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  1. littleDinosaurLuke

    littleDinosaurLuke Well-Known Member

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    England found out by Ireland. Scored tries at will last week, not one this week.
     
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  2. O.Spurcat

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    It finished 7-1 on the night and 9-2 on aggregate.

    <doh>.
     
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  3. littleDinosaurLuke

    littleDinosaurLuke Well-Known Member

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    Chuck Berry R.I.P <rose>
    Without whom......there would have been no rock'n'roll. The Beatles, Stones,Beach Boys etc etc etc owe him everything.
     
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  4. No Kane No Gain

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    Not even as bad as I expected, switched off after 4-0 as I had enough of watching us get slapped about :(

    The future's bright... :D
     
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  5. Inda

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    I have a small mobile phone problem. Can anyone help?

    I used to check the scores on my mobile at http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/live-scores. It had scores (yay), table as it stands, and the ability to look at yesterday's scores and the fixtures for tomorrow.

    The BBC now redirect that page on mobile and only today's scores can be seen and nothing else. They don't even give me the option to force a "desktop" page

    I'm not happy. I moaned at them during the beta test. They didn't listen, again

    I'm not interested in installing Apps, but will if I have to. I'd just like a simple web page that shows the live scores and "table as it stand", plus yesterdays results, even if they're another click away
     
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  6. "Thanks for that Brian"

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    A true genius. Johnny B Goode is included in the dozen or so pieces of music sent into the black beyond on Voyager 1 for any life out there. He represents us all out there and the joy of life on earth.

    R.I.P.
     
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  7. The RDBD

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    The third time in 17 years that England have succumbed to exactly the same
    tactics from Ireland in Dublin, when a Grand Slam is on the cards. :(
     
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  8. Roo

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    I know you're not keen on apps, but the sky sports football app is pretty good mate. Scores appear under a "scores" tab, and tables are adjusted as the goals go in.
    The days of the week are also just a click away across the top of the page so it's easy to access the results from previous days, and the up and coming fixtures. <ok>
     
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  9. humanbeingincroydon

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    Do not go Johnny, go, go gentle into that good night,
    Old age should burn and rave at close of day;
    Rage, rage against the dying of the light.
     
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  10. "Thanks for that Brian"

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    Neymar has proclaimed himself a big fan of the Premier League and lied that he might fancy playing here at some point. To show his understanding of the English game he says...

    "I admire Manchester United, Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool - these are the teams that are always there fighting."

    He seems a little ill-informed. Arsenal haven't fought for the PL for a decade. Liverpool make a go of it about twice in every decade, these days. United used to bother, but not so much lately.

    No mention of Citeh at all, although he did reference Pep. Surprising really, as I doubt that he has any intention of making his way to these shores but his current employers might believe a rumoured move to team up with Citeh more than to join Wenger's 'title challengers'.
     
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  11. humanbeingincroydon

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    After seeing his cameo in xXx: Return of Xander Cage, at least he's not talking up a career in acting...
     
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  12. PleaseNotPoll

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    I think he means physically fighting.
    please log in to view this image
     
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  13. The RDBD

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    Google translate (Merc to English) :

    Mentioning the above could scare Barca into giving me a pay rise.
     
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  14. "Thanks for that Brian"

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    From the BBC:

    Swindon Town director of football Tim Sherwood was hit with a two-match stadium ban because of a foul-mouthed rant at a referee, the Football Association says.

    Fortunately, our current manager doesn't engage in such behaviour. I would rather him look a bit 'scruffy' than behave like Wenger, Mourinho, Klopp or Tim.
     
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  15. humanbeingincroydon

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    His comments were taken wildly out of context: what he actually said was "What the **** am I doing???"
     
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  16. Spur of the Moment

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  17. "Thanks for that Brian"

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    Phil Jones, semi-professional wrestler, gurning champion and sometime Manchester United footballer has withdrawn from the England Party due to instructions from his club manager.

    When asked about calling up a replacement, Gareth Southgate, the current incapable idiot elected to the post of National Manager, said no replacement was necessary as he preferred to flog Eric Dier into the ground instead.

    No change there then.
     
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  18. vimhawk

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    I might have misheard the radio but didn't they say that Drinkwater withdrew from the England squad through injury last Friday... and then he played on Saturday (!)
     
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  19. Blue and White

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    Yes you must have misheard because he wasn't named in the England squad. (unless he withdrew before it was announced )
     
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  20. Spur of the Moment

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    Fixed for you!! :emoticon-0148-yes:
     
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