Bundesliga Returns

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Sadact7
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Re: Bundesliga Returns

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Reg wrote:
Mon May 18, 2020 9:57 pm
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mark wrote:
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Korea are allowing carefully controlled groups of supporters into their grounds.

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I had to look twice at that. Creepy.

Still, more life in that crowd than an average match day at the Etihad.
What is that? Some of them look real, some look like mannequins.
It’s where Manchester City play. I’m not surprised you haven’t heard of it, there’s been no recorded instance of anybody ever actually attending.
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I haven’t been to City since the Maine Road days.
Neither have the Bertie fans

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Elbow bumping goal celebrations are a bit odd. The couple of games I have watched had the pre-season feel to them

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Anyone watch the game today ? Two very good teams though Bayern always seemed to have the edge. Sancho came on in the second half. The figures being banded around for him seem to be a bit too high though I suspect there will be very few big money moves anyway.
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I cant stand football being played behind closed doors, Ive learned.

Its really fucking weird. Dont like watching it at all.
just blandly gargling cum over here.

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