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FREEBRITNEY last won the day on April 16

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About FREEBRITNEY

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  • Birthday 11/03/1986

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    Bristol, UK
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  1. See, you all say we need to change the offside rule but then I see Chelsea fans cry and I'm just wondering why fix something that gives us so much joy?
  2. Bristol Rovers did it in the opposite direction by being relegated to League Two because who enjoys winning or playing football or just anything to do with football? That would be too much for us all to handle
  3. I am at a beer festival today so I'm slightly annoyed, but I caught the first few episodes. I'm enjoying what I am seeing so far. I'm looking forward to seeing more later on tonight whilst half cut and emotional. Truly should help my emotions.
  4. I think it's going to - hopefully - pick up as the season goes on (Netflix order 23 episodes, so they've only released part of the season) and kick into gear once they develop more about their world and the characters involved. I generally enjoyed it as easy going TV, although it did feel like a weaker version of Futurama in a lot of places. But anything that allows John DiMaggio and Eric Andre more work is never a bad thing for me.
  5. Much happier with that result. If we find Croatia on that form, we'll have a great chance of beating them.
  6. On this performance, I'd MUCH rather play Croatia. Everyone's dying and their final ball is utter shit. Russia are quick on the break and they're tall mother fuckers. Set pieces might be harder against them.
  7. We need another goalkeeper if Mignolet leaves and I always think you need to at least try to improve on the position if you can. Karius needs someone who can competently share the burden with. But, I'm equally OK with him staying. Mignolet has flaws that legitimately cost games, buy Karius had a crisis of confidence at the start and then horrible luck in the final. I'm far more confident with Karius than Mignolet, personally. But if they can sign a top level keeper (Oblak, Lloris, etc) then I would be all for it. Other than that, I would like to see us get just more strength in depth. We
  8. Having seen Tranmere play in the Championship back in the day, it's a travesty they even fell out of the league. But, they've got back in and in such a fighting manner. Great to see them back up there. Well done boys!
  9. Yeah... They've lost their shit They're generally considered a bit more right leaning than their wonderful counterparts (and totally unbiased endorsement from me, obviously) FC St. Pauli. I've heard a few stories of Pauli fans getting beaten up by HSV ultras around the Reeperbahn in Hamburg, although I can't verify that. All in all, it's sad to see. On the plus side, that Hamburg Derby next year is going to be INSANE. Although I do fear there may end up being trouble and most news sites will play it as a left versus right argument.
  10. Going with the old school here. Britney rules all. Please know this.

  11. I too would like to see Huddersfield go up with Newcastle and Brighton as a Liverpool fan. However, failing them I would kind of like to see Sheffield Wednesday go up as well.
  12. Four EFL clubs 'at risk of failure' according to a study from financial service firm Begbies Taylor. Looking around, there's been lots of speculation on the clubs involved. Three League One teams and one League Two team. Most people point to Leyton Orient as a definite likelihood, with Bolton also suggested. It's a shame to see the potential downfall of some historic teams.
  13. So, for Bristol Rovers I think it has to be: Stuart Sinclair Steve Mildenhall Matty Taylor Nathan Blissett Jake Gosling Those are the five I feel bring the most to the club within the next three years.
  14. Roy had no reason to mention it. Managers up and down the country rest players without flat out saying "oh, they didn't want to play because they were tired". It offers no benefit for him to slate one of his players again. Just like he did with Glen Johnson at Liverpool, he's deflecting attention onto the player because he cannot be seen to be wrong. For a man with his experience, you'd think he would have learnt the basics of PR by now. Better yet, you'd think the FA would have too. Who knows if Raheem will be galvanized by this and become a better player? Maybe. Or maybe he and the rest of t
  15. It has been coming for the last few games. Today the bubble burst. Absolutely. "Slow and steady wins the race", as they say. It's probably the most frustrated I have felt in a long time. Such an opportunity... Still. Just have to give "hope" and "dream" a chance to win it for us, I guess. Keep us dreaming boys. Keep us dreaming.
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