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Did you know ,,,,, we won the league 3 times in a row ,,, we won the FA cup and now were going up, we are the Town, oh yes we are the Town,,,,,
couldnt have wished it to be better team to beat
And they got it
As we sang to the Wednesday fans, "this town is yours, this town is youuurs, one team in Sheffield,this town is yours"
How anyone can stand up for Sooky-La-La United is beyond me. I watched the game at a friends place who is a Sheffield United fan and even I couldnt help cheer on Huddersfield. Shocking game to watch but a great penalty shootout.
They might of deserved promotion based on on field exploits. They sure as hell do however deserve to stay in League One for a long time based on off field exploits
Maybe after a few more years down there they can learn to take responsibility for there own actions
I didn't think much of the booing of Ince Junior last week, seemed a bit silly - although it felt more 'panto villain' than real hatred. Been well overblown but what do you expect these days?
This on the other hand is a club who could, through their actions, have put us out of business, and wouldn't have thought twice about doing so - and as it is have crippled our beloved club financially with ramifications we're still struggling with and will do so for some time yet. This is infinitely more serious than a mere grudge against a player - this is a club who displayed, via Colin, Mcabe and their lowlife, 'I'm too-crap-for-the-Prem-so-I'll-sue-West Ham-for-lost-earnings'players, a lack of self-respect and manliness that is all too common these days in football and society in general - it's always someone else's fault when I screw up, etc.
One of a VERY select handful of clubs who I would gladly see go out of business - because that's precisely what they would have been happy to see happen to us, and for no good reason other than an inability to take responsibility for their own crapness both on and off the pitch; as has been proven by their failures both financially and footballing-wise since (see also Colin's trail of glory since we 'cheated' him).
Big hairy gonads to Kevin Mcabe and Sheffield Utd - well done Huddersfield.
It's as if the left side of that picture have reached midnight at a wedding reception, and the right side have just seen the casket enter a funeral hall.
Going back to tevez . Were we not fined already with regard to tevez? That should have been the end of the matter. The fact that shef utd beat us with tevez playing 3-1 and then went on a dire run of results to get relegated is ignored. West ham fans should not think that the club are paying sheffield united, all that money has been paid to the club in one way or another by fans, whether by our sky subscriptions or tickets, merchandise etc. it is our money from our pockets paying shef utd, and what have they done with it? They obviously cant run a club very well and deserve to be where they are. Tevez and joorabchian have hardly covered themselves in glory since, but apparently everything is all ok if its the top two clubs in the cpuntry dealing with third parties etc. basically it is a crap law in football that shef utd personally fleeced our fans for then had the audacity to call us cheats and left everyone else in football with a bad taste in their mouth when it comes to west ham ever since.
The blunts have got away with robbing us of money that is badly needed. What we paid them is about the same figure our transfer kitty for this coming season.The Kabba business showed them to be utter hypocrites. They should have paid compensation to Barnsley for the assault by Chris Morgan on Hume. I loathe the blunts and would happily see them go bust. As for calling us cheats, I can recall a certain game between the blunts and the Baggies in which Colin tried to get the game abandoned after they were losing.
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Dry your eyes .
I never felt more like singing the blues.
Amazing start by both teams
Tommy Miller (Huddersfield) missed 0-0
Lee Williamson (Sheff Utd) missed 0-0
Damien Johnson (Huddersfield) missed 0-0
Neill Collins (Sheff Utd) scored 0-1
Alan Lee (Huddersfield) missed 0-1
Mathhew Lowton (Sheff Utd) missed 0-1
Peter Clarke (Huddersfield) scored 1-1
Andy Taylor (Sheff Utd) missed 1-1
Scott Arfield (Huddersfield) scored 2-1
Chris Porter (Sheff Utd) scored 2-2
Jordan Rhodes (Huddersfield) scored 3-2
Stephen Quinn (Sheff Utd) scored 3-3
Gary Roberts (Huddersfield) scored 4-3
Harry Maguire (Sheff Utd) scored 4-4
Calum Woods (Huddersfield) scored 5-4
Michael Doyle (Sheff Utd) scored 5-5
Jack Hunt (Huddersfield) scored 6-5
Michael O'Halloran (Sheff Utd) scored 6-6
Sean Morrison (Huddersfield) scored 7-6
Matt Hill (Sheff Utd) scored 7-7
Alex Smithies (Huddersfield) scored 8-7
Steve Simonsen (Sheff Utd) missed 8-7
perfect season indeed!
The great thing about this, is Sheffield united will lose a great deal of money for being in league 1 instead of the championship, and can goodbye for any hope of the big time premier league bucks for at least another 2 years. Where as we have just earned a cool 90 million. Not quite justice yet, but getting there.
Sorry to disappoint, Cornish. After what that club would have had done to mine - and the support its vile and morally repugnant scheming generated from their fanbase - I hope the ****ing place burns down, leaving their fans with a choice of Wednesday or Barnsley.
I suspect that's not quite the level of sophistication you were looking for, but there it is...
not usualy one to hold a grudge but I simply can't forgive or forget they way they used an at best non existant and at worse badly written rule as an excuse to explain their relegation and then steal 25 mill from us what gose around comes around and seeing Sheff Utd still in league 1 is very satisfying indeed.