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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-6556065/Manchester-City-defender-Vincent-Kompany-deserved-red-card-wild-lunge-Liverpools-Mo-Salah.html


:lol: Worms and cans spring to mind

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-6556065/Manchester-City-defender-Vincent-Kompany-deserved-red-card-wild-lunge-Liverpools-Mo-Salah.html



Can't make a decision on photos.

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 Post subject: Re: England - (A Great Year In ) League 1...Championship Tim
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Crewe start their league one campaign hosting Notts County.



Always had a bit of time for Crewe, my housemate at uni was a season ticket holder there and whenever Millwall didn't have a game I would watch Crewe.

Got known there for a while as the random Millwall supporter that who would turn up. Remember Shaun Smith(from the halfway line)'s goal v Brentford - I was there.


So much for Notts County these days. Oldest club, now relegated to conference.

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 Post subject: Re: England - (A Great Year In ) League 1...Championship Tim
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Crewe start their league one campaign hosting Notts County.



Always had a bit of time for Crewe, my housemate at uni was a season ticket holder there and whenever Millwall didn't have a game I would watch Crewe.

Got known there for a while as the random Millwall supporter that who would turn up. Remember Shaun Smith(from the halfway line)'s goal v Brentford - I was there.


So much for Notts County these days. Oldest club, now relegated to conference.


I hope they can bounce back and stay fully professional otherwise they lose their historical record.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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Worst case, who would be next on the list - is it Stoke?

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Worst case, who would be next on the list - is it Stoke?



I think so, forest or Sheff Wed would be close - assuming they were also professional back then.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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30 wins, 7 draws, 1 loss - finish second. Unreal. If only it were still two points for a win like the old days............ :|

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2018-19 EPL (formerly the 2017-18 EPL thread)
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30 wins, 7 draws, 1 loss - finish second. Unreal. If only it were still two points for a win like the old days............ :|

Never again will a team accumulate 97 points and not win the title - just unbelievable

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Hello, New here from the UK. It's a good start and I love football. Looking forward to this group.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Orchardhouse wrote:
Hello, New here from the UK. It's a good start and I love football. Looking forward to this group.


east Sussex? couldn't you afford to live in Surrey or west Kent?

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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God is an Englishman wrote:
Orchardhouse wrote:
Hello, New here from the UK. It's a good start and I love football. Looking forward to this group.


east Sussex? couldn't you afford to live in Surrey or west Kent?


It's for old people, you're his target demographic :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Nice One Cyril wrote:
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Orchardhouse wrote:
Hello, New here from the UK. It's a good start and I love football. Looking forward to this group.


east Sussex? couldn't you afford to live in Surrey or west Kent?


It's for old people, you're his target demographic :wink:



Not in east Sussex I'm not.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Looks we could be on the look out for a new manager with Newcastle United targeting Owls boss Steve Bruce to replace Benitez.


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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Terrible kit, looks like an AFL supporters jumper

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Raich Carter wrote:
Terrible kit, looks like an AFL supporters jumper

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I wonder what Swanee thinks ?


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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Raich Carter wrote:
Terrible kit, looks like an AFL supporters jumper

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I wonder what Swanee thinks ?


Can’t believe anyone fell for it TBH. It’s crystal clear what the rules are on shirt advertising.


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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Majority of championship clubs appear not to be over spending at this stage and if they are spending then they are only spending the $'s they are getting in.

Brentford appear to be pretty active in the transfer market so it will be interesting how they go.

Leeds look to be cashed up so it will be interesting to see if they look to spend or is it just an offset to the last year spend?


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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Posted it on my Facebook page...thought it was terrible, but also thought it had to be a marketing prank...
They played against Rochdale wearing the prank tops and will now be selling the shirts off for charity.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Millwall: Club fined over racist chants from some fans


Police came onto the pitch at the final whistle of the FA Cup tie between Millwall and Everton, which the home side won 3-2
Millwall have been fined £10,000 and told to "implement an action plan" after it was ruled some fans chanted racist language during an FA Cup game.
Supporters could be heard using a racist term derogatory to the Asian community in their fourth-round win over Everton in January.
The Football Association found the club had "failed to use all due diligence" and ensure its supporters refrained from using racist language.
Millwall will not be appealing.
However, the Championship club say while they accept there was a clear breach of the regulation they "fundamentally disagree with several elements which have shaped the subsequent sanction against them".
"Anyone found guilty of discrimination of any sort at The Den is not just issued with an immediate ban, but also offered the opportunity to attend Millwall For All's 'Fan Diversity Scheme', which aims to educate rather than simply just exclude," a club statement said.
"Education is key when it comes to dealing with people with unpalatable views and football clubs should be at the forefront of efforts to do so."
The chants followed crowd trouble near to The Den before the game started.
A man was slashed across the face during a brawl which the Metropolitan Police believed involved groups of rival fans.
Problems continued in the stadium with supporters invading the pitch and police separating the two sets of fans at full-time.
"The [independent regulatory] commission found that the club had failed to use all due diligence to ensure its responsibility was discharged under FA Rule E21 in respect of the charge against it for a breach of FA Rule E20," an FA spokesperson said.
"The FA investigated allegations of discriminatory behaviour and chanting after becoming aware of a video posted on social media.
"The FA subsequently alleged that the club failed to ensure its spectators, and all persons purporting to be its supporters or followers, conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and refrained from using abusive and/or insulting words which included a reference to race and/or ethnic origin and/or colour, during the fixture."

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PostPosted: Fri Aug 02, 2019 11:53 am 
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Millwall: Club fined over racist chants from some fans


Police came onto the pitch at the final whistle of the FA Cup tie between Millwall and Everton, which the home side won 3-2
Millwall have been fined £10,000 and told to "implement an action plan" after it was ruled some fans chanted racist language during an FA Cup game.
Supporters could be heard using a racist term derogatory to the Asian community in their fourth-round win over Everton in January.
The Football Association found the club had "failed to use all due diligence" and ensure its supporters refrained from using racist language.
Millwall will not be appealing.
However, the Championship club say while they accept there was a clear breach of the regulation they "fundamentally disagree with several elements which have shaped the subsequent sanction against them".
"Anyone found guilty of discrimination of any sort at The Den is not just issued with an immediate ban, but also offered the opportunity to attend Millwall For All's 'Fan Diversity Scheme', which aims to educate rather than simply just exclude," a club statement said.
"Education is key when it comes to dealing with people with unpalatable views and football clubs should be at the forefront of efforts to do so."
The chants followed crowd trouble near to The Den before the game started.
A man was slashed across the face during a brawl which the Metropolitan Police believed involved groups of rival fans.
Problems continued in the stadium with supporters invading the pitch and police separating the two sets of fans at full-time.
"The [independent regulatory] commission found that the club had failed to use all due diligence to ensure its responsibility was discharged under FA Rule E21 in respect of the charge against it for a breach of FA Rule E20," an FA spokesperson said.
"The FA investigated allegations of discriminatory behaviour and chanting after becoming aware of a video posted on social media.
"The FA subsequently alleged that the club failed to ensure its spectators, and all persons purporting to be its supporters or followers, conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and refrained from using abusive and/or insulting words which included a reference to race and/or ethnic origin and/or colour, during the fixture."


I now await the argument for the defence. :wink:

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Old Master wrote:
Millwall: Club fined over racist chants from some fans


Police came onto the pitch at the final whistle of the FA Cup tie between Millwall and Everton, which the home side won 3-2
Millwall have been fined £10,000 and told to "implement an action plan" after it was ruled some fans chanted racist language during an FA Cup game.
Supporters could be heard using a racist term derogatory to the Asian community in their fourth-round win over Everton in January.
The Football Association found the club had "failed to use all due diligence" and ensure its supporters refrained from using racist language.
Millwall will not be appealing.
However, the Championship club say while they accept there was a clear breach of the regulation they "fundamentally disagree with several elements which have shaped the subsequent sanction against them".
"Anyone found guilty of discrimination of any sort at The Den is not just issued with an immediate ban, but also offered the opportunity to attend Millwall For All's 'Fan Diversity Scheme', which aims to educate rather than simply just exclude," a club statement said.
"Education is key when it comes to dealing with people with unpalatable views and football clubs should be at the forefront of efforts to do so."
The chants followed crowd trouble near to The Den before the game started.
A man was slashed across the face during a brawl which the Metropolitan Police believed involved groups of rival fans.
Problems continued in the stadium with supporters invading the pitch and police separating the two sets of fans at full-time.
"The [independent regulatory] commission found that the club had failed to use all due diligence to ensure its responsibility was discharged under FA Rule E21 in respect of the charge against it for a breach of FA Rule E20," an FA spokesperson said.
"The FA investigated allegations of discriminatory behaviour and chanting after becoming aware of a video posted on social media.
"The FA subsequently alleged that the club failed to ensure its spectators, and all persons purporting to be its supporters or followers, conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and refrained from using abusive and/or insulting words which included a reference to race and/or ethnic origin and/or colour, during the fixture."


I now await the argument for the defence. :wink:



Millwall at it again....


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Michael wrote:
Bomber wrote:
Old Master wrote:
Millwall: Club fined over racist chants from some fans


Police came onto the pitch at the final whistle of the FA Cup tie between Millwall and Everton, which the home side won 3-2
Millwall have been fined £10,000 and told to "implement an action plan" after it was ruled some fans chanted racist language during an FA Cup game.
Supporters could be heard using a racist term derogatory to the Asian community in their fourth-round win over Everton in January.
The Football Association found the club had "failed to use all due diligence" and ensure its supporters refrained from using racist language.
Millwall will not be appealing.
However, the Championship club say while they accept there was a clear breach of the regulation they "fundamentally disagree with several elements which have shaped the subsequent sanction against them".
"Anyone found guilty of discrimination of any sort at The Den is not just issued with an immediate ban, but also offered the opportunity to attend Millwall For All's 'Fan Diversity Scheme', which aims to educate rather than simply just exclude," a club statement said.
"Education is key when it comes to dealing with people with unpalatable views and football clubs should be at the forefront of efforts to do so."
The chants followed crowd trouble near to The Den before the game started.
A man was slashed across the face during a brawl which the Metropolitan Police believed involved groups of rival fans.
Problems continued in the stadium with supporters invading the pitch and police separating the two sets of fans at full-time.
"The [independent regulatory] commission found that the club had failed to use all due diligence to ensure its responsibility was discharged under FA Rule E21 in respect of the charge against it for a breach of FA Rule E20," an FA spokesperson said.
"The FA investigated allegations of discriminatory behaviour and chanting after becoming aware of a video posted on social media.
"The FA subsequently alleged that the club failed to ensure its spectators, and all persons purporting to be its supporters or followers, conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and refrained from using abusive and/or insulting words which included a reference to race and/or ethnic origin and/or colour, during the fixture."


I now await the argument for the defence. :wink:



Millwall at it again....


Pretty soft penalty IMO.

They are top of the table.

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8296916/f ... -millwall/


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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
PostPosted: Fri Aug 02, 2019 11:14 pm 
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As I said at the time, where was the racism? Scouse is not a race.

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Michael wrote:
Bomber wrote:
Old Master wrote:
Millwall: Club fined over racist chants from some fans


Police came onto the pitch at the final whistle of the FA Cup tie between Millwall and Everton, which the home side won 3-2
Millwall have been fined £10,000 and told to "implement an action plan" after it was ruled some fans chanted racist language during an FA Cup game.
Supporters could be heard using a racist term derogatory to the Asian community in their fourth-round win over Everton in January.
The Football Association found the club had "failed to use all due diligence" and ensure its supporters refrained from using racist language.
Millwall will not be appealing.
However, the Championship club say while they accept there was a clear breach of the regulation they "fundamentally disagree with several elements which have shaped the subsequent sanction against them".
"Anyone found guilty of discrimination of any sort at The Den is not just issued with an immediate ban, but also offered the opportunity to attend Millwall For All's 'Fan Diversity Scheme', which aims to educate rather than simply just exclude," a club statement said.
"Education is key when it comes to dealing with people with unpalatable views and football clubs should be at the forefront of efforts to do so."
The chants followed crowd trouble near to The Den before the game started.
A man was slashed across the face during a brawl which the Metropolitan Police believed involved groups of rival fans.
Problems continued in the stadium with supporters invading the pitch and police separating the two sets of fans at full-time.
"The [independent regulatory] commission found that the club had failed to use all due diligence to ensure its responsibility was discharged under FA Rule E21 in respect of the charge against it for a breach of FA Rule E20," an FA spokesperson said.
"The FA investigated allegations of discriminatory behaviour and chanting after becoming aware of a video posted on social media.
"The FA subsequently alleged that the club failed to ensure its spectators, and all persons purporting to be its supporters or followers, conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and refrained from using abusive and/or insulting words which included a reference to race and/or ethnic origin and/or colour, during the fixture."


I now await the argument for the defence. :wink:



Millwall at it again....


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Old Master wrote:
Millwall: Club fined over racist chants from some fans


Police came onto the pitch at the final whistle of the FA Cup tie between Millwall and Everton, which the home side won 3-2
Millwall have been fined £10,000 and told to "implement an action plan" after it was ruled some fans chanted racist language during an FA Cup game.
Supporters could be heard using a racist term derogatory to the Asian community in their fourth-round win over Everton in January.
The Football Association found the club had "failed to use all due diligence" and ensure its supporters refrained from using racist language.
Millwall will not be appealing.
However, the Championship club say while they accept there was a clear breach of the regulation they "fundamentally disagree with several elements which have shaped the subsequent sanction against them".
"Anyone found guilty of discrimination of any sort at The Den is not just issued with an immediate ban, but also offered the opportunity to attend Millwall For All's 'Fan Diversity Scheme', which aims to educate rather than simply just exclude," a club statement said.
"Education is key when it comes to dealing with people with unpalatable views and football clubs should be at the forefront of efforts to do so."
The chants followed crowd trouble near to The Den before the game started.
A man was slashed across the face during a brawl which the Metropolitan Police believed involved groups of rival fans.
Problems continued in the stadium with supporters invading the pitch and police separating the two sets of fans at full-time.
"The [independent regulatory] commission found that the club had failed to use all due diligence to ensure its responsibility was discharged under FA Rule E21 in respect of the charge against it for a breach of FA Rule E20," an FA spokesperson said.
"The FA investigated allegations of discriminatory behaviour and chanting after becoming aware of a video posted on social media.
"The FA subsequently alleged that the club failed to ensure its spectators, and all persons purporting to be its supporters or followers, conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and refrained from using abusive and/or insulting words which included a reference to race and/or ethnic origin and/or colour, during the fixture."


The last time you brought up "trouble" involving Millwall, you had to run away because your facts were wrong. When will this happen on this thread?

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