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Manchester United!!!

Man Utd and Arsenal are the only two premiership teams I watch, the rest are just long-ball teams e.g. Liverpool and Chelsea. Unlike Arsenal though we can actually win matches! F.A cup finals being the only exception!

P.S WE WERE ROBBED!!! ESSIEN CLEARLY FOULD RYAN GIGGS AND WE SHOULD HAVE HAD A PENALTY, THE BALL CLEARLY WENT OVER THE LINE AS WELL.
 

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[QUOTE="snakedevil, post: 0]Manchester United!!!

Man Utd and Arsenal are the only two premiership teams I watch, the rest are just long-ball teams e.g. Liverpool and Chelsea. Unlike Arsenal though we can actually win matches! F.A cup finals being the only exception!

P.S WE WERE ROBBED!!! ESSIEN CLEARLY FOULD RYAN GIGGS AND WE SHOULD HAVE HAD A PENALTY, THE BALL CLEARLY WENT OVER THE LINE AS WELL.[/QUOTE]

I support United as well, posting this just as Liverpool lost the CL final and I'm laughing :p.
 

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Seriously daywalker GTFO of soccer threads!!!
anyway, mine is RealMadrid i also like the the rozonieri of Milan.
 
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Arsenal although I am a big fan of Cristiano Ronaldo now that he's stopped the diving. Arsenal has such a great style of attack, easily the best possession team in the game. So many youngsters, in a year or two they'll be looking for the triple.

Others I enjoy watch are Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Fulham and PSV Eindhoven
 

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[QUOTE="Chemo, post: 0]Seriously daywalker GTFO of soccer threads!!!
anyway, mine is RealMadrid i also like the the rozonieri of Milan.[/QUOTE]

:lol:

sorry but its fun pushing y'alls buttons :D
it's all in fun ;)
 

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Bristol City, my homw town team :D Just got promoted to the Championship such an amazig last game of the season, what with the mass pitch invasion and the mobbing of the players.

BTW its good to see Garteh Bale has gone to tottenham, better than one of the big 4 (like Theo Walcott look at him he has hardly played). Anyway imo Bale is the best British talent in football atm. (BTW he is welsh :Dx1000)
 

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[QUOTE="the_womble, post: 1470906]Bristol City, my homw town team :D Just got promoted to the Championship such an amazig last game of the season, what with the mass pitch invasion and the mobbing of the players.

BTW its good to see Garteh Bale has gone to tottenham, better than one of the big 4 (like Theo Walcott look at him he has hardly played). Anyway imo Bale is the best British talent in football atm. (BTW he is welsh :Dx1000)[/QUOTE]

Yeah i was hoping Bale would come to United, he can play left back and left wing and Giggsy isn't going to be playing as many matches now, true he might get more football at Spurs but in years to come i think he might regret it because to be Spurs will always me a mid table team.
 

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[QUOTE="ajrobin, post: 0]yeah i have to agree, Bale/United made the wrong decision[/QUOTE]

It's kind of like Alan Shearer, although he doesn't say anything im sure he regrets joining Newcastle over Man Utd, look at everything we achieved in those years while he was acheiving nothing at Newcastle lol. Wouldn't shock me if it happens with Bale.
 
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bale will either shine and move to a bigger club for an extortionate fee or he'll fail miserably in an average team. at least he moved to spurs rather than chelsea, arsenal or liverpool
 

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Man City, even tho they have been absolutely dire this season! Thank god they sacked Stuart Pearce, i have to say, if i was in a lift with Bin Laden, Bush, and Stuart Pearce, and a gun with 2 bullets, i would shoot Stuart Pearce twice!
 

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[QUOTE="ajrobin, post: 0]bale will either shine and move to a bigger club for an extortionate fee or he'll fail miserably in an average team. at least he moved to spurs rather than chelsea, arsenal or liverpool[/QUOTE]

It honestly wouldn't surprise me if we end up paying a lot for Gareth Bale in years to come, if he's a big success, story of our previous seasons really being overcharged for players, Carrick and Hargreaves anybody? :).
 
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[QUOTE="Phaded, post: 0]It honestly wouldn't surprise me if we end up paying a lot for Gareth Bale in years to come, if he's a big success, story of our previous seasons really being overcharged for players, Carrick and Hargreaves anybody? :).[/quote]

as long as we don't spend £40million on berbatov i'll be happy, Torres would be a better signing or Nani (or both :))
 

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[QUOTE="ajrobin, post: 0]as long as we don't spend £40million on berbatov i'll be happy, Torres would be a better signing or Nani (or both :))[/QUOTE]

Can you honestly see us springing 40million from somewhere? :p and you are right if we DID have 40 million why not spend it on a younger and better talent? i mean if we have 40 million why don't we just bid for Kaka, Eto'o and Ronaldinho while we are at it lol. We need a striker and my 2 choices would be either Torres or Huntelaar and i would also like Nani to move to United :).
 
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[QUOTE="Phaded, post: 0]Can you honestly see us springing 40million from somewhere? :p and you are right if we DID have 40 million why not spend it on a younger and better talent? i mean if we have 40 million why don't we just bid for Kaka, Eto'o and Ronaldinho while we are at it lol. We need a striker and my 2 choices would be either Torres or Huntelaar and i would also like Nani to move to United :).[/quote]

a new keeper would be good as well unless foster is ready because van der sar is somewhat passed his best
 

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[QUOTE="kingsam, post: 0]Nottingham Forest.


What more can I say...[/QUOTE]
Oh yes, another Forest supporter, but then I already knew you supported them too. :p

I also support Flamengo, Ajax, and of course, the one and only, AC Milan. :DD
 

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[QUOTE="ajrobin, post: 0]a new keeper would be good as well unless foster is ready because van der sar is somewhat passed his best[/QUOTE]

Well we do have Kusczak (how do you spell his name? lol) aswell and he isn't bad i guess but i think Foster will be or number 1 when Van der Sar leaves.

Next season's home kit btw.

 
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[QUOTE="Phaded, post: 0]Well we do have Kusczak (how do you spell his name? lol) aswell and he isn't bad i guess but i think Foster will be or number 1 when Van der Sar leaves.

Next season's home kit btw.

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not loving the new kit, bit plain really
 
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[QUOTE="Phaded, post: 0]If it didn't have the Man Utd badge i could easily mistake it for Liverpool kit tbh lol.[/quote]

i can definitely agree with you on that one
 

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[QUOTE="Phaded, post: 0]It honestly wouldn't surprise me if we end up paying a lot for Gareth Bale in years to come, if he's a big success, story of our previous seasons really being overcharged for players, Carrick and Hargreaves anybody? :).[/QUOTE]

Ye personally in a few years when Bale is 20/21 if he keeps devlopiong at this rate then he will defo move to a bigger club unless spurs become a force to be reckoned with :lol:

BTW im going to watch Wales Vs Czech Republic this saturday :D Hopefully i will see Gareth play and maybe a new keeper for a while in Wayne Hennesy