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Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by LordRaven » Sat Sep 08, 2018 2:19 pm

Ray of Sunshine wrote:Watching Maltby Main v Frickley Athletic on the iPlayer, good firswt half, second not been as good so far.

Gary McSheffrey playing for Frickley, signed last night, Birmingham City once spent £4 million on him.


I have absolutely no idea where those two teams are from?

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by Ray of Sunshine » Sat Sep 08, 2018 1:56 pm

Watching Maltby Main v Frickley Athletic on the iPlayer, good firswt half, second not been as good so far.

Gary McSheffrey playing for Frickley, signed last night, Birmingham City once spent £4 million on him.

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by LordRaven » Sat Sep 08, 2018 1:51 pm

Wales were magnificent winning 4-1 against Ireland but I felt really sorry for Scotland as Belgium continued to prove once again that they are a magnificent team.
England V Spain tonight, Come On England!!! I'm hoping for a great match with plenty of goals.

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by LordRaven » Mon Sep 03, 2018 1:20 pm

VelvetCat wrote:
LordRaven wrote:Leeds and Middlesborough nullified each other completely last night, but typically Pulis had his lads playing very hard aggressive football, which was reciprocated, and the most notable moments of the game were all the yellow card incidents. We still remain top but Boro' showed just what a good team they are under Pulis.



It won't last, believe me. The anti football from him will just get worse and worse... I know, he was HC here for too long.

ION, we beat our bogey team Stoke on Saturday which made me very happy, going into a international break on a win is a pleasant change. Blues next at St Andrews. Always enjoy a local derby, can't wait to play our old enemy Villa!

The last few seasons Leeds have started really well and then fell away in all too familiar a fashion and I am hoping they at least make the play offs this time round but when I look at all the Big Clubs in The Championship I do think it is going to be a tough season for all involved.

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by VelvetCat » Mon Sep 03, 2018 3:01 am

LordRaven wrote:Leeds and Middlesborough nullified each other completely last night, but typically Pulis had his lads playing very hard aggressive football, which was reciprocated, and the most notable moments of the game were all the yellow card incidents. We still remain top but Boro' showed just what a good team they are under Pulis.



It won't last, believe me. The anti football from him will just get worse and worse... I know, he was HC here for too long.

ION, we beat our bogey team Stoke on Saturday which made me very happy, going into a international break on a win is a pleasant change. Blues next at St Andrews. Always enjoy a local derby, can't wait to play our old enemy Villa!

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by LordRaven » Sun Sep 02, 2018 7:16 pm

bogtrotter wrote:Well done Watford for beating the Spuds.


Amazing result for Watford :thumbsup:

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by bogtrotter » Sun Sep 02, 2018 5:54 pm

Well done Watford for beating the Spuds.

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by LordRaven » Sat Sep 01, 2018 6:59 pm

Text wrote:Yeah especially if your team is playing ….. or if you laid on a bet. :smilin:
I was rapidly losing interest in footy. But my interest is piqued once more, having seen the top players perform on the world stage, it's nice to see them back playing in their various domestic league clubs.


I am wondering who will stop Man City this season as they seem pretty invincible. I think Liverpool and Spurs might be in with a chance.

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by Text » Sat Sep 01, 2018 6:56 pm

Yeah especially if your team is playing ….. or if you laid on a bet. :smilin:
I was rapidly losing interest in footy. But my interest is piqued once more, having seen the top players perform on the world stage, it's nice to see them back playing in their various domestic league clubs.

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by LordRaven » Sat Sep 01, 2018 6:48 pm

Text wrote:
LordRaven wrote:Leeds and Middlesborough nullified each other completely last night, but typically Pulis had his lads playing very hard aggressive football, which was reciprocated, and the most notable moments of the game were all the yellow card incidents. We still remain top but Boro' showed just what a good team they are under Pulis.


Sometimes that is the best type of match. :laughing:
After all the word implies the two teams should be --- well, you know.... matched!
Hence why I was pleased when the keeper made an error in the world cup final which allowed the other team back into the game.
As much as I wanted ''les bleus' to win, I did not want to see an out & out one-sided rout.


Very true, I have seen and really enjoyed quite a few goalless draws but do like seeing the ball hit the back of the net.
:awesome:

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by Text » Sat Sep 01, 2018 6:44 pm

LordRaven wrote:Leeds and Middlesborough nullified each other completely last night, but typically Pulis had his lads playing very hard aggressive football, which was reciprocated, and the most notable moments of the game were all the yellow card incidents. We still remain top but Boro' showed just what a good team they are under Pulis.


Bib: Sometimes that is the best type of match. :laughing:
After all the word implies the two teams should be --- well, you know.... matched!
Hence why I was pleased when the keeper made an error in the world cup final which allowed the other team back into the game.
As much as I wanted ''les bleus' to win, I did not want to see an out & out one-sided rout.

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by LordRaven » Sat Sep 01, 2018 6:27 pm



England Ladies have now qualified for the World Cup --again!!! :smilin:

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by LordRaven » Sat Sep 01, 2018 4:43 pm

Leeds and Middlesborough nullified each other completely last night, but typically Pulis had his lads playing very hard aggressive football, which was reciprocated, and the most notable moments of the game were all the yellow card incidents. We still remain top but Boro' showed just what a good team they are under Pulis.

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by Dean » Sat Sep 01, 2018 3:31 pm

Spurs fans will be happy, South Korea have won Gold at the Asia Games, meaning their player Son won’t have to do the 2 year mandatory military service for his country. You are exempt from it if you win a gold medal at the Asia Games (and other major events I believe)

Re: Dog's Football Thread #8

Post by LordRaven » Fri Aug 31, 2018 3:31 pm

BUDGIE wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
Very true, I detest these bastards that support whoever is winning. My next door neighbour supported Liverpool all his life and then Abrahamovic bought Chelsea and he swapped to them, bloody turncoat.


That's funny because Jobless Oddball's a Chelsea supporter yet lives nowhere near Stamford fucking Bridge!!!!!!!!! :trollface:

Glory hunters are part and parcel of the game, always have been.... I don't like how people in London support Man U or travel from Aberdeen to support Celtic or Rangers....

I only started supporting Leeds as a kid because there was no league football team near where I grew up and when I started school every fucker supported Man Utd?
I therefore opted for Leeds.

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