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4 minutes ago, J-V said:

State of these titts on BBC.  WIlliams the only one out of the so called pundits not acting a complete cunt

What were they saying?

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2 minutes ago, Baltar said:

What were they saying?

More about the fucking noises they were making, shouting over each other and acting like the were off air.  Richards the loud mouth twat and I can't remember her name.

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1 minute ago, J-V said:

More about the fucking noises they were making, shouting over each other and acting like the were off air.  Richards the loud mouth twat and I can't remember her name.

Sounds like they were having an orgy.

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My boys are about to give it a crack at Hampden hopefully.

 

And the Danube (Dunave) is a good meeting point near my Dad's old gaff in Osijek...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Tony Moanero said:

Fuck’s sake, no Emmerdale or Coronation Street tonight. 

Makes me love the Euro's even more.

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Not their best vintage at the moment, but Croatia have overachieved ridiculously at football with a population that barely scrapes four million. 
 

D-Lov hard done by for this penalty. 

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The ref and VAR have completely PGMOL'd that penalty call. Mind you, PGMOL are so laughably bad that Battiston would have got sent off for running into Schumacher in 1982.

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