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    Chelsea are relentless now, 75% possession.
    Baggies just gotta hold on for a few more minutes.

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    This can be a cruel fucking game.

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    Boing Boing


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    As Keys said, Bilic didn't have a half-time talk for 3-0 up.


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    How the fvck did they throw that away?

    Useless YoYo wankers.





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    It's laughable how Riley and the rest of the c u n t s keep trying to explain all these shit decisions about handball.

    They don't even seem to understand their own rules.

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    Krovinovic scored three goals for the Baggies last seasonWest Brom have agreed another season-long loan deal with Benfica for midfielder Filip Krovinovic.
    The 25-year-old Croat also spent last season on loan with the Baggies.

    He made 40 appearances and scored three goals in the Championship as the club won promotion to the Premier League.
    "I know it took a little bit of time but now I'm here and that's the most important thing," Krovinovic said. "It's an absolute pleasure to be back with family."
    He added: "I said to my brother that it's like coming back to school after the summer holidays. To see your friends is one of the best things in your life."
    West Brom have begun the Premier League season with two defeats and a 3-3 draw with Chelsea at The Hawthorns, having led 3-0 at half-time.

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    Outstanding first half goal by WBA, shame Livermoor put it in his own net

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    I think sybille is on hiatus.

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    Fulham banging them in for fun at the moment.

    2 up after 30 mins.

    Not looking good for the Baggie YOYO wankers.

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    I was trying to think of a West Brom boy made good- and Robert Plant was born there. Believe his home (well, estate) is out in the country not so far away actually. My late Grandad had a few beers with him ("call me Bob") at the Queens Head in Wolverley. He knew he was a musician, but had no idea he was a legend.

    But unfortunately, he is a diehard Wolves supporter. Boohoo. Actually Wolves haven't been doing too badly either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Actually Wolves haven't been doing too badly either.
    Did Wolverhampton produce or develop any of the world famous and most beloved BSA motorcycles ?

    I didn't think so

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    Boohoo.
    Indeed

    If Cyrille is made in Birmingham, he can't be all bad

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    Loads of industry was in Wolverhampton Helg, Birmingham (inc. the Black Country) was the cradle of the Industrial Revolution and known as the City of a thousand trades. As it happens, one thing Wolverhampton was particularly noted for was bicycle manufacturing, dozens of companies. BSA maybe had a factory in West Brom, but it was founded originally in central Birmingham (in the Gunnery quarter, right next to the Jewellery quarter) as a small arms manufacturer (BSA = Birmingham Small Arms).

    I was made in Northfield, Brum- roughly equidistant between Longbridge (Austin) and Bournville (Cadbury). So I can't be all bad.

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    A well deserved prod for Cryall..

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    Where's YoYo Cy gone?


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    Next game is Utd v WBA

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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    Next game is Utd v WBA
    He'll make an appearance when the Baggies beat Utd

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    He'll make an appearance when the Baggies beat Utd
    Aye (like Dil, the shithouse)

    Or get beat 7-0.

    Either of which is possible depending on which United turns up that day.

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