u23 2018 Season

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eric olthwaite
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Re: u23 2018 Season

Postby eric olthwaite » Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:29 pm

Oh, and Palarse play goal music at the U23s.

Absolute wankers.

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dirty leeds
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Re: u23 2018 Season

Postby dirty leeds » Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:51 pm

Glad all over, me. Now I've warmed up a bit running home. Yeah, decent game. Loads of missed chances. Ayew has a poor attitude; no wonder he's not in their team. Good goal from Bogusz

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the flying pig
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Re: u23 2018 Season

Postby the flying pig » Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:54 pm

palace have a pretty big, densely populated, catchment area that gives them access to a lot of young talent, are often well represented in england under-whatever teams.

though one or two of them have historically been a bit iffy agewise, like a young[ish] victor moses who turned up in croydon early in the milennium, declaring himself a 12-yr old asylum seeking orphan, whilst in foster care was by all accounts the best schoolboy player ever seen in these [or possibly any] parts, tho his career seems to have run curiously aground aged barely 28.

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Devi
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Re: u23 2018 Season

Postby Devi » Mon Apr 15, 2019 3:00 pm

What EO and DL said, mainly (and especially the Izzy bit). Shack and Clarke got a half each and were the best of us, no one can hit a decent corner, and the hot dogs are vom.

Oh, and Woy was there but no sign of God.
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