Who do you enjoy seeing fail the most?

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It has to be Liverpool for me- after getting rid of a world class manager they seem to think they can reach similar heights. Spending all that cash on Carroll, Henderson, Downing and Cole was funny to see.

Plus alot of the LFC fans are now complaining about how FSG are ruining them. :facepalm:

This isn't a thread to cause trouble, I think it's just good to see what teams dislike who and why.

Regards.
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Manchester City. Most of the fans who fill their stadium are nothing but plastic. Only the, relatively small, hardcore fans turn up during for round 3 of the League Cup.

I admit I also like watching Luis Suarez fail (not really Liverpool). He dives, he moans, and he has a permanent look of disgust on his face. Nothing but a poor man's Messi.
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I'm not too bothered about clubs.

I love seeing players who are well known for diving failing to get penalties when they do actually get fouled.

Suarez would be one I like to see failing. I mean ok its unfair to judge him every game by his reputation but
every penalty he hasn't got this season because of that, he probably got it another time by diving.

^He is an awesome player and all that, just hate some things he does.
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I understand it but I'm not sure I agree with why Suarez gets so much hate tbh. Players dive. It happens.

He's a class act and without him LFC would be close to the drop.

Can't wait until he leaves
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Chelsea. Bought their trophies, no history and little class. Obnoxious fans react to any problem with demands for more spending.
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Chelsea - disgusting club, disgusting style, disgusting owner, disgusting fans, disgusting everything. The prestige of the champions league has forever been tainted by their fluke win last season.
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Last season was an absolute joke how they won the CL. Embarrassing for everyone involved.
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Manchester United, Liverpool and Barcelona.

As far as players...Suarez, Gerrard and C. Ronaldo spring to mind.
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Newcastle. Mainly because it's nice to see them do poorly since I'm a Sunderland fan, but also because of the attitude of so many of their fans (or at least the ones I have on facebook!). A lot of Newcastle fans told me they would be getting champions league football next season so it's pretty satisfying to see them slip further towards the championship.
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Has to be Man City and Chelsea! I used to dislike Arsenal but now i really just feel sorry for them lol, player wise I would have to say I love seeing Tevez fail, he is a definition of a kutta
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Player wise, Balotelli. Most overrated fool on the planet. How he's on more than 20k is crazy.
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I love to see Man United fail and lose matches which they should win. Especially seeing as I know I can look forward to Sir Alex having a great big moan about how the referee is inept and blah blah blah. But even more so is the fact that love them or hate them, they hardly ever fail at anything so when it happens it's sweeeeet.
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Chelsea and the cannon club. Though I only really enjoy it if it benefits Spurs directly. If we're mid table and the Goons miss out on the Champions League on goal difference I couldn't give a monkey's.
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Sunderland.


A horrific club.
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Easy. Arsenal, led by a deluded manager and has fans that are up their own arse, oh and are now the 3rd team in London.

:hahaha: http://www.sincearsenallastwonatrophy.co.uk/
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Well first & foremost I much prefer to see my team (Chelsea) doing well but my list of most disliked clubs probably go something like:

Man Utd
Liverpool
Barcelona
Arsenal
Tottenham
Leeds
Man City
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(Original post by runningfromlions)
Newcastle. Mainly because it's nice to see them do poorly since I'm a Sunderland fan, but also because of the attitude of so many of their fans (or at least the ones I have on facebook!). A lot of Newcastle fans told me they would be getting champions league football next season so it's pretty satisfying to see them slip further towards the championship.
Haha from champions league to the championship.. QUITE a big jump :cool:
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Man United
Everton
Chelsea
Leeds
West Ham
Millwall
Newcastle
Real Madrid
Espanyol
England
Scotland
Wales
Rep of Ireland
Northern Ireland
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Love to see Sir Alex fail. In his centuries of managing he has never learnt an ounce of humility and how to lose gracefully.
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I don't get wood when a club fails but I do enjoy watching all the haters get upset when various clubs are successful. Although I don't support Arsenal I'm looking forward to their next period of success and see how all the butthurt haters react "erm, you don't promote young players, no thats not it, erm, you just bought your success, no thats not it, erm, you play boring long ball football, erm thats not it, you don't have any history....ah sod it"
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