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What's the baby shark song at SMS? I hope none of the lyrics are changed from the original.

 

5-6 people sang a baby shark song at Chelsea away and it’s never been sung since, and they jumped on it. Despite having sung it themselves. Strange lot. c955555381ddf767f8fee52029e6a95a.jpg9ed03df2baf24935cc61c5d7e6585bf7.jpg

They also now think because they’ve sold a few thousand tickets for Wembley (each STH can buy 6 tickets), that they’re a huge club that needs a 40k stadium built. The delusion is strong in them.

 

 

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Got to laugh, Sunderland have sold out their tickets and say they could have sold 70k. Guess how the skates reply....

 

Also, Glen Johnson just said on TalkSport that the best fans he ever played in front of was Liverpool. That won’t go down well with the bestest.

 

 

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One thing I remember from a few years back is stopping at the big supermarket near Port Solent (Tesco's?) and seeing a lad coming out of the store in a red & white striped shirt, which turned out to be a Sunderland strip.

 

A big fat woman and a teenage lad started giving the lad grief shouting 'scummer' etc.

 

The lad seemed rather shocked especially when an older man joined in the tirade.

 

What they didnt realise was that the lad in the striped shirt had rather a large Mackem dad and he came out and confronted the three gobby gits who visibly wilted.

 

It was really funny how three people could gang together to frighten a young lad then basically run away when confronted!!

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Good to see the Sunderland fans on Ready To Go raising issues about being not even able to view the Pompey forums, and the excuse is that they would be all trolling like the Scummas, if they could post, but no explanation as to why they cant even read and laugh at the ridiculous P****y are bigger than Sunderland rubbish.

 

Not true on my board. I've approved a few from up that way recently.

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Good to see the Sunderland fans on Ready To Go raising issues about being not even able to view the Pompey forums, and the excuse is that they would be all trolling like the Scummas, if they could post, but no explanation as to why they cant even read and laugh at the ridiculous P****y are bigger than Sunderland rubbish.

 

Its my ball and you not playing so there.... skate pri ck stomps off :lol:

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Lol.

 

Let's face it there is a fat chance of any other person with a tenuous link with Portsmouth being called up for England.

 

As a matter of interest when was the last graduate of Pompey's youth team / academy called up for England?

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Lol.

 

Let's face it there is a fat chance of any other person with a tenuous link with Portsmouth being called up for England.

 

As a matter of interest when was the last graduate of Pompey's youth team / academy called up for England?

 

Sicknote's last cap was in 2001.

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I see another of the former owners of the former club that used to be formerly known as pompey, has been banged-up.

It was the one who certainly didn't have people shot or launder criminal money through the club, which I believe everyone decided must the fault of the FA rather than those who appointed him and let him buy players to win football matches.

I'm sure all of that messy business will be cleared-up when this ongoing forensic investigation into the accounts is completed - a process so laboured it's now making Brexit look like a trip to Aldi.

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Fully expect to see some comparison with our awful turnout at Wembley last season though.
I agree but it was really difficult to get tickets. I had lots of people who wanted tickets but due to the club being so strict it made it difficult to get some.
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I agree but it was really difficult to get tickets. I had lots of people who wanted tickets but due to the club being so strict it made it difficult to get some.

 

Exactly - you had to jump through loops to get a ticket for our FA Cup semi final ..... I know lots of skates going to Wembley that have never been to Fratton Park!

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They’ve sold their Wembley allocation, some boycott that is!!

 

The flagrant hypocrisy aside, that's not bad going for a football club that's merely 7 years old and which has spent their entire existence languishing in the 3rd and 4th tiers of English football.

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You have to feel sorry for Birmingham City, they couldn't have predicted that.

It's not like they brought in a manager with a history of unusual transfer activity leading to financial problems at every club that he's joined.

Possibly their unluckiest decision since they appointed Harold Shipman as first team doctor.

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You have to feel sorry for Birmingham City, they couldn't have predicted that.

It's not like they brought in a manager with a history of unusual transfer activity leading to financial problems at every club that he's joined.

Possibly their unluckiest decision since they appointed Harold Shipman as first team doctor.

 

post of the day goes to rallyboy,:lol:

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They signed 14 players during his 13-match spell in charge, but none of them were his signings.

 

Right Harry, whatever you say. :rolleyes:

 

No way it was 'Arry, 'Arry doesn't even know how to sign!

 

Sandra does all the signing for him, Sand! Sand! where are you Sand I've got another paper to sign! Rosie? Rosie?

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They can’t help themselves. In what was, otherwise, an inoffensive article:

 

Pompey, though, is a hotbed of football, there’s a different breed of player which comes out of this city. They are brought up to have that fantastic work-rate and never-say-die attitude.

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They can’t help themselves. In what was, otherwise, an inoffensive article:

 

Pompey, though, is a hotbed of football, there’s a different breed of player which comes out of this city. They are brought up to have that fantastic work-rate and never-say-die attitude.

 

According to wiki..

A hotbed is a biological term for an area of decaying organic matter that is warmer than its surroundings...

By extension, the term hotbed is used metaphorically to describe an environment that is ideal for the growth or development of something, especially of something undesirable.

Quite right!

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They can’t help themselves. In what was, otherwise, an inoffensive article:

 

Pompey, though, is a hotbed of football, there’s a different breed of player which comes out of this city. They are brought up to have that fantastic work-rate and never-say-die attitude.

 

Lol, a half decent season and they think they're back in the big time again.

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