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Looks like Milner is staying then.

Even with limited playing time we need a good example like him to filter down to the rest.

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48 minutes ago, Red_or_Dead said:

Hahah, fuck off Leeds you thick Yorkshire cunts!

 

Wouldn't like to be in @Redder Lurtz bar right now!

Fuck me that was funny. I've developed a belting poker face over the last few years and I deployed it in full tonight. I want to walk round the bar licking the tears off their sad little faces. Mmmmmmmm Leeds fan tears. Mmmmmmmmm delicious. 

 

 

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Made up with that despite the fact that despise Lumpolard! I hope Milner sticks around for a while yet, model pro, much better than I ever thought he would be, and seemingly quite willing to take the piss out of himself too!

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Derby did well to come back last night but the hype around the job that Lampard has done there isn't justified. They basically ended up in roughly the same place and with the same number of points as they have done for the last 5 years and miles away from automatic promotion. The only difference this time is they may get a bit of luck in the playoffs.

 

I don't mind Derby too much as a club but the biggest bright side of it all for me is that he's getting well placed to oversee the post-Hazard implosion at Chelsea.

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Just now, Turkish Delight said:

I don't mind Derby too much as a club but the biggest bright side of it all for me is that he's getting well placed to oversee the post-Hazard implosion at Chelsea.

 

A Chelsea fan I know wants it to happen already. He also keeps saying he hopes their transfer ban is upheld so they can give all their on-loan youngsters a proper chance. I’d like his wish to come true. 

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Looks like Soccerexpress misread the scoreline.

 

Ring them and ask if they still have seats left....

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5 hours ago, Bjornebye said:

Wtf 

 

 

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Judging by the standard of his English I reckon the only person he’d kill would be himself.

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Didn't know where to put this but has anyone been down the albert dock to see that pop up classic football shirt shop? Boss it is. 

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