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mistermagic

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Along with Ian (bitch gonna have a fit) and AFCB Mark (respect bruv).

2nd is LeeWilson who usually wins this.

Top of the pile is my man Dessy who's the best of us.
 
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how can i place for both most and least football knowledge what am i supposed to think wtf is this shit
 

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Who the fuck voted for me? :lol:

Voted for least and most knowledgeable. That's an achievement.
 

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What a monumental day this is. After years of tactical Liverpool fan voting and forum corruption, lead by the villainous Pagnell I'd assume, justice is finally served. Congratulations and well done Destruction. I know it doesn't fully make up for what has happened in the past, but let us hope this is the beginning of a new era, one of decency and truth.
 

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What a monumental day this is. After years of tactical Liverpool fan voting and forum corruption, lead by the villainous Pagnell I'd assume, justice is finally served. Congratulations and well done Destruction. I know it doesn't fully make up for what has happened in the past, but let us hope this is the beginning of a new era, one of decency and truth.
In the early 80s, the Italian Football Federation moved to scrap the system of a committee appointing referees to each game, in favour of a randomised system. The most open title race in living memory was won by Verona, while the superclubs struggled. The following season the Federation reverted to the system of cherry picking referees for certain games, and Juventus regained the title, with many a dodgy decision on the way. Quelle surprise.

Pagnell's TFF was a fiddle. Finally exposed.
 

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Fully deserved Dessy!!
 

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Pagz was a dictator. I'm glad we killed him.

Indeed we did, though there is a rumour that he was a shapeshifter, assimilating forum members at will. I would not be at all surprised if this were true, as I said before in this very thread...and some people on here would do well to take note.
 

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I'm pretty sure he inhaled AndyCole4England and StMiranda.

Also it's nice to have Artful Dodger back.
 

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Look after it with love and honour Dessy!
 

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Well, well, well. Well, well, well, can you believe it? One minute you're watching South Africa v England play cricket as a normal human being, and the next thing a message flashes up on Twitter that changes everything...

I can't say I'm surprised that it took the closing down of TFF for this to finally happen, I wouldn't compare that lot to FIFA because as least Sepp and Michelle were doing it for a bit of coin, the admin on there were the sort of folk who ignore old people when they walk past them instead of smiling and saying good morning.

Now isn't the time for a speech, more quiet reflection for myself and others too I'd imagine.

I didn't want to say anything yesterday but on Boxing Day morning while sat in the pub on my third pint I predicted Liverpool would scab a 1-0 win over the superior Leicester, and what happened? Sometimes when you know, you just know.

Merry Christmas everyone.
 

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