AFC Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe dedicates win over Leeds United to club supporters

BOSS: Eddie Howe

BOSS: Eddie Howe

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EDDIE Howe said he had been flattered to hear some supporters had described Cherries’ demolition of Leeds as the club’s best display of recent times.

But despite the bouquets, the Cherries boss insisted his players would not be resting on their laurels as they looked to finish the season with a flourish.

Informed of supporters’ comments by the Daily Echo, Howe said: “If that is what they have been saying then it is really nice to hear.

“But I would like to think there is more to come and that we can do better. There were certain elements of our performance that were top drawer but, as always, I am still looking at areas we can improve and do better with.

“There were some excellent passages of play and some great goals. I thought the quality of our goals were outstanding. We work really hard on our set-pieces so it was a fitting reward to score from one.

“I don’t think you ever get to a point where you feel you have reached perfection. We have more to work on and that is the exciting thing because we still believe there is better to come from the players.”

Howe, meanwhile, explained why he had used Leeds’ visit to Dean Court in 1990 to try to motivate his players and dedicated the midweek win to the club’s supporters.

“It was a dark day for the town and a lot of people still speak about it, even to this day,” said Howe. “I knew it was a big game for our supporters because of the history and we were keen to put on a good performance for them knowing how much it meant. We tried to live up to the occasion and the players certainly did.

“It has gone and is history. It was good to be able to give something back because they have been excellent for us and it was great to get the result for them.”

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5:20pm Thu 27 Mar 14

coops1965cherry says...

The ghost has been laid to rest..

Enough said.

U T C I A D.
The ghost has been laid to rest.. Enough said. U T C I A D. coops1965cherry
  • Score: 16

6:00pm Thu 27 Mar 14

bmthtillidie says...

I've looked at the league table on the BBC website which includes a summary of the last 10 games. I reckon only Leicester, Burnley and Wigan have a better record. I now have a Mars Bar on Bmth making the play offs!!
I've looked at the league table on the BBC website which includes a summary of the last 10 games. I reckon only Leicester, Burnley and Wigan have a better record. I now have a Mars Bar on Bmth making the play offs!! bmthtillidie
  • Score: 7

6:03pm Thu 27 Mar 14

pokesdown1 says...

WooHoo.

I look to my right and everythings` alright tablewise.

For a while.
WooHoo. I look to my right and everythings` alright tablewise. For a while. pokesdown1
  • Score: -5

6:10pm Thu 27 Mar 14

boyerboy says...

Whoa dirty Leeds...well and truly washed, thank you our boys, same again next year please.
Whoa dirty Leeds...well and truly washed, thank you our boys, same again next year please. boyerboy
  • Score: 2

6:32pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Nat1234 says...

Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..
Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust .. Nat1234
  • Score: -11

6:37pm Thu 27 Mar 14

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

bmthtillidie wrote:
I've looked at the league table on the BBC website which includes a summary of the last 10 games. I reckon only Leicester, Burnley and Wigan have a better record. I now have a Mars Bar on Bmth making the play offs!!
So if we make it to play-offs you will have 61 mars bars, right. Thats an awful lot of chocolate.!!!
Now that we are safe, just go for it in every game and see what happens.
[quote][p][bold]bmthtillidie[/bold] wrote: I've looked at the league table on the BBC website which includes a summary of the last 10 games. I reckon only Leicester, Burnley and Wigan have a better record. I now have a Mars Bar on Bmth making the play offs!![/p][/quote]So if we make it to play-offs you will have 61 mars bars, right. Thats an awful lot of chocolate.!!! Now that we are safe, just go for it in every game and see what happens. STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
  • Score: 6

7:03pm Thu 27 Mar 14

abc100 says...

Nat1234 wrote:
Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..
Agree totally, as football fans we know how it feels when your club is on the brink and I always feel sorry for fans of other clubs when it happens, do I feel sorry for Leeds? Not a chance!!!!
[quote][p][bold]Nat1234[/bold] wrote: Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..[/p][/quote]Agree totally, as football fans we know how it feels when your club is on the brink and I always feel sorry for fans of other clubs when it happens, do I feel sorry for Leeds? Not a chance!!!! abc100
  • Score: -4

7:06pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Andifer says...

Well said Eddie, it did mean a lot and its great to hear that you felt our hurt and were able to use it to good effect - now we move on ..... and up !!!
Well said Eddie, it did mean a lot and its great to hear that you felt our hurt and were able to use it to good effect - now we move on ..... and up !!! Andifer
  • Score: 8

7:27pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Deejaycee says...

Anyone got any thoughts on Danny Hollands going to Portsmouth on loan.
How the mighty have fallen.
Anyone got any thoughts on Danny Hollands going to Portsmouth on loan. How the mighty have fallen. Deejaycee
  • Score: 0

8:37pm Thu 27 Mar 14

bigfatsteve says...

I think the supporters of AFCB should be honoured to have a manager like Eddie Howe who eats, sleeps and breathes their club. We must the envy of other football clubs throughout the nation. I'm so glad Eddie is here until 2018 and long may he serve the club for many years after that.
I think the supporters of AFCB should be honoured to have a manager like Eddie Howe who eats, sleeps and breathes their club. We must the envy of other football clubs throughout the nation. I'm so glad Eddie is here until 2018 and long may he serve the club for many years after that. bigfatsteve
  • Score: 3

8:56pm Thu 27 Mar 14

macklufc50 says...

Nat1234 wrote:
Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..
Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.
[quote][p][bold]Nat1234[/bold] wrote: Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..[/p][/quote]Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season. macklufc50
  • Score: 16

9:21pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Chukki's uncle says...

macklufc50 wrote:
Nat1234 wrote:
Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..
Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.
Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that !
[quote][p][bold]macklufc50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nat1234[/bold] wrote: Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..[/p][/quote]Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.[/p][/quote]Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that ! Chukki's uncle
  • Score: 3

9:24pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Boratz says...

You'd think after 24 years things would move on, especially as they have already played Leeds since then at Dean Court. Hope you don't all still hate the Germans.....

I guess it shows the difference between Bournemouth and most clubs. They are mid table and if you didn't know better you'd have thought they had just won the League. But no they just beat a very poor Leeds who got smashed by Rochdale, Sheff Wed, Bolton and Reading.

You only have to travel 30minutes down the M27 to watch some proper Premier League football.
You'd think after 24 years things would move on, especially as they have already played Leeds since then at Dean Court. Hope you don't all still hate the Germans..... I guess it shows the difference between Bournemouth and most clubs. They are mid table and if you didn't know better you'd have thought they had just won the League. But no they just beat a very poor Leeds who got smashed by Rochdale, Sheff Wed, Bolton and Reading. You only have to travel 30minutes down the M27 to watch some proper Premier League football. Boratz
  • Score: -11

9:28pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Boratz says...

Chukki's uncle wrote:
macklufc50 wrote:
Nat1234 wrote:
Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..
Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.
Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that !
So Leeds are to blame for the mismanagement of your club?!? Get over yourselves. 1 game ruined your club. There were more Leeds fans there that day than there were Bournemouth fans.....thats the sad fact for you.

You had Harry Redknapp as manager, are you sure he didn't write all your player contracts and deals....oh yeah I forgot he can't write.

No the reason you were in financial problems is because Bournemouth is not a football town. No fan's ever bothered turning up to support you. Now you're in the Championship a few fans jump on the bandwagon, yet you don't even get a full houses in the Championship.
[quote][p][bold]Chukki's uncle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]macklufc50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nat1234[/bold] wrote: Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..[/p][/quote]Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.[/p][/quote]Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that ![/p][/quote]So Leeds are to blame for the mismanagement of your club?!? Get over yourselves. 1 game ruined your club. There were more Leeds fans there that day than there were Bournemouth fans.....thats the sad fact for you. You had Harry Redknapp as manager, are you sure he didn't write all your player contracts and deals....oh yeah I forgot he can't write. No the reason you were in financial problems is because Bournemouth is not a football town. No fan's ever bothered turning up to support you. Now you're in the Championship a few fans jump on the bandwagon, yet you don't even get a full houses in the Championship. Boratz
  • Score: -7

9:40pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Talkingheadera says...

Where's oxbig been for the last few weeks?
On holiday? Lol.
Nothing to say?
Where's oxbig been for the last few weeks? On holiday? Lol. Nothing to say? Talkingheadera
  • Score: 0

10:00pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Rotterdam says...

Boratz wrote:
Chukki's uncle wrote:
macklufc50 wrote:
Nat1234 wrote:
Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..
Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.
Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that !
So Leeds are to blame for the mismanagement of your club?!? Get over yourselves. 1 game ruined your club. There were more Leeds fans there that day than there were Bournemouth fans.....thats the sad fact for you.

You had Harry Redknapp as manager, are you sure he didn't write all your player contracts and deals....oh yeah I forgot he can't write.

No the reason you were in financial problems is because Bournemouth is not a football town. No fan's ever bothered turning up to support you. Now you're in the Championship a few fans jump on the bandwagon, yet you don't even get a full houses in the Championship.
Saying Bournemouth isn't a football town is meaningless. As it happens we have the best young manager in the League and frankly I think that's good enough to make us a football town.

Sure, we need bigger crowds and more noise, but that will come because the quality of the ownership, management and team is as high as I can remember (and believe me, I remember way back!)

And Leeds? If they go into administration, do they suddenly stop being a football town?
[quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chukki's uncle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]macklufc50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nat1234[/bold] wrote: Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..[/p][/quote]Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.[/p][/quote]Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that ![/p][/quote]So Leeds are to blame for the mismanagement of your club?!? Get over yourselves. 1 game ruined your club. There were more Leeds fans there that day than there were Bournemouth fans.....thats the sad fact for you. You had Harry Redknapp as manager, are you sure he didn't write all your player contracts and deals....oh yeah I forgot he can't write. No the reason you were in financial problems is because Bournemouth is not a football town. No fan's ever bothered turning up to support you. Now you're in the Championship a few fans jump on the bandwagon, yet you don't even get a full houses in the Championship.[/p][/quote]Saying Bournemouth isn't a football town is meaningless. As it happens we have the best young manager in the League and frankly I think that's good enough to make us a football town. Sure, we need bigger crowds and more noise, but that will come because the quality of the ownership, management and team is as high as I can remember (and believe me, I remember way back!) And Leeds? If they go into administration, do they suddenly stop being a football town? Rotterdam
  • Score: 4

10:15pm Thu 27 Mar 14

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

Boratz wrote:
You'd think after 24 years things would move on, especially as they have already played Leeds since then at Dean Court. Hope you don't all still hate the Germans.....

I guess it shows the difference between Bournemouth and most clubs. They are mid table and if you didn't know better you'd have thought they had just won the League. But no they just beat a very poor Leeds who got smashed by Rochdale, Sheff Wed, Bolton and Reading.

You only have to travel 30minutes down the M27 to watch some proper Premier League football.
Until you have experinced that level of violence and intimidation i suggest you mind your own business. Many of the supporters at DC on tuesday would have been young kids caught up in the chaos 24 yrs ago, you dont forget those shocking scenes easily.
Scum supporting Scum... sounds about right.!!!
[quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: You'd think after 24 years things would move on, especially as they have already played Leeds since then at Dean Court. Hope you don't all still hate the Germans..... I guess it shows the difference between Bournemouth and most clubs. They are mid table and if you didn't know better you'd have thought they had just won the League. But no they just beat a very poor Leeds who got smashed by Rochdale, Sheff Wed, Bolton and Reading. You only have to travel 30minutes down the M27 to watch some proper Premier League football.[/p][/quote]Until you have experinced that level of violence and intimidation i suggest you mind your own business. Many of the supporters at DC on tuesday would have been young kids caught up in the chaos 24 yrs ago, you dont forget those shocking scenes easily. Scum supporting Scum... sounds about right.!!! STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
  • Score: 8

10:24pm Thu 27 Mar 14

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

Boratz wrote:
Chukki's uncle wrote:
macklufc50 wrote:
Nat1234 wrote:
Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..
Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.
Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that !
So Leeds are to blame for the mismanagement of your club?!? Get over yourselves. 1 game ruined your club. There were more Leeds fans there that day than there were Bournemouth fans.....thats the sad fact for you.

You had Harry Redknapp as manager, are you sure he didn't write all your player contracts and deals....oh yeah I forgot he can't write.

No the reason you were in financial problems is because Bournemouth is not a football town. No fan's ever bothered turning up to support you. Now you're in the Championship a few fans jump on the bandwagon, yet you don't even get a full houses in the Championship.
Of course, Southampton were never in financial trouble were they, with a flash ground and 10,000 empty seats.??
Better start preying Katerina doesn't lose patience or your bubble could be next to burst... see you soon.!!!
[quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chukki's uncle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]macklufc50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nat1234[/bold] wrote: Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..[/p][/quote]Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.[/p][/quote]Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that ![/p][/quote]So Leeds are to blame for the mismanagement of your club?!? Get over yourselves. 1 game ruined your club. There were more Leeds fans there that day than there were Bournemouth fans.....thats the sad fact for you. You had Harry Redknapp as manager, are you sure he didn't write all your player contracts and deals....oh yeah I forgot he can't write. No the reason you were in financial problems is because Bournemouth is not a football town. No fan's ever bothered turning up to support you. Now you're in the Championship a few fans jump on the bandwagon, yet you don't even get a full houses in the Championship.[/p][/quote]Of course, Southampton were never in financial trouble were they, with a flash ground and 10,000 empty seats.?? Better start preying Katerina doesn't lose patience or your bubble could be next to burst... see you soon.!!! STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
  • Score: 5

11:16pm Thu 27 Mar 14

ASM says...

Boratz wrote:
Chukki's uncle wrote:
macklufc50 wrote:
Nat1234 wrote:
Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..
Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.
Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that !
So Leeds are to blame for the mismanagement of your club?!? Get over yourselves. 1 game ruined your club. There were more Leeds fans there that day than there were Bournemouth fans.....thats the sad fact for you.

You had Harry Redknapp as manager, are you sure he didn't write all your player contracts and deals....oh yeah I forgot he can't write.

No the reason you were in financial problems is because Bournemouth is not a football town. No fan's ever bothered turning up to support you. Now you're in the Championship a few fans jump on the bandwagon, yet you don't even get a full houses in the Championship.
when you go down next season and are deducted fifteen points for going into administration and lose your one and only top class player, you will have league 1 bragging rights to look forwards to. You will be the 5th biggest club in that league, behind Wolves, Sheffield Utd (much bigger than leeds) Coventry, Preston. You can really enjoy visits to more smaller clubs like Bournemouth in league 1 and "smash up the town", a quote from a leeds fan interviewed on BBC before the match.
Wolves will probably have changed places with millwall in a season, so you can look forwards to a big fight there, or do leeds fans only like fighting civil people who just want to watch a football match and not have a riot?
[quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chukki's uncle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]macklufc50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nat1234[/bold] wrote: Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..[/p][/quote]Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.[/p][/quote]Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that ![/p][/quote]So Leeds are to blame for the mismanagement of your club?!? Get over yourselves. 1 game ruined your club. There were more Leeds fans there that day than there were Bournemouth fans.....thats the sad fact for you. You had Harry Redknapp as manager, are you sure he didn't write all your player contracts and deals....oh yeah I forgot he can't write. No the reason you were in financial problems is because Bournemouth is not a football town. No fan's ever bothered turning up to support you. Now you're in the Championship a few fans jump on the bandwagon, yet you don't even get a full houses in the Championship.[/p][/quote]when you go down next season and are deducted fifteen points for going into administration and lose your one and only top class player, you will have league 1 bragging rights to look forwards to. You will be the 5th biggest club in that league, behind Wolves, Sheffield Utd (much bigger than leeds) Coventry, Preston. You can really enjoy visits to more smaller clubs like Bournemouth in league 1 and "smash up the town", a quote from a leeds fan interviewed on BBC before the match. Wolves will probably have changed places with millwall in a season, so you can look forwards to a big fight there, or do leeds fans only like fighting civil people who just want to watch a football match and not have a riot? ASM
  • Score: 0

12:28am Fri 28 Mar 14

golfer33 says...

who were Leeds? we are playing Birmingham on saturday. Bring it on.
Look forward not back.
who were Leeds? we are playing Birmingham on saturday. Bring it on. Look forward not back. golfer33
  • Score: 1

2:12am Fri 28 Mar 14

Boratz says...

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Boratz wrote:
Chukki's uncle wrote:
macklufc50 wrote:
Nat1234 wrote:
Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..
Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.
Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that !
So Leeds are to blame for the mismanagement of your club?!? Get over yourselves. 1 game ruined your club. There were more Leeds fans there that day than there were Bournemouth fans.....thats the sad fact for you.

You had Harry Redknapp as manager, are you sure he didn't write all your player contracts and deals....oh yeah I forgot he can't write.

No the reason you were in financial problems is because Bournemouth is not a football town. No fan's ever bothered turning up to support you. Now you're in the Championship a few fans jump on the bandwagon, yet you don't even get a full houses in the Championship.
Of course, Southampton were never in financial trouble were they, with a flash ground and 10,000 empty seats.??
Better start preying Katerina doesn't lose patience or your bubble could be next to burst... see you soon.!!!
No Southampton did have financial problems, but we didn't spend the whole time blaming one team for there financial problems.

Bournemouth blame Leeds for their problems financially over the last 25 years. Perhaps you should of blamed the manager, players and fans 24 years ago for leaving you in a position where you would go down if you lost on the last game of the season.
[quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chukki's uncle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]macklufc50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nat1234[/bold] wrote: Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..[/p][/quote]Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.[/p][/quote]Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that ![/p][/quote]So Leeds are to blame for the mismanagement of your club?!? Get over yourselves. 1 game ruined your club. There were more Leeds fans there that day than there were Bournemouth fans.....thats the sad fact for you. You had Harry Redknapp as manager, are you sure he didn't write all your player contracts and deals....oh yeah I forgot he can't write. No the reason you were in financial problems is because Bournemouth is not a football town. No fan's ever bothered turning up to support you. Now you're in the Championship a few fans jump on the bandwagon, yet you don't even get a full houses in the Championship.[/p][/quote]Of course, Southampton were never in financial trouble were they, with a flash ground and 10,000 empty seats.?? Better start preying Katerina doesn't lose patience or your bubble could be next to burst... see you soon.!!![/p][/quote]No Southampton did have financial problems, but we didn't spend the whole time blaming one team for there financial problems. Bournemouth blame Leeds for their problems financially over the last 25 years. Perhaps you should of blamed the manager, players and fans 24 years ago for leaving you in a position where you would go down if you lost on the last game of the season. Boratz
  • Score: -4

2:23am Fri 28 Mar 14

Boratz says...

Rotterdam wrote:
Boratz wrote:
Chukki's uncle wrote:
macklufc50 wrote:
Nat1234 wrote:
Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..
Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.
Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that !
So Leeds are to blame for the mismanagement of your club?!? Get over yourselves. 1 game ruined your club. There were more Leeds fans there that day than there were Bournemouth fans.....thats the sad fact for you.

You had Harry Redknapp as manager, are you sure he didn't write all your player contracts and deals....oh yeah I forgot he can't write.

No the reason you were in financial problems is because Bournemouth is not a football town. No fan's ever bothered turning up to support you. Now you're in the Championship a few fans jump on the bandwagon, yet you don't even get a full houses in the Championship.
Saying Bournemouth isn't a football town is meaningless. As it happens we have the best young manager in the League and frankly I think that's good enough to make us a football town.

Sure, we need bigger crowds and more noise, but that will come because the quality of the ownership, management and team is as high as I can remember (and believe me, I remember way back!)

And Leeds? If they go into administration, do they suddenly stop being a football town?
No Leeds would still be a football city as even if they went into admin they would still get 25k each week. Bournemouth are in the highest place they have been for years yet can't even fill a 12k ground. So a good manager makes the town become a footballing town?!? Ok then.

You never see any games screened in Bournemouth like the world cup on big screens in the square or the gardens, yet loads of other places round the country do things like this.....no Bournemouth would prefer to have the brass band playing.

Face it most people don't like the riff raff that is associated with football. Ruggers all the way.

Of course though Leeds fans are all scum but Bournemouth fans are charming......

http://www.dailyecho
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[quote][p][bold]Rotterdam[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Chukki's uncle[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]macklufc50[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nat1234[/bold] wrote: Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..[/p][/quote]Wishing another club go out of business how petty and small minded.1990 was not our supporters finest moments something to be ashamed of.I apologize for that,but get over it 24 years ago. Hope you have a good end to the season.[/p][/quote]Your support has many such episodes with Bournemouth one of the most notorious. Whilst I don't want to see Leeds go bust for the decent fans, nobody in Leeds seemed to give a monkeys for the almost terminal damage done to our club caused partly by the events of that day. I just hope Leeds languish and suffer in the lower leagues for many years. Judging by the teams performance the other evening there is every chance of that ![/p][/quote]So Leeds are to blame for the mismanagement of your club?!? Get over yourselves. 1 game ruined your club. There were more Leeds fans there that day than there were Bournemouth fans.....thats the sad fact for you. You had Harry Redknapp as manager, are you sure he didn't write all your player contracts and deals....oh yeah I forgot he can't write. No the reason you were in financial problems is because Bournemouth is not a football town. No fan's ever bothered turning up to support you. Now you're in the Championship a few fans jump on the bandwagon, yet you don't even get a full houses in the Championship.[/p][/quote]Saying Bournemouth isn't a football town is meaningless. As it happens we have the best young manager in the League and frankly I think that's good enough to make us a football town. Sure, we need bigger crowds and more noise, but that will come because the quality of the ownership, management and team is as high as I can remember (and believe me, I remember way back!) And Leeds? If they go into administration, do they suddenly stop being a football town?[/p][/quote]No Leeds would still be a football city as even if they went into admin they would still get 25k each week. Bournemouth are in the highest place they have been for years yet can't even fill a 12k ground. So a good manager makes the town become a footballing town?!? Ok then. You never see any games screened in Bournemouth like the world cup on big screens in the square or the gardens, yet loads of other places round the country do things like this.....no Bournemouth would prefer to have the brass band playing. Face it most people don't like the riff raff that is associated with football. Ruggers all the way. Of course though Leeds fans are all scum but Bournemouth fans are charming...... http://www.dailyecho .co.uk/news/8430198. Cherries_fans_blamed _for_clashes_at_Sain ts_match/ Boratz
  • Score: -3

2:34am Fri 28 Mar 14

Boratz says...

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Boratz wrote:
You'd think after 24 years things would move on, especially as they have already played Leeds since then at Dean Court. Hope you don't all still hate the Germans.....

I guess it shows the difference between Bournemouth and most clubs. They are mid table and if you didn't know better you'd have thought they had just won the League. But no they just beat a very poor Leeds who got smashed by Rochdale, Sheff Wed, Bolton and Reading.

You only have to travel 30minutes down the M27 to watch some proper Premier League football.
Until you have experinced that level of violence and intimidation i suggest you mind your own business. Many of the supporters at DC on tuesday would have been young kids caught up in the chaos 24 yrs ago, you dont forget those shocking scenes easily.
Scum supporting Scum... sounds about right.!!!
Probably not much different from the normal yobs that you get down Bournemouth every Saturday night. Most the video's online of the violence just show the police chasing the fans....why is that?!? Surely the police didn't make things worse did they and want to kick the crap out of some football fans regardless.....
[quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: You'd think after 24 years things would move on, especially as they have already played Leeds since then at Dean Court. Hope you don't all still hate the Germans..... I guess it shows the difference between Bournemouth and most clubs. They are mid table and if you didn't know better you'd have thought they had just won the League. But no they just beat a very poor Leeds who got smashed by Rochdale, Sheff Wed, Bolton and Reading. You only have to travel 30minutes down the M27 to watch some proper Premier League football.[/p][/quote]Until you have experinced that level of violence and intimidation i suggest you mind your own business. Many of the supporters at DC on tuesday would have been young kids caught up in the chaos 24 yrs ago, you dont forget those shocking scenes easily. Scum supporting Scum... sounds about right.!!![/p][/quote]Probably not much different from the normal yobs that you get down Bournemouth every Saturday night. Most the video's online of the violence just show the police chasing the fans....why is that?!? Surely the police didn't make things worse did they and want to kick the crap out of some football fans regardless..... Boratz
  • Score: -2

9:09am Fri 28 Mar 14

ifordcherry says...

Boratz you retard !! Don`t you realize that messing about on the B`mouth Echo forum is most probably gonna make you late for your big day in Brighton ??
It is today is it not ,that you are finally allowed to get legally wed ??...Off you go now and hold the ++++(hand) of your wife to be.
Boratz you retard !! Don`t you realize that messing about on the B`mouth Echo forum is most probably gonna make you late for your big day in Brighton ?? It is today is it not ,that you are finally allowed to get legally wed ??...Off you go now and hold the ++++(hand) of your wife to be. ifordcherry
  • Score: 2

9:48am Fri 28 Mar 14

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

Boratz wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Boratz wrote:
You'd think after 24 years things would move on, especially as they have already played Leeds since then at Dean Court. Hope you don't all still hate the Germans.....

I guess it shows the difference between Bournemouth and most clubs. They are mid table and if you didn't know better you'd have thought they had just won the League. But no they just beat a very poor Leeds who got smashed by Rochdale, Sheff Wed, Bolton and Reading.

You only have to travel 30minutes down the M27 to watch some proper Premier League football.
Until you have experinced that level of violence and intimidation i suggest you mind your own business. Many of the supporters at DC on tuesday would have been young kids caught up in the chaos 24 yrs ago, you dont forget those shocking scenes easily.
Scum supporting Scum... sounds about right.!!!
Probably not much different from the normal yobs that you get down Bournemouth every Saturday night. Most the video's online of the violence just show the police chasing the fans....why is that?!? Surely the police didn't make things worse did they and want to kick the crap out of some football fans regardless.....
UTTERLY CLUELESS.!!
probably a bit before your time 1990, since you Poles were not even allowed in till 2005/6.
Stick to topics you know something about you moron.!!!
I think you will find most of the trouble in Bournemouth on a saturday night is from outsiders- stag partys etc.!!!
Yes- Bournemouth attracts millions of tourists every year, something your crappy little city will never be able to boast. Now jog on.!!!
[quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: You'd think after 24 years things would move on, especially as they have already played Leeds since then at Dean Court. Hope you don't all still hate the Germans..... I guess it shows the difference between Bournemouth and most clubs. They are mid table and if you didn't know better you'd have thought they had just won the League. But no they just beat a very poor Leeds who got smashed by Rochdale, Sheff Wed, Bolton and Reading. You only have to travel 30minutes down the M27 to watch some proper Premier League football.[/p][/quote]Until you have experinced that level of violence and intimidation i suggest you mind your own business. Many of the supporters at DC on tuesday would have been young kids caught up in the chaos 24 yrs ago, you dont forget those shocking scenes easily. Scum supporting Scum... sounds about right.!!![/p][/quote]Probably not much different from the normal yobs that you get down Bournemouth every Saturday night. Most the video's online of the violence just show the police chasing the fans....why is that?!? Surely the police didn't make things worse did they and want to kick the crap out of some football fans regardless.....[/p][/quote]UTTERLY CLUELESS.!! probably a bit before your time 1990, since you Poles were not even allowed in till 2005/6. Stick to topics you know something about you moron.!!! I think you will find most of the trouble in Bournemouth on a saturday night is from outsiders- stag partys etc.!!! Yes- Bournemouth attracts millions of tourists every year, something your crappy little city will never be able to boast. Now jog on.!!! STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
  • Score: 3

12:10pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Boratz says...

ifordcherry wrote:
Boratz you retard !! Don`t you realize that messing about on the B`mouth Echo forum is most probably gonna make you late for your big day in Brighton ??
It is today is it not ,that you are finally allowed to get legally wed ??...Off you go now and hold the ++++(hand) of your wife to be.
Now now ifordcherry I know thats wishful thinking on your behalf but unfortunatley for you I'm not that way inclined. But if I was who cares? I guess I could pop down to the Triangle in Bournemouth if I wanted to see a bg gay community.

Very witty of you, never heard such a smart homophobic joke like that before. What you gonna say next?!? My Dad's bigger than your Dad. Or some your mum jokes?!

Simpleton!
[quote][p][bold]ifordcherry[/bold] wrote: Boratz you retard !! Don`t you realize that messing about on the B`mouth Echo forum is most probably gonna make you late for your big day in Brighton ?? It is today is it not ,that you are finally allowed to get legally wed ??...Off you go now and hold the ++++(hand) of your wife to be.[/p][/quote]Now now ifordcherry I know thats wishful thinking on your behalf but unfortunatley for you I'm not that way inclined. But if I was who cares? I guess I could pop down to the Triangle in Bournemouth if I wanted to see a bg gay community. Very witty of you, never heard such a smart homophobic joke like that before. What you gonna say next?!? My Dad's bigger than your Dad. Or some your mum jokes?! Simpleton! Boratz
  • Score: 0

12:20pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Boratz says...

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Boratz wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Boratz wrote:
You'd think after 24 years things would move on, especially as they have already played Leeds since then at Dean Court. Hope you don't all still hate the Germans.....

I guess it shows the difference between Bournemouth and most clubs. They are mid table and if you didn't know better you'd have thought they had just won the League. But no they just beat a very poor Leeds who got smashed by Rochdale, Sheff Wed, Bolton and Reading.

You only have to travel 30minutes down the M27 to watch some proper Premier League football.
Until you have experinced that level of violence and intimidation i suggest you mind your own business. Many of the supporters at DC on tuesday would have been young kids caught up in the chaos 24 yrs ago, you dont forget those shocking scenes easily.
Scum supporting Scum... sounds about right.!!!
Probably not much different from the normal yobs that you get down Bournemouth every Saturday night. Most the video's online of the violence just show the police chasing the fans....why is that?!? Surely the police didn't make things worse did they and want to kick the crap out of some football fans regardless.....
UTTERLY CLUELESS.!!
probably a bit before your time 1990, since you Poles were not even allowed in till 2005/6.
Stick to topics you know something about you moron.!!!
I think you will find most of the trouble in Bournemouth on a saturday night is from outsiders- stag partys etc.!!!
Yes- Bournemouth attracts millions of tourists every year, something your crappy little city will never be able to boast. Now jog on.!!!
Nothing like a bit of xenophobia from a smart Cherry.

So all fighting in Bournemouth is from outsiders? What about the trouble at Southampton a few years ago,outsiders ? The guy head butting another guy at a local football match....let me guess....was he an outsider?

An outsider is that someone who's been further north than Ringwood?! You think if your town relies so much on tourists you wouldn't tarnish people who aren't from Bournemouth with such disregard.

Those bloody outsiders ruining our country, taking our jobs, taking our benefits.

Jog on.......hahahahahah
ahaha
[quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: You'd think after 24 years things would move on, especially as they have already played Leeds since then at Dean Court. Hope you don't all still hate the Germans..... I guess it shows the difference between Bournemouth and most clubs. They are mid table and if you didn't know better you'd have thought they had just won the League. But no they just beat a very poor Leeds who got smashed by Rochdale, Sheff Wed, Bolton and Reading. You only have to travel 30minutes down the M27 to watch some proper Premier League football.[/p][/quote]Until you have experinced that level of violence and intimidation i suggest you mind your own business. Many of the supporters at DC on tuesday would have been young kids caught up in the chaos 24 yrs ago, you dont forget those shocking scenes easily. Scum supporting Scum... sounds about right.!!![/p][/quote]Probably not much different from the normal yobs that you get down Bournemouth every Saturday night. Most the video's online of the violence just show the police chasing the fans....why is that?!? Surely the police didn't make things worse did they and want to kick the crap out of some football fans regardless.....[/p][/quote]UTTERLY CLUELESS.!! probably a bit before your time 1990, since you Poles were not even allowed in till 2005/6. Stick to topics you know something about you moron.!!! I think you will find most of the trouble in Bournemouth on a saturday night is from outsiders- stag partys etc.!!! Yes- Bournemouth attracts millions of tourists every year, something your crappy little city will never be able to boast. Now jog on.!!![/p][/quote]Nothing like a bit of xenophobia from a smart Cherry. So all fighting in Bournemouth is from outsiders? What about the trouble at Southampton a few years ago,outsiders ? The guy head butting another guy at a local football match....let me guess....was he an outsider? An outsider is that someone who's been further north than Ringwood?! You think if your town relies so much on tourists you wouldn't tarnish people who aren't from Bournemouth with such disregard. Those bloody outsiders ruining our country, taking our jobs, taking our benefits. Jog on.......hahahahahah ahaha Boratz
  • Score: -2

1:53pm Fri 28 Mar 14

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

Boratz wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Boratz wrote:
STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road wrote:
Boratz wrote:
You'd think after 24 years things would move on, especially as they have already played Leeds since then at Dean Court. Hope you don't all still hate the Germans.....

I guess it shows the difference between Bournemouth and most clubs. They are mid table and if you didn't know better you'd have thought they had just won the League. But no they just beat a very poor Leeds who got smashed by Rochdale, Sheff Wed, Bolton and Reading.

You only have to travel 30minutes down the M27 to watch some proper Premier League football.
Until you have experinced that level of violence and intimidation i suggest you mind your own business. Many of the supporters at DC on tuesday would have been young kids caught up in the chaos 24 yrs ago, you dont forget those shocking scenes easily.
Scum supporting Scum... sounds about right.!!!
Probably not much different from the normal yobs that you get down Bournemouth every Saturday night. Most the video's online of the violence just show the police chasing the fans....why is that?!? Surely the police didn't make things worse did they and want to kick the crap out of some football fans regardless.....
UTTERLY CLUELESS.!!
probably a bit before your time 1990, since you Poles were not even allowed in till 2005/6.
Stick to topics you know something about you moron.!!!
I think you will find most of the trouble in Bournemouth on a saturday night is from outsiders- stag partys etc.!!!
Yes- Bournemouth attracts millions of tourists every year, something your crappy little city will never be able to boast. Now jog on.!!!
Nothing like a bit of xenophobia from a smart Cherry.

So all fighting in Bournemouth is from outsiders? What about the trouble at Southampton a few years ago,outsiders ? The guy head butting another guy at a local football match....let me guess....was he an outsider?

An outsider is that someone who's been further north than Ringwood?! You think if your town relies so much on tourists you wouldn't tarnish people who aren't from Bournemouth with such disregard.

Those bloody outsiders ruining our country, taking our jobs, taking our benefits.

Jog on.......hahahahahah

ahaha
You do ramble on a bit dont you.!!!
1: Did i say anything xenophobic about the Poles, no i merely pointed out 1990 was a bit before their( your time ).
2: Southampton trouble, did that take place on a saturday night in Bournemouth.??
3: Petty incidents take place in local football matches up & down the country so irrelative.
4: Nobody in this Town has a problem with tourists or visiting football fans for that matter, so long as they behave and respect the locals. Something Leeds were sadly lacking in 1990.
5: If Bournemoth are so irrelivant to your "South coast Giants" why do you feel the need to come on here.??
[quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Boratz[/bold] wrote: You'd think after 24 years things would move on, especially as they have already played Leeds since then at Dean Court. Hope you don't all still hate the Germans..... I guess it shows the difference between Bournemouth and most clubs. They are mid table and if you didn't know better you'd have thought they had just won the League. But no they just beat a very poor Leeds who got smashed by Rochdale, Sheff Wed, Bolton and Reading. You only have to travel 30minutes down the M27 to watch some proper Premier League football.[/p][/quote]Until you have experinced that level of violence and intimidation i suggest you mind your own business. Many of the supporters at DC on tuesday would have been young kids caught up in the chaos 24 yrs ago, you dont forget those shocking scenes easily. Scum supporting Scum... sounds about right.!!![/p][/quote]Probably not much different from the normal yobs that you get down Bournemouth every Saturday night. Most the video's online of the violence just show the police chasing the fans....why is that?!? Surely the police didn't make things worse did they and want to kick the crap out of some football fans regardless.....[/p][/quote]UTTERLY CLUELESS.!! probably a bit before your time 1990, since you Poles were not even allowed in till 2005/6. Stick to topics you know something about you moron.!!! I think you will find most of the trouble in Bournemouth on a saturday night is from outsiders- stag partys etc.!!! Yes- Bournemouth attracts millions of tourists every year, something your crappy little city will never be able to boast. Now jog on.!!![/p][/quote]Nothing like a bit of xenophobia from a smart Cherry. So all fighting in Bournemouth is from outsiders? What about the trouble at Southampton a few years ago,outsiders ? The guy head butting another guy at a local football match....let me guess....was he an outsider? An outsider is that someone who's been further north than Ringwood?! You think if your town relies so much on tourists you wouldn't tarnish people who aren't from Bournemouth with such disregard. Those bloody outsiders ruining our country, taking our jobs, taking our benefits. Jog on.......hahahahahah ahaha[/p][/quote]You do ramble on a bit dont you.!!! 1: Did i say anything xenophobic about the Poles, no i merely pointed out 1990 was a bit before their( your time ). 2: Southampton trouble, did that take place on a saturday night in Bournemouth.?? 3: Petty incidents take place in local football matches up & down the country so irrelative. 4: Nobody in this Town has a problem with tourists or visiting football fans for that matter, so long as they behave and respect the locals. Something Leeds were sadly lacking in 1990. 5: If Bournemoth are so irrelivant to your "South coast Giants" why do you feel the need to come on here.?? STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
  • Score: 0

3:40pm Fri 28 Mar 14

Afcbpete says...

abc100 wrote:
Nat1234 wrote:
Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..
Agree totally, as football fans we know how it feels when your club is on the brink and I always feel sorry for fans of other clubs when it happens, do I feel sorry for Leeds? Not a chance!!!!
Rarely agree with you, but on this occasion I do!! I'm not commenting on the rantings of those from Scum clubs, who know ZIP about ours. I understand some our supporters wanting it buried and moving on, I for one won't forgive or forget in this instance. The actions of the Northern hordes that dreadful day, were a major reason in our demise. Unlike these arrogant morons who have the brass neck to accuse us of being mismanaged, when they between then must of had well over £200m wiped out through administrations, with that northern scum looking they may go down for ANOTHER huge sum, and they accuse us, typical, talk about denial. No, the actions of that day nearly finished our precious tin pot club for many many reasons, not just the fact we were carrying a large wage bill at the time. We lost many many fans through the rioting, many yet to return, missed out on lucrative Bank Holiday games, points deductions and administrations followed, transfer embargoes, you name it, we've had it thrown at us since then. We blustered and stumbled our way through all this. I'm not saying it would of been a bed of roses here, but doubt we'd of suffered anywhere near the same, and that's just touching the surface. So YES, I sincerely hope the northern scum go bust, YES, I hope they suffer hugely as we have, THEN perhaps when put alongside a tin pot club like ours, as one who were at the brink they might actually realise what it's like to be 15 minutes away from going down the pan!! OFF is my second word to them, take your pick of the first!!
[quote][p][bold]abc100[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Nat1234[/bold] wrote: Now the topping on the cake , would be them going bust ..[/p][/quote]Agree totally, as football fans we know how it feels when your club is on the brink and I always feel sorry for fans of other clubs when it happens, do I feel sorry for Leeds? Not a chance!!!![/p][/quote]Rarely agree with you, but on this occasion I do!! I'm not commenting on the rantings of those from Scum clubs, who know ZIP about ours. I understand some our supporters wanting it buried and moving on, I for one won't forgive or forget in this instance. The actions of the Northern hordes that dreadful day, were a major reason in our demise. Unlike these arrogant morons who have the brass neck to accuse us of being mismanaged, when they between then must of had well over £200m wiped out through administrations, with that northern scum looking they may go down for ANOTHER huge sum, and they accuse us, typical, talk about denial. No, the actions of that day nearly finished our precious tin pot club for many many reasons, not just the fact we were carrying a large wage bill at the time. We lost many many fans through the rioting, many yet to return, missed out on lucrative Bank Holiday games, points deductions and administrations followed, transfer embargoes, you name it, we've had it thrown at us since then. We blustered and stumbled our way through all this. I'm not saying it would of been a bed of roses here, but doubt we'd of suffered anywhere near the same, and that's just touching the surface. So YES, I sincerely hope the northern scum go bust, YES, I hope they suffer hugely as we have, THEN perhaps when put alongside a tin pot club like ours, as one who were at the brink they might actually realise what it's like to be 15 minutes away from going down the pan!! OFF is my second word to them, take your pick of the first!! Afcbpete
  • Score: 2

10:45pm Fri 28 Mar 14

galadriel says...

My only comment to the Leeds supporters on here, (who of course know more about AFCB than we do), is Bournemouth 4 Leeds 1. :-)
My only comment to the Leeds supporters on here, (who of course know more about AFCB than we do), is Bournemouth 4 Leeds 1. :-) galadriel
  • Score: 0

12:44am Sat 29 Mar 14

macklufc50 says...

What a pathetic bunch.Time to grow up,get a life,grow some.All these silly little cliches seem apt for this thread. Leeds is a fantastic vibrant city and I am sure when they rebuild your town after the 1990 armourgeddon you will also have a beautiful town.
What a pathetic bunch.Time to grow up,get a life,grow some.All these silly little cliches seem apt for this thread. Leeds is a fantastic vibrant city and I am sure when they rebuild your town after the 1990 armourgeddon you will also have a beautiful town. macklufc50
  • Score: 0

2:49am Sat 29 Mar 14

STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road says...

macklufc50 wrote:
What a pathetic bunch.Time to grow up,get a life,grow some.All these silly little cliches seem apt for this thread. Leeds is a fantastic vibrant city and I am sure when they rebuild your town after the 1990 armourgeddon you will also have a beautiful town.
Your previous post above was obviously well thought out, and was well received on here. Unfortunately you let yourself down by making flippant remarks this time round.
Of course we do need to move on and let it be, but you need to understand why there is still a lot of anger and disgust amongst some supporters. Was Leeds ever ransacked & terrorised by so called football supporters.??
Im sure most Leeds fans are perfectly decent folk, but they are badly let down by the lunatic minority, which to be honest still exist all these years later.!!!
[quote][p][bold]macklufc50[/bold] wrote: What a pathetic bunch.Time to grow up,get a life,grow some.All these silly little cliches seem apt for this thread. Leeds is a fantastic vibrant city and I am sure when they rebuild your town after the 1990 armourgeddon you will also have a beautiful town.[/p][/quote]Your previous post above was obviously well thought out, and was well received on here. Unfortunately you let yourself down by making flippant remarks this time round. Of course we do need to move on and let it be, but you need to understand why there is still a lot of anger and disgust amongst some supporters. Was Leeds ever ransacked & terrorised by so called football supporters.?? Im sure most Leeds fans are perfectly decent folk, but they are badly let down by the lunatic minority, which to be honest still exist all these years later.!!! STEADY EDDIE 1 for the road
  • Score: 0

3:34am Sat 29 Mar 14

macklufc50 says...

macklufc50 wrote:
What a pathetic bunch.Time to grow up,get a life,grow some.All these silly little cliches seem apt for this thread. Leeds is a fantastic vibrant city and I am sure when they rebuild your town after the 1990 armourgeddon you will also have a beautiful town.
Maybe a little over the top,it was more in jest than anything else.A sense of humour seems in short supply on here.
[quote][p][bold]macklufc50[/bold] wrote: What a pathetic bunch.Time to grow up,get a life,grow some.All these silly little cliches seem apt for this thread. Leeds is a fantastic vibrant city and I am sure when they rebuild your town after the 1990 armourgeddon you will also have a beautiful town.[/p][/quote]Maybe a little over the top,it was more in jest than anything else.A sense of humour seems in short supply on here. macklufc50
  • Score: 0

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