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kowenicki said:
pezus said:

Like always you seem to hate on United for no reason at all. How can you not be bitter, if you're a United fan and the title slips away like it did here, during the final minutes. It's a normal reaction. What do you mean by United not being a Manchester club? 


do you support Man U?

I "support" them as in they are my favourite team but I am not a fanatic. And I do not really care about the geographical placements of the clubs. So, could you answer the question now?



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KillerMan said:
kowenicki said:
pezus said:
So very disappointing and I'd like to echo Rol's words:
"Celebrating a team like Manchester City is just wrong."


this is just so so so weak.

Man U paid 60m for two players years ago (ferdinand and Rooney)... probably about 80m in todays money.  Utd bought the title many times spent big money on many players, as did Chelsea, as did Blackburn, as did many other teams.

I am not a city fan...

The hypocricy of football fans is funny.  At least the City owbers are building something propery, as anyone (like me) who lives in the area will tell you. massive infrastructure going on (spending hundreds of millions on the surrounding area)  and community projects.  This really is a dynasty being built... live with it.

"bitter red" will be the new phrase to over take "bitter blue" in the coming years.

I think I'll hop in a cab for a night out in manchester tonight...  could be fun.

But from where did ManU originally rise to the top? When Fergie took the helm ManU was almost dropping out of league. After that with excelent coaching and buying right players they managed to rise to the top and now they have huge amount of money to buy players they want because they have been so succesful. Chelsea rose to the top because Abramovich bought the team and spent billions. Same with City.

how old are you?  United were a massive club a long time before Fergie took over.  One of the biggest in the world.  They spent money throuhgtout the 70's and 80's and won nothing.  



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What team do you support Kowen?



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pezus said:
kowenicki said:
pezus said:

Like always you seem to hate on United for no reason at all. How can you not be bitter, if you're a United fan and the title slips away like it did here, during the final minutes. It's a normal reaction. What do you mean by United not being a Manchester club? 


do you support Man U?

I "support" them as in they are my favourite team but I am not a fanatic. And I do not really care about the geographical placements of the clubs. So, could you answer the question now?

like many United "fans" and "supporters" you know nothing of the local history, local rivalries and national rivalries.

Utd is in Trafford, in the city of Salford.  Why are United your favourite team?  I will never understand someone that supports a team outside of the area they come from let alone the country in which they live... weird...

I hate man U for very good reasons revolving around my entire life living in the area and supporting a different smaller club from the same area.



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kowenicki said:
pezus said:
kowenicki said:
pezus said:

Like always you seem to hate on United for no reason at all. How can you not be bitter, if you're a United fan and the title slips away like it did here, during the final minutes. It's a normal reaction. What do you mean by United not being a Manchester club? 


do you support Man U?

I "support" them as in they are my favourite team but I am not a fanatic. And I do not really care about the geographical placements of the clubs. So, could you answer the question now?

like many United "fans" and "supporters" you know nothing of the local history, local rivalries and national rivalries.

Utd is in Trafford, in the city of Salford.  Why are United your favourite team?  I will never understand someone that supports a team outside of the area they come from let alone the country in which they live... weird...

I hate man U for very good reasons revolving around my entire life living in the area and supporting a different smaller club from the same area.


You will never understand someone that supports a team from outside of the area? Maybe people move? Why should it matter where they live?  If they support a team it doesn't make a difference as to where they live. I support Leeds and I live in London and I am a fanatic Leeds fan. Are u going to question my support because I don't live in Leeds?



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kowenicki said:
pezus said:
kowenicki said:
pezus said:

Like always you seem to hate on United for no reason at all. How can you not be bitter, if you're a United fan and the title slips away like it did here, during the final minutes. It's a normal reaction. What do you mean by United not being a Manchester club? 


do you support Man U?

I "support" them as in they are my favourite team but I am not a fanatic. And I do not really care about the geographical placements of the clubs. So, could you answer the question now?

like many United "fans" and "supporters" you know nothing of the local history, local rivalries and national rivalries.

Utd is in Trafford, in the city of Salford.  Why are United your favourite team?  I will never understand someone that supports a team outside of the area they come from let alone the country in which they live... weird...

I hate man U for very good reasons revolving around my entire life living in the area and supporting a different smaller club from the same area.

Okay, but Salford is in the Greater Manchester area so I don't see a problem. I support them because when I was growing up they had some of the best and most prominent players in the world. I know a few things of their history, but obviously not all, because frankly I am not that much into football. I follow it for enjoyment, and United has provided me with the most enjoyment of the English clubs. 

It's not weird to support clubs from other countries when most of the teams in your own country suck big time. Why should I want to follow lesser football instead?



thehusbo said:
kowenicki said:
pezus said:
kowenicki said:
pezus said:

Like always you seem to hate on United for no reason at all. How can you not be bitter, if you're a United fan and the title slips away like it did here, during the final minutes. It's a normal reaction. What do you mean by United not being a Manchester club? 


do you support Man U?

I "support" them as in they are my favourite team but I am not a fanatic. And I do not really care about the geographical placements of the clubs. So, could you answer the question now?

like many United "fans" and "supporters" you know nothing of the local history, local rivalries and national rivalries.

Utd is in Trafford, in the city of Salford.  Why are United your favourite team?  I will never understand someone that supports a team outside of the area they come from let alone the country in which they live... weird...

I hate man U for very good reasons revolving around my entire life living in the area and supporting a different smaller club from the same area.


You will never understand someone that supports a team from outside of the area? Maybe people move? Why should it matter where they live?  If they support a team it doesn't make a difference as to where they live. I support Leeds and I live in London and I am a fanatic Leeds fan. Are u going to question my support because I don't live in Leeds?

You must either be from Leeds or studied there, can't imagine why anyone not from Leeds would support TWS.



JazzyJeez said:
thehusbo said:
kowenicki said:
pezus said:
kowenicki said:
pezus said:

Like always you seem to hate on United for no reason at all. How can you not be bitter, if you're a United fan and the title slips away like it did here, during the final minutes. It's a normal reaction. What do you mean by United not being a Manchester club? 


do you support Man U?

I "support" them as in they are my favourite team but I am not a fanatic. And I do not really care about the geographical placements of the clubs. So, could you answer the question now?

like many United "fans" and "supporters" you know nothing of the local history, local rivalries and national rivalries.

Utd is in Trafford, in the city of Salford.  Why are United your favourite team?  I will never understand someone that supports a team outside of the area they come from let alone the country in which they live... weird...

I hate man U for very good reasons revolving around my entire life living in the area and supporting a different smaller club from the same area.


You will never understand someone that supports a team from outside of the area? Maybe people move? Why should it matter where they live?  If they support a team it doesn't make a difference as to where they live. I support Leeds and I live in London and I am a fanatic Leeds fan. Are u going to question my support because I don't live in Leeds?

You must either be from Leeds or studied there, can't imagine why anyone not from Leeds would support TWS.

My grandad lived in Leeds for about 30 years then moved to London, my dad obviously supports Leeds because my grandad does and now I support them. You would be surprised. There are many Leeds fans spread out across the country and I know quite a few in London.



An amzing final day to the season. I'm dissapointed by the result,but it did win me a bit of money. I hope next season is as exciting... 2 goals in injury... insane finish.



OMG!!!
What a match!!
Incredible!!