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  1. Plus how many Prem games would I have to watch before seeing a classic? Couldn't care less about Burnley v Soton, yet if I only watched the constantly hyped Super League sides then I'd probably lose the right to slag off plastic fans, which is something I enjoy doing..
  2. I'm in this category and it's partly because I feel so detached from football. Plus I generally find sport a bit boring as a neutral, so unless I care about the result (usually because I dislike one of the sides or it affects Wednesday) then I don't watch or at the very least have to stick some money on. I don't go to our games to deeply analyse the starting lineup's tactical profile, how we utilise the high press, or to make notes on our playmaker's fluidity. I want the players to welly it into the net so I can jump on my mates after a few beers and a sing song. It's the tribalism and community, having a shared interest with successive generations of my family and an attachment to my home city after having moved as a child. And anyways. By 5pm on a Saturday I tend to be turned off from football for the following week!
  3. Most my mates are Forest fans and they found it interesting too.
  4. Nice one - won't trouble myself with it in that case!
  5. This. Maybe I was expecting too much as phone releases seem to be more evolutionary than revolutionary (unlike in the early days when the tech was young) but considering what it costs feel a touch underwhelmed. I went for the ultra as it was on offer but shouldn't have done in hindsight.
  6. What's the needs/doesn't need based upon or is it specific to every headphone?
  7. Gf has them and I have the touch ones. Bloody brilliant, better value than the XM4s (which are very good).
  8. It's football. The entire thing is childish if you're going to go all high brow on us. Bloody embarrassing a grown man running onto the pitch. He should have stayed in the stands to chant 'who are ya' at the home end like a respectable person. That's the adult way to celebrate someone kicking a ball between some posts. Like others have said. If the photo was from three decades ago everyone would be fawning over the 'good ol days', 'memories' and how 'football was so much better back then'. So miserable.
  9. Nothing. So yes, I'm missing it. No idea what difference the opposition makes.
  10. Indeed. Just a lazy response from them. Not sure what's more arrogant, jumping on the opposition's pitch for 30 seconds or suggesting we shouldn't celebrate against teams like crewe. Can't people just enjoy and save the whinging for tomorrow?
  11. Not read the whole thread but I'm wondering how far into the season or of what stature the opposition need to be? Have a bit of fun. Dear me.
  12. Talk about sapping the fun out of football, you lot. Football is built on rivalries. Passion. Reverting back to being a schoolkid. We clap like seals, bounce on the spot, wear our favourite football teams colours, shout BOOOOOO at the referee, and put our arms in the air if someone kicks a ball between some posts (or a mature wheeeey when it clears the Kop). It's an ex player, with even stronger links to our club, who left under strained circumstances that many feel was disrespectful to SWFC so of course there will be chanting? And of course there will be more interest in post-match threads such as these as opposed to some random third division player whom many have never heard of or seen. Plenty on here hate Arsenal due to something almost thirty years ago. Derby from the 3-3 game. Palace for the pitch invasion. It's football, we hold grudges, and it's brilliant. (He's a wnaker btw)
  13. Pretty sure that Wednesdayites are the only fans to ever moan or demand more. The match day section says so.
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