Bobby S World
December 3, 2010 by staff
They may think I’m a closet united fan, but that could not be further from the truth. It’s not them, it is us. It’s about me having a chance to see the club I have loved for 20 years, the depths of League 2 (what it is now) to the top of the Premier League for a few moments time, competition in our home ground against the most successful clubs in the country by some distance in time I was watching football.
While going through the school the vast majority of people supported at Man Utd, they chose the best team in support, people 10 years older than me would probably have been in classes with Liverpool fans in the majority. You always get a little piss take to support a team that was in and around football, while the basement they have picked up trophy after trophy. To be honest, even if it does not bother me too much because they never had the connection with a football club like most of us, you do not get it if everything you’ve ever done is to check the results on teletext and watch the game on the sky. The connection is to go to the games with your friends and family, making new friends to play, trips away from the terrible results with poor teams, but still enjoy every moment of shared experience. It can not be purchased as a state in the utd megastore.
I remember 10 years ago when I started uni and moved into the halls of residence is asked what football club I supported as meeting the response of “do you not support a football club and real “to asking them what they meant, while controlling the urge to punch the idiot man utd fan Colwyn Bay in front, they responded with” you know that the Premier League and unfortunately they don have probably not been the only man utd fan to think that. 10 years later here we are in the prem, still at odds on the sidelines, but able to compete on the field and while I do not expect a positive result on Saturday I know we will compete and the home win against man utd in the league is not a distant dream.
They have world class players in their team, but we have a fabulous team, a manager of inspiration and benefit.
I hate Man Utd, I hate their fans ignoring chair, I hate Alex Ferguson, I hate everything he told Sky and all he does not belong to the BBC, I hate her son, I hate what ‘they always benefit from arbitration, I hate the face of Rio and wages Rooneys, I hate to see Sir Bobby Charlton, when Jimmy Armfield has not been knighted, I hate their club, I hate their global brand.
Try not to quote Kevin Keegan, but I love it if we beat them, just for a week to have the bragging rights on the united morons who do not understand that supporting a football club is to about. If we beat them the most important thing to turn to those who have asked “did you not support a real football club?” and ask them “Do you think we are real football club now you f *** ING c * NT?
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