Monday, 25 August 2014

Sheffield United Fans Advised to Stay Away

Two bloody relegations, yes I said TWO!!

As the most eye catching clash of this round of the Capital One Cup draws ever-closer, plans for many fans have been scuppered by a health alert advising Blades fans to protect their mental well being by avoiding the psychologically-treacherous encounter.

While Hammers fans practise a variety of hilarious taunts and rehearse other forms of healthy banter to 'engage'  their Northern visitors, top sports psychobabbleologist - Dr Hansi Von Stressbasher - has warned that Sheffield United fans are almost certainly facing into a psychologically-humiliating encounter as they take on the Premiership big boys. Dr Von Stressbludgeoner who is a certified mindlessness therapist, has pointed out that the Blades are not even a second rate outfit as they in fact inhabit the third tier of English football.

Some Tevez Cash get's put to good use by a blade
However, even though it is hoped that most sane Sheffield United fans will stay at home, trauma-counselling will be stepped up throughout the East London area as after so much disappointment many Blades fans are likely to attend as they are now addicted to trauma after double relegations - a theory that explains why some folk tend to repeatedly get themselves given a right good spanking.

"The Blades had a useful little run in the cup last year", he offered in a more than slightly patronising tone, "but this is a decent West Ham side who actually have something to play for and will want to keep their intelligent fans both highly amused and entertained".

West Ham have no particular injury problems to report amongst their expansive and highly talented squad. In contrast, having squandered the Tevez gazzillions, tragic Sheffield United are down to the bare bones.






17 comments:

  1. Is there an English version?

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  3. As a West Ham fan, I have to say this type of article is devoid of class and a waste of time. By all means take exception with the Sheffield United board over the Tevez saga, but why goad their fans? It would be a shame to have to block this site from the newsnow listing, however, articles such as this are crude, purile and embarrassing. (Don't protest that it is banter or tongue-in-cheek work either.)

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    1. I think Blades fans can handle a bit of banter -especially if it adds to the excitement before what has become a dull competition where the big boys field reserve or youth teams. The beauty of the cup is that it has the capavity to bring together old friends. This IS banter mate - harmless stuff that gives the blessed Blades a spotlight they have been denied for many years.

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    3. Ludicrous and hyperbolic. If that isnt banter what is? Its a dream tie for both clubs and their supporters...lets enjoy the rivalry and dont get all poe faced. If I was a blade id love being treated to this "abuse"

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    4. Indeed. A more objective analysis would suggest that with home advantage and a large and eager squad, West ham will trounce the League One midtablers.

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    5. It's about time you Hammers fans grew up and accepted the truth but it must hurt to support a deceitful club. Read the following article, accept the truth, stop the venom and smile - after all, the PL's 'punishment' did prevent you from being relegated.
      http://aunitedview.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/no-masking-blame-on-tevez.html

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    6. Banter = the playful and friendly exchange of teasing remarks.
      synonyms: repartee, raillery, ripostes, sallies, swordplay, quips, wisecracks, crosstalk, wordplay

      Curmudgeon = bad-tempered surly person; crank; sourpuss, old trout; One who is easily annoyed or angered and who often complains.

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    7. Agreed, this article isn't even funny, let alone worth reading!

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  4. you are the end of a phallus

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  5. What Blades fans fail to realise is that their obsessive view that West Ham are solely to blame for their relegation is the thing that rankles with WHU fans. Yes the previous management may well have acted inappropriately and were punished accordingly, but that is far from the only reason that Sheffield Utd were relegated and if ever there was motivation to get promoted it was the following season, with the parachute money and the West Ham money they were probably the best financed club in the championship but instead of getting back to where Sheffield fans felt that belonged they find themselves in footballs 3rd tier. It is human nature to put the blame elsewhere. Its probably time that Sheffield fans accepted that they simply were not good enough to play in the Premier League that season and havent proved good enough since. After all Blades fans did get their wish and a couple of seasons back and West Ham did get relegated but they proved they were worthy of a PL place by getting promoted the next season and are establishing themselves as a decent PL outfit. So despite all of the past recrimination's the current league positions of both clubs reflect the reality of the situation and really have nothing to do with the Tevez affair do they?

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    1. What a load of meaningless waffle!

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  6. and another site like this comes out of the woodwork again

    bottom feeders

    jog on
    prince

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  7. That's my Mum in the picture and she's got 2 dog
    s, one called Hammer and one called cheating lying cunt

    Prinston

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  8. Good result last night!

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