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Croute au fromage et oeuf au plat
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Christ, what an indictement for the rest of European football and particularly Spanish football to see Bolton carry on nicely in the UEFA cup....
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Alderman Barnes
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And thanks to you too, Captain. You've been a lovely audience.

The game I really wanted to watch tonight is Werder Bremen against Braga, but I'm not so sure I'll stay awake that long.

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Harry Carpenter
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I think Bolton forewent (could that be a word) the rights for TV in order to try and fill teh Reebok out for the first leg. Not sure if each tie has rights for both legs in one package.
I don't think so, I believe the home club just does a deal for it's match or matches.

I presume no British broadcaster was a) interested or b) offered enough to Atletico.

I'm glad R5 made the right choice to focus on your game though.

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You're certainly helping to dispel the myth that the germans have no sense of humour Alderman.
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Harry Carpenter
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I thought Alderman was from Gillingham?
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Alderman Barnes
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Oh fuck. Benfica have scored.
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Alderman Barnes
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And again. Bugger.
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Benfica score in the 89th minute and would go through on the away goals rule now.
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Alderman Barnes
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I am from Gillingham, Harry. But I've been living in Germany for eighteen years and got citizenship last week.
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Shame for Nurnberg, but at least they can concentrate on their upcoming relegation fight.
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I thought he'd become german though ?
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Been in Germany since 81 mate, since 90 as a civilian. I'm grasping onto my English passport though. Having a German wife renders the citizenship useless, unless of course i wanted a government job.
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Oh man, that was fucking cruel on Nuremberg. Although they were defending in numbers, they were looking reasonably comfortable. Then, with a minute to go, the ball pinged off Koller in the penalty area and fell for the Benfica forward. Then they had to throw everything forward and got caught on the break.
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Is there such a thing as "an English passport"?

Sorry, I wasn't aware of the point behind your comment, Captain. Congratulations again then, Alderman.

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