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Why do the majority of fans from other clubes dislike St. Albans City fans?

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1 Is it because we have lots of young and cheeky fans who bright futures ahead of them, who spend a large amount of cash on alcohol for when visiting other clubs?<p>2 Is it because we viset grounds an avoide talking to rival fans about non-league statistics?<p>3 Or is it because we always out sing rival supporters even when we are loosing? I shall give you a classic example, Canvey island we sang to the bitter end even though we were 5-1 down.<p>
I remember one little Runt's comment on leaving Canvey's the ground,"eeeeee You should get your self a new team, City aint much ckock are they eeeeeee" Ha Ha Ha what a dick! maybee they should get themselves some new supporters.<p> From my pospective, non-league football has never interested me. I just find it immensely satisfying when traveling to run down and depressed Essexs towns, and observing witless fat men watching the game and shouting out unfunny comments to the goal keeper and referee. I always came back from many games in a happy mood gladly knowing that my life style for out wayssome of our non-league counter parts, who after a game bye a lottery ticket and go hame and dream of better days.(Canvey Island)
<p> We have a large contigency of young supporters who follow the City and we are very proud of that. We always take alarge away croud when viseting other clubs-Aldershot springs to mind, and by god we play up, I should know because a dear friend of mine was ejected from the ground for winding up the Aldershot fans who were over tge other side of the cage. I don't dispice his actions, in fact I am rather jelous, I mean you just cant help your self when there is over five hundred fat face Aldershot fans steering at you through a cage. Iv got a lot of respect for Aldershot they always bring a tasty following to our place, we had a bit of fun with them last time they visited. Ok we ran from them but f#ck me it was a laugh.<p> PS YOU LOT MUST LOVE PLAYING US WE ALEYS SPICE UP THE DAY.

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hehe very good.. but if you are going to demonstrate your superior intelligence and purchasing power you need to do a couple of things differently
1. you need to support a team that isnt quite so financially challenged...surely a club from such a wealthy area needn't be in such an eleemosynary state
2.you need to display a better grasp of the concept of wit..most of your material is of the custard pie variety, we prefer the rapier here..
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in conclusion ill give you a 6 out of 10 in your attempt to elicit a decent response from your main targets of canvey and shots fans..<p>in order to graduate into a true board barbarian you will need some new material <img src="graemlins/images/icons/rolleyes.gif" border="0" alt="[rolleyes]" />

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On the contrary, I find EFM’s missive quite informative – I get few opportunities to analyse fans whose brains so closely resemble the humble garden-pea. There are so many elements of neurosis in his thinking, most of them linked to his own sexual inadequacies, Freud would have had a field day.<p>This discussion board is an excellent vehicle for mental retards (technical term) like this to expunge their innermost feelings of rejection and frustration and the more you other fans can do to elicit such out-pourings of venom and anger, the better. I suggest that his mother may have refused him the breast when he was young; this is a common cause.<p>Dr Zbungle
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Runwell Hospital<p>EFM – you may book into the hospital at any time you like if you want to discuss your problems in greater depth.

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Dr
surely his case is a priority and requires urgent treatment before it becomes untreatable! or is it already to late?

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looking back at point 1. i notice a preponderance to spend copious amounts of money on alcohol..
whilst i whole-heartedly condone this kind of behaviour i have a nagging doubt that our young friend may perhaps still be living at home...unaware of the harsh reality of mortgages or rent, he may be unaware that mummy is relying on daddys divorce payments as 'daddy' plys his trade in the city... hopefully the accrued value on the homely pad will be enough to keep him in uni and beer tokens untill both parents get over the guilt problems that often spoil the odd brat from richville.. then of course he will make his own brave way in the world and end up at some investment bank arbitraging long bonds and making his fortune....or getting the coffees in and photocopying lots of stuff who can tell??..
either way at some stage a good old fashioned blue collar boy will beat the [****!!****] out of our little runt at kings cross one night and he will learn a valuable lesson... one hopes images/icons/wink.gif" border="0 <img src="graemlins/devil.gif" border="0" alt="devil" />

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Why don't just say he is an [****!!****] and be done with it Canv?<p>[ 21 January 2002: This message was edited by: Dave GNFC ]</p>

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Do fans from other clubs hate you lot? Perhaps at a time when the only effort the fans seem to be making (other than whining about Lee Harding) to save your club is to organise a fan day for a forthcoming match, it might be a better idea to try and avoid pi$$ing off said fans of other clubs lest they decide to spend their summers dancing on St. Albans' grave instead of feeling sorry for the demise of one of the more popular away days in the league?

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sorry dave , i was feeling eloquent

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You were feeling an elephant? Always said you Canvey fans were a strange bunch....

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hoho.. we certainly pachyderm jokes in dont we..

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I've a (Probosc)idea it's because it's i-vory punny forum ear, and i've undertaken the tusk of diverting attention from the St. Albans dumbo. I'll get me trunk....

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Your digging your selves deeper by proving my point!

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You weren't expecting people to take you seriously were you? <img src="graemlins/images/icons/rolleyes.gif" border="0" alt="[rolleyes]" />

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Sorry did you have a point, I must have missed it

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I Think that this thread should end now.<p>St Albans came to Gravesend and lost 3-2. They played some lovely football and deserved better. I wish them and all there supporters the best. If we are going to discuss them another thread with a more suitable name would not go amiss.<p>Car Jam




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