The official 'Kill The Cheese' thread

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by mcfcliam, 7 Apr 2011.

  1. jrb

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    It seems like the more we ask and beg the club to cut the cheese, the more they do it, and continue to do it.
     
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  2. There is a light

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    Worst thing I’ve seen or heard since I saw A City kit yesterday with 93:20 and Moonchester on the front, Centurions on the back and sharks on the arms (this is an actual real thing)
     
  3. acton28

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    I get some of it. I don't get some of it. For the younger crowds and kids, some is great. For me, I take it like pop music. Some, I ignore. Some, I enjoy. As long as the game has 11 blokes or women on either side battling for an inflated sack of air, then I won't go too Victor Meldrew.

    Get the blue moon off the screen!
    Surely we can afford a lit up inflatable blue moon by the half way line, with Hugh Ferris perched from a moon hole, sporting a foam finger, in a daft t-shirt that he catches from a cannon fired from the south stand, all cheering the piped verse of "Garlic bread?!" Commentary will be provided by Chappy, who will be perched over a large swimming pool of inflatable blue and white ducks - and facepainters dressed as Team Shark will try to paint his arms in the 1999 away shirt design. Alan, if his new Chinese identity allows it, will be present at half-time to receive a golden 10% off voucher at the kiosks of the third tier, only.
     
  4. M18CTID

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    Not really for me but I remember when we played Hamburg away in the UEFA Cup Quarter Final in 2009 they had a makeshift stage on the pitch and a band playing shitty rock songs right in front of their ultras section before the game kicked off. The Hamburg fans lapped it up a lot more than ours did last night! They seem to be more accepting of this cheesy shit on the continent.
     
  5. mayo31

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    That band was a disgrace last night.

    Imagine sitting just to the left of them.
     
  6. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    We are getting a little more 'genteel'. I was chastised last night for calling one of theirs a diving bastard after he had been uprooted. It was a foul, I was told. Yeah, I know it was a foul, but I ain't gonna shout Yer dirty fucking sky blue bastard. Get 'im booked ref!
     
  7. Dave Ewing's Back 'eader

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    Actually we were, not immediatley left but on the next couple of sections, and I needed them to be pointed out to me. I walked onto the spiral at HT and ne'er saw 'em.
     
  8. ancoats

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    its all a show and (its behind you)
     
  9. Wallaceinthecheapseats.

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    If the club is reading this,It was cringey as fuck and no place at the football ,especially right before the lads walked out..It was dogshit,whichever new age ,football bantering ,soccer am loving twat at the club thought this would be a great idea to rev up the crowd seriously needs to have a word.
    Found myself sliding down my seat .
    Awful.
     
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  10. mayo31

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    I am SS level 3 to the right of them and it was a pain
     

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