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Death to petro-murder-ball sports-washing.
It's off. I wonder if the results go our way again this weekend when we have two games in hand. :p

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Cheeky draw somewhere maybe, but can't see any losses amongst the cunty-4 this time around.
 
Now that Spurs have disbanded, I’m now throwing my allegiance to Watford

Come on you Hornets!…….who have a moose on their badges
I am so unobservant and forgetful I would be the world's worst police witness. Never noticed the moose.

Why do Watford FC have a moose on their badge?


In the words of a Watford fan, “If you've ever wondered why Watford are called the Hornets, yet have a moose on their badge; it's because the animal is actually a hart, a male red deer, which is depicted on the Hertfordshire coat of arms where Watford is based (though many fans agree it looks very moose-like)
 
I am so unobservant and forgetful I would be the world's worst police witness. Never noticed the moose.

Why do Watford FC have a moose on their badge?


In the words of a Watford fan, “If you've ever wondered why Watford are called the Hornets, yet have a moose on their badge; it's because the animal is actually a hart, a male red deer, which is depicted on the Hertfordshire coat of arms where Watford is based (though many fans agree it looks very moose-like)
Fuckers lost in the last minute today. I feel right at home.
 
I am so unobservant and forgetful I would be the world's worst police witness. Never noticed the moose.

Why do Watford FC have a moose on their badge?


In the words of a Watford fan, “If you've ever wondered why Watford are called the Hornets, yet have a moose on their badge; it's because the animal is actually a hart, a male red deer, which is depicted on the Hertfordshire coat of arms where Watford is based (though many fans agree it looks very moose-like)
Ok, so why are they called the Hornets yet have a hart, a male red deer, on their badge?
 
Bit of a nothing game today...
All a bit 'meh'.

Still. Onwards and upwards, here's to the next game...

By my reckoning it'll be Norwich away on May 22nd!
 
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