Literally everyone has one of those teams that they just can’t stand. Why? The fans. There are certain fans around the country that feel like they are entitled to success and respect due to their team’s former stature – and these are the five that think they’re the dogs bollocks above all others.
The answer to the question of 'Does anyone like Millwall besides their own supporters?' is no.
An FA Cup Final appearance and a disgraceful League Cup tie against rivals West Ham are the only things of note that they've done in god knows how long, but they still seem to feel as if they're bigger than everybody else is giving them credit for.
They continue to linger between the Championship and League One, making a mockery of themselves through their desperation to cling onto the idea of hooliganism. Newsflash, it's 2016 and we actually know how to behave at football games now without threatening lives.
Source: Tales From The Pigeon Stands
Did you know Leeds United were successful in the 70s? No? Bloody hell you must be living under a rock - or at least that's what Leeds fans would have you believe.
Despite having nothing overly positive to talk about in the last few decades despite a Champions League semi-final failure and promotion from League One, that doesn't stop supporters of the Yorkshire club from parading their history in your face.
Their over-excited nature at games somehow translates into success in their minds, despite the fact that there are cobwebs growing in their trophy cabinets.
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Everyone hates United. Everyone. They have more bandwagon fans than the world has people - yes I know that isn't possible.
Their one argument in a football debate is related to their success, and most of the time you can't have a reasonable discussion with them about anything because of their arrogance. Yes, historically you are brilliant, but how about focusing in the here and now? Look towards the future, not the past.
Mourinho and a parade of new transfers is the short-term answer, but Fergie isn't here anymore to save the day. Live with it.
A big old well done to Millwall's rivals West Ham for having pretty much all the same qualities as their derby opponents.
No, you did not win the World Cup in 1966 because England did you shitbiscuits.
Despite a distinct lack of silverware over the years their fans still seem to think they're one of the biggest teams in the country, and their move to the Olympic Stadium is somehow proof of that to them.
They're a classic case of little big man syndrome and they need to learn their place.