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The Pub - Discuss Anything

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FIFA 20 has lost Juventus rights to PES 2020 in a blow to EA Sports' domination of the football video game market, with Konami's latest release having secured exclusive rights to the Serie A champions' name, crest, kits and stadium.

FIFA 20 will be forced to alter the name of Juventus – who featured prominently in the FIFA 19 instalment of the series, helped at least in part by cover star Cristiano Ronaldo – to 'Piemonte Calcio'.

The deal represents something of a coup for Konami, which has struggled to keep pace with their long-time rivals EA Sports in recent times in terms of football licenses, as the popularity for the FIFA franchise growing considerably while PES continues to lag behind.

 

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Buy a 1981 BMW R80G/S Paris Dakar

https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1981-bmw-r80gs-paris-dakar-2/

Sand scattering across your visor. The Saharan sun baking your back. The distant brappp of the nearest competitor. The folks at Bring a Trailer can’t provide the sand-in-your-mouth experience of the classic Paris-Dakar Rally, but they are currently offering the next best thing: the proper hardware. 

The 1981 BMW R80G/S might just be one of the coolest motorcycles to ever grace the trails of this fine world. (BMW proved they also share that feeling with the RnineT Urban GS in released in 2018, which carries much of the same spirit of rip-roaring adventure that bred the original Dakar bikes of the Seventies and Eighties.)

This particular desert sled being auctioned on BaT is a rarely-seen clean example of a bike that was designed to be destroyed in the hard parts of the world. The odometer reads almost 56,000 miles, which is not bad for the air-cooled 798-cc boxer motor making 50 horsepower from the factory. This bike, for what it’s worth, has had a few engine modifications; it’s had Nikasil cylinders, electronic ignition and a lighter flywheel added. The power is sent to the rear wheel via a five-speed transmission and a desert-proof direct drive shaft, instead of the more typical chain drive bikes. 

This bike also came with some cool factory options– chief among them being the Paris-Dakar decal package, but also including the larger 8.5-gallon fuel tank and an 8,000-rpm tachometer. Maintenance reports show the front forks and carbs have been rebuilt, as well as fluid changes performed all-around. The front and rear fenders and fuel tank were refurbished, and decals replaced, and the center stand and subframe were all re-powder coated. 

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Which city would you guys visit first between Barcelona, Berlin, Paris and Amsterdam? For four, five days in September. 

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16 minutes ago, NikkiCFC said:

Which city would you guys visit first between Barcelona, Berlin, Paris and Amsterdam? For four, five days in September. 

if you like clubbing, Berlin by a mile

if you want to shop, Paris

if you want to chill, Amsterdam

if you want a beach, Barca

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1 hour ago, Vesper said:

if you like clubbing, Berlin by a mile

if you want to shop, Paris

if you want to chill, Amsterdam

if you want a beach, Barca

I want all of that 🙈

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23 minutes ago, NikkiCFC said:

I want all of that 🙈

then go to Hong Kong

clubs

Top Hong Kong clubs
宀 Club /
Volar /
Social Room /
OMA /
Drop /
XXX Gallery /
Potato Head Hong Kong /
Buddha Lounge /
Hong Kong Science and Technology Park /
Terrible Baby /
Mahalo Tiki Lounge /
Mazu /

 

 

chill

Top 10 quiet places in Hong Kong

https://www.timeout.com/hong-kong/things-to-do/quiet-places-hong-kong

 

beaches

my favourite (as not crowded)

Tai Long Wan

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most famous is Repulse Bay

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3 hours ago, Vesper said:

I so fucking hate Trump (and he probably lied about paying 100's of blokes to help dig through the rubble) but he was down at Ground Zero (no clue how often or for how long)

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This is an Easter Egg from the DVD of The Day Today which was a brilliant show written and performed by Chris Morris and Steve Coogan among others,

 

 

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57 minutes ago, Iggy Doonican said:

This is an Easter Egg from the DVD of The Day Today which was a brilliant show written and performed by Chris Morris and Steve Coogan among others,

 

 

bloody brilliant!

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2013 Flashback

Don Balon's list of the best 101 players born in 1991 or later

https://www.tuttomercatoweb.com/inter/?action=read&idnet=dHV0dG9jaGFtcGlvbnMuaXQtMTQ1OTE

- Christian Atsu, Porto 
- Jean-Christophe Bahebeck, Troyes (owned by PSG) 
- Ross Barkley, Sheffield Wednesday (owned by Everton) 
- Fabio Borini , Liverpool 
- Joel Campbell, Betis (owned by Arsenal) 
- Steven Caulker, Tottenham 
- Sergio Canales, Valencia 
- Luc Castaignos, Twente 
- Thibaut Courtois, Atletico Madrid (owned by Chelsea) 
- Philippe Coutinho, Inter 
- Isaac Cuenca, Barcelona
- Kevin De Bruyne, Werder Bremen (owned by Chelsea) 
- Gerard Deulofeu, Barcelona 
- Lucas Digne, Lille 

- Jean Marie Dongou, Barcelona 
- Dudu, Dynamo Kiev 
- Stephan El Shaarawy , Milan 
- Christian Eriksen  Schalke 04 

- Viktor Fischer, Ajax 
- James Forrest, Celtic 
- Chris Forrester, St Patrick's 
- Rogelio Funes Mori, River Plate 
- Mario Gotze, Borussia Dortmund 
- Segne Gnabry, Arsenal 
- Antoine Greizmann, Real Sociedad 

- John Guidetti, Manchester City 
- Alen Halilovic, Dinamo Zagreb 
- Eden Hazard, Chelsea
- Thorgan Hazard, Zulte Waregem (owned by Chelsea) 

- Angelo Henriquez, Manchester United 
- Son Heung-Min, Hamburg 
- Bruno Martins Indi, Feyenoord 
- Isco, Malaga 
- Ola John, Benfica 
- Phil Jones, Manchester United 
- Vaclav Kadlec, Sparta Prague 
- Tomas Kalas, Vitesse Arnhem (owned by Chelsea) 
- Maksym Koval, Dinamo Kiev 
- Takefusa Kubo, Barcelona 
- Erik Lamela, Rome 
- Manuel Lanzini, River Plate 

- Jurgen Locadia, PSV 
- Samuele Longo , Espanyol (Inter property) 
- Adem Ljiajic, Fiorentina 
- Romelu Lukaku, WBA (owned by Chelsea) 
- Adam Maher, AZ Alkmaar
- Lazar Markovic, Partizan Belgrade 
- Hachim Mastour, Milan 
- Mattheus, Flamengo 
- Bruno Mendes, Botafogo 
- Arkadiusz Milik, Gornik Zabre 
- Ryo Miyaichi, Wigan (property of Arsenal) 
- Martin Montoya, Barcelona 
- Alvaro Morata, Real Madrid 
- Lucas Moura, Sao Paulo (owned by PSG) 

- Iker Muniain, Athletic Bilbao 
- Sean Murray, Watford 
- Ahmed Musa, CSKA Moscow 
- Matija Nastasic, Manchester City 
- Neymar, Santos 
- M'Baye Niang, Milan 
- Lucas Ocampos, Monaco 
- Jores Okore, Nordsjaelland 
- Oscar, Chelsea 
- Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Arsenal 

- Dani Pacheco, Liverpool
- Leandro Paredes, Boca Juniors 
- Lucas Piazon, Chelsea 
- Paul Pogba, Juventus 
- Joel Pohjanpalo, HJK Helsinki 
- Nick Powell, Manchester United 
- Dennis Praet, Anderlecht 
- Axel Pritchard, Tottenham 
- Rodrigo, Benfica 
- Jesè Rodriguez, Real Madrid 
- James Rodriguez, Porto 
- Sergi Samper, Barcelona 
- Georgi Schennikov, CSKA Moscow 
- Jonjo Shelvey, Liverpool 
- Raheem Sterling, Liverpool 
- Xherdan Shaqiri, Bayern Munich 
- Suso, Liverpool 
- Marc-Andre Ter Stegen, Borussia Monchengladbach 

- Christian Tello, Barcelona 
- Simon Tibbling, Djurgardens 
- Ricardo van Rhijn, Ajax
- Raphael Varane, Real Madrid 
- Marco Verratti , PSG 

- Tonny Vilhena, Feyenoord 
- Victor Wanyama, Celtic 
- Jack Wilshere, Arsenal 
- Granit Xhaka, Borussia Monchegladbach 

- Samed Yesil, Liverpool 
- Wilfried Zaha, Crystal Palace

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El Paso shooting: 20 dead in ‘evil act of violence’ at Texas Walmart as police probe ‘hate crime’

Suspect believed to have posted racist, anti-Hispanic manifesto online 

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/el-paso-shooting-latest-patrick-crusius-death-toll-walmart-texas-a9038426.html

Authorities in Texas are quizzing a 21-year-old white man – suspected of posting a racist “manifesto” online – believed to be responsible for a gun attack on a shopping centre that killed 20 people and which police said was the “nexus of a hate crime”.

Video phone footage taken inside a mall in El Paso showed people running in fear for their lives after the shooter entered a Walmart store with a semiautomatic weapon and opened fire. In addition to the 20 fatalities, at least two-dozen people were injured in the latest incident of gun violence to scar the nation.

It appears the suspected shooter – named by multiple media accounts as Patrick Crusius – drove up to 10 hours from Alen, a town near Dallas, to target the store in El Paso, a city on the border with Mexico that has long been a home to immigrants. An online posting apparently written several days ago, said the attack was a response to the “Hispanic invasion of Texas”.

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