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  1. Bubba_Sparks

    Ariel - Conor Interview

    He's an instigator. And where I come from people like that get SLAPPED.
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    Speak Your Mind Thread

    Get a hummer
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    Ariel - Conor Interview

    That's because it was an interview by an mma reporter, not a gossip magazine.
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    Speak Your Mind Thread

    they're slightly less manic outside the cities but still a bit more random than you'll be used to. Never had a problem with driving on the wrong side of the road personally; your brain just kind of rewires itself.
  5. Silva/Belfort were clearly on ALL the roids, and Rockhold illegally headbutted him. You also just called Hendo and Stann nobody's. Nice work limey.
  6. Ah well. Who'd have thought you would have retained the Ashes by day 2 of the 3rd test. Congrats lads. That Warner/whatshisname partnership was the difference. Pathetic batting from England. They all think they're still playing in the ODI WC.
  7. First class average of 31 mate. This is all set up for a repeat of Headingly '81. Archer to take the roll of Botham.
  8. Lol, yeah, it's looking at least 79 above par. I'm really fed up of our batting line up. Roy just isn't a test opener; he is just not going to be able to leave 4 or 5 balls on the trot. And that brings our best batsman (Root) in far too early, especially as he's batting one place too high, which means we're now in the position where our number 6 is facing the new ball. Smh. If we still had Cookie he'd be on 2 off 50 balls by now, which is wayyyy more valuable to the team in this situation than a few quick runs before chasing a wide one.
  9. Lol. Tew easy mate. Yeah, I make city favourites again. I have no confidence we'll win the league again in my lifetime. Our best chance is probably in a transitional season for Citeh when Guardiola loses interest or something. Aside from LFC winning something, I'm waiting with eager anticipation to see which ex-player's wheels will fall off their wagon most dramatically; Lamps, or Ole. Both crashing and burning horribly would be the ideal outcome.
  10. I was not at all an Ox fan, but he had a real purple patch before his injury. Scored 5 goals in 9 games and bagged 3 or 4 MOM awards in the 2 months before he trashed his knee. Appreciate that 2 months of decent play in an 8 year career is nothing to get excited about, but it just seemed like Klopp was getting the best out of him....I'm undoubtedly biased, but if anyone can get the best out of a young player it's much more likely to be Klopp than post 2010 Wenger!
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    ClassicBoxer's 2019 fitness thread

    Ah, shame about the injury. Good luck with it, don't stress about time, just enjoy it and finish strong!
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    RUGBY - James Haskell joins Bellator

    Occasionally threads have popped up about what sports would make for a good transition to MMA. I've always said rugby players would do well - they're used to physical contact, they're tough as nails and they're generally big lads. Often wondered when i saw him on Beyond the Octagon if he would ever turn pro. Will be interesting to see how it goes. Will have great stamina for a big lad....only question mark would be he's not the sharpest tool in the box. For the uninitiated, here's the big man in action. What would be really fun is if Tuilangi or Courtney Lawes gave it a go. Tuilangi could probably even make LHW.
  13. The Ox has never had a manager who believed in him before Klopp. He was playing some pretty sensational stuff before he got injured. I'm expecting strong things from him from about October onwards. I also think we're going to batter Arsenal on Saturday. Let's make a statement.
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    ClassicBoxer's 2019 fitness thread

    Nice work mate. Coming for that MW strap! Have you done your 10k yet?
  15. That last session was a classic bit of English cricket. After the gloom...a surprise bit of brightness, a crowd baying for blood and 8 wickets tumbling. Warner did well to keep going after being terrorised from the first ball pretty much, but the day belonged to England and Archer. Lad has got a glittering career ahead of him. Advantage England.... but you know what they say about judging a pitch when only one team has batted.