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"Let's see how small we can print the name of the competition (or leave it out altogether) to entice the gullible and hypocritical boycottees to shell out on these..."

 

P.s. I note they're still using the foundation date of the previous football club that played at Fratton Park on their badge.

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For eighteen quid I'd expect to eat my Jam Roly Poly out of Louise Redknapp's gaping m**ge.

 

That’s not cream in there.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

And it ain’t jam either.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Triffic.

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Frankly I'm shocked Saints didn't produce Wembley merchandise for all four of our visits in the past three years. :lol:

 

Incidentally, looking at that Skate Wembley merch they appear to have changed their badge another three times... during the manufacturing process.

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I'd imagine the authorities will be a bit on edge over the reckless way the skates have sold tickets, letting fans have up to 9 tickets each, they haven't got a clue who's going. Probably 20k of their "boycotting" :lol: fans and another 20k daytrippers who've rarely been to a game of football in their lives, let alone at "the old girl".

 

And when you consider their hooligan element (that grew in the 70s/80s infiltrated by the likes of NF and C18 and attracting any wannabe-little-Hitlers) and the area they'll be flooding on Sunday, what could go wrong?

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Warsash makes a valid point - Beech not going to Wembley is a proper boycott.

You can't get on your high horse in the winter and stay in the warm, then roll up for the big games in the spring, wearing your half-and-half scarf like nothing happened.

Fair play to him.

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The bestest have got some competition this weekend. London has been awash today with red and white. Sunderland fans have turned Trafalgar Square red and white this evening.

 

Makes TCWTB and the "na na na na" chant look very second rate.

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The bestest have got some competition this weekend. London has been awash today with red and white. Sunderland fans have turned Trafalgar Square red and white this evening.

 

Makes TCWTB and the "na na na na" chant look very second rate.

 

The "other" parking will be awash with caravans i suspect, is there a gypo campsite nearby?

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The bestest have got some competition this weekend. London has been awash today with red and white. Sunderland fans have turned Trafalgar Square red and white this evening.

 

Makes TCWTB and the "na na na na" chant look very second rate.

 

I rarely look at their fans site but did last night. Sunderland really getting to them. Lots of references to the failed promotion game in the early 90s - Saints had a dull end of season game v Man City in the Branfoot era and every time Sunderland scored the lower East erupted! Did Walsh get sent off as well and then wasn’t available for the play offs?

 

A lot of ex-hooligan talk as well on there. Really are living in the (violent) past.

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All local football is off round here and everybody is down the pub watching, but going there and jumping up and down when Sunderland score is probably not a good idea, and schadenfreude is not a virtuous feeling. If enjoyable..

 

Radio Solent it is then..

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Bit of a weird comment. We can't really take the **** having won it a few years back and - no doubt- released a DVD ourselves.

 

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Yes, which they crucified us for. Which is the point.

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Congratulations to Pompey. Genuinely happy for them.

 

They've had to fend off stiff competition from the likes of Grimsby, Accrington Stanley and Swansea's u21s to win the cup, battling against the adversity of almost every single one of their fans boycotting the competition on principle of how worthless and tintop it is.

 

Let's hope they also win at Wembley in the play - offs. Would be nice to have a chance to play them again one day, and the 3rd round of the FA Cup is likely to be our best chance.

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It's no time for being petty - they've had a great day out at Wembley and beating a big club like League One Sunderland is an achievement.

No doubt some will ask questions about whether the players will ever get paid. but that's out of order, it's not like they're running at a loss again.

I'm just pleased for the loyal fans who partially-boycotted, then came good in the end, they're the ones that count.

I often wondered where 657 came from, apparently it was the average attendance for their home games on the glorious cup run of 2019.

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#boycott

 

 

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Saying he agonised about it but wanted to take his kids to Wembley.

 

Which is fair enough but also 100% foreseeable when you take the holier than thou moral high ground decision to "boycott" a cup competition that is is perfectly plausible your club could get to the final of.

 

Self-aggrandising bullish itters.

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