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Less hair More Power - Man Utd v Arsenal

Less hair More Power - Man Utd v Arsenal

Ivory FC`s Chairman, Kevin Reid from The Great Football Experiment makes his prediction on Manchester United v Arsenal. Being a Spurs fan (sorry Gunners) he knows all about the form of United this season, 3-0 was it Kevin? Ahem! He predicts even worse for Arsenal, oh then he talks hair... I`m bald as a coot, so he lost me there a bit!!!



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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Friday August 26 2011
Time: 8:46AM

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I thought United were on a downward turn, then the season started. Boring as anything as I think you've already won the bleeding league. :( lol
The Fear
26/08/2011 08:55:00
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I thought United were on a downward turn, then the season started. Boring as anything as I think you've already won the bleeding league. :( lol
The Fear
26/08/2011 08:55:00
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Everyone seems to make that mistake Fear, I don't think we've won it quite yet though :P There's a very strange irrational link between a players hair and his form.
TheFamousNo7
26/08/2011 13:36:00
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Everyone seems to make that mistake Fear, I don't think we've won it quite yet though :P There's a very strange irrational link between a players hair and his form.
TheFamousNo7
26/08/2011 13:36:00
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I highly recommend the sensitive skin cream for Rooneys head!
Reidy1985
27/08/2011 02:30:00
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I highly recommend the sensitive skin cream for Rooneys head!
Reidy1985
27/08/2011 02:30:00
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