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The age argument again.

 

''Ah remember selling sofas...I MEAN going to the match...in the 80s!''

 

So Leicester fans who've seen their team win a match experience similar feelings to other groups of fans who have won a match? Hold the fucking press.

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So Leicester fans who've seen their team win a match experiences similar feelings to other groups of fans who have won a match? Hold the fucking press.

 

:lol:

 

To be fair to CT, his memory is better than usual in this case. Ordinarily it'd be "Leicester fans must be feeling like we did that time we beat a team in red, mid 90s or so, think Shearer scored ?".

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It's obviously quiet and people have nowt better to argue about. :lol:

 

In those days, we never beat Man U and playing them at home was a massive event. Nobody expected to win that game, never mind knocking 5 past them. When we did it WAS a massive result and was very special.

 

Today Leicester did not expect to win or knock 5 past them. They will consider this a massive result and celebrate accordingly.

 

Fannys!

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So to re-cap, CT says we hadn't beat Man U for a decade when we beat them 5-0, although in reality we'd beaten them three times in that period despite being in a different division for four of those years.

 

1986-87, won 2-1.

 

1987-88, won 1-0.

 

1994-95, won 2-0.

 

Apart from that and also saying everyone expected a defeat, he's spot on. :whistling:

 

(I managed to trudge along to all of those games and ended up in the RVI after the 2-1 win where Goddard got the winner as I knacked my leg when I got home, I was young and naive and said to my Dad that some Man U fans must have had an accident too as there was a few battered and bloodied Mancs in the accident and emergency dept the same time as us). :lol:

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(I managed to trudge along to all of those games and ended up in the RVI after the 2-1 win where Goddard got the winner as I knacked my leg when I got home, I was young and naive and said to my Dad that some Man U fans must have had an accident too as there was a few battered and bloodied Mancs in the accident and emergency dept the same time as us). :lol:

 

Whereas in fact they'd taken a beating much like Everton have at the hands of Crystal Palace today. The parallels are uncanny.

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