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Manchester City Vs Chelsea

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Big game for Manchester this evening, going to be a tough one against without a doubt the best team in the league. We have potentially a large number of injuries including Bellamy, Wright Phillips, Ir… Read More
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Big game for Manchester this evening, going to be a tough one against without a doubt the best team in the league. We have potentially a large number of injuries including Bellamy, Wright Phillips, Ireland, Weiss and Petrov, could leave us very vulnerable down the wings, but of course 'We got Robinho'

Im going to have to say a win a for Chelsea if we are at half strength if we half Shauny-babes and Superman fit then I'm going for 2-2
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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banned#1
draw specialists 1 chelsea 5
#2
Get a grip
#3
draw specialists 0 chelsea 5
#4
The plastic new bitters are up early this morning lol.
banned#5
iNSOMANiAC
The plastic new bitters are up early this morning lol.


Whatever you do, don't add a tag to congratulate your team on victory (on the other team), or you will get a bitter mod suspending you. (Seriously)
banned#6
iNSOMANiAC
The plastic new bitters are up early this morning lol.


Do you ever think to turn 'repeat' off and 'shuffle' on?
#7
FilthAndFurry
Do you ever think to turn 'repeat' off and 'shuffle' on?


Sorry troll boy, not biting.
banned#8
iNSOMANiAC
Sorry troll boy, not biting.


I don't actually want a direct response - just some variation. Less magnolia, more rainbows.

Be like a bag of Revels or Quality Street, rather than a pot of gruel.

I want chocolate:p
#9
FilthAndFurry
I don't actually want a direct response - just some variation. Less magnolia, more rainbows.

Be like a bag of Revels or Quality Street, rather than a pot of gruel.

I want chocolate:p


It's unlikely that anyone who has spent their life following ManC is going to have a sunny disposition. Perennial failure with the "world's most successful club" :roll: just down the road would make anyone miserable.
#10
Thats where you're wrong, true Id like to see City win something in my lifetime but Im always happy so long as Im going to watch my local club and they put 100% effort in, win or lose. Being a City fan you come to accept failure as inevitable
banned#11
tony_s1
It's unlikely that anyone who has spent their life following ManC is going to have a sunny disposition. Perennial failure with the "world's most successful club" :roll: just down the road would make anyone miserable.


Have they relocated to Madrid?

To be fair though, your comment probably adequately exposes you as a trophy hunter and not a football fan. Sure, everyone wants their team to win, but it's not actually the reason you give your support. I doubt you'll ever grasp that.
#12
guv
your comment probably adequately exposes you as a trophy hunter and not a football fan.


Sadly, as we know this place is absolutely teeming with them, its what I like to call the 'Sky generation', no loyalty to their local clubs.
#13
I want them both to lose, However as United need Chelsea to drop point's I'm hoping for a City win, A draw would be ok as they'd both drop points..!!

I predict a 2-2
#14
guv
Have they relocated to Madrid?

To be fair though, your comment probably adequately exposes you as a trophy hunter and not a football fan. Sure, everyone wants their team to win, but it's not actually the reason you give your support. I doubt you'll ever grasp that.


LOL. You've got it all wrong. I'm a lifelong Pompey fan and I know exactly how ManC fans feel. I also have an intense dislike of ManUre and Chelski out of pure jealousy. :-D
banned#15
iNSOMANiAC
Sadly, as we know this place is absolutely teeming with them, its what I like to call the 'Sky generation', no loyalty to their local clubs.


Why should someone?

I don't support my local club - I support the team my father supported. You narrow view of how one should support a football team is born of bitterness it would seem.

Just to further my argument - I don't support my local rugby team, I support the one that I went and saw most weeks whilst at university.

It seems that you're looking for redeeming features of supporting Man City and in your fervour, you have mutated into a one-note angry man.

No hate:thumbsup:
banned#16
tony_s1
LOL. You've got it all wrong. I'm a lifelong Pompey fan and I know exactly how ManC fans feel. I also have an intense dislike of ManUre and Chelski out of pure jealousy. :-D


I do think being a Man Utd fan must be in some way boring - relegation dogfights are character building.:p
#17
FilthAndFurry
I do think being a Man Utd fan must be in some way boring - relegation dogfights are character building.:p


I remember the year ManUre got relegated - we danced on the streets. :p

The same when Southampton slipped out of the Premiership on their way to oblivion.
#18
Your free to support who you like lil trolling fella, I take pride in supporting my local club and thats that, if you want to support someone else because your dogs called stretford or your dads mate once sat next to george best on a train or whatever thats up to you. A lot of you people wont understand what its like to support a club that fails often, we are mainly full of local fans, noone would bother to supports portsmouth or city (until recently at least) unless they were from the area so we take great pride in it.
banned#19
iNSOMANiAC
Your free to support who you like lil trolling fella, I take pride in supporting my local club and thats that, if you want to support someone else because your dogs called stretford or your dads mate once sat next to george best on a train or whatever thats up to you. A lot of you people wont understand what its like to support a club that fails often, we are mainly full of local fans, noone would bother to supports portsmouth or city (until recently at least) unless they were from the area so we take great pride in it.


That's commendable, in a way.

I personally don't think it'd be a matter of pride if I supported a club that I was either born near or grew up close to.

Proximity-based things are rarely a source of pride for most people, so the fact that you have fought hard against common sense to make it one is a triumph.

Bravo.
#20
iNSOMANiAC
Your free to support who you like lil trolling fella, I take pride in supporting my local club and thats that, if you want to support someone else because your dogs called stretford or your dads mate once sat next to george best on a train or whatever thats up to you. A lot of you people wont understand what its like to support a club that fails often, we are mainly full of local fans, noone would bother to supports portsmouth or city (until recently at least) unless they were from the area so we take great pride in it.


The trouble is that, as a Pompey fan, I'm becoming jealous of ManC. How come you get taken over by arabs with money when we get a couple who probably used to be the tea boys at Dubai World. :roll:
banned#21
tony_s1
LOL. You've got it all wrong. I'm a lifelong Pompey fan and I know exactly how ManC fans feel. I also have an intense dislike of ManUre and Chelski out of pure jealousy. :-D


So you know how citeh fans feel?

BTW - do you hate Tottenham also?
#22
FilthAndFurry
That's commendable, in a way.

I personally don't think it'd be a matter of pride if I supported a club that I was either born near or grew up close to.

Proximity-based things are rarely a source of pride for most people, so the fact that you have fought hard against common sense to make it one is a triumph.

Bravo.



As you have so clearly demonstrated time and time again you cannot grasp the simple concept of taking pride in the team that you live practically next door to so lets just leave it at that pickle. Its like talking at a swamp.
#23
tony_s1
LOL. You've got it all wrong. I'm a lifelong Pompey fan and I know exactly how ManC fans feel. :-D


Manchester City fans hate Stretford because they are our local rivals.
#24
tony_s1
The trouble is that, as a Pompey fan, I'm becoming jealous of ManC. How come you get taken over by arabs with money when we get a couple who probably used to be the tea boys at Dubai World. :roll:


Well I hate to say it but Portsmouth are up **** creek, they are going to go down and never come back up unless that bloke starts throwing some money about, and judging by the fact he keeps taking out loans to pay wages, I dont think he has any !

Whats really worrying is if he's securing these loans against the club......
#25
Hopefully Man City win this but it doesnt seem like it.
#26
guv
So you know how citeh fans feel?

BTW - do you hate Tottenham also?


A tricky question to which the answer is "probably not". They'll never win anything more than the FA Cup with the old backhander in charge and he won us that so who really cares. Portsmouth's problem is more with the people who have owned the club - Harry saw problems coming and jumped ship first. I don't blame him for that - it's just a bit of fun calling him "Judas". :-D
banned#27
iNSOMANiAC
Manchester City fans hate Stretford because they are our far more successful local rivals.


I hate editing other's posts but it was easier.

In the grand scheme of things, proximity to a club is such a minor point.

Most people move at some point in their life, for work, partner's considerations or just innate human curiousity.
#28
I actually feel ashamed with myself for once again being dragged into an argument with a numpty who understands nothing of football or football rivalry when I was simply starting a match day thread. Just troll elsewhere, Ive tried explaining the simple facts to you but as per, you know best.
banned#29
FilthAndFurry;7115862
Why should someone?

I don't support my local club - I support the team my father supported. You narrow view of how one should support a football team is born of bitterness it would seem.

Just to further my argument - I don't support my local rugby team, I support the one that I went and saw most weeks whilst at university.

It seems that you're looking for redeeming features of supporting Man City and in your fervour, you have mutated into a one-note angry man.

No hate:thumbsup:

too right! Where in the footie rule book does it say you have to support your local club?

I dont see these 'local' lads supporting the rule that only local lads can play for a local team :-D

Now that would be fun!
banned#30
iNSOMANiAC
I actually feel ashamed with myself for once again being dragged into an argument with a numpty who understands nothing of football or football rivalry when I was simply starting a match day thread. Just troll elsewhere, Ive tried explaining the simple facts to you but as per, you know best.


I'm actually coming round to your way of thinking. There is some dedication to be admired there.

When I think of my own circumstances and what I would have missed out on if I hadn't moved away from my 'local club' - well those sacrifices are unthinkable.

But you've done that - it's barely comprehensible for most people.
banned#31
tony_s1
A tricky question to which the answer is "probably not". They'll never win anything more than the FA Cup with the old backhander in charge and he won us that so who really cares. Portsmouth's problem is more with the people who have owned the club - Harry saw problems coming and jumped ship first. I don't blame him for that - it's just a bit of fun calling him "Judas". :-D


Hmmm. It wasnt meant as fun in Campbells direction!

Interesting though. So aside from the local "Scummers" as you call them, you hate other teams based on their success?

So I'm guessing its only just recently you started hating Chelsea (who lets face it havent won very much - far less than Spurs for instance) since they got the cash injection? The funny thing with that though, I can still see that going pear shaped. United look ready to burst with the debt they have, so maybe you'll get the last laugh. I'd certainly laugh very very loud along with you.

Thing is, I don't dislike Liverpool - and they are the most successful club in the UK. Are you the same with that? Just wondering if its also fan based?

BTW.... I can remember a cup game at WHL yonks ago one weekday evening v Pompey. Ive never seen any club bring as many fans. Last time I saw them was at Charlton - and they didnt stop chanting all the way through.... so have much respect for Pompey fans.
banned#32
csiman
too right! Where in the footie rule book does it say you have to support your local club?

I dont see these 'local' lads supporting the rule that only local lads can play for a local team :-D

Now that would be fun!


Hmmm. "Sunny Sussex coast"

Not a Brighton Fan I presume? Stretford fan maybe?
#33
I used to see City and Portsmouth as very similar clubs in fact, until Shiwinatra we were in a similar position to what Porstmouth are in now, thankfully we got a miracle which is what Pompey now need !
banned#34
iNSOMANiAC
I used to see City and Portsmouth as very similar clubs in fact, until Shiwinatra we were in a similar position to what Porstmouth are in now, thankfully we got a miracle which is what Pompey now need !


Ive regarded Citeh as a bigger club, however from a fans perspective (with bad times but excellent support) I can see your point.

Its probably the reason why I have time for Pompey and Citeh.
banned#35
guv
Hmmm. "Sunny Sussex coast"

Not a Brighton Fan I presume? Stretford fan maybe?


Completely ignoring the point he made:whistling:
banned#36
FilthAndFurry
Completely ignoring the point he made:whistling:


I didnt see the relevance of suggesting only local players could play for a local team. Only a pointless red herring......Something you are pretty good at.

Did you manage to get a ticket for your teams game today?
#37
I was planning on making Portsmouth Vs Burnley my first game on my brand spanking new Sky Sports HD today, but theyve still not been to fit it ! COME ON, at the very least I want it ready so I can record the City match and watch it again when I get back. Im sad like that.
#38
oops double post
banned#39
guv
I didnt see the relevance of suggesting only local players could play for a local team. Only a pointless red herring......Something you are pretty good at.

Did you manage to get a ticket for your teams game today?


Nope - Chrimbo shopping and coffee with family.

This 'local club' stuff is a load of baloney though - local to where?

Where you were born? Where you were raised? Where you went to uni? Where you bought your first house? Where you live now?

It's utterly arbitrary, facile and the last refuge of the football 'fan'.
#40
we are at unbelievable odds of 7/2 , i'm having a cheeky 20 spot on us


my advise to everyone here is lump on :thumbsup:

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