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nailsy

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Anyway getting back to Old Trafford, still no news if that's a real scare or false alarm
No, but they abandoned the game pretty quickly after the sniffer dogs went in didn't they? I'm starting to think this could be a real bomb... Especially after the ISIS attack on Real Madrid fans the other day.
 

yankspurs

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They just showed Bomb disposal squad driving in to old Trafford on sky sports-could be a precaution though
Apprently they'll be doing a controlled explosion of the package in the stadium.

I dont see them playing this game at OT.
 

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A few 'reports', you know, written like that, saying they found a phone with wires strapped to a gas pipe somewhere. And now looking for other packages.
 

nailsy

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A few 'reports', you know, written like that, saying they found a phone with wires strapped to a gas pipe somewhere. And now looking for other packages.
They've carried out a controlled explosion now. I don't think they'd do that if something was attached to a gas pipe. Looks like this might have been a false alert.
 

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They've carried out a controlled explosion now. I don't think they'd do that if something was attached to a gas pipe. Looks like this might have been a false alert.
Like I said, 'reports'. Collymore said he got a text and then all the shitrags were running with it in between mocking us...

Unless they took it out and did whatever. Weird though! Least they got to it.. suppose it was only a matter of time before something happened in England.
 

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Leaving aside my Spurs side for a moment, if i was a Newcastle fan i would be fucking furious. I know they just won 5 - 1 but that's why i'd be so furious. So they can turn it on today, when the players need to show up in a shop window in a hope to get a contract with another team worth several thousands of pounds a week, after playing like shit and rinsing wages from their club for the entire season otherwise? Sure, win 2 - 1 with a battling display, but Spurs rolled over and presented their spread anus to you today - was it because you didn't have to try so hard? Because it wasn't quite as much effort?

I would be absolutely livid.
 

nailsy

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Like I said, 'reports'. Collymore said he got a text and then all the shitrags were running with it in between mocking us...

Unless they took it out and did whatever. Weird though! Least they got to it.. suppose it was only a matter of time before something happened in England.
Yeah, Something was bound to happen sooner or later. Even a false alarm can cause chaos.
 

Bobbins

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Watching that Leicester documentary, I've got to say that whilst it was nice and romantic to see Leicester winning in true underdog fashion, it was pretty damn sickening to see so many fans of all other clubs, and especially Lineker, singing Chelsea songs and celebrating the equalizer from that mercenary scumbag.
 

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Watching that Leicester documentary, I've got to say that whilst it was nice and romantic to see Leicester winning in true underdog fashion, it was pretty damn sickening to see so many fans of all other clubs, and especially Lineker, singing Chelsea songs and celebrating the equalizer from that mercenary scumbag.
You're kidding, really? Leicester born, Leicester fan and played for Leicester of course he's going to celebrate. He gives us a huge amount of bias when he can, but he's Leicester through and through. If the roles were reversed and it was Leicester V Arsenal (or any other team) for the title race who would you be routing for? I know who I would cheering on. As much as I dislike Pardew I know who I'll be routing for in the FA Cup Final on Saturday, it's football nature.
 

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You're kidding, really? Leicester born, Leicester fan and played for Leicester of course he's going to celebrate. He gives us a huge amount of bias when he can, but he's Leicester through and through. If the roles were reversed and it was Leicester V Arsenal (or any other team) for the title race who would you be routing for? I know who I would cheering on. As much as I dislike Pardew I know who I'll be routing for in the FA Cup Final on Saturday, it's football nature.
I'm simply saying it was a pretty sickening thing seeing fans of other clubs, especially Lineker, celebrating Chelsea goals and singing Chelsea songs when they're not even Chelsea fans.

Not that difficult an opinion to comprehend really.
 

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I'm simply saying it was a pretty sickening thing seeing fans of other clubs, especially Lineker, celebrating Chelsea goals and singing Chelsea songs when they're not even Chelsea fans.

Not that difficult an opinion to comprehend really.
I've got a really good friend who's a Leicester fan ( our history goes way back) he use to own a pub and we had great days out at Filbert Street. When Swindond played Leicester in the play off final and Hoddle scored, I went nuts, not because I supported Swindon but because I idolised Hodddle, at the time he could have killed me but understood why I cheered and backed Swindon that day. Oh how I've had the piss taken out of me in the past few weeks but I'll get over it. Seriously it's not that important.
 

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I'm simply saying it was a pretty sickening thing seeing fans of other clubs, especially Lineker, celebrating Chelsea goals and singing Chelsea songs when they're not even Chelsea fans.

Not that difficult an opinion to comprehend really.
I've got a really good friend who's a Leicester fan ( our history goes way back) he use to own a pub and we had great days out at Filbert Street. When Swindon played Leicester in the play off final and Hoddle scored, I went nuts, not because I supported Swindon but because I idolised Hodddle, at the time he could have killed me but understood why I cheered and backed Swindon that day. Oh how I've had the piss taken out of me in the past few weeks but I'll get over it. Seriously it's not that important.
 
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