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    trying not to laugh....

    Awful show from Notts this evening, why bother? I could of played for them tonight and not looked out of place, 1000 fans travelled for God sake what must they be thinking?,
    Weak and gutless, I expected more from them TBH.

    Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by essexred52 View Post
    Awful show from Notts this evening, why bother? I could of played for them tonight and not looked out of place, 1000 fans travelled for God sake what must they be thinking?,
    Weak and gutless, I expected more from them TBH.

    Lol.
    Can't argue with that

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    It certainly was a belter....



    Oh sorry.....belting....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romanis View Post
    It certainly was a belter....



    Oh sorry.....belting....
    Better than getting whooped by the Trawler men of hull at the first time of asking though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridg4d_Pie_ View Post
    Better than getting whooped by the Trawler men of hull at the first time of asking though.
    Ok no worries, enjoy your 1-8.

    8-1
    8-1
    8-1

    We only lost 8-1.
    Hahahahahahaahaha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romanis View Post
    Ok no worries, enjoy your 1-8.

    8-1
    8-1
    8-1

    We only lost 8-1.
    Hahahahahahaahaha.
    I remember the same score happened with two sides in the top league a while back, can't quite remember the teams-um- but I think the team at home got tonked and still stands as the biggest defeat in that league

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    Quote Originally Posted by i961pie View Post
    I remember the same score happened with two sides in the top league a while back, can't quite remember the teams-um- but I think the team at home got tonked and still stands as the biggest defeat in that league
    My informant tells me the England goalie was in goal for the home team on the day too.

    Say no more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by i961pie View Post
    I remember the same score happened with two sides in the top league a while back, can't quite remember the teams-um- but I think the team at home got tonked and still stands as the biggest defeat in that league
    Ah yes. The key phrase being 'top league.' Are you heading there next season? League 1 does sound similar to it.

    It does seem funny that you guys insist on taking the piss when we fail. But when you do the same, you cant take the same dose back.

    Anyway it was only for a laugh. Swansea now are a much improved team. And you have more important fish to fry. Good luck.
    How's the New Zealand Sun doing you?
    Don't spend too much time out though. You're not a spring chicken anymore.

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    Oh btw 961, I didn't realise you're a history buff? I thought you guys only accused us of that.
    You need to get your facts right first though - still stands as the biggest defeat in the League?

    It wasn't even the biggest defeat at the time, go ask Ipswich fans what happened a few seasons earlier. Didn't Boro beat City 8-1 too? Or Spurs beating Wigan 9-1?
    I know your memory fails you in your old age but there are around 4-5 higher winning margins than 7 goals in the Prem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romanis View Post
    Oh btw 961, I didn't realise you're a history buff? I thought you guys only accused us of that.
    You need to get your facts right first though - still stands as the biggest defeat in the League?

    It wasn't even the biggest defeat at the time, go ask Ipswich fans what happened a few seasons earlier. Didn't Boro beat City 8-1 too? Or Spurs beating Wigan 9-1?
    I know your memory fails you in your old age but there are around 4-5 higher winning margins than 7 goals in the Prem.
    I think you might find that those 9-1 Spurs v Wigan and 9-0 ManUtd v Ipswich victories were for the home team, 1-8 on your OWN patch that is some going. NZ is brilliant by the way and my memory is fine Tricky

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    Quote Originally Posted by i961pie View Post
    I think you might find that those 9-1 Spurs v Wigan and 9-0 ManUtd v Ipswich victories were for the home team, 1-8 on your OWN patch that is some going. NZ is brilliant by the way and my memory is fine Tricky
    Eh?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trickytreesreds View Post
    Eh?
    Whoooooosh

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    Quote Originally Posted by i961pie View Post
    I think you might find that those 9-1 Spurs v Wigan and 9-0 ManUtd v Ipswich victories were for the home team, 1-8 on your OWN patch that is some going. NZ is brilliant by the way and my memory is fine Tricky
    Oh no, that's not what you said at first. Let's refresh your failing memory.

    I remember the same score happened with two sides in the top league a while back, can't quite remember the teams-um- but I think the team at home got tonked and still stands as the biggest defeat in that league

    I don't see anywhere, you talking anything other than
    1) a similar score line
    2) the biggest defeat for that league.

    Only when corrected, you do a nice wriggle and start talking about a home fixture.

    But ok fair enough, we got thrashed, by the top team in that division. The very team that went on to do an unprecedented Treble (you can even bring Liverpool 1984 in it). But still alright, an embarrassing defeat, I concede.
    But the question one must ask since you're pointing our failings, is, 'Where was Notts County then? What were they doing? Did they play in top league as well?

    Oh I remember now, while were getting thrashed, Notts were the defending league champions and in the Champions League. Reached the semis if I'm not mistaken.
    Oh wait, that was Juventus, I always keep confusing you with them!


    Oh btw, perhaps you'd like to remind the village idiot from your site, that the England goalkeeper(s) in 1999 was not from Forest. The Forest keeper did however share the same first name as the England No 1. Maybe in his mind, that qualifies him. But a 40 year old as England No 1, 2, or 3? Laughable.
    Do remind him, if 1 intends to take the mickey out of another, at least get the facts right. Pathetic. But then again, he's the village idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romanis View Post
    Oh no, that's not what you said at first. Let's refresh your failing memory.

    I remember the same score happened with two sides in the top league a while back, can't quite remember the teams-um- but I think the team at home got tonked and still stands as the biggest defeat in that league

    I don't see anywhere, you talking anything other than
    1) a similar score line
    2) the biggest defeat for that league.

    Only when corrected, you do a nice wriggle and start talking about a home fixture.

    But ok fair enough, we got thrashed, by the top team in that division. The very team that went on to do an unprecedented Treble (you can even bring Liverpool 1984 in it). But still alright, an embarrassing defeat, I concede.
    But the question one must ask since you're pointing our failings, is, 'Where was Notts County then? What were they doing? Did they play in top league as well?

    Oh I remember now, while were getting thrashed, Notts were the defending league champions and in the Champions League. Reached the semis if I'm not mistaken.
    Oh wait, that was Juventus, I always keep confusing you with them!


    Oh btw, perhaps you'd like to remind the village idiot from your site, that the England goalkeeper(s) in 1999 was not from Forest. The Forest keeper did however share the same first name as the England No 1. Maybe in his mind, that qualifies him. But a 40 year old as England No 1, 2, or 3? Laughable.
    Do remind him, if 1 intends to take the mickey out of another, at least get the facts right. Pathetic. But then again, he's the village idiot.
    Village Idiot here Plonker 1, read my post and stated the following," my informant tells me ", my informant is my neighbour Plonker 1 who like yourself is a Red Dog.

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    Sorry we don't understand village idiot speak here.

    Bye now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romanis View Post
    Oh no, that's not what you said at first. Let's refresh your failing memory.

    I remember the same score happened with two sides in the top league a while back, can't quite remember the teams-um- but I think the team at home got tonked and still stands as the biggest defeat in that league

    I don't see anywhere, you talking anything other than
    1) a similar score line
    2) the biggest defeat for that league.

    Only when corrected, you do a nice wriggle and start talking about a home fixture.

    But ok fair enough, we got thrashed, by the top team in that division. The very team that went on to do an unprecedented Treble (you can even bring Liverpool 1984 in it). But still alright, an embarrassing defeat, I concede.
    But the question one must ask since you're pointing our failings, is, 'Where was Notts County then? What were they doing? Did they play in top league as well?

    Oh I remember now, while were getting thrashed, Notts were the defending league champions and in the Champions League. Reached the semis if I'm not mistaken.
    Oh wait, that was Juventus, I always keep confusing you with them!


    Oh btw, perhaps you'd like to remind the village idiot from your site, that the England goalkeeper(s) in 1999 was not from Forest. The Forest keeper did however share the same first name as the England No 1. Maybe in his mind, that qualifies him. But a 40 year old as England No 1, 2, or 3? Laughable.
    Do remind him, if 1 intends to take the mickey out of another, at least get the facts right. Pathetic. But then again, he's the village idiot.
    Is that the best you can come up with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Romanis View Post
    Sorry we don't understand village idiot speak here.

    Bye now.
    Oh come on you always understand Essex

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