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  2. Alan Sex

    The Ailment thread

    Booked in for surgery on my knee March 29. The surgeon eon is planning to give it a scope, a scrape, and a cleanup - but will check the integrity of my ACL while he is in there. If it’s weak, he will do a full ACL reconstruction. So, basically, when I wake up I will find out if I’m in for a 10 day or 3-6 month recovery period.
  3. arthur friedenreich

    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    I’m not a huge fan of tony blair, when he was good he was good, but some of the stuff he got up to helped to set the Labour Party up for this decade in the wilderness. However this interview with the remainiacs, he explains how badly the Tories handled the situation, how a and when to hold a referendum. Of course with it being Blair, he does blow his own trumpet continually, but if you persevere through that, it’s a politically mature approach, it shows up the utter fucking ineptitude of those who have handled the process. fundamentallly, that has been because those involved have been led by how they can benefit best from the situation rather than how to best manage the country through such uncharted waters. The morally bankrupt bunch of fucking cocksuckers. <iframe width="100%" height="300" style="background-color:transparent; display:block; padding: 0; max-width:700px;" frameborder="0" allowtransparency="allowtransparency" scrolling="no" src="//embeds.audioboom.com/posts/7209259-special-edition-tony-blair-on-this-week-s-crisis-how-to-win-another-referendum-and-more/embed/v4?eid=AQAAACD0llwrAW4A" title="Audioboom player"></iframe>
  4. Carvalho Diablo

    The Woolster is 40!

    Happy birthday young scamp.
  5. Alan Sex

    The Woolster is 40!

    Happy Birthday you young Wooly motherfucker!
  6. Herp McDerp

    Raheem Sterling

    Only scores tap-ins, shite, we did well to get rid etc. Some of you lot wouldn't look outta place on bluekipper keeping SteveO company, mind bending levels of delusion on display.
  7. Bjornebye

    Raheem Sterling

    Arguably one of the top 10 in the world right now.
  8. AngryofTuebrook

    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    Interesting response. It manages to be logically ridiculous and to contain a snide innuendo to an enduring falsehood. The world outside a march for a second referendum exists; that's an objective fact. Millions of people who don't want a second referendum also exist. Labour Party policy is something else that exists. These things are part of objective reality. Evidence to support the "Corbyn the closet Brexiteer" myth doesn't exist. You occasionally claim to be a fan of evidence, so please act like one.
  9. Bjornebye

    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    Fucking hell mate
  10. Bjornebye

    The Woolster is 40!

    Happy birthday. You are the calm amongst the storm at away games. Never ever change x
  11. AngryofTuebrook

    Should Corbyn remain as Labour leader?

    I take it you're sulking because he was out campaigning to defeat the Tories, rather than jumping on the centrists bandwagon du jour? Labour Party policy is still to respect the outcome of the Referendum, but to oppose any Brexit proposals that fail to meet their Six Tests. While a second referendum is an option, it's not something that Labour should be leading the charge for or pinning their hopes on; fringe parties can do that as much as they like, but a party that intends to form the next Government needs to try to bring the country back together, not alienate half of it. https://labour.org.uk/press/jeremy-corbyn-brexit-speech-wakefield/ Any political leader who wants to bring the country together cannot wish away the votes of 17 million people who wanted to leave, any more than they can ignore the concerns of the 16 million who voted to remain.
  12. Bjornebye

    Legends v AC Milan 23/03/19.

    Nice one mate, struggled not to cry myself at that last line there.
  13. Bjornebye


    Thats fucking awful. My favourite 'player' chant will always be the Torres bounce.
  14. Green Book - 8.5\10 Really enjoyed it. Reminded me of Planes, Trains and Automobiles...... with a social critique.
  15. AngryofTuebrook

    The Woolster is 40!

    Feeling sporty and hitting 40 Have a boss day!
  16. Captain Howdy

    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    Can’t believe I’m a remainer defending leavers but y’know they did actually win
  17. AngryofTuebrook


    Worst idea since Simon's perpetual motion machine.
  18. Captain Howdy

    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    The referendum
  19. Nunavut Patrick

    The Woolster is 40!

    Spin us a yarn you middle aged bastard. Happy Birthday nonetheless.
  20. viRdjil  1. Lionel Messi - Barcelona (5 Points) 2. Kylian Mbappé - PSG (4 points) 3. Bernardo Silva - Monaco (3 points) 4. Walter Samuel - Inter (3 points) 5. Santi Cazorla - Villarreal (1 point) 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.  Dynamite  1. Ronaldo - Real Madrid (5 Points) 2. Roberto Ayala - Valencia (3 Pts - 8 Pts total) 3. Ronaldinho - Barcelona (5 Pts - 13 Pts total) 4. Fabian Barthez - Marseilles (2 Pts - 15 Pts total) 5. Cafu - Roma (3 Pts - 18 Pts total) 6.  7. 8. 9. 10.  11.   Alex_K  1. Virgil Van Dijk - Celtic (2 Points) 2. Rui Costa - Fiorentina (2 Points) 3. Kaká - Milan (4 Points) 4. Marcos Senna - Villarreal (1 Point) 5. Chiellini - Juventus (4 Points) 6. Antonio Di Natale - Udinese (1 Point) 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Rapey  1. Steven Gerrard - Liverpool 5 points 2. Deco - Porto 2 points 3. David Villa - Valencia 3 points 4. Edwin Van der Sar - Ajax 3 points 5. Christian Panucci - Roma 3 points 6. Christian Vieri - Inter Milan - 3 Points 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.  John102  1. Zanetti - Inter 3 Points 2. Xavi - Barcelona 5 Points 3. Van Bronckhorst - Feyenoord 1 point 4. Darijo Srna - Shakhtar -1 Point 5. Andrea Pirlo - Milan - 4 Points 6. Marek Hamsik - Napoli - 3 Points 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.  MegadriveMan  1. Francesco Totti (Roma) 3 points. 2. Fernandinho (Shakhtar Donetsk) 1 point 3. Francesco Toldo (Fiorentina) 2 points. 4. Kalidou Koulibaly (Napoli) 3 points 5. Wesley Sneijder (Ajax) 3 points 6. Maicon (Inter) 3 points 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.  Stig  1. C. Ronaldo (Real Madrid) 5 Points 2. Fernando Torres (Atletico) 4 Points 3. Daniele De Rossi (Roma) 3 Points 4. David Beckham (Man United) 5 Points 5. Patrick Vieira (Arsenal) 4 Points 6. Leighton Baines (Everton) 1 Point 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.  Elite  1. Thierry Henry (Arsenal) 4 Points 2. Alessandro Nesta (AC Milan) 4 points 3. Pablo Aimar (Valencia) 3 Points 4. Romelu Lukaku (Everton) 1 Point 5. Paul Scholes (Man United) 5 Points 6. Jose Bosingwa (Porto) 2 Points 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.
  21. The Woolster

    The Woolster is 40!

    "So what did you do on your 40th birthday" "Oh, you know, made an Excel chart for a shit joke to post on a football forum."
  22. The Woolster

    The Woolster is 40!

    Ha, love it
  23. Sugar Ape

    International break draft, anyone fancy it?

    Christian Vieri. Inter 3 points.
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