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Re: Fulham 0-4 Newcastle United - 12/05/19 - post match from pg8 onwards
« Reply #225 on: Sunday 12 May 2019, 07:44:22 pm »
:lol:
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« Reply #226 on: Sunday 12 May 2019, 10:46:47 pm »
Fulham fell into the trap of buying an overrated English Centre back who doesn't actually defend well but can pass it a bit and didn't improve them at all. Just Tim Ream but English basically. That's why they went down. They bought in a lot of attackers and under Slakisa they attacked well. But they didn't buy any decent defenders and it cost them.

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« Reply #227 on: Sunday 12 May 2019, 11:51:10 pm »
Sergio RICK more like

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« Reply #228 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 01:50:16 am »
Just got in, basically been on a session since Friday lunchtime. Boat was class. Match awesome. Following this club is magnificent on days like this.

God help me, I really don't want to go work tomorrow in the morning.

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« Reply #229 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 07:51:36 am »
Just got in, basically been on a session since Friday lunchtime. Boat was class. Match awesome. Following this club is magnificent on days like this.

God help me, I really don't want to go work tomorrow in the morning.

Sounds like a class weekend mate. Hope you can battle through work today.

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Re: Fulham 0-4 Newcastle United - 12/05/19 - post match from pg8 onwards
« Reply #230 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 05:44:56 pm »
One of the most comfortable wins I think I’ve ever seen us achieve, Fulham being one of the worst opponents I’ve seen us play, they were truly awful. We could have ran up a bigger score if we ourselves were more aggressive. All in all a pleasing win in lovely sunshine backed by a large following.

It was good to spend the second half alongside Wor Stiffler, very good company although I had overdone it the night before and probably wasnt too intelligible. Good craic regardless.

For all the carry on over tickets, once through the turnstiles no-one seemed bothered where anyone sat. I ended up sitting alongside my lot and my sister who didn’t have ‘Toon tickets’, 95% of the stand was all Newcastle from what I could tell.

We ended up meeting my brother-in-law and nephew (Fulham season ticket holder and supporter) back at the Crabtree with a few of his Fulham mates who were very complimentary about our support claiming it was the best they’ve seen all season. I personally thought it was mooted at times and nowhere near as voiciferous as many away day atmopsheres I’ve experienced.

From what I gather though fans were impeccably behaved all weekend and the locals were again very complimentary. The videos from the cruise booze and talking to some who went on them looked great like everyone really enjoyed themselves.

There was loads of Toon fans where we stayed in Brentford which was hard to determine at first as most didn’t wear any colours which worried a few of the locals in one of the pubs we went in, one local telling us he hoped we weren’t from Sunderland as a few of them caused some bother a few weeks back.

A pub around from our digs, the barman’s dad is a Geordie and we got a free drink which was nice. That same pub ended up having to act as a safe house for some youngsters who were being chased by an older gang trying to rob them, they were only about 12 and were shaking and crying.

The barman says it’s every day and he said these kids were in no gang themselves as they would have not ran off or been so scared, he said they will end up in one soon though and carrying weapons just to defend themselves.

Where we were was nice, but a 10 minute walk around away from our apartment and it got worse and worse and so typical of London where there is a huge disparity in wealth. When we were asked where we were staying in one pub we were asked what the hell we were doing in the pub we were in. We fitted in better.

So this was my first match of the season and my 4th in 4 or so years I think, my first away match in London since QPR away back in our first promotion season. Will it be my last? Probably, regardless of Rafa. I didn’t enjoy it if I’m honest and although we won there isn’t that strong feeling and passion I used to experience. In all honesty I couldn’t wait for the final whistle to go and I think I’d probably enjoyed it more in a pub with a few beers.

I’m glad I went though, we had a mint weekend and as wrecked as we got and as sorry as I was for not spending more time with my sister and co, it was good to have a weekend away with the lads. I’m getting too old for the drinking sessions and too far gone in terms of being disenfranchised from the game and the club to do this another time again.

I just had to say thanks to the main man Rafa and my goodbyes though, that’s what it was all about. I did get a bit emotional at the end, more with myself for not caring enough or enjoying it all and how I used to feel about the match cheering on the lads. My emotions topped by seeing Rafa clapping us off who whatever job he’s done at the club, as great as it’s been, it’s equal to what kind of job he’s done on someone like me who win lose or draw, relegation or not, I’d have been at that game to show my gratitude to him for making me care about the team and my club, even just a little bit.

I take that feeling away from London and I’ll cherish it more than any win this season or performance or staying up. That’s me done though and it’s not about Ashley anymore, I have no real emotional feelings for the game and club these days which I went to also prove to myself one last time. There was no love there from me, and no love lost for me.

I’ll always care about the club at some deep down subconscious level, it’s my club after all, but not enough to cheer and get up for a match, be it in attendance or around the telly, or care what we do on the pitch.

Or any of it, that’s why I won’t be getting involved in affairs with Gateshead and this will be my last post on here, I hope it wasn’t tl;dr ;)

You are all lovely people and despite my critcism of fans and the many bashings I’ve given season ticket holders, I hope for everyone who does care that Rafa stays and better days are ahead, with or without Ashley.

Can someone please delete my account?

Thanks
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Re: Fulham 0-4 Newcastle United - 12/05/19 - post match from pg8 onwards
« Reply #231 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 06:31:21 pm »
Wew.

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« Reply #232 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 06:49:43 pm »
Don't worry marra. He knows none of the admins will make it to the end of his post. He's not going anywhere.

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Re: Fulham 0-4 Newcastle United - 12/05/19 - post match from pg8 onwards
« Reply #233 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 07:05:49 pm »
No, man.

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Re: Fulham 0-4 Newcastle United - 12/05/19 - post match from pg8 onwards
« Reply #234 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 07:13:21 pm »
Aye, not a chance his account is being deleted.
I don’t care if he only has access to the car thread, he isn’t leaving.

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Re: Fulham 0-4 Newcastle United - 12/05/19 - post match from pg8 onwards
« Reply #235 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 07:14:41 pm »
One of the most comfortable wins I think I’ve ever seen us achieve, Fulham being one of the worst opponents I’ve seen us play, they were truly awful. We could have ran up a bigger score if we ourselves were more aggressive. All in all a pleasing win in lovely sunshine backed by a large following.

It was good to spend the second half alongside Wor Stiffler, very good company although I had overdone it the night before and probably wasnt too intelligible. Good craic regardless.

For all the carry on over tickets, once through the turnstiles no-one seemed bothered where anyone sat. I ended up sitting alongside my lot and my sister who didn’t have ‘Toon tickets’, 95% of the stand was all Newcastle from what I could tell.

We ended up meeting my brother-in-law and nephew (Fulham season ticket holder and supporter) back at the Crabtree with a few of his Fulham mates who were very complimentary about our support claiming it was the best they’ve seen all season. I personally thought it was mooted at times and nowhere near as voiciferous as many away day atmopsheres I’ve experienced.

From what I gather though fans were impeccably behaved all weekend and the locals were again very complimentary. The videos from the cruise booze and talking to some who went on them looked great like everyone really enjoyed themselves.

There was loads of Toon fans where we stayed in Brentford which was hard to determine at first as most didn’t wear any colours which worried a few of the locals in one of the pubs we went in, one local telling us he hoped we weren’t from Sunderland as a few of them caused some bother a few weeks back.

A pub around from our digs, the barman’s dad is a Geordie and we got a free drink which was nice. That same pub ended up having to act as a safe house for some youngsters who were being chased by an older gang trying to rob them, they were only about 12 and were shaking and crying.

The barman says it’s every day and he said these kids were in no gang themselves as they would have not ran off or been so scared, he said they will end up in one soon though and carrying weapons just to defend themselves.

Where we were was nice, but a 10 minute walk around away from our apartment and it got worse and worse and so typical of London where there is a huge disparity in wealth. When we were asked where we were staying in one pub we were asked what the hell we were doing in the pub we were in. We fitted in better.

So this was my first match of the season and my 4th in 4 or so years I think, my first away match in London since QPR away back in our first promotion season. Will it be my last? Probably, regardless of Rafa. I didn’t enjoy it if I’m honest and although we won there isn’t that strong feeling and passion I used to experience. In all honesty I couldn’t wait for the final whistle to go and I think I’d probably enjoyed it more in a pub with a few beers.

I’m glad I went though, we had a mint weekend and as wrecked as we got and as sorry as I was for not spending more time with my sister and co, it was good to have a weekend away with the lads. I’m getting too old for the drinking sessions and too far gone in terms of being disenfranchised from the game and the club to do this another time again.

I just had to say thanks to the main man Rafa and my goodbyes though, that’s what it was all about. I did get a bit emotional at the end, more with myself for not caring enough or enjoying it all and how I used to feel about the match cheering on the lads. My emotions topped by seeing Rafa clapping us off who whatever job he’s done at the club, as great as it’s been, it’s equal to what kind of job he’s done on someone like me who win lose or draw, relegation or not, I’d have been at that game to show my gratitude to him for making me care about the team and my club, even just a little bit.

I take that feeling away from London and I’ll cherish it more than any win this season or performance or staying up. That’s me done though and it’s not about Ashley anymore, I have no real emotional feelings for the game and club these days which I went to also prove to myself one last time. There was no love there from me, and no love lost for me.

I’ll always care about the club at some deep down subconscious level, it’s my club after all, but not enough to cheer and get up for a match, be it in attendance or around the telly, or care what we do on the pitch.

Or any of it, that’s why I won’t be getting involved in affairs with Gateshead and this will be my last post on here, I hope it wasn’t tl;dr ;)

You are all lovely people and despite my critcism of fans and the many bashings I’ve given season ticket holders, I hope for everyone who does care that Rafa stays and better days are ahead, with or without Ashley.

Can someone please delete my account?

Thanks


Pretty sure you can delete your own account, no?

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« Reply #236 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 07:20:13 pm »
Howay, Chris.

This place is a fun of its own :thup:
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« Reply #237 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 07:24:46 pm »
One of the most comfortable wins I think I’ve ever seen us achieve, Fulham being one of the worst opponents I’ve seen us play, they were truly awful. We could have ran up a bigger score if we ourselves were more aggressive. All in all a pleasing win in lovely sunshine backed by a large following.

It was good to spend the second half alongside Wor Stiffler, very good company although I had overdone it the night before and probably wasnt too intelligible. Good craic regardless.

For all the carry on over tickets, once through the turnstiles no-one seemed bothered where anyone sat. I ended up sitting alongside my lot and my sister who didn’t have ‘Toon tickets’, 95% of the stand was all Newcastle from what I could tell.

We ended up meeting my brother-in-law and nephew (Fulham season ticket holder and supporter) back at the Crabtree with a few of his Fulham mates who were very complimentary about our support claiming it was the best they’ve seen all season. I personally thought it was mooted at times and nowhere near as voiciferous as many away day atmopsheres I’ve experienced.

From what I gather though fans were impeccably behaved all weekend and the locals were again very complimentary. The videos from the cruise booze and talking to some who went on them looked great like everyone really enjoyed themselves.

There was loads of Toon fans where we stayed in Brentford which was hard to determine at first as most didn’t wear any colours which worried a few of the locals in one of the pubs we went in, one local telling us he hoped we weren’t from Sunderland as a few of them caused some bother a few weeks back.

A pub around from our digs, the barman’s dad is a Geordie and we got a free drink which was nice. That same pub ended up having to act as a safe house for some youngsters who were being chased by an older gang trying to rob them, they were only about 12 and were shaking and crying.

The barman says it’s every day and he said these kids were in no gang themselves as they would have not ran off or been so scared, he said they will end up in one soon though and carrying weapons just to defend themselves.

Where we were was nice, but a 10 minute walk around away from our apartment and it got worse and worse and so typical of London where there is a huge disparity in wealth. When we were asked where we were staying in one pub we were asked what the hell we were doing in the pub we were in. We fitted in better.

So this was my first match of the season and my 4th in 4 or so years I think, my first away match in London since QPR away back in our first promotion season. Will it be my last? Probably, regardless of Rafa. I didn’t enjoy it if I’m honest and although we won there isn’t that strong feeling and passion I used to experience. In all honesty I couldn’t wait for the final whistle to go and I think I’d probably enjoyed it more in a pub with a few beers.

I’m glad I went though, we had a mint weekend and as wrecked as we got and as sorry as I was for not spending more time with my sister and co, it was good to have a weekend away with the lads. I’m getting too old for the drinking sessions and too far gone in terms of being disenfranchised from the game and the club to do this another time again.

I just had to say thanks to the main man Rafa and my goodbyes though, that’s what it was all about. I did get a bit emotional at the end, more with myself for not caring enough or enjoying it all and how I used to feel about the match cheering on the lads. My emotions topped by seeing Rafa clapping us off who whatever job he’s done at the club, as great as it’s been, it’s equal to what kind of job he’s done on someone like me who win lose or draw, relegation or not, I’d have been at that game to show my gratitude to him for making me care about the team and my club, even just a little bit.

I take that feeling away from London and I’ll cherish it more than any win this season or performance or staying up. That’s me done though and it’s not about Ashley anymore, I have no real emotional feelings for the game and club these days which I went to also prove to myself one last time. There was no love there from me, and no love lost for me.

I’ll always care about the club at some deep down subconscious level, it’s my club after all, but not enough to cheer and get up for a match, be it in attendance or around the telly, or care what we do on the pitch.

Or any of it, that’s why I won’t be getting involved in affairs with Gateshead and this will be my last post on here, I hope it wasn’t tl;dr ;)

You are all lovely people and despite my critcism of fans and the many bashings I’ve given season ticket holders, I hope for everyone who does care that Rafa stays and better days are ahead, with or without Ashley.

Can someone please delete my account?

Thanks


Pretty sure you can delete your own account, no?

You can request deletion, need to be approved by an admin.
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Re: Fulham 0-4 Newcastle United - 12/05/19 - post match from pg8 onwards
« Reply #238 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 07:36:10 pm »
You're  a regular and detailed poster HTT. I'm surprised.  I think you'll  miss being on here, but you're  your own man. We also stayed in Brentford. Spent Sat  night  in the Griffin, outside Griffin park. Jimmy Floyd Hasselbank and Palaces Wan-Basaka were in the little function room in the back. Didn't  see the latter but seen JFH leaving. The Palace lad was the talk of the bar staff.

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Re: Fulham 0-4 Newcastle United - 12/05/19 - post match from pg8 onwards
« Reply #239 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 08:26:18 pm »
No way is HTT leaving. What the f*** am I going to read on the shitter now?

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« Reply #240 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 08:39:57 pm »
This place seems to be losing a few OG members. Looks like Dave kept his word too.

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« Reply #241 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 10:12:52 pm »
One of the most comfortable wins I think I’ve ever seen us achieve, Fulham being one of the worst opponents I’ve seen us play, they were truly awful. We could have ran up a bigger score if we ourselves were more aggressive. All in all a pleasing win in lovely sunshine backed by a large following.

It was good to spend the second half alongside Wor Stiffler, very good company although I had overdone it the night before and probably wasnt too intelligible. Good craic regardless.

For all the carry on over tickets, once through the turnstiles no-one seemed bothered where anyone sat. I ended up sitting alongside my lot and my sister who didn’t have ‘Toon tickets’, 95% of the stand was all Newcastle from what I could tell.

We ended up meeting my brother-in-law and nephew (Fulham season ticket holder and supporter) back at the Crabtree with a few of his Fulham mates who were very complimentary about our support claiming it was the best they’ve seen all season. I personally thought it was mooted at times and nowhere near as voiciferous as many away day atmopsheres I’ve experienced.

From what I gather though fans were impeccably behaved all weekend and the locals were again very complimentary. The videos from the cruise booze and talking to some who went on them looked great like everyone really enjoyed themselves.

There was loads of Toon fans where we stayed in Brentford which was hard to determine at first as most didn’t wear any colours which worried a few of the locals in one of the pubs we went in, one local telling us he hoped we weren’t from Sunderland as a few of them caused some bother a few weeks back.

A pub around from our digs, the barman’s dad is a Geordie and we got a free drink which was nice. That same pub ended up having to act as a safe house for some youngsters who were being chased by an older gang trying to rob them, they were only about 12 and were shaking and crying.

The barman says it’s every day and he said these kids were in no gang themselves as they would have not ran off or been so scared, he said they will end up in one soon though and carrying weapons just to defend themselves.

Where we were was nice, but a 10 minute walk around away from our apartment and it got worse and worse and so typical of London where there is a huge disparity in wealth. When we were asked where we were staying in one pub we were asked what the hell we were doing in the pub we were in. We fitted in better.

So this was my first match of the season and my 4th in 4 or so years I think, my first away match in London since QPR away back in our first promotion season. Will it be my last? Probably, regardless of Rafa. I didn’t enjoy it if I’m honest and although we won there isn’t that strong feeling and passion I used to experience. In all honesty I couldn’t wait for the final whistle to go and I think I’d probably enjoyed it more in a pub with a few beers.

I’m glad I went though, we had a mint weekend and as wrecked as we got and as sorry as I was for not spending more time with my sister and co, it was good to have a weekend away with the lads. I’m getting too old for the drinking sessions and too far gone in terms of being disenfranchised from the game and the club to do this another time again.

I just had to say thanks to the main man Rafa and my goodbyes though, that’s what it was all about. I did get a bit emotional at the end, more with myself for not caring enough or enjoying it all and how I used to feel about the match cheering on the lads. My emotions topped by seeing Rafa clapping us off who whatever job he’s done at the club, as great as it’s been, it’s equal to what kind of job he’s done on someone like me who win lose or draw, relegation or not, I’d have been at that game to show my gratitude to him for making me care about the team and my club, even just a little bit.

I take that feeling away from London and I’ll cherish it more than any win this season or performance or staying up. That’s me done though and it’s not about Ashley anymore, I have no real emotional feelings for the game and club these days which I went to also prove to myself one last time. There was no love there from me, and no love lost for me.

I’ll always care about the club at some deep down subconscious level, it’s my club after all, but not enough to cheer and get up for a match, be it in attendance or around the telly, or care what we do on the pitch.

Or any of it, that’s why I won’t be getting involved in affairs with Gateshead and this will be my last post on here, I hope it wasn’t tl;dr ;)

You are all lovely people and despite my critcism of fans and the many bashings I’ve given season ticket holders, I hope for everyone who does care that Rafa stays and better days are ahead, with or without Ashley.

Can someone please delete my account?

Thanks


Holy crap, dude. Hope you change your mind. This place will be emptier without you.

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Re: Fulham 0-4 Newcastle United - 12/05/19 - post match from pg8 onwards
« Reply #242 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 10:16:43 pm »
Come back HTT.   :sad:

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« Reply #243 on: Monday 13 May 2019, 10:28:52 pm »
Come back htt, or atleast come back every so often to let us know how you’re doing.

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« Reply #244 on: Tuesday 14 May 2019, 12:06:41 am »
Was a great trip all round this.

Had the weird experience of going down with a work colleague and finding out on the way back he's a poster on here with 10k+ posts  :razz:
Before that why didn't the Wigan fans just walk the the Stewart's, the Stewart's only went up to the touchline, their was a big gap between the end of the Stewart's and the stand they could have walked through.
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Re: Fulham 0-4 Newcastle United - 12/05/19 - post match from pg8 onwards
« Reply #245 on: Tuesday 14 May 2019, 06:22:31 am »
Don’t go htt won’t be the same without you and Dave

What’s the problem all of a sudden

Bar the obvious one
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Re: Fulham 0-4 Newcastle United - 12/05/19 - post match from pg8 onwards
« Reply #246 on: Tuesday 14 May 2019, 08:10:11 am »
Wait, Dave left? s***.
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Re: Fulham 0-4 Newcastle United - 12/05/19 - post match from pg8 onwards
« Reply #247 on: Tuesday 14 May 2019, 09:39:53 am »
Everyone, everyone look at me I want to leave, pathetic.

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« Reply #248 on: Tuesday 14 May 2019, 10:45:39 am »
Everyone, everyone look at me I want to leave, pathetic.

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Re: Fulham 0-4 Newcastle United - 12/05/19 - post match from pg8 onwards
« Reply #249 on: Tuesday 14 May 2019, 10:54:33 am »
Gosh :(
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