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TFF_REG

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Absolutely, I'd recommend a minimum of 5 encounters per season. I'd also like to point out that if you have a tall striker whose surname begins with S you can probably just play him up top on his own and then fill the rest of the team with players from the u10s.
 

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Playing Gillingham only twice in a season doesn't quite give you the full experience.

Damn straight, you should consider yourselves bloody lucky to even have the opportunity to walk our dog-shit-streaked streets, visit our pound shops and enjoy the sights of unkempt gardens from atop the scaffold.
 

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Haha the thought of having to go to Gillingham more than once in the season nearly made me give up following football.
 

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Hope we get nawty Millwall on a Tuesday night. Don't fancy the police bill for a Saturday match..
 

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Hope we get nawty Millwall on a Tuesday night. Don't fancy the police bill for a Saturday match..
That could be the dodgy one as your lot seem to like a row after home games this season WTGR.
What on earth the likes of Crawley make of Millwall could be interesting as they're a really hospitable club. Not that I am tarring all Millwall fans, obviously.
 

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We have the most well behaved fans in the Football League..
 

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I thought Millwall fans were great this season at their place and at Valley Parade, more wishing us luck against Chelsea than wanting to rip our heads off.
 

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I thought Millwall fans were great this season at their place and at Valley Parade, more wishing us luck against Chelsea than wanting to rip our heads off.
Personally, I love the atmosphere at Millwall, nothing to do with their reputation or such shenanigans. It's old school and they really back their team and make it uncomfortable, I love that!
 

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Personally, I love the atmosphere at Millwall, nothing to do with their reputation or such shenanigans. It's old school and they really back their team and make it uncomfortable, I love that!

You want that at away games although I wouldn't say it was like that in our cup game at the den this season, I could imagine it being quite intimidating when they are doing well or the ground is full.
 

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Been to Millwall a few times, you start to feel happier and safer the further you get away from the ground
 

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Been to Millwall a few times, you start to feel happier and safer the further you get away from the ground

You northern Monkey, if you knew anything about Millwall you'd know that the closer you are to the stadium you're perfectly fine. In the stadium itself is possibly the safest place on earth.
 

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You northern Monkey, if you knew anything about Millwall you'd know that the closer you are to the stadium you're perfectly fine. In the stadium itself is possibly the safest place on earth.
True, I love walking through cages
 

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I like Millwall now they have discarded Jason Price to the depths of hell where he belongs. Welcome.

As for Wigan, I for one hope they get relegated. Dave Whelan is a gobshite and I still haven't forgotten the farcical refereeing in 2002-03. Fuck you Eddie Wolstenholme.
 

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Welcome you 'orrible lot.

Welcome to Millwall too.
 

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The only time Millwall away was abit threatening is when they closed the walkway to the station one year and we had to walk the streets of bermondsey with the wall fans. As its a rare occurrence the Millwall lot were abit exciteable to say the least. In general I love Millwall away though.
 

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I like Millwall now they have discarded Jason Price to the depths of hell where he belongs. Welcome.

As for Wigan, I for one hope they get relegated. Dave Whelan is a gobshite and I still haven't forgotten the farcical refereeing in 2002-03. Fuck you Eddie Wolstenholme.
Even though Dave Whelan isn't there anymore?
 

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His grandson has taken over but I believe he said he will go to Whelan when he needs to.

Also I like wigan, so :dis::animatedf:
 

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Happy withRotherham staying up, keeps their mongy fans out of this div and Millwall away is another London away so that's brill. Wigan, meh.
 

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Millwall away is always a decent day out. Choice of anywhere to drink round London, Train from London Bridge and into the match. Work with a couple of them so a good day out on the beer.

Wigan's not bad either, even though it'll be a bit empty next season. Both better than playing Rotherham.
 

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