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Wow

 

He has been pretty shite the in each game

Don't want much of him but more and more stories seem to be coming out that Mbappe ego is getting a bit to big

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That French team are a bunch of twats. I didn’t see any of them go to M’bappe. Just left him to walk off alone. Cunts.

 

Made up for the Swiss. And Poogba looking like a wanker with his stupid little dance now.

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2 hours ago, TheDrowningMan said:

Good header, poor defending. There is absolutely zero chance France fail to win this one though.

 

2 hours ago, Chocoholic said:

The AntiOracle has spoken - Might as well turn it off now

 The die was cast over 2 1/2 hours ago

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