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19 minutes ago, Rudy said:

Great day until kick off

I was absolutely wankered, didn’t go back to my seat when the third went in, went on the concourse had a beer with @little whitt & @jules_darby 

Or it might have been right said Fred I can’t remember 😁

@jules_darby will have no recollection of that. He was a spent force well before KO.

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1 hour ago, Traf said:

@jules_darby will have no recollection of that. He was a spent force well before KO.

I got that impression when he kissed my head, so I kissed his back like Barthez and Blanc

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4 minutes ago, Rudy said:

I got that impression when he kissed my head, so I kissed his back like Barthez and Blanc

You kissed his back?

That's a bit much in public.

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11 hours ago, Traf said:

@jules_darby will have no recollection of that. He was a spent force well before KO.

Christ, never have I been so pissed at a game.

Or anywhere in fact.

Slightly miscalculated the amount of vodka in my Fanta for the “dry train” there 👀🤦🏽‍♂️

 

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57 minutes ago, jules_darby said:

Christ, never have I been so pissed at a game.

Or anywhere in fact.

Slightly miscalculated the amount of vodka in my Fanta for the “dry train” there 👀🤦🏽‍♂️

 

😂 I remember you more than the game, I thought I was pissed you were another level 

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4 minutes ago, Rudy said:

😂 I remember you more than the game, I thought I was pissed you were another level 

He collapsed in my flat once trying to have a piss

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On 17/04/2021 at 21:49, Casino said:

Didn't really register on the shit days scale

Stoke relegation was miles miles worse

Massive for me. Divorced. Weekend Dad. Two young daughters. £50 season tickets. Got them into following BWFC home and away. I’d taken them all over the country on kids ‘n’ flids, to Toronto, and this was supposed to be the first of two trips to Wembley. Can’t even describe the coach journey back. For me it was how gutted they were rather than me. Relegation day was just me and the youngest sat on the front row. Had already sort of accepted that we were down so not as big a shock

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4 hours ago, matty2094 said:

Still to this day not seen that fifth goal. Walked out at 4 and went and sat on a smelly, sweaty K&F coach.

Absolutely grim experience from start to finish.

Neither did I. Left and was with a bloke who wanted to see a big match who was from Crawley. He wouldn't shut up on the way back about why we were shit and loads of other crap. This is a bloke who went to Manchester when Crawley played them but went to support Brighton in the PL.

He loves Rugby.

We are no longer friends.

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9 minutes ago, Not in Crawley said:

Neither did I. Left and was with a bloke who wanted to see a big match who was from Crawley. He wouldn't shut up on the way back about why we were shit and loads of other crap. This is a bloke who went to Manchester when Crawley played them but went to support Brighton in the PL.

He loves Rugby.

We are no longer friends.

Wonder what he thinks of you?

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