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I mean, if they were the Boston Benedict Arnolds...
Fascinating story isn't it.
You got a touch of Simo Häyhä about you?
Also, any Brit supporting the Patriots has got a petty poor grasp of history.
Are we the Beatles and the Stones et al, then?
Yep, and Touchdown magazine I think
Wow. I never knew that was a thing.
Haha. Not me either mate. Never been to Florida. Until I went to NYC for the first time 10 years ago, my entire time in the USA was 2 hours in...
I'd suggest Miami's popularity is down to the fact it was and is a popular holiday destination for Brits, and when Channel 4 started showing it...
Maybe the describing the fans after a few beers and another defeat?
7th overall. Miami top.
If league rules say void the season that's interesting to say the least, @MoWilkBeast.
I would argue that voiding the season rewards failure and...
You raise some interesting points, some I agree with, others not (given our season, hardly surprising). I've responded to each one as I think...
I feel for you.
Given L1 & 2 clubs couldn't afford to play games behind closed doors (and none of the money sloshing around in the Prem was going...
Champions by ppg, you'll never sing that!
I'm also a big fan of the primates, if that helps @jetophile.
Monkey Forest is about an hour up the road. :-)
They haven't for the last 28 years, but thanks anyway!!
Bob's your uncle, means you understand. I've never thought about Fanny's your aunt though. I think it means nothing really, just an extention of...
Bollocks is a brilliant word by the way, @jetophile .
That's bollocks = that's rubbish, crap
The dogs bollocks = brilliant
Get a bollocking =...