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Football.... A game supported by thickos?


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If some Tottenham fans are anything to go by it would appear that football is a game supported by thickos.....

 

apparently after Saturdays game which was refereed by Chris Foy; some dumb Tottenham fans have been on twitter slagging off Sir Chris Hoy.... apparently, One tweeted: "Robbed ! Chris hoy calls himself a premier league referee !"

Another tweeted: "Chris Hoy, not only are you a useless **** of a referee, you also support Stoke."

 

When it has also been alleged that some Tottenham fans think Spurs is another team, is it now time to assume that all football fans are dumb idiots who quite happily support multimillionaire primadonnas and then moan about rich people who don't play football!! :D

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Ah yes Rugby Union. I felt so proud the way the England team represented my country at the recent World Cup. :rolleyes:

 

 

In many international arenas the joy of being British is that, should the need arise, suddenly remembering non-english ancestors, a Welsh great grandmother, Irish grandmother or , if things get really desperate, Scottish grandfather.

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In many international arenas the joy of being British is that, should the need arise, suddenly remembering non-english ancestors, a Welsh great grandmother, Irish grandmother or , if things get really desperate, Scottish grandfather.

Ah well, at least first impressions that you were a fool were not wrong eh?

 

You know better than that fatshaft. Peter T

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