WHO Poll
Q: 2017/18 Watford (a)
a. Moyes first game & like the postman he'll deliver, win.
45%
  
b. A tough first game for Moyes it'll be a test alright & I expect a point, draw.
24%
  
c. Different day and it'll be the same shit, lose.
13%
  
d. We should be pleaed the football's back but after the last humiliation and the Board's ineptitude, my passion for WHU has been sucked out of me
14%
  
e. I can't wait me, I'm our biggest fan and once again will be down the Rub a Dub kitted out and belting out David Moysie's Blue & Claret Army, I know all the songs me
4%
  



Leonard Hatred 3:54 Wed Sep 13
Any Greek football enthusiasts on here?
I'll be in Athens for a few days next week, and whenever I get the opportunity, I enjoy taking in a match of association football.
AEK and Panathanaikos are both at home on the same day, so I can only choose one.
So, which one is more betterer?

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Nurse Ratched 10:18 Sun Sep 17
Re: Any GREEK football enthusiasts on here?
If 'Greek football enthusiasts' is a euphemism, my guess is: plenty.

pdbis 9:01 Sun Sep 17
Re: Any GREEK football enthusiasts on here?
I think Mr Popodopulopadopapopadous has left this site.

collyrob 1:10 Thu Sep 14
Re: Any Greek football enthusiasts on here?
Getting tickets can be a right pain in the ARIS.

Cheezey Bell-End 1:03 Thu Sep 14
Re: Any Greek football enthusiasts on here?
joe royal 5:52 Wed Sep 13


Giving or taking?

Alex G 11:30 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any Greek football enthusiasts on here?
Can you clarify your thread title please. Are you looking for someone who is Greek and is a football enthusiast, or someone who is an enthusiast for Greek football?

, 8:13 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any Greek football enthusiasts on here?
Len, get yourself down to Pireaus and watch an Olympiakos home game.

Far Cough 8:11 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any Greek football enthusiasts on here?
I can read Greek but I don't understand all the words although some can be worked out but yes I did look it up

eswing hammer 8:09 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any Greek football enthusiasts on here?
Was that easily deciphered?

Far Cough 7:53 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any Greek football enthusiasts on here?
Haha, Hatred needs one

eswing hammer 7:42 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any Greek football enthusiasts on here?
Χρειάζομαι ένα εισιτήριο για τον αγώνα

joe royal 5:54 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any Greek football enthusiasts on here?
I went to the Olympic stadium to watch England (1999?) was a bit soulless.

Think AEK was where I watched the U21s a day or so before, from memory it looked Irish, four leaf clovers and green seats.

joe royal 5:52 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any Greek football enthusiasts on here?
I'm a greek sex enthusiastic if that helps.

ray winstone 4:51 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any Greek football enthusiasts on here?
AEK were my team when I was there, the ne'er do wells of Greek football, Nikolaidis is a fucking LEGEND.

BubblesCyprus 4:45 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any GREEK football enthusiasts on here?
Panathanaikos are your best bet can be a bit mental though

P.S Whoever they are playing do not go in an away fans section.

Gavros 4:44 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any GREEK football enthusiasts on here?
if you get in Len, you can do a compare and contrast of the SIGHTLINES

Leonard Hatred 4:42 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any GREEK football enthusiasts on here?
Pana's gaff is only 16000 capacity.
AEK have the Olympic Stadium. 70000.

claret on my shirt 4:41 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any GREEK football enthusiasts on here?
Panathanaikos way bigger club these days

Far Cough 4:32 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any GREEK football enthusiasts on here?
Don't forget to say malaka which means thank you ;-)

Leonard Hatred 4:30 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any GREEK football enthusiasts on here?
Apparently foreigners can get a ticket if they show their passport.

Far Cough 4:27 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any GREEK football enthusiasts on here?
Panathinaikos

SnarestoneIron 4:01 Wed Sep 13
Re: Any GREEK football enthusiasts on here?
Hi LH, you'll struggle to get a ticket, you have to be a member, and require a Greek Tax Payer ID to become a member...blame the hooligans!

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