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  1. dek

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    Spot on Jimmy, and for me its no different to stereotyping people of various races or religions,its out of order..Yes they have more than their fair share of knobs but like you say so does every club,including ours,would it be fair to stereotype all of us lot? no of course it wouldnt.
     
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    I`m with you three.
     
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    Me too, at the time I was struggling with a kidney stone and when I got back to Wembley Park tube station I was desperate for the bog and asked a Millwall supporter who pointed me in the right direction and congratulated us on a well-deserved win.
     
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    I've got plenty of solidarity ... just not for the 3 clubs I mentioned. I think the football community would be better off without them.

    we all have our lines in the sand. Are you a '£30 and no more' man and if so why £30, why not £20, if not why not?
     
  5. Sloppy Tyke

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    some of the millwall morons claim it was our fans who started it all, and there wouldnt have been any trouble if we had behaved etc. they still pretend to be the innocent and hard done by fans.
    im not thinking of the big picture here because i simply dont give a damn about that club and the majority of its fans. its the decent few who will suffer though if this deal goes through.
     
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    I hope that the deal goes through, Millwall have to move to an even worse area, the attendance drops until it becomes unsustainable and they go bust in spectacular fashion.

    I do have sympathy for their genuine fans who are well behaved but hopefully both of them will come to their senses soon anyway and support a proper club
     
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    Did anything ever happen after the Wembley debacle?

    Last I heard it was being 'investigated'.


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    Did it balls. Both Millwall and the fa stopped replying to my emails
     
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    I went on their facebook before and after the playoff final.

    It was very difficult to find any of their fans condemn their own actions on the day. They really have a "us against the world" mentality.

    The consensus amongst most of them was that if you goad them it's ok for them to do what they want.



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    Imagine a politician using their position to feather their own nest. I can't believe anyone is shocked by this
     
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    yes exactly, this idiotic leeds style 'us against the world' siege mentality they have does them absolutely no favours. like ive said in this thread, they tried to blame it all on our fans like they do almost everytime it happens.
     
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    Councillor Harry the dog

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