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    Re: Ethan Ampadu off to Chelsea

    Although it's extremely interesting to learn about Dulwich Hamlet, I think it's only fair to bring Corbridge United into the picture. Great little town between Hexham and Newcastle. Their fans are sweethearts.

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    Re: Ethan Ampadu off to Chelsea

    Quote Originally Posted by IndoMike View Post
    Although it's extremely interesting to learn about Dulwich Hamlet, I think it's only fair to bring Corbridge United into the picture. Great little town between Hexham and Newcastle. Their fans are sweethearts.
    Compared with Tow Law they are bastards.

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    Re: Ethan Ampadu off to Chelsea

    From Andy Holloway


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    Quote Originally Posted by ExeterCityLad View Post
    Correct. My antipathy for Dulwich is because they promote pride. Spot on. A gay person hates a football club for showing support for pride. You really are an odd person Nigel.

    As I've already explained its because of an extremely unpleasant and vulgar person. It was one comment I made. Blimey.

    P.S football clubs shouldn't get involved in politics or virtue signalling. It's a sport, leave it as that.
    And yet you're also bringing politics into sport with your faux-hatred of Dulwich Hamlet, based on a supposed 'meeting' with one of their fans, and you expect Exeweb to believe that it has nothing to do with your own ultra-right beliefs as opposed to their 'Momentum' fan base and political leanings? Get real, son.

    Saw a fair bit of football in and around Bermondsey back in the day, Dulwich was a picnic, it was Fisher FC you had to avoid if Millwall were playing away.

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    Re: Ethan Ampadu off to Chelsea

    Quote Originally Posted by STURTZ View Post
    Compared with Tow Law they are bastards.
    TOw Law? Hooligans !

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    Re: Ethan Ampadu off to Chelsea

    Quote Originally Posted by Hants_red View Post
    From Andy Holloway

    Well you have to say despite making only a few first team appearances to do that they must rate him very highly.

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    Re: Ethan Ampadu off to Chelsea

    Quote Originally Posted by Sexton Blake View Post
    Well you have to say despite making only a few first team appearances to do that they must rate him very highly.
    It would be great if we could do something similar with our players in say Sidwell Street.

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    Re: Ethan Ampadu off to Chelsea

    Didn't work out for Mussolini.

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    Re: Ethan Ampadu off to Chelsea

    Quote Originally Posted by STURTZ View Post
    Didn't work out for Mussolini.
    That's right. When Chelsea signed Mussolini from Milan in 1935 many eyebrows were raised, because although the right winger was known for causing trouble among the opposition, especially abroad in Europe, he was regarded as a very controversial figure. He was especially known for his trademark raised arm to claim the offsides when tracking back, but eventually left the club under very dubious circumstances when a shady deal was done with a German manager.

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    Re: Ethan Ampadu off to Chelsea

    At that time a lot at Chelsea were also hugely impressed by Ossie Mosley, but it came to nothing in the end.

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