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"Chris, this guy seems awesome! Do you think we can get him to NY?"


Read entire article, you'll enjoy it.

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"Chris, this guy seems awesome! Do you think we can get him to NY?"


Read entire article, you'll enjoy it.

http://delcotimes.co...iewmode=default

Its hard to believe weve only been here two years. It feels like this team has been around 10 years.


something something Philly fans manufacturing something

whatever
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something something Philly fans manufacturing something

whatever


as opposed to the organic, grassroots, working class football culture that surrounds YOUR New York Red Bulls :lol:
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as opposed to the organic, grassroots, working class football culture that surrounds YOUR New York Red Bulls :lol:


at least the support behind the goal of RBNY is multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and bi-lingual, as opposed to the wonderbread-ness of the SOBs.

Also, you always mention that the community down there supports the Union. I don't see many black folks down there that do, either on TV or in person. Did you just mean every community EXCEPT the one that resides near the stadium?

Don't worry, I don't expect an answer with respect to the question I posed, cuz you won't have one.

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I don't care about NYCFC or the Cosmos.  I only care about Metro.  So MOTHERFUCK those two teams.

 


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as opposed to the organic, grassroots, working class football culture that surrounds YOUR New York Red Bulls :lol:

but the supporters groups, especially ESC has been around longer than people in philly knew that soccer existed. move there. take your shop and move it to chester that will be very organic and supporting the local community surrounding the stadium :rolleyes:
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http://delcotimes.co...iewmode=default

Link 404ing now.

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at least the support behind the goal of RBNY is multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and bi-lingual, as opposed to the wonderbread-ness of the SOBs.

Also, you always mention that the community down there supports the Union. I don't see many black folks down there that do, either on TV or in person. Did you just mean every community EXCEPT the one that resides near the stadium?

Don't worry, I don't expect an answer with respect to the question I posed, cuz you won't have one.



The melting pot behind the goal (at RBA) is great, but not sure why you would think that makes it any better than in Philadelphia. The attendees at PPL are reflective of the community and the economy. Support for the Union has no racial or religious boundaries.
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Support for the Union has no racial or religious boundaries.

Geographic, either! :lol:

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Support for the Union has no racial or religious boundaries.


I've seen guys with Skrewdriver and SS tattoos in SOB and the Illegitimates. So...
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I've seen guys with Skrewdriver and SS tattoos in SOB and the Illegitimates. So...



Those guys can't have much fun living in Philadelphia :lol:
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Those guys can't have much fun living in Philadelphia

Well. like most PU fans, they probably don't.

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Those guys can't have much fun living in Philadelphia :lol:

Applying what you applied to us, they're not a Philadelphia team anyway.

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at least the support behind the goal of RBNY is multi-cultural, multi-ethnic and bi-lingual, as opposed to the wonderbread-ness of the SOBs.

Also, you always mention that the community down there supports the Union. I don't see many black folks down there that do, either on TV or in person. Did you just mean every community EXCEPT the one that resides near the stadium?

Don't worry, I don't expect an answer with respect to the question I posed, cuz you won't have one.


why you always hatin on us pale faced fuckers?
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The melting pot behind the goal (at RBA) is great, but not sure why you would think that makes it any better than in Philadelphia. The attendees at PPL are reflective of the community and the economy. Support for the Union has no racial or religious boundaries.


I thought it was to reflect the "COMMUNITY" of that region? Let alone the city/town that surrounds it. The attendees by the looks of it, especially the SG, reflect just one of the communities down there, not all. Considering Phildelphia is in a region of the country (norheast/mid-atlantic) where there are lots of differing cultures and backgrounds, the support there HARDLY reflects that.

DC doesn't have that issue, and neither do we. As much as I despise your former favorite MLS team, DC United, they have my respect in that they draw from ALL of the community, just not one in particular.

RIP Guillermo Romulo, Alexander Francis Orig and Celenio Eleazar.

 

I don't care about NYCFC or the Cosmos.  I only care about Metro.  So MOTHERFUCK those two teams.

 





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