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smithp 9:34 Sun Mar 12
Millwall Fans today
So I see Millwall were up to their old tricks today, punching spuds fans, racial abuse, just can't condone this sort of behaviour 😉

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icwhs 10:23 Mon Mar 13
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Or

As we used to say in the days

1 naughty slap, and a bit of banter

Stranded 10:08 Mon Mar 13
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As stewie griffin said earlier in the thread "If ever 7 seconds of videofootage summed up an entire group of fans...."

Lowestoft Hammer 9:59 Mon Mar 13
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It was Mad Dog Dil punching Raving Iron.

Stranded 9:53 Mon Mar 13
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Having just checked, they're blue.

Stranded 9:49 Mon Mar 13
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If you pause that video at the right moment, as he's going down the bottom half of his legs come into shot, and he's wearing those skin-tight black 'hipster' jeans.

Garth Algar 6:01 Mon Mar 13
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If I was SON, I'd keep a bag of dvds by the bench and next time I heard it throw a bunch into the crowd......then again I'm a LAD.

Grumpster 5:30 Mon Mar 13
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Still laughing at the Spurs fan getting punched.

Most of the so called racism in chants at football is a right load of old nonsense.

Modern football has unfortunately coincided with the rising on the PC and human rights brigades.

'Ooohh the nasty men sang a song about me'

Why footie is shit now!

One Word 5:25 Mon Mar 13
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Sold but how do they moan about DVD selling songs when they sing that about him

Northern Sold 5:08 Mon Mar 13
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:-(

One Word 5:07 Mon Mar 13
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TOTTENHAM SONG ABOUT SON HEUNG MIN

'He'll shoot, He'll score, He'll eat your Labrador

SullyHammer 12:18 Mon Mar 13
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ornchurch ammer 11:49 Mon Mar 13

Even still, it's quite obvious when you're in the ground (and you can hear it clearly on the TV) what they are singing, yet they don't get pulled up on it.

zebthecat 12:06 Mon Mar 13
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SullyHammer 11:45 Mon Mar 13

Asterix supports Tottenham?!

BulphanIron 11:57 Mon Mar 13
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Same as us at Millwall last time out.

BRIEFS go to the "wrong" people...

Northern Sold 11:53 Mon Mar 13
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Couple of my Spurs MATES were out early yesterday... 9:30ish...they reckon it was quiet as you like... well apart from when they turned up at quarter to 2... all very much a massive anti climax

ornchurch ammer 11:49 Mon Mar 13
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Supporters like ours and Millwall do not go running to the media expressing faux outrage in a bid to cause problems.

Perhaps we should, perhaps there are more important things in life to worry about.

Northern Sold 11:46 Mon Mar 13
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- a song about one of their own players eating a Labrador




What the fuck ??????

SullyHammer 11:45 Mon Mar 13
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One Word 7:41 Mon Mar 13

That's what winds me up about that lot. They happily sings anti Semitic songs about themselves being yids etc and have the gaul to call us pikey's but when reversed they cry like little babies.

How do Chelsea and Spurs a) have the front to call us pikey boys and b) haven't been pulled up by the FA for racist abuse? Our poor Irish / Essex/ Kent contingent must feel really hurt.

Sven Roeder 8:55 Mon Mar 13
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Saying Kane's injury is similar to the last one.
Couple of months out would be fine before his big move in the summer.

bigst 8:51 Mon Mar 13
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Punchbags of Europe, they know what they are...

stewie griffin 8:20 Mon Mar 13
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If ever 7 seconds of videofootage summed up an entire group of fans....

Prick hot exactly what he deserved

One Word 7:41 Mon Mar 13
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Not sticking up for wall fans but Spurs fans singing
- Songs about Pikeys
- chanting yids
- a song about one of their own players eating a Labrador

Oh fuck wall sing about someone selling dvds

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