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East London Loyal

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About East London Loyal

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    I live too far away to attend many matches.
  1. Alan Curbishley

    Yes I do. Though personally, I make him 100% right.
  2. Alan Curbishley

    I liked Curbs when he was with us, though because he sued the club for undermining him and selling key players behind his back, a lot of supporters turned against him for taking money away from a club in financial trouble before Sullivan, Gold and Brady began their own hatchet job. All Charlton fans I know adore the bloke.
  3. Liam Miller

    I think we all wish the boy well, especially a man with so much to live for. Godspeed sir, Godspeed.
  4. Moyes To West Ham

    I wasn’t happy. Nothing new. Supporting us is never, ever easy.
  5. Southgate does not pick Messi in his top three

    Most of his initiatives were ignored. The blokes cares about the game and in the instance of West Ham, every time he's had to aid, the club have benefited. Unfortunately the FA and everyone involved are suits on big money, which is all that matters. The development of the English game and the national team are of secondary importance, which is why the national game at the top level has minority English participation and the foreign players. With the exception of Dele and Kane, who really is top drawer?
  6. Tony Blair wanted a British football league

    I don't think it included Northern Ireland as it was all to do with the England/Scotland relationship going on that article. I think Rangers/celtic would be comfortable top-flights clubs, depending on what level they came in at. And the other teams that should be invited down are Aberdeen, Hearts, Hibs, Motherwell, Kilmarnock, Inverness and both Dundee clubs. It would elevate every club as it would create new interest and new rivalries and grounds would be fuller in the lower leagues.
  7. Arsenal's invincibles - a myth?

    Millwall? Yeah, agree.
  8. Arsenal's invincibles - a myth?

    Your Mum doesn't mind the stench, mate.
  9. Arsenal's invincibles - a myth?

    I can't stand the other clubs in London. Lets take a look at them. 1) Arsenal - All the history, but no character. Now known as the latte drinking London club for the middle classes to sit and applaud quietly. 2) Chelsea - A club built for modern football. I can't knock their away crowed, but their home support and identity have been taken over by the plastics and tourists. Only Man United are ranked higher for day trippers 3) Spurs - Good old Tottenham. As a fanbase, they're caught in a delusion of success and what they're going to achieve and it seems it's a prerequisite to sniff glue before entering White Hart Lane/Wembley for that delusion to become part of the greater Spurs psyche 4) Millwall - Nothing but respect for this mob. Can't say I like them, but they're unchanged. Millwall will always be Millwall and a reminder to football of the past 5) West Ham United - My first love. Like Millwall but now removed from our home to play in a bowl. The same people over there though and very much the same atmosphere. You can take the club out of Upton Park... Success will never come, no matter where we play.
  10. Greatest Moment as a Rangers Fan

    Exausting to watch, but such a great game. Must have been amazing to have been there.
  11. Positives

    Full backs not up to the job and easily exploitable and set pieces. Positives: with the ball, Rangers look dangerous. Windass may well be key and looks as if he's comfortable out left where he has the ability to take people on. A real player in there and his negative is his engine as he faded out. Fitness may peak as the season progresses. negatives: Big players and set pieces could be Rangers undoing. Other than Alves, nobody could really challenge some of their lumps with high balls. Ref watch: Not a bad performance, but how Moulton remained on the pitch after the forearm in the box for the penalty and followed up by a late challenge outside his box later in the game was beyond me. More dangerious to his own team as well and clearly not the brightest spark.
  12. Taigs attacked Tommy Robinson today, ended up smashed

    The mhedia can twist as they like, but TR understands the power of social media and that's where many people look to for real news. So, fear not, the truth can't be whitewashed when recorded first hand.
  13. Are you hurting Timmy

    I sometimes try to reflect on my own feelings to Celtic and sections of their fans as extremist, then on further reflection it's patently obvious who're the extreme ones. Celtic and their supporters have thrived in the freedom the media have afforded them and any negativity out of Greyskull is whitewashed. Hailed as a Scottish (😆) institution to be proud of, yet full of Irish Republican sympathisers, Hamas supporters and allegedly tried to protect peadophiles. Because of the support they have outside of their own walls, even when faced with scandle, they're painted as innocents.
  14. 2017/18 Football Shirts

    There was a beer festival going on when I was there. All seemed fine, including the supporters inside the ground. Loved it, would go again, but mates have no interest in a return.
  15. 2017/18 Football Shirts

    The of the shirt reminds me of the the Arsenal 1990s banana kit. I follow HSV and I saw them against Mainz a few years back and for a club with their history and pedigree, it's strange watching them battling relegation each season. The one thing I and I'm sure any fan of the Bundesliga would like to see is them remove that fucking clock! It's there to mug them off eventually if they do get relegated and recent seasons suggest that it's a possibility. Saying that, I'd like to watch them and Dynamo Dresden, who're another German club I like.
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