View Poll Results: Which EPL team should I support?

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  • Tottenham Hotspur

    7 23.33%
  • Newcastle United

    3 10.00%
  • Arsenal

    6 20.00%
  • Blackburn

    2 6.67%
  • Aston Villa

    5 16.67%
  • Other (please specify)

    7 23.33%
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    Wait, no. You're the one that can't pick a winner out of a one horse race. Support Sunderland.
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    OK, so Newcastle vs. Tottenham

    Newcastle Plus
    • Uniforms remind people of a place where their fans belong, unspeakably cool
    • Sponsored by a beer company
    • They get into fist fights with each other, resulting in double red cards
    • Fans are apparently unintelligible to everyone else, and intensely loyal


    Newcastle Minus
    • No real chance of finishing in top four and going to European Premier league
    • Town not as good as London to visit
    • Chance of relegation to a lower tier, which may affect my enjoyment if I am not yet immersed in the sport...I'd watch MLS if I wanted a lower quality competition


    Tottenham Plus
    • Based in London
    • Call themselves the "Jew Army"
    • Won a trophy in each of the last six decades
    • They hate arsenal, and CW has arsenal fans..I will own that thread
    • Fans also passionate and pack houses even in away games


    Tottenham Minus
    • Symbol is a gamecock (?)
    • Uniforms are not Prisoner Classic
    • They actually have a moto
    • Sponsored by a gambling company (Would normally be a plus, but you can't beat a beer company, especially a decent beer company)


    Hmmmm
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    Negative: Both have no ****ing chance of winning the league.
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    I'm used to that, in fact I'd be a bit dissapointed in myself if I picked one of the Big Four.


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    Well lets sort one thing out early, stop referring to the kits as uniforms in a football thread
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    I suppose I have to start calling it 'football' too .

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker View Post
    I suppose I have to start calling it 'football' too .
    Only in the threads

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker View Post
    I'm used to that, in fact I'd be a bit dissapointed in myself if I picked one of the Big Four.
    I'm not saying choose a big 4.

    I'm saying it's not like other leagues where it is unpredictable.

    Anyway Wigan ftw. GIMH needs the beer money

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker View Post
    • No real chance of finishing in top four and going to European Premier league
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    orz

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    meh, all prem teams are soulless money-grubbing glory-hunting ****-machines.

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    Why don't you stop wasting your time and follow an interesting sport instead.
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    Tottenham symbol is a Bantam iirc.
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    Went through a similar crisis after visiting the UK SS. Picked Celtic in the SPL due to my Scottish family being Celtic fans but couldn't decide on an EPL team. I stayed in Fulham when in London so decided to go for Chelsea, but then they went on to win the FA cup so there went that.

    Have been somewhat interested in Everton since then though, but never pursued it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by benchmark00 View Post
    Why don't you stop wasting your time and follow an interesting sport instead.
    Nobody asked for your opinion, ****.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightprowler10 View Post
    Went through a similar crisis after visiting the UK SS. Picked Celtic in the SPL due to my Scottish family being Celtic fans but couldn't decide on an EPL team. I stayed in Fulham when in London so decided to go for Chelsea, but then they went on to win the FA cup so there went that.

    Have been somewhat interested in Everton since then though, but never pursued it.
    Why didn't you pick Fulham if you stayed in Fulham?

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