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So many tales of complete and utter hypocrisy from the skates doing the rounds. They’re are getting awfully sensitive about it too.

 

Complete and utter SCABS, every single one of them. I personally think that should replace skate.

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So many tales of complete and utter hypocrisy from the skates doing the rounds. They’re are getting awfully sensitive about it too.

 

Complete and utter SCABS, every single one of them. I personally think that should replace skate.

 

I like this SCABS thing.

Lots of the blue few have been furiously deleting tweets about how much they hate the trophy but we’ve unearthed another. 5a2482ecf41a3ae0960889303d648ad7.jpgbfc7bc88bff01b35c3a154b3c53b062c.jpg

 

 

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Thought it would be interesting to get Man City fans take on our match with the scallies last night and stumbled across this

 

https://forums.bluemoon-mcfc.co.uk/threads/what-a-difference-city-fans-2014-v-pompey-fans-2019.339670/

 

"Pikey c*nts from Portsmouth on Sunday"

 

"Portsmouth are a joke. Regularly got 8-10k back in the day. I went there once with city and it was empty"

 

"Compare that to the Portsmouth fans, who were allowed to but 6 tickets per season ticket holders meaning there were loads of day trippers there who have never been to a game, it was edgy before the game, with Pompey fans throwing cans at the Sunderland fans, and gobbing on them from the bridge at Wembley Way, and after the game, loads of coked up Pikeys wanting a confrontation, goading the Sunderland fans, singing Northern Monkey ******s etc"

 

:lol:

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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?

 

I know of two people who I didn't have a clue were remotely interested in football who went to the match, one who worked with me for 3 years who I spoke to daily who never once mentioned having an interest in football (and I talk about it a lot), and one who... isn't on my friends list any more. :D

 

In addition I saw football-related posts from a couple of others who I knew were Portsmouth fans circa 2008 but haven't mentioned football for at least 7 years. Anyone in a PO postcode was roped into going.

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I know of two people who I didn't have a clue were remotely interested in football who went to the match, one who worked with me for 3 years who I spoke to daily who never once mentioned having an interest in football (and I talk about it a lot), and one who... isn't on my friends list any more. :D

 

In addition I saw football-related posts from a couple of others who I knew were Portsmouth fans circa 2008 but haven't mentioned football for at least 7 years. Anyone in a PO postcode was roped into going.

In fairness that was true for our own JPT final. My sister in law and two daughters came with me and my brother to Wembley, none of those three have been to any football match before or since. We haven't got 50k die-hard fans and neither have they.
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In fairness that was true for our own JPT final. My sister in law and two daughters came with me and my brother to Wembley, none of those three have been to any football match before or since. We haven't got 50k die-hard fans and neither have they.

 

You're right, but where we had sold over 40,000 to known supporters before they went on open sale, they were letting theirs buy up to 9 tickets from the off. Anyone who fancied a day out in the big city jumped on the bandwagon. Still, if it gets them off that little island of theirs for a while, it's probably a good thing.

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Extending the ground to over 32k apparently. They are literally obsessed with having a ground bigger than ours despite hardly ever having the fan base to match ours [emoji23]17e99206aefb8571f2d4eac22870b4b2.jpg

 

 

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Are Tesco still bankrolling it like they claimed... :lol:

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I love the way that they "will need part of sub station land" and gloss over it as if it will be gifted to them no questions asked - even if they do get it, there are still some pretty scary access issues in that corner according to the sketch...

 

I'm sure Trousers will be along any minute now to show us who still owns the 'sub station land'....

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I love the way that they "will need part of sub station land" and gloss over it as if it will be gifted to them no questions asked - even if they do get it, there are still some pretty scary access issues in that corner according to the sketch...

 

I'm sure Trousers will be along any minute now to show us who still owns the 'sub station land'....

http://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/portsmouth-decade-high-demand-puts-fratton-park-future-under-microscope-1-8759302

 

there remain problems in relation to the substation situated behind the North stand, in particular its power cables stretching underneath Specks Lane behind the Milton end.

 

The location of such a important electrical source in the city threatens to hinder potential work to either stand, with the Milton end, in particular, regarded as a priority.

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The league had better not mess up the fixtures again! :x

I was assured all of last season that we were playing them this season, but when I checked last summer I couldn't find either game.

I've now had nine months of being told that they'll be playing us in league fixtures next season, do we know when those games will be announced?

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The league had better not mess up the fixtures again! :x

I was assured all of last season that we were playing them this season, but when I checked last summer I couldn't find either game.

I've now had nine months of being told that they'll be playing us in league fixtures next season, do we know when those games will be announced?

Ladies teams?
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It just occurred to me that it needs to be considered that they could be choking just when it counts.

 

They were fortunate to get all 3 points the other day (such an obvious handball) and Coventry have been by far the better side today.

Pompey look like a bit of a shyt-house team today

 

well, this game a swung around. All pompey now.

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