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    (Original post by Wilfred Little)
    Is anyone on here going to France in 2016?
    I'll still be in uni so no. Qatar 2022 is the dream....


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    (Original post by IceJJFish(II))
    I'll still be in uni so no. Qatar 2022 is the dream....


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    Is dentistry one of the courses that finishes in July rather than May?
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    (Original post by Wilfred Little)
    Is anyone on here going to France in 2016?
    Haven't planned it but would love to especially considering the next 3 tournaments are looking **** currently (Russia less so)
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    (Original post by Fideo)
    Is dentistry one of the courses that finishes in July rather than May?
    Depends what year. You're also on placement in July rather than still at uni mind.
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    (Original post by IceJJFish(II))
    I'll still be in uni so no. Qatar 2022 is the dream...
    England basically already qualified :cool:
    Not far to travel :cool:
    Last Euros before they play it all over Europe :cool:
    English absolutely everywhere :cool:
    Possibility of the Welsh and Scots being there :cool:

    Can't imagine this breaking the bank.
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    Know every track on there, too many of hours of being with Mum in the car as a young budding Ford. Good times.
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    (Original post by Wilfred Little)
    England basically already qualified :cool:
    Not far to travel :cool:
    Last Euros before they play it all over Europe :cool:
    English absolutely everywhere :cool:
    Possibility of the Welsh and Scots being there :cool:

    Can't imagine this breaking the bank.
    Will be on placement in those months anyway :sad: No ****ing way i'm going Russia. Will go to 2020 Euro's if I can, we may actually be half decent by then :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by jam277)
    Everyone has been talking about Five Guys recently.

    If it's american size then that means that I can actually eat food at a shop at a reasonable price and stay full.
    LOL!

    It is good though.
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    (Original post by IceJJFish(II))
    So now when a man dies and people show respect its apparently not understanding how he divided a football club. All this comes in the light of Phil Hughes passing away, some things are more important than sport.
    I just can't believe what has happened with Phil Hughes. He was 25. It was one in ten million. Australians are so great, it's a great nation, a cricket mad nation, he was a young lad living out his dreams. I shed a tear tbh. RIP.

    I feel really sorry for Sean Abbott, the guy who bowled as well. It was an accident but you'd never forgive yourself.
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    (Original post by Eboracum)
    I just can't believe what has happened with Phil Hughes. He was 25. It was one in ten million. Australians are so great, it's a great nation, a cricket mad nation, he was a young lad living out his dreams. I shed a tear tbh. RIP.

    I feel really sorry for Sean Abbott, the guy who bowled as well. It was an accident but you'd never forgive yourself.
    Same for me Eb, I was very upset waking up to the news, it sent shivers down me to be honest.

    I can't see him recovering if I'm honest. Can't imagine what the lad is going through, he was good friends with Phil as well. Must be so tough. My thoughts are with both families, just a tragic situation.


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    Still shocked by the death.

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    (Original post by IceJJFish(II))
    Same for me Eb, I was very upset waking up to the news, it sent shivers down me to be honest.

    I can't see him recovering if I'm honest. Can't imagine what the lad is going through, he was good friends with Phil as well. Must be so tough. My thoughts are with both families, just a tragic situation.
    I was reading the reaction earlier whilst trying to do my dissertation and I just couldn't concentrate, it's so sad.

    I hope Sean Abbott can battle through and carry on. Will take unbelievable resolve and determination to get through it.

    It's just a reminder how short life is, you've got to make the most of it man.

    Australia loves cricket. I was in Brisbane when the test match was going on at the Gabba last year, the whole city just gripped by it. It's a massive loss for everyone in the Commonwealth down under.
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    (Original post by Fizzel)
    LOL!

    It is good though.
    Is it overpriced as hell?

    Tbh I find the best value for money place in terms of being qualitative and quantitative that's not the asian chicken and chips shop to be burger king. Get big tasty burgers for a decent price and I'm always full from a large meal, can't say the same for McDs.
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    Terrible tragedy, but I don't see how it is different to any sudden sporting death? Many times in football footballers have dropped down and died on the pitch. People die all of the time.
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    (Original post by jam277)
    Everyone has been talking about Five Guys recently.

    If it's american size then that means that I can actually eat food at a shop at a reasonable price and stay full.
    Wen't just recently to the one in Angel. It's restaurant price but feels fast food-esque. Good fast food mind you, would go again for sure. Was worth it just for their drinks selection and the huge bowl of chips I unexpectedly got. Burger was nice, a little on the pricey side but it tasted great.

    (Original post by jam277)
    Is it overpriced as hell?

    Tbh I find the best value for money place in terms of being qualitative and quantitative that's not the asian chicken and chips shop to be burger king. Get big tasty burgers for a decent price and I'm always full from a large meal, can't say the same for McDs.
    I agree generally, but I will happily role into McDs and devour 3-4 double cheeseburgers and a coke.
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    (Original post by Eboracum)
    I was reading the reaction earlier whilst trying to do my dissertation and I just couldn't concentrate, it's so sad.

    I hope Sean Abbott can battle through and carry on. Will take unbelievable resolve and determination to get through it.

    It's just a reminder how short life is, you've got to make the most of it man.

    Australia loves cricket. I was in Brisbane when the test match was going on at the Gabba last year, the whole city just gripped by it. It's a massive loss for everyone in the Commonwealth down under.
    Can imagine, from a cricket mad nation myself and a mild cricket fan myself and it's just a shock, a young man with so much promise. Nobody should die doing what they love

    Agree. I know i couldn't, he was on his way to the top as well but when he runs in to bowl now his mind will be full of images of Phil slumping to the floor. Would he dare bowl a bouncer again? Unbelievable and devastated is an understatement man
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    (Original post by Tom_Ford)
    Terrible tragedy, but I don't see how it is different to any sudden sporting death? Many times in football footballers have dropped down and died on the pitch. People die all of the time.
    I think the difference this time is someone has died with a direct correlation to the sport (as in the ball has hit him, it's not like Foe cardiac arrest etc.), and someone is directly 'responsible' for the death.
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    (Original post by IceJJFish(II))
    Can imagine, from a cricket mad nation myself and a mild cricket fan myself and it's just a shock, a young man with so much promise. Nobody should die doing what they love

    Agree. I know i couldn't, he was on his way to the top as well but when he runs in to bowl now his mind will be full of images of Phil slumping to the floor. Would he dare bowl a bouncer again? Unbelievable and devastated is an understatement man
    I know man. Sean Abbott will just be waking up now. You try to put yourself in the mindset of those who it's affected, but it's impossible.

    Some folks were saying he might not play again. Just hope all the families involved can get through it. Australia has been through tragedies before and I am confident they can get through this, but it will be very hard.
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    (Original post by Eboracum)
    I know man. Sean Abbott will just be waking up now. You try to put yourself in the mindset of those who it's affected, but it's impossible.

    Some folks were saying he might not play again. Just hope all the families involved can get through it. Australia has been through tragedies before and I am confident they can get through this, but it will be very hard.
    Shows the power of the cricketing community though, everyone has united around Phil's family and Sean equally. Puts sport into perspective doesn't it?
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    (Original post by IceJJFish(II))
    Shows the power of the cricketing community though, everyone has united around Phil's family and Sean equally. Puts sport into perspective doesn't it?
    Puts everything into perspective really. I thought I had problems with university deadlines and career applications then I read about this.
 
 
 
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