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    Hahaha, my Dad always moans about these sorts of...gentleman.
    So, on this subject and awaiting the ridicule of the CW massive, and Sledgers dad. I'm off to the ground and may pick up a replica shirt. I won't be doing the full kit though, sadly.

    I've said before, I've only started doing this in recent years, when my age and girth should be putting me off. Yet I'm ****ing sick to death of seeing ****s walking around the city in other replica shirts. TBH, it's always been the way really, but it's getting more irritating with the rise of the Chiefs, this is worse than manure fans IMHO. People that probably didn't know we had a rugby club 3 years ago parading in their ****ing rugger paraphenalia, definition of glory hunters.

    So, I want a kit to show off the love of my club in the City I love. Yet I oddly don't like our red and white strip, never have, I think it's because my first few seasons watching we wore white or red pin-stripes, so I've rebelled.

    All well and dandy you might think, buy the away kit but this is the away kit, complete with a Gow "Rabona" for the second goal against Accy.

    It's ****ing citehs shirt ffs.

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    Wearing a replica shirt is fine. Wearing a full replica kit when you're playing 5 a sides is fine.

    Wearing a replica shirt or a full replica kit as your formal wear is only acceptable in Liverpool.

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    Yeah replica shirt is acceptable although I've not had one for a few years now
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    gimh has now surpassed richard as the greatest cw member ever imo

    RIP Craigos. A true CW legend. You will be missed.

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    Scarves IMO. Scarves are where it's at.


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    Quote Originally Posted by GIMH View Post
    Yeah replica shirt is acceptable although I've not had one for a few years now
    It's only acceptable for lounging round the house, wearing to games or actually playing football. Wearing it to official functions such as court appearances is only done by low class fans of clubs like Liverpool and Celtic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GingerFurball View Post
    It's only acceptable for lounging round the house, wearing to games or actually playing football. Wearing it to official functions such as court appearances is only done by low class fans of clubs like Liverpool and Celtic.
    Yeah, agreed. Unless you're under the age of 17.

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    On a somewhat related note. Does anyone else find it weird when managers wear some sort of football kit in the dugout? I can understand why they'd wear a track suit. But you get some, like Owen Coyle, for instance, who wear shorts and football socks rolled up to the knees. Decidedly odd IMO.

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    Tony Pulis looks like a child molestor in his dugout garb.

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    Interestingly, when I just googled 'Tony Pulis Pedo', I was asked: 'did you mean to search for "Tony Pulis is my dad"?'. Itstl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    On a somewhat related note. Does anyone else find it weird when managers wear some sort of football kit in the dugout? I can understand why they'd wear a track suit. But you get some, like Owen Coyle, for instance, who wear shorts and football socks rolled up to the knees. Decidedly odd IMO.
    When they wear boots as well is when it gets me

    Despite the fact that you never see them kick a ball, I can almost come to terms with it on the training pitch but in the dugout is just wrong

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    Was trying to watch Final Score on BBC One, but Mark Bright is just so terrible. Physically couldn't watch any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flibbertyjibber View Post

    As for my lot, still need a striker, laughable rumour about signing Heskey last night. Guess we will get a loan in next week after window reopens.
    Same old story, create loads of chances only to see our strikers go goalless once more. 3 goals in 4 games is crap for the amount of chances we are making every game.

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    Top again, I could get used to this.

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    No-one really answered my question about whether I should buy the Citeh looking top.

    2nd, exactly where we were last time we were in this division, the gap in class is marked. Still a bit worried about the defensive cover, but we'll score goals this year, which is a relief after last.

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    As long as you get the name 'Pickup' on the back, I'm largely in favour of the idea.

    Also, am glad I've had Yaya as captain of my fantasy team for the entire season so far. WAG.



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