Political Parties as Championship Sides

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Political Parties as Championship Sides

by Mr Angry » 23 Apr 2012 18:06

Conservative: - Southampton

Had a long and proud history, but disastrous management changes a few years ago saw them hit rock bottom; have now bounced back, and though the immediate future looks pretty good, who knows what the next few Years will bring.

Old Labour: - Portsmouth

A big player many, many years ago, but a policy going back decades of spend, spend, spend and keep spending, has seen them get into trouble; however, they didn't worry about where the money was coming from, and don't worry about ever paying back their debts, they just kept on spending. Go bankrupt. Fade into the memory. Gone forever.

New Labour: - West Ham

Originally working class, but lots of new money, savvy meejay types now in charge, big on their own self importance and delusions of grandeur, full of corporate-speak such as "respect the point"; they like to bang on about their working class background as they drive back to their mock tudor mansions in deepest Essex in their Range Rovers. A sense of entitlement because of their past successes, and a simmering belief that their time will come again.

Lib Dems: Doncaster Rovers

For years, totally harmless and non-descript, tootling along not doing very much, not being noticed by many people. Then suddenly, management have a great idea which will make them succesful! Sadly, the experiment of linking with big names in the hope of getting some reflected glory is an utter disaster for them, and the future looks as if its full of going nowhere slowly, wondering what might have been.

Why no Reading???

Its because we aren't in the Championship....... :lol:

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Re: Political Parties as Championship Sides

by TheMaraudingDog » 23 Apr 2012 18:18

Got to worry about people who put a good :lol: at the end of their own posts. Particular when its not even funny.

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Re: Political Parties as Championship Sides

by Stuka » 24 Apr 2012 08:11

UKIP: Reading
Drawing their support from the suburbs, their often affluent fans keep a low profile. Run by an eccentric chairman and a few wealthy backers. Looking to gain further support soon and have been tipped by the press to do well in the near future. Ultimately a rather small operation though, but perhaps that offers some comfort to them if they’re honest.


BNP: Crystal Palace

Noisy and wave their colours around in choreographed displays. I'm afraid it has to be said not seen as too much of a threat to most of the others and their future chances are looking a little uncertain. Have been prone to terrible internal mismanagement over the years and have somehow managed to hold themselves together. High concentration of supporters in the Croydon area.

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Re: Political Parties as Championship Sides

by Skyline » 24 Apr 2012 11:57

Mr Angry Why no Reading???

Its because we aren't in the Championship....... :lol:


Surely by that logic you'd also need to rule out Portsmouth and Doncaster?

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Re: Political Parties as Championship Sides

by TheMaraudingDog » 24 Apr 2012 12:39

Mr A and logic?

Nah.


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Re: Political Parties as Championship Sides

by pea » 24 Apr 2012 12:47

Green: Brighton

Only people in Brighton think they're any good...

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Re: Political Parties as Championship Sides

by GreaterTorontoRoyal » 24 Apr 2012 19:02

Stuka
BNP: Crystal Palace

Noisy and wave their colours around in choreographed displays. I'm afraid it has to be said not seen as too much of a threat to most of the others and their future chances are looking a little uncertain. Have been prone to terrible internal mismanagement over the years and have somehow managed to hold themselves together. High concentration of supporters in the Croydon area.

What would that make Millwall? I personally would have had the thick, knuckle draggers down and no one else really likes them.

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Re: Political Parties as Championship Sides

by Stuka » 24 Apr 2012 19:05

GreaterTorontoRoyal
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BNP: Crystal Palace

Noisy and wave their colours around in choreographed displays. I'm afraid it has to be said not seen as too much of a threat to most of the others and their future chances are looking a little uncertain. Have been prone to terrible internal mismanagement over the years and have somehow managed to hold themselves together. High concentration of supporters in the Croydon area.

What would that make Millwall? I personally would have had the thick, knuckle draggers down and no one else really likes them.


I think Millwall would be like the DUP in Northern Ireland

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Re: Political Parties as Championship Sides

by Mr Angry » 24 Apr 2012 19:31

Respect: Nottm Forest

One incredible result doesn't make up for the fact that they have been a bit of a joke, with McClaren's reign definitely the cat impersonation moment....


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Re: Political Parties as Championship Sides

by Stuka » 24 Apr 2012 20:13

Sinn Fein: Swindon Town

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Re: Political Parties as Championship Sides

by RoyalChicagoFC » 25 Apr 2012 22:12

Rent Is Too Damn High: Leeds United

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Re: Political Parties as Championship Sides

by leon » 25 Apr 2012 22:18

Mr Angry Conservative: - Southampton

Had a long and proud history, but disastrous management changes a few years ago saw them hit rock bottom; have now bounced back, and though the immediate future looks pretty good, who knows what the next few Years will bring.

Old Labour: - Portsmouth

A big player many, many years ago, but a policy going back decades of spend, spend, spend and keep spending, has seen them get into trouble; however, they didn't worry about where the money was coming from, and don't worry about ever paying back their debts, they just kept on spending. Go bankrupt. Fade into the memory. Gone forever.

New Labour: - West Ham

Originally working class, but lots of new money, savvy meejay types now in charge, big on their own self importance and delusions of grandeur, full of corporate-speak such as "respect the point"; they like to bang on about their working class background as they drive back to their mock tudor mansions in deepest Essex in their Range Rovers. A sense of entitlement because of their past successes, and a simmering belief that their time will come again.

Lib Dems: Doncaster Rovers

For years, totally harmless and non-descript, tootling along not doing very much, not being noticed by many people. Then suddenly, management have a great idea which will make them succesful! Sadly, the experiment of linking with big names in the hope of getting some reflected glory is an utter disaster for them, and the future looks as if its full of going nowhere slowly, wondering what might have been.

Why no Reading???

Its because we aren't in the Championship....... :lol:


think of all the other things you could have been doing instead of typing this shit

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