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Thread: What was worse?

  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by MAD_MAGPIE View Post
    Tonight hurt more so not because of the score line but because of the manner of the defeat. Granted we were playing against a premier league team but at least we could have shown some fight, hunger and desire. That has been the foundations of KN reign, but tonight we were sadly found wanting.

    I’m trying to work out whether we made Swanse look like Real Madrid because we were so poor, or were they that good. One thing is for certain Nathan Dyer and Tony Abraham ripped our defence apart.

    Also we got humiliated in the Cup in that illumonous yellow kit in 1998 when we lost 7-1 away to Man City and that was on TV as well.
    I was saying about that yellow kit to the lads I watched the game with. I don't think we could see each other

  2. #22
    Quote Originally Posted by countygump View Post
    Steve Cherry All I can say is, you can all comment but watch the video and look at our defending. All over the park, it's the worst I've ever seen. I hope we bounce back believe me, but the league tables not looking good.
    Yeah, 4th, what a phucking disgrace! Nolan out!

  3. #23
    Last night for me was the worst, eight fcuking one!!!!! Sometimes non league upset those above so even though that hurts at the time, losing eight one is disgusting.

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by crazyfists View Post
    Last night for me was the worst, eight fcuking one!!!!! Sometimes non league upset those above so even though that hurts at the time, losing eight one is disgusting.
    We're not the only team to have ever lost 8-1 though...

    Amazingly, yesterday (6th Feb) saw the 19 year anniversary of another 8-1 scoreline. One which went down in Premier League history.

    The 1998–99 season match between Nottingham Forest and Manchester United at the City Ground took place on 6 February 1999. Manchester United won the match 8–1, thereby recording the largest away win in the history of the Premier League.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nottin...ter_United_F.C.

    Were Notts subconsciously marking the occasion in honour of our illustrious friends over the river??

  5. #25
    Quote Originally Posted by DomdomPie View Post
    We're not the only team to have ever lost 8-1 though...

    Amazingly, yesterday (6th Feb) saw the 19 year anniversary of another 8-1 scoreline. One which went down in Premier League history.

    The 1998–99 season match between Nottingham Forest and Manchester United at the City Ground took place on 6 February 1999. Manchester United won the match 8–1, thereby recording the largest away win in the history of the Premier League.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nottin...ter_United_F.C.

    Were Notts subconsciously marking the occasion in honour of our illustrious friends over the river??
    Regrettably though Dom, this one was the only one involving Notts. The fact that others have been equally as sh!t is scant consolation.

  6. #26
    Quote Originally Posted by countygump View Post
    Even our own Steve Cherry thought we were sheite;

    Steve Cherry All I can say is, you can all comment but watch the video and look at our defending. All over the park, it's the worst I've ever seen. I hope we bounce back believe me, but the league tables not looking good.
    Well, who can we blame for that......Surely not the man who picks the team and according to some the next England Manager.

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    He ain’t bad for a dirty Marxist dog.

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