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    (Original post by IZZY!)
    is the draw likely to happen?
    Unlikely, but not impossible. And I'd give similar odds on an England win, unless Clarke's fall sparks a spectacular collapse.
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    GET IN! COME ON!

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    Maybe, just maybe....
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    (Original post by goldenbarnes)
    Unlikely, but not impossible. And I'd give similar odds on an England win, unless Clarke's fall sparks a spectacular collapse.
    but the weather forecast predicts some rains on saturday and sunday
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    (Original post by goldenbarnes)
    GET IN! COME ON!

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    Maybe, just maybe....
    lol
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    (Original post by NDGAARONDI)
    And who's that?

    Toldo ranked only two top keepers, Cech impressed him the most, was on SSN a while back now. If I come across a link with it on I'll show you it.
    Cech out this months Shoot magazine
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    Yep, I'll be watching it! Been an athletics fan since I was a wee child
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    haven't brought that in ages!!!
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    Aussies on top, but if it rains, a draw could be likely.
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    england will have to bat really well if they are to get 300+ runs, if the australian bowlers are on form then it is unlikely we will win.
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    (Original post by tiempo)
    \I wanna seeeeeee!!!!!
    Go and read the Ultimate Footy thread.
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    I think he wants a link in your face style.
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    (Original post by Jump)
    Cech out this months Shoot magazine
    If I come across it I will although I'm not a fan of football magazines except for clubs' official ones.
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    It was a joke and not intended to offend anyone. Chill out peeps.
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    (Original post by SideView)
    aye aye.... i think van persie is so "mature" in football terms
    I don't think you like Mr Persie. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by NDGAARONDI)
    If I come across it I will although I'm not a fan of football magazines except for clubs' official ones.

    :eek: sorry couldn't resist.
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    I hadn't bought it in about a decade but I had a 25 hour journey to fill...

    Basically Cech gets asked whos the best keeper in the world he says it's Buffon by a fair distance.
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    (Original post by ChelseaBabe)
    :eek: sorry couldn't resist.
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    (Original post by Jump)
    I hadn't bought it in about a decade but I had a 25 hour journey to fill...

    Basically Cech gets asked whos the best keeper in the world he says it's Buffon by a fair distance.
    He's not arrogant enough to say me!
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    (Original post by ChelseaBabe)
    He's not arrogant enough to say me!
    He's a Chelsea player. Nuff said.
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    (Original post by Jump)
    Basically Cech gets asked whos the best keeper in the world he says it's Buffon by a fair distance.
    Buffon only gets his reputation for the mahoosive price tag, playing for a team whose defence is pretty good and in a defensive league and Serie A being a bit overrated to be honest.

    Did Buffon concede less than 15 goals last season with a league that has had more goals than La Liga? Serie A is so defensive that Cech could beat go 10 or less goals conceded at this rate. So who was the Premiership keeper better than Cech then? Martyn? van der Saar?
 
 
 
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