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  1. Gareth Bale cant speak Spanish, bloody hell, even David Beckham had a go at it. I prssumed the long haired wanker spoke the lingo, what a tosser if true.
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    Other Football - 2018/19 Season

    The more games for them, the better for us. Bloody delighted we're not in that competition if im honest. In the grander scheme of things, it really doesn't mean much these days.
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    Summer 2019 Transfer Thread

    Presuming you watch De Ligt quite a bit cloggy, Is he had and shoulders above the other centre halves in the Dutch league? Worth the hype in your opinion?
  4. And there's your winner folks. Perhaps a mythical fridge magnet will be in its way to you.
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    Other Football - 2018/19 Season

    Gutted that Rice has chosen England, but best of luck to the lad. He's a quality player. I fully blame oneill for not capping him when he had the chance, and Keane did being a massive wanker. It's fairly common knowledge that both Rice and Harry Arter where in treatment tables with the physios when Keane had his massive argument with Arter. Apparently Rice was completely blown away by the situation, he was just a kid to be fair. You can imagine besides the obvious monetary advantages of playing for england, the negativity around the Ireland camp and the fact the kid was born in england then the decision was probably rather easy. Ah well.
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    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    That was kim Jong Un, all while playing a full round of golf and sinking 18 straight holes in one.
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    Bird fancying amnesty thread

    Will you ever fuck off with having that bird on an amnesty thread. Fuck me you lads must be with some right stunners if Charlie Brooks and that girl above are amnesty material.
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    Should the UK remain a member of the EU

    I thought thatcher sold everything off in the 80's already? I have friends in the north east of England from a particular hobby of mine. And they are so blinded into leaving its hard to believe. These crazy fools seem to think the mines, ship yards and steel works will miraculously open come the April 1st, once you guys leave the "evil EU". I'm amazed at their short sightedness.
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    theyre always getting staph in that game. no word of a lie, i know a guy that trains in sbg where Mcgregor trains. Not a pro fighter i might add, but a guy that has trained bjj with Kavanagh since the beginning. Before the khabib fight i asked him how Mcgregor was looking, and his reply was short. He just said, "there's alot of Staph going around at that gym, thats all im saying" And he left it at that. The same guy told me about the McGregor and Malinaggi sparring sessions as well, he has nothing to gain from lying. But back to the topic, the staph infections are horrendously common in that sport. I cant understand how these guys are getting passed by their medicals. Mind you, when Bisping did and he was clinically blind in one eye, then it shows how "stringent" the testing must be..............
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    I liken him to a poor man's Xabi Alonso, But that isn't an insult by the way, because we all know how exceptional Xabi was.
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    i cant get my head around how he was only diagnosed this late.
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    So Whittaker is out now, has a hernia and was admitted to hospital. Adeseanya vs Silva is the main event now. Very odd
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    Georginio Wijnaldum

    He's so understated yet so consistent. I'd actually argue if anybody kept a log of who they picked for motm this season then they'd be surprised that he'd probably be the one they've picked the most. He's been excellent this season, arguably the best centre mid in the league. Just imagine how could he could be if he scored a little more often, and it's in his locker, that's probably the most frustrating part.
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    Bournemouth (H) 9/2/19 - The Match Thread

    The team have been brilliant here, as have the fans. Now this is a title march!!
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    West Ham (A) 4/2/19 - Match Thread

    the players dont believe it anymore. Its plain to see, the bubble has completely and utterly burst. They have little to no belief. Hard to believe less than 7 days ago we could have been 7 points clean, now on Wednesday we'll be 2nd, and quite frankly with the way we're playing, we'll do well to hold onto the top 4 place. Its actually flabergasting how we can constantly defy the odds to throw it away.