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Tweeting is fun for everyone! (almost)

Posted July 18, 2009 by Unprofessional Foul

Here in the locker room of the Unprofessional Foul, it can be a place that can best be described as ‘scuzzy’. Between NY Kid’s sobbing into a towel, Spectator taking overly long showers, and general fighting over the last beer in the cooler, a rumble goes on. Over the past week or so, Autoglass and […]

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Come Blow Your Horn, Just Not That One.

Posted July 17, 2009 by Unprofessional Foul

I know what you are thinking… Heidi took the picture. Austria is banning the Vuvuzelas that invaded the Confederations Cup last month. That’s rich for a country known for the love of blowing giant horns! But it’s not the noise that the Austrians are worried about. One of their reasons is quite frankly bollocks. The […]

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Quick Throw: The Swap is Confirmed.

Posted July 17, 2009 by Unprofessional Foul

That hilarious swapsies deal this morning between Inter Milan and Barcelona is actually happening! It’s Ibrahimovic to the Nou Camp and Samuel Eto’o to the San Siro. No word yet whether other players are involved. This summer is insane. Why are so many top-end players changing hands? Cialis Generic is possible to speak by phone […]

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Fox Attack!

Posted July 17, 2009 by Unprofessional Foul

View Larger Map Not pictured: The fox farm behind Tannadice (right) Dundee FC play at Dens Park, the ground to the left in the above picture [unless a) I've failed at embedding correctly or b) you've gone ahead and messed around with the map]. If, in the future, Google Maps updates to a satellite photo […]

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He’s Baaaaaaaack!

Posted July 17, 2009 by Unprofessional Foul

Football management can lead to stress, but Pardew clearly fancies some more of that as SFC start on -10 points. First of all, Southampton were saved from impending doom. A white knight riding a sterling stallion stormed St Mary’s saving the day and now they have a new manager they will hope can take them […]

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