|An archive of match day threads originally posted in the General Discussion forum.
I didn't know Birmingham had fans that could use the interwebz.
watching the football league show on the Beeb and showing Brum as being at home Monday not us,prob why they sold so few tickets
Birmingham is the 2nd City. I have forgotten, how many teams do the 2nd City have in the 2 two divisions? Minus Coventy as they are Warwickshire and Leicester as they strangely enough are Leicestershire
You have Villa, WBA, Wolves and Birmingscum.
London has WHUFC, the Scum, Arsenal, Chelski, Fulham, QPR, Crystal Palace, Millwank.
I would think that Dagenham and Redbridge would have a bigger initial take up than Birmingham. Birmingham hang your heads in shame. You only show up in the top flight, show up in the tp flight
Oh, so lets move away from the football and talk about support eh? Class. See you at Wembley chaps.
They should be able to as they have an extra finger to type than the standard human
Duh, isn't support part of football? Where are you in the league? Have you EVER been above WHUFC this season?
You really want us to talk about football do you ??
At least you wont get away with murder with Ferguson this season eh !
Duh, isn't support part of football? Where are you in the league? Have you EVER been above WHUFC this season?[/quote]
You coming anyway fella ?
I'm glad you realise you are a joke
No mate, I'm not. I'm a season ticket holder and have forked out for a hotel room for my lad and me at Doncaster last Friday (he was Blues mascot) and have booked another hotel for Brighton a week on Saturday, so just can't afford them all - and with tomorrow being on TV that is the one I had to give a miss. Gutted though as know a few of your lads and rarely miss a game at yours - been treated well by your lot in the Barking Dog and Wakefield, and even found myself on a tube with a right moody (but sound) lot of lads to a Rejects gig about 3 years ago.
Just a bit of a wind up boys, regards.
Got to say unless Brum pick up prior to Monday that level of support is beyond poor given the circumstances. Of all the Midlands teams I always had most respect for them and I know times are hard etc, but they have just melted away in this league. Keep right on- so long as you're in the top flight by the look of it.
IF we win Monday, (big if- I know that) then it is definitely interesting- I fancy Saints to f*ck up at palace.
Understand totally fella...
After your 3 wonder goals today..i bet your gutted your not coming.
If you want a good late pub in Brighton with no charge..The Goldfish Bowl
We were in there till gone 3 on a midweek game
No denying mate, it is very poor. And our home support has been poor too. We're a slightly above average side in terms of attendance in the Championship. On our day we can create one of the most cracking atmospheres in football (home leg of the semi finals last year, for example), but sadly those days are few and far between now.
900 is still much better than the 320 we took last year though. I remember some of your lot were singing "your support is ****ing sh-t," and a few of us simply shrugged and nodded and the old bloke next to me shouted "you're right."
I agree about the moaners and groaners, but the stoners? There's no stoners booing, they're too busy being passive and seeing the game in a different light. It's the beer boyz who get all aggressive and start venting. You'll be 'aving a go at the birds next.
Need a joint after that comment (and have already started rolling for the Brum game )
I'm laughing because it's true
I'd love to mouth back but the ****er is right.
As a supporter i find comments like this about people that pay good money and get blamed for a teams performance sad beyond belief, and to answer your earlier question don't buy a day ticket on the tube get yourself an oyster card.You can put a tenner on it and use it when your in town again and save a lot of money. Enjoy the game and welcome to the Boleyn ground.
Played them 5 times in the last 18 months - they've beaten us over 90 minutes once
We beat them with 10 men in the first leg of the semi last year and lost the 2nd leg because we had a string of banned players.....
We won't lose on Monday - it's a choice between winning and drawing.....
A nice win will leave them having to do reading last game of the season
Not this time, sunshine. Last season, we had a fool in our dugout.
It won't be pretty, but Allardyce will sort it.
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