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    EFL Championship 2018/2019



    Here you go Cy

    Not a bad bet at 8/1

    Whaddya reckon?

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    I know nothing, but West Brom for me

    Good for a couple of pies @ 8/1

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    Havenít really been able to look,dil.

    Looking forward to taking on the vile again though.

    Stoke have a strange liking for signing our players, and still havenít learned from Berahino and Fletcher.

    Letís see if we hang on to Rondon and Chadli.

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    I would put Brentford, Bristol City and possibly Ipswich and Reading in that mix.

    Not to mention my team.

    The relegated sides will struggle to adjust.

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    Lampard's Derby won at Reading with a last minute winner on the opening night.

    Eyes on the Midlands this year: Stoke, WBA, Villa, Derby and Forest (having spent a few quid) all challenging for promotion.

    Some history among that lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Lampard's Derby won at Reading with a last minute winner on the opening night.

    Eyes on the Midlands this year: Stoke, WBA, Villa, Derby and Forest (having spent a few quid) all challenging for promotion.

    Some history among that lot.
    Maybe Sideburns will make a comeback.


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    Liverpoolís talented 18 year old has signed for Sheffield United on a season long loan, with the full approval of Jurgen Klopp.
    Quite a coup for the Blades, considering Villa were also after him.
    The Blades also plucked 21 year old Man City Academy player Kean Bryan on a free transfer from the premier league champions.

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    WBA 1 Bolton 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    WBA 1 Bolton 2
    The Three Degrees might be looking at Division 3 very soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Seeing as Cy is such a rabid ABU I can't help but laugh at that . Green owed, you blue cnut.

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    Boing Boing!!!!

    Useless cunts couldnt hit a cows arse with a banjo yesterday, 20 shots on goal and a laughable paltry 3 on target.

    If only they could score like those guys on Camera 1 ..... ahay



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    Looks like a good get-together, dill.

    We start shit every season, btw...except last season, and look where that got us.

    I guess you're still denying that's you out-of-shot holding the wolves flag...or are you ready to come out now?


    BTW...those numbers actually look pretty fucking overwhelming in favour of Albion really, don't they.

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    I think performances are far better than results, especially watching Maureenho's shit.
    I reckon you'll be challenging.

    It must make a refreshing change though eh? Ok you're in the relegation zone now, but when that soon changes, to be up there at the top and pushing to win something

    And no I'm not a Dingle

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    I think performances are far better than results, especially watching Maureenho's shit.
    I must admit, those numbers reminded me a lot of Man U vs West Brom last season.

    Stoke are still spending on known quantities. We're getting in mostly lower-league youngsters.

    I think top six might be the best we can do this year, although we have rebounded straight back into the prem before, so we've got players and a manager who know how it's done.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    And no I'm not a Dingle
    So what was your local team growing up?

    You know, the one supported by your school-mates, who weren't just glory hunters watching on the telly but who actually went to games?

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    I grew up as a squaddie brat closer to Barcelona than Birmingham

    I started supporting Man U after watching them lose the FA Cup final 3-2 to Arsenal 78/79. They were just a good cup team then but i loved the way they played and later sent a letter to M16 ORA asking Dave Sexton for a shirt, ball and a rosette. They sent me a newsletter
    I should have seen the signs then, prawn sandwich munching fucks
    They won fuck all under Sexton.

    When my dad left the army we moved to where our mom comes from and watched the local team, who were and still are worse than West Brom

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    ....who weren't just glory hunters watching on the telly but who actually went to games?
    bullseye!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post

    I started supporting Man U after watching them lose the FA Cup final 3-2 to Arsenal 78/79.
    Classic final.

    I'd been supporting Albion (going to games) for 8 years by then.



    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    When my dad left the army we moved to where our mom comes from and watched the local team, who were and still are worse than West Brom
    You still can't quite bring yourself to name them then.
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    Explain the Glory to me from 78/79 til Fergie joined.

    Although I do have a photo in a European cup winning Villa shirt somewhere, can't help what the inlaws buy you for Xmas eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Explain the Glory to me from 78/79 til Fergie joined.
    Yeah, I meant the history.

    Atkinson buying our two best players was significant too.

    As with his time at several other clubs, buying the best players from his previous club was about all he got right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Atkinson buying our two best players was significant too.
    Robson and.....
    Googled it.... Remi Moses

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Googled it....
    Says it all.

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    That's soccer anorak status

    Anyway when was the last time you went to a game?
    You have last Boxing Day to beat, else you are taking the armchair fan accolade from me

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    So you made it to one game.

    No armchair supporting from me this year....unless Myanmar Sports comes through on HD Prime.

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    I can get you a proper tv box with everything on for 20k

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