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    Aljejandro Garnacho- best Premiership goal ever?

    I think so.



    And hal has been telling you about him for fucking ages too.

    So, win win.

    Please vote on the poll.
    Last edited by hallelujah; 27-11-2023 at 04:02 AM.

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    39 seconds by the way, backspin, since you pulled me up for not pointing out Fernades' time at Burnley.

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    Where's the I eat toffees option?

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    Please vote on the Harry Maguire and Andre Onana polls.

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    No thanks, need more poll options.

    You conveniently forgot to add this to the poll of scissor kicks..


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    Jaysus fucking Kerist, what’s with all the polls? Are you trying to out spam spamdreath?

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    nice overhead kick, but THIS is a goal.

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    Now THIS was a goal. And not some lucky kick either.





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    Some great goals, this is up there for me personally..


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    Here's one



    Goal of the season is done and dusted now though.

    Garnacho first and Fernandes 2nd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Now THIS was a goal.
    One of the most beautiful goals of the PL.

    Not many players could leave Denis Irwin standing flat-footed with his head doing an exorcist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edmond View Post

    Not many players could leave Denis Irwin standing flat-footed with his head doing an exorcist.
    What a full back he was.


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    Quote Originally Posted by hallelujah View Post
    What a full back he was.
    Yup.

    As Fergie said, any premier league 'Best Of' team already has the two fullback positions taken. Denis Irwin on the right and Denis Irwin on the left. My mate was banging his sister for a few months around 1997.

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    Best team goal!

    How many touches??


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    *Yawn* sorry soccer and nap seem to go together like golf.

    Was there something talented that happened?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpy View Post
    *Yawn* sorry soccer and nap seem to go together like golf.
    "Drunk man snoring", to be fair

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpy View Post
    *Yawn* sorry soccer and nap seem to go together like golf.

    Was there something talented that happened?
    You Yanks need educating on the beautiful game!

    It doesn't involve eating footlong hotdogs washed down with 2 litres of sugary drinks every time out either.

    It's the biggest sport in the world, the biggest game on the planet .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    the beautiful game!
    Ended in 1982

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    Another lucky goal from an on loan Merchandise player ...





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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe 90 View Post
    You Yanks need educating on the beautiful game!
    Sorry but I think you Brits need an education on real sports. I just do not get how you lot can get all wound up over a game that can end in a tie at 0-0 and during that yawner watch a bunch of guys kick a ball around and away from each other and that is what you call talent?. SHeeese what a challenging intelligent game that is.

    Good lord no wonder why you Brits are such underachievers. . Do those guys get paid a lot to stand around most of the game and kick the ball maybe 4 or 5 times and then do some head smack and that is the play of the game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpy View Post
    Sorry but I think you Brits need an education on real sports. I just do not get how you lot can get all wound up over a game that can end in a tie at 0-0 and during that yawner watch a bunch of guys kick a ball around and away from each other and that is what you call talent?. SHeeese what a challenging intelligent game that is.

    Good lord no wonder why you Brits are such underachievers. . Do those guys get paid a lot to stand around most of the game and kick the ball maybe 4 or 5 times and then do some head smack and that is the play of the game?
    Stand around most of the game?

    Are you retarded?

    That's literally ALL they do in American sports, so fat, boorish oafs can sit in their armchair and shout at the TV between commercials.


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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Stand around most of the game?
    Watch a soccer game HB. They jog a little, stand around a lot. then kick it out of bounds. Then with some REAL talent throw it back in over their head and then 2 idiots fight to get it free and then one kicks it all the way down field and the rest stand around and watch. Its a pussy sport that anyone can play which is why so many do from kindergarden to 50+. No real talent, skill or smarts required. In the few games that I have watched a game these grown men cry like little bitches when they get kicked in the shin. Waaaaaaaaaaah. Red Card...red Card..... Amazing they get paid to do that gig. They should be paying the owner and buying their own little jersey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpy View Post
    They jog a little, stand around a lot.
    actually they tend to do between 5 and 8 miles on average per game, that compares to your most active sport of American netball where the brothers do about 2.5 miles, American rugby 1.5 miles a game whereas real mens rugby is about 4 miles a game. Just face it American sports are dumbed down versions of mens games for fatties

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stumpy View Post
    I have watched a game these grown men cry like little bitches when they get kicked in the shin. Waaaaaaaaaaah. Red Card...red Card..
    You got something right there, but...


    Only italian players does that.

    Something in the genes



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    Quote Originally Posted by malmomike77 View Post
    actually they tend to do between 5 and 8 miles on average per game, that compares to your most active sport of American netball where the brothers do about 2.5 miles, American rugby 1.5 miles a game whereas real mens rugby is about 4 miles a game. Just face it American sports are dumbed down versions of mens games for fatties
    My point is that the game is a talentless sport, it might take some endurance to run around for a few hours but still talentless. Every 10 or so minutes the fans might see the ball get close to the goal and then the twat launches it over the goal. That's the moment of excitement. Then the goal keeper kicks it to the other end then these guys just waddle around kicking it away from each other. As I said, its a boring ass sport that again can amazingly end in a tie 0-0 which honestly, doesn't really surprise me

    But hey, to each their own. If you guys get all fired up knocking back beer wearing their jerseys screaming that that guy is amazing....then knock yourself out.

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