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brenchill    13,371
Just now, Jimmy said:

would have him in over Witsel any day 

and, I say this any without bias, I would probably say Dembele is better than Messi

so I think Belgium should find space for him

:huh:

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Baddar    108,231

They're going on about England at half time during one of the games of the tournament - I haven't looked, but I imagine my Facebook feed is on fire about now.

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brenchill    13,371
Just now, Baddar said:

They're going on about England at half time during one of the games of the tournament - I haven't looked, but I imagine my Facebook feed is on fire about now.

Shearer was basically saying all these Wales players have come from the same academies as the English players, so that isn't the problem.

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MDK    22,679
7 minutes ago, Jimmy said:

would have him in over Witsel any day 

and, I say this any without bias, I would probably say Dembele is better than Messi

so I think Belgium should find space for him

In international football? Yes. But that is because Messi is retired >_>

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Jimmy    4,201
1 minute ago, MDK said:

In international football? Yes.

Knew you'd have my back :) 

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MDK    22,679
Just now, Jimmy said:

Knew you'd have my back :) 

You god damn right (H)

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Jimmy    4,201
Just now, MDK said:

You god damn right (H)

I still shout OVERLAP in your honour :wub: 

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Sam    302

Stunning goal! My god do I want Wales to hold on here! 

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MexicoJack    4,158

Great goal. Savage is a shit commentator though, sounds like your drunk mate at the pub who talks too much.

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Sam    302

This has to be the best match I've seen this tournament. The Welsh are playing exceptionally well too.

In the surprise of the match Fellaini has been booked. 

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Gazzlory Hunter    52,966

Wales are gonna win the Euros!

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Lars Kuyt    1,493

Hello, it's me again.

 

WALES!!!!!!

Damn you Ramsey :( 

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MDK    22,679

God damn, Kanu just took three players out of the game. Those three players will still be looking for him when this ends.

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Sam    302

Gutted for Ramsey if Wales go through as he'll miss the semi and he has been immense. 

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Chris2K    4,430

That's a cracking header.

 

Now you better beat Portugal.

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Regia    203

I really wish players wouldn't go down so dramatically. If you've been fouled, it makes it look like you dived/

 

Also, get in! My dream of a Wales/Iceland final continues to live!

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Sam    302

WALESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS! They're going to win this!

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