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Debating Bitters is rather like trying to play chess with a pigeon — it knocks the pieces over, craps on the board, and flies back to its flock to claim victory.

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32 minutes ago, Le Duan said:

Debating Bitters is rather like trying to play chess with a pigeon — it knocks the pieces over, craps on the board, and flies back to its flock to claim victory.

I’ve never been accused of murder by a pigeon though 

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13 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

Diego Costa will be the Latino Big Dunc.

 

Didn't he score something like 6 goals last season? He'll fit in well with Everton. 

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Player Valuation: £750k
Rotherham: would love to see us out of existence. A Kopite to the bitter core. Forget that feller being even a neutral on the stadium issue.

Politically, he would slime his way into any type of system casting one skin off for another. An opportunist.

Never to be trusted.
A girl I worked with parked her car outside work. Someone crashed into it. A quick shuftie at the cctv showed someone who 'may or may not be' Steve Rotherham got out the car, saw the damage, then dived back in his car and drove off. Kopite
 

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7 minutes ago, aws said:

Got a good draw against Kariobangi Sharks today. 

 

A mid table Kenyan team, the bitters also played a strongish team. 

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12 minutes ago, Agt Provocateur said:

I think they lost on pens you know. 

Victories on pens don't count so I'm sure losses don't either. 

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10 minutes ago, Pistonbroke said:

 

A mid table Kenyan team, the bitters also played a strongish team. 

Who else have they signed then?

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3 minutes ago, Pidge said:

Who else have they signed then?

Hahaha. Yeah, strong by their standards. Which seems to be mid table Kenyan standards. 

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30 minutes ago, aws said:

Got a good draw against Kariobangi Sharks today. 

 

26 minutes ago, Agt Provocateur said:

I think they lost on pens you know. 

 

Ifithadnebinfersmallerboat...

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I normally wouldn't go on GOT but this is I suggest a typical post from them.

 

Out of both line ups only 1, thats ONE, player will be a regular starter next season, Gomes. The squad was 85% U23 players
 
They started with Stekelenburg,  Baines, Davies, Gomes, Lookman,Niasse, Snidelin, Walcott
 
Hardly U23. 

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