The Transfer Tavern always comes alive with debate when fans are questioning who supports the bigger club.
Indeed, with so many great names now outside of the Premier League the discussion is picking up greatly with each and every supporter determined to convince that their side is the biggest.
In truth, it’s a debate that will never really be settled as the answer is often down to the person who is taking the question into consideration.
So, naturally, when Micky Quinn had a go on Talksport with a selection of clubs, fans on Twitter were always going to react to his answer.
Here, then, is the best of what was said:
ICYMI! We put a list of clubs to @mickquinn1089 & asked him a simple question…
“Are they big or small?”
Here’s what Quinny said… pic.twitter.com/57ihuFefci
— Alan Brazil (@SportsBreakfast) May 16, 2017
@SportsBreakfast @lee_ryder @mickquinn1089 @SpursOfficial @LUFC @AVFCOfficial @NFFC @NUFC @Everton @swfc @SUFC_tweets I think there is a difference between a big club and a successful club. Newcastle are a big club just not a very successful one.
— Graeme Duff (@Gram_Crackers) May 16, 2017
— 9 December 1892 (@9December1892) May 16, 2017
— MG (@MG_Marra) May 16, 2017
@SportsBreakfast @LH___21 @mickquinn1089 @SpursOfficial @LUFC @AVFCOfficial @NFFC @NUFC @Everton @swfc @SUFC_tweets being a big club is based on what you have achieved not how many fans you have or how much money you have.
— dave smith (@davegsmith34) May 16, 2017
— Dave Allan (@Dave1Allan) May 16, 2017
— Steve Halliday (@Beard1878) May 16, 2017
@SportsBreakfast @mickquinn1089 @SpursOfficial @LUFC @AVFCOfficial @NFFC @NUFC @Everton @swfc @SUFC_tweets @andygoldstein05 @jasoncundy05 get Cundy to do this! Clear things up once and for all /p>— Kenny Larmour (@Kenny26Larmour) May 16, 2017
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