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VB1: Watch This Video [FOOTBALL related]

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banned#1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSglNX9taUM

sorry for quality, but enjoy...

PS: Volume required
#2
One of THE happiest moments of my life. Tears of sadness became tears of incredible joy within 2 minutes!
#3
fans with no soul, supporting a souless club who shouldnt have won the game at all, they got hammered.

you dont choose a football club, its already in your soul
#4
for me personally the final against chelsea was sweeter, but yeh one of my favourite moments of football, brought a tear to my eye.
banned#5
Nickjjjjj
One of THE happiest moments of my life. Tears of sadness became tears of incredible joy within 2 minutes!


dre1988
for me personally the final against chelsea was sweeter, but yeh one of my favourite moments of football, brought a tear to my eye.


99 final for me definately better than Chelsea final, though Terry missing was a great moment similar to 99!

Greatest moment of my life 99 for sure. The greatest feeling.
#6
Nickjjjjj
One of THE happiest moments of my life. Tears of sadness became tears of incredible joy within 2 minutes!


load of crap to be honest

no football memory can even be in my top 100 happiest moments of my life all those are family/friend related
#7
jamstaruk1972
load of crap to be honest

no football memory can even be in my top 100 happiest moments of my life all those are family/friend related




How is it a load of crap? You can't make judgments without knowing circumstances. It just so happens I watched it with my family and friends, all United fans, and my Nan who was in her 70s and had supported united all her life was so happy and in tears. Football can bring people together, and shared memories can be so uplifting. Me and my brother still talk about that night.
#8
bauer
fans with no soul, supporting a souless club who shouldnt have won the game at all, they got hammered.

you dont choose a football club, its already in your soul


You can't talk ! I was at the last game of the this season at Old Trafford and you lot were cheering every Chelsea goal as your own even when you were down by four goals...
banned#9
jamstaruk1972
load of crap to be honest

no football memory can even be in my top 100 happiest moments of my life all those are family/friend related


I feel sorry for you....
#10
D!zzy
You can't talk ! I was at the last game of the this season at Old Trafford and you lot were cheering every Chelsea goal as your own even when you were down by four goals...


i was their too, its called having a good time, even though we lost (gutted obviously) we still had a great day, we know how to gt behind our team even at your library
#11
anyway, is any manure fan on this thread from anywhere near manchester???

gloryhunters i presume :roll::roll:
#12
bauer
i was their too, its called having a good time, even though we lost (gutted obviously) we still had a great day, we know how to gt behind our team even at your library


Point is you can't talk about soul and stuff when you cheering on another team scoring when you're team is losing right in front of you.
#13
D!zzy
Point is you can't talk about soul and stuff when you cheering on another team scoring when you're team is losing right in front of you.


thats balls and you know it, it was very enjoyable seeing you all spitting your dummys out we had already had a good season, final day of the season with nothing to play for really, having said that if you lose to burnley you deserve to lose the title

"its not fair the stokefans are cheering" :roll::roll:
#14
bauer
anyway, is any manure fan on this thread from anywhere near manchester???

gloryhunters i presume :roll::roll:



Everyone assumes that, but so what if they are? If people support United because they grew up watching them being successful, who cares? As long as they remain loyal, then it's fine by me. Besides, most aren't glory hunters if 25 and over. I had my first United kit bought for me the first time I was taken to Old Trafford aged 3 in 1988 by my parents, both United fans.
#15
Nickjjjjj
Everyone assumes that, but so what if they are? If people support United because they grew up watching them being successful, who cares? As long as they remain loyal, then it's fine by me. Besides, most aren't glory hunters if 25 and over. I had my first United kit bought for me the first time I was taken to Old Trafford aged 3 in 1988 by my parents, both United fans.


no it isnt ok, so are you really saying manure were not successfull before the early 90's???

they won the fa cup twice in the mid eighties for a start, many man utd fans aint actually fans, they just latch on to them due to success, i wouldnt swap the roller coaster of being a true stokie for anything, i used to love being in tier 3 playing the likes of millwall away probably more than i like the prem, not that i want us to go back their again,

but you probably will never ever know what feeling im on about
#16
bauer
no it isnt ok, so are you really saying manure were not successfull before the early 90's???

they won the fa cup twice in the mid eighties for a start, many man utd fans aint actually fans, they just latch on to them due to success, i wouldnt swap the roller coaster of being a true stokie for anything, i used to love being in tier 3 playing the likes of millwall away probably more than i like the prem, not that i want us to go back their again,

but you probably will never ever know what feeling im on about


They weren't 'dominant' like they were in the 90s, and of course they were successful, but that's like saying nobody can be a fan of a team unless they are rubbish.

While I was on the waiting list for a United season ticket, I went and watched my local team at the time, Wrexham, playing in what is now League 1, League 2 and the conference, so I know the ups and downs of supporting smaller clubs.
#17
Had this discussion in a previous thread about British clubs in Europe. TBH im a Pompey supporter and i remember that game very well. ANY club from these shores playing a foreign club i will support. To me that was England vs Germany full stop.

I loved every minute of seeing those German faces drop and English faces in awe at what Utd done that day. I was on my feet bouncing around like a teenager on MeowMeow and it was amazing, great buzz, and an evening i will never forget.

Geez lets not get all 'my clubs better than yours' or 'utd supporters suck' etc etc. This was WW2 all over again.... and we stuck one up the Jerrys bigtime that day !
banned#18
vibeone
99 final for me definately better than Chelsea final, though Terry missing was a great moment similar to 99!

Greatest moment of my life 99 for sure. The greatest feeling.


I dont think the Wedge agrees! :w00t:
#19
PS ive seen a lot of clubs from these shores play in Europe over the years, and Scottish clubs to tbh. Watched Rangers in Cyprus many years ago when they had Gazza... even then i had an amazing time with some bloody amazing supporters. Great beer up afterwards... as you'd expect from the Jocks :-D
#20
Nickjjjjj
They weren't 'dominant' like they were in the 90s, and of course they were successful, but that's like saying nobody can be a fan of a team unless they are rubbish.

While I was on the waiting list for a United season ticket, I went and watched my local team at the time, Wrexham, playing in what is now League 1, League 2 and the conference, so I know the ups and downs of supporting smaller clubs.


this is exactly what i mean, you dont have the same passion, i have watched macc town when stoke has been posponed or not playing, but i would never support them or anyone else

my heart and soul is in stoke, and always will be when they lose i dont want to speak to anyone for the week, when we win im the exact opposite.

im not saying you have to support rubbish teams, but thats the difference between proper fans and fans like yourself (no offence) people who support manure, chelski the arse etc look down on other smaller clubs, but success is relative

take hull as an example, look at the 6 years previous to them getting promotion to the top tier and how far they came, you would probably call them rubbish, but arguabally they have been as successfull as manure or any of the big clubs.

anyway im off bed
#21
bauer
this is exactly what i mean, you dont have the same passion, i have watched macc town when stoke has been posponed or not playing, but i would never support them or anyone else

my heart and soul is in stoke, and always will be when they lose i dont want to speak to anyone for the week, when we win im the exact opposite.

im not saying you have to support rubbish teams, but thats the difference between proper fans and fans like yourself (no offence) people who support manure, chelski the arse etc look down on other smaller clubs, but success is relative

take hull as an example, look at the 6 years previous to them getting promotion and how far they came, you would probably call them rubbish, but arguabally they have been as successfull as manure or any of the big clubs.


I take offence at this. If I can't get into the stadium as I don't have a ticket, how can I watch the games. Plus at the time I wasn't old enough to drive etc. So I went and watched football on a Saturday afternoon. And I used rubbish as a generalisation of the point you seemed to be making. I would guarantee you that I am am at least as passionate about my club than you are about yours. It's not a competition, though fans of clubs outside the 'big four' seem to think that they are much more passionate about their clubs for some reason. Why?

Because my club hasn't languished in the lower leagues, I can't know what being a "proper fan" is about? I like Stoke, they are a nice club. I've been to the Britannia as my dad lives in Stoke and had a good time, and this was when they were in the old second division.

At the end of the day, fans of the 'smaller' clubs (for want of a better term) are always going to make accusations about fans like myself for one reason or another, but I've been all over Europe for United and have the same passion for them that you have for your club.

End of.
#22
Nickjjjjj
I take offence at this. If I can't get into the stadium as I don't have a ticket, how can I watch the games. Plus at the time I wasn't old enough to drive etc. So I went and watched football on a Saturday afternoon. And I used rubbish as a generalisation of the point you seemed to be making. I would guarantee you that I am am at least as passionate about my club than you are about yours. It's not a competition, though fans of clubs outside the 'big four' seem to think that they are much more passionate about their clubs for some reason. Why?

Because my club hasn't languished in the lower leagues, I can't know what being a "proper fan" is about? I like Stoke, they are a nice club. I've been to the Britannia as my dad lives in Stoke and had a good time, and this was when they were in the old second division.

At the end of the day, fans of the 'smaller' clubs (for want of a better term) are always going to make accusations about fans like myself for one reason or another, but I've been all over Europe for United and have the same passion for them that you have for your club.

End of.


fair do's then, although i wasnt having a go about you watching wrexham, i just meant it is not the same as the club you support being down their, you might be one of the minority of man utd fans that actually do know about football and are passionate about them, (from what you have said you obviously are, i have no problem with proper fans like you, not that you want or need my approval of course) im not a big four hater, although i probably come across as one anyway it really is bed time good night fella
#23
I always remember the commentator, " Name on the trophy" when we'd only scored the equalizer, I must say I had the same feeling that night, I remember it very well, Never drank whiskey since.

The Chelsea final wasn't anywhere near as dramatic and I hated the fact we had to win on penalties, Although the shoot out was very dramatic to say the least. United edged it and just about deserved it. I believe it was fate, 50 years Munich anniversary.

I was of coarse ecstatic on both occasions.
banned#24
old news, boring

zzzzz zzzzz zzzzzz zzz

#25
bauer
fair do's then, although i wasnt having a go about you watching wrexham, i just meant it is not the same as the club you support being down their, you might be one of the minority of man utd fans that actually do know about football and are passionate about them, (from what you have said you obviously are, i have no problem with proper fans like you, not that you want or need my approval of course) im not a big four hater, although i probably come across as one anyway it really is bed time good night fella


Aye, no grudge, I just got a bit riled up :p

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