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You'll like this Ann. WBA fans were heard singing this to the tune of The Beautiful South's Rotterdam "They've been to Rotherham and everywhere Liverpool and Rome Now they're throwing ca

An absolute disgrace last night, an offside goal and a very, very dubious dodgy penalty once again favouring the "top six" team...whatever the manager gets fined I am sure he will see it as money well

McGinn had a great game, I lost count of the amount of times he went into tackles with 2,3 & sometimes 4 Derby players around him and he still came away with the ball at his feet, must be 1st name

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3 hours ago, Ann Jones said:

I am a lifelong bluenose...

Ann, everyone know I'm kind of new to your great sport of Football. So now when I see something like your quote I have to do a little research, in lieu of just asking the question and getting blasted for it.

So you're a Birmingham City supporter, are you?

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9 hours ago, Jimmy James said:

Ann, everyone know I'm kind of new to your great sport of Football. So now when I see something like your quote I have to do a little research, in lieu of just asking the question and getting blasted for it.

So you're a Birmingham City supporter, are you?

Yes, I am first. My first match was in my mum's womb!! Fairly unusually it was my mum who loved football, not my dad (he took me to cricket). My mum supported Birmingham to be different from her elder brother who supported Villa.

I have to say that there is very little pleasure to be had from supporting Blues, the occasional promotion, usually swiftly followed by relegation, and one league cup victory in all my years, but, there you go.

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He's from a town called Aberchirder.

Nobody who lives there calls it that, it's known as Foggie.

In the North East of Scotland loads of small towns have ... I dunno, nicknames I guess is the best way of putting it.

I had a great uncle lived in a town called Stuartfield.

Except it was known as Crichie.

Pronounced K-rr-i-ch-ee.

Very odd.

There are loads of other examples.

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3 hours ago, MagicRatAFC said:

He's from a town called Aberchirder.

Nobody who lives there calls it that, it's known as Foggie.

In the North East of Scotland loads of small towns have ... I dunno, nicknames I guess is the best way of putting it.

I had a great uncle lived in a town called Stuartfield.

Except it was known as Crichie.

Pronounced K-rr-i-ch-ee.

Very odd.

There are loads of other examples.

Do they have a lot of fog there?

 

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