ago, 1884FoxInTheBox said:

So far, we have one more point than in 2015/16, and are still in the league cup. Just speaking objectively, not emotionally, on which I agree with you.

I thought we had the same points after 19 games?   39pts.

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1 minute ago, purpleronnie said:

I thought we had the same points after 19 games?   39pts.

Hmm I'm not sure to be fair, I thought we had 38 at Christmas and lost to Liverpool on boxing day. Still, unbelievable time to be a foxes fan, let's get behind them properly.

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14 minutes ago, Farrington fox said:

Think you'll find, of those that voted. 43.6% voted Tory. 32.3% voted Labour.  Almost 14 mil and just over 10 mil respectively.

And I think you will find that turnout was 67.3% so Like I said 29% of the British voting age public voted conservative.... (29.34% if your being pedantic.)

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Yorkshire teams used to get grief about the miners strike.Thatcher is our hero etc.Theres nothing new about this chanting of political leaders.Im sure goading the Home Counties mob of your Chelsea’s Arsenal’s and Man Us with pro Boris songs is going to get a rather bemused response.

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20 minutes ago, 1884FoxInTheBox said:

Nope, you just made a Leicester team who are having their best ever season feel like sh*t. Top quality supporter.

It's good practice for when like harry they take the dollar of old trafford and most of them **** off to get the last train back to Devon and the last fight back to Ireland.

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6 hours ago, Cardiff_Fox said:

Yep last few weeks have been an embarrassment. All for witty chants giving stick but we’ve had a section of support celebrating poverty, politics and now a disaster. 

It isn't really celebrating it, I doubt these idiots believe in it, they've just heard Man United and others sing it so we'll join in.

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Also singing the Demba Ba chant that mocks our own manager’s darkest moment isn’t the brightest thing in the world

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1 hour ago, FoxyJim1987 said:

Whatever you say mate. I'm sure with a communist terrorist sympathetic who was giving everything away free we would be living in paradise. Taxes and fuel costs would have gone mental, but typical view of the left that all people who voted tory and voted to leave the EU are racist dickheads. 

I know you said you weren't influenced by the right wing media machine but this really makes its sound like you were. Probably indirectly through friends and family I guess. 

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15 hours ago, StanSP said:

I'm sure they do but I don't see videos of them surfacing of their fans doing helicopter gestures towards our fans?

 

I know every single club, including Liverpool, have their fair share of bellends but it just disappoints me seeing stuff like this. There's 'banter' (which this isn't) but there's also going OTT and this is it.

But there are videos of them mocking Munich.

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Just now, Babylon said:

But there are videos of them mocking Munich.

Tbf the United liverpool rivalry is very intense and personal, for as many Liverpool fans mocking Munich there are united fans mocking hillsborough, which in turn makes more fans of both join in. We have no rivalry with Liverpool and it’s just unnecessary for us to mock the 96 or them to mock the crash 

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13 minutes ago, OadbyBlue said:

Also singing the Demba Ba chant that mocks our own manager’s darkest moment isn’t the brightest thing in the world

Thought that lol. ****ing hell

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The crime is the fact that their "banter" is about as funny as a urinary infection.

 

Anyone getting wound up by a pair of teenagers showing them a picture of the Sun logo is an absolute snowflake.

 

Piss poor all round really.

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1 minute ago, lcfcdave15 said:

I know you said you weren't influenced by the right wing media machine but this really makes its sound like you were. Probably indirectly through friends and family I guess. 

Do you not think that Corbyn, Mcdonnell and Abbott were friends and supporters of Hugo Chavez and the socialist regime of Venezuela that's left to many starving, or that he was pictured laying a wreath to commemorate terrorists, or that he invited a convicted terrorist to the HOC and was criticised by Mowlam who had a major part in good friday agreement or that he's stood on platforms with terrorist organisations or has condoned anti-semitic material? Or that his spending plans were deeply criticised by the IFS as madness. You didn't need the media to see that stuff, it was easy to see and clearly not untrue, Corbyn was very clear in his policies and it wasn't what the Country wanted, even his own MP's criticised him.

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