Originally Posted by Pumpkinhead
Ok then, since you said please and that frownie face looks so depressing
Cardiff City are a Welsh team that play in the English football league. My team, BORO, play then today. Cardiff are flying high on top of the Championship, while our form has lulled considerably. Cardiff, traditionally play in blue, and are nicknamed 'the bluebirds'. They got bought out by Malaysian investors who changed the home kits to red, upsetting the fans in the process. And have promised if they get promoted to the Premier League, they're going to change the nickname to the 'Cardiff Dragons' again to the upset of their faithful.
An hour played of the game so far and BORO are leading 2-0! "Caerdydd dreigiau? eich bod yn peidio tynnu coes yn cael eu chi?" Is in the Welsh language "
Cardiff dragons? you are joking are not you?" Mocking their Welshness, their nickname change, and bragging rights because we're winning! Also given a classic Teesside colloquialism "YERJOKINARENTYER" that translated quite humourously.
Was that a thorough enough explanation for you?