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Old 04-17-2008, 03:01 PM   #16
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Leeds United - Derry Matthews, everyone seems to hate us. We are not very good but we did win a couple ok titles once. We have idiot fans. And we are dirty.
I take that back. Respect to you for sticking with your team through thick and thin. You used to have Hassle The Bank back in the days!

Leeds United would basically be any good fighter who ended up fighting bums.
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Old 04-17-2008, 03:06 PM   #17
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I take that back. Respect to you for sticking with your team through thick and thin. You used to have Hassle The Bank back in the days!

Leeds United would basically be any good fighter who ended up fighting bums.

Yep Dirty Derry is about right for us I think.



Or maybe Jeff Thomas...





























Both living off past reputation.
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Old 04-17-2008, 03:21 PM   #18
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1)Man Utd - Hatton - huge fan base
2)Chelsea - Joe Calzaghe - long unbeaten streak
3)Liverpool - David Haye - very Strong team for a very strong fighter
4)Arsenal - Amir khan - Youthfull talent
5)Everton - Clinton woods - cant fight/play well abrord
6)Man City - junior Witter - never as big as its main rival!
7)Blackburn - Alex Arthur - highely underated
Newcastle - Audley Harrison - Just cant win anything
9)Sunderland - Enzo Maccarinelli - good at home
10)Aston Villa - Carl Froch - Dangerous team witha dangerous fighter
11)Tottenham - Matt Skelton - not bad in europe
12)wigan athletic - Gavin Rees - shoundt be ranked among top flight
13)Middelsbrough - Young Mutley - There but nobody likes him/them
14)Fulham- Jon Thaxton - Gets hell of a beatings
15)Birmmingham City - Micheal hunter - Not bad fighter/team
16)Bolton - Danny williams - use to be good now not so good
17)Derby - Paul Bonson - terrible losing streak
1west ham - Darren Mcdermott - underated and talented
19)portsmouth - Micheal jennings - bout to win something big
20)reading - Gary Lockett - not bad but never will be great!


the whole premier league! compared to fighters just using british fighters

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Old 04-17-2008, 03:37 PM   #19
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1)Man Utd - Hatton - huge fan base
2)Chelsea - Joe Calzaghe - long unbeaten streak
3)Liverpool - David Haye - very Strong team for a very strong fighter
4)Arsenal - Amir khan - Youthfull talent
5)Everton - Clinton woods - cant fight/play well abrord
6)Man City - junior Witter - never as big as its main rival!
7)Blackburn - Alex Arthur - highely underated
Newcastle - Audley Harrison - Just can win anything
9)Sunderland - Enzo Maccarinelli - good at home
10)Aston Villa - Carl Froch - Dangerous team witha dangerous fighter
11)Tottenham - Matt Skelton - not bad in europe
12)wigan athletic - Gavin Rees - shoundt be ranked among top flight
13)Middelsbrough - Young Mutley - There but nobody likes him/them
14)Fulham- Jon Thaxton - Gets hell of a beatings
15)Birmmingham City - Micheal hunter - Not bad fighter/team
16)Bolton - Danny williams - use to be good now not so good
17)Derby - Paul Bonson - terrible losing streak
1west ham - Darren Mcdermott - underated and talented
19)portsmouth - Micheal jennings - bout to win something big
20)reading - Gary Lockett - not bad but never will be great!


the whole premier league! compared to fighters just using british fighters


Good list.


arsenal - Andy Lee. Shit defence.
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Old 04-17-2008, 03:41 PM   #20
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Nice list C-Hop.

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4)Arsenal - Amir khan - Youthfull talent
You're going to get an earful.

Dare I add, large Asian fanbase.
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Old 04-17-2008, 04:23 PM   #21
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Hatton=Spurs.......get big crowds despite being shite to watch, and dirty as ****. Suffering from an almost embarrasing case of delusions of grandeur.
how the hell are spurs shit to watch. 100 goals this season at WHL.
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Old 04-17-2008, 04:29 PM   #22
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Hatton=Spurs.......get big crowds despite being shite to watch, and dirty as ****. Suffering from an almost embarrasing case of delusions of grandeur.
You know as much about football as you do about boxing.

Since when have Spurs been shite to watch and dirty???

They're an entertaining side capable of imploding at any moment which makes them even more entertaining!
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Old 04-17-2008, 04:49 PM   #23
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Calzaghe = Man Utd

Offensive and full of flair yet delivers the results when it matters, unlike say Arsenal...

great analysis i like that mate


also id say that clinton woods is the arsenal your refering too
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Old 04-17-2008, 04:50 PM   #24
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1)Man Utd - Hatton - huge fan base
2)Chelsea - Joe Calzaghe - long unbeaten streak
3)Liverpool - David Haye - very Strong team for a very strong fighter
4)Arsenal - Amir khan - Youthfull talent
5)Everton - Clinton woods - cant fight/play well abrord
6)Man City - junior Witter - never as big as its main rival!
7)Blackburn - Alex Arthur - highely underated
Newcastle - Audley Harrison - Just can win anything
9)Sunderland - Enzo Maccarinelli - good at home
10)Aston Villa - Carl Froch - Dangerous team witha dangerous fighter
11)Tottenham - Matt Skelton - not bad in europe
12)wigan athletic - Gavin Rees - shoundt be ranked among top flight
13)Middelsbrough - Young Mutley - There but nobody likes him/them
14)Fulham- Jon Thaxton - Gets hell of a beatings
15)Birmmingham City - Micheal hunter - Not bad fighter/team
16)Bolton - Danny williams - use to be good now not so good
17)Derby - Paul Bonson - terrible losing streak
1west ham - Darren Mcdermott - underated and talented
19)portsmouth - Micheal jennings - bout to win something big
20)reading - Gary Lockett - not bad but never will be great!


the whole premier league! compared to fighters just using british fighters

thats a brilliant list, that must of taken a while
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Old 04-17-2008, 05:26 PM   #25
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Glenn Johnson - Everton, likeable (I think), hard working, former legitimate champ, who simply hasn't got the engine to compete with the elite anymore, but is still there or there abouts, and can still rattle a few cages on their best day.
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Old 04-17-2008, 05:36 PM   #26
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I am a Leeds United fan.
You got beat by Huddersfield
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Old 04-17-2008, 05:51 PM   #27
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Nice list C-Hop.


You're going to get an earful.

Dare I add, large Asian fanbase.
I think you will find more Asians follow Man U and Liverpool
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Old 04-17-2008, 05:52 PM   #28
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Clinton Woods more like Everton - over-achiever and hard to dislike
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Old 04-18-2008, 04:31 AM   #29
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You got beat by Huddersfield



Yep. We are shit in local derbies no matter how bad the opposition is. I think this season beating Doncaster and Huddersfeild at home is the first time we have won any local match in years. We have not been beating anyone though.


Cardiff - Alex Arthur. Both Celtic and underated, never going to be great but could be really good. Both up[ against a strong favorite who everyone seems to like and fancy but who are not actually that great.
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Old 04-18-2008, 04:45 AM   #30
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If by that you mean am I Welsh then no.


I am a Leeds United fan.


Leeds United - Derry Matthews, everyone seems to hate us. We are not very good but we did win a couple ok titles once. We have idiot fans. And we are dirty.
Hopefully we will get the 15 points back!
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