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5 hours ago, Ron B said:

If nothing else, it’s impressive that he’s still finding new excuses to miss international friendlies. 

I'm sure he'd like to bang miss International. 

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13 hours ago, Doctor Troy said:

Imogen Thomas

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12 hours ago, Section_31 said:

Imogen all the people, living life in peace, you-ooo-oo-e-oo. 

 Imogen if you CAAAAAAN

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8 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

 I follow her on instagram. I think she's fucking gorgeous. 

 

 

She's incredible. Always fancied her

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15 hours ago, Doctor Troy said:

Love this about why they wouldn't sign Thiago. Pity he won't take over from the Goblin.

 

When he got to Giggsy, who was last, (Giggs) said, ‘Not a Manchester United player.’ And Moyes said, ‘Sorry I don’t know what you mean by that.’

“(Giggs) looked at Phil Neville, Phil sort of nodded, and said, ‘Look, playing for this club is more than being a footballer. It’s about your attitude. It’s about your mindset. It’s about everything that you want, everything in your body, every cell, has to want to live, play and win for Manchester United. I don’t think he’s a Manchester United player. And they immediately called off the transfer.”

Where as I love this and it’s piss funny, what the fuck?

Giggseh and Phil Neville were deciding transfers??

what is this from please?!

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7 hours ago, Doctor Troy said:

Match of the Day pundits:

 

“Ryan Giggs didn’t beat up his girlfriend. She went down too softly and made the most of the contact. Not like that cheating bastard Mo Salah.” 

"If anything, he's hit her too well."

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23 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

 That Vanessa Peroncell who Terry shagged behind Bridges back was fit as well. 

 

Didn't that all turn out to just be tabloid bullshit?

 

The now defunct Sunday version of the shit rag ended up printing this.

 

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On January 31 and afterwards we published some personal information about Vanessa Perroncel in articles concerning an alleged affair with the footballer John Terry.

Miss Perroncel has since informed us that she would have preferred her personal information to remain private and it was untrue in any case. We apologise to Miss Perroncel for any distress caused.

 

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4 hours ago, Chairman Meow said:

Didn't that all turn out to just be tabloid bullshit?

 

The now defunct Sunday version of the shit rag ended up printing this.

 

 

Terry came out an apologised for it didn’t he? 
 

 

Has anyone seen the pic of Giggs wife doing the rounds? I’ve just been sent it. Not keen on posting it on here. If it’s her it’s bad 

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24 minutes ago, Bjornebye said:

Terry came out an apologised for it didn’t he? 
 

 

Has anyone seen the pic of Giggs wife doing the rounds? I’ve just been sent it. Not keen on posting it on here. If it’s her it’s bad 

Send me it

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19 hours ago, KMD7 said:

She's incredible. Always fancied her

She was boss in big brother, proper good looking girl next door, then she started mucking about with her face chasing fame.

 

Still nice like, but I preferred her before.

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On 03/11/2020 at 08:49, Doctor Troy said:

Love this about why they wouldn't sign Thiago. Pity he won't take over from the Goblin.

 

When he got to Giggsy, who was last, (Giggs) said, ‘Not a Manchester United player.’ And Moyes said, ‘Sorry I don’t know what you mean by that.’

“(Giggs) looked at Phil Neville, Phil sort of nodded, and said, ‘Look, playing for this club is more than being a footballer. It’s about your attitude. It’s about your mindset. It’s about everything that you want, everything in your body, every cell, has to want to live, play and win for Manchester United. I don’t think he’s a Manchester United player. And they immediately called off the transfer.”


Qualities that their eventual signing obviously incapsulates.

 

Marouane Fellaini.

 

He was a real Man Utd player.

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3 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

Terry came out an apologised for it didn’t he? 
 

 

Has anyone seen the pic of Giggs wife doing the rounds? I’ve just been sent it. Not keen on posting it on here. If it’s her it’s bad 

I’ve just been sent one. It looks horrific

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On 05/11/2020 at 07:42, Bjornebye said:

Terry came out an apologised for it didn’t he? 
 

 

Has anyone seen the pic of Giggs wife doing the rounds? I’ve just been sent it. Not keen on posting it on here. If it’s her it’s bad 

 

On 05/11/2020 at 11:08, Champ said:

I’ve just been sent one. It looks horrific

Can't be genuine, all of the news items I'm reading are saying "minor injuries that did not require treatment". 

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Yeah the one I got sent turned out to not be her. 

 

A second woman has come forward though apparently and his brother has been on some news show slagging him off again haha. Funny lad that Rhodri. 

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