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haz

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  1. Haz's Dank Meme Thread

    My collection had reached a couple thousand so I thought I would share. Atm this won't include very offensive images as I don't want to test the mods. Ill begin with a few.
  2. Wazza Watch

    Havnt seen the game, just my obersvation
  3. Wazza Watch

    Dont think this game was Wazza's fault: He just needs to get the boys to practise shooting during the week
  4. Listening to the game on radio from work. Sounds like we are dominating but just cant score as usual??
  5. Only if he wears shorts as small as game day.
  6. World Cup 2018 - Russia

    I hope you bring your fighting gloves for the russian ultras
  7. Fernando Brandán

    Going to be some horse heads in bed if a 16 year old re-injures Bruno or Fernando
  8. Hasnt been listed the last few. Looking at social media he seems to be training. Eitherway its still better then the dreaded 'Insert Name - Calf (1 Week)'
  9. Won't be watching this game so expect a solid win.
  10. Was watching this at my grandparents home in a retirement village, lost my shit at the TV probably woke the neighbourhood
  11. McCormack is an NPL player
  12. Yea exactly what the Fox commentators said
  13. Marcin Budzinski

    Love the little summary at the end. Yea I agree. Of course neither of us are the coach so we won't know the reason. But yea I think he's just lazy. (very similar to the sort of player I was actually)
  14. Marcin Budzinski

    He'll be sucking them in after 20 mins
  15. Marcin Budzinski

    I can tell hes got the skill, just not the fitness, I can tell Waz is a real fitness focus manager (ie. Brattan) so I can see why Budzik is not close to starting
  16. Neil Kilkenny

    Melbourne City sign Socceroo Neill Kilkenny from Preston North End MATT WINDLEY, Herald Sun 30 minutes ago Subscriber only SOCCEROO Neil Kilkenny is coming home to the A-League. But then again, Australia isn’t exactly home for the midfielder who has spent all but seven years of his life in England. Kilkenny has signed a two-year deal with Melbourne City and trained with his new teammates for the first time on Monday. The 30-year-old, who since 2004 has played in each of the Premier League, Championship and League One for clubs like Birmingham City, Leeds United and most recently Preston North End, said he had been seriously thinking about leaving England for a couple of years. So when City made contact “six or seven weeks ago” it came at exactly the right time. Kilkenny said he always wanted to play “abroad”. And while he has both Aussie and British passports, Kilkenny still inadvertently lumps Australia in to that category. Melbourne City signing Neil Kilkenny at Citys Bundoora headquarters today. Pic: Michael Klein “I’ve lived most of my life in England,” Kilkenny told the Herald Sun. “My partner is English, my three kids are English, so I don’t know what the future holds for us in the sense of where we’ll live after my career. “But I’ve always kept an eye on the A-League and then this opportunity came up. “I’ve always thought about going away from England, I spoke to people at the club and spoke to people about the club and everyone was very positive about what was going on, so I thought ‘why not? Let’s try something new’.” Kilkenny was born in Enfield, Middlesex, moved to Brisbane with his parents and two older brothers when he was four and then back to England when he was 11. He has only been to Melbourne once, when part of a Socceroos camp. “I think it’s been 19 years since I’ve lived here, so it’s going to be a bit of a culture shock for me and especially my family because they’ve never been to Australia,” he said. “It’s going to be an adventure, but an exciting one that we’re looking forward to.” Neil Kilkenny in action for Australia at the 2011 Asian Cup. Kilkenny feels the positivity with which A-League teams try to play will suit his style better than the route-one habits of many lower tier English sides. He is emboldened, too, by the fact that Socceroos coach Ange Postecoglou isn’t afraid to pick Australian-based players for the national team. Kilkenny hasn’t played for the Socceroos since 2012, but he hasn’t given up on adding to his 14 caps. “I’ve always wanted to play for the Socceroos and I still want to play. “I still feel that I should be in the squad and obviously it’s my chance to prove it now, being more in front of the manager.” http://www.heraldsun.com.au/sport/football/a-league/melbourne-city-sign-socceroo-neill-kilkenny-from-preston-north-end/news-story/943f8655ff2bccdc650455ec8fbf5725 http://au.fourfourtwo.com/forums/default.aspx?g=posts&t=117213
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