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The midweek/weekend games thread

Discussion in 'Classic Threads' started by Greg, 14 Jan 2012.

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whos fatter?

  1. grant holt

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  2. mark viduka

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  1. yiddo2786

    yiddo2786 Steed Malbranque

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    Yes, actually :D
     
  2. 7percent

    7percent Pascal Chimbonda

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    me too, was channel flicking between germany v portugal and ESPN.
     
  3. Howard Webb

    Howard Webb Clive Wilson

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    Boonie Ramon Vega

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    Haha he means Xenophobic, what a taco.
     
  5. 1882

    1882 Milenko Acimovic

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    No no... he knows what he meant, he meant homophobic for sure... England is a well-known gay country... it's a country full of gays... Pirlo don't like it, and Phil 'Sleuth' Brown has rumbled him, thass all!

    wat a twhat!!
     
  6. chancer

    chancer Gudni Bergsson

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    It's even worse than that I think....my take is that he's wondering whether Pirlo doesn't want to go to England because he loves it at home...thus, homophobic!!
     
  7. Rorschach

    Rorschach Teddy Sheringham

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    That's what I thought too. Fool (him...not you)
     
  8. Southcote Spur

    Southcote Spur Jason Dozzell

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    Its lucky that Llanddewi Brefi doesn't have a tidy premier league club then isn't it!?
     
  9. Spur of the moment

    Spur of the moment Nick Barmby

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    :ross::ross::ross:
     
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    Spur of the moment Nick Barmby

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    Come to think of it, a homophobic would actually hate staying at home?

    :ross:
     
  11. ArcspacE

    ArcspacE Banned

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  12. 1882

    1882 Milenko Acimovic

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    That's nothing, Paul Merson on SSN right now, constantly referring to him as PRILO!!!

    Fckucking stoopid Pual Mesron!
     
  13. chancer

    chancer Gudni Bergsson

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    Correct....it should be homophilic if anything - and that would still be utterly fudging wrong!! It's wrong on just about EVERY level. Hahahahaha. Phil you spoon.
     
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    1882 Milenko Acimovic

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    Expect Phil Brown's odds to be slashed on being next Spurs manager... any... second.... now!!
     
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    Jurgen the German Jimmy Cantrell

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    Slow news day today is it?
     
  16. AuroRaman

    AuroRaman Mitchell Thomas

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    O/T - Del Piero open letter to Juve fans....

    It ends here, my contract with Juventus expires today," the 37-year-old states in his letter, published in Corriere dello Sport.

    “It’s not news, but knowing it is ‘official’ still has an effect on me. It is not a sad moment for me, there are no regrets or nostalgia. Not anymore.

    "That’s because I’ve had time to think back over everything that happened in my last Bianconeri season, going further back and reliving the greatest dream I could’ve dreamed.

    "All the memories, the joys, the triumphs and – to be honest – a few recent moments of bitterness... Today all these images flash in front of my eyes and at a certain point blur into one marvellous embrace of my final game in Turin.

    “That is the photograph that encapsulates everything, the instant I want to bring with me always, the one that since May 13 has been printed on my heart. It cannot be cancelled.

    “A while ago, before going on vacation, I emptied out my locker at Vinovo and walking out of the training ground I stopped where for many months you waited for me hoping for a photo, an autograph or just a hello... under the snow, the ice, the rain, the burning sun. But this time I am the one saluting and thanking you, just as you did with me.

    “The players pass by, but Juventus remains. My team-mates remain, who I wish the best and will always cheer them on.

    “Above all what remains is the fans, you who are Juventus. That jersey that I loved and will always love, that I desired and respected, without breaks or discounts.

    "I am happy that others after me can wear the shirt and above all the ‘10’ that has always had my name on it since they started printing names on the Bianconeri jerseys.

    “I am happy for whoever will wear it next year and happy that somewhere – in Italy and all over the world – someone is dreaming of wearing it.

    “I would be proud of someone wanting to follow my path, just as I dreamed of doing so with other champions, other examples, other legends.

    “From tomorrow I will no longer be a Juventus player, but I will always be one of you. Now a new adventure begins and I am as fired up as I was 19 summers ago.

    “Arrivederci. Thanks for everything.

    "Alessandro."


    absolutely class





    Cheeky bid?
     
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    DubaiSpur Paul Walsh

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    This is the same man who stayed with Juve when they were forcibly relegated, and when asked why, responded 'because a gentleman never leaves an Old Lady.'

    Class indeed. Levy, levy, sign him up! :D
     
  18. Hully

    Hully Tony Parks

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    Couldn't put it better myself.
     
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    Southcote Spur Jason Dozzell

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    In a football world driven by greedy agent's and players prostituting themselves to the highest bidders, it was a humbling and emotional response by a player who would easily be in most peoples "Top-5" players in world football. If you have 5 minutes to spare (and can mute the sound), just sit and admire this to see why he is such a special player:

    [video=youtube;tSOmqWmdlWA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tSOmqWmdlWA[/video]
     
  20. liquid_football

    liquid_football Jamie Redknapp

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    Fantastic player,gentleman on and off the pitch.Loved watching him play,he is one of the best strikers of all time and would love to have him here for a season or two.
     

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