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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
PostPosted: Tue Oct 15, 2019 10:51 am 
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God is an Englishman wrote:
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Kevin Muscat has emerged among the leading contenders to replace Millwall coach Neil Harris at the Championship club he once skippere



A few names being mentioned

Roy Keane
Chris Hughton
Alex Rae
Paul Ince

I'd like it to be Muscat.



i would like to see roy keane back at old trafford in some role. director of football maybe. fans have faith in ole. he has said he needs 3 years so get off his back.get glazers out who are milking the club like the oystons were at blackpool. take woodward with them,all he knows is how to sell shirts. 75 thousand fans have spoken. :roll:


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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Penalty/red card appears to be a big moment in the game.



Watched it a few times now and can't make my mind up. I'm sure if I was a leeds fan though, my mind would be made up.


I can see from the refs angle why he may have given the penalty but I still wouldnt have given for the dive after. I thought it was only yellow if its in the box so to me (as a Leeds man) it was double stuff up. These things happen in games and over the course of a season so its just about getting on with it. In saying that I believe Leeds are going to appeal the red card.[/quote]


Redwin FYI I could give more examples if needed.


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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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The most one sided derby in football (citation needed) continues.

23 years and counting. :D

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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:
The most one sided derby in football (citation needed) continues.

23 years and counting. :D


Saw the highlights of the game last night. Polish keeper certainly contributed to the win. :wink:

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The most one sided derby in football (citation needed) continues.

23 years and counting. :D


Saw the highlights of the game last night. Polish keeper certainly contributed to the win. :wink:



He's been playing very well apparently.

That goal from Smith though, watched it MANY times.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Premier League refs and assistants were left stunned when chief Mike Riley told them: "I'm well pleased with the way VAR is operating."

With people like this in charge its no wonder they are having issues.



Moved to correct thread. EPL :oops:


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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Premier League refs and assistants were left stunned when chief Mike Riley told them: "I'm well pleased with the way VAR is operating."

With people like this in charge its no wonder they are having issues.



The championship doesn't have VAR.

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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:
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Premier League refs and assistants were left stunned when chief Mike Riley told them: "I'm well pleased with the way VAR is operating."

With people like this in charge its no wonder they are having issues.



The championship doesn't have VAR.


...and is probably better off for it

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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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Swansea City fan who lives just a mile from Cardiff City's stadium faces a 'TWO-HUNDRED MILE' round trip for the South Wales derby because police are forcing supporters to take a club coach and won't let them travel alone!

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sport ... match.html

Segregation gone mad.


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Swansea City fan who lives just a mile from Cardiff City's stadium faces a 'TWO-HUNDRED MILE' round trip for the South Wales derby because police are forcing supporters to take a club coach and won't let them travel alone!

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sport ... match.html

Segregation gone mad.

For years, when Millwall played Leeds, we are made to travel by coach and made to pull in to the services to switch a voucher for an actual match ticket.

One year we refused the tickets and to take part in Leeds/Police's ridiculous games. Game was pmayed without away fans and next year, Leeds backed down.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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ozzie owl wrote:
Swansea City fan who lives just a mile from Cardiff City's stadium faces a 'TWO-HUNDRED MILE' round trip for the South Wales derby because police are forcing supporters to take a club coach and won't let them travel alone!

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sport ... match.html

Segregation gone mad.


Don't they have an area for general supporters. What would a tourist in the area who decides they want to watch a game have to do?

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Mal Venus wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Swansea City fan who lives just a mile from Cardiff City's stadium faces a 'TWO-HUNDRED MILE' round trip for the South Wales derby because police are forcing supporters to take a club coach and won't let them travel alone!

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sport ... match.html

Segregation gone mad.


Don't they have an area for general supporters. What would a tourist in the area who decides they want to watch a game have to do?



would be surprised if a non member would be able to get a ticket for this game (Season tickets for swansea). I'd say at the least you would need a history of buying Cardiff tickets to get on in the Home end. So, a tourist won't be going to the game.

A neutral would need to go in the Home end. They would have no issues there. Only issue would be cheering on the wrong team. If you did that at this game then better hope you bought travel Insurance.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Mal Venus wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Swansea City fan who lives just a mile from Cardiff City's stadium faces a 'TWO-HUNDRED MILE' round trip for the South Wales derby because police are forcing supporters to take a club coach and won't let them travel alone!

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sport ... match.html

Segregation gone mad.


Don't they have an area for general supporters. What would a tourist in the area who decides they want to watch a game have to do?


I think very little chance of neutral getting tickets to this game.


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ozzie owl wrote:
Mal Venus wrote:
ozzie owl wrote:
Swansea City fan who lives just a mile from Cardiff City's stadium faces a 'TWO-HUNDRED MILE' round trip for the South Wales derby because police are forcing supporters to take a club coach and won't let them travel alone!

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sport ... match.html

Segregation gone mad.


Don't they have an area for general supporters. What would a tourist in the area who decides they want to watch a game have to do?


I think very little chance of neutral getting tickets to this game.


If only he hadn't blocked me, he could have read this already.

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Who blocked you?

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Mal Venus wrote:
Who blocked you?


ozzie/English owl/red/comet/king

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Would travel insurance really help or come into play? I have never taken it out for a domestic game.


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Unietd We Stand wrote:
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Would travel insurance really help or come into play? I have never taken it out for a domestic game.



Depends on where the tourist is from..

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 Post subject: Re: England - 2019-20 Championship (formerly the 18-19 EPL)
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Swanny, I went to watch Fulham v Huddersfield yesterday. WTF is that kit that Huddersfield are wearing, they look like a team of traffic cones?

Played like it in the first 20 minutes too :wink:

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Leeds in freefall. Looked certain promotion candidates weeks ago now may not make the playoffs if they continue this current trajectory.


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Leeds in freefall. Looked certain promotion candidates weeks ago now may not make the playoffs if they continue this current trajectory.



Biesla is a great manager but lacks the ability to respond to instances where the opposition uses his predictability to their advantage.
Leeds have certainly got a team of good players but lack a consistent striker, Bamford is ok but misses far too many golden opportunities for my liking.
Hopefully they will return to form soon and work on beating the opposition rather than trying to dazzle them with their brilliance.

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Leeds in freefall. Looked certain promotion candidates weeks ago now may not make the playoffs if they continue this current trajectory.



Biesla is a great manager but lacks the ability to respond to instances where the opposition uses his predictability to their advantage.
Leeds have certainly got a team of good players but lack a consistent striker, Bamford is ok but misses far too many golden opportunities for my liking.
Hopefully they will return to form soon and work on beating the opposition rather than trying to dazzle them with their brilliance.



Bamford is pony. Will struggle to stop.laughing if dirty leeds choke again. Horrible club, horrible fans.

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God is an Englishman wrote:
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eagleboy wrote:
Leeds in freefall. Looked certain promotion candidates weeks ago now may not make the playoffs if they continue this current trajectory.



Biesla is a great manager but lacks the ability to respond to instances where the opposition uses his predictability to their advantage.
Leeds have certainly got a team of good players but lack a consistent striker, Bamford is ok but misses far too many golden opportunities for my liking.
Hopefully they will return to form soon and work on beating the opposition rather than trying to dazzle them with their brilliance.



Bamford is pony. Will struggle to stop.laughing if dirty leeds choke again. Horrible club, horrible fans.


The title might be thrown wide open if your lot beat WBA tonight.


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Win tonight and we help our play off bid. Lose and we piss dirty leeds off.

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God is an Englishman wrote:
Win tonight and we help our play off bid. Lose and we piss dirty leeds off.


You'll be happy then, you got to piss off Leeds. :wink:

Outplayed by West Brom to be fair, and you've got Fulham up next.

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They'll get to piss leeds off again. :P


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Nice One Cyril wrote:
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Win tonight and we help our play off bid. Lose and we piss dirty leeds off.


You'll be happy then, you got to piss off Leeds. :wink:

Outplayed by West Brom to be fair, and you've got Fulham up next.



Never happy to see us lose.

Yes, outplayed. That Robson-Kanu is decent. Him and thre other striker don't mind some play acting though.

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https://twitter.com/nigel_short/status/1226210817160380417?s=19

This happened at sheff wed at the weekend. Ozzie will tell us that this doesn't happen there. This copper should be in jail.

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Sheffield United fan arrested last night for taking a crap in the centre circle at Hillsborough. :lol:

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