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Re: Millwall v Leeds - Team/Reports/Ratings....

Post by stevewall » Sun Sep 17, 2017 1:43 pm

Cjay wrote:Its just sad, they seem stuck in a time warp, and the saddest bit is its not kids causing the trouble. Its fat, middle aged men in tops 2 sizes to small, probably with kids of there own. Utterly pathetic. But anyways there gonna get handed a footballing lesson :twisted:
thanks for the footballing lesson we really enjoyed it no one ever gives millwall any credit understand that up to a point but we have played better than will be top half and yesterday's result won't actually look that bad, and despite the needle that seems to persist between us the only time I happy to see leeds get beat is when you play us,, despite your dislike for us we are 2 proper working class clubs . this could well be your year and this time next season you could be back in the sky ruined happy clappy plastic premiership strange thing is I and a lot of millwall fans will hope you do well , I'm old enough to remember the Don review leeds which still in my eyes was one of the best club sides I ever saw

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Post by faaip » Sun Sep 17, 2017 2:08 pm

stevewall wrote:thanks for the footballing lesson we really enjoyed it no one ever gives millwall any credit understand that up to a point but we have played better than will be top half and yesterday's result won't actually look that bad, and despite the needle that seems to persist between us the only time I happy to see leeds get beat is when you play us,, despite your dislike for us we are 2 proper working class clubs . this could well be your year and this time next season you could be back in the sky ruined happy clappy plastic premiership strange thing is I and a lot of millwall fans will hope you do well , I'm old enough to remember the Don review leeds which still in my eyes was one of the best club sides I ever saw

Yeah I'm really not looking forward to that bit. I hate what the Prem has become.
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Post by 1964white » Sun Sep 17, 2017 2:25 pm

stevewall wrote:thanks for the footballing lesson we really enjoyed it no one ever gives millwall any credit understand that up to a point but we have played better than will be top half and yesterday's result won't actually look that bad, and despite the needle that seems to persist between us the only time I happy to see leeds get beat is when you play us,, despite your dislike for us we are 2 proper working class clubs . this could well be your year and this time next season you could be back in the sky ruined happy clappy plastic premiership strange thing is I and a lot of millwall fans will hope you do well , I'm old enough to remember the Don review leeds which still in my eyes was one of the best club sides I ever saw
Welcome to the MOT forum

The best team by a country mile won yesterday

We are much better than what you witnessed & I'm pretty sure we'll bounce back from that defeat

By all means keep posting your thoughts on the 'Wall' & football in general if you wish Steve

This topic should remain on our front page throughout this season

Good luck :tup:

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Post by gessa » Sun Sep 17, 2017 8:51 pm

Just back from being stuck in the middle of a Welsh field all weekend, boy it was depressing reading this, a lot of changes for Burnley and back to winning ways against Ipswich hopefully.

Lessons will be learned I feel as Christiansen is an intelligent footballing coach

Our main concern has to be Jansson's injury, hopefully it's not too bad
Oh well! you had your chance let's hope it's not too late before you act

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Post by 1964white » Sun Sep 17, 2017 9:15 pm

gessa wrote:Just back from being stuck in the middle of a Welsh field all weekend, boy it was depressing reading this, a lot of changes for Burnley and back to winning ways against Ipswich hopefully
Lessons will be learned I feel as Christiansen is an intelligent footballing coach

Our main concern has to be Jansson's injury, hopefully it's not too bad

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Post by gessa » Sun Sep 17, 2017 9:25 pm

1964white wrote:Lessons will be learned I feel as Christiansen is an intelligent footballing coach

Our main concern has to be Jansson's injury, hopefully it's not too bad

We were always going to get this kind of performance think we could struggle most of the season with the more physical teams. Not to worry Newcastle lost 10 games last season and still won it.
Oh well! you had your chance let's hope it's not too late before you act

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Post by rab_rant » Mon Sep 18, 2017 4:57 am

1964white wrote:Lessons will be learned I feel as Christiansen is an intelligent footballing coach

Our main concern has to be Jansson's injury, hopefully it's not too bad
It seems to me that Pontus has had troubles with his legs during many games last season
I can remember him going down on many occasions and clutching his hamstring. Sometimes
I think he did it to take the sting out of the game and give us a breather and at other times
it could have just been cramp. Does he have a history of injury when he played with Torino?
I hope he makes a speedy recovery whatever it was cos with him and Cooper out we look
pretty threadbare in defence.
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Post by weasel » Mon Sep 18, 2017 8:11 am

rab_rant wrote:It seems to me that Pontus has had troubles with his legs during many games last season
I can remember him going down on many occasions and clutching his hamstring. Sometimes
I think he did it to take the sting out of the game and give us a breather and at other times
it could have just been cramp. Does he have a history of injury when he played with Torino?
I hope he makes a speedy recovery whatever it was cos with him and Cooper out we look
pretty threadbare in defence.
Unfortunately he has been very much injury prone prior to signing for us and for whatever reason seems to pick up injuries very easily - like you say most matches he seems to have a moment where he appears to have gotten injured.
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Post by Cjay » Mon Sep 18, 2017 7:11 pm

stevewall wrote:thanks for the footballing lesson we really enjoyed it no one ever gives millwall any credit understand that up to a point but we have played better than will be top half and yesterday's result won't actually look that bad, and despite the needle that seems to persist between us the only time I happy to see leeds get beat is when you play us,, despite your dislike for us we are 2 proper working class clubs . this could well be your year and this time next season you could be back in the sky ruined happy clappy plastic premiership strange thing is I and a lot of millwall fans will hope you do well , I'm old enough to remember the Don review leeds which still in my eyes was one of the best club sides I ever saw
I'll give you credit, you gave us a bit of a footballing lesson, our newer players and im sure manager will have learned a lot. You deserved the win and it could have been and probably should have been 4 or 5.
No problem admitting that, none whatsoever, when im wrong as i was in my above prediction then i will hold my hands up :-D

Dont dislike millwall as a team, its a section of your knuckledragging, neanderthal fans i cant stand.

Appreciate we all have those to some degree but it was your lot who upset me as a child and it stayed with me :twisted:

However you won fair and square :scarf2:

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Post by stevewall » Tue Jan 02, 2018 12:41 am

just been looking at your forays into other clubs forums you mention gradually building up to a millwall one , well there are no guarantees in life for anything but I genuinely think you might be pleasantly surprised , glad to see your season is still going OK I think you have a genuine chance still think we will be top half only wolves look a real cut above the rest good luck for the rest of the season

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