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28 minutes ago, Vincent Vega said:

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Freaks my nut out to this day that Cruyff travelled to the future and saw the Lallana turn. 

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7 hours ago, sir roger said:

Great lack of self-awareness by Diego.

It's how he communicated with his dealer before mobile phones. The back of his shirt read " I ain't got no"

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11 hours ago, El Rojo said:

Freaks my nut out to this day that Cruyff travelled to the future and saw the Lallana turn. 

The gif above is the Cruyff turn. The Lallana turn was pioneered before this and was very similar but results in a six month lay off.

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1 hour ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

The gif above is the Cruyff turn. The Lallana turn was pioneered before this and was very similar but results in a six month lay off.

The Lallana turn is a vaudevillian act involving a table and lots of medical treatment while smoking cigars made of £50 notes.

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5 minutes ago, Shooter in the Motor said:

I feel like I've just clicked on the 'Fit blokes who fly under the radar' thread.

A Mars a day helps your work, rest and play with your willy.

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