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Author Topic: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.  (Read 194053 times)

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #30 on: January 11, 2014, 12:12:26 PM »
As a WBA fan, this thread is as hilarious as it is inaccurate.  Keep it going, boys.  :D

Almost as funny as WBA.

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #31 on: January 11, 2014, 12:13:26 PM »
As a WBA fan, this thread is as hilarious as it is inaccurate.  Keep it going, boys.  :D

Ah, another one wot cor keep away.

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #32 on: January 11, 2014, 12:13:50 PM »
As a WBA fan, this thread is as hilarious as it is inaccurate.  Keep it going, boys.  :D

Is that an attempt to claim a moral victory from the thread?

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #33 on: January 11, 2014, 12:48:01 PM »
As a WBA fan, this thread is as hilarious as it is inaccurate.  Keep it going, boys.  :D

Ah, another one wot cor keep away.

One of your most prominent fans, Carl Chinn, adopts the Black Country dialect because he would rather speak like us than like a Brummie.

If anyone can mock the way we speak, it really isn't Brummies.

Keep it going.  :D

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #34 on: January 11, 2014, 12:50:59 PM »
As a WBA fan, this thread is as hilarious as it is inaccurate.  Keep it going, boys.  :D

Ah, another one wot cor keep away.

One of your most prominent fans, Carl Chinn, adopts the Black Country dialect because he would rather speak like us than like a Brummie.

If anyone can mock the way we speak, it really isn't Brummies.

Keep it going.  :D

The funny thing is, there are plenty of folk in the Black Country who support Villa over the local options. What's Baggies' appeal outside of a three mile radius of the Hawthorns?

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #35 on: January 11, 2014, 01:01:45 PM »
As a WBA fan, this thread is as hilarious as it is inaccurate.  Keep it going, boys.  :D

We are just jealous that despite appointing three different managers in recent years on each occasion we didn't take the opportunity to try to bring in Mel Pepe.

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #36 on: January 11, 2014, 01:24:23 PM »
As a WBA fan, this thread is as hilarious as it is inaccurate.  Keep it going, boys.  :D

Ah, another one wot cor keep away.

One of your most prominent fans, Carl Chinn, adopts the Black Country dialect because he would rather speak like us than like a Brummie.

If anyone can mock the way we speak, it really isn't Brummies.

Keep it going.  :D

The funny thing is, there are plenty of folk in the Black Country who support Villa over the local options. What's Baggies' appeal outside of a three mile radius of the Hawthorns?

I don't know. There was never going to be any other team I could support. Ask the Brummies who choose to support us.

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #37 on: January 11, 2014, 01:25:34 PM »
As a WBA fan, this thread is as hilarious as it is inaccurate.  Keep it going, boys.  :D

We are just jealous that despite appointing three different managers in recent years on each occasion we didn't take the opportunity to try to bring in Mel Pepe.

Nevermind, you still have Lambert.

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #38 on: January 11, 2014, 01:29:34 PM »
You never know Nathan may be one of the more reasoned Albion fans.Let's see. Hand's up if you recognise your club.

I'm pretty sure the half time boos last season passed over the Channel and reached Calais. You were either booing your team and manager off the pitch for the umpteenth time last season, or it was a 45th minute boo to signify the number of years since you'd last won anything. I'm not sure which....

And as for us referring to you as small time, something that I've noticed is a bit of a bug bear for Albion fans. Well, you are....You did an applause in the eighth minute because a team you're obsessed with got beaten in a league game, you bring out DVDs when you draw and win football matches, you hold anniversary dinners for a team that won a league match at Old Trafford(!!), you sing the name of a former player who couldn't wait to move on from the club, you celebrate your manager being taken by England by holding an England day at your last away game, your sponsors make a banner with We Know What We Are written on it and your fans and players alike hold it aloft. Every song you sing mentions Aston Villa Football Club, your players wear under-layers with WKWWA printed on them, your kit man writes We Know What We Are on footballs and constantly lies to your own supporters about how many fans you're taking to your away games because he's so embarrassed about your shit support. You only take a following to Aston Villa and take a few hundred supporters everywhere else, yet can't sell out at home (for the third season running, I'd hasten to add - what's that about TV, kick-off times and ticket prices?!) in a game your own players describe as being like a 'Champions League' tie. Everything about your club is small time and tinpot. Let's make that abundantly clear.

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #39 on: January 11, 2014, 01:54:38 PM »
You never know Nathan may be one of the more reasoned Albion fans.Let's see. Hand's up if you recognise your club.

I'm pretty sure the half time boos last season passed over the Channel and reached Calais. You were either booing your team and manager off the pitch for the umpteenth time last season, or it was a 45th minute boo to signify the number of years since you'd last won anything. I'm not sure which....

And as for us referring to you as small time, something that I've noticed is a bit of a bug bear for Albion fans. Well, you are....You did an applause in the eighth minute because a team you're obsessed with got beaten in a league game, you bring out DVDs when you draw and win football matches, you hold anniversary dinners for a team that won a league match at Old Trafford(!!), you sing the name of a former player who couldn't wait to move on from the club, you celebrate your manager being taken by England by holding an England day at your last away game, your sponsors make a banner with We Know What We Are written on it and your fans and players alike hold it aloft. Every song you sing mentions Aston Villa Football Club, your players wear under-layers with WKWWA printed on them, your kit man writes We Know What We Are on footballs and constantly lies to your own supporters about how many fans you're taking to your away games because he's so embarrassed about your shit support. You only take a following to Aston Villa and take a few hundred supporters everywhere else, yet can't sell out at home (for the third season running, I'd hasten to add - what's that about TV, kick-off times and ticket prices?!) in a game your own players describe as being like a 'Champions League' tie. Everything about your club is small time and tinpot. Let's make that abundantly clear.

Yeah, I'm, laid-back. It's a game of football, that's all.

Of course, Villa fans never boo their team off, do they?

There was no 8th minute applause.

We sing the name of a former player who couldn't wait to move on from the club? Who?

We have many songs. One mentions Aston Villa, so that's something else that's wrong.

As for poor support, where were you at Southampton? We take a steady 2000-3000 to most away matches. Something else you have got wrong, there. Considering that you are the only club in the UK's second largest city, your support is not spectacular, is it? Add to that the fact that you also attract support from surrounding towns like Lichfield, Tamworth, etc, even less so.

You are calling us 'tinpot' and 'small-time' but there is only one of us consumed with bile and inaccuracy. That is small-time, I am afraid.

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #40 on: January 11, 2014, 01:58:15 PM »
Someone should tell Blose that apparently Aston Villa are the only club in Birmingham as it may have escaped their notice.

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #41 on: January 11, 2014, 02:05:37 PM »
Gotta laugh at Albion fans and their shit support. They talk about our catchment area as the reason for us having a much bigger following. They're 3 miles away from us so they operate in exactly the same catchment area.

Bigger than Blues, smaller than Wolves.

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #42 on: January 11, 2014, 02:15:39 PM »
Wolves with all their woes are a far more classy, bigger and more glamorous club than whatever WBA will be.

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #43 on: January 11, 2014, 02:20:00 PM »
If there was no eighth minute applause how come your own official Twitter feed mentioned it, you sad, smalltime, lying little boy?

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Re: The All-New Patronise The Plucky Little Neighbours Thread.
« Reply #44 on: January 11, 2014, 02:24:25 PM »
If there was no eighth minute applause how come your own official Twitter feed mentioned it, you sad, smalltime, lying little boy?

Did it?

Again, you call me 'small-time', yet, the bilious responses are all one way.