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Blackpool v United - OFF

Blackpool v United - OFF

The travesty of it all!

Little old Blackpool gets promotion to the Premier League but forget to unpack the bare essentials such as under-soil heating!

Therefore, inevitably, the fixture scheduled for tomorrow has been called off due to a frozen pitch - one word for it - scandalous!

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Friday December 3 2010
Time: 4:52PM

Comments

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Scandalous indeed! In protest, I think United should refuse to take the field for the seasons remaining Premier League fixtures and accept relegation to the Championship. That'll show the powers that be!
Teddy_KGB
03/12/2010 17:51:00
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Oh Yes scandalous! Wake up and smell the coffee boys - Not every club wants to put themselves in Mass debt - Be owned by Americans and pay daft wages to someone who gets their agent to play at Gung ho cowboy! Cant wait for the rearranged fixture when our pitch is cut up to bits!
nunu
03/12/2010 18:01:00
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According to the two clowns above (Teddy_KGB and nunu) they should let just about anyone into the Premire League :) :). I think they used to fine clubs for calling matches off in the Premier League for this type of reason did they not? And nunu...oh dear!..under-soil heating doesn't do all that :) it just keeps pitches unfrozen. If you want the rest of it you have to become the biggest club in the World :) then everyone wants to buy you - including Americans with no money of their own :) . The thing is that our club generates so much revenue that it won't be many years before our Americans are very rich indeed. Of course, I wish that I didn't have to help them get there...but idiots thinking that United are 'poor' are shoving their own head up their a*se. And those idiots who imply that under-soil heating will bankrupt their club...should probably be demonstrating against their club playing any higher than the Conference North!
The Red C
03/12/2010 18:37:00
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i think that they should do it at the opponents pitch but if their pitch is froson the game is defently off
bart615
04/12/2010 14:31:00
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Oh well, we will have to save it for another time. Wouldn't it of been more logical though to play Blackpool at home instead and then when they were due to play at OT play at the Blackpool game instead?
TheFamousNo7
04/12/2010 17:26:00
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bart615
05/12/2010 13:18:00
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