Well, I'm not really a football fan. I come from a rugby background and follow the "oval ball" game mostly, but footy is still good to watch and I do try to keep up with what is going on.
I think supporters should follow their hometown club. All this talk of thousands of Londoners travelling to Manchester every week to watch Man Utd, just because they win a lot of trophies is sad. Your home town club represents where you're from and I think that should count for something. The club of my home of birth is:
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after several years of slump, they're now getting their act together under the managership of Chris Powell and are currently about 13 points clear at the top of League One, so we could well be looking forward to games against Crystal Palace and Millwall next season, although it looks as though West Ham are going to get away from taking a good thrashing at The Valley next season, by rather cowardly taking the escape route up to the Premiership...
No guts, eh..?
I've only ever been to one footy match in my life. My dad took me to a game at The Valley to see Charlton vs Arsenal
on Boxing Day one year. We beat them 1-0, but I wasn't really watching. I spent almost the game reading a book..!!
Sooooooo.... If anyone wants to talk about football, I'm up for it, but beware..... the 'add***s are coming and when the mighty Chrissy Powell's red army get at you, then stand by for a whuppin'.
Come on you reds..!!