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i have a 2 year old daughter,and have been with my g/f since i was 18 (now i'm 24) i cant get married not yet

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I would love to have seen some matches feat Boca ive heard good things about them and i love the south American football, sky sports have the world cup qualies this summer alwats great football on show from the Argies and others...


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Only if Argentina could get the job done when they need to like Boca. They are such an underachieving country for the players they have. Nice hit with Boca Jayjay. They are pretty straight up with getting things done. 3-0 wasn't exactly how i thought that match was going to be like.
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Boca is so lucky. San Lorenzo or America will send them back home in the SF

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nice hit on 1-1 jay.
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I would love to have seen some matches feat Boca ive heard good things about them and i love the south American football, sky sports have the world cup qualies this summer alwats great football on show from the Argies and others...
Ryan, Setanta are covering the Libertadores live this year. I don't subscribe to Setanta so I watch all the matches online instead.
http://www.justin.tv/psn_1

Here are the goals from the unjust 1st leg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-xg26vJJFg

And here is the action from the just 2nd leg, check out Palermo's 3rd
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gj6nvrjQyp4

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Only if Argentina could get the job done when they need to like Boca. They are such an underachieving country for the players they have. Nice hit with Boca Jayjay. They are pretty straight up with getting things done. 3-0 wasn't exactly how i thought that match was going to be like.
I thought we'd be under alot of pressure and have to weather the storm and grind out a win. Instead we dominated the match just as in the 1st leg, only this time were far more clinical. I love Datolo, but I wanted to smash his face in a few times after we went 1-0 up and he was too selfish and it cost us getting a couple more. However, that frustration didn't last long because soon after we put the game to bed.

I'm surprised how little Atlas showed, but given how little they showed in the 1st leg, maybe I shouldn't be. Having lost 3-1 in Mexico in the group phase, you just had to believe it would be as difficult but instead it was made to look easy.

I've been saying it since the start and the more we play the more you have to believe that this front line is just unstoppable over two legs. Palermo-Palacio-Riquelme-Datolo, a perfect combination of finishing (Palermo), pace (Palacio & Datolo) and with the man to piece it all together (Riquelme).

To think Ledesma can't even get in the team anymore shows how strong we are.

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Lucky? We should have scored 7 at home and could have scored at least another 3 away from home.

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Ryan, Setanta are covering the Libertadores live this year. I don't subscribe to Setanta so I watch all the matches online instead.
http://www.justin.tv/psn_1

Here are the goals from the unjust 1st leg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-xg26vJJFg

And here is the action from the just 2nd leg, check out Palermo's 3rd
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gj6nvrjQyp4



I thought we'd be under alot of pressure and have to weather the storm and grind out a win. Instead we dominated the match just as in the 1st leg, only this time were far more clinical. I love Datolo, but I wanted to smash his face in a few times after we went 1-0 up and he was too selfish and it cost us getting a couple more. However, that frustration didn't last long because soon after we put the game to bed.

I'm surprised how little Atlas showed, but given how little they showed in the 1st leg, maybe I shouldn't be. Having lost 3-1 in Mexico in the group phase, you just had to believe it would be as difficult but instead it was made to look easy.

I've been saying it since the start and the more we play the more you have to believe that this front line is just unstoppable over two legs. Palermo-Palacio-Riquelme-Datolo, a perfect combination of finishing (Palermo), pace (Palacio & Datolo) and with the man to piece it all together (Riquelme).

To think Ledesma can't even get in the team anymore shows how strong we are.



Lucky? We should have scored 7 at home and could have scored at least another 3 away from home.





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Awesome many thx for the links pal will watch the goals now, and cheers for link i have sky sports but not Setanta so will need that feed


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CR: 82-92 (-£4200.95)
One for saturday and locking in another OR.

L10 (£1000) Handicap - Rangers (-1) beat Queen of the South @ 10/11
PP (SI) - £1909.09

L5 (£500) Outright - Estudiantes win the Clausura @ 9/4
PP (SI) - £1625

CR: 82-92 (-£5700.95)
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Gonna tail you on the -1 Rangers bet surely they cant fuck up another competition


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Great price on Estudaintes to win the Clausura. It will be either Estudiantes or River winning it, no chance for the others.

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L10 (£1000) Handicap - Rangers (-1) beat Queen of the South @ 10/11
PP (SI) - £1909.09

CR: 82-92 (-£5700.95)
Loss.

What a joke Rangers are. Honestly.

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L5 (£500) Outright - Estudiantes win the Clausura @ 9/4
PP (SI) - £1625

L10 (£1000) Outright - Boca Juniors to win Copa Libertadores @ 9/2
PP (SI) - £5500

L5 (£500) Outright - Italy win EURO 2008 @ 7/1
PP (SI) - £4000

L5 (£500) Outright - France win EURO 2008 @ 9/1
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Ive only just got back after watching my team go down in the playoffs so i dont know apart from the score what happened with Rangers but i see they were 2-0 up at halftime what a fucking joke- i can only blame tiredness


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Ive only just got back after watching my team go down in the playoffs so i dont know apart from the score what happened with Rangers but i see they were 2-0 up at halftime what a fucking joke- i can only blame tiredness
Blame it on them being shit. And you don't want to see Barry Ferguson in injury time only needing to slot the ball past the keeper, but instead trying to take the piss and walk the ball in and then passing to a 16 year old when he could have just put it in himself.
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Blame it on them being shit. And you don't want to see Barry Ferguson in injury time only needing to slot the ball past the keeper, but instead trying to take the piss and walk the ball in and then passing to a 16 year old when he could have just put it in himself.
Your joking! jesus christ i'm glad i didnt watch it i would of broken my t.v- what a prick Ferguson- the man who was to shit for the premiership so went back to an easy league


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Boca have a great team, and have gotten some pretty good results so far. Fluminense is there next match up, should be a good one.
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