Got something to say or just want fewer pesky ads? Join us... 😊

[Football] As if today couldn't get any BETTER



Easy 10

Brain dead MUG SHEEP
Jul 5, 2003
61,891
Location Location
On the bus back I was on my phone checking all the scores, and a Pompey fan sat behind me asked what their final score was at home vs Barnsley.

"I know we were 1 up earlier"
"I'll have a look. What division are you in mate?" (LOVELY) 😁
"League 1"
*scrolls down phone"
"Ahhh...1-1. 89th minute equaliser. Sorry!"
"f***"

What a lovely day. 😄
 
























Simster

"the man's an arse"
Jul 7, 2003
54,369
Surrey
Today has been an absolute treat for Albion fans everywhere. In fact, has there ever been a better day?

Albion - winner 3 mins from time to beat plucky former nemesis and always tossers, Bournemouth.

Palace - lose. Singing the blues already, but they're now 10 points adrift of us having played a game more, and most relegation teams having had good days except PLB obviously, and:

Southampton - lose. Not one I care about I must say, plenty of Albion fans do so this is excellent for them.

Plus Newcastle dropped points. Top 4 charge now officially ON.
Villa lose. Not fans of them here are we.
Chelsea. More points dropped. Same.

Then onto noddy little Portsmouth. Conceding that last minute equaliser is a lovely little cherry on the Premier league cake.

In fact if the worst thing you can say is that you are disappointed that Reading fought back from two down to draw a game at home in their half empty stadium, you know it's been a great day.
 


Chicken Run

Member Since Jul 2003
NSC Patron
Jul 17, 2003
18,753
Valley of Hangleton
Today has been an absolute treat for Albion fans everywhere. In fact, has there ever been a better day?

Albion - winner 3 mins from time to beat plucky former nemesis and always tossers, Bournemouth.

Palace - lose. Singing the blues already, but they're now 10 points adrift of us having played a game more, and most relegation teams having had good days except PLB obviously, and:

Southampton - lose. Not one I care about I must say, plenty of Albion fans do so this is excellent for them.

Plus Newcastle dropped points. Top 4 charge now officially ON.
Villa lose. Not fans of them here are we.
Chelsea. More points dropped. Same.

Then onto noddy little Portsmouth. Conceding that last minute equaliser is a lovely little cherry on the Premier league cake.

In fact if the worst thing you can say is that you are disappointed that Reading fought back from two down to draw a game at home in their half empty stadium, you know it's been a great day.
Fascinating isn’t it, a f***ing Skate at the Amex apparently interested in his team’s score when only 50 miles down the road he could have gone and watched them🤌
 




TugWilson

I gotta admit that I`m a little bit confused
Dec 8, 2020
1,500
Dorset
Today has been an absolute treat for Albion fans everywhere. In fact, has there ever been a better day?

Albion - winner 3 mins from time to beat plucky former nemesis and always tossers, Bournemouth.

Palace - lose. Singing the blues already, but they're now 10 points adrift of us having played a game more, and most relegation teams having had good days except PLB obviously, and:

Southampton - lose. Not one I care about I must say, plenty of Albion fans do so this is excellent for them.

Plus Newcastle dropped points. Top 4 charge now officially ON.
Villa lose. Not fans of them here are we.
Chelsea. More points dropped. Same.

Then onto noddy little Portsmouth. Conceding that last minute equaliser is a lovely little cherry on the Premier league cake.

In fact if the worst thing you can say is that you are disappointed that Reading fought back from two down to draw a game at home in their half empty stadium, you know it's been a great day.
Truly wonderful post (y)
 
  • Like
Reactions: abc




Jahooli

Well-known member
Feb 12, 2008
1,292




Sheebo

Well-known member
Jul 13, 2003
29,319


Sheebo

Well-known member
Jul 13, 2003
29,319
Today has been an absolute treat for Albion fans everywhere. In fact, has there ever been a better day?

Albion - winner 3 mins from time to beat plucky former nemesis and always tossers, Bournemouth.

Palace - lose. Singing the blues already, but they're now 10 points adrift of us having played a game more, and most relegation teams having had good days except PLB obviously, and:

Southampton - lose. Not one I care about I must say, plenty of Albion fans do so this is excellent for them.

Plus Newcastle dropped points. Top 4 charge now officially ON.
Villa lose. Not fans of them here are we.
Chelsea. More points dropped. Same.

Then onto noddy little Portsmouth. Conceding that last minute equaliser is a lovely little cherry on the Premier league cake.

In fact if the worst thing you can say is that you are disappointed that Reading fought back from two down to draw a game at home in their half empty stadium, you know it's been a great day.
Superb summary - I hadn’t realised all of that 🤣👏👏👏👏👏
 




Stat Brother

Well-known member
NSC Patron
Jul 11, 2003
73,888
West west west Sussex
Today has been an absolute treat for Albion fans everywhere. In fact, has there ever been a better day?

Albion - winner 3 mins from time to beat plucky former nemesis and always tossers, Bournemouth.

Palace - lose. Singing the blues already, but they're now 10 points adrift of us having played a game more, and most relegation teams having had good days except PLB obviously, and:

Southampton - lose. Not one I care about I must say, plenty of Albion fans do so this is excellent for them.

Plus Newcastle dropped points. Top 4 charge now officially ON.
Villa lose. Not fans of them here are we.
Chelsea. More points dropped. Same.

Then onto noddy little Portsmouth. Conceding that last minute equaliser is a lovely little cherry on the Premier league cake.

In fact if the worst thing you can say is that you are disappointed that Reading fought back from two down to draw a game at home in their half empty stadium, you know it's been a great day.
I'd like to add Maupay still living rent free in North London, will always be pleasing.
 




AmexRuislip

Trainee Spy 🕵️‍♂️
Feb 2, 2014
33,968
Ruislip
On the bus back I was on my phone checking all the scores, and a Pompey fan sat behind me asked what their final score was at home vs Barnsley.

"I know we were 1 up earlier"
"I'll have a look. What division are you in mate?" (LOVELY) 😁
"League 1"
*scrolls down phone"
"Ahhh...1-1. 89th minute equaliser. Sorry!"
"f***"

What a lovely day. 😄



This was nice too ..
 


Easy 10

Brain dead MUG SHEEP
Jul 5, 2003
61,891
Location Location
Fascinating isn’t it, a f***ing Skate at the Amex apparently interested in his team’s score when only 50 miles down the road he could have gone and watched them🤌
This was on the 700 going back along the coast, not directly back from the Amex. I hope he was going back to Skateland though, cos that would've taken HOURS.
 


Albion and Premier League latest from Sky Sports


Top
Link Here