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Arrives in Ireland a few weeks ago , excited at the prospect of mixing it up with a city spoiled with party people , living in beautiful surroundings , drinking the best Guinness money can buy , enjoying his new role in employment , making new friends all in the company of the woman of his dreams .

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He just discovered theres more Liverpool fans in Dublin than in f***in g England.

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Arrives in Ireland a few weeks ago , excited at the prospect of mixing it up with a city spoiled with party people , living in beautiful surroundings , drinking the best Guinness money can buy , enjoying his new role in employment , making new friends all in the company of the woman of his dreams .

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He just discovered theres more Liverpool fans in Dublin than in f***in g England.

and the others follow Manure................... icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif

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Theyre everywhere.

Ive worked out in Ireland there are four types of football fan.

1 - Celtic Fans

2 - Liverpool Fans

3 - Man Utd Fans

4 - The rest.

though number 4 tend to go for Sunderland by the looks of it!

My Director has a stature of jesus in his office, holding his hands out. In one hand he has a Liverpool rosette, in the other a Celtic one. This is not a lie.

I havent yet been brave enough to tell him my two teams are Rangers & Chelsea icon_lol.gif

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My Director has a stature of jesus in his office, holding his hands out. In one hand he has a Liverpool rosette, in the other a Celtic one. This is not a lie.

Good lord. No pun intended. Good luck mate! Sounds like youre gonna need it with the lot of them.

Though I would venture to say that, owing to the jovial nature of the Irish people, you should be in for some healthy banter and badgering. But it sure beats waving your old firm allegiances up north!

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Done a gig a few years ago outside Dublin, all i was told was , theres a band on first then D.J. to finish , should be a big crowd . Wssnt wrong about the big crowd but never told me it was for The Co Louth Celtic supporters club 20th annaversary. When i got into the room, they were all standing in a circle holding hands , looking down on a big green flag with a picture of the pope on it. AND , half the supporters were either Liverpool fans or Man Yoooo fans in their spare time.

As for the Sunderland connection, well , thats Man Yoo supporters who cant let go Roy Keane .

Make your minds up lads.

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Man this thread is funny. What's hilarious is that most non Scottish Celtic fans you meet in Glasgow, they will tell you that their teams are Celtic and either Liverpool or Man Yoo. A lot of the Scottish celtic fans are like that too, but lot's of them also probably don't know where Liverpool or Manchester are on a Map......like most Man U fans

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My Director has a stature of jesus in his office, holding his hands out. In one hand he has a Liverpool rosette, in the other a Celtic one. This is not a lie.

I havent yet been brave enough to tell him my two teams are Rangers & Chelsea <!-- s:lol: --><!-- s:lol: -->

you should sneak in and switch them for a chelsea rangers combination

god will forgive you :D

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you should sneak in and switch them for a chelsea rangers combination

god will forgive you :D

Or in true Liverpool fashion you could nick the lot, take a dump on his desk and chin his secratery on the way out.

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see he should have abandoned the dirty south and came up north to to gods country. still a few scouse followin twats but a hell of alot more gers fans.

been up to belfast about 6 times in my year here and loved it every time. watched the scottish cup final in the royal bar, sandy row

we actually do a lot of shopping in newry too.

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