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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by Old Man Andrews » 23 Nov 2020 18:57

Hendo Paging James McClean to the thread, James McClean to the thread please...

You genuinely think he can read?

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by karbota » 23 Nov 2020 19:56

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Snowflake Royal Only a total fukwit thinks the British Isles is the same as Britain.


Greater Britain >Great Britain>British Islands> the indigenous people of those Islands.


Ah right. Yes of course, the original Britons were the Celts. In Irish, Welsh is Breatnais, i.e., British.
English is Sasanach - Saxonish

I now understand your comment about Chris Gunter. However sadly, I don't think the team has ever been full of Celts, it's been overrun by Anglo-Saxons for donkeys years.

Kick out all the Anglo-Saxons, just have Irish, Welsh, Cornish, Manx, Scottish and Breton players (Come back Yann!), and then we'll be grand.

Reading Abú


Thanks Abu, good try not far off track, but who is Yann?.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by SouthDownsRoyal » 23 Nov 2020 23:26

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Snowflake Royal Only a total fukwit thinks the British Isles is the same as Britain.


Greater Britain >Great Britain>British Islands> the indigenous people of those Islands.


Ah right. Yes of course, the original Britons were the Celts. In Irish, Welsh is Breatnais, i.e., British.
English is Sasanach - Saxonish

I now understand your comment about Chris Gunter. However sadly, I don't think the team has ever been full of Celts, it's been overrun by Anglo-Saxons for donkeys years.

Kick out all the Anglo-Saxons, just have Irish, Welsh, Cornish, Manx, Scottish and Breton players (Come back Yann!), and then we'll be grand.

Reading Abú


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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by genome » 24 Nov 2020 10:12

Why are we giving this moron oxygen?

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by muirinho » 24 Nov 2020 11:55

genome Why are we giving this moron oxygen?


Masochistic tendencies, why else would I support Reading?


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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by South Coast Royal » 24 Nov 2020 12:08

As a post script to this thread I think Danjuma is probably the fastest left-winger in this division so Holmes may well have struggled just as much as Esteves did , particularly in the second half (he did ok in the first).

Hopefully Yiadom will come back fit and firing so the debate about Esteves v Holmes can go away for the time being.
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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by Old Man Andrews » 24 Nov 2020 12:10

South Coast Royal As a post script to this thread I think Anjuna is probably the fastest left-winger in this division so Holmes may well have struggled just as much as Esteves did , particularly in the second half (he did ok in the first).

Hopefully Yiadom will come back fit and firing so the debate about Esteves v Holmes can go away for the time being.

LOL Anjuna........... :roll:

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by South Coast Royal » 24 Nov 2020 12:12

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South Coast Royal As a post script to this thread I think Anjuna is probably the fastest left-winger in this division so Holmes may well have struggled just as much as Esteves did , particularly in the second half (he did ok in the first).

Hopefully Yiadom will come back fit and firing so the debate about Esteves v Holmes can go away for the time being.

LOL Anjuna........... :roll:


Already corrected within a matter of minutes having checked the spelling in the local paper.

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by Snowflake Royal » 24 Nov 2020 12:14

South Coast Royal As a post script to this thread I think Danjuma is probably the fastest left-winger in this division so Holmes may well have struggled just as much as Esteves did , particularly in the second half (he did ok in the first).

Hopefully Yiadom will come back fit and firing so the debate about Esteves v Holmes can go away for the time being.

Tbh, I think I prefer Araruna to all three. Solid defender, crisp passer, not too cavalier and a beautiful cross on him. Doesn't want to cut inside and run at the box all the time.


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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by karbota » 24 Nov 2020 20:08

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Greater Britain >Great Britain>British Islands> the indigenous people of those Islands.


Ah right. Yes of course, the original Britons were the Celts. In Irish, Welsh is Breatnais, i.e., British.
English is Sasanach - Saxonish

I now understand your comment about Chris Gunter. However sadly, I don't think the team has ever been full of Celts, it's been overrun by Anglo-Saxons for donkeys years.

Kick out all the Anglo-Saxons, just have Irish, Welsh, Cornish, Manx, Scottish and Breton players (Come back Yann!), and then we'll be grand.

Reading Abú


Thanks Abu, good try not far off track, but who is Yann?.


Ahh, I see who you mean yes Kermo great player. Yann Alain Kermorgant, he might qualify but only if his ancestors also lived here, and that their bones or remains were buried/interred/burnt/ lost within these islands. Otherwise no, please don't come back we are full..

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by Hound » 24 Nov 2020 21:14

South Coast Royal As a post script to this thread I think Danjuma is probably the fastest left-winger in this division so Holmes may well have struggled just as much as Esteves did , particularly in the second half (he did ok in the first).

Hopefully Yiadom will come back fit and firing so the debate about Esteves v Holmes can go away for the time being.


Watching a bit of them vs Forest, Bournemouth have absolutely rinsed forest’s RHS as well. He’s clearly a top player, as is Brooks

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by Simmops » 24 Nov 2020 21:45

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Ah right. Yes of course, the original Britons were the Celts. In Irish, Welsh is Breatnais, i.e., British.
English is Sasanach - Saxonish

I now understand your comment about Chris Gunter. However sadly, I don't think the team has ever been full of Celts, it's been overrun by Anglo-Saxons for donkeys years.

Kick out all the Anglo-Saxons, just have Irish, Welsh, Cornish, Manx, Scottish and Breton players (Come back Yann!), and then we'll be grand.

Reading Abú


Thanks Abu, good try not far off track, but who is Yann?.


Ahh, I see who you mean yes Kermo great player. Yann Alain Kermorgant, he might qualify but only if his ancestors also lived here, and that their bones or remains were buried/interred/burnt/ lost within these islands. Otherwise no, please don't come back we are full..


oxf*rd LOL!!!!

THICK AS FRENCH MINCE

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Re: MATCHWATCH : Bournemouth (a) sponsored by Jimmy Quinn

by karbota » 24 Nov 2020 21:51

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Thanks Abu, good try not far off track, but who is Yann?.


Ahh, I see who you mean yes Kermo great player. Yann Alain Kermorgant, he might qualify but only if his ancestors also lived here, and that their bones or remains were buried/interred/burnt/ lost within these islands. Otherwise no, please don't come back we are full..


oxf*rd LOL!!!!

THICK AS FRENCH MINCE


Apologies, don't recall him playing for Oxford, but thought he was a decent player us though.


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