Discussion in 'Manchester United Forum' started by ralphie88, Jan 19, 2010.
Enough of the wums cider.
Dead in the water. Even less today than last match and it was pretty chilly today.
This campaign is dead now, even the Caf logo has got rid.
Never noticed that till you posted, thats a shame
Red Football must be happy.
I don't even see much Red these days.
About all you have to say these days after weeks of silly Glazer spin, hopefully this is a temporary measure on the part of redcafe
"Green and Gold till the novelty wears off" doesn't have the same ring to it
''Green and Gold till the campaign grows old''
We're doomed, we've all worn Green and Gold to reject our famous red and now we're fed up with being called Norwich City fans so we've rejected that but now we're left in Limbo! I vote for a new colour, mauve.
Fair enough lets ask the powers that be for a poll then, we will show you what a sad small bunch the Glazer apologists are
I'd say that the powers that be have voted with the caf logo, Crerand.
A poll. If the majority of posters dont want it fair enough, I suppose a poll scares you?
The very mention of the word sets my boots a'quaking.
This isn't a democracy.
Basically we mirror what's happening at Old Trafford. It's so last season.
GG was fun and served a purpose whilst it lasted.
I think the technical term for what this is would be a cafocracy.
No so it would seem, forgive me if I give GCHQ'S, Ciders and the rest of the Glazer crew's celebration party a miss. I still challenge you to have a poll nobody of course can make you as you say it aint a democracy, bit like MUFC atm
GG was a campaign against the Tyrants who are destroying this club and they are still here just like last season. We should be increasing our efforts not stepping back which is what the Glazers are praying for. They have let two great players leave this club with the all the financial gain to themselves this trend will continue
True and true.
This is the biggest shame for me - nowadays people are made to feel like it is a bad thing to wear the famous colours of Manchester United - very sad
"We'll keep the RED flag flying high,
Because Man United will never die."
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