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8 minutes ago, an tha said:

Oh look neymar bullying shite at home.....where were you at anfield you little shithouse fucking rat

Verratti not playing at Anfield getting a few mentions. Fuck off!

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11 minutes ago, VERBAL DIARRHEA said:

Verratti not playing at Anfield getting a few mentions. Fuck off!

I really want us to those horrible mercenary bastards in Paris.

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Mbappe doesn’t half get an easy ride and bigged up. He’s probably the best young attacker in the world but everything he does is wanked off by the commentators. He fucked up a bit of skill and gave the ball away in the center of the pitch, only for the commentator to piss his pants, shouting ‘would you look at that!!!’. 

 

I looked at it. It was shit. 

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Apparently PSG are making a real statement to the rest of Europe by been 6-1 up against Red Star.

 

Not sure what the statement is, but it sure as hell isn't that they are a threat to winning the competition 

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1 minute ago, dandyman said:

Apparently PSG are making a real statement to the rest of Europe by been 6-1 up against Red Star.

 

Not sure what the statement is, but it sure as hell isn't that they are a threat to winning the competition 

Based on last years form, we'd have probably battered them 14-0. 

 

6-1 is amateur. 

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2 minutes ago, Strontium Dog said:

How much do you think aRdja is going to bid for him?

Judging by how he overpays for his brekkies; £300m

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3 hours ago, Baltar said:

Barca leading already. Outrageous pass from Messi, finish from Coutinho.

 

Now there’s a player we miss.   

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56 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Just got an update on mobile -- Chelsea are playing Videotron.

 

I think he was in one of the Godzilla movies.

Actually they’re playing utter shite!!!

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