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panchester07
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Post by panchester07 » 25 Jul 2010, 18:11

Croatianblood1 wrote:
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What car do you want as a first car?
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if you could live in any decade, which one would it be?
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What is your current level of football?

i play soccr :P
Epic Fail.

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Post by bsc » 25 Jul 2010, 21:52

when having a sausage sandwich, do you have red sauce, brown sauce, or no sauce at all?
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Post by panchester07 » 25 Jul 2010, 22:00

Whats your favorite meal, man?

Favorite drink?

Favorite alcoholic drink?

Describe the perfect Saturday?

Favorite asset in a women?

In a Fifa tournaments with your friends, what would you order? ( i had chineese last night by the way)
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Post by klc123 » 26 Jul 2010, 15:32

when having a sausage sandwich, do you have red sauce, brown sauce, or no sauce at all?

I mix the two together with the perfect ratio of 2:1 in favour of red sauce to create a brick coloured sauce.

In a Fifa tournaments with your friends, what would you order? ( i had chineese last night by the way)
6 Piece south fried chicken and chips.

Favorite asset in a women?
No spine.

Describe the perfect Saturday?
Getting out of bed at 5 in the afternoon due to the session last night, get into the shower, get ready, and go out for the next session.

Favorite alcoholic drink?
Irish Cider, called Bulmers in ireland and Magners elsewhere.

Favorite drink?
Dr. Pepper.

Whats your favorite meal, man?
Definitely southern fried chicken and chips mhmmmm.

FuturProo1996
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Post by FuturProo1996 » 26 Jul 2010, 16:44

when having a sausage sandwich, do you have red sauce, brown sauce, or no sauce at all?
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Post by klc123 » 27 Jul 2010, 14:23

Twice, in the same thread? :lol:

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Post by LiveTheDream » 30 Jul 2010, 05:12

NZ or Australia?
Music you can't function without?
Most goals scored in one game?
Most ridiculous comment/decision a ref has ever made in one of your games?
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Post by klc123 » 30 Jul 2010, 13:02

NZ or Australia?
This is difficult, as I have never been to either, although I hope to go to both very soon in the future. Sports wise, Cricket Australia, Rugby New Zealand of course. From the Lord of the Rings Movies, New Zealand looks really nice, although Australia is a beautiful place as well. I'm gonna have to say Australia :lol:

Music you can't function without?
Trance. My heart would stop if I didn't listen to this 24/7.

Most goals scored in one game?
In the league, 3. In an 11 a side mini-tournament however I scored 8 in one game if that counts :lol:

Most ridiculous comment/decision a ref has ever made in one of your
games?

Ahh this is difficult because I've played with some real idiot referees. One of the best I've heard from a referee was when the team we were playing scored directly from a corner because two players jumped into our goalkeeper and flattened him. I protested to the ref, only to get the response "Your keeper has already let in 3, it wasn't like he would have caught that anyway" and let the goal stand. Wanker. I've had an argument with a lines man before who flagged me offside when I was in my own half, in which he told me I needed to "give up on football if I thought I was onside" and resulted in me calling him a fat ugly fu** that needed to give up on life if he thought I was offside. Luckily the ref didn't hear that :lol:

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Post by panchester07 » 30 Jul 2010, 15:35

Whats your 1 weakness in life that you think to yourself "I have to work on this"?
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Post by pickyourheadup » 30 Jul 2010, 22:28

Whats your favorite book to read?

Do you have a favorite building material? If so, what is it and why?

Favorite time of the year/season?

What is your favorite soccer boot, why?

Favorite soccer player (living, dead, or retired)? No, it can't be yourself :mrgreen:
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Post by Juice » 30 Jul 2010, 22:37

How old are you?

What is your proudest achievement?

If you would compare your self to a player who would it be (Be honest, nothing will be considered as a "brag")

What did you do yesterday?

The most important key to success is self-confidence.
The most important key to self-confidence is preparation.

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Post by klc123 » 31 Jul 2010, 12:16

Whats your 1 weakness in life that you think to yourself "I have to work on this"?
Organisation and preparing myself for things. If I put in a little time to prepare for things better I would be so much further in my footballing career now, never mind at school.

Whats your favorite book to read?
Love the Harry Potter books, they are my guilty pleasures.

Do you have a favorite building material? If so, what is it and why?
Carbon Fibre, purely because it is almost an ionic symbol for future technology these days.

Favorite time of the year/season?
This is pretty difficult, I like all weather except extreme wind. Probably winter, I think snow and ice are some of the most beautiful things in the world.

What is your favorite soccer boot, why?
Mercurials, my favourite players wear/wore them and I find them very comfortable and light.

Favorite soccer player (living, dead, or retired)?
George Best, who is unfortunately not with us any more. He was, and still is, an absolute legend in the game, and will never be forgotten.

How old are you?
17.

What is your proudest achievement?
I'm pretty proud of all of my achievements, most are probably academic, but I was really proud when I beat even the black boys in college at 100m :lol:

If you would compare your self to a player who would it be (Be honest, nothing will be considered as a "brag")
This is pretty difficult, probably Johan Cruyff. I'm tall and fast, and I dribble past players in the same manor that he, Best and Maradona did so. Also my shooting can be pretty erratic, so I guess that fits me well. If not, maybe Messi from a few years ago, where he used to miss a lot more chances. I'm Also a very slight build with long hair, so I maybe even look a bit like Cruyff :lol:

What did you do yesterday?
Played 5 a side football with my friends for a few hours.

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