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Actually feel sorry for fans of 'Big Clubs'

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View coulsdoneagle's Profile coulsdoneagle Flag London 11 Apr 17 12.53am Send a Private Message to coulsdoneagle Add coulsdoneagle as a friend

They will never experience what it's like to win a match like today or last week. It will just be another necessary win or a good performance against a rival. Every match we play against a big team and get a result a just something else it was incredible. The passion our players showed and the chemistry between them and the fans is something truly special. You can shove your top 4 up your @rse because you will never know what tonight felt like for a club like ours. PTID

 

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chateauferret Flag 11 Apr 17 12.58am

The saddest of all must be Celtic fans. Their domestic season is finished in January and their Champions League ends the minute they have to play someone they've actually heard of. The only challenge is counting up to seven.

Arsenal and Chelsea fans seem to have reacted to losing against Palace with the entitled indignity of commuters whose train is late.

Edited by chateauferret (11 Apr 2017 1.00am)

 


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View MrCParrot's Profile MrCParrot Flag Taunton 11 Apr 17 7.11am Send a Private Message to MrCParrot Add MrCParrot as a friend

Great post.

So many Man United supporters don't really understand the highs and lows, the sheer pain of administration and the joy of mere survival.

Hence they don't even sing at Wembley!

They have lost the love of a community. Rich in money but not where it counts.

I am as happy as Sasa with a hot chocolate

Parrot

Man City supporters do get it though

 


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ParchmoreEagle Flag Belair 11 Apr 17 7.26am

And Arsenal fans... Out of 30 games they go to they only lose 8, draw 6, and win the rest (16). And that's a 'BAD' season. I'd rip their hands off for that every year in the PL! I hope they get a Pardew when Wenger leaves and find themselves in a relegation fight! Entitled PR1CKS.

 


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View Ketteridge's Profile Ketteridge Flag Brighton 11 Apr 17 7.28am Send a Private Message to Ketteridge Add Ketteridge as a friend

Feel sorry for all my friends who supported Liverpool at school 25 years later they must feel that they picked the wrong pony in the big club stakes

 


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View northerwesteagle's Profile northerwesteagle Flag 11 Apr 17 7.39am Send a Private Message to northerwesteagle Add northerwesteagle as a friend

Thats what makes Palace so exciting to follow..the rollercoaster ride...its that never knowing what is going to happen next that keeps us on the edge of our seats or as with me last night jumping and screaming around my kitchen lol. Most follow the big teams up there simply because they are up there but there isnt the passion like we saw last night

 

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View Terry Vegetables's Profile Terry Vegetables Flag Forest Hill 11 Apr 17 9.54am Send a Private Message to Terry Vegetables Add Terry Vegetables as a friend

Exactly..
I've been pushing similar point. What's the point of supporting a big club if you will never achieve the same feeling as a Leicester supporter winning the league.

Man U fan vs Leicester Fan
(both win premier)

Keep your big clubs, you dont know what you're missing.

Edited by Terry Vegetables (11 Apr 2017 9.54am)

 


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1st actual Match - PALACE 1-1 LEEDS (Sat 13 Nov 1982)

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View Kermit8's Profile Kermit8 Flag Hevon 11 Apr 17 9.58am Send a Private Message to Kermit8 Add Kermit8 as a friend

The last time Man U fans were genuinely euphoria-ridden was 1999 v Bayern Munich.

Once in 18 years. Stuff that for a game of football.

Chelsea are enjoying themselves this year tbf and so they should with Conte.

Man City and Arsenal? No, thanks.

Liverpool still create an atmosphere and love their footy and are up for it for a number of games.

 


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View Dan1994's Profile Dan1994 Flag Wallington 11 Apr 17 10.04am Send a Private Message to Dan1994 Add Dan1994 as a friend

There aren't many teams who you'd rather be a part of really are there?

- Premierleague football
- Cracking atmospheres
- Community feel (although that has been tested this season).
- Mostly owned by Palace fans (CPFC2010)
- Most of our rivals are doing s***
- Best player is one of our own
- Susceptible to go on the odd cup run

I'm so proud to be Palace right now.

 


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View Kermit8's Profile Kermit8 Flag Hevon 11 Apr 17 10.13am Send a Private Message to Kermit8 Add Kermit8 as a friend

Originally posted by Dan1994

There aren't many teams who you'd rather be a part of really are there?

- Premierleague football
- Cracking atmospheres
- Community feel (although that has been tested this season).
- Mostly owned by Palace fans (CPFC2010)
- Most of our rivals are doing s***
- Best player is one of our own
- Susceptible to go on the odd cup run

I'm so proud to be Palace right now.

Yep. And imagine how we'd all be feeling if we were sixth from bottom!

 


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View PhuketEagle's Profile PhuketEagle Flag Phuket 11 Apr 17 10.38am Send a Private Message to PhuketEagle Add PhuketEagle as a friend

Pure elation when that Cabaye goal went in - jumping about like crazy! We deserve nights like this, we've suffered enough in the past year +

 

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View topcat's Profile topcat Flag Holmesdale / Surbiton 11 Apr 17 12.16pm Send a Private Message to topcat Add topcat as a friend

I don't feel sorry for most of them. A large number of them choose to support one of the big clubs as opposed to supporting their local team or a team with family ties. Feck em.

They must still have the same highs and lows though. It's just a high comes from winning a big European game or clinching the title. Their lows are only winning 2-0 against a little team or, god forbid, losing 3-0 away to a team in a relegation battle.

I do feel sorry for the fans of those clubs who supported them when they weren't fashionable and are now priced out of the game. I have friends who are Chelsea fans who would watch them home and away 30 years ago but now attend the odd cup match or watch on telly.

 


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