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    Love the Barmy Army. Think they're great.
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    Indeed. The more vocal they became throughout the Collingwood/Pietersen partnership in Brisbane the more I enjoyed the cricket. Great for the sport.
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    I actually felt sorry for the Barmy Army. They cheered their hearts out every match and how do they get repayed by the English cricket team? Absolute crap all.
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    Im an aussie, i like the barmy army they bring something to the game that no other spectators can, i think its great an english test match wouldnt be the same without them

    i hope for their sakes england start giving them something to blow that trumpet about


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    Loved when they started singing the Rocky theme in Melbourne, that was class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_
    Loved when they started singing the Rocky theme in Melbourne, that was class.
    yer barmy army's finest moment

    just too bad england couldnt show that fighting spirit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legga
    The Barmy Army are tools.
    I thought they were but this morning confirmed it for me.
    Shane Warne coming out to bat for the last time at home with Symonds who had just made his first test century and what do those Pom losers do?
    They start booing.
    What a pack of A-holes.
    Thank goodness there was enough Aussie supporters to drown most of it out.
    You sure about that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Legga
    The Barmy Army are tools.
    I thought they were but this morning confirmed it for me.
    Shane Warne coming out to bat for the last time at home with Symonds who had just made his first test century and what do those Pom losers do?
    They start booing.
    What a pack of A-holes.
    Thank goodness there was enough Aussie supporters to drown most of it out.

    i) I don't believe you one bit. The real barmy army are true cricket fans, and will applaud a good innings, they won't ever boo any player without reason.
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    They did.
    Not many Victorians would boo Warne at the M.C.G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legga
    They did.
    Not many Victorians would boo Warne at the M.C.G.
    Well then I'm sure they weren't Barmy Army fans, and just English fans who were drunk then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhoenixFire
    Well then I'm sure they weren't Barmy Army fans, and just English fans who were drunk then.
    Good point.
    But I doubt it.

    It was 10:30 in the morning so the English fans were not drunk,they were just A-holes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legga
    Good point.
    But I doubt it.

    It was 10:30 in the morning so the English fans were not drunk,they were just A-holes.
    Regardless of whether or not they did, you're still an idiot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matteh
    Regardless of whether or not they did, you're still an idiot.

    Well put across, neatly said

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legga
    It was 10:30 in the morning so the English fans were not drunk,they were just A-holes.
    Why does the phrase "takes one to know one" spring to mind?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Legga
    They did.
    Not many Victorians would boo Warne at the M.C.G.
    This the same Barmy Army who were singing "We wish you were English" to Warne at the Oval last year? Chances are they were booing Symonds, he's a tool anyway, plus he'd just scored a hundred against them. Stop twisting things to suit your own needs.

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