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On 1 Apr 2013 at 6:30pm Not a lot of hope wrote:
Rookie , what was the score today please
On 1 Apr 2013 at 6:34pm Rookie wrote:
I guess you probably know but I will play along. It was a 3-1 defeat I'm afraid.
On 1 Apr 2013 at 6:40pm Not a lot of hope wrote:
No I didn't , I am a regular at the pan so not a great day , thanks for info ,
On 1 Apr 2013 at 6:42pm Seagull wrote:
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. Why you and anyone else support that poor excuse for a football club is beyond me. Come and watch a real team at the Amex tomorrow instead of that rubbish. Albion v charlton. 7.45.
On 1 Apr 2013 at 6:54pm Not a lot of hope wrote:
Seagull , you just don't get it do you , enjoy your match
On 1 Apr 2013 at 6:57pm wrote:
Seagull is a notorious pea-brain. Pay no mind...
On 1 Apr 2013 at 7:29pm Seagull wrote:
Nonsense. I support my club and every other one is a rival. I dislike the way lewes is constantly pushd on here. This is not a football forum. Or maybe I should start promoting albion games the same way.
On 1 Apr 2013 at 7:32pm Numpty wrote:
Think the clue is in the name really , lewes has lots of Albion. Supporters , so knock yourself out mate , he shot he score he must Peter ........ Fill in the blanks seagull nice easy one to start with
On 2 Apr 2013 at 10:10am THE PIRATE wrote:
Not a word.
Say it again?
On 2 Apr 2013 at 1:27pm Tony wrote:
My issue with Lewes is not bringing in local team players, a club forum complaining about the players, reports stating that Lewes don't train and can't fill the bench on a Saturday.
I know players within Lewes, look as far as Ringmer alongside other county league players in Lewes, not given the chance to play or train with the Lewes team.
It seems the narrow minded approach of the manager alongside the "community" board are happy to continue with the failures that are currently occurring.
Going back to old managers, old players. Sometimes you have to let go of the golden days.
Open up the club for a trial day, see how many players in the local area are interested in playing for their local side. When Lewes is a county league team (we be soon enough) you will be begging for players.
On 2 Apr 2013 at 2:07pm Seagull wrote:
Ha ha ha so it seems things are very bad again at Lewes. What a surprise. You pay peanuts you get monkeys. Relegation again too. Where are you rookie? Its all gone quiet over there!!!
On 2 Apr 2013 at 2:22pm Drone wrote:
Seagull, you are a tinpot glory hunter who will fade away when Poyet ditches you for a Premier League outfit & your crappy little team start to slide down the table. You couldn`t answer Numpty`s little rhyme `cos you haven`t followed the team through the bad times. This is just another band wagon to jump on for you. Bet you keep a Chelsea replica shirt in drawer in case the Albion start losing
On 2 Apr 2013 at 2:41pm Seagull wrote:
I didnt answer as its insultingly easy. But just for you its ward. I was there for his debut. I was there when he scored 3 for england under 21 v norway. Ok? I was one who stayed loyal when the club played at gillingham so dont give me all that glory hunter cr@p
On 2 Apr 2013 at 3:07pm Numpty wrote:
Seagull looks like you are just a Brighton fan , and not a football fan , by that I mean a fan of football , I'm a palace follower by birth ! But have seen more Albion games over the years , and a lot more lewes games ,
On 2 Apr 2013 at 4:18pm Rookie wrote:
I will not argue with fans of other football clubs on this forum. I only post to try and raise interest in our local community owned club. It could be an absolute gem if we can get the membership up.
But I will argue all day on the clubs own forum if Seagull wants to register and join us.
On 2 Apr 2013 at 4:32pm Drone wrote:
Fair play Rookie. Can`t be easy for the guy living in the shadow of Palace. Better team, better support. Brighton Ultras just doesn`t quite have the same ring does it...
On 3 Apr 2013 at 8:27am footymum 26 wrote:
I support my local football team 100% going to men's,ladies and u18 matches. Of course I wish we were not in a relegation battle but if we go down so be it.
We go to matches as a family and I can quite happily let my 14 yr old go on his own knowing he is safe .
You cannot beat the atmosphere at The Pan on match day. I am a Chelsea and Arsenal fan and have been to both stadiums also The Amex,yet the welcome at The Pan is special.
On 3 Apr 2013 at 9:46am Rookie wrote:
Spot on Footymum. Although the team aren't doing that well the Pan is a great place to watch a game of football. I find it a very social place as well.
On 3 Apr 2013 at 11:16am Local wrote:
Not sure if it's normal to be a 'fan' of two Premier League clubs based in the same city...
But nothing wrong with one second team to compliment the Rooks!
On 3 Apr 2013 at 12:39pm footymum 26 wrote:
Ah Local the reason being my son and hubby support Arsenal and I have two Chelsea supporting daughters!!! Hence I sit on the fence but we all support The Mighty Rooks!!
On 3 Apr 2013 at 3:53pm Numpty wrote:
@ seagull . If it wasn't for feeder leagues right down to grass roots there would be no Albion , or palace , it is a bit chicken and egg but in a strange way the seagulls need the rooks , ad just out of interest had a conversation with an old chum last night ,who's not really a footsie fan , but was taken to the Amex a couple of weeks ago , he's in his 50's and been around the block , but was shocked by the foul mouthed supporters around him , not sure where he was seated ( was with season ticket holders ) they had their own kids with them , they were abusing the linesman mainly , so house in order first , methinks , needless to say he will decline a free ticket in the future ,

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