Feb 282013
 

Independent Manchester United supporters group, Stretford End Flags, have today revealed the plans for proceedings ahead of their club’s Champions League game against Real Madrid. Having mocked rival clubs for years for their plastic flags, United will now join the ranks of the plastic flag brigade.

Plastic flags for plastic fans?

 Posted by at 9:32 pm

  7 Responses to “PICTURE: Manchester United join Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur in plastic flag brigade”

  1. [...] fans have regularly mocked the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs digging out the plastic flags for the “big” occasions but now we have joined the plastic [...]

  2. [...] fans have regularly mocked the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs digging out the plastic flags for the “big” occasions but now we have joined the plastic [...]

  3. Fuck off Tufty

  4. They’ll be on sale on ebay next wednesday after Madrid destroy them!

  5. A trolling report designed to antagonise. ALL clubs do it!! Bradford and Swansea in CO Cup. Madrid do it every year, Barcalona love a mosaic or two. Celtic did it this year against Barcelona and everyone goes wow what an atmosphere. The problem is we live in a health and safety world, fans are not allowed to bring in their own flags unless they are fireproof. Also, if clubs want to be picky, they can ban fans for copyright infringement as they are using club crests etc. No one likes it, but we live in a plastic world.

  6. “Plastic flags for plastic fans” lmao. The only flaw in that argument is that most of them don’t even watch the games on TV let alone know the way to Old Trafford…..

  7. [...] fans have regularly mocked the likes of Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs digging out the plastic flags for the “big” occasions but now we have joined the plastic [...]

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