The rolling Football thread

(956 Posts)
BelfastBloke Wed 08-Dec-10 10:28:19

There are quite a lot of football fans on MN, and also loads of football-haters. If we hide here in Dadsnet, none of the detractors will find us. But if they do, they are welcome to come here and moan.

You don’t have to be male to post here, of course. (No-one would say women can’t post in the Dadsnet section, just like no woman would EVER say men aren’t welcome on Mumsnet…)

Footy fans please sign in with

1. Which team you support.
2. Which team(s) you loathe.
3. How you are getting your kids to follow the correct team.
4. A thought on the season so far (Premiership/Championship/Champions’ League/FA Cup/League Cup/(el clasico?)/World Cup bids.

ThePan Mon 06-Aug-12 15:59:01

that would be gud. New season new thread. Though right now my appetite for over-paid, prima donnas is a bit limited after seeing and hearing about Olympic athletes. iyswim.smile

DanFmDorking England Mon 06-Aug-12 18:49:22

I'm rather surprised GB haven't done well in the diving.
One would have thought Ashley Young would nail it.

The IOC has claimed they'll catch the Olympic drug cheats.
Actually, I'm not so sure, they're pretty fucking fast.

What's 120mm in diameter, silver and covered in dust?
The Australian National Anthem CD

These Olympics have quite inspired me.
No longer will I lay on the sofa watching Darts and Football.
Now I'm going to watch other sports as well.

DanFmDorking England Mon 06-Aug-12 18:49:53

Yes, for goodness sake start a new thread for the next season.
The sooner the better.
I'm sick to death of plonkers posting so called jokes.

KenDoddsDadsDog Chile Mon 06-Aug-12 22:29:20

grin

BelfastBloke Sun 12-Aug-12 12:59:44

OK, I'll do a new thread for the new season.

Quite looking forward to the new season. I'm hoping that fantastic Gooner Mo Farah will be introduced at half time at the Emirates Stadium, next Saturday.

BelfastBloke Sun 12-Aug-12 13:21:38

New thread for season '12-'13 is here.

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