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capriccioso

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About capriccioso

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    GANGNAM STYLE
  • Birthday 01/13/1994

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  • Gender Male
  • Location Liverpool
  • Fan Since 2002
  • Memory Drogba goal at the new Wembley in 2007.
    Kalou's cross which landed on Riise's head.
  • Interests Cycling, doping, history, communism.

    Weird mix.

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  1. The Cricket Thread

    Hahaha... it was always funny watching guys like Inzamam fielding. And Kamran Akmal's wicketkeeping is brilliant http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmiohAKGdYM It is changing now, though. Many of the younger players are very good fielders.
  2. The Cricket Thread

    Not really, I just find the name 'Monty' amusing . That and his fielding is so atrocious you can't criticise him for it, you can only laugh . He's a capable bowler though, good as a back up for Swann.
  3. Michael Essien

    He looks good in white.
  4. Chelsea Kits 2016/17

    That would be because you don't wash often.
  5. The Pub - Discuss Anything

    Why copy me for?!
  6. Last Film You Watched

    Easy A. It's awful, but Emma Stone is quite hot.
  7. The Cricket Thread

    Broad is only in the team because his batting makes up for his bowling. A 2012 version of Ashley Giles. If history repeats itself, he'll be dropped the next time an Anglo-Punjabi pace bowler turns up with some decent bowling form, but awful fielding, and wears a turban. Of course, I'm referring to how Sir Montgomery Panesar's rise saw Giles' career ended.
  8. The International Football Thread

    All of our pre-game chat in the media was emphasising that Jordan were vastly different to other West Asian teams and that was what made them such a threat. We can't deal with long balls in the heat when we've spent all our time in Asia chasing after mini-Spain's.
  9. Cristiano Ronaldo

    Lol you can say what you like it doesn't change the fact that today's elite professionals are all physique and no technique. Just look at what the Jabulani did to them. Do you have the mental capacity to recognise that its far easier to win a European title than a World Cup? I doubt it.
  10. The Pub - Discuss Anything

    Haha, he's not a footballer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muttiah_Muralitharan
  11. Cristiano Ronaldo

    As far as skill goes, Diego Maradona is the most talented player of all time and the likes of Messi and Ronaldo have half the brilliance of Maradona with the ball at their feet.
  12. The Cricket Thread

    HAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAA http://www.espncricinfo.com/australia/content/current/story/581872.html 'Steve Smith defines himself as a batsman'. If 'Smithy' isn't the worst player on the international circuit amongst test playing nations at the moment, I don't know who is.
  13. The Pub - Discuss Anything

    21/22 for the CL quiz. Didn't get PSV's 1988 triumph. I maintain that the best CL wins ever were by Red Star Belgrade (@Sh0n3x, ) and Steaua Bucharest. They remain by far the smallest clubs to win it, amazing feats.
  14. The Serie A Thread

    Adriano? What a man