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You don’t see many Partizan Minsk banners in Stalybridge. Spotted this at @FCUnitedMcr v Buxton. Partizan have gone from a millionaire’s hobby then abandoned and left to the fans to pick up the pieces. Football in Belarus same old story…..

You don’t see many Partizan Minsk banners in Stalybridge. Spotted this at @FCUnitedMcr v Buxton. Partizan have gone from a millionaire’s hobby then abandoned and left to the fans to pick up the pieces. Football in Belarus same old story…..

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WW1 horses being fed at Manchester City’s ground in August 1914. The new season doesn’t begin until September and their Hyde Road stadium is being used for military activity. Not the most exciting photograph to start a series of Great War footballers series.

WW1 horses being fed at Manchester City’s ground in August 1914. The new season doesn’t begin until September and their Hyde Road stadium is being used for military activity. Not the most exciting photograph to start a series of Great War footballers series.

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What a pitch invasion looks like at a friendly match. After Salford City 5-1 Class of 92 at Salford Reds Stadium or whatever they call this rugby ground. Let’s get on the pitch and see Giggsy, Scholes, the Neville bros…

What a pitch invasion looks like at a friendly match. After Salford City 5-1 Class of 92 at Salford Reds Stadium or whatever they call this rugby ground. Let’s get on the pitch and see Giggsy, Scholes, the Neville bros…

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How scarfs used to look back in 1972, that’s 40 plus years. Outside Old Trafford with a Cop straight off directing traffic with the white sleeves and a souvenir shop. Souvenir huh, it’s now a massive corporate merchandise store. Scarfs got shorter and football got into big money at the top level

How scarfs used to look back in 1972, that’s 40 plus years. Outside Old Trafford with a Cop straight off directing traffic with the white sleeves and a souvenir shop. Souvenir huh, it’s now a massive corporate merchandise store. Scarfs got shorter and football got into big money at the top level

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They chose good colours for this poster. The pitch is green and the muffler is in rossa e bianca. Writers give talks, you pays your money.
Manchester Football Writers Festival 2014

They chose good colours for this poster. The pitch is green and the muffler is in rossa e bianca. Writers give talks, you pays your money.

Manchester Football Writers Festival 2014

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Great poster but the jury has delivered a guilty verdict on the mascot. Looking ahead the the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada 2015. There’s me thinking sport is only played on ice over there. There is something about mascot figures - crass, commercial and kitsch - so tacky they can be amusing.

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footysphere:

soccertronix: "no TV organization is interested in what the fans want but without the shouting and movement of the people football is nothing. the history of football lies in passion. and it will always be like this. without the passion football is dead: only 11 men on a field kicking a ball around. basically complete bullshit. it’s the supporters who make football something important."

One to remind ourselves every time we see a Tv football match in a near empty stadium and then want to visit another channel

footysphere:

soccertronix: "no TV organization is interested in what the fans want but without the shouting and movement of the people football is nothing. the history of football lies in passion. and it will always be like this. without the passion football is dead: only 11 men on a field kicking a ball around. basically complete bullshit. it’s the supporters who make football something important."

One to remind ourselves every time we see a Tv football match in a near empty stadium and then want to visit another channel

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Oh how we love retro football art. Styled somewhere between Futurismo and Boy’s Own Annual? You get the idea, big socks and old leather footballs on the attack. More of this stuff, original artwork for sale and cheaper framed prints. Covers most of the big English clubs, and Serie A. http://www.bwsportsart.com

Oh how we love retro football art. Styled somewhere between Futurismo and Boy’s Own Annual? You get the idea, big socks and old leather footballs on the attack. More of this stuff, original artwork for sale and cheaper framed prints. Covers most of the big English clubs, and Serie A. http://www.bwsportsart.com

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When staying in Chioggia get yourself to that football ground. Clodinese in Serie D at the Aldo e Dino Ballarin stadium. The famous brothers played for Il Grande Torino and were born in Chioggia.