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#1 GoldfishMemory

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Posted 25 Jan 2006 - 16:37

I love matchday all the atmosphere and a good drinking session most weeks :D

I go to various local pubs before the game and then meet up in the County on county road after with my uncles, brother & cousin. Because we meet up so far from the ground there is never any pre or post match atmosphere to soak up.

So do you go for a drink before or after the game, if so which pubs are best for a matchday sing song?
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#2 Lower Gwladys

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Posted 25 Jan 2006 - 16:46

The Royal Oak on County road aint to bad for atmosphere. Same with the winslow or the albert.
Wetherspoons is decent for a quiet drink.
The worst is probably the clock face
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Posted 25 Jan 2006 - 16:49

Theres no bad boozers, just some are better than others. ;)
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#4 Lower Gwladys

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Posted 25 Jan 2006 - 16:53

true

BRING BACK THE BLUE HOUSE
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#5 GoldfishMemory

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Posted 25 Jan 2006 - 16:54

true

BRING BACK THE BLUE HOUSE

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Whatever happened to the blue house? was fookin great in there!
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#6 rowlo-efc

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Posted 25 Jan 2006 - 23:13

Whatever happened to the blue house? was fookin great in there!

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Go to the top house - top blue pub and it has a massive certificate from bluekipper naming it as a top blue ale'ouse!

its quality and always rammed on match day!
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#7 StevO

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Posted 26 Jan 2006 - 00:20

if you want atmosphere go to the wilmslow, but pay the quid to tony on the door to go to the "official" supporters club upstairs. (im sure the quid goes towards some local kids team/EITC?) will get great atmosphere, singin the usual chants, and always an ex player/legend or two. after the newcastle game i nearly got in a fight with ronney goodlass, who happened to be with shae neary, while i was havin a conversation with john bailey, who stole my Everton wristband. best day of my life!
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Posted 26 Jan 2006 - 17:57

The Bluehouse got closed down for two reasons
1) started the trouble when united came to Goodison in the cup
2) the nite of the red shite's 6 minute match (the champ league final) a red shite fan started shouting the odds outside the pub and got battered to death
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Posted 27 Jan 2006 - 14:13

The Bluehouse got closed down for two reasons
1) started the trouble when united came to Goodison in the cup
2) the nite of the red shite's 6 minute match (the champ league final) a red shite fan started shouting the odds outside the pub and got battered to death

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Well, why would you go and shout the odds, on your own, outside of a rivals pub? This guy must have been a bit of a moron to do something so stupid.
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#10 StevO

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Posted 28 Jan 2006 - 09:03

of course he was stupid, he was a kopite! :P
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