This board is pretty boring whenever there aren't big events like footy WC/Euro, olympics or big Champions League games going on
>>91472213Hans why the fuck did you bump a dead thread
>>91470301Well, that's post 2012/2013 for you. It has been successfully killed off by the mods.
>>91472213It's not a selfie you faggot kraut I don't have spongebob shades, mine are peppa pig
>>91472259This and the generals have basically sterilized /sp/
>a board about sporting events is best during the eventswoah
Shame there are no africans or asians on /sp/
Don't worry, UEFA Nations League is coming back.
Unironically true.>>91472293If there weren't generals the whole catalog would be wojack and frogposts like every other board
>>91472720It's just 3 days and 4 matches
>>91470301You can thank the dumblrinas and redditurds who hung out on /q/ 24/7 begging for more moderation on /sp/ because bro-culture triggered them.
>>91470301Because American sports with their ridiculous team names are more noticeable. It's like at 04:00, this place is a fucking snoozefest. American /sp/ is shocking.
>>91470301R*ddit culture and the jannies killed /sp/. If the jannies didn't cuck everyone and let generals exist, add flags and ban people having fun /sp/ would still be one of the big boards
>>91479722>he doesn't know that real nigga hours used to be the best time on /sp/
>>91479722> I don't like the sports so the posts don't countburgerbros, will this Nigel understand what I'm saying, or completely miss the point and post something irrelevant?
>>91479722>their ridiculous team namesIt's the English football club names that are ridiculousThey're so fucking generic and soullessIt's always [placename] + meaningless buzzword like [city/town/united] + fc
>>91480676Town/City/United are not meaningless buzzwords. They signify whether a team is located in a city, a town, or at some point united with another team. Ironically your use of "meaningless buzzword" is completely meaningless, and a buzzword.
>>91480747Majority of "United" are not merger clubs, it's only because the cool clubs used it so others followedIt has the same meaning as "Together". You'd laugh if you saw either in a club name, for example "Manchester Together Football Club". You're just used to the name "United">They signify whether a team is located in a city, a townLiterally who cares about that in the football contextIt doesn't say anything about the club and is redundant when you already have the placename in the name