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Wee Aja

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  1. There's nothing wrong with that whatsoever. FM is a serious business, and the other passengers will understand.
  2. I think everyone who celebrates Christmas (or watches TV that day!) will understand that one
  3. Easily one of the funniest screen shots I've seen. Would've been even funnier if he agreed with the advice
  4. Ok then.... As said in the All-Nighter thread last night, after just over a season with Hoffenheim I quit despite taking them into Europe for the first time and building a strong squad. I was annoyed by the players constantly wanting out to join a bigger club even though we were going places ourselves. So after a short time I was offered a job with Feyenoord but when I clicked 'reject' on the job offer screen and 'confirm' it turns out I'd clicked 'accept' (heehee ). I only lasted 65 days or so because I wasn't interested in managing them. Another quit which will do wonders for my club and player loyalty attribute, no doubt. Into March and Real Zaragoza came calling, dangling a gold-plated carrot of £30,000,000 in transfer funds for me. They are fighting relegation in the Liga BBVA (Lord knows why with such a strong squad). I took the job because it represents an interesting challenge. Morale is at rock bottom, the staff are useless and there are a few ageing big-name players in the first team who will be released. Actually, the club as a whole is in a terrible state. It's going to be fun.
  5. Excellent points CP - would love it if long-term games felt more involved and, well, "long-term" Especially #1. Hate being a nobody at a club you've served impeccably for years, just doesn't make sense.
  6. The River ROE runs through Limavady (where my missus is from) here in Northern Ireland. Limavady people are known as "Roesiders" so I'd guess it's there. As for the OP's point, I believe (so I've read) that 100% of bank notes in circulation in Northern Ireland contain traces of Cocaine.
  7. I only caught the tail-end of the last one. I may pay more attention to this since I'm here from the start. Very interesting indeed
  8. A mate of mine was born with Arthritis. He's in his 30's now and still suffers terribly. Nothing out of order with that injury.
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