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Gangster Octopus
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Ah, the joys of being child-free...
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boris
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What HNDF said. Although I'm hoping to negotiate a trip abroad to watch United in European cup action this weekend, despite having visited the frozen north just a fortnight earlier. Fingers crossed.
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Aldo Simoncini's Clean Sheet
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I don't even have kids and the hassle of going on a Wales trip hardly makes it worth it, until I arrive the destination.
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Bored Of The Dance
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Torquay are playing Bath City in the FA Cup this Saturday so I shall actually go before Cardiff's now customary January exit to a North London Premiership club this year.

It will be Chairboy's FA Cup debut as well

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Can't afford to get to Hull this Saturday so I think I will go to Evesham v Halifax for some cup action.
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Kowalski
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Bangor City v Porthmadog for me
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Killie v Hearts on Saturday. Always a pleasure to meet their delightful fans.
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Kowalski
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Are they as bad as Rangers?
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I've got work, followed by a friend's birthday starting in the middle of the afternoon. I'm destined not to watch any live football this season.
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Oh yes. It's as if they try to out-bigot them to earn some perverse badge of "honour".
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Kowalski
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Let's hope you beat the charming fellows then, no pasaran!!
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ian .64
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Watching Football really is one of the few things in life that should be done standing up.

I don't know about that. When the opposition bears down upon goal, having found many ways in which they can make Dean Kiely earn his corn and do overtime, then sitting down behind lots of people who're standing up saves placing my fingers over my eyes.

Off to the Norwich game this Saturday for another ninety minutes of cardiac-inducing midfield shenannigans and skin-of-the-teeth comedy defending. I am now 80 years old.

[Edit: 'bears' not 'bares'. I'm trusting the players to perform fully clothed, obviously]

[ 26.10.2007, 08:58: Message edited by: ian 64 ]

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Pretend Best Friend
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Cardiff v Scunthorpe for me

Down on the train, looking forward to the day out if nothing else

If we lose I fear it could be all over for Dave Jones

[ 26.10.2007, 08:37: Message edited by: Pretend Best Friend ]

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Shorty

I am also a patron of Orlando's before our away games up north, glad to see I'm not the only one

There's another place just off the euston road towards euston station from Kings X, not sure what it's called though.

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Probably Nantlle Vale v Pwllheli tomorrow afternoon and then Wales v Switzerland in an UEFA Women's qualifier at Rhyl on Sunday. With a ticket to see Frank Skinner at Llandudno sandwiched inbetween.
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