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Old 09-14-2012, 03:27 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Default Re: Happiest/Saddest/Angriest times of being a sports fan?

Happiest: (Everton last won the league on May 4th 1987, which was the day I was born, so I can't even say that.) surviving relegation against Wimbledon and Coventry I was perhaps too young the even still to enjoy. I would say I have been most happiest doing the Posnan back to City supporters when we came from behind at Goodison to win 2-1. Also, A LOT of the performances at the Olympics and Paralympics have made me happy this year. As well, watching my brother save last minute penalties or just play superbly probably outshine the rest.

Saddest: Gary Speed, Owen Hart, Eddie and any defeat on derby day.

Angriest: Rustu kicking an England players head off against Turkey about 8 years ago. I was so drunk, as where we all, and I think if we could have made it to arustu we may have beheaded him haha. I sobered up and got over it quickly though,
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