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Just now, magicrat said:

Has anyone mentioned Tyler is a massive cunt yet ? 

Hopefully we'll be listening to his unenthusiastic reaction to us scoring as much as possible today.

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Given we know what Sky will be like, and given what’s been said about the US channels, have switched to Bein 11. Peter Drury and Beglin.

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