The rolling Football thread (2012-2013)(285 Posts)
The rolling Football thread for Season '12-13 might as well start off with the same intro as did the original rolling Football thread:
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 dont have to be male to post here, of course. (No-one would say women cant post in the Dadsnet section, just like no woman would EVER say men arent 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 (Premiership/Championship/Champions League/FA Cup/League Cup/(el clasico?)/(Euro 2012?)
Yes it was pretty emotional, tbh.
Giggs? He's doing his coaching qualifications, and whilst he hasn't actually nailed his colours to any mast....well, judge for yourself?
Wigan - sorry, but...sorry.
Hi Belfast. Two teams: our local team is Oxford United. A glorious 9th, for the second year running, in L2 - the sort of place the players chase after you to offer their autographs....
DS also supports Man U, so I do by default, and DH who hates footie sort of does too. i got tickets for the Swansea match months ago for DS's birthday, little did I know what an occasion it would be, I got a lot of brownie points!
tiger - what was it like? In the rowdy MU pub I was in it seemed the Swansea fans went along with it. Incl "Sacked in the morning!" chant when Michu equalised.
Pan: it was a fab atmosphere, credit to the Swansea fans, there weren't many of them but they had their say ( including one round of "is this a library" and as you say the sacked in the morning bit). It was pretty emotional but more of a party than a wake. Schools got loads of cheers and started and played an hour. The whole thing was pretty amazing, the match itself was almost a sideshow, but delighted that we won of course.
Yes, I have been talking with two London Reds by phone and a good mate how was in the SAF Stand, and they say the same thing. The confidence of having Moyes and the back room he will have gave that edge to it. I've had numerous great days at OT over the years (incl winning promotion from Div2!) but was still v on not being there. But life moves on...ha!
OK... the last day... 36 goals... 5-5 whod a thought!... should be a great MOTD later
These harvested from the web and re-posted here, hoping you associate me with clever and witty rather that copy and paste.
What is a Tottenham fans favourite quote?
"There's always next year."
So, Spurs new kit sponsor is NEXT.
Probably because there's always next time for them.
So many trophy winning managers have been sacked this season..
It seems the only way to keep your job in football is by managing Arsenal.
One Direction are to play at Wembley next year.
Hodgson says he expects a tight game but they will have to be a bit more careful at the back.
Arsene Wenger has guaranteed Arsenal will make it to Wembley next year.
He has bought the players tickets to the One Direction concert.
After signing a one year contract with Chelsea, Frank Lampard has said he is looking forward to working with the next 3 or 4 Chelsea managers.
An ITV reporter asked Rafa Benitez what he thought he'd be taking away from the Europa league victory.
P45 Rafa, a P45.
I really don't care for ITV football coverage!
I'll tell you my reasons right after the break.
Nice gesture from Everton today.
Letting Moyes take all the trophies he won with him.
Howard Webb is said to be disappointed not to have been mentioned in Fergie's speech.
"After all I've done for him and this club" sobbed an emotional Webb.
I asked Alex Ferguson if he had any plans for his retirement.
"I quite fancy opening a 24hr.6min. garage." He said.
Alex Ferguson is to collaborate with Stephen Hawking on a rewrite of "A brief history of time", after convincing him that the big bang should actually have started 5 minutes later.
Man Utd's Chairman has already received a CV for Alex Ferguson's job.
He has ignored it because it looked like it was written by a 4yr old......
That's Harry Rednapp out of the frame then!!!!!
Sir Alex Ferguson has been in charge of 1,500 games for Manchester United.
If you include time allowed for stoppages, it's nearer 2,000 games.
Following the shock news that Sir Alex Ferguson is retiring at the end of the season, Wrigleys have announced they have entered administration.
Tottenham have had more Bale-outs than Greece, Ireland and Spain put together.
Sepp Blatter's office was burgled, and all the results for Russia 2018 were stolen.
Now that Cardiff have won the Championship, there are now 3 Welsh teams in the Premiership.
Cardiff, Swansea and Gareth Bale
"It's 2 in the morning and you come crawling in with a love bite on your neck?" she screamed.
"Sorry dear, we were playing away at Anfield again this week."
"Fair enough love"
Robin van Persie's Premier League winners medal will be the closest Arsenal have come to silverware in years.....
I don't understand the Arsenal fans giving the United team such a poor reception last week. They've waited for years to see the Premier League champions run out at the Emirates...
And finally, my favourite...
As an Arsenal fan I was delighted to hear that Fergie had retired.
At least not winning anything will be easier next season.
Heres to next season... good luck to Cardiff, Hull and ????
Man U are cutting the price of season tickets for next season. On the basis that games will be a little shorter in future.
Cathy to Alex:" No dear. Eggs take 3 mins to boil. No need for the extra 5 mins."
Arsenal are being sponsored buy easyjet next season. They will take you to any destination in Europe and have you back by the cheapest and quickest route.
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