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    Quote Originally Posted by Switch View Post
    I’ve just bought a cheap health and fitness watch that measures the number of steps I’ve taken
    Is it the Mi Fit 3 Peter Crouch version as owned by Luigi?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    Ali's hamstring injured, fvcking bad luck for Spurs and England.
    That'll teach the Yids to be the first team in EPL history never to buy a player in the Summer.

    Come on over Poch

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    Christ on a bike 2-1 to Totting. I am not posting until after matches from now on.

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    Seems I've caught your jinx

    Poor fucking Fulham

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Seems I've caught your jinx Poor fucking Fulham
    Yeah can't buy a win even with the opposition scoring for them - tiz not looking good for them

    Totting have definitely got 3rd

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    ^ good man

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Is it the Mi Fit 3 Peter Crouch version as owned by Luigi?
    Still 'tarding because it ends up I'm taller than you in real life?

    555

    That must suck some balls eh.


    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Possibly the same for Spurs away to Fulham without Kane and coming off a loss. Hopefully anyway.

    Could be all movement with 3rd and 4th, and 5th and 6th changing places.
    Fok this betting lark, time to get into Bitcoin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luigi View Post
    Still 'tarding because it ends up I'm taller than you in real life?

    555

    That must suck some balls eh
    You'd know all about balls, short stack, at your height you've spent most of your life smelling them.

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    At 5'9...

    Only when Doing-A-Joachim.



    Soz bud.



    You probably doin't remember it's only a joke you and Desperate Dapper came up with when butthurt. Hippos don't have the best of memories.

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    Pair of muppets, get a room

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    ^ fuck off you lanky kunt

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    Man Utd are definitely going to get 4th spot

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    ^ I've not given up on 2nd yet. First looks a bit of a stretch though .

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    Quote Originally Posted by NamPikToot View Post
    Man Utd are definitely going to get 4th spot
    Well that"s the kind of bet which bookies might pay out on early.

    Rather than on individual international matches...which they don't.

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    ^
    I did notice that he only mentioned he bet on Thailand when they went one nil up and all of a sudden he'd settled early qhen they lost

    Your average compulsive gambler only mentions the wins

    If they did pay out early on single matches, surely the odds would be terrible, so what odds did they pay you out on Nam Pik?
    And why diddn't you just bet on first team to score


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    Cardiff just can't catch a break. I hope they insured him.

    Cardiff City’s new 15,000,000 signing Emiliano Sala feared dead after plane vanishes
    https://metro.co.uk/2019/01/22/missi...-sala-8372369/

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    Well that"s the kind of bet which bookies might pay out on early.

    Rather than on individual international matches...which they don't.

    Cyrille, you are showing yourself up again.

    If you are going to call someone out as a liar then get your facts straight. I know you're hurting and looking for any means to pick. Bet365 are a live in-play platform and so you can cash out your bets at anytime, when Thailand went 1-0 up i cashed in, luckily. I rarely wait for a bet to complete and always take profit when bets win. And before you start accusing me of being a "Compulsive Gambler" i'm not -

    Now fuk off cock womble, ain't you got some children's lives to ruin.

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    Cardiff FC cam't buy a break - sad news about their new signing Premier League footballer Emiliano Sala was on a light aircraft which went missing over the Channel Islands.

    The 15m Argentine striker, 28, was one of two people on board the Piper Malibu which lost contact off Alderney in the Channel Islands on Monday night.


    Cardiff City, which signed Sala from French club Nantes in a record deal on Saturday, said it was "very shocked".


    Guernsey Police said there was "no trace" of the Cardiff-bound flight and his family said they felt "desperate".


    "I didn't know anything. I couldn't believe it," he said. "I'm desperate. I hope everything goes well."


    Meanwhile, John Fitzgerald, chief officer of the Channel Islands Air Search, said the probability of finding anyone alive from the missing aircraft was "reducing very rapidly".


    "I think with the sea temperatures and the sea conditions the chances of finding anybody alive are reducing all the time," he said.


    "The sea temperatures are very, very cold and just sap the core temperature of anybody in the water very, very quickly."


    The plane left Nantes in north west France at 19:15 and had been flying at 5,000ft when it contacted Jersey air traffic control requesting descent, Guernsey Police said.


    The plane lost contact while at 2,300ft and disappeared off radar near the Casquets lighthouse, infamous among mariners as the site of many shipwrecks, eight miles (13km) north-west of Alderney.


    The force added UK authorities have been calling airfields on the south coast to see if it landed there but there had been no confirmations and a decision about an overnight search would be made at sunset.


    A spokesman for the French Civil Aviation Authority said the Piper PA 46 Malibu aircraft was French but had not been registered in France.


    "We can confirm Emiliano Sala was on board," he said.


    "This morning, the French research started with one French national navy ship and one aircraft. The investigation will determined which authority will take the lead on the research."


    Sightings of red flares were reported during a lifeboat and helicopter search, but "nothing of significance was found", a Channel Islands Air Search spokeswoman said.


    Police said on Tuesday more than 1,150sq miles had been searched by five aircraft and two lifeboats. The search had resumed after being called off overnight "due to strengthening winds, worsening sea conditions and reducing visibility".


    Cardiff Airport confirmed the aircraft was due to arrive from Nantes but a spokeswoman said there were no further details.


    Guernsey harbour master Captain David Barker said no distress call had been received and if the search continues into the night it is unlikely to have a good outcome.


    "It's far easier to see something on the surface in daylight," he said. "We are looking for any traces of an aircraft, a life raft, persons in the water, life jackets."

    The Met Office said conditions were not "too intense" at the time the aircraft went missing but had become wetter and windier later in the evening.


    John Fernandez, a reporter for BBC Guernsey, said it was a difficult area to search.


    "A number of search vessels are out searching the area. It's known for its strong currents - there are a number of shipwrecks," he added.


    "The search area is absolutely massive at the moment. They're searching a number of different spots at the moment - they're not sure whereabouts this plane might have gone down."


    'Last goodbye'


    Cardiff signed Sala for a club record fee after protracted negotiations with Nantes and he was due to join his new teammates for training on Tuesday. Training was cancelled.


    In a statement, the club's chief executive Ken Choo said they were praying for "positive news" for the player and pilot.




    Media captionEmiliano Sala told Cardiff City he wanted to "start training and get down to work"He added: "We were very shocked upon hearing the news that the plane had gone missing. We expected Emiliano to arrive last night into Cardiff and today was due to be his first day with the team.


    "Our owner, Tan Sri Vincent Tan, and chairman, Mehmet Dalman, are all very distressed about the situation."


    He has been among the top scorers in France in recent years and had scored 13 league and cup goals this season, third behind Kylian Mbappe and Nicolas Pepe.


    When his move to Cardiff was announced, he said: "It gives me great pleasure and I can't wait to start training, meet my new teammates and get down to work."


    The most recent tweet from Sala's account was a picture of him and his former team-mates, captioned "La ultima ciao", or "the last goodbye".


    Sala began his playing career at Argentine side Club Proyecto Crecer, before moving to French club Girondins Bordeaux in 2012.


    His previous side, Nantes, has postponed its games against Entente on Wednesday and St Etienne on Saturday, according to its match schedule.


    Local journalist Arnaud Wajdzik said the atmosphere in Nantes is "very emotional", and people planned to gather in the town square this evening for a vigil.


    Reacting to the news at Cardiff City Stadium, Keith Morgan, chairman of the Cardiff City Supporters Trust, said he was shocked by the news.


    "We're obviously still hoping it's not confirmed but when or if it is, we will contact Nantes offering all our help," he said.


    "I think fans realise what's important and things like this put everything into perspective. Football is important in all our lives but not more than a person's life."


    Supporter Christopher Jenkins, 45, of Caerphilly, said: "I was nearly crying with my wife - it's a massive shock to everybody."

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    It's the Daily Mail, but still:

    Missing footballer Emiliano Sala told friends he was 'scared' on board a 'plane that seems like it is falling to pieces' minutes before it vanished over the Channel on Monday night.


    In the chilling recording the Argentine footballer, 28, sounds exhausted as he revealed they may need to 'send someone to find me'.
    Before the 'bumpy' flight began the pilot needed up to four attempts to take-off from Nantes in Brittany at 7.15pm on Monday night.

    Sala and his pilot last made contact from their Piper FA-46 Malibu just off Alderney at 8.30pm on Monday and the pair are missing presumed dead after wreckage was spotted in the Channel.

    In a final WhatsApp audio message sent to his friends, where the sound of the plane's engine is heard in the background, Sala said: 'I was over in Nantes sorting things out.

    'I am now aboard a plane that seems like it is falling to pieces. I'm going to Cardiff now, crazy, and tomorrow we get going. I will train with my new team'.

    He added: 'If you do not have any more news from in an hour and a half, I don't know if they need to send someone to find me. I am getting scared!'
    Very freaky.

    Will we see Cardiff have a minutes silence before their next game for a player who never kicked a ball for them?

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    OK, smart move by Unai folding in the FA Cup to Utd, dialing down the games left to play so Utd knacker themselves out to come in runners up in the Cup whilst Arse pass them i the table - that man is a tactical genius.

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    Loads of fixtures this week, gonna be a chilly one tonight!




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    Wolves ripping West Ham a new one.

    Fulham coming back from 2-0 down and smashing four past Brighton.

    Manure Utd being beaten at home, they need to send on the super sub.

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    ^ How are Citeh doin mate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    gonna be a chilly one tonight!
    Need a hug?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ How are Citeh doin mate?



    Still unbeaten under Olly, but no wonder that Heaton fella is a fantasy league favourite.

    I think we had close to 30 shots tonight.

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