sympathy to Millwall fans.......

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Saturday 22 May 2004 9.43pm
what a pity the dream didn't continue...

but well done to all those fans who supported their team thru thick and thin - hope you took pride in your team today.
Monday 24 May 2004 12.27pm
Sympathy ?

Nope !

Respect - definitely.[esp. Dennis The Menace !!!! hilarious all-in wrestling match with Scholsey !!]

In the end an easy win for us. And very little trouble too, which is alwasya bonus with Millwall.
Monday 24 May 2004 12.31pm
They get a few European games next year.
Monday 24 May 2004 12.43pm
<<And very little trouble too, which is alwasya bonus with Millwall.>>

If you're a United fan Goose, how do you know so much about trouble at Milwall? I wasn't aware that the two teams had much cause to play each other, being in different leagues and all.

...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Monday 24 May 2004 2.13pm
yes but like a lot of Man UTD fans he lives in SE1
Monday 24 May 2004 2.32pm
Ahhhhhhh. Fair enough then.

Just wanted to make sure it wasn't a knee-jerk brush-tarring can't-mention-Milwall-without-mentioning-violence-even-if-I've never-been-there sort of thing

...there's plenty more c**** in the cup.
Tuesday 25 May 2004 9.58am
Jon/ Ivanhoe -
Not rising to the bait this time..........

..... but anymore nonsense and I'm sending the boys round !!! heheh
Tuesday 25 May 2004 3.34pm
One of my colleagues has been a Millwall fan all his life and this question of violence came up. He said we were all mad if we thought it had stopped at the Den. Just a lot more organised now and a lot more focused...

Nasty. I'll stick to the rugby - far more civilised ; )

Bien joué...
Tuesday 25 May 2004 3.45pm
sorry - wrong topic!

Post edited (25 May 04 15:49)

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