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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbit View Post
    Guys sorry but can someone link me to the video of the AZ fans screaming Alirezas name to the Seven Nation Army song. I know it was posted in the AZ thread but I can't seem to find it or remember who posted it. I remember the video had a Dutch title. Thanks

    Edit: I have found this video but I believe there was a longer version of this?
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    To all the Brighton fans who have joined this forum, please if you’re reading this, make sure to chant this at the stadium when you see Alireza score. I know it will make him happy!

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    I think that tune has been tainted by Crystal Palace (our rivals) so doubtful we'd adopt that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iranianarsenal11 View Post
    Baba stop acting like u were born in leicester or grew up there lmfao
    Boro benim baba at least when I support a club I stick with it. You support the eagles when you born in Washington D.C. I was talking about the rule with Agha Gorgu anyhow...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seagull View Post
    I think that tune has been tainted by Crystal Palace (our rivals) so doubtful we'd adopt that.
    How did such rivalry begin with Crystal Palace?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoorad View Post
    How did such rivalry begin with Crystal Palace?
    From Wiki:

    Crystal Palace have a fierce rivalry with Brighton & Hove Albion which did not develop until Palace's relegation to the Third Division in 1974, reaching its height when the two teams were drawn together in the first round of the 1976–77 FA Cup. The game went to two replays, but the controversy was based on referee Ron Challis ordering a successful Brighton penalty be retaken because of Palace player encroachment. The retake was saved, Palace won the game 1–0 and a fierce rivalry was born.

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    Look at the fields Jahanbakhsh was playing on ... to where he is now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AliDaeiClone View Post
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    Much more to it than that. Rivalry occurred a long time before when both clubs played each other Division 3 South. A hundred competitive games between the clubs, joined by a quick railway journey,

    Fair to say the rivalry increased in the late 1970s and the incident in wiki was just one of many.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perseus View Post
    Much more to it than that. Rivalry occurred a long time before when both clubs played each other Division 3 South. A hundred competitive games between the clubs, joined by a quick railway journey,

    Fair to say the rivalry increased in the late 1970s and the incident in wiki was just one of many.
    How intense is the rivalry though? Is it anywhere as intense as the other derbies of the leauge?

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    Greetings everyone from David in Brighton we are delighted (understatement) to have Ali on board!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoorad View Post
    How intense is the rivalry though? Is it anywhere as intense as the other derbies of the leauge?
    it's very intense. you'll love it!

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