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Posted: Friday, April 02, 2010 1:26:25 PM

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There is a big match tomorrow, between Manchester United and Chelsea, the top 2 teams in the Premier League, as the excitement builds towards the championship. Also, the World Cup begins soon, too.

Tell me about the teams you like and your love of the sport.

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Posted: Friday, April 02, 2010 8:50:40 PM

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If that pic was Beckham I would like this thread more... evil5

But yes I like soccer I just don't watch that often.. not much of a TV watcher.
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Posted: Friday, April 02, 2010 8:55:21 PM

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I love the Springboks, Just because they are Fucking Awesome

See this is when we won the world cup




And this is when we won against the All Blacks




Oh darn it, this is rugby, not soccer... sorry Rocco...

Ahh well, the soccer world cup is in South Africa.
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Posted: Saturday, April 03, 2010 4:54:48 PM

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I think I killed this thread...
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Posted: Saturday, April 03, 2010 5:16:52 PM

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I watched Manchester U. get defeated by Chelsea. Chelsea shut them down. With three more matches left, it's going to be a horse race for the championship. Very exciting.
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Posted: Saturday, April 03, 2010 6:02:51 PM

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NO!
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Posted: Saturday, April 03, 2010 6:09:26 PM

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here's the standings (as of April 3, 2010):

http://soccernet.espn.go.com/tables?league=eng.1&cc=5901

RK TEAM Pts
1 Chelsea 74
2 Manchester United 72
3 Arsenal 71
4 Manchester City 59
5 Tottenham Hotspur 58
6 Liverpool 54
7 Aston Villa 54
8 Everton 49
9 Birmingham 45
10 Stoke City 42
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Posted: Saturday, April 03, 2010 7:06:44 PM

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Im not a big fan of soccer/football (depending on where you come from)
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Posted: Saturday, April 03, 2010 7:40:09 PM

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if I have to support anybody it is Chelsea FC...
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Posted: Friday, April 09, 2010 9:44:05 PM

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Not much of a soccer fan, but I will watch a good match with the ladies and I do support the local Athletica of St. Louis.


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Posted: Friday, April 09, 2010 10:40:55 PM

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Do you see them winning the Championship, Lois? I saw them shut down Man. U. last week. Wow, what defense.
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Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 4:23:30 AM

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I wuv soccer... players

evil4
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Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 4:27:15 AM

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roccotool wrote:
Do you see them winning the Championship, Lois? I saw them shut down Man. U. last week. Wow, what defense.


ha ha maybe ...I hope so it will make most of my friends happy if they did...they are rabid Chelsea FC supporters
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Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 5:14:07 AM

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I'll hang around for the World Cup topic to come! hello1

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cheerleader I may not understand all the rules and regulations of sport but the rush u get when the team you are supporting wins is kinda orgasmic !

Man utd 4 life..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 5:47:31 AM

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The question is. "Are you a soccer fan?"

NOPE

Rubber Ducky your the one, you make my life so much fun
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Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 6:56:13 AM

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thepainter wrote:
I'll hang around for the World Cup topic to come! hello1


I'm supporting SA even though they are shite because I have to when they get knocked out I'm supporting France
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Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 7:52:16 AM

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Fuck France. Seriously. They flaked their way into the Cup by having the official not whistle for a bloody obvious hand ball by Henry which allowed them to score against Ireland and qualify.
I hope France gets totally annihilated. cussing

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As a Seattle sports fan I have to support our new MLS team, the Seattle Sounders. But I'm not a die hard fan of the game itself.
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Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 9:27:32 AM

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thepainter wrote:
Fuck France. Seriously. They flaked their way into the Cup by having the official not whistle for a bloody obvious hand ball by Henry which allowed them to score against Ireland and qualify.
I hope France gets totally annihilated. cussing


ha ha ..bitter much lol
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Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 12:31:32 PM

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I am not much of a sports fan but occasionally get into one sport or another for a season or two. What I really like is hanging out with people who have a good time and often that may involve some kind of sports activity. So it is more of the moment for me. I can yell at the TV as good as anybody. I like going to stadiums even more.

Of course on Lush the male soccer player is held in high regard erotically by the lecherous women who frequent the forum on a regular basis particularly the fangbanger types. Only Johnny Depp trumps all soccer players in their world. laughing6

Oh to be a soccer player!!!!
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Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 3:51:02 PM

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I'm not huge on football (the traditional word, not soccer), but it's cool watching Manchester Untied and all of their crazy fans :P
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Posted: Saturday, April 10, 2010 3:58:45 PM

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Kyle wrote:
I am not much of a sports fan but occasionally get into one sport or another for a season or two. What I really like is hanging out with people who have a good time and often that may involve some kind of sports activity. So it is more of the moment for me. I can yell at the TV as good as anybody. I like going to stadiums even more.

Of course on Lush the male soccer player is held in high regard erotically by the lecherous women who frequent the forum on a regular basis particularly the fangbanger ypes. Only Johnny Depp trumps all soccer players in their world. laughing6

Oh to be a soccer player!!!!


ha ha Kyle I actual prefer rugby players lol...footballers fall to the floor if they get tapped..rugby players get smacked and hurt and are bleeding and hurt and still play their hearts out...(grins)
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I'm no sports fan; give me music and beer and sex anyday evil4
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Posted: Wednesday, April 14, 2010 12:56:02 PM

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I am an Arsenal fan who is monitoring their match versus Spurs on-line as I type. I pray for a slip up by Chelsea so that we can steal the Premiership title from under their nose as some sort of redemption for the mauling my team took against Barcelona!!!

Oh, and having persuaded my wife & daughter to attend the recent Liverpool versus Birmingham City footie game on our trip to England, I am now the proud head of a household wholly converted to football (my wife & daughter both fell in love with Fernando Torres - hey, who cares, I got tht eTV back!!).
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Posted: Wednesday, April 14, 2010 1:42:39 PM

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mercianknight wrote:
I am an Arsenal fan who is monitoring their match versus Spurs on-line as I type. I pray for a slip up by Chelsea so that we can steal the Premiership title from under their nose as some sort of redemption for the mauling my team took against Barcelona!!!

Oh, and having persuaded my wife & daughter to attend the recent Liverpool versus Birmingham City footie game on our trip to England, I am now the proud head of a household wholly converted to football (my wife & daughter both fell in love with Fernando Torres - hey, who cares, I got tht eTV back!!).
hello1


ha ha Torres is hawt lol...
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Posted: Wednesday, April 14, 2010 2:18:04 PM

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I enjoy playing the game immensely. I played in high school, and on at college for a couple years.

I admit though that watching it, unless a close friend or family member were on the field, is not so exciting. It is not a game easily enjoyed via TV, and hooligans in the crowd dampen the fun of that experience as well.
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Posted: Wednesday, April 14, 2010 8:43:48 PM

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Here is the table at press time, for the Premier League. This is just one league, so add your own interest in your team/league, too. I'm interested in learning really good teams.

1. Chelsea 77 points
2. Man Utd 73
3. Arsenal 71
4. Man City 69
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Posted: Wednesday, April 14, 2010 9:03:53 PM

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Chuck wrote:
and hooligans in the crowd dampen the fun of that experience as well.
Unfortunately, members of the crowd are a problem in any sport. It doesn't take many bad fans to ruin the experience. I've had more problems at Canadian Football games than soccer though.

My favourite soccer game was Canada hosting Jamaica for the world cup qualifiers. Game was pretty good, and there was a friendly rivalry in my section between the Jamaican and Canadian supporters. What I loved about the game though, was the very stereotypical, sweet scent of marijuana smoke wafting over the stadium. What else would you expect when Canada and Jamaica get together?
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Posted: Wednesday, April 14, 2010 9:15:26 PM

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EPL: Chelsea is on top? Damn I missed a lot! hello1 I haven't been paying much attention to EPL, but they did steal a lot of my favorite german players. I think it's Chelsea to the end. They've been virtually unstoppable with their lineup ever since Man U lost Ronaldo to RM.

La Liga
Barcelona 83
Real Madrid 77
Valencia 56
Mallorca 52

I just don't wanna see Barcelona win again. Granite, they have the hottest goal keeper on the planet, but I wanna see someone else win at some point. I hate Ronaldo, but I want RM to win. They've signed a lot of good players this year. Injury is always a problem on this team though..........AND they have the 2nd hottest goalie.....
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