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I love the red arrow from Valdés... (the cough-it-up pass)
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I've made a game up where you have to take a drink whenever an English commentator pronounces "Cazorla" with a Spanish lisp.
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Get the football channel on direct tv or download the ESPN app on Xbox allows you to watch most matches.

Building won't allow dishes...no xbox, but I do have the espn app, not so many games.

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I've made a game up where you have to take a drink whenever an English commentator pronounces "Cazorla" with a Spanish lisp.

LMFAO, awesome. As a kid I loved to watch Zaragoza because of that!
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I was really impressed with Andy Carroll in the West Ham Arsenal match. He's a game changer with West Ham but unfortunately not impactful at Liverpool
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I've made a game up where you have to take a drink whenever an English commentator pronounces "Cazorla" with a Spanish lisp.

I sort of know what you mean but that is how it is pronounced I believe... I try to get names right if I can, ie I say Xavi as "Shavi" not "Exavi."

but the one I could never get was Alexander Hleb.
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West Ham can keep him and I hope the transfer is sooner than later.
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West Ham can keep him and I hope the transfer is sooner than later.

Hi, is Liverpool your club? Can you explain what is going on there? i didn't see this coming at all and thought they would have finished at least 5th this year. It is very early of course but still...is Rodgers part of the problem, or is it injuries or what?
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I've made a game up where you have to take a drink whenever an English commentator pronounces "Cazorla" with a Spanish lisp.

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LMFAO, awesome. As a kid I loved to watch Zaragoza because of that!

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I sort of know what you mean but that is how it is pronounced I believe... I try to get names right if I can, ie I say Xavi as "Shavi" not "Exavi."

laugh.gif Love it. Appreciate the English attempt to get with continental spanish.
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Before today's EPL matches can I ask everyone to look at the the top four, specifically number four and remember this day. It's been over 90years since we've had this sort of start in the top-flight and you might have to wait a few more before it hapens again wink.gif

Boing Boing! happy.gif
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Before today's EPL matches can I ask everyone to look at the the top four, specifically number four and remember this day. It's been over 90years since we've had this sort of start in the top-flight and you might have to wait a few more before it hapens again wink.gif
Boing Boing! happy.gif

Brilliant start to the season but is it really 100 years since Laurie Cunningham, Cyrille Regis and Bryan Robson almost won the league? Doesn't feel that long ago.
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Brilliant start to the season but is it really 100 years since Laurie Cunningham, Cyrille Regis and Bryan Robson almost won the league? Doesn't feel that long ago.

That year we didn't start quite as strongly, it took us a while to get going. Those were the glory days though, and there haven't been many in the last 30yrs wink.gif
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That year we didn't start quite as strongly, it took us a while to get going. Those were the glory days though, and there haven't been many in the last 30yrs wink.gif

Long's cross for Morrison's opener was the best seen at the Hawthorns since the days of Wullie Johnston (or so a Baggies-supporting friend assures me). Vying with Stoke to be the best in the midlands though that's not as hard as it used to be given the state of the others.
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I don't know even where to begin on why Liverpool is doing so poorly. They need something in the second half. That's were most goals are scored upon them. They also suck at home which is really an odd thing. Finally the refs need to start stepping up. I am really at a loss for words. If they keep it up they will be relegated at the shit will really get ugly.
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Vying with Stoke to be the best in the midlands though that's not as hard as it used to be given the state of the others.

Nothing wrong with WBA or Stoke. But the best team in the Midlands is Derby County. COYR!! icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif
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Long's cross for Morrison's opener was the best seen at the Hawthorns since the days of Wullie Johnston (or so a Baggies-supporting friend assures me). Vying with Stoke to be the best in the midlands though that's not as hard as it used to be given the state of the others.

None of the West Midlands fans really count Stoke as a midlands team. The main rivalry is Villa v Birmingham and West Brom v Wolves. Baggies tolerate Birmingham, but don't hold out much respect for Villa, Wolves tolerate Villa but don't respect Birmingham. We all feel sorry for Walsall who hate all of us...
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