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I havent seen a party atmosphere from rovers fans for quite a while at rovers games, the last one i remember being spurs away in the league when a lot of people dressed up and took loads of balloons and inflatables.

Anyone up for a party on the last game at birmingham, looking as though no european football so may as well have a laugh :rolleyes:

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=12159303156

Sunday sees us visit the biggest club in the premier league, they go by the name of birmingham, from the second city of England.

This season has seen lots of ups and downs for big club, they started off ok, and looked a good bet for safety early 2008 but have then suffered a nose dive down south which would make the porn barons proud elsewhere. However with the exit from steve bruce, the porn barons threw their dummys away AGAIN!!!. Now they wager a war on small club wigan and small time manager Steve Bruce who still owes big club 300k for image rights.

The rivalry between Big club and small club rovers began in the winter of 2005. He wanted to move closer to his mummy and daddy. However big club thought he had been tapped up by the welsh fair hair wizard mr Hughes. The porn barons then suffered another bout of wind and threw those dummies out again and started whinging. Making the most of savage still being at the club by making him train with the academy and forcing him into the reserves, where he got abuse from retarded birmingham fans. This was the beginning of the end. Come get me Mr Hughes, my welsh idol.

Mr hughes came and went, savage in tow. Birmingham now started whinging big time, why has he moved to a smaller club? this is unbelivable. However big club got relegated the season after (i think) and they became the biggest club outside the premier league.

Now they are back in the premier league as one of the biggest clubs, but shockingly they are set to go down if they cannot win against this small club called rovers. Every fan in the premier league is shocked that we could lose such a big club.

On the other hand Small club blackburn are heading for europe if they can gain a win at st andrews and Big clubs rivals fail to win at another massive club called west ham.

Rovers have sold out a week early for this clash, despite the £35 fee for this big club. Hopefully a lot of fans will be taking fancy dress and inflatables to make it a great day out in the sun.

Rovers have no huge injury worries, and should have a full squad available

One to watch, zante for big club, on loan from some egyptian team.

Other than that they are quite pish

Ex rovers; Damien Johnson, Martin `i break legs` Taylor

Ex Brum; David dunn

(cant think of any others, sure their is tho)

Let the battle commence

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at the valley a few seasons ago, it was our last away game and we took loads of inflatables.

we won 2-0 too, reid and bellamy scored i think. the next game at ewood we beat chelsea 1-0 and qualified for europe :)

as for birmingham, a suggestion would be to dress up as dildo's or something along the porno theme but then we would just look like a bunch of pricks :lol:

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All turn up in supercars? I think a Sav theme would be well funny. Last chance before we have to find something else to wind them up about

No in little fiat punto's!

or we could all go as David Dunn's, with crutches and throw pies on the pitch.

or Tiny Taylor, all dressed up as red cards.

I think that's it for ex-player references. :xmas:

you dont need to dress up ;)

:lol:

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Im up for this, especially if Birmingham can be sent down on that day. Im praying we send them down, hate them

Think you better go as a boxer or similar Hughesy - because if we relegate them then prepare to have to use your gloves

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No in little fiat punto's!

or we could all go as David Dunn's, with crutches and throw pies on the pitch.

or Tiny Taylor, all dressed up as red cards.

I think that's it for ex-player references. :xmas:

:lol:

I think you really need medical help- the Alzheimers has obviously kicked in very early. ;) DAVID DUNN IS NOT AN EX-PLAYER. Remember, we bought him back over a year ago? Remember, he's been the driving force behind our recent wins, and when we've missed him we haven't done very well?

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No in little fiat punto's!

or we could all go as David Dunn's, with crutches and throw pies on the pitch.

or Tiny Taylor, all dressed up as red cards.

I think that's it for ex-player references. :xmas:

:lol:

Unless some bright spark can come up with a costume for the "why the bloody hell did we ever sell him" that goes through my mind every time I watch Damien Johnson :)

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I think you really need medical help- the Alzheimers has obviously kicked in very early. ;) DAVID DUNN IS NOT AN EX-PLAYER. Remember, we bought him back over a year ago? Remember, he's been the driving force behind our recent wins, and when we've missed him we haven't done very well?

He is actually an ex Birmingham player that plays for us, the relationship works both ways, thus the Savage reference, although that's ended so last chance saloon kicks in!

Yes he has been bloody brilliant for us but It's called having fun at the expense of a Bigger Club, which Birmingham obviously are. So reminding them how they managed to keep him injured for 4 years and then we turn him back into a force inside a year may be quite good.

I don't hear your suggestions!!! :tu:

Si does Damien get a game for them thesedays? Brum fans i know wanted him out the door when they came up as he was a little aggressive.

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Si does Damien get a game for them thesedays? Brum fans i know wanted him out the door when they came up as he was a little aggressive.

He played last night, he also committed a Martin Tayloresque type tackle.

I'm surprised the commentator didn't spot the common denominator - both brought through the ranks at Dirty Blackburn Rovers.

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Could be also be Tugay's last game for the club - so i think a Turkish theme may be cool.

Rovers have again punched above their weight, so we should celebrate the fact we have had yet another successful season. There is a very fine line with a club like ourselves in one season finishing 6th and the next battling relegation - look at Bolton.

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Could be also be Tugay's last game for the club - so i think a Turkish theme may be cool.

Rovers have again punched above their weight, so we should celebrate the fact we have had yet another successful season. There is a very fine line with a club like ourselves in one season finishing 6th and the next battling relegation - look at Bolton.

Completely agree with the Tugay suggestion. Wurzel Gummage wigs all round!

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