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    Notice that I didn't actually respond to the 5* skills comment.
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    Just re-watched the bicycle kick against England though. You could hear the butthurtness in Townsend's voice.


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    Just re-watched the bicycle kick against England though. You could hear the butthurtness in Townsend's voice.


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    It always annoys me whenever Townsend refers to the English as ''we''. He played for Ireland!
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    (Original post by sr90)
    It always annoys me whenever Townsend refers to the English as ''we''. He played for Ireland!
    Haven't watched an England match since the World Cup. International football is awful.


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    Haven't watched an England match since the World Cup. International football is awful.


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    I hate international football with a passion.
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    (Original post by sr90)
    It always annoys me whenever Townsend refers to the English as ''we''. He played for Ireland!
    Think in the 80s/90s getting a call up for Ireland was as easily as having been to a Pogues gig once basically.

    Dont know what it's like in other parts of the country but in London an absolute crazy number of people have some great grandmother etc from Ireland if they look into it. Fair enough I went to a catholic school, but I'd say the majority of my year would be eligible for a call up... :laugh:


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    In fairness though Ireland absolutely killed it in WC1990 and Euro88 and regularly got results against England/Holland with that route 1 footie. Even though half the team had cockney accents :laugh:
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    Think in the 80s/90s getting a call up for Ireland was as easily as having been to a Pogues gig once basically.

    Dont know what it's like in other parts of the country but in London an absolute crazy number of people have some great grandmother etc from Ireland if they look into it. Fair enough I went to a catholic school, but I'd say the majority of my year would be eligible for a call up... :laugh:


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    In fairness though Ireland absolutely killed it in WC1990 and Euro88 and regularly got results against England/Holland with that route 1 footie. Even though half the team had cockney accents :laugh:
    I went to a Catholic school and it was exactly the same!
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    Merry Christmas you lot, hope you're having a good one
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    (Original post by Zürich)
    Think in the 80s/90s getting a call up for Ireland was as easily as having been to a Pogues gig once basically.

    Dont know what it's like in other parts of the country but in London an absolute crazy number of people have some great grandmother etc from Ireland if they look into it. Fair enough I went to a catholic school, but I'd say the majority of my year would be eligible for a call up... :laugh:
    Yeah it's the same in Birmingham. I'd estimate maybe 25/30% of the population are of Irish descent. Even I am lol.

    There is an area of Brum called Kingstanding and I swear everyone there is of Irish descent. Every **** I've ever met has Murphy, McGuinness, Flynn, Connolly etc as their surname.
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    Yeah it's the same in Birmingham. I'd estimate maybe 25/30% of the population are of Irish descent. Even I am lol.

    There is an area of Brum called Kingstanding and I swear everyone there is of Irish descent. Every **** I've ever met has Murphy, McGuinness, Flynn, Connolly etc as their surname.
    Swear Irish girls must have been giving it out for nothing back in the day or something? :laugh:

    Not for me though guv, pure English and Dutch I am



    Must say I love the Irish though, mainly see older gents around London but they tell a proper story, proper jokes.
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    Kudos to anyone who can sit and watch the whole thing
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    40 seconds in 'this isn't so hard, gonna watch all of it easily. bit cringey'
    41 seconds in '**** this **** goodbye'
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    Quit when the fat girl came on my screen


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    Round 2





    The internet is a weird place.
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    http://youtu.be/UHu_cfy33bY

    Lol do you guys remember this?

    "The floors are sticky & the seats are damp, every platform has a ****ing tramp" haha
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    (Original post by SHOO)
    http://youtu.be/UHu_cfy33bY

    Lol do you guys remember this?

    "The floors are sticky & the seats are damp, every platform has a ****ing tramp" haha

    Can't forget the video

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    (Original post by AR_95)
    Can't forget the video

    LOL

    1.04 is just tragic
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    (Original post by SHOO)
    http://youtu.be/UHu_cfy33bY

    Lol do you guys remember this?

    "The floors are sticky & the seats are damp, every platform has a ****ing tramp" haha
    Lol these guys were two med students from imperial. I believe they're now trained as anaesthetists. Saw them live


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