Dungdalk A Thu 10th Dec KO 5 55pm

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Great finish. I've seen finishes ten times worse than that by Lacazette and Aubameyang this season.

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If Leno gets injured we are fucked, this lad is shite :roll:

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rodders999 wrote:
Thu Dec 10, 2020 7:38 pm
If Leno gets injured we are fucked, this lad is shite :roll:
Hes not that good

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rodders999 wrote:
Thu Dec 10, 2020 6:59 pm
Who scouted Pepe? Who the fuck gave the green light to sign him and how in the fuck was 72 million quid decided upon as the price?

I’m sure Lille thought we meant 7.2 million and still can’t believe their fucking luck.

He is completely fucking useless.


Yeah some dumbFucker accidentally hit the zero button too many times.

It was supposed to be 72p :?

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That cedric puts in a great cross

Thats all I got
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Steve Staunton, Gerry Adams, The Corrs ... your boys took a hell of a beating! :barscarf:

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Clash wrote:
Thu Dec 10, 2020 7:49 pm
Steve Staunton, Gerry Adams, The Corrs ... your boys took a hell of a beating! :barscarf:
Clinton Morrison, Boyzone, Martin McGuiness and Enya. Have a bit of that.

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Well done Smith Rowe and Balogun again - you can now go back to watching Xhaka, Willian and Ceballos every week again now.

Used to love this competition when we had a manager who used to promote the players that did well in it like Martinelli and Saka. These days its a mixture of the 'never will be's' like Mustafi (our captain and leader :banghead: ) and the ones that could score hat-tricks and still not get a sniff of PL action under El Beige

Back to the 1930s paced shite at the weekend - Ceballos gave us a little taster of that for 20 minutes there. Nice to see him continually over hitting passes, fouling and giving the ball away even against the Three Feathers

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Clash wrote:
Thu Dec 10, 2020 7:34 pm
Midz wrote:
Thu Dec 10, 2020 7:11 pm
Breaking News!!!!

Theives have broken into the Arsenal locker room and stolen all the home kits. Arsenal football club not having the funds to replace them will have to play all their matches in their 3rd blue kit.
:D :D

There does seem to be an obsession about wearing blue. It feels like we’ve worn it more than our red.

Very impressed with Dundalk’s stadium. Those Irish league teams must be fucking loaded 8)
That's their training ground.

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Clash wrote:
Thu Dec 10, 2020 7:49 pm
Steve Staunton, Gerry Adams, The Corrs ... your boys took a hell of a beating! :barscarf:

Many’s the beating I gave myself over Andrea Corr :barscarf:

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Always good for English teams to visit other parts of the British Empire every now and again. Does us good to see how the colonies are getting on.

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We paid £1m for Rúnarsson and you can see why. The only positive is they got the decimal point correct for this one.

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SteveO 35 wrote:
Thu Dec 10, 2020 7:54 pm
Well done Smith Rowe and Balogun again - you can now go back to watching Xhaka, Willian and Ceballos every week again now.

Used to love this competition when we had a manager who used to promote the players that did well in it like Martinelli and Saka. These days its a mixture of the 'never will be's' like Mustafi (our captain and leader :banghead: ) and the ones that could score hat-tricks and still not get a sniff of PL action under El Beige

Back to the 1930s paced shite at the weekend - Ceballos gave us a little taster of that for 20 minutes there. Nice to see him continually over hitting passes, fouling and giving the ball away even against the Three Feathers
Balogun from what I read wanted to leave because of a lack of first team opportunities.He has been a prolific scorer in the youth sides and Auba rates him.You would think with the sh ite that has been on show lately he would at least make the subs bench in premiership games just to encourage him to sign as he looks promising.

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He could be another Andy Cole , he came on as a sub against at home to Bristol City , next thing he left and the rest is history .

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John F wrote:
Thu Dec 10, 2020 8:08 pm
SteveO 35 wrote:
Thu Dec 10, 2020 7:54 pm
Well done Smith Rowe and Balogun again - you can now go back to watching Xhaka, Willian and Ceballos every week again now.

Used to love this competition when we had a manager who used to promote the players that did well in it like Martinelli and Saka. These days its a mixture of the 'never will be's' like Mustafi (our captain and leader :banghead: ) and the ones that could score hat-tricks and still not get a sniff of PL action under El Beige

Back to the 1930s paced shite at the weekend - Ceballos gave us a little taster of that for 20 minutes there. Nice to see him continually over hitting passes, fouling and giving the ball away even against the Three Feathers
Balogun from what I read wanted to leave because of a lack of first team opportunities.He has been a prolific scorer in the youth sides and Auba rates him.You would think with the sh ite that has been on show lately he would at least make the subs bench in premiership games just to encourage him to sign as he looks promising.
By July, he will have signed for a club in Germany. He will then go on to score 100 goals in three seasons and then join Man City or Chelsea for £150m. Meanwhile, Lacazette will have scored 12 goals for us in that time and Nketiah will be on the bench at Charlton.

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