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cmackenzie4
September 9, 2014, 5:11pm Report to Moderator

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When Town score?

My son and me jump for joy, in fact i lift him up and jump and down with him, i know my dad when he use to go would just nod his head and approve.

So how do you celebrate a goal?


Grimsby and proud!
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Marinerz93
September 9, 2014, 5:18pm Report to Moderator

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Well Chris, this is how I feel on the inside

[IMG]http://i61.tinypic.com/2upe8wn.gif[/IMG]

and this is how I look on the outside

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and when the opposition score this is how I feel

[IMG]http://i59.tinypic.com/vzyjux.gif[/IMG]


Supporting the Mighty Mariners for over 30 years, home town club is were the heart and soul is and it's great to be a part of it.

Jesus’ disciple Peter, picked up a fish to get the tribute money from it, Jesus left his thumb print on the fish, bless'ed is the Haddock.
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mariner91
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Depends very much on the goal itself and the settings. A good goal against Lincoln and I jump around like a mentalist shouting nonsense.


Grimsby till I die.
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always end up hugging someone when its a big goal!
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I stand up as quickly as possible to give my crushed legs some relief.  Legroom is not the greatest in BP.  #bringbackstanding


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I'm not quite sure what I do. Definitely straight on my feet but after that it can be a bit of a blur..... Especially if it is in a big game
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I smile for a second and firmly shake the hand of the gentleman next to me!


Fentys out
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I jump around like a nut case and spend the rest of the game looking for my phone and keys!!!
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I play football Saturdays in Devon so I get to see the results in whatever club house we end up at. Usually when I see the result I shout " get in!" If we've won and people look at me strangely and wonder who I'm cheering at so I tell them!
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Few years ago I celebrated that hard at Sincil Bank when Hearn got our second I went rolling down the stairs in front of Lincolns finest.
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I miss the old days in the pontoon, whenever we scored everyone just surged forward into a big heap of bodies at the bottom of the stand. Now it is all seating celebrating a goal is far too civilised. But still in a big game the feeling of euphoria sends you crackers. I think mariners93 videos sums it up perfectly for me


CLAP
CLAP
CLAP CLAP CLAP CLAP
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cmackenzie4
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I miss them old days of standing in the pontoon too mate, great days! I was only a young lad then and would always end up getting squashed near the bottom.


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mariner tommy
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Quoted from lukeo
I play football Saturdays in Devon so I get to see the results in whatever club house we end up at. Usually when I see the result I shout " get in!" If we've won and people look at me strangely and wonder who I'm cheering at so I tell them!


And you're a season ticket holder ?
How do you manage that then ?

UTM


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grimsby pete
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I just embarrass my grandkids who are with me,

BUT

They know how much I love the club,

So they put up with me.


                           Over 32 years living in Suffolk but always a mariner.
                           64 Years following the Town
                           Michael Jolley's  Black and White Army.

 
                            
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mariner tommy
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Quoted from grimsby pete
I just embarrass my grandkids who are with me,

BUT

They know how much I love the club,

So they put up with me.


I'm the same Pete, my missus thinks I'm mad, and she's probably right.

But, before she organises anything she checks to see where town are first.

UTM


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grimsby pete
September 9, 2014, 7:08pm Report to Moderator

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Quoted from mariner tommy


I'm the same Pete, my missus thinks I'm mad, and she's probably right.

But, before she organises anything she checks to see where town are first.

UTM


My wife was a season ticket holder when I introduced her to the love of Grimsby Town in the late 70's,

She enjoyed watching Bobby Cumming and the rest of the local lads when we enjoyed a lot of success,

Now however she just thinks I am mad to care about a club that has dropped down so much,

I just remind her, I have loved Grimsby Town longer than I have loved her,

She now excepts she is not my only love.


                           Over 32 years living in Suffolk but always a mariner.
                           64 Years following the Town
                           Michael Jolley's  Black and White Army.

 
                            
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MeanwoodMariner
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I cup my hands behind my ears and run towards the Town fans as they've given me quite a bit of stick over the last year.
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Quoted from MeanwoodMariner
I cup my hands behind my ears and run towards the Town fans as they've given me quite a bit of stick over the last year.


I'm dead       


ATAW
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Quoted from mariner tommy


And you're a season ticket holder ?
How do you manage that then ?

UTM


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Being the grumpy Upper Findus illegitimate I am I mostly just clap after an inward fist pump (oo-er) nowadays. Different for derby games, cup games or important goals.
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September 10, 2014, 12:48am Report to Moderator
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listening on the radio at home, it's two hands straight in the air, very loud clap so the neighbours can hear, then a punch in the air.

At games, I wait for the second to go in...
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Quoted from lukeo
I play football Saturdays in Devon so I get to see the results in whatever club house we end up at. Usually when I see the result I shout " get in!" If we've won and people look at me strangely and wonder who I'm cheering at so I tell them!


Where in Devon mate? Staying just outside newton abbot/Torquay for a week. Found the gulls fans pretty spot on. Most stopping for a chat while others just stare at the shirt (worn one every day) and look aghast that anyone would support town


All I needed was the love you gave

All I needed for another day

And all I ever knew

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