Brighton vs FC United: Not Wanting To Be 846th In Line

Ian

Ian began writing Twohundredpercent in May 2006. He lives in Brighton. He has also written for, amongst others, Pitch Invasion, FC Business Magazine, The Score, When Saturday Comes, Stand Against Modern Football and The Football Supporter. Ian was the first winner of the Socrates Award For Not Being Dead Yet at the 2010 NOPA awards for football bloggers.

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53 Responses

  1. surls says:

    Well done guys your team did you proud and your supporters also were a credit to the club,but I think Brighton were very professional in their approach to this match and their quality came through ,and had nothing but praise for FC Utd .
    PS Mr dole lite alias part timer,full timer etc etc your constant drivel and lack of knowledge never ceased to amaze me ,but people who posted did realise this and treated you with the contempt you rightly deserved, next time you post on sites try and find out about the club you are slatting and show a little respect just as Brighton showed respect for your club and what you stand for,but then I dont think you were a true FC Utd fan as the ones we met had no chips on their shoulders and just wanted to enjoy the occasion .So you can now go and crawl back under your stone until the next time you want to cause trouble.

  2. true/ manc says:

    WELL DONE BRIGHTON YOUR TEAM WAS TO STRONG FOR US WE PLAYED OUR BEST BUT WE GOT OUT PLAYED ON THE NIGHT BIG THANKS TO YOUR FANS THAT MADE THE TRIP WITH THE WEATHER SO BAD ON A MIDWEEK DAY JUST HOPE WE CAN KEEP SOME OF OUR PLAYERS AS MOST ONLY GET 80 POUNDS A WEEK I HOPE SOME TOP PREMIERSHIP PLAYERS LEARN FROM THIS ITS PLAYING FOR A TEAM NOT THE££££££££££ MONEY EG rooney good luck in the next round from fcum fanclub

  3. Steve says:

    Well done Brighton. You are an excellent football team and truly deserved to win. Wish you well in the next round and hope you get promoted.

    Despite the 0-4 result in the replay us FC United fans are truly proud of our team. In no way did the FC team let our fans down – we are proud of every one of them. The scoreline suggests that the match was one sided, but those that were there, know that the match was well contested. In any event, the game showed that the match experience is much more than just winning (though of course we would have preferred to win). We all enjoyed the craic and a great atmosphere – and the knowledge that this club is 100% owned by the fans – it’s our club – not the plaything of a carpet bagger.

    Hopefully FC can kick on from here and get our own stadium built, which will put the club in a stronger position to compete for a higher league position. To date the club’s share issue has raised £838k _+ £300k from our development fund. Very clearly this is a club that is here for keeps.

    Apart from the players, a great big thank you to Andy Walsh and all of our board (supporters in the truest sense of the word). The work you have done is truly magnificent. Suggest Andy Walsh should be created a Freeman of the City of Manchester

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