Just me that thought today was brilliant?

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    samabachan Banned

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    Football is about glory, it is about doing things
    Absolutely fantastic day of football, birlliant goals, huge wins, stirring comebacks, positions at every end of the table changing hands all through the final matchday and last minute drama - everything you could possibly ever wish for in a day of football, and why I love the sport so much.
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    Phil Full Member

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    Yup, just you.
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    Hated it. If you were a neutral or an ABU then I'm sure it was fantastic.
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    A great advert for the Premier League but I'm devastated still. Can't help but run through that last 5 minutes in my head, over and over.
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    Was terribly excellent till about 4.50pm.
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    Pogue Mahone Poster of the year 2008

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    Doubt it was just you. I'd say there's lots of City fans loved it too. QPR fans as well.

    Arsenal fans had a decent afternoon.

    All the rest, not so much.

    fecking awful day for United fans.
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    Cutch Shit stirrer (Literally)

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    Most unenjoyable 95 minutes i have ever sat through. Didnt enjoy a single bit of it. Didn't even cheer ours or QPRs goals cos still had a sick feeling that City would still nick it.
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    PSG will more than likely not be champions.That's a little consolation for me
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    I had a whale of a time.
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    Wasn't just about the league winners though. I was keeping a keen interest in Arsenal finishing 3rd (thankfully) and QPR surviving (i.e. an eye on the Bolton game).

    It was indeed an unbelieveable day of final day football. Being an ABU just put the cherry on a perfect day.
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    Pretty much. Don't forget the Liverpool fans who had a great day as well.
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    Brwned Have you ever been in love before?

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    The tension and excitement made it great fun as far as I'm concerned but I'd say there was just one thing more I could've wished for in a day of football...
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    TheReligion Abusive

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    Are you a United fan?

    If so, can I just say.... Oddball!
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    Except for when QPR went 2-1 up it was at best constant anxiety. This only got worse as the game neared its end with a feeling of hope that you couldn't quite believe. Utterly compounded by the fact that it wasn't entirely in our control no matter our efforts on he day.

    So...no.
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    Overall a pox, but for most of the second half my head was trying to keep my heart calm. Very very exciting.
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    It made me sicker than any football game I can remember.
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    adexkola American Arse

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    I'm a United supporter, but I was a football supporter first. It was bad for us, but overall a great day for the sport.
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    I'm sure if you replaced us and City and the same thing happened than it would have been one of our happiest moments ever, rightfully so, but for us as it happened it's just terrible, as it should be for all united fans. Sure its exciting for neutrals but when it's against your team it is horrible.. not sure how you could have enjoyed it. Unless your sort of a football first, United second sort of fan (nothing wrong with that, just saying).
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    It was no doubt absolutely exciting but I wonder if Chelsea fans found the 08 CL final penalty shoot out brilliant as well. To me today had the same kind of excitement and nerves as that did but a completely different result which is why I don't think it was great at all!
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    RyanGoggs Insists on dating women in public places - for the

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    Absolutely sickening day of football and hated every minute. I knew exactly what was going to happen and it was akin to torture
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    I mean it's our equivalent of City here.There are many recent PSG fans who have joined their boat since the Arabs took over with all their money.It's been a painful season to listen to their gloating.feck them
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    I have no idea either, yet.
    For about 3 minutes I was fecking sure we had it. I was happy as feck just then.
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    Was a very weird experience, switching between games, i literally didn't know what to do with my self, wasn't enjoyable in the slightest, but i can imagine from a neutral prospective it was epic.
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    Ole's_toe_poke Ole_Aged_Slow_Poke

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    Probably a brilliant day for fans of all clubs other than

    Man Utd
    Bolton
    Newcastle
    Aston Villa
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    One of the worst days of my life
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    I was resigned to us losing before the day even started (or rather to city winning) and that's exactly what happened, so not really lost out on anything. And we have won so much in the last few years i find myself struggling to assign the importance to these things that i did in, say 06/07. It's also a matter of time before City started doing this considering the amounts of money they are ploughing in, so I struggle to get that worked up about it. Would have been much worse if it was Liverpool doing that to us on the last day, or even maybe Arsenal.
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    Pogue Mahone Poster of the year 2008

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    A "perfect day" when the team you support get beaten yet again, putting the seal on an abject league campaign?

    You're such a massive spastic, you really are. You know it's possible for you to support Liverpool without making absolutely everything about Manchester United?
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    I know where you're coming from. Looking back, it was actually a great ruined totally in four minutes. Let's be honest, how did we all react to finding out QPR were in front? I didn't even have it in me to shout, I was just bouncing making some bizarre high-pitched noise. I was in utter disbelief. That feeling of hope and belief is what we love, and it all got snatched away from us (I still hate typing that out.), but that's what football's about. Let's be honest, it's been one of the most exciting seasons we've had. Playing Stoke, finding out Darron Gibson of all people put them in front. Playing West Brom, finding out Luke Moore had won it. Watching us lose at home to the bottom side, only to see City pummel Sunderland and lose. It's been an exciting season, and a really exciting day, exciting to the point where it was nervousness, and not a pleasant kind, but it is why we all love football, for the drama. We love the last minute winners, especially as they usually go our way, today it just wasn't to be.

    I hope I never feel like this again mind.
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    It might not be. It's not just him.
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    Bryan_Munich Aka RichieRich12

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    It was amazing, but with a horrible ending. If we ended up winning it, it would probably be one of the sweetest moments for a while concidering the emotions that ran wild during the 95 minutes.
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    Pogue Mahone Poster of the year 2008

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    1-0 to Swansea.

    The useless, racist cnuts.
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    moses control

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    And the previous weeks. IF we won it would have been amazing, which is why it fecking hurt so much when they scored.
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    moses control

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    I almost felt sorry for KKK last week when he was trying to convince the owners not to sack him in his press conference using inter cert accountancy. Almost.
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    It went from one of the best feelings you'll ever have in your life to one of the worst (I'm young so this might be an overstatement, but that's how it felt).

    It's an experience that's for sure, I suppose it makes life interesting.

    Think I'd rather Aguero had shot wide though...
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    Waltraute She-Devil

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    An absolutely indescribable horror.

    Worst day of my football supporting life without a shadow of a doubt, and probably in the top 5 of worst days ever.
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    Red Devil 26 Premature Examination

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    I wasn't at all fussed about todays fixtures during the week, as I, like most presumed it would be a routine win for City. Very much concurred with another thread on here, that it felt like the season had finished. That blasé attitude would have remained today if City had comfortably dispatched QPR.

    But it's the hope that fecking kills and it turns out I was sobbing like a bitch when Aguero scored the winner.
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    How can any United fan say today was brilliant?

    No offence, but feck off.
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    antohan gets aroused by tagline boobs

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    The finale was horrendous but the 90+ minutes before were great considering we had been down and out all week.

    Overall, it is gutting for us but once again the final day of the Premier League is a nail-biting affair across several games, all interlinked.

    I have never seen another league that consistently delivers that, it is what makes the Premier League awesome and so much more enjoyable to win when we do win it (something we really cannot complain about!!!).

    If anything, the way it ended will make people remember who came second, only on fecking goal difference, without spunking hundreds of millions of pounds to compete.

    Let's face it, the worst place to be is not where we are -upsetting as those last few minutes were- the worst place to be is being a Liverpool fan, not having any skin in it, nothing to play for for weeks and getting beat by Swansea for good measure.

    Now THAT would be shite.

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