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Someone's having a real laugh - sperm of gollum to Utd.

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We all know how bad Ole is but this SU game is really exposing it. Both teams are basically playing the same formation, except SU are a billion times better in it than United are. 

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1 minute ago, Bobby Hundreds said:

To be fair Sheffield were a fucking nightmare for us too. 

It's no surprise, they are a better side than the Mancs.

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34 minutes ago, deiseach said:

Someone needs to tell Agent Rice Krispies Goblin that he's being way too blatant here.

Good job whoever told him. They've had more luck in this half than Liverpool have had all season, yet this will be viewed as (yet) a(nother) turning point.

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A well earned draw. If they can string a few more draws together they'll maybe reach the lofty heights of 8th place.

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4 minutes ago, General Dryness said:

 

Someone should intersperse those with shots of Man U players.

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4 hours ago, Iceman said:

Looks like woodward and slur were going at it. Wonderful stuff!

 

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This is what happens when you try to fuck a stranger in the ass!

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He said yesterday that they have ‘made strides’ because they would have lost that game last season. He has to stay.

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The only strides Ole will be making are trousers from his nan's curtains after picking up the sewing machine when he gets the boot in a few weeks time.

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