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sure newcastle utd are changing their club crest now too Wink



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Sorry can see nothing but trouble from that lot next year as there fans are a bunch of scummers to say the least .



Cardiff have been one of the most por active clubs in dealing with their bad element. Voted family club of the year the last two seasons. They seem to have left all that in the past
Boooolocks  Gerk , a mate of mine who gos home and away for years always complains about their so called fans, windows were smashed again on the Burnley fans bus at there place in Oct this season . Never heard anything but bile from them by fellow Burnley fans .............Thumbs Down



They have the most banning orders of any club which says they are working on it.
I have been over a few times and they are a world away from where they were a few years ago.
Burnley are certainly no angels themselves
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Originally posted by The GerK The GerK wrote:

Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

Originally posted by The GerK The GerK wrote:

Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

Sorry can see nothing but trouble from that lot next year as there fans are a bunch of scummers to say the least .



Cardiff have been one of the most por active clubs in dealing with their bad element. Voted family club of the year the last two seasons. They seem to have left all that in the past
Boooolocks  Gerk , a mate of mine who gos home and away for years always complains about their so called fans, windows were smashed again on the Burnley fans bus at there place in Oct this season . Never heard anything but bile from them by fellow Burnley fans .............Thumbs Down



They have the most banning orders of any club which says they are working on it.
I have been over a few times and they are a world away from where they were a few years ago.
Burnley are certainly no angels themselves
 
 We have played both Burnley and Cardiff at home fairly recently and even though there were over twice as many Cardiff fans there was more bile and trouble from the Burnley fans (this is NOT me having my usual sly dig at Claret Murph by the way)
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Great to see them in the Premier League
Defo try to get to the Swansea game next year

Bittersweet for many fans following the rebranding of the club. This has caused a pretty big divide amongst their support

What do people think about the history of the club being ripped up to capture a new market in the Middle East? Does Premier League football balance this out?

Sold their soul, when the bluebirds became the redbirds.
Be like Liverpool playing in blue. 




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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote GG14 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 18 Apr 2013 at 4:17pm
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Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

Originally posted by The GerK The GerK wrote:

Great to see them in the Premier League
Defo try to get to the Swansea game next year

Bittersweet for many fans following the rebranding of the club. This has caused a pretty big divide amongst their support

What do people think about the history of the club being ripped up to capture a new market in the Middle East? Does Premier League football balance this out?


Sold their soul, when the bluebirds became the redbirds.
Be like Liverpool playing in blue. 




Or Leeds playing in all white.


Not really Leeds just returned to use one of the original kit colours.

Looking forward to hopefully seeing Cardiff break Derby's premiership record for the lowest points in a season!
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Originally posted by The GerK The GerK wrote:

Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

Originally posted by The GerK The GerK wrote:

Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

Sorry can see nothing but trouble from that lot next year as there fans are a bunch of scummers to say the least .



Cardiff have been one of the most por active clubs in dealing with their bad element. Voted family club of the year the last two seasons. They seem to have left all that in the past
Boooolocks  Gerk , a mate of mine who gos home and away for years always complains about their so called fans, windows were smashed again on the Burnley fans bus at there place in Oct this season . Never heard anything but bile from them by fellow Burnley fans .............Thumbs Down



They have the most banning orders of any club which says they are working on it.
I have been over a few times and they are a world away from where they were a few years ago.
Burnley are certainly no angels themselves
 
 We have played both Burnley and Cardiff at home fairly recently and even though there were over twice as many Cardiff fans there was more bile and trouble from the Burnley fans (this is NOT me having my usual sly dig at Claret Murph by the way)
Trust me I never said certain Burnley fans were Angles and yes the Clarets have a scum lot who follow them also which has been the same for years Thumbs Down .
But I still stand by what I said that going to Cardiff next season you will see nothing inside the ground but outside well that something a lot different .
 
 
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Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

Originally posted by Sligo Hornet Sligo Hornet wrote:

Originally posted by The GerK The GerK wrote:

Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

Originally posted by The GerK The GerK wrote:

Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

Sorry can see nothing but trouble from that lot next year as there fans are a bunch of scummers to say the least .



Cardiff have been one of the most por active clubs in dealing with their bad element. Voted family club of the year the last two seasons. They seem to have left all that in the past
Boooolocks  Gerk , a mate of mine who gos home and away for years always complains about their so called fans, windows were smashed again on the Burnley fans bus at there place in Oct this season . Never heard anything but bile from them by fellow Burnley fans .............Thumbs Down



They have the most banning orders of any club which says they are working on it.
I have been over a few times and they are a world away from where they were a few years ago.
Burnley are certainly no angels themselves
 
 We have played both Burnley and Cardiff at home fairly recently and even though there were over twice as many Cardiff fans there was more bile and trouble from the Burnley fans (this is NOT me having my usual sly dig at Claret Murph by the way)
Trust me I never said certain Burnley fans were Angles and yes the Clarets have a scum lot who follow them also which has been the same for years Thumbs Down .
But I still stand by what I said that going to Cardiff next season you will see nothing inside the ground but outside well that something a lot different .
 
 
 
 
 
Very true Murph.......the Stadium is a very typical modernistic bowl like most of the new stadia......lacking the history and character of the old fashioned ground.......and Yes , you are correct about outside , it is completely different.......a lovely, easy to walk round City with lots of historical sites to view and a good selection of fine ale houses providing quality, reasonably priced food and refreshments.
Wallet ?? What the fcuk is that ?
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Cardiff's scum elements will likely be missing at next seasons games, especially now that they'll have to pay PL prices to see their team. 
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Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

Cardiff's scum elements will likely be missing at next seasons games, especially now that they'll have to pay PL prices to see their team. 
yes because football hooligans are always unemployed council estate layabouts
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Originally posted by Clonbhoy Clonbhoy wrote:

Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

Cardiff's scum elements will likely be missing at next seasons games, especially now that they'll have to pay PL prices to see their team. 
yes because football hooligans are always unemployed council estate layabouts
Hummmmm kind of sums up Burnley in one sentance Ouch
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Burnley, what an absolute hell hole.
 
Regarding Cardiff, there are plenty of fans that have stayed away this season. The soul has been ripped out of the club.
 
It's a Franchise now rather than a club.
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Originally posted by Clonbhoy Clonbhoy wrote:

Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

Cardiff's scum elements will likely be missing at next seasons games, especially now that they'll have to pay PL prices to see their team. 
yes because football hooligans are always unemployed council estate layabouts

No of course not, but there is much less likely to be trouble at PL grounds than there are in the lower leagues, mainly because fellas who mostly go for the aggro, wont pay the extra money and find other targets.

Incidently, I've never been to Cardiff, but I know from Stoke fans that it was always a place of aggro for them, notably because Stoke's own scum elements used to relish the battle. And again, most of these heads are rarely seen around the Britannia these days, presumably because of the higher costs of attending PL football.
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Originally posted by Flanno7hi Flanno7hi wrote:

Burnley, what an absolute hell hole.
 
Regarding Cardiff, there are plenty of fans that have stayed away this season. The soul has been ripped out of the club.
 
It's a Franchise now rather than a club.
 
On the footballing side of things I have to say I thought they look a very average outfit. Unless they purchase quality and established PL players I can see them being in the bottom 3. Mind you the league table doesn't lie and you can only beat what is before you, standard has dipped a bit in the Championship I think of late.
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Burnley, what an absolute hell hole.
 
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Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

Originally posted by The GerK The GerK wrote:

Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

Sorry can see nothing but trouble from that lot next year as there fans are a bunch of scummers to say the least .



Cardiff have been one of the most por active clubs in dealing with their bad element. Voted family club of the year the last two seasons. They seem to have left all that in the past
Boooolocks  Gerk , a mate of mine who gos home and away for years always complains about their so called fans, windows were smashed again on the Burnley fans bus at there place in Oct this season . Never heard anything but bile from them by fellow Burnley fans .............Thumbs Down

Fans that go to every home and away game but yet are labelled 'so called fans.' They are fans of the club. They behave in a stupid manner.
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Originally posted by deco911 deco911 wrote:

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Originally posted by Stoked Up Stoked Up wrote:

Originally posted by The GerK The GerK wrote:

Great to see them in the Premier League
Defo try to get to the Swansea game next year

Bittersweet for many fans following the rebranding of the club. This has caused a pretty big divide amongst their support

What do people think about the history of the club being ripped up to capture a new market in the Middle East? Does Premier League football balance this out?

Sold their soul, when the bluebirds became the redbirds.
Be like Liverpool playing in blue. 


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