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    Millwall (who doesn't), Man United (who doesn't), West Ham (can't stand Allardyce), Newcastle (can't stand Pardew) and there's an automatic disliking of Everton (rivals).
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    Unsurprisingly, Arsenal and Chelsea make my skin crawl.

    Honourable mentions for West Ham, Southampton, Boston United, MK Dons, Crawley Town, Celtic, Rangers, Real Madrid and Barcelona.
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    (Original post by 90pies an hour)
    Half a page and no mentions of Leeds? ****s sake we must be going soft...
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    Because they are not called Leeds, they are called Dirty Leeds.
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    Chelsea are the only team I truly despise

    Spurs I naturally dislike but I can admit the club is not unlikeable for neutrals.

    Utd obviously

    To a lesser extent Man City, Rangers, Portsmouth, Sunderland, Birmigham, Millwall, Luton, MK Dons
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    (Original post by Futility)
    :eek: How on earth can anybody hate St Pauli?! I went to one of their games a couple of years ago whilst I was on hoilday in Germany and it was probably the best football experience I've ever had. The tickets were dirt cheap (about £10 I think), you could drink in the stadium, the fans were passionate, sociable, welcoming and never they never stopped singing (even though they were losing 2-0). Plus, from what I read about them when I got home, the club is owned by the fans and the board/management actually listens to what the fans want (like when they were redeveloping their stadium for example). They remind me of some of the traditional English football clubs before money/comercialisation/BSkyB/health & safety ruined the English game.
    Been to St Pauli too but the overt politicisation is not attractive. Very much hard lefties who are at best indifferent to left wing terrorism.
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    Arsenal and only arsenal.
    Everything about them and their fans.

    I even rate spurs more than assanal.
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    3 words.


    ****ing Real Madrid.
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    There were football clubs in Milton Keynes before MK Dons came along. Just no league ones. Support one of them, if having a local club is really a reason. If it's not, support someone from elsewhere. Just don't support a club that parachuted itself into an area without a league club in a blatant attempt to commercialise itself.

    I can't stand MK Dons, for their history but also for their present. Karl Robinson is a horrid little man and the city's about as soulless as you get. I also have a great dislike for QPR, but no one else really offends me that much any more. The list used to be a lot longer, but it's just worn off now and I'm more into loving my club and loving a handful of other clubs at the same time. It's a much better way of enjoying the sport I love!
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    (Original post by Jangrafess)
    There were football clubs in Milton Keynes before MK Dons came along. Just no league ones. Support one of them, if having a local club is really a reason. If it's not, support someone from elsewhere. Just don't support a club that parachuted itself into an area without a league club in a blatant attempt to commercialise itself.

    I can't stand MK Dons, for their history but also for their present. Karl Robinson is a horrid little man and the city's about as soulless as you get. I also have a great dislike for QPR, but no one else really offends me that much any more. The list used to be a lot longer, but it's just worn off now and I'm more into loving my club and loving a handful of other clubs at the same time. It's a much better way of enjoying the sport I love!
    I quite like Brentford as a neutral. My housemate is a QPR season ticket holder of 18 years and harbours a contempt of you quite unlike any other QPR fan I've known. He doesn't seem to mind anyone else though, even Chelsea, which is strange.

    Same sentiment on MK Dons.
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Been to St Pauli too but the overt politicisation is not attractive. Very much hard lefties who are at best indifferent to left wing terrorism.
    I know that the club and its fans are famous for being anti-racist, anti-sexist and anti-fascist, but quite frankly I don't see anything wrong with that at all. I think its a welcome change for football fans to share a progressive social and political ideology.

    Are your remarks about terrorism serious? I can't find any incidence of violence involving St Pauli besides minor altercations with Hamburg and Hansa Rostock fans before or during derby matches, which is pretty much true of most clubs with intense rivalries. My personal experience of St Pauli was one of a friendly inclusive party atmosphere. There wasn't a hint of a dark or violent undertones to speak of.
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    (Original post by Futility)
    I know that the club and its fans are famous for being anti-racist, anti-sexist and anti-fascist, but quite frankly I don't see anything wrong with that at all. I think its a welcome change for football fans to share a progressive social and political ideology.

    Are your remarks about terrorism serious? I can't find any incidence of violence involving St Pauli besides minor altercations with Hamburg and Hansa Rostock fans before or during derby matches, which is pretty much true of most clubs with intense rivalries. My personal experience of St Pauli was one of a friendly inclusive party atmosphere. There wasn't a hint of a dark or violent undertones to speak of.
    Just personal experience. Their fan base is not 'normal', but a self selected group with a lot of strange and extreme political views. Had a conversation with one guy who very much admired the Stasi and the Red Army Faction and couldnt care less about football itself.
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Just personal experience. Their fan base is not 'normal', but a self selected group with a lot of strange and extreme political views. Had a conversation with one guy who very much admired the Stasi and the Red Army Faction and couldnt care less about football itself.
    Well it's safe to say that my experience was very different. I agree that the fan culture is certainly unique, but I personally think it is so in a positive way. I doubt very much whether that the views of the fan you spoke to is typical of St Pauli fans generally. As I said, the club is known for being vehemently anti-fascist, and the Stasi is about as fascist as it gets. Most of the fans I met seemed to care about the club a great deal, indeed many were some of them most impassioned fans I've ever met.
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    (Original post by rockrunride)
    I quite like Brentford as a neutral. My housemate is a QPR season ticket holder of 18 years and harbours a contempt of you quite unlike any other QPR fan I've known. He doesn't seem to mind anyone else though, even Chelsea, which is strange.

    Same sentiment on MK Dons.
    I've never been able to work out why QPR fans don't like us - there's so many reasons to dislike them in recent history but I really think we're quite an inoffensive little club! Maybe we can be a bit bigheaded when we beat a better team than us, but that's probably the same across the whole of football.
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    (Original post by rockrunride)
    Unsurprisingly, Arsenal and Chelsea make my skin crawl.

    Honourable mentions for West Ham, Southampton, Boston United, MK Dons, Crawley Town, Celtic, Rangers, Real Madrid and Barcelona.
    Would you dislike Arsenal even if you weren't a Spurs fan? I don't think there's too much objectionable about Arsenal to the neutral. Chelsea on the other hand...

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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Portsmouth
    Good shout there. Cheated their way to the FA Cup with a squad they couldn't afford, ****ed over plenty of local businesses and even St John's ambulance in the CVA and then proceeded to go buy another load of expensive players they couldn't afford. Despicable club, would never wish any club to go bust but they can rot in the lower leagues.
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    No-one hates Manchester United, they are jealous of Manchester United.

    If Arsenal were particularly successful, it would be the same story.
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    (Original post by Sagacious)
    No-one hates Manchester United, they are jealous of Manchester United.

    If Arsenal were particularly successful, it would be the same story.


    Nah pretty sure I hate them.
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    (Original post by Sagacious)
    No-one hates Manchester United, they are jealous of Manchester United.

    If Arsenal were particularly successful, it would be the same story.
    Jelous of a club that don't even celebrate winning certain games because there that arrogant? Worst home atmosphere in the league, no respect and a bunch of bullies at the end of the day which also goes for slurgie! United fans know nothing of loyalty or true support it was just an easy choice for them


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    Also really hate arsenal fans, used to really enjoy watching arsenal, Bergkamp Henry Viera but there fans overreaction to players leaving to win titles has made me hate their fans


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