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JtS
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I did some swapsies with Abedi (the sour kraut) for his son for Euro 2004, unfortunately I don't have a son so they were mine. I still need one more (must get on the panini website) to complete it.

I'm tempted this time as my brother (33) was given a load for his birthday, and my girlfriend's german flatmate want to do some swaps...

Thing is I didn't really like the Panini Euro 2004 book as a couple of the teams were unofficial, specifically England, who's players were all in plain white t-shirts rather than the kit.

Also, the books are already out before the squads have been announced which is a pain.

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completely agree about the squad thing, especially for me, i'd obiously love a theo sticker!

for any swaps try ebay, just search world cup 2006 stickers, loads of people are using it as a swap forum, and there are a few comemorative stamps for the inside cover for sale.

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A friend of mine shelled out 50 euro on a box of 700 Panini 2006 stickers last week. That's something that you couldn't do when you were a kid.
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kind of takes the fun out of it!
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Which one do you need for Euro 2004, Bo D? I've still got loads of swaps from that one (I mean, my son's still got loads of swaps, obviously). Jason's now started collecting the World Cup stickers - costing me a fortune.
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I've just come back from WH Smiths and Woolworths in town and they've all sold out - the only stickers available round here are the bloody 'official' England ones!
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bo d
"I did some swapsies with Abedi (the sour kraut) for his son for Euro 2004, unfortunately I don't have a son so they were mine."

Neither did I at the time.

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Or I did, but he was 3 months old, so his dad had to look after his sticker album.

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Just read an article that they're predicting a sale of 4 million albums in Germany.
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try the local co-op, that's where i get mine from, or as amstel said, ebay a box for 30!
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I'll have a butchers tonight
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Phoebe Disco
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Girls don't find it at all attractive gooner79, it's worse than xboxs and playstations.

Girls love playstations. And on that subject, does anyone know where I can source a really cheap second hand PS2 for a friend of mine?

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ebay is always a good bet, you'd think i work for them wouldn't you?!
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there's one on there now free postage at about 35 just type in ps2 console in the search tab
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