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I’ll be celebrating our 2-0 win at the sty.

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Sat on a potty ready to shiit myself every time the pigs get near our box. 

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At the Bar with people who want to ruin their holiday over a football match

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I will be in sunnier climes (last time I was away on derby day we drew 2-2) would take that garymegson

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1 hour ago, DELUDED OWL said:

Wowsers,you gunna be able to keep not knowing the score till then ?

Have tried this myself,curiosity always,always won.

I know I will go for a walk maybe 

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At home with a face like Victor Meldrew shouting at the screen every 30 seconds. 

 

Carnt f'in wait be a reyt blast :angry:

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We’re travelling up to Newcastle to see my brother-in-law, who is a Leeds fan, on Friday. I insisted that we had to be there so that I could watch it. We were in the top 6 at the time that I insisted.

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Not watching, not listening , not happening, 

I thought I was used to 'em disappointing me, been walking in Scotland this weekend, get back to the campsite Saturday evening and all the lads texts came through at once...I mean f.ook me, I don't mind being let down slowly, but that just summed it all up in about 10 seconds

 

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In Thailand at 2.45 am in a 24 hour sports bar with a bucket of Singha beer to drown the sorrows

Or celebrate a massive win !!!

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At home, beer, wine, curry, wine, hangover and forget the score 

At least there are no blunts near me now the one up the road has moved (that I know)

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1 hour ago, Ever the pessimist said:

Won’t get home until half time... will only watch second half if we are still in the game.

 

Was potentially offered a ticket this afternoon. Tentatively said yes as will rearrange plans if it comes off.

On recent form we only play well in the 1st half...   Don't let our first half performance weigh too heavily on your decision to risk watching the last bit...... LOL

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24 minutes ago, chrisd0407 said:

No matter how bad we are I can't understand anyone not watching the derby if they are able to. I'm like most fans these days, watch 'em with a degree of pessimism (55 years+ experience) which helps take away the pain when they fail. I tend not to say a word these days when they messup. Last time I got up with excitement was Fletcher's goal against Villa. Can they deliver again?

I'm still excited about Ken Knighton's goal in 1974...

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9 minutes ago, Whitecap Owl said:

I'm still excited about Ken Knighton's goal in 1974...

 

Following season me, Brian Joicey's last minute equaliser against Oxford. lol

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I'm working. Agreed to do it months ago, having looked at the fixtures and thought the plod would never agree to move it to the Friday night again. Was pis*ed when they did, but I'm actually glad to be missing it now.

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