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  1. zio

    zio TPF Noob!

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    so shortly i'll be moving to england, ok in a few months but still, and i was wondering if anybody knows of any good car dealers or real estate agents in East Anglia....i'm going to try and live in cambridge if possible b/c i've been there before and have wanted to go back ever since....any suggestions?
     
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    Sorry Zio, i live about 300k from there in the NW. Cambridge is a nice place but a bit on the pricey side if you intend buying. Full of bloody students too who share a pint with three friends, each with their own personal drinking straw. :)
     
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    I wanna go to England and watch footy! Waahhhhhh!!! Go Gunners!!! :D
     
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    Did i not wanna or expect to ever hear that on here :(
    Got to give a plug for my local side Wigan Athletic who are currently lying in 3rd position in division 1. Hopefully, we'll be playing the likes of Arse en al next season
     
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    Hey at least I'm not a Man-U fan. ;-) (Although I must admit, being a keeper I'm a HUGE Tim Howard fan.) That'd be awesome if WA made it to the prem next year. :D

    Did you catch the Chelsea match this past weekend? Crap, who'd they play, Bolton? Got beat 8 ways to sunday for the entire match and STILL managed a 2-nil win. And what's the deal with Man U getting thrashed by City????
     
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    Man ure, are playing awful at the moment. They're missing Beckham so much it stands out like a sore thumb. Bolton are our very close neighbours so we don't really see eye to eye. Glad they lost :p

    We have probably the best Goalie outside the premiership in John Filan. He used to play for Blackburn Rovers. He's not bad at all for an Aussie :D
     
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    :shock: I logged off for 5 minutes and this pops up?! Gezz.....
     
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    You've got to let us lads talk about the beautiful game at some point. it was inevitable.
     
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    Yeah I don't understand Man U. They're so damn DEEP, yet Arsenal is kicking their arses in the standings. Personally I think beckham was/is overrated anyway, so I didn't mind seeing him go to a country whose matchs I never see. ;) Ruud is a great striker, but Henry for Arsenal just seems to always be in the right place at the right time and has such excellent control.

    That's cool you've got a good keeper. That's my position, so I'm all about the big saves and 1-0 goalie battles. ;-)
     

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