Rangers, imo. Typically more bigoted than the garden-variety football thugs.
Poll has no option for Everton.
I realised at the last minute that I hadn't used enough poll options. It was them or Exeter City.
I made my decision and I stick by it.
Millwall got to be worth a shout...
Outside the UK it's fairly obviously Liverpool & Man Utd though.
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Originally Posted by Adolf Grünbaum
Yeah Millwall worth a shout. Or any fans that think supporting a club that's **** at football makes them in some way ethically superior.
Man united obviously the most detestable club but think Tottenham and Liverpool fans are actually more anoying.
Gone for Spurs because I am exposed to them more often.
Last edited by Pothas; 14-02-2012 at 09:18 AM.
Really tough between cardiff, swansea and wales.
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The funny thing about Man Utd fans, is that the ones who I've met that are actually from Manchester have been alright. It's all of the mockney idiots who support them in the South who are the most annoying in my experience.
Haha don't worry, no one's judging. It's probably not your fault you're a Rangers fan.
Nottingham Forest the most obnoxious that I've come across
Voted for Exeter though obv
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Come to think of it I don't think I've met anyone who supports Northern Ireland in my entire life.
Millwall always used to smash up most of Cambridge when they came up here back in the day.
Been a while since the Mighty U's were in the same division tho.
Stoke fans are ****s too, spent an interesting afternoon being gobbed on by them at the old Victoria Ground. Away fans under home supporters was always fun.
Probz Cardiff for all that tho; neanderthal wuckfits to a man.
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Every time they played at Shrewsbury they would travel back to the train station overturning cars on the English bridge and smashing shop windows as they went up the Cop. Wankers of the highest order.
Still voted for Celtic fans though, well balanced with chips on both shoulders.
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