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Not a caption, but I fucking love him

 

fuck me thats apalling by vorinin. arms folded not celebrating. youd think he was an away fan in the home end with a gob like that on him. fuck him off and get one of the young lads from the ressies. lets see him fucking smile then eh.

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Mr. Owen, I'm arresting you on suspicion of being a Judas cunt. You do not have to say anything in a queer little voice, but it may harm your chances of getting bummed if you do not say anything that you may later rely on to get you get you porked.

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Pepe was so quick to get down the pitch for Ngog's goal I thought that he might have been offside.

 

Andy Gray claimed they clocked Reina doing a top speed of 24 mph.

Watched it myself, looked like something out of the Benny Hill Show!

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Not a caption, but I fucking love him

 

I like the way he turns around to try and find someone he likes to make eye contact with and fully ignores voronin, the fat fucker.

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You can pull your shorts up as quickly as you want, but I saw you tugging off while looking at a copy of the official Manchester United Annual 2009.

 

 

 

**** On a side note, is Gary Neville's head behind the peeler on the left's left leg? Part of it seems to be hanging over the hoarding.

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You can pull your shorts up as quickly as you want, but I saw you tugging off while looking at a copy of the official Manchester United Annual 2009.

 

 

 

**** On a side note, is Gary Neville's head behind the peeler on the left's left leg? Part of it seems to be hanging over the hoarding.

 

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Ratface*

 

Does anybody actually know what happened there? Isn't that the stadium manager Ged Poynton next to the bizzy? What's that little ratfaced cunt been up to? He's getting a serious bollocking there!

 

*I left the Ratface quote in deliberately, it suits the inbred scumbag so nicely.

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Sorry for going off topic but what was going on in this pic? What's the cunt up 2 this time?

 

From the Guardian:

After the game Gary Neville and Jonny Evans were involved in an altercation with Liverpool stewards who prevented them from warming down in front of the United fans. The pair eventually trained at the other end of the pitch.

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From the Guardian:

After the game Gary Neville and Jonny Evans were involved in an altercation with Liverpool stewards who prevented them from warming down in front of the United fans. The pair eventually trained at the other end of the pitch.

 

Cheers mate ;)

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