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3 hours ago, Chocoholic said:

Decent finish from Siggurdsson to win the Champions League, there.

Yeah, but you won't hear them bragging about that. It's only like the milk cup these days anyway. 

34 minutes ago, Doctor Troy said:

 

 

Sadly he has to be taking the piss. He's wearing a red top, no self respecting bloo would have red anywhere near them, let alone then make it their internet picture. 

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4 hours ago, Jennings said:

...walking off like Morcambe and Wise at the end there with his shopping.

 

"laugh me a laugh..."

I’ve gotta tell you. When he gave me that bag of shopping, I cried.

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17 hours ago, Barry Wom said:

Yeah, but you won't hear them bragging about that. It's only like the milk cup these days anyway. 

Sadly he has to be taking the piss. He's wearing a red top, no self respecting bloo would have red anywhere near them, let alone then make it their internet picture. 

We need Paul from Oxton to get over to that page with his red pen - the spelling is a disgrayce.

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He scored against rotor volgograd in the last minute of a UEFA cup game at old Trafford to equalise and they went out on away goals.

Fuck my levels of anorakness is far too high.

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Just now, Jennings said:

My iPad only has 20% power, so you may lose my insightful knowledge. 

I’ll put Suzy in charge if that happens. 

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They'll take this weekend their 2 main teams got a win and a draw, Liverpool ended the weekend with a 2 pt less lead than they started it with, oh and Everton won for first time in weeks.

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