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Norwich (A) Premier League 15-2-2020 - 17:30

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1 minute ago, Jennings said:

I remember the halcyon days when rugby tackles were considered fouls. 

Norman Hunter two footed leg breakers considered good defending

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Just now, niallers said:

Hanley could give Ashley young a few tips on diving

It's the fucking ref.  The tit just fell over the rat in black gave the foul for fuck all.

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For such a class player, the regularity with which Mo picks the wrong option is surprising.

 

The good thing is he’ll just pop up with the winner.

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