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  Sir Alex in hospital
Posted by: Mike Smalling - 06-05-2018, 09:41 AM - Forum: Manchester United - Replies (3)

im sure most have heard the terrible news by now, the great man was admitted to hospital and is very ill.
He's always been a fighter, really hope he pulls through this. Get well soon Sir Alex

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  Sir Alex
Posted by: Christos the forgetful - 05-05-2018, 11:26 PM - Forum: Manchester United - Replies (3)

Hope he recovers quickly, very few managers have the career that he's had, didn't agree with everything he did or said but there is no denying the legacy he created for Man Utd, hope he's able to reclaim his seat at O.T soon.

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  University Survey - Age 18-34
Posted by: odun - 21-04-2018, 04:58 PM - Forum: Premier League - No Replies

Hi all,

I am conducting some research as part of my university dissertation on how EPL fans engage with their team on Social Media

If you could spare a few minutes and fill out my survey it would be much appreciated!

survey link : https://docs.google.com/forms/u/0/d/1P0A...e&ths=true

Thank you!

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  Arsene Wenger
Posted by: Christos the forgetful - 20-04-2018, 11:10 PM - Forum: Arsenal - Replies (17)

So he's called an end on his PL career with the Gunners, will he be remembered for his revolutionary training and fitness regimes that brought him and Arsenal so much success, the fantastic football sides he created and the beautiful football they played, or the wallet minding man refusing to buckle to what the fans and press thought he should do and smash transfer record after transfer record and seemingly becoming yesterdays man.

I'll remember him for the way his sides played the beautiful game, even though we probably copped for more beatings by them at Highbury especially, than anyone else.  Whatever he decides about whether this is the end at Arsenal or the end of his football management career, think it's only right to say thanks Arsene, for the revolutionary thinking and for the wonderful football.

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  R.I.P Eric Bristow
Posted by: Christos the forgetful - 05-04-2018, 10:17 PM - Forum: All Other Sports - Replies (1)

One of the greatest dart players to throw a dart, 5 time world champion and a 5 time World Masters champion, Eric broke the mould for a professional darts player, he was young and brash in a sport of older much duller players, affected by dartitus his game waned and he brought through the greatest dart player of all time.  The sport of darts owes him a debt it can never pay.

R.I.P Eric "The Crafty Cockney" Bristow.

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  R.I.P Ray Wilkins
Posted by: Christos the forgetful - 04-04-2018, 03:01 PM - Forum: Chelsea - Replies (2)

One of the gentlemen of the game, passes away at 61 years of age.

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  Mo Salah
Posted by: Christos the forgetful - 17-03-2018, 10:59 PM - Forum: Liverpool - Replies (17)

How good is this guy?  Pace, vision and now using his right foot to finish, stunning debut season at Liverpool!

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  Beatlepool ???
Posted by: ***** - 16-03-2018, 10:49 AM - Forum: General - Replies (2)

Apparently there is a campaign to change the name of Aylesbury  to ...wait for it... AylesBOWIE ...

...The reason is because The great David Bowie ( I am a fan btw)  began his 'Ziggy Stardust' persona in this Bucks. town...

Personally I think it's  bloody crazy...

I mean on that basis we could easily have 'Abbots Curtis'   or even 'Terry Langley'  on the basis that a certain CFC loving musician lives there !!!    the thought of it ffs lol...

Ps...Tel ...I typed this whilst listening to your version of  'Let It Be' ... a song written by Evertonians btw... and very nice it was too mate ...

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  Sack Watch: Jose Mourinho.!!
Posted by: FRANTIC - 13-03-2018, 10:21 PM - Forum: Manchester United - Replies (7)


I say Sack... After the money this wasteman has spent, Turning Alexis Sanchez, Paul Pogna, & Lukaku into the most poverty players we’ve seen in a Utd shirt.

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