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      07-19-2009 10:46 PM #51
      I say this now and will stand by it. La Liga is now the top league in the world, **** the Premireship...
      BARCA!!!!!

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    3. 07-20-2009 12:21 PM #52
      Quote, originally posted by OSD#15 »
      I say this now and will stand by it. La Liga is now the top league in the world, **** the Premireship...
      BARCA!!!!!

      will never be! epl is just more physical than any other league..

    4. 07-21-2009 11:12 AM #53
      Looks like Rosicky will get his chance to prove whether or not he still has what it takes sooner than later. Nasri out for "2-3 months" with a fractured fibula. ****.

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    6. 07-23-2009 08:58 PM #54
      one of my friends from wake forest is set to sign with everton, cody arnoux

    7. 07-24-2009 09:36 AM #55
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      one of my friends from wake forest is set to sign with everton, cody arnoux

      Just ran a quick search on the guy and found quite a bit of chatter about him. Damn cool.

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      07-24-2009 12:22 PM #56
      Quote, originally posted by BTPG »
      one of my friends from wake forest is set to sign with everton, cody arnoux

      That's really impressive, I had a classmate that also went to Wake Forest and plays in Europe. Jerry White I think he plays in Denmark right now. [IMG]http://*****************.com/smile/emthup.gif[/IMG]

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      07-27-2009 05:07 PM #57
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      From the UK's paper The Independent
      The best transfer deals in Premier League history
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      The worst transfer deals in Premier League history

      Modified by Weakness at 7:11 PM 7-11-2009

      Good read and I recognize a few names of players you'd hear in the league from growing up...
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      07-28-2009 02:11 PM #58
      I just saw that ESPN struck a deal with GOLTV last week to sublicense Bundesliga games here like they did with La Liga. You have to think they'd probably be interested in the EPL if the chance came up.
      Edit: actually, bundesliga deal doesn't seem official yet, but the NYT seems to say it's pretty much a done deal.


      Modified by TDI Vroom at 2:14 PM 7-28-2009

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      07-30-2009 09:58 PM #59
      hottest Man U "fan" ever...
      "You've seen it, you've heard it, and you're still asking questions?!?"

      "Yeah, when do we go for a ride!?!?"

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      07-30-2009 10:20 PM #60
      I'd still kick her out of bed because of that jersey.
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      08-01-2009 04:17 PM #61
      Quote, originally posted by JTiberiVR6 &raquo;
      I'd still kick her out of bed because of that jersey.


      Hell yeah. Anybody can be a Man U fan........
      I fix $600 paint jobs.

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      08-01-2009 06:26 PM #62
      i've seen hotter united fans...trust

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      08-02-2009 09:47 PM #63
      Quote, originally posted by shynop &raquo;
      i've seen hotter united fans...trust

      hotter than this?

      yup, same chick
      "You've seen it, you've heard it, and you're still asking questions?!?"

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      08-03-2009 04:55 PM #64
      But put the Manchowder top and she looks like this

      To everyone...

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      08-03-2009 09:56 PM #65
      Quote, originally posted by EdRacer71 &raquo;
      hotter than this?

      yup, same chick

      yes...i couldn't believe the amount of dimes that support man u locally. i saw them all come out this cl final vs barca, i woulda gotten some ass, but my marquez jersey kept them away, oh well

    18. 08-06-2009 02:28 PM #66
      i cant wait any longer for season to start

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      08-07-2009 06:40 AM #67
      F**K we drew Celtic in the Champions League Qualifier. I think we handle the situation, but early in the season against a quality team like celtic is going to be scary. F**k

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      08-07-2009 08:17 AM #68
      i think celtic was a good draw...definitely not upset, i would rather much play them than fiorentina and have mutu and gillardino scoring goals or atl and having forlan and aguero doing work. samaras and mcdonald are the 2 biggest threats on celtic and i think they'll be scared going up against us since they saw what we did to rangers with mainly benchers in. i'm pretty confident we'll go through

    21. 08-07-2009 09:13 AM #69
      For some reason I wanted to draw Celtic.

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      08-07-2009 10:49 AM #70
      Quote, originally posted by shynop &raquo;
      i think celtic was a good draw...definitely not upset, i would rather much play them than fiorentina and have mutu and gillardino scoring goals or atl and having forlan and aguero doing work. samaras and mcdonald are the 2 biggest threats on celtic and i think they'll be scared going up against us since they saw what we did to rangers with mainly benchers in. i'm pretty confident we'll go through

      Keep telling yourself that. Celtic has a quality back line and a winner in Boruc.
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      08-09-2009 07:40 PM #71
      Just finished up watching the Community Shield match (Chelsea v United) and here are my thoughts:
      In the first half United was consistenly making plays and pushing forward. Nani must have given himself a good kick in the ass because he did quite well, scoring a goal before he was later injured. The team now announced that he seperated his shoulder and will miss the first few week or two of the season.
      United's passing from sideline to sideline kept spreading out Chelsea's diamond shaped formation giving them many chances throughout the first galf. At the half, it was Chelsea 0-1 United.
      After the second half started, Chelsea were in command. The United from the first half just wasn't there. Ben Foster was tested on a few occasions which included Chelsea players hurrying him when he had the ball. Foster made many errors with putting balls out he should have.. Later in the second was when the flames started burning. The harder tackles came and the players crashing down.
      Chelsea's second goal, IMO, just shouldn't have happened. United had two players down (one with Ballack hit Evra in the face with his elbow) and referee Chris Foy looked at Evra and let play continue. Chelsea stormed forward and had a 3-2 situation in the penalty box and the ball was driven home to make it 2-1.
      After that, Wayne Rooney seems like someone flipped on a switch and he went into playmaker time. His consistent charges up the field both feeding teammates and taking a great cross pass from Giggs in the 90' e/t putting the ball over the top of a sprawling Cech. Making it 2-2 and heading to penalties.
      The shootout brought Chelsea a 4-1 differential winning the Shield for the first time since 2005.
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      08-09-2009 08:20 PM #72
      That is a fair assessment of the match. I usually don't like to blame the ref but in this instance it must be mentioned.
      Ballack comes on the field and gets a little bump in his ribs and goes down "injured" like he always does. The ref stops play to see if he is alright, while Ballack is already back to his feet. No more than two minutes later, Ballack decides to run into/elbow/bodycheck Evra, the ball was not even near them. Ref sees this, does not stop play and no card is given.
      I would have no problem with the calls if there was not a double standard. If your going to stop play for a fake injury that wasn't even a foul, at least stop play for the one that is a blatant foul
      I'm not too upset about the outcome of the game, it is only the Charity Shield, although it would have been nice to add to the trophy case. But overall, i don't think Berbatov played too well, Park had a good first half and not such a good second, and Foster looked unsettled. Hopefully this will all be fixed by next week. Valencia should have more of a role now that Nani is injured, but Nani did look good today prior to injury.
      *Also an odd penalty kick line up. Not exactly sure why Evra is third to take the pen. when both Rooney and Owen were still yet to take one.
      Sorry to discuss only the United aspect, but that is who i support. and i F***ing cant stand chelsea.


      Modified by toast88 at 11:30 PM 8-9-2009

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      08-14-2009 11:48 AM #73
      Season kicks off tomorrow and I can't freaking wait. I'm nervous and anxious
      Come on Gunners, no excuses this season.

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      08-14-2009 01:08 PM #74
      tomorrrrrrrrrrrrrow
      gonna wake up at 9:30 and watch the bayern and bremen game then watch the everton arse

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      08-14-2009 06:14 PM #75
      Celtic v Aberdeen
      'mon you Hoops.
      West Ham v. Wolverhampton
      They are with out Ashton, Behrami, and Boa Morte.
      COYI!
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