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    So i seen theres a few threads about the Man U vs Chelsea game thats on today, just wondering who everyone on here follows.

    I follow a team called Kilmarnock FC. The oldest Professional team in Scotland.

    So who's your team?

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    Re: Football proper football ;) - Soccer

    you will never guess

    the boss is a celtic supporter


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      Re: Football proper football ;) - Soccer

      Originally posted by ramstiles View Post
      you will never guess

      the boss is a celtic supporter
      well im sure he's having an awful night lol


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