Homegrove wrote:

Not my doing, it comes from the amount of your posts. wink

I'm happy to provide you with a custom title if you have one in mind. smile

"Not a Bedrock virgin" maybe

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Ed Smallman - modern feminist

poirot wrote:

Yeh some of it. That Kate Simko track is utter garb though. Again imo. I also think this last one of his is as boring as fuck.

Would have to agree on that Kate Simko track, the production is utter garbage, the drums sound like they've been played on a biscuit tin

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This looks a bit more realistic

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mr rossi wrote:

Not had a chance to listen to this yet.Is it like his 6mix he done?
Enjoyed that one.

No its a recording from one of his live sets so if your not into the stuff he's playing now you probably won't like this, however, he says hell be putting up one of these every month and hell be putting up some classic sets as well so might be worth subscribing to

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Tbf though most clubbing movies are shit, SW9 was another one that tried to be edgy and failed miserably

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I thought Go was a decent movie, Timothy Olyphant was good as the villain and Katie Holmes gave probably her best performance ever, no Loopy on the soundtrack though there is a track by BT on there

http://www.amazon.com/Go-Music-From-Mot … B00000ICMO

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dutchy101 wrote:

Didn't Gareth Southgate do the same with Middlesbrough?

Southgate was Middlesbrough manager from 2006-2009 and was sacked after getting them relegated to the Championship although it wasn't till October they got rid of him

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Grant wrote:
Beijing Dave wrote:

What I most remember about Robbo is he managed to get a side that had Ravanelli, Barmby, Juninho and probably a load of other expensive buys on huge wage packets relegated and also the time the 'Boro chairman had to get Terry Venables in to 'help out' (ie manage the fucking team). That and Robbo's (alleged) 12-can case of Budweiser a night habit.

But yeah - you're right - Keane was even more woeful.

Don't forget fitting in losing the FA Cup and League Cup final in the same season.

And getting relegated

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Is there anybody out there?

namistai wrote:
steelydan wrote:
dutchy101 wrote:

Track ids?  Recognise the last one but have no idea of the name.

Hardcore Uproar - Together

I'm actually staggered that someone had to ask this.

Prog credentials lower than Ed Smallmans

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Brenda seems to think that Sterling will stay and see out his contract, clearly deluded

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"Call me Dave" has gone over to try and renegotiate with the EU, reckon he'd stand a better chance against those sharks than Merkin and co

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I'd like to know what Wenger was doing in the running, what's he done this season he doesn't do normally?

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poirot wrote:

Surely Bryan 'The mastermind' Robbo Robson turned him over?

He did when he was at Boro in 98 and Hughes did at Blackburn, but Brucey has never beaten him as a manager

The only one of Ferguson's former charges to beat him twice in the Premier League is Mark Hughes, who did a double in his time at Blackburn. They won 2-1 at Old Trafford, with a Morten Gamst Pedersen brace, and 4-3 at Ewood Park, with David Bentley scoring a hat-trick as Rio Ferdinand was sent off, in the 2005-06 season.

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Big Fella wrote:

Fergie didn't want to be beaten by anybody, are you saying he was never beaten by a former player who turned manager Matt?

I believe so, certainly can't remember him being beaten by any of them

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joeyp wrote:
Big Fella wrote:

Fergie would have let Hull win for the sake of Brucesey's health.

Old bake bean head.

Can see hull getting out of this

Wouldn't bet on it, Fergie didn't want to be beaten by any of his former players, Bruce never beat him as a manager

A bit of Sasha recorded at Shaboo in 1990

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If Newcastle can't beat West Ham at home they deserve to go down

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Ancelotti might end up going back to Italy, talk of him going back to Milan

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shaunstrudwick wrote:

doubt we could get Ancelotti tho sad

City could go for him or they might wait one year till Guardiola becomes available

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You'd certainly want to be her friend though

http://www.highsnobiety.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/12/files/2015/03/emily-ratajkowski-lingerie-campaign-00-600x360.jpg

Liverpool have cancelled their meeting tomorrow with Sterlings manager so i wonder what that will allude to

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Snowcrash wrote:

Tasty fixture between Manchester Utd and Hull for the final game.

With 3rd place now out of reach for LVG, wonder whether they'll turn up.

I was quite disappointed that Sunderland got a point against Arsenal, would have made a much more interesting final day if they'd been in the relegation mix as well, i think Hull are gone, I can't see them beating Man Utd and you would expect Newcastle to get at least a point against West ham at home