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Old 22-10-2007, 21:03   #1
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Default Would you stop supporting Depor if we get relegated?

I think our possible relegation would definetly influence the number of Depor supporters.I am afraid with empty budget and such unexperienced squad these days might not be far away

P.S: Sorry guys, I became so pessimistic after the latest defeat from Valencia
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Old 22-10-2007, 21:09   #2
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What kind of question is this?
Off course I will stay supporting Deportivo!

But don't be affraid, I have the confidence we won't suffer on the present season, at least there are worst teams, more specifically: Levante, Valladolid, Betis and Athletic (if they don't fire Caparros )
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Old 22-10-2007, 21:17   #3
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No.

Mind you, IF it did happen, there could be some interesting trips for away games

Now can we lock this thread.

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Old 22-10-2007, 21:43   #4
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I would not stop supporting - but it might be a bit less interesting. Because, it will be more difficult to watch games (if not impossible) - but I hope this site and others will continue to update us then
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mods should have a new feature : "make thread disapear"
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We already have trouble with getting our shirts... Imagine we're a Segunda team,even Deportienda and Ekipos would give up from Depor
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Old 22-10-2007, 21:52   #7
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I am proposing to open a new thread

"The most silly question on the forum".

I think this might win it
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Old 22-10-2007, 22:20   #8
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I am proposing to open a new thread

"The most silly question on the forum".

I think this might win it

I agree. What sort of question is this Molinafan.

Depor is in our blood. Up down downer.
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i'll keep supporting this team forever no matter what happens
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Old 22-10-2007, 23:58   #10
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ofcourse we wouldnt stop supporting depor!!
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Are you kidding?

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I will never stop supporting Depor. You can't just leave a team when they need you the most, because then you've never been a real fan.
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What kind of answers are expected here? I'm convinced that many indeed will 'stop' supporting Deportivo. It happens with many clubs and Depor isn't different. It would say a lot about those 'supporters'. If you're only interested in results, go after the big boys and along with the flow. But those won't mention it here.

We have been mediocre to poor between 2004 and now so playing in Segunda won't be that much of a difference. Bigger clubs have experienced it before, but I don't have the feeling it'll happen to us this season or in the next years.
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Yes, if the Depor name change to Celta.
Just kidding, of course i will stay supporting my beloved Deportivo.
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Quote:
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If you're only interested in results, go after the big boys and along with the flow.

This topic is ridiculous even to discuss it as many have already said.
The key for me is in this Leon's statement.

This "going with the flow" thing, exists, but not for depor fans! This is sth usual for Milan, or Real Madrid fans, or late Chelsea fans. But being a Depor fan, means that you are far more conscious, on why you are a Depor fan, so this thing doesn't stop to exist by a relegation....

However, i'm not leaving in a dream, there will be few people who will lose interest....
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