Off Topic Do you follow any other sports?

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  1. rooch 3

    rooch 3 Well-Known Member

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    Stronger muscles now mate dangerous though nearly took my ear off.
    Sorry I meant to say my mates ear off<ok>
     
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    I honestly believed the only thing that needed to be brought in was goal line technology especially at premier league level as although we all call them worse than **** the officials at the top level in this country are actually quite good and probably made less mistakes in a season than VAR does
     
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    Makemstine Roger Well-Known Member

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    cute ki thias mate when you go for a finger and find something you don't want and didn't bargain for<laugh><laugh><laugh><laugh><laugh>
     
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    Been a huge boxing fan from being a child courtesy of Mike Tyson, Nigel Benn and the Rocky movies.

    Grew up playing in cricket teams along with footie.

    My interest in Cricket varies from time to time.

    Loved F1 growing up Hill/Schumacher era and I've dipped in and out over the years.

    Through lockdown though when there was no live sport I really fell back in love with F1 due to race highlights and documentaries on Sky's F1 channel.

    Love Tennis, which I don't know anyone else who does.

    Like the UFC but again my interest in it wavers

    Like the 3 big American sports (NFL, NBA, MLB)
     
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  5. SAFC2403

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    For me it’s always been cricket and football.

    me dad played in local cricket leagues and I spent many a Saturday being carted around grounds in the Durham coast league while he played.

    still play cricket now although at 41 my knees are starting to give way.
     
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    Phewwww
     
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    Have to admit that listening to the cricket commentary on the radio whilst working is one of the nicest ways to spend a day at work
     
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    Cricket commentary is an art imo. For large parts of it there’s **** all happening so you have to be able to talk about anything other than cricket but also keep people interested. TMS are absolute masters at it.
     
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    I listen to the country commentary as well, its very relaxing
     
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