wiganworld home page
Home Photos of Wigan Stuff News What's on Classifieds Forum Communicate Guestbook Links
 Search    In association with  The Wigan Courier
 Messageboards
  General
  Places
  People
  wiganworld
  Sports
  Hobbies / Books
  History of Wigan
  Handbags
 
 
Interact
  Wigan ex-pats
  Wigan genealogy
 
 
Champions league.
Started by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse
First leg games kick off this evening in the last 16 of the champions league .

Pick of the two games is surely the Juve v Spurs one .

Anyone have any predictions for the eventual winner of the trophy .

Posted by: builderboy (1975) Report abuse
PSG might have a chance of upsetting 'the usual suspects'

Posted by: chatty (6076)  Report abuse
If it ain't to be England's most successful club then not too fussed as long as it's not one of those clubs that hasn't managed to win their domestic league in nearly 30 years or a club with no European pedigree to speak of!

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
i'l bet all the plastics 20 quid a piece trafford wont win it?

Posted by: broady (13565)   Report abuse
Ladbrokes currently showing United at 16/1. Are these the odds you are offering???

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
broady i dont class you as a plastic, my offer is a 20 quid straight bet..

Posted by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse
I know im taking a liberty but im having 4 against the field and had a few bob on each .

JUVE ,REAL MADRID AND P S G ..AND UTD OF COURSE..

Like what you say chatty..

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
A FOOL AND HIS MONEY SOON BE 3 OF THE 4 YOU PICKED OUT..

Posted by: jarvo (28450)  Report abuse
Manchester United are a spent force.

The awful defeat at lowly Newcastle sums up their decline.

And I don't think anyone in football is saddened by it.

Strange, isn't it?

Posted by: chatty (6076)  Report abuse
Move along jarvo this is a Champions League thread, nothing for you to see here lad.

Posted by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse
Yes move along jarvo.

We are talking champions league which is clearly way beyond your extremely limited comprehension.

Posted by: jarvo (28450)  Report abuse
You're clearly in awe of the blue half of Manchester, Grimsby, and it is very apparent in your bitter and silly comments.

City are planets ahead of Utd, on and off the field.

You'd better get used to it.

A long trophyless time is ahead for the red side of Manchester; a bit like Merseyside...

Go back to Blundell Park. It's a lot more exciting than the ghostly 'Old' Trafford...

Posted by: chatty (6076)  Report abuse
jarvo, Alanis wants a word.

Posted by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse
I am certainly not in awe of the berties ,never have ,never will be given utd are the most successful club in english football history.

Now trot along .

You are clearly out of your depth when football is discussed ,best described as clueless.

Posted by: jarvo (28450)  Report abuse
...Not much more success, methinks.

There is something mortally wrong at 'Old' Trafford. You can smell it.

Pogba and the other cast off from Arsenal, cannot turn things round. The Newcastle debacle had all the echoes of the Atkinson era...Gulp...

Remember that?

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
grimshaw living in the past again history BLAH BLAH BLAH

Posted by: basil brush (10165) Report abuse
Does pogba still play for utd?

Posted by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
basil from what i've seen he's never played for um,but he's excellent at funny handshakes going to the barbers and prancing about...

Posted by: jarvo (28450)  Report abuse
...Moses, Albiston, Duxbury, Hogg...

Atkinson's men.

World beaters...

NOT.

Posted by: chatty (6076)  Report abuse
grimshaw, do you ever find it amazing how many people are all consumed with Manchester United?
There's blokes who's team haven't won things since the black and white days, others who appeared when their team started to win things, some who don't even have a team.
They seem more concerned with United's welfare than United fans.
Love em or loath em, they can't ignore them.

Posted by: basil brush (10165) Report abuse
Wish I hadn't asked a serious question, now.

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
basil yes he still gets paid 300,000+ pounds per week to turn up for matches whether he plays or not is debatable,hope that helps..

Posted by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse
Spot on with your comments chatty ,

It is astounding ,not least astonishing that people are obsessed with utd.

Just waiting of confirmation regarding tickets for the cup game on saturday .

Probably a surprise to many that some of us actually go watch our team,especially those who purport to support their team but never actually go to watch them.

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
grimshaw see if you've got more luck than me,i'm sick of asking chatty to show is tickets but for some reason he never does,he's one of the never goes you talk about, prove me wrong chatty and post a pic of your match/airilne ticket for next week..

Posted by: broady (13565)   Report abuse
The Village idiot strikes again "wish I hadn't asked a serious question now" SERIOUS??? Anyone that doesn't know or can't find out the answer shouldn't even be prattling on a sports thread.

Posted by: peter g (1992)  Report abuse
Laughing Stock who do you support you never told us

Posted by: basil brush (10165) Report abuse
I'd of expected to hear more about him.

Boredy go and crawl back to WR to the people you use to follow around like a lost pup and stop ruining threads

Posted by: broady (13565)   Report abuse
Yes Sir. Anything you say.

Posted by: jarvo (28450)  Report abuse


Posted by: chatty (6076)  Report abuse
20 mile radius of Wigan, jarvos there!

Posted by: jarvo (28450)  Report abuse
...And you lot said that I did'nee go...

Tut, tut.

Posted by: chatty (6076)  Report abuse
You don't go very often if your making a song and dance about going to Preston.

Anyway is it your ticket or have you plagiarized that off the internet like you do the poems!

Posted by: jarvo (28450)  Report abuse
How do you come to that conclusion?

You know bugger all about me...

Posted by: jarvo (28450)  Report abuse

Posted by: chatty (6076)  Report abuse
I know what you tell me through your posts!

Posted by: chatty (6076)  Report abuse
Yea I remember you telling us you'd been to that one as well,
been to any you don't tell the world about?

Posted by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse
He would get a nose bleed if he ventured out of lancs chatty

Bet england to nothing the last time he was at wolves billy wright was trotting out to play.

He goes to a bertie game v wolves and suddenly he is a massive bertie fan.

Shallow dosnt begin to describe .

Posted by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse


In a recent interview the fabulous christiano payed massive tribute to the english club for giving him the best possible football education he could ever have wished for.

No prizes for naming the club he was referring to..

A clue .

It wasnt the berties.

Posted by: jarvo (28450)  Report abuse
Grimster:

I actually met the late great Billy Wright when I was a guest of my good mate John Harris.

It was a great honour.

Posted by: broady (13565)   Report abuse
For who?? You or Billy wright? Iím guessing you think Billy Wright.

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
grimshaw crowing about somebody whos been gone ages!! like i said living in the past because the futures BLUE..

Posted by: basil brush (10165) Report abuse
According to some of the rags he's unhappy at Utd and wants to leave.

Posted by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse
Jarvoista.

I would imagine it was a great honour to meet a captain of England.

Is that the one and only time .?..



Posted by: jarvo (28450)  Report abuse
Grimreaper:

We're talking about a legend here, lad.

A bit more respect methinks.

Posted by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse
Trot on jarvi boy .

In case its of any interest to you ive met english ,irish .welsh and not least scottish footie captains.the welsh one not a million miles from your residence on a gloomy monday evening when i had a terrific chat with him.

When it comes down to footie knowledge jarvi i hiss all over you without even trying

Posted by: laughing gravy (3790) Report abuse
aye alreet thats why you claimed pep had spent more than moanio! look how that turned out...

Posted by: jarvo (28450)  Report abuse
Grimly:

You been drinking, 'old' boy?

Posted by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse
Jarvimly.

Glenmoreangie single malt tell truth.

Strictly on docs orders old boy .

Posted by: jarvo (28450)  Report abuse
...I thought as much...

Posted by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse
Big game at stamford bridge this evening.

Will the fabulous messi finally break his duck when playing against chelsea or will hazard rule barca.

Had a small interest in messi scoring and the draw.

Posted by: broady (13565)   Report abuse
Good Luck with that!!!

Posted by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse
Broady.

Posted by: builderboy (1975) Report abuse
Messi scores and the game is a draw - well done!!!

Posted by: basil brush (10165) Report abuse
Good Luck with that!!!



Had a small interest in messi scoring and the draw.

Posted by: grimshaw (1152)  Report abuse
Brush.

Yes a messi goal and the draw.

Got me a good few sovs .

Love it .just love it.

Builder boy .

Posted by: basil brush (10165) Report abuse
Good call, you should have had a bet with boredy, show him how it's done

Oh, and its basil thanks

 
 
Back
 

 
Note: You must login to post a reply.
If you haven't registered, why not join now?. Registration is FREE!
 
 © 2018 wiganworld
Click here to read the privacy policy, disclaimer and copyright information.
Please contact us with your ideas, suggestions, moans or questions.