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Ever since Dele Alli got nutmegged by the little girl in the Sky advert, his football has gone down the shitter.

 

Levy in the stand with what looks like his daughter. Imagine Levy with a long black female wig and you’re there.

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4 minutes ago, Jairzinho said:

Stone wall penalty that. 

 

VAR checked and, because no-one had to have anything amputated, stuck with the on field decision.


Genuinely don’t think anything as trivial as an amputation would lead to a penalty decision from the VAR booth.

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Moura doing his best, but getting fuck all from the players around him.

 

Aurier. Ha, ha, ha. Aurier.

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Watford can thank me. I spent three weeks saving money by doing transfers on my Fantasy Team to buy Kane and make him captain for this game. The witch chinned nag looking twat. 

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2 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

Watford can thank me. I spent three weeks saving money by doing transfers on my Fantasy Team to buy Kane and make him captain for this game. The witch chinned nag looking twat. 

Elliot should have gone with that.

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2 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Got to be a way for us to pry Son off Spurs - top player

Looks tailor made for us too.

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Bayern only draw 2-2 away to lowly Augsburg. Leipzig draw 1-1 at home to Wolfsburg who are near the top. Gives Dortmund a chance to draw level with both of them on 15 points if they can beat Gladbach later. Mind you, if Gladbach win that game they'll go 4 points clear at the top.  

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