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on 6/11/2015, 16:12
There were one or two other songs being aired in the second half which were quite appropriate.....shame they never made the cut!

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on 11/11/2015, 16:56
Plastico Salford n TV again, the BBC have picked their game against the Monkey Hangers for live TV, so expect another mammoth love in with those gobshites
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on 11/11/2015, 17:36
Apparently WE are the gobshites, according to them. Shocked
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on 12/11/2015, 14:42
No Brocker they are
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on 12/11/2015, 15:49
Indeed. Some of us remember the match at Radcliffe where one of the two managers (I don't recall which) succeeded in inciting a lot of aggro. It wasn't even their team involved but they seemed intent on causing trouble.
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on 12/11/2015, 19:30
I genuinely went into that documentary hoping to see the positive side of Johnson/Morley but no (even with usual provisos about editing) they really are deeply unpleasant.

We did also see with the drinking and Ashley Dunn's opinion on diet that for semi-pro footballers the emphasis is definitely not on the pro part of that description.

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