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are there even any good football teams in London?

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Colchester get the massive tie of Crawley in the Mickey Mouse cup next.  They trying to do the @fobar double

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1 hour ago, NoCakeForYaya said:

Battle of the cans tonight lads, who you got?

Loving seeing Leicester do alright under Rodgers, 'great character' to the side. 

Lol. I love fixtures like this. No bad result; best outcome is that someone gets humiliated. 

I'd settle for 5-0 to arsenal though. With 4 players from each side getting sent off.

Good old Brenda. Just waiting for another Ricky Villa/Gervais gag and his re- introduction to English football is complete. 

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1 minute ago, Bubba_Sparks said:

Lol. I love fixtures like this. No bad result; best outcome is that someone gets humiliated. 

I'd settle for 5-0 to arsenal though. With 4 players from each side getting sent off.

Good old Brenda. Just waiting for another Ricky Villa/Gervais gag and his re- introduction to English football is complete. 

Lol I'd take an Aubameyang hat trick for my fantasy football..

He's doing a great job to be fair.

I was reminded the other day that potch has been at Tottenham for 5 years lol. Couldn't believe that, they are going backwards! 

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The stage is set for ManUre to take the first points from liverpool at old Crapford

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