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Dorset

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OK, so we are obviously going to win this now, I expect it was a good game against the Wobbles?

To make up for our match not being televised I have really been enjoying watching the scum get destroyed by Forest. The entire Arsenal team could have been sent off for protesting in their dumping out of the FA Cup in the first (proper) round, the first time in 20 years. Fucking magic. Wenger will be going totally bonkers, but both penalties were absolutely nailed on, the double tap farce was hilarious and Wenger will be saying that cost them the game - along with Welbbeck's dive that was rightly not give, bollocks Arsene my old mate you were thumped into little pieces. They were total pony, Potatosacker was hilariously bad, so was Walcott, Holding could have got 7 yellow cards but still whinged like a little girl when he got a free kick awarded against him. What a nice way to round off an FA Cup weekend.

Yeovil in the next round will do me nicely, just 5 minutes away from me (over the border in the wilds of Somerset).
 
Motspur Hotspur

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OK, so we are obviously going to win this now, I expect it was a good game against the Wobbles?

To make up for our match not being televised I have really been enjoying watching the scum get destroyed by Forest. The entire Arsenal team could have been sent off for protesting in their dumping out of the FA Cup in the first (proper) round, the first time in 20 years. Fucking magic. Wenger will be going totally bonkers, but both penalties were absolutely nailed on, the double tap farce was hilarious and Wenger will be saying that cost them the game - along with Welbbeck's dive that was rightly not give, bollocks Arsene my old mate you were thumped into little pieces. They were total pony, Potatosacker was hilariously bad, so was Walcott, Holding could have got 7 yellow cards but still whinged like a little girl when he got a free kick awarded against him. What a nice way to round off an FA Cup weekend.

Yeovil in the next round will do me nicely, just 5 minutes away from me (over the border in the wilds of Somerset).
MwaHAHAHAHAHA! Oh dude that made me chuckle, somethings are just brilliant!
 
Wotspur

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So who do we want in the next round .....I want revenge on Coventry for 1987, or if it has to be an away game, somewhere different West Country, or middlesborough, or Liverpool at home
 
Dorset

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Two sides I didn't want in the next round are out now, Leeds and the scum, not that we couldn't beat them, they just get right on my thrupnies.
 
Don Diaz

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Norwich in the next round please......!! Be good to see Pritchard as well.
 
Don Diaz

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Draw is 7pm this evening on BBC 2 and BT Sport 2. We are ball No. 18 and the matches will be played 26-29th January.

We play Man Utd on 31st January, what's the betting we draw them in the Cup as well?
 
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Wigan v Man City
Brighton v Coventry
Huddersfield/Birmingham v Manchester United
Millwall/Rochdale v Newport/Tottenham
Chelsea v Hull
Leicester v Sheffield United
Sheffield Wednesday v Notts County/Swansea
West Brom v Southampton
 
Yid

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I love beating millwall... they are barely human let alone a football team.

Their muggy fans will give it the Charlie big spuds but well hopefully destroy them.

Love to play Dale as my pal plays upfront for them...
 
Dorset

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Millwall away....that should be a laugh!!
The New Den must be funnier than the old one then. I used to go there a lot when I was younger, closest ground to where I lived and I couldn't always afford to get all the way across London to Spurs, it used to take fucking hours as well on 4 buses! I don't remember the old Den being 'a laugh'. Nah, it wasn't funny at all.
 
Don Diaz

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The New Den must be funnier than the old one then. I used to go there a lot when I was younger, closest ground to where I lived and I couldn't always afford to get all the way across London to Spurs, it used to take fucking hours as well on 4 buses! I don't remember the old Den being 'a laugh'. Nah, it wasn't funny at all.
Very difficult to post sarcasm I find these days.......!
 
Dorset

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Very difficult to post sarcasm I find these days.......!
Aren't you supposed to add one of them fucking awful emojis? I don't find it difficult but then I don't know the difference between sarcasm and irony - or toasters.
 
skiathospurs

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The New Den must be funnier than the old one then. I used to go there a lot when I was younger, closest ground to where I lived and I couldn't always afford to get all the way across London to Spurs, it used to take fucking hours as well on 4 buses! I don't remember the old Den being 'a laugh'. Nah, it wasn't funny at all.
my best mate is charlton,he went once and was in with the home lot,millwall got spanked and home fans were just chanting shit,shit,shit at their own players in that millwall way.I have to quite like millwall mostly cos their hate of west ham,ok they dont like anyone but they really dont like west ham!!
Nothing about that area is a laugh!bermondsey,new cross southwark camberwell green hard areas,even now with gentrifying parts of it.
 
Dorset

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my best mate is charlton,he went once and was in with the home lot,millwall got spanked and home fans were just chanting shit,shit,shit at their own players in that millwall way.I have to quite like millwall mostly cos their hate of west ham,ok they dont like anyone but they really dont like west ham!!
Nothing about that area is a laugh!bermondsey,new cross southwark camberwell green hard areas,even now with gentrifying parts of it.
Don't forget Peckham and Brockley mate, then you would have a complete list of the charming places I grew up in. No wonder I'm such a miserable old cunt.
 
skiathospurs

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Don't forget Peckham and Brockley mate, then you would have a complete list of the charming places I grew up in. No wonder I'm such a miserable old cunt.
i worked in most of em,walworth road what a laugh that was!!
Without saying too much on it,the armed robbery i was caught up donkeys years ago suprise where they all came from?,guess they are probably out now,17 years has flown by!!
 
Don Diaz

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my best mate is charlton,he went once and was in with the home lot,millwall got spanked and home fans were just chanting shit,shit,shit at their own players in that millwall way.I have to quite like millwall mostly cos their hate of west ham,ok they dont like anyone but they really dont like west ham!!
Nothing about that area is a laugh!bermondsey,new cross southwark camberwell green hard areas,even now with gentrifying parts of it.
My old man grew up round there and his second wife is from Bermondsey. I remember in the Borough Market Islamic attack, one of the attackers was reportedly wearing an Arsenal shirt and a Millwall fan blocked the doorway to a restaurant saying I'm Millwall and you're not coming in whilst getting stabbed. That's hardcore.
http://www.independent.co.uk/News/u...ner-football-fan-lion-of-london-a7775246.html
 
Boone

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Great... I thought we’d seen the worst of it playing at Rodney Parade. Looks like I was horribly mistaken. Ironically an uneven surface like that will really level the playing field here.
 

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