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Thread: New Rivalries In League 1 For Next Season

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    New Rivalries In League 1 For Next Season

    I see the BBC have done a “derby list” for the premiership next season and forest v leicester is on it hhaha, so I think we should aim to put our own rivalry up for the new start in league 1

    Wycombe would be on it of course although theyre in the playoffs along with two others that would also be on it ie Sheff Weds and Sunderland

    Sheff Weds if they fail to go up would defiantly be a rivalry not so sure about Sunderland because they seem to have a bit of sympathy for us and they hate the curly haired little wazzock at Boro too so in that basis I hope they go up as its one lessbig club in the league

    We also have Burton and possibly Mansfield as well so its going to be a fun time in my opinion

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    Ipswich know what its like to be stuck in the same league so we share a bond in regards to that

    Barnsley are a muppet club as well so they can go on the c u next tuedays list

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCFCArmy View Post
    I see the BBC have done a “derby list” for the premiership next season and forest v leicester is on it hhaha, so I think we should aim to put our own rivalry up for the new start in league 1

    Wycombe would be on it of course although theyre in the playoffs along with two others that would also be on it ie Sheff Weds and Sunderland

    Sheff Weds if they fail to go up would defiantly be a rivalry not so sure about Sunderland because they seem to have a bit of sympathy for us and they hate the curly haired little wazzock at Boro too so in that basis I hope they go up as its one lessbig club in the league

    We also have Burton and possibly Mansfield as well so its going to be a fun time in my opinion
    How the feck can Wycombe or Sunderland be on a "derby list"?

    Its either glue/mushrooms/ or spice with you.

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    Derbys? OnlyBurton I guess. Just not looking forward to that trudge to Plymouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCFCArmy View Post
    I see the BBC have done a “derby list” for the premiership next season and forest v leicester is on it hhaha, so I think we should aim to put our own rivalry up for the new start in league 1

    Wycombe would be on it of course although theyre in the playoffs along with two others that would also be on it ie Sheff Weds and Sunderland

    Sheff Weds if they fail to go up would defiantly be a rivalry not so sure about Sunderland because they seem to have a bit of sympathy for us and they hate the curly haired little wazzock at Boro too so in that basis I hope they go up as its one lessbig club in the league

    We also have Burton and possibly Mansfield as well so its going to be a fun time in my opinion
    Like it or not Nottingham and Leicester are the two biggest cities - it could be argued the only two genuine cities - in the contrived region known as the East Midlands, and they’re also less than thirty miles apart so of course the BBC are going to see it as a (potential) derby next season.

    Our derbies are going to be Burton definitely...Sheffield Wednesday possibly and one of either Mansfield or Port Vale (again possibly). I’d prefer the latter because we don’t have a great record against Clough led sides.

    Don’t understand your comment about Barnsley. ‘Proper’ club from a genuine and unpretentious football town imo. They’ve punched above their weight for years and could easily have gone the same way as the likes of Bradford, Oldham and Bury. All credit to them. It’s hard to believe now that Derby v Barnsley was the first (completed) Premier League match many of us saw at Pride Park. Happy days!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy_Faber View Post
    Derbys? OnlyBurton I guess. Just not looking forward to that trudge to Plymouth
    I quite like going down there, decent train journey and the grounds an easy walk from the station. Last time it was early in the year and we had about 2" snow in Derbys but luckily the trains till ran and we got there. Best option of course would be a match early or late in the season and then one can make a weekend of it and enjoy the delights of Devon!

    Depending upon promotions, there are a number of clubs we have met in the championship or even the prem last time we were there - the Owls (really hope they don't go up) Ipswich, Charlton, Sunderland, Bolton, Portsmouth.
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    Tricky

    Im talking rivalries my man you utter gimp

    You lot are no longer in our league or on our radar so do one ,,go and banter with your new friends up the road in Leicester you pleb

    And we can make up whatever rivalry we want as well, its the new start for us now

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    Wycombe and Sheff Weds if they both stay in league 1 are our main rivals persoanlly

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramAnag View Post
    Like it or not Nottingham and Leicester are the two biggest cities - it could be argued the only two genuine cities - in the contrived region known as the East Midlands, and they’re also less than thirty miles apart so of course the BBC are going to see it as a (potential) derby next season.

    Our derbies are going to be Burton definitely...Sheffield Wednesday possibly and one of either Mansfield or Port Vale (again possibly). I’d prefer the latter because we don’t have a great record against Clough led sides.

    Don’t understand your comment about Barnsley. ‘Proper’ club from a genuine and unpretentious football town imo. They’ve punched above their weight for years and could easily have gone the same way as the likes of Bradford, Oldham and Bury. All credit to them. It’s hard to believe now that Derby v Barnsley was the first (completed) Premier League match many of us saw at Pride Park. Happy days!

    Barnsley are c*nts end of story

    After what they said about us we should hate their stinking guts

    Im going t pub

    Feck off

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trickytreesreds View Post
    How the feck can Wycombe or Sunderland be on a "derby list"?

    Its either glue/mushrooms/ or spice with you.

    As i said above

    Its our right to pick whoever we want mush

    Do one

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