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 on: Today at 02:16:41 PM 
Started by headset - Last post by Rutters
That's politics

 on: Today at 02:15:10 PM 
Started by headset - Last post by Rutters
The longer she goes without winning, the more fishy that US Open win looks.

 on: Today at 10:19:51 AM 
Started by headset - Last post by kippers
Yap Stam

 on: Today at 09:13:10 AM 
Started by headset - Last post by lifelongfaninexile
And absolutely no connection to the two items, just a coincidence that this came up on that particular day.

 on: Today at 08:53:32 AM 
Started by Pigeon droppings - Last post by Pigeon droppings
Surprisingly it's 91yr old Bernie Ecclestone!

Claims he didn't know it was there!

I know old people a renowned for forgetfulness.....but packing a piece........and claiming memory loss?


 on: Today at 06:43:47 AM 
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I'm siding with John Terry in this argument...

Ferdinand and Vidic was a cracking partnership but John Terry is up there with the best of them.. I would also throw Tony Adams in me.. Van Dyke might top the tree one day but he doesn't beat the above yet

My Top 5 - individually (from the eye - no stats)



 on: Today at 06:27:02 AM 
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I'm sort of agreeing with McEnroe is she going to turn out to be a one-hit-wonder..

I'm not a big tennis fan other than Wimbledon.

I do have to say sacking her coach after one big win which she obviously earned was maybe the wrong thing to do..

whatever you think of McEnroe he is no mug when it comes to all things tennis - a bit of a mouthy fucker on the court in his day but still a top top player...i was more a Borg man back then..

it might be worth them two pairing up with each other - in order for her to kick start her career and lose the one hit winder tag - she is still young enough...

she is a looker but maybe needs to leave the photoshoots alone for a bit.


 on: Today at 06:11:54 AM 
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no real surprises on that one... Carragher goes with the redmen and Neville backs Madrid over his fellow English team - I suppose the love lost between the mancs & scousers when it comes to football.

I've got to say he had done well with his online stuff Gary Neville - his overlap shows are worth a watch/listen if you follow the premier league and find some spare time, he interviews some big names of the game.

good dog walking material

he seems a totally different character from his playing days.

as you will all know by now  - I'm behind the redmen tomorrow night as they go searching for the big cup treble... Walk-On........ monkey


 on: Today at 05:59:42 AM 
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my money is going on Huddersfield i don't mind Forest as club - I just can't be doing with Steve Copper after his dirty cheating carry-on with his Swansea side one year when Boro played them.

he has done well with Forest I will give him that but won't have my backing for his shenanigans with his Swansea side.

I'm Hudds in the championship playoff final - which i will probably watch monkey


 on: Today at 05:54:41 AM 
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with a 25 million pound transfer for  Red Bull Salzburg player Brenden Aaronson .

a big year for the dirties after surviving through the skin of their teeth on the last day.

i reckon the Leeds manager could be the manager first out the door next year - if they have a bad start he will be gone for me within the first 10 games.

you can't knock them for spending that kind of money - peanuts in premier league terms but decent money to the rest of us.


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