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  1. The "Where are they now?" thread

    Sad reaccs only plz
  2. The Glory Hole (Perth Thread)

    Is this the ugliest A-League kit ever?
  3. Artificial Sweetner Appreciation Thread

    https://www.theage.com.au/business/consumer-affairs/farewell-coke-zero-drink-canned-amid-battle-for-sugar-phobic-drinkers-20180718-p4zs7r.html Rip in peace
  4. Usain Bolt

    So he can run really fast in a straight line and has absolutely no footballing ability whatsoever? I'm just glad he's not Australian or he'd be the Socceroos starting winger as apparently he has everything required for the job...
  5. Transfer Talk, Rumours and Speculation

    I hear that Cahill kid is a decent prospect
  6. The "Where are they now?" thread

    Holy shit
  7. Western Sydney

    Christ that's bad. Wouldn't expect anything else from Nike though. Most of their kits have been awful for years now
  8. World Cup Thread

    Yeah I fell for that meme too. There actually was no group stage in 1938, however Germany did go out in the round of 16 which was the first round
  9. World Cup Thread

  10. TTIM: Things That Irk Me

    Genuinely thought Osama Malik being re-signed had finally killed the forum
  11. World Cup Thread

    Couldn't agree more
  12. Michael O'Halloran

    O'Halloran is Catholic fwiw
  13. Osama Malik

    Great news re-signing him, easily one of our better players last season. The bias against him from our supporters despite him repeatedly proving his worth is ridiculous.
  14. Market research?

    God-tier Simpsons posting
  15. Welcome Riley McGree

    Great signing! Plus now at least seeing that scorpion goal being replayed every ten minutes this A-League season won't make me quite as sad