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9 hours ago, welsOwl74 said:

likes a bet too 

 

taken last year in William hill crystal peaks 

 

 

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Wow. Creepy. Stalking someone in their downtime. 

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Never understood how anyone can change allegiances, be it a professional footballer or a bloke from the local.

 

Incidentally, a bloke in my local stopped 'supporting' Wednesday and started 'supporting' Man United because he wanted tickets for a Steel City Derby at Hillsborough years ago and he was refused because he wasn't on the club's database (tried telling me he always paid on the door). Don't even acknowledge the bloke anymore as he pounces around in his Man United shirt.

 

As for Maguire, Vardy has absolutely rinsed him here and deservedly so. I can understand Maguire not sharing the same hatred for United as regular Wednesdayites because he played for them, but declaring he now supports them is pretty sad.

 

If it was the other the way round, I'm not sure I could bring myself to claim him as 'one of our own'.

 

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In fairness to Uncle Fester, he's in a difficult position.

 

There's no doubting that at heart he's an Owl, but when a player has been brought up by the Blades and owes all he has to them what is he supposed to say?

 

In addition, the Blades are more partisan than we are, in the same way that the Scots, Irish and Welsh are more nationalistic than the English.

 

It's small club/nation mentality.

 

If the Celts are overly patriotic, it's called national fervour.

 

If the English are overly patriotic, it's called nationalism...or worse, national socialism.

 

The real point here is what was he doing in their academy in the first place?

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He's a Wednesdayite but has been with United most of his life so naturally looks out for them

 

Still lives in Mosborough

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13 hours ago, a_weishaupt said:

 

No.

 

Anyone who loves Vardy doesn't know him.

I have known him since he was about 5 years old and you are talking out of your rectum pal.

 

Just because you don't like him, doesn't mean everyone who knows him has to feel the same, that's not really how the world works.

 

I barely see him these days but growing up I always thought he was a good kid and whenever I do bump into him we always stop and have a chat. I know him well enough and I like him.

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5 minutes ago, LSOwls said:

He's a Wednesdayite but has been with United most of his life so naturally looks out for them

 

Still lives in Mosborough

 

Before the derby he openly tweeted that he was red and white, and I think he sat in the away end cheering them on. No Owl would ever do that, even if they did have a soft spot for them.

 

 

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Just now, alanharper said:

 

Before the derby he openly tweeted that he was red and white, and I think he sat in the away end cheering them on. No Owl would ever do that, even if they did have a soft spot for them.

 

 

Bang on!!! He's a pig now.

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You should've made your mind up by your teenage years.

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Had a mate growing up who was a Wednesday fan, and when we got relegated from the Premier League, he "swapped" to Leeds.

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I support Wednesday and United, I feel it’s improtant for Sheffield football overall to have two strong city clubs so I follow both clubs as much as I can.

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Michael Palin is the worse, originally a Unitedite when growing up in the 70’s, then a Wednesdayite in the early 90’s.

 

When ever he’s interviewed now, he just says he wants both teams to do well as they represent Sheffield.

Doesnt seem that passionate about football either way and sits on the fence, just like Rebowl Yell.

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I don’t really I just want to see if I can get as many negs as Geoffrey does with his posts.

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1 minute ago, Rebowl Yell said:

I don’t really I just want to see if I can get as many negs as Geoffrey does with his posts.

 

Well it’s not working, I’ve given you a like, just to wee wee you off,

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3 minutes ago, sheffsteel said:

Michael Palin is the worse, originally a Unitedite when growing up in the 70’s, then a Wednesdayite in the early 90’s.

 

When ever he’s interviewed now, he just says he wants both teams to do well as they represent Sheffield.

Doesnt seem that passionate about football either way and sits on the fence, just like Rebowl Yell.

 

In his diaries (published, I'm not a stalker) Palin barely mentions United if at all, but speaks about Wednesday a few times including having a badge on his jacket in the late 60s, attending a game at Orient, and how happy he was on the day we got promoted in 1984.

 

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44 minutes ago, alanharper said:

 

In his diaries (published, I'm not a stalker) Palin barely mentions United if at all, but speaks about Wednesday a few times including having a badge on his jacket in the late 60s, attending a game at Orient, and how happy he was on the day we got promoted in 1984.

 

 

and I remember being in the stand at two successive away games at Charlton & QPR, Palin was at both and everyone was singing the lumberjack song to him.

70s I think.

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can't spoke england :)

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Would love vardy to put a nail in the pigs coffin.

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2 minutes ago, TaxiMark said:

Would love vardy to put a nail in the pigs coffin.

 

even if he did the mardy arse would be on with his spta dummy face saying they outplayed them 

 

i may be wrong but fairly sure he's said that about almost all their defeats 

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3 minutes ago, steelowl said:

 

even if he did the mardy arse would be on with his spta dummy face saying they outplayed them 

 

i may be wrong but fairly sure he's said that about almost all their defeats 

Doesn't he know the sign of a good side is playing c r a p and winning. Dem Blavdes.

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4 hours ago, Woozie said:

You should've made your mind up by your teenage years.

 

 

Should have your mind made up before the afterbirth's dumped lol 

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