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    from chelsea's title ceremony

    *last pic - driver huth not pictured*
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    (Original post by fernando)
    from chelsea's title ceremony

    *last pic - driver huth not pictured*
    Yeh, so true. Terry, Cole and Gudjohnson are pretty hilarious looking. Maybe Huth ran them over? Would explain how slow he is. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Raindance)
    Yeh, so true. Terry, Cole and Gudjohnson are pretty hilarious looking. Maybe Huth ran them over? Would explain how slow he is. :rolleyes:
    now this pic is funny
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    (Original post by fernando)
    now this pic is funny
    Yes, he's running for the ball. Isn't that the point of football? Or, lest we forget, should one lob the ball up to Drogba to miss instead?

    Saying that, Kewell running at all is quite amazing.
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    at least drogba can play for more than 2 games without getting injured...sorry "injured"
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    (Original post by fernando)
    at least drogba can play for more than 2 games without getting injured...sorry "injured"
    Which is, ineed, remarkable - considering he spends half the time rolling around on the floor.
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    (Original post by Colly)
    Did anybody see O'Gara against Llanelli in the Celtic Cup final? I thought he was absolutely superb and could challenge for a place on the bench for the test matches if he plays like that mid-week. Jones definitely has to be seen as the favourite for understudy at the moment though.
    I agree, although Jones experience in the french league has certainly helped him, the french style of open rugby may be very useful against the all blacks as opposed to the 10 man rugby that england played when they beat them. Hence the infamous Mitchell comment "Orcs on steroids" (describing the english team)
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    back on topic
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    It's not that I hate Savage but....
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    football-tennis(tie), f1
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    (Original post by Yossarian)
    It's not that I hate Savage but....
    you must be the only person to not hate savage
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    Didn't think they played that bad to be honest, I reckon they'll beat the all blacks after some more playing time together and a few more games. Jonny is back on form which is even better news!
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    I like the action shot
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    Isn't it funny how Liverpool players scored all 5 goals against Germany. And in the previous qualifier, it was Didi Hamann who stuck one past us from a free kick!
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    The Lions team for the first game against Bay of Plenty next Saturday has been named:
    15-Josh Lewsey
    14-Mark Cueto
    13-Brian O'Driscoll (capt)
    12-Gavin Henson
    11-Tom Shanklin
    10-Ronan O'Gara
    9-Dwayne Peel
    1-Gethin Jenkins
    2-Gordon Bulloch
    3-Matt Stevens
    4-Paul O'Connell
    5-Ben Kay
    6-Richard Hill
    7-Martyn Williams
    8-Lawrence Dallaglio
    Replacements: Steve Thompson, Andrew Sheridan, Malcolm O'Kelly, Martin Corry, Matt Dawson, Charlie Hodgson, Gordon D'Arcy.

    I think it's a very strong team for a warm-up game, obviously Sir Clive wants to lay down a marker for the tour with a good win, particularly after the poor Argentina performance. Interesting to see ROG at 10. Comments?
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    cricket and badminton
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    yea i agree, strong team, didnt think kay or bulloch should have started though
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    I dont think you could condemn them too much...despite the individual talents there, for people who have only been playing together for three days prior to the match, its a shock they even drew.
    I was at the match and despite the scoreline, it really was a great game to watch.
    Sadly though, the welsh players did not impress - owen looked lost and shane williams sadly just doesn't have the power, and why was he off his wing during a defensive phase of play in the first 10 minutes to let in a try???
    I think moody is really under-rated. His restart ability is brilliant, and his field presence can be compared to that of LD (this can be seen as far back as the world cup final, as he took virtually every other tackle after his substitution, and was glorified by martin johnson, saying that he paid a huge part in pressuring the aussies to skew a kick leading up to that famous drop goal).
    Also, the fact that the same tactic was used again and again by owen from every kick off, with no high ball going down the flanks, e.g. to grewcock., but instead resulted in a little pack of argentinian players congregated in the central line, forcing moody to crash through them in mid-air to even reach the ball. Corry also looked uncommited and lumbering, and should really have been there to take the ball forward from moody, as a greater back row player would have.
    Cusiter aswell looked on top form, with some good runs and brilliant spun out balls from the rucks, whereas coopers were badly placed, leaving wilkinsons arms above his head, and in serious danger of broken ribs (personal experience - was not fun), maybe its a welsh conspiracy, who knows
    Also, thompsons throwing in has been improving of late, and any hooker who has the insight to be on the opposite wing waiting for a match-winning ball shows the experience which is necessary in such a touch competition.
    Anyway - Looks like the team against Bay of Plenty on saturday will be fantastic, with a very strong line up
 
 
 
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