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Not only are they cunts but they dress like right cunts now. Speaking of cunts look at this absolutel cunt. 

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2 hours ago, Butch said:

Not only are they cunts but they dress like right cunts now. Speaking of cunts look at this absolutel cunt. 

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Andriy Voronin gone into clothes design?

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The team were just showing off their latest collaboration with fashion brand Dsquared2.

The shirt was simply emblazoned with the words: "Dsquared 2 for Manchester City winter 2019."

 

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7 hours ago, Leyton388 said:

What the fuck is it saying on there? Is it some dig at UEFA?

We are crying cunts? 

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22 minutes ago, rb14 said:

Bugger. I really like d-squared gear. This however... nah. 

D-squared? They never taught that in my math class.

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Gonna Be disappearing up my own backside tonight. ‘Shit hot, city are one down .... but that means those Spanish cunts have taken the lead. Oh great, Madrid concede ... but that means city are level. Rinse and repeat until one of the bastards gets a result, although that means the other bastard doesn’t...

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