On 6 Aug 2014 at 7:26pm Leslie Hugh-Janus wrote:
Weird phenomenom this one.
Never used to see a youngster in Lewes with a Brighton replica shirt let alone some fat middle aged baldie with one stretched across his beer belly.
Soon as the new stadium went up Brighton shirts everywhere.
Why? Has the new stadium got a special attraction like cheap beer or something.
Can't be the football because before the Amex the Withdean was half empty and the Goldstone very similar before that.
Very odd - could they be Arsenal Chelsea and Spurs defectors fed up with travelling to London
On 6 Aug 2014 at 10:11pm Disappointed wrote:
Dumbnation, I only looked at this thread because I expecting to hear the gory details about some emotionally-retarded pony-tailed numpty spontaneously exploding under the sheer gravitational pull of his own ludicrousness.
Leave football to teenagers, I say.
On 6 Aug 2014 at 11:43pm Rookie wrote:
When there's a game at the Amex a lot of supporters park in Lewes and get the train to Falmer. They often kill a bit of time in the Lansdown.
Anyway, enough of the mickey mouse football. The real stuff starts at the weekend, although the Rooks are away at Witham. First game at the Pan Siro is next Wednesday evening.
On 7 Aug 2014 at 12:30pm wardy wrote:
When the albion lost the goldstone it was sad day. to watch them play in the lower leagues ,you could travel to gillingham or the withdean. (full at 6,000.00). New stadium, playing at a much higher level and the fact these kids wont remember brightons glory days. Also they dont have to support man u, spurs chelsea etc any more. PS janus the goldstone was as busy as the goldstone!
On 7 Aug 2014 at 12:37pm Leslie Hugh-Janus wrote:
The Goldstone was as busy as the Goldstone? I think that goes without saying.
But an average attendance there of 10K makes me think this shirt explosion thing with all these "fans" will be short lived
On 7 Aug 2014 at 4:20pm Owl wrote:
Be a big blue and white shirt explosion on Saturday when the Owls come to town.
Going to be a great game, come on the Owls
On 7 Aug 2014 at 7:29pm Leslie Hugh-Janus wrote:
So that'll be what we call a handbag derby.
Thank the Lord I'll be a long way away at a real football club where I won't be surrounded by fat blokes in replica shirts waving their foams hands
On 7 Aug 2014 at 8:04pm Owl wrote:
LHJ foam hands or holding hands?
On 7 Aug 2014 at 8:28pm leslie huge anus wrote:
why dont you shut up you stereotypical numpty yer talkin sh*te
On 7 Aug 2014 at 9:11pm Les big bot wrote:
Yer les, a DFL?, or palarse,pikey? LOL
On 7 Aug 2014 at 11:02pm Leslie Hugh-Janus wrote:
Big Bot can you communicate in English please it would be a great help. And the bloke above who is probably you given the very similar lack of written sense.
Always thought LOL is an expression used by weirdos.
No offence meant
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