Back of the net!
I said dodgy estate. Bridge read it as council estate. Now who needs to demonstrate egalitarianism?
When I was at school, there was a new estate built where the aspirants went to live. We called it the dodgy estate because some of the kids thought they were better than us. I remember when I started earning and said the money was good but not good enough for the dodgy estate, my mate summed it up as "new car on the drive but no snap in the pantry. "
Two isms for the price of one there.
I am sure there is an ism for strange people who are incapable of enjoying or even understanding the joys of football but three in one post? That would be a bridge too far.