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Lincoln (A) League Cup 24/9/20 - 19:45

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31 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

GET THE TEAM LEAKED!!


1. Colonel Kurtz

2. A Red

3. Barry Wom

4. Tony Moanero

5. SaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaS

6. Numero

7. Daisy

8. Stig

9. Dave U

10. Beef Stroganoff

11. Scott_M

 

Manager: 3 Stacks and The Guest arguing on the touchline about who would be the best manager.

 

DoF: Code

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2 minutes ago, Bad Red Bull said:

Thiago, Jota, Rhys Williams and Van der berg all starting tonight

From the CL final to Lincoln away, what a rise to stardom.

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2 minutes ago, Anubis said:


1. Colonel Kurtz

2. A Red

3. Barry Wom

4. Tony Moanero

5. SaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaS

6. Numero

7. Daisy

8. Stig

9. Dave U

10. Beef Stroganoff

11. Scott_M

 

Manager: 3 Stacks and The Guest arguing on the sideline about who would be the best manager.

The Stroganoff v Scott_M feud is worse than Salah and Mane. They will never pass to each other, much less to Usher.

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9 minutes ago, Elite said:

From the CL final to Lincoln away, what a rise to stardom.

He could have been playing in the super cup against Sevilla tonight instead. 

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33 minutes ago, Bad Red Bull said:

Thiago, Jota, Rhys Williams and Van der berg all starting tonight

Wow, none of them starting ...( Covers face in total embarassment).. well, one is starting but still..

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1 minute ago, Bad Red Bull said:

Wow, none of them starting ...( Covers face in total embarassment)

Rhys Williams is!

 

The Echo have already compared him to Van Dijk. I’m surprised they’re not telling us how much we'll save in transfer fees.

 

 

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