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  1. AMIW

    EPL transfer window

    Another one tunneled out of the theatre of screams to Italy... serie a trying to become TSGLITW?
  2. I would of voted for the hot chickie pat benatar
  3. “The Quadruple is still on “ ... D Bustop
  4. why i had already told you that Sheff Utd were replacing Man City
  5. weekend footie Saturday, January 18 Watford vs. Spurs, 7:30am, NBCSN, Arsenal vs. Sheffield United, 10am, NBCSN Newcastle vs. Chelsea, 12:30pm, NBC Sunday, January 19 Burnley vs. Leicester, 9am, NBCSN Liverpool vs. Man United, 11:30am, NBCSN,
  6. our own hoserboy Would be proud... oh and over in jersey right now asking Sam for tickets for the next tour miss you rich
  7. AMIW

    EPL transfer window

    watford sign a striker from udinese
  8. tranmere flood their pitch so they dont get to play watford tonight!!!
  9. AMIW

    Come on you Spurs!

    Basically pornography... check out for example David Sullivan’s wiki page
  10. AMIW

    Come on you Spurs!

    But west ham is richest in bongo
  11. Your honour since you are talking chickens the correct plural is all y’all
  12. AMIW

    EPL transfer window

    Cheese lovers like @JimCT will hope he turns out to be better than lo cello or ndombele their summer signings in midfield who have not proved to be worth it
  13. some good news for the killer animals Carrots and Sweet Potatoes are being dropped by helicopter =================================================================== Australia bushfires: Wallabies fed by carrots dropped from helicopters As animals try to recover from bushfires which have ravaged Australia, wildlife services in New South Wales have taken to the skies to help wallabies. The marsupials' food sources and habitats have been burned in the fires, so authorities are airdropping over 2,000 kg of carrots and sweet potatoes from helicopters. Elsewhere in the state, communities and rescue centres have helped kangaroos, camels, horses and alpacas to survive. But they're the lucky ones - many more animals have died in the fires, and in some cases the animals have had to be put down because their burns are too severe. Follow Newsbeat on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Listen to Newsbeat live at 12:45 and 17:45 weekdays - or listen back here. 35m ago
  14. lots of middle aged balding guys in that shot too - they must be much older and balder now