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    Rams will play a HOME GAME in London in the 2019 season

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    You going?

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    • #3
      Was kinda hoping it was going to be a Mexico City makeup since that's not such a big road game for the team, but letting our friends in the UK enjoy a game is fine too! Enjoy!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by KevinDoyle View Post
        You going?
        Yes, we will be there. You?

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        • #5
          Yeah. Didnít go last time they were in London for a reason I canít even remember any more but I will definitely make the effort this time.

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