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By Yudster
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bladeslee wrote:I have really have grown to hate penalty shootouts with a passion now because Sheffield utd lost tonight in JPT yet again on pens & if you include England. Tonight was 5th consecutive penalty shootout in just over a year, ive been on the losing side for lost to Bradford, Huddersfield, Italy , Burton, & now Coventry

I know its england 3rd most prestigious trophy but i wanted to win the JPT but it was sheff utd only realistic chance of winning or even scoring at wembley/neutral venue for 1st time since 1993 i would have rather lost in FA Cup


You should support Sheffield Wednesday.
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By neilt0
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By bladeslee
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Yudster wrote:
bladeslee wrote:I have really have grown to hate penalty shootouts with a passion now because Sheffield utd lost tonight in JPT yet again on pens & if you include England. Tonight was 5th consecutive penalty shootout in just over a year, ive been on the losing side for lost to Bradford, Huddersfield, Italy , Burton, & now Coventry

I know its england 3rd most prestigious trophy but i wanted to win the JPT but it was sheff utd only realistic chance of winning or even scoring at wembley/neutral venue for 1st time since 1993 i would have rather lost in FA Cup


You should support Sheffield Wednesday.


ha ha ha no as at least with our penalty faults, we actually know how to win more than 1 game since november
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By Yudster
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You should though. They're a nicer club.
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By chrysostom
#487994
bladeslee wrote:we actually know how to win more than 1 game since november


How many Championship games have you won since November? :P
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By dimtimjim
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Nice to see mighty-mighty-Leicester riding high in the Championship at present. Doubt it'll last, but meh.
By bladeslee
#488207
Yudster wrote:You should though. They're a nicer club.


really wednesday v leeds was hardly a good advertisement & are you £100 more expensive for a season ticket & chrysostom nice one last time utd were in th championship we found it hard to win games never mind were arent it
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By Yudster
#490241
Oh I am so depressed. What a poor excuse for football we are playing. We deserve all we're getting right now - ie nothing.

When a fish starts to stink it starts at the head. Robbie Cowling.
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By chrysostom
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Yudster wrote:Oh I am so depressed. What a poor excuse for football we are playing. We deserve all we're getting right now - ie nothing.


Same down at the Emirates. Sigh.
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By dimtimjim
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Could be worse, you could be a Villa fan! **snigger**

(should add, the Ex's new fella is Villa mad and tries to impart it onto my beautiful daughter - obvs they are a natural midlands rival to mighty-mighty-Leicester, but this jus' makes me even more pleased when they're doing this bad! Mwhahahaha!)
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By chrysostom
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dimtimjim wrote:(should add, the Ex's new fella is Villa mad and tries to impart it onto my beautiful daughter


If someone tried to sway my (fictitious) daughter's footballing allegiance, there would be hell to pay.
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By dimtimjim
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If I was more of a footy fan myself, I'd be more annoyed by it, as it is, its jus' funny and something me n my gal can share a joke about (as all its done is make her as anti-Villa as I am!).
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By MK Chris
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My mum and Steve bought my stepsister's baby daughter a QPR top - her husband is a United fan.
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By Yudster
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Topher wrote:My mum and Steve bought my stepsister's baby daughter a QPR top - her husband is a United fan.


Why would they do that?
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By MK Chris
#490252
Because they are both big QPR fans!
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By Yudster
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I'm a Col U fan but I wouldn't buy a Col U shirt for someone I suspected might not be. Especially not if there was a chance that their parents might not want me to.
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By chrysostom
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I bought an Arsenal kit for my godson, but only as I know that neither of his parents have a particular footballing allegiance when it comes to English teams, and in Norway (where he is) there is a heavy bias towards Liverpool.

I just couldn't risk letting that happen to him.

edit. I don't hate ALL Liverpool fans.
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By Yudster
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It wouldn't have bothered me I don't think, but I know if anyone had got Baby Yudster a football shirt Mr Yudster would have been extremely annoyed if it had been anything other than Man U. I think its probably fine for dads to give themselves the privilege of at least trying to shape their sons' football affiliations!

It doesn't always work though - Mr Yudster's youngest brother deliberately turned his back on United and declared himself a Liverpool fan just to piss the rest of the family off. He is my favourite brother in law - I hate Liverpool, but I love the gesture!
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By MK Chris
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Ha. They found it funny anyway - they wouldn't have done if if they didn't know them well enough to know they would.
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By chrysostom
#490258
It's always worth it to get a picture of them in the kit, just so you can torture them with it as their 18th/21st birthday or wedding!

I would be mortified if there was a picture of me looking happy in a Spurs shirt. My uncle supports Spurs. Hmm :?
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By DevilsDuck
#490259
My Brother in Law bought my son a Liverpool shirt...as a Man Utd fan this annoyed me greatly...but as that appeared to be the reason behind it as opposed to a nice present, I went a long with it, let him wear it the day he got it and then it disappeared!
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By dimtimjim
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DevilsDuck wrote:as Man Utd fan


Like all the other 'sailors'...

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By dimtimjim
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