Starts in a few bings.
FA Cup 2nd Round replay played at Hartlepool after a 1-1 draw at Salford.
Who /Classof92/ here?
Tuesday schedule (ET)
Celtics v Cavaliers 7:30 **NBA TV
Timberwolves v Nuggets 8:00
Kings v Rockets 10:00 **NBATV
Lakers v Bucks 10:30
2nd for raptors will [spoiler]make the playoffs and lose in the second round.[/spoiler]
Anyone else not enjoying this season at all?
Imo this hole warriors spurs thing is depressing af people slobbering over their dicks just because they got off to some hot lucky starts.
Alderidge's petty jealously will bring down the team watch later in the season he will complain that he didn't get enough screen time in those mexican food commericals the spurs do, and curry is due for an ankle injury imo.
both teams will finish with 50 ish wins and they might not even be the ones to win the west
I wasn't sure were to post it, i guess here is right
joe rogan is doing a podcast with lance armstrong right now if anyone cares
YOU JUST CANT STOP HIM
ITT: Talentless Hacks
DFB-Pokal - Round of 16
Mönchengladbach 0 - 0 Werder
Unterhaching 1 - 0 Chicharito
Bayern - Darmstadt
Aue - Heidenheim
What are the Raiders missing to become a play-offs team?
Name a better team
How much will he cost in Jan guys?
All memes aside he is the hottest property striker in the World.
Will Lesster be able to hold on to him?
As England's no.1 striker he deserves better than £50k p/w and should be riding the bench somewhere on triple that.
>he is the hottest property striker in the World.
He's not. He's a 29 year old who is having the first good season of his career. No one will offer more than 15m for him. RVP was leaving Arsenal around the same age and they only got 24m for him.
On the other hand, Mahrez is worth a shit ton if he keeps this up
I feel fucking rotten that the Man City I grew up with isn't the Man City I know today.
My dad took me to Maine Road as a child and we stood together in the Kippax when it was still all-standing, The atmosphere was always electric.Kids at primary school used to rip the shit out of me because United (the popular Manc team) were unstoppable with Cantona, Hughes, Giggs, Kanchelskis, Schemichael etc, and City were the poor excuse for a team. But I was a proud City fan. My dad supports City so I support City. Laugh at me all you want but I've chose this team and...
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Though we were a minority in our home city, the city we grew up in, we revelled in the fact that United had more fans in London than in Manchester. That United was more a BSKYB/McDonalds-esque franchise than a real football club. We took pride in supporting a team that was truly, deeply and sentimentally Mancunian.
Then it changed and the Arabs came in. The club changed almost immediately. Eastlands became saturated by people who didn't know any of the songs. Robinho was strutting around behaving as though that sole free kick on his debut against Chelsea gave him the right to be a fucking slug for the rest of the season. I gave up my season ticket that May after we lost 1-0 to Everton.
Man City used to have fans that innovated shit like bringing inflatable bananas to the game as a tribute to the literally who that was Imre Varadi. But the very next season after I left, "we" "adopted" the "Poznan" (something that dozens of clubs had been doing on the continent for decades).
I wasn't there when Agueroooooooooooo happened. I was in a bar in Eastern Europe but I went fucking mental. Like literally running around the place with my shirt off screaming, flipping chairs and tables, shaking absolute strangers, falling flat on my face and bawling my eyes out. All while completely and utterly stone cold sober. Though I had reservations about what was happening to my club, this wasn't about that. This was my final blast of feeling like a child because the Man City I loved more than life itself as a child winning THE title was something I would have literally given my life for.
A year later, when City beat Bayern Munich away in the Champions League, I thought that was pretty incredible but the last remnants of my City fan innocence died when there were so many "fans" complaining on how we should have topped the group. Given the fortunes and history of the club, it is miraculous that we were even in the Champions League to begin with, let alone escaping the group but that's what happens when bangwagoners become the vocal majority.
"We" won the title that season but it meant shit all to me.
In the autumn this year,...
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Where will these two be come next season?
My wild guess - Houston and Atlanta.
when will /sp/ accept that he's the best WR since Jerry Rice and acknowledge he's a future HoF?
/sp/ hates anyone who is successful in sports unless they're extreme introverts who live in a secluded cave and don't use social media. You have to be the most unnaturally humble person who is also the GOAT to be universally well liked on here.
>the best WR since Jerry Rice
So I recently started watching NFL(I'm from Europe) and I don't quite get the rules. I still jizz my pants at a badass TD and stuff like that, but for the most part, I don't know what's going on. Send me a guide or baka?
the rules are nonsensical and constantly changing. Replay hasn't changed that at all: in fact, made it worse. There's a loose base of rules in place: 4 tries to advance 10 yards. Either by running or passing the football forward. Every position seemingly has it's own rules imposed upon it as well. There's no knowing what's an official 'rule' until it actually comes up in the game. Even then, it still can be called incorrectly: See the Tuck Rule, for example.