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Farnborough, whose players recently changed their names to footy legends, in training
Luke Moore (Swansea) to Elazygspor, Blackburn, Wigan or Leicester
Angel Di Maria (Real Madrid) to Man Utd
Khalid Boulahrouz (Chelsea) to Crystal Palace
William Gallas (Spurs) to Crystal Palace
Bruno Martins Indi (Feyenoord) to West Ham
Willian (Anzhi Makhachkala) to Man Utd
Scott Sinclair (Man City) to Cardiff City
Sami Khedira (Real Madrid) to Man Utd or PSG
Khalid Boulahrouz (Sporting Lisbon) to Crystal Palace
Is also a free agent.
adybongo made another mistake.
Even though you can't actually see their faces you can tell that all of those players are dying inside.
Parker fee agreed with QPR
Bent goes to Fulham on loan. Could do well there we thinks.
I've been given 8 games in 9 days. Heh.
I hope so.
couldn't have made that up
the Confederations Cup and Womens Euros were both better than expected. still, properly happy to have stuff like Goals on Sunday, the Football Ramble, Monday Night Football with Neville (bit of a shame Carragher's joined, could get a bit Savage), and to a lesser extent Fighting Talk back (the end of season episode last season was really decent after not being sure about Murray).
not particularly looking forward to BT's coverage, and still going to have to mute any non-footage bits of Match of the Day, like, but pretty giddy overall.
it would be a shame if their premier league stuff was limp.
So far my only opinion of him is that he's subject of one of the worst collated youtube highlights videos I've ever seen.
Five non-European managers to have managed premier league teams.
Bit of a dodgy one with Israel being in the EU but not a European country.
the 5th one's a goody.
took us a while to get that in the email thread.
5 managers with 2 different spells at the same prem club. Caretaker appointments don’t count.
dalgliesh's first spell with liverpool was when they were in the old div one.
(apologies if i've ruined this, but they were all honest guesses)
apart from Jose, of course.
if you're counting Houllier i'm gonna straight up kick you in the nuts.
If not it's Peter Reid
I'll stop thinking aloud.
eagerly awaiting your guesses upon my return.
can't remember which were caretakers though. Colin Todd was a caretaker right?
Wouldn't have got that in a million years.
What a world.
But I think Owen's is probably the worst in history.
Diana Sinn Sage ?@holyhoe 4h
"@themichaelowen throw my legs on your shoulders,spread my pussy open,start licking and sucking my pussy till I get an orgasm then fuck me"
Actually, as an #LFC fan, I'd be pleased with 4th
supposedly in talks to come back. billy sharp was our main target but because milan was unwilling to splash out on the sufficient wage demands (there's a surprise) he's not coming.
lita did well last year with us and would link up well with nuhiu, it's just a case if we can get him some proper service.
At which point their entire midfield has been lost to injury.
Hope to pick up a first win of the season, but we very rarely do well at Millwall.
then Steve Lomas' Millwall v the current Sheff Weds side.
ah well, fuck Sheffield Wednesday anyway.
Says he senses people want him to do well.
Am I alone in wanting him to fail in the most embarrassing way possible?
I was going to start a new thread by thought better of it. Name the top 10 games that you have actually been in attendance at, they don't have to be the best in terms of football, but the significance and the occasion.
Mine are as follows (yes, there might be a little theme in some of them).
Crystal Palace 4 Liverpool 3 (1990)- FA Cup Semi Final 1990, possibly the greatest ever FA Cup semi final.
Sheffield Wednesday 2 Crystal Palace 2 (2010)- last game of the season in 2010 to stay up, and potentially going out of business.
Stockport Country 0 Crystal Palace 1 (2001)- Last minute winner to stay up.
Crystal Palace 3 Manchester United 3 (1990) - FA Cup Final (we lost the replay, if we hadn't Ferguson was highly rumoured to have been sacked)
Brighton 1 Crystal Palace 3 (2011)- First team to win at the Amex and against our rivals
Crystal Palace 3 Blackburn 0 (1989) - Playoff final win, when it was over two legs and we had lost the first leg 3-1.
Crystal Palace 5 Brighton 0 (2002)- AJ Hattrick
Brighton 0 Crystal Palace 2 (2013)- Play off semi final win.
Crystal Palace 1 Sheffield United 0 (1997) - Last minute curler from David Hopkin to win the playoff final
Crystal Palace 1 Nottingham Forest 0 (1987) An FA cup 3rd round win. Only really significant as it was my first ever game
Real Madrid 3 Racing Santander 1 (2003) - galactico era stars in their pomp. Zidane scores goal of the month with a 18yrd volley.
AC Milan 2 Roma 3 (2006 or 2007) - Sitting with the ultras, absolute chaos when Milan score. All cancelled out by a Totti brace.
Argentina 4 Greece 0 (1994) - Maradona on running roit while hopped up on all sorts of pharmaceuticals.
Manchester United 3 Bayern 2 (2010)- heartbreak after a ridiculous opening 25mins.
Chelsea 5 United 4 (2012) - Carling Cup tete a tete. United fans in great voice through out.
West Ham 2 United 2 (2013) - RVP last minute equalizer. Joyous fan crush in away stand
Fulham 1 United 2 (2007) - Ronaldo goal sets us on course to first title in 4yrs.
Arsenal 3 Newcastle (2003) - First month in England got to see the invincibles.
United 2 Benfica 1 (2005) first time to Old Trafford. Admittedly we crash out of the champions league that season.
Charlton 0 United 3 (2006) - Solskjaer comeback goal. It got a bit emotional.
Each had a minimum of 7 goals. I think she might have got the wrong impression of football.
City 5 Spurs 2 in 94/95 is still the best game i've seen - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PkXMHpyMSQ
The four Wembley wins would be up there.
Probably the Adebayor/Arsenal game aswell.
There was a Europa League quarter-final v Hamburg as well when Hughes was in charge which was probably the best atmosphere i've ever experienced at a Premier League ground, though they did knock us out.
The two Champions League play-offs v Spurs were unbelivable atmosphere-wise. The first one, which Spurs won 1-0, was just completely surreal. 47,000 people with their hearts in their mouths for 90 minutes. Felt like the world had ended that night.
Kinkladze's last game, as well. Half the ground in tears.
Actually, that's probably ten.
Pulis: Cardiff are going to lose some games this season, that's for sure.
It's not tedious, worthy and Welsh if they aren't
Being painted out as some sort of tax-related rug-pulling billioball issue, but in reality was probably always part of Mendes' plan to get him to Real.