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46 minutes ago, Lee909 said:

If Egypt draw this what's the chances Nigeria fuck them over in the last group match and lose to Guinea, putting Guinea through as runners up?

 

Mo back on the plan Weds night and getting a run out in the Arsenal 2nd leg and back for Palace. 

 

I know Egypt will win but clutching at straws 

Probably qualify even if finish 3rd

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Aubameyang to return to arsenal from ACON due to covid. Wonder if they'll try and play him in the 2nd leg?

 

EDIT: Gabon now saying his return due to 'heart issues' according to SSN.

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3 hours ago, dockers_strike said:

Aubameyang to return to arsenal from ACON due to covid. Wonder if they'll try and play him in the 2nd leg?

 

EDIT: Gabon now saying his return due to 'heart issues' according to SSN.

Issues caused by Covid.

 

Allegedly.

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2 hours ago, TheHowieLama said:

Issues caused by Covid.

 

Allegedly.

Yeah. Heart lesions caused by Covid (although TK and Ickeman are probably stinking out some other forum right now with their insistence that it must have been caused by the vaccine).

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2 hours ago, Rushies tash said:

We should see if we can sign this lad

 

 

 

 

He never seems to score shit goals does he?

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Just now, Code said:

I have not watched a second of this, when is Salah playing next?

He's playing now on sky sports mix v Sudan

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59 minutes ago, John102 said:

Why do Sudan have odd naming conventions on Google. Very specific question I know. They seem to have a W.K playing for them and an I.A on the bench.

 

No idea, makes little sense.

 

Sudanese naming tradition is given name - father's name - grandfather's name for both male and females, so my wife has a feminine name followed by two very masculine names, her brothers and sisters have exactly the same. Those with a further name have taken the western custom of a surname, usually for passports, visas and anything requiring western engagement.

 

If they have El...... something or other thats where they're historically from.

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