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which football team do you support?

Discussion in 'Entertainment, Culture, and Sports' started by colm-ccfc84, Aug 28, 2006.

  1. Steve B.

    Steve B. Senior member

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    NFC East should be very interesting this year.

    Dallas has a great team on paper, except for the o-line. And the TO factor.

    Going out on a limb and saying everyone will be at least 7-9.
     
  2. designprofessor

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    For my places of residence: Phoenix (their new stadium is awesome!) and KC.
    Local, i'd like to see the Cowboys get something going.
    Sentimental favs, I'd like the Bears to return to some glory days as well. I also liked the Seahawks being contenders last year.
    While New Orleans is rebuilding, it would be good to see them rebuild their football as well. Fans shouldn't have to wear paper bags over their heads to games.
     
  3. manicturncoat

    manicturncoat Well-Known Member

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  4. romafan

    romafan Senior member

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    Fiorentina

    Here's to kicking some Interbutt this weekend! [​IMG] No easy task, though - that team is so stacked w/ talent it's ridiculous - the only thing missing is a worldclass keeper...
     
  5. manicturncoat

    manicturncoat Well-Known Member

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    Tough start but Fiorentina bought some good players this summer and kept the better ones so on the whole we have improved. I think Inter will not win the scudetto, even this year! They bought tons of talent, as they always do, but the real problem is Moratti(who is too passionately involved) and Mancini who absolutely zero as a manager.
     
  6. Thomas

    Thomas Senior member

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    Mayde Creek HS Mighty Rams. Go Rams!

    After that, Viva Italia! I had picked them to go all the way before the cup started, chiefly because we were headed to Rome after the cup finals and I wanted to see happy Italians when we arrived. Luck was on our side. Too bad they play a dirty game at times.
     
  7. rdawson808

    rdawson808 Senior member

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    Good man! I support Reading, who are currently enjoying their first ever season in the premiership since they were formed in 1871. The man who scored the goal that put them there was none other than Cork City's finest, Kevin Doyle. Him and Shane Long have been stars on the Reading team
    As have two Americans: Marcus Hanneman and Bobby Convey. Yay. I generally cheer for any team with Americans on it. But my heart goes out to Juve and Tottenham. For what reason I don't know, to be honest. bob
     
  8. mylesmyles

    mylesmyles Senior member

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    NFL: giants - benn going to games my whole life (according to my father, though i think i was 4 or 5 when he first took me)
    College: Penn State - Class of 2002
    "Futbol": Roma (studied abroad there)
     

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