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Colly    13,989
5 hours ago, Baddar said:

So it goes something like...

Looks like they could really pull off a THAT TWAT LINEKER HAS SAID IT AGAIN! today.

?

It's less polite than that. 

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Matt    7,495

Bielsa should be announced today

 

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Adam es Tranquilo    6,896

This is surely your best managerial appointment since, erm, David O'Leary!?

Or Simon Grayson.

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DavidMarrio    3,868

Bielsa in the Championship is gonna either be an amazing coup or a glorious train wreck. Either way it'll be interesting to see! 

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