Play in a simulated football league - find great movies and TV shows - play Werewolf - play video games (try our Minecraft server) - argue about politics - listen to music - keep up with science news - play board games - just gasbag - discuss true crime - and so much more.
You can even discern the difference between they're, their and there. its your shitty song, dont get mad at meLOL.............we can smell the fear and jealousy from that response buddy. Solid gold.
I will bet a body part the Eagles won't spend 37 years between flags and nor will the fans spit on and abuse Eagles players and coaches walking off the field. (We may boo though.......it just comes naturally)
Now trot off and get your Tiger fluffy onesie to the dry cleaners and get ready for the new season.
They say a picture tells a thousand words. Their right!!
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Its the off season and your club did something unbelievable ******ed thats great for a laugh. dont flatter yourself.Errr, righto.
A 10 page thread on a club song update is just another indication of who the biggest club in the land is, I guess. No need to get jealous about it mate. All good.
Ta. Being the only footy team (till freo came along) in a footy state let you become rich and fat. Thats fine, things were a bit more competitive down here."Plastic club song for a plastic franchise club"
If the, "plastic franchise club" had not joined the 'going broke' VFL, your club would have folded - now that would have been very good to watch. A delight indeed.
Alas - we (and Brisbane) came to your rescue by paying "franchise" fees and then promptly kicking the crap out of a number of insolvent Vic clubs in our first year - actually our first victory was over the hapless Tigers - nice.
And by paying "franchise" fees we (and Brisbane) helped the VFL salvage not 1, not 2, not 3, not 4, not 5, not 6, but 7 Vic clubs from being wound up.
"Mr Oakley said the clubs "had some balance sheets that were really pretty disastrous ... it was very close to disappearing as a competition"."
"Of the 11 Victorian Club companies it appears that seven of them are technically insolvent. These clubs are Fitzroy, Geelong, Footscray, Collingwood, Melbourne, North Melbourne and Richmond," he wrote on August 8, 1986."
"Victorian fans can thank Brisbane and West Coast - which joined the competition in 1987 - for effectively saving the league."
In 1986, the Victorian Football League came perilously close to being shut down. Thirty years on, never before seen documents reveal how close the end nearly came.www.theage.com.au
Still - all of that probably happened before your were born - no doubt!
Maybe - you could spend some time reading just a smidgeon of history instead of listening to the songs of other teams and yapping and bleating about "plastic franchise" clubs - maybe?
Take your pick buddy, it's all good.cant tell if you're 50 and a response like that is funny and witty to you or 16 and you dont know how to do any better.