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 on: Today at 20:39:57 
Started by horlock07 - Last post by Ardiles
It's always been about friends & family for me, so following a phoenix club would make most sense if that's what they were doing as well.

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 on: Today at 20:30:28 
Started by horlock07 - Last post by Banker
Swindon Town, most likely. My local club.  Grin

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 on: Today at 20:27:53 
Started by Berniman - Last post by Valid Pint
Paid by BT.

I am honoured to be blood brothers and sisters with you all x

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 on: Today at 20:26:18 
Started by horlock07 - Last post by Abrahammer
I suspect Id default to my 2nd team, over time I may end up feeling the same about them but I doubt it.

I image Id just follow that team rather than support them

Cant imagine giving up on football, how do just stop liking the sport?

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 on: Today at 20:12:38 
Started by horlock07 - Last post by Valid Pint
I would of course support Belarusian giants FK Slutsk

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 on: Today at 20:12:22 
Started by horlock07 - Last post by Costanza
I think I'd want to support the Phoenix endeavour as long as it was united and not bogged down in self-importance and politics.

It's either that or follow football as a neutral.

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 on: Today at 20:05:48 
Started by horlock07 - Last post by The Artist Formerly Known as Audrey
If the price of a PL bail out is no relegation from the PL in the event of another curtailed season, what is the point in carrying on playing this season.

That would mean no promotion or relegation throughout the entire pyramid.

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 on: Today at 20:01:02 
Started by horlock07 - Last post by donkey
Our Non-League neighbours took the risk...

True.  How did that nor cross my mind??

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 on: Today at 19:51:12 
Started by horlock07 - Last post by Costanza
Like the idea,  not SS FC is a good look though.

Our Non-League neighbours took the risk...

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 on: Today at 19:35:12 
Started by horlock07 - Last post by Richie Wellen-Dowd
Phoenix club for sure, and whilst I would never wish for it, I bet it would be more fun than a large part of our recent history.

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