View Poll Results: UK's worst fans?

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  • Manchester United

    1 6.67%
  • Liverpool

    2 13.33%
  • Manchester Citeh

    1 6.67%
  • Arsenal

    0 0%
  • Tottenham

    1 6.67%
  • Newcastle

    0 0%
  • Chelsea

    1 6.67%
  • Celtic

    2 13.33%
  • Rangers

    1 6.67%
  • Cardiff

    4 26.67%
  • Swansea

    0 0%
  • England

    0 0%
  • Northern Ireland

    0 0%
  • Wales

    1 6.67%
  • Scotland

    0 0%
  • Exeter City

    1 6.67%
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Thread: Most Obnoxious Footy Fans in the UK?

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    Of those listed Cardiff, comfortably, but Millwall are the worst

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpdavid View Post
    There was something along those lines during the recent Carling Cup semi. Don't doubt you for a moment, but what's the deal with cardiff?
    They're just scummy with bells on; exude an air of menace. Seems to be that a lot of middle ranking teams from armpits of cities have the same probs. Because their teams are plop they ramp up the arsehole factor to "win" the off field battle. See also Leeds, Stoke & Brum.
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    Tbf, as you can testify, there are a fair few who fit the bill. Especially if you consider blatant racism to be a linked trait.
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    Where are Leeds? Their fans are now well represented by their manager
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    I reckon any club who ever spent more than three years in the top flight but now lives in a league below instantly qualifies for this. Can guarantee you'll hear 'we're a Premiership club' at least once each time you visit a team like that. Leeds, Leicester, Forest, Southampton, West Ham, QPR before actually becoming a Prem side etc. Pretty embarassing when they do it in League One tbh.

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    Dav be spouting off about the glory days under Joe Royle again?
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    More than 3 years excludes us tbh, the 3 years in the top flight were all pretty much a dreamland, we were never going to stay there. At least we have the memories though, better than losing in the playoffs 3 years in a row or something

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    Quote Originally Posted by GIMH View Post
    I reckon any club who ever spent more than three years in the top flight but now lives in a league below instantly qualifies for this. Can guarantee you'll hear 'we're a Premiership club' at least once each time you visit a team like that. Leeds, Leicester, Forest, Southampton, West Ham, QPR before actually becoming a Prem side etc. Pretty embarassing when they do it in League One tbh.
    Wouldn't ever hear that at the Ricoh.
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    Its quite easy to forget Coventry were top flight for so long.

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    Haha well neither of those sides sprang to mind, certainly with regards to Oldham I'd bracket them in with the sides who are just grateful they got the opportunity, rather than seeing it as some sort of god given right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpr View Post
    Its quite easy to forget Coventry were top flight for so long.
    Yes, at the time we went down I think there'd only been 3 or 4 teams with a longer unbroken run in the top flight.

    Now we're the team that's been in the Championship the longest.

    From next season it'll be launching our attempt to take the League 1 record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178 View Post
    Yes, at the time we went down I think there'd only been 3 or 4 teams with a longer unbroken run in the top flight.

    Now we're the team that's been in the Championship the longest.

    From next season it'll be launching our attempt to take the League 1 record.
    It was three, I think. Arsenal and the two Liverpool teams. Cov had been up there longer than Spurts and ManUre.

    When did your chaps go down? I'd have guessed Ipswich had the longest current run in the second flight.

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    Went down in 2001, Ipswich were in Europe the season after finishing 5th that year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GIMH View Post
    I reckon any club who ever spent more than three years in the top flight but now lives in a league below instantly qualifies for this. Can guarantee you'll hear 'we're a Premiership club' at least once each time you visit a team like that. Leeds, Leicester, Forest, Southampton, West Ham, QPR before actually becoming a Prem side etc. Pretty embarassing when they do it in League One tbh.
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