You are currently browsing the football forums as a guest. Sign up now for free and benefit from totally ad-free browsing. Logged in members see no ads.

The Annual Social Media Dickwaving Contest...

Is this the worst thread in this section?

  • Yes

    Votes: 6 33.3%
  • No

    Votes: 8 44.4%
  • I Don't Know

    Votes: 4 22.2%

  • Total voters
    18

Scumarmy.

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,142
Reaction score
1,833
Points
113
Location
Milton Keynes
Supports
Milton Keynes Dons
You want to know who the biggest clubs are? There is only one way to find out...

mc62a.jpg


1. Hull Tigers - 902,000
2. Fulham - 695,000
3. QPR - 606,000
4. Cardiff - 440,000
5. Leeds - 324,000
6. Reading - 262,000
7. Birmingham - 243,000
8. Bolton - 234,000
9. Wolves - 233,000
10. Middlesbrough - 219,000
11. Nottingham Forest - 217,000
12. Blackburn - 213,000
13. Burnley - 182,000
14. Derby - 173,000
15. Charlton - 163,000
16. Sheffield Wednesday - 145,000
17. Brighton - 113,000
18. Brentford - 100,000
19. Ipswich - 68,000
20. Bristol City - 61,000
21. PNE - 49,000
22. Huddersfield - 31,000
23. Rotherham - 26,000
24. MK Dons - 26,000

What have we learnt?
1. Hull are the biggest club in the league and Assem Allam is a genius. The rebrand of Hull City has helped the club close in on 1 million Facebook likes.
2. Burnley have more likes than number of people who live in the town.
3. MK Dons fans do not like (ha, get it?) things which are older than the club itself.
4. Facebook "likes" are not the most reliable indicators of a clubs size. Twitter followers anyone?
5. I am extremely bored (cricket can fuck off).

Thank you for your time. I have wasted some of my own, it is only fair that you waste some of yours reading this shite.
 
Last edited:

BCFC David

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 19, 2015
Messages
1,202
Reaction score
456
Points
83
Supports
Bristol City
What the actual fook? :lol:
 

BCFC Jordan

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,276
Reaction score
424
Points
83
Location
Bristol
Supports
Bristol City
I demand a recount by twitter followers.
 

JJH

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
14,923
Reaction score
4,596
Points
113
Location
Bristol
Supports
Bristol City
You want to know who the biggest clubs are? There is only one way to find out...

mc62a.jpg


1. Hull Tigers - 902,000
2. Fulham - 695,000
3. QPR - 606,000
4. Cardiff - 440,000
5. Leeds - 324,000
6. Reading - 262,000
7. Birmingham - 243,000
8. Bolton - 234,000
9. Wolves - 233,000
10. Middlesbrough - 219,000
11. Nottingham Forest - 217,000
12. Blackburn - 213,000
13. Burnley - 182,000
14. Derby - 173,000
15. Charlton - 163,000
16. Sheffield Wednesday - 145,000
17. Brighton - 113,000
18. Brentford - 100,000
19. Ipswich - 68,000
20. Bristol City - 61,000
21. PNE - 49,000
22. Huddersfield - 31,000
23. Rotherham - 26,000
24. MK Dons - 25,000

What have we learnt?
1. Hull are the biggest club in the league and Assem Allam is a genius. The rebrand of Hull City has helped the club close in on 1 million Facebook likes.
2. Burnley have more likes than number of people who live in the town.
3. MK Dons fans do not like (ha, get it?) things which are older than the club itself.
4. Facebook "likes" are not the most reliable indicators of a clubs size. Twitter followers anyone?
5. I am extremely bored (cricket can fuck off).

Thank you for your time. I have wasted some of my own, it is only fair that you waste some of yours reading this shite.
:fl:
 

BCFC Jordan

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,276
Reaction score
424
Points
83
Location
Bristol
Supports
Bristol City
I'd like to point out just how impressive our ratio for attendances to Facebook likes is.
 

HertsWolf

Site Supporter
Site Supporter
Joined
Jan 19, 2015
Messages
3,557
Reaction score
2,131
Points
113
Location
Hampshire and Ethiopia
Supports
Wolves
You want to know who the biggest clubs are? There is only one way to find out...


7. Birmingham - 243,000
8. Bolton - 234,000
9. Wolves - 233,000
10. Middlesbrough - 219,000

At last! A table in which Birmingham City are higher than us. Congratulations!!

And. Proof that telephone lines have now been installed on Teeside.
 

TomPNE94

Big Mak Fan
Joined
Aug 28, 2014
Messages
8,382
Reaction score
3,450
Points
113
Location
Preston
Supports
Simon Makienok
Twitter
@TomMonks94
How must Rotherham fans feel that they only have 1,000 more likes than MK Dons who have only been a club for 11/12 years. Devastating I imagine.
 

Scumarmy.

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,142
Reaction score
1,833
Points
113
Location
Milton Keynes
Supports
Milton Keynes Dons
Surely quality of output is more important than popularity?

No, I would say the opposite. Despite your social media team's best efforts, you still have nearly 850,000 less likes than Hull Tigers who clearly don't give a fuck; that does not say a lot.
 

Madejski

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,963
Reaction score
349
Points
83
Location
Leicester
Supports
Reading
Facebook-like.png


Massive like for a Massive club. If only this could be factored into the ordering of club sizes...
 

Nook Terrier

Active Member
Joined
Jan 20, 2015
Messages
318
Reaction score
47
Points
28
Supports
Huddersfield Town
Twitter
@dannysmithlaaa
Our Twitter blocks it's fans who give em shit after a shit performance haha
 

StevieEvansRedNWhiteArmy

Well-Known Member
Joined
May 19, 2015
Messages
1,861
Reaction score
305
Points
83
Location
Rotherham
Supports
Rotherham United
How must Rotherham fans feel that they only have 1,000 more likes than MK Dons who have only been a club for 11/12 years. Devastating I imagine.

Or you could say that the amount of likes represent a tenth of the whole population of Rotherham, where we compete for fans with 4 other local clubs a stones throw away from each other, so its actually quite good.
 

Veggie Legs

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 19, 2015
Messages
3,337
Reaction score
1,590
Points
113
Location
Norwich
Supports
Ipswich
No, I would say the opposite. Despite your social media team's best efforts, you still have nearly 850,000 less likes than Hull Tigers who clearly don't give a fuck; that does not say a lot.
The content posted on social media matters to me. The number of other people reading it does not.
 

Scumarmy.

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,142
Reaction score
1,833
Points
113
Location
Milton Keynes
Supports
Milton Keynes Dons
The content posted on social media matters to me. The number of other people reading it does not.

That is a typical, small club mentality. This is about club size, not personal enjoyment.
 
Last edited:

Scumarmy.

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,142
Reaction score
1,833
Points
113
Location
Milton Keynes
Supports
Milton Keynes Dons
Important announcement:

MK Dons have now caught Rotherham and reached 26,000 likes.

Thank you for your time.
 

Scumarmy.

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,142
Reaction score
1,833
Points
113
Location
Milton Keynes
Supports
Milton Keynes Dons
I have been inundated with PM's requesting a table of Twitter followers so here you go...

1. QPR - 281,000
2. Fulham - 257,000
3. Hull Tigers - 198,000
4. Reading - 153,000
5. Cardiff - 151,000
6. Leeds - 133,000
7. Nottingham Forest - 124,000
8. Wolves - 118,000
9. Burnley - 116,000
10. Derby - 105,000
11. Birmingham - 102,000
12. Blackburn - 87,200
13. Sheffield Wednesday - 84,000
14. Middlesbrough - 77,200
15. Bolton - 75,300
16. Brighton - 54,600
17. Ipswich - 52,000
18. Charlton - 51,700
19. Bristol City - 51,700
20. Huddersfield - 42,800
21. Brentford - 39,900
22. Preston - 36,500
23. MK Dons - 36,500
24. Rotherham - 29,500

What have we learnt?
1. QPR are the biggest club in the league and Assem Allam is a fool - his rebranding of Hull City has caused them to only be 3rd in this table.
2. Burnley have more followers than number of people who live in the town.
3. MK Dons fans are more receptive to things newer than the club itself.
4. Rotherham are fucking tinpot.
5. Twitter "followers" are not the most reliable indicators of a clubs size. YouTube subscribers anyone?

Thank you for your time. I have wasted some of my own, it is only fair that you waste some of yours reading this shite.
 
Last edited:

Scumarmy.

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,142
Reaction score
1,833
Points
113
Location
Milton Keynes
Supports
Milton Keynes Dons
You guys do not give me a break do you? Here is your fucking YouTube subscribers table:

1. QPR - 22,225
2. Nottingham Forest - 14,888
3. Leeds - 13,719
4. Derby - 12,854
5. Sheffield Wednesday - 12,340
6. Wolves - 11,925
7. Birmingham - 10,352
8. Fulham - 9,152
9. Bolton - 7,312
10. Cardiff - 7,033
11. Bristol City - 6,966
12. Hull Tigers - 6,585
13. Ipswich - 5,986
14. Charlton - 5,373
15. Middlesbrough - 5,309
16. Reading - 5,191
17. Blackburn - 4,959
18. Preston - 3,506
19. Brentford - 3,487
20. Burnley - 3,396
21. Rotherham - 2,439
22. Huddersfield - 2,211
23. MK Dons - 2,041

What have we learnt?
1. QPR are the biggest club in the league and Assem Allam is a fool - his rebranding of Hull City has caused them to only be 12th in this table.
2. Burnley's earlier results were deceptive.
3. MK Dons fans do not like YouTube for some reason.
4. Brighton & Hove Albion are an embarrassment as I couldn't see how many subscribers they had.
5. YouTube "subscribers" are not the most reliable indicators of a clubs size. LinkedIn followers anyone?

P.S. No, fuck off.
 

PUSBCCFC

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,951
Reaction score
263
Points
83
Location
London
Supports
Coventry City
Where are the Vine and Instagram followers? You can't conclude the size of your club without those.
 

City169

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,398
Reaction score
414
Points
83
Supports
Bristol City
Also need averages for each club once all social media platforms have been taken into account
 

Scumarmy.

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,142
Reaction score
1,833
Points
113
Location
Milton Keynes
Supports
Milton Keynes Dons
Instagram Followers
1. Fulham - 46,100
2. Derby - 34,400
3. QPR - 33,600
4. Leeds - 23,100
5. Nottingham Forest - 17,800
6. Burnley - 15,200
7. Birmingham - 13,100
8. Wolves - 11,800
9. Sheffield Wednesday - 11,400
10. Ipswich - 10,800
11. Middlesbrough - 10,200
12. Hull Tigers - 9,904
13. Reading - 9,901
14. Blackburn - 8,029
15. Charlton - 7,608
16. Bristol City - 7,435
17. Brighton - 6,949
18. Brentford - 6,070
19. Cardiff - 5,193
20. MK Dons - 4,256
21. Preston - 2,801
22. Huddersfield - 2,783
23. Bolton - 2,292
24. Rotherham - 135

What have we learnt?
1. Fulham are the biggest club in the league and Assem Allam is a fool - his rebranding of Hull City has caused them to only be 12th in this table.
2. MK Dons fans like Instagram as it is a newer form of social media.
3. Preston, Huddersfield, Bolton and Rotherham are small-time.
4. Rotherham United's official Instagram is defunct but they are still fucking tinpot. One hundred and thirty five FFS.
5. Instagram "followers" are not the most reliable indicators of a clubs size.
 
Last edited:

PUSBCCFC

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,951
Reaction score
263
Points
83
Location
London
Supports
Coventry City
Instagram Followers
1. Fulham - 46,100
2. Derby - 34,400
3. QPR - 33,600
4. Leeds - 23,100
5. Nottingham Forest - 17,800
6. Burnley - 15,200
7. Birmingham - 13,100
8. Wolves - 11,800
9. Sheffield Wednesday - 11,400
10. Ipswich - 10,800
11. Middlesbrough - 10,200
12. Hull Tigers - 9,904
13. Reading - 9,901
14. Blackburn - 8,029
15. Charlton - 7,608
16. Bristol City - 7,435
17. Brighton - 6,949
18. Brentford - 6,070
19. Cardiff - 5,193
20. MK Dons - 4,221
21. Preston - 2,801
22. Huddersfield - 2,783
23. Bolton - 2,292
24. Rotherham - 135

What have we learnt?
1. Fulham are the biggest club in the league and Assem Allam is a fool - his rebranding of Hull City has caused them to only be 12th in this table.
2. MK Dons fans like Instagram as it is a newer form of social media.
3. Preston, Huddersfield, Bolton and Rotherham are small-time.
4. Rotherham United's official Instagram is defunct but they are still fucking tinpot. One hundred and thirty five FFS.
5. Instagram "followers" are not the most reliable indicators of a clubs size.
:2thumb::2thumb::2thumb::2thumb::2thumb::2thumb:
 

Scumarmy.

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,142
Reaction score
1,833
Points
113
Location
Milton Keynes
Supports
Milton Keynes Dons
You've forgotten Vine :eek:bama:

What a ridiculous idea. The amount of Vine "followers" a club has proves nothing.

LinkedIn Followers
1. Nottingham Forest - 3,916
2. Fulham - 3,515
3. Birmingham - 3,083
4. Blackburn - 2,700
5. Brentford - 2,415
6. Sheffield Wednesday - 2,145
7. QPR - 2,071
8. Bristol City - 1,936
9. Preston - 1,739
10. Derby - 1,724
11. Huddersfield - 1,494
12. Bolton - 1,278
13. Wolves - 1,237
14. Cardiff - 1,169
15. Reading - 1,148
16. Brighton - 1,036
17. MK Dons - 1,034
18. Charlton - 994
19. Ipswich - 951
20. Leeds - 872
21. Burnley - 674
22. Rotherham - 424
23. Hull Tigers - 272

What have we learnt?
1. Nottingham Forest are the biggest club in the league and Assem Allam is a fool - his rebranding of Hull City has caused them to finish bottom of this table.
2. MK Dons fans like LinkedIn despite it being older than the club itself.
3. Charlton, Ipswich, Leeds, Burnley, Rotherham and Hull Tigers are all tiny clubs.
4. Middlesbrough seemingly have no representation on LinkedIn whatsoever, shameful.
5. LinkedIn "followers" are not the most reliable indicators of a clubs size.
 

PUSBCCFC

Well-Known Member
Joined
Jan 17, 2015
Messages
1,951
Reaction score
263
Points
83
Location
London
Supports
Coventry City
Erm... I am trying to be funny and suggest another form of social media.
 

Mr Elmo

The only optimistic Derby fan around
Joined
Jan 20, 2015
Messages
1,045
Reaction score
300
Points
83
Supports
Derby
You know your life is on the right track when you're searching to see how popular clubs are through multiple forms of media.

#lifegoals
 

Forum statistics

Threads
15,540
Messages
1,004,687
Members
5,856
Latest member
Fauzyal
Top