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    Nah relegation <laugh> only joking it's gonna be a tough league next season for wycombe just hope we get a good start
     
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    I will not be happy if you lot relegate us again <laugh>
     
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    League 1<laugh>

    Does this mean I've got to hang out with you poofy mongos <laugh>

    Brb ****s ferrets ffs.
     
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    I'm resigning. I hate ferrets slightly less than I dislike Steve Evans but a lot more than Exeter who still might come up. Argyle fans love Ainsworth and I bet you when we play Wycombe at Home Park they go into overdrive with offers of love and affection.

    Sunderland SHOULD go up but saying should has never been much of a guide to anything. At least there will be another team in the league that has the chance of buying anyone on two legs who can still kick a ball like Pompey do. If they can get rid of the crap that clearly do not want to earn their wages and buy in a decent class of player who does then they will go up. If they have to retain the players who have brought them to where they are in consecutive seasons then their parachute money will count for feck all.
     
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    If Sunderland do half decent, the crowds will flock back. We may have spent years in the Prem, but we are not footballing snobs. Should be a good season,
     
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    I have said this so many time before but once more won't hurt. There shouldn't be any snobs in football whoever you are or wherever you have played. Teams are where they are because that's where they have earned to be. Nobody has any god given right to be higher than they are despite their supposed size and everyone starts a season on zero and earns their position. My club has never been in the top league and it was always my dream to see them there once before I die. I'm nearly 70 now so I think that might end up a pipe dream I will never witness. But, from what I see at the top of the food chain I'm not totally convinced I'm missing anything. The premier league is bought and paid for with no more than a handful of clubs with the sort of resources to win it unless a fluke occurs where a club doesn't read the script. The premiership has sold it's soul for the proverbial 30 pieces of silver that is TV money. Give me the cut and thrust of the lower leagues anyday where pretty much anyone can beat anyone else and often do. It's far more honest.
     
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    @brb will be 100% with this. He posts similar all the time on the Prem board. Footy snobs
     
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    Comm, I don't know how often you get to watch Sunderland but you will enjoy it down here mate. The fans are friendlier when travelling away.

    Worst experience of recent years, probably Wolves, forgot they were no longer in the Prem, their stewards and their fans were utter dickhead flag waving Prem has-beens. Hated them, and have no desire to go back to their ground again.

    Best experiences, places like Notts County, who are in the L2 play-offs, in the shadow of Forest but friendly fans who you could share a pint with in a proper pub and have no trouble and many others like them. Although places like Burton and Fleetwood just seem so far for me these days.

    Least liked match day experience, probably places like Shrewsbury (unless they go up), usual complex miles from a decent boozer. Have a clubhouse on site but at the away end but away fans are not allowed in! Well i got in but that's another story.
     
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    One would think Sunderland had the money and the class to go straight back up. I suppose it will depend on the manager - who it is, who he keeps and who he buys/loans and whether or not he is a motivator. If they keep the same manager who has taken them down (from the Premier?) I guess he doesn't fit the "motivator" role. I don't know anything about Sunderland. The last time I saw them they were in the Premier.
     
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