Football League thread


#1208

:gabriel:


#1209

Only 0-0 FT.


#1210

@Gio get yourself one of these babys! :face_vomiting:


#1211

Guess you could say, it takes balls of steel to wear those shirts :wenger:


#1212

Lampard vs. Terry is 0-0 at HT. Middlesbrough, Birmingham, Swansea, Preston, Millwall, Brentford and Ipswich are up, instead. Stoke and Rotherham draw.


#1213

This forum needs a dislike button what the actual fuck. I saw a milan/Inter one once at the derby, fucking disgusting.

I’d literally rather wear an inter/Utd shirt than a half and half piece of shit like that. Same goes with half and half scarves. I did get one when we played arsenal in the champions league 2012 at the emirates just for having a soft spot for arsenal, it’s on my wardrobe now but would never wear in public.


#1214

Norwich 3-3 Milwall looks like a cracker.


#1215

Terry destroys Lampard and Aston Villa go into the playoffs zone. Norwich keep impressing. They were losing 3-2 until '92, they won 4-3 in the end. But Middlesbrough don’t give up. 2-0 to Wigan. Swansea, Preston and Q.P.R. win as well. Birmingham-Hull 3-3, Blackburn-Rotherham 1-1, Nottingham-Stoke 2-2 and Reading-Ipswich 2-2. WBA-Leeds now.
As expected, Bielsa has collapsed. 4-1 WBA FT.


#1216

:hipster:

No, the Championship is just weird. Look at this circle of results:

Derby County 1-4 Leeds United

West Brom 1-4 Derby County

West Brom 4-1 Leeds United


#1217

Ok, but you have to admit Bielsa has run out of fuel recently after a great start :wink:


#1218

#1219

wow sunderland are in trouble, wasnt long ago they were in the epl. Wonder if they could end up being bankrupt.


#1220

What does going bankrupt even mean for a football club?


#1221

They have a new owner.


#1222

Sometimes that can make things worse, look at the owners of blackburn the Venkys…bloody terrible.


#1223

It seems to be going alright so far to be fair. The new owner, Stewart Donald, has been on a proper charm offensive since taking over – sitting with away fans at games, bantering off Newcastle fans, making himself available and approachable (including on Twitter), often does meet and greets etc.

He’s trying to be ever present and has invested quite a bit already. He’s done a decent enough job with Eastleigh and Oxford, so I think Sunderland fans can feel semi confident that they’re on the right sort of track.