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Admiral Lard 11:11 Tue Feb 9
6,000 scoucers at the Boleyn for a week night KO with no train home....
Makes our ticket office decision to only take 3,000 for Anfield inexplicable... it would have made a difference

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Sven Roeder 12:27 Thu Feb 11
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Equaliser
It finished 3-3 and we shared the Cup
* puts fingers in ears* LALALALALALALALALA

Oh Billy Billy.... 12:23 Thu Feb 11
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I'd imagine it was to wind us up that Gerrard scored the winner in the cup final in 2006

LeroysBoots 9:16 Wed Feb 10
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West Ham taking 7200 tickets v Blackburn

LeroysBoots 8:36 Wed Feb 10
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Liverpool scrap 77quid ticket prices

Give in to fan power

Eggbert Nobacon 2:44 Wed Feb 10
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grump that's what I've always read, and then that multiplied with sympathy fopr Munich

Far Cough 2:41 Wed Feb 10
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Ludo yes but I take that as a more humourous thing, haven't heard any Di Canio songs though

Eggbert Nobacon 2:41 Wed Feb 10
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was also based on twitter if was the same one I saw!!

Grumpster 2:40 Wed Feb 10
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Plus I also think that I read the 'Most supporters in England' gumph in the Daily Mail originally, so it must be bollocks!! ;o)

Way before my time, but the Man Utd team of the 50's must have made them 100's of thousands of supporters nationwide.

Johnson 2:39 Wed Feb 10
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Far Cough 2:30 Wed Feb 10

Why do we sing about Ludo, or Di Canio etc?

One Flew 2:38 Wed Feb 10
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To the OP, on the basis that us taking more to Anfield would have made a difference, how is that we didn't lose last night? If 3 to 6 makes such a difference we should have lost.

See you all at Blackburn.

Eggbert Nobacon 2:38 Wed Feb 10
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be more worried about it running in his pants if he's baking it that long VH

Eggbert Nobacon 2:37 Wed Feb 10
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or Chelsea sadly grump,

VirginiaHam 2:36 Wed Feb 10
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stomper 4:35 Wed Feb 10

watched the game with my 12 year old last night.....brilliant. Just after half time he said he needed a poo, but managed to put it off until we'd won the game.

Runs in the family; this is what parenthood is all about.

Grumpster 2:32 Wed Feb 10
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Then again the way football has gone, the fickle fans probably would have been more than happy to swap from Liverpool to Man Utd when they became shit!!!

Eggbert Nobacon 2:31 Wed Feb 10
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just as many Man U as scouse where I was grump and this was when Liverpool were winning the Euopen CUp and Man U hadn;t won the league in about 18 years at the time

they have always been hugely supported

Grumpster 2:30 Wed Feb 10
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Eggbert Nobacon 2:25 Wed Feb 10

Well obviously, they have a bigger ground.

I guarantee Man Utd aren't the biggest supported club in England though.

The world maybe, but certainly not England.

Far Cough 2:30 Wed Feb 10
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Why were they singing the Que Sera Gerrard song?

Thick cunts, he wasn't playing

Grumpster 2:29 Wed Feb 10
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Majority were probably actually Mancs back then though.

I'm from Hornchurch and in my entire year at school (200 kids maybe and from 1986 to 1990), there were 180 West Ham fans, 18 Liverpool fans, 1 yid and 1 gooner.*

Even back then people simply either supported West Ham or Liverpool in my area, as they completely dominated it and kids know no better.

Visit my mate in Oslo now and every cunt over there who is our age supports Liverpool as well, the glory hunting Scandinavian tossers.


*Obviously not completely correct, except for the gooner and yid part.

rumford 2:26 Wed Feb 10
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It was a great night for us and i think we deserved the win, but to be fair their support was excellent.

Eggbert Nobacon 2:25 Wed Feb 10
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Grumpster 11:04 Wed Feb 10
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Probably unlikely Eggy, as Man Utd have only been building up support since Fergie and Celtic are just certain areas of Britain.




Utter bollocks

they've always had bigger crowds than Liverpool even in their glory days

Northern Sold 2:24 Wed Feb 10
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Cough... got ONE very good Rovers MATE... lives in Ramsbottom... normally see him once a year.. imagine he'll be putting up a few Hammers round his gaff... hates Burnley bastards


Norwich MATES... Nope

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