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DFF

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About DFF

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  • Birthday 31/03/1986

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    Sheffield, England
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    Sheffield United, Sheffield Steelers and the Detroit Lions.

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    Embrace Change

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  1. Very happy with this pick-up.
  2. I did a discography review on my blog a few years ago that covered the first three albums: https://garethjhunt.wordpress.com/2016/10/04/discography-review-ghost/
  3. That's 7 consecutive clean sheets now! 😮
  4. DFF

    Comic Book Films & TV

    I actually think Diaz is pretty great. However, they do seem to keep him around a lot longer than other villains.
  5. Really happy with the Lions pick-ups - it looks like we're actually doing free agency properly this year! 😮
  6. Absolutely loved the last episode.
  7. The thing that throws me about it is, have the laws of the game changed? Isn't it supposed to be 'deliberate' handball that causes a free-kick/peno?
  8. https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/breaking-keith-flint-dead-prodigy-14084654 EDIT: Only 49 years old. Flipping heck. Police are saying it's not suspicious.
  9. I've always struggled with Primitave Man. Not sure why. But I'll give it a bash. If anyone is into longform stoner doom / doom (with some psych), then I recommend the following: https://mangont.bandcamp.com/album/maa-sarv They are an Estonian trio. The tunes are mostly instrumental, and take a little while the develop (18 mins, 13 mins and 14 mins are the track lengths). I really like it, and I can see it placing highly in my album of the year list for 2019.
  10. I looked up the FA rule earlier this morning - players are not obliged to leave the field. If they refuse to do so, the sub is cancelled and play continues. Whilst it's unprofessional, Kepa was actually within his rights under the laws of the game (which is hilarious). It's not even the first time a high profile player has done it - Messi did it in a league game in 2014: https://www.eurosport.co.uk/football/bigger-than-barcelona-messi-refuses-to-be-subbed_sto4714666/story.shtml EDIT: It gets even better - the same ref had a similar situation in 2017 with Fabianski at Swansea: https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/football/four-more-players-who-refused-to-be-subbed-after-kepas-wembley-defiance-37848991.html
  11. Chuffed with our win over West Brom. We haven't been great away at top end sides, so we really needed that. Apparently we are the first team since Everton in 2017 to stop them scoring in a home league game!
  12. The showrunners have discussed this and acknoledge it couls be jarring, but came back with something like "how many covert / spy / undercover operatives and group from over 100 years ago could you name / would you be aware of?"
  13. I mean, he puts his left arm across the keeper's path to the ball and leans backwards into him as he turns.
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