It's funny because Everton are up there consistently with the worst away fans at the Bridge.Nothing on the shining light of the league that is Everton then!
If you are representive of Everton support, god help the Toffees!
Yes but the bridge is full of happy clappers nowadays not true fansIt's funny because Everton are up there consistently with the worst away fans at the Bridge.
To save people time Chelsea will sell out every allocation we're given this season....just like we did last season.
I love Goodison Park...proper old school football ground. Their fans are shite though. Actually both sets of supporters on Merseyside aren't very good.
Best home supporters for me are Spurs, when White Hart Lane gets going in evening match it's superb. Away supporters it's Man United, simple as that.
Just watched the news about Mourhinio sacking his female physio, they interviewed Chelsea fans outside, not one Englishman spoke.......plastic tossrsCourse it is mate. And Goodison is full of council estate lads trying to be continental by adding French words to their songs.
Everyone's home support is awful in the Prem these days. Spurs and Swansea being the exception an being pretty good rather than the rule. Everywhere else is the same morgue as wherever you were the week before.
Our home support 2 seasons ago was the best its been in years. New manager, exciting football, full of optimism, home and away it was great. Then last season was probably the worst its ever been. Too many bandwagon jumpers after we had a good season turning up a lot more and expecting us to tonk everyone 4-0 every week. The booing Jagielka for passing backwards when 3-0 up at home to QPR just about summing it up. Away was better, but then most of our performances away were awful, so that dampened it most weeks.
We've sold out about 2,500 at Southampton on Saturday.
afraid so mateThat's just not true though, is it?
Imagine sitting down and watching that shite....especially on a subject as dull as Chelsea punishing their physio. Imagine.
To be honest i don't think you can call that plastic. A plastic fan is somebody who barely watches football, never knows what the results are, never goes to games, but one day looks at the league table and buys the shirt of the team that are first, no matter if they are local or not, and says that they support them, even though they don't know any of the players. Usually they also pretend they go to the ground every week and tries to act like they know about football (genuinely, not just for a few laughs.) . And then, when they finish anywhere but 1st, they change clubs to whoever finished first. I see nothing wrong with foreigners supporting an English team, as long as they aren't plastic.