Yaldho (Yaldho)
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21 year old Male
Man utd..
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So far these are the teams that have impressed me at the WC. I havent watched all games so i could be missing few. Peru - Should have got something out of that...
2 hours ago
Ahhh Brazil, why you always disappoint me?
1 day ago
Really enjoyed watching Peru. Tough luck.
2 days ago
No, that was a clear foul. There is contact.
Ya, they were really bad.
3 days ago
Umtiti should be a yellow but who dived?
F*****g work :(
Did you forget that horrible night against Liverpool in Europa? How Coutinho tore him into pieces?
4 days ago
Just playing devils advocate here. So you want to play a 2 man central midfield that Pogba dosent like and maybe risk not getting the best out of him? Its tough...
If we sell Martial, we will have to go get a Bale or someone of that mold.
Sounds like an easy game for them. 2-0 up already.
5 days ago
Its so stupid. Where is he going to go to get more first team football? To a team that is below our standards. Because he wont be a automatic starter for a club...
We got the 2026 world cup!! Great news!!
6 days ago
Bye Felicia..
1 week ago
Does Liverpool have the 'image rights' for Salah?
1. Merica (I know we are not in there but..) 2. Brazil 3. England
If City give up on Jorginho, we should try to sign him. Would be a perfect replacement for Carrick.
And Panama made it lol.
I went to my first FC Dallas game yesterday and it was pretty fun. Will do that more often.
It is something else that is holding up the announcement. A stock market rule does not affect a transfer like that.
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4 years ago
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