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FK Mladost Podgorica vs Gandzasar Kapan is definitely the glamour tie of the round.

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I reckon Kapan could go all the way this year and all.

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Why, are they your 57th team?

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1 minute ago, Kaney said:

Why, are they your 57th team?

You literally support two teams, skirty.

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I don't support 57.

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