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Cavalry Trouser Tips
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No umbrellas with sharp tips are allowed inside the stadium
Georgi Markov will be delighted they're finally clamping down on this kind of irresponsible shit.
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Why are Sweden playing an apparently home friendly in London?
They begin with 'N' and end in 'ike'. Look who they're playing.

We await 50ft high posters of Zlatan and Kaka standing head-to-head...

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Hang on, did I miss or forget about Sweden switching to Nike? What the fuck? The were consistently one of Adidas' best kits ( I preseume their federation talked them down from their worst design excesses).

Are Sweden nominally the home team? Brazil have been in all of their previous London friendlies as it is their agency who books them.

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They're marketing it as some sort of 50 year repeat of the '58 Cup Final aren't they?
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That's right noj. But as far as I can work out it's Brazil v Sweden. It's listed as an away game on the Swedish FA's site and the Arsenal site says Brazil are at home too.
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This is the earliest Easter since 1913, fact fans. That season, Arsenal finished bottom of the table and were relegated. That's not very relevant to the thread, I just wanted an excuse to type it.
How on earth did I miss this opportunity?

1. Earliest Easter - global warming to blame.
2. Arsenal then failed to earn their way back into to the top division in 1919.

Bastards

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Hang on, what am I talking about? Sweden switched from adidas to Unbro recently.

They haven't gone to Nike then, have they?

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Sweden are Umbro Harry (who are owned by Nike now)
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Harry's owned by Nike? Sellout.
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I see Mexico-Ghana is at Craven Cottage. That actually looks interesting.
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I'm tempted by AFC Wimbledon tomorrow: anyone else?
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There's an impromptu Easter 'thon happening at Stourbridge on Monday when the Leamington juggernaut roll into town and attempt to keep up the pressure on Evesham at the top of Southern League Division One Midlands.

jon/juan, Phoebe Disco and myself are confirmed. Duncan Gardner is a possible.

All welcome!

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