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On 15/05/2022 at 17:33, cubaricho said:

In going to Orlando for the Arsenal/Chelsea/Orlando matches (best friend is an Arsenal dude and we’re making a trip home out of it). Really hope our friendlies aren’t the same week/end. 😭

 

 

 

Tooners before Gooners.

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13 minutes ago, BoSelecta said:

2 games in 2 days, is that normal?

I suppose when teams play in those tournaments they do. I imagine both games will have completely different starting 11s

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4 minutes ago, gdm said:

I suppose when teams play in those tournaments they do. I imagine both games will have completely different starting 11s

We played Rangers and Sporting back to back in 2004 IIRC, two days of fun at SJP. Never seen so many states as in the Rangers fans who were a slavering wreck by kick off. 

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29 minutes ago, BoSelecta said:

2 games in 2 days, is that normal?

Gives Neymar a chance to prove his fitness whilst he’s on trial.

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1 minute ago, Stifler said:

I wonder if it will be a group game kind of thing?

They must surely be doing weekend tickets.

I think it's just 2 games back to back stiffy.

 

Gives Eddie a chance to give the whole squad crucial minutes a week before the season kicks off.

 

He's not exactly the sort of manager who likes to give players 45 minutes. He wants an intense work out.

 

Alot of fans will go to both anyway, if the tickets are cheap enough.

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1 minute ago, STM said:

I think it's just 2 games back to back stiffy.

 

Gives Eddie a chance to give the whole squad crucial minutes a week before the season kicks off.

 

He's not exactly the sort of manager who likes to give players 45 minutes. He wants an intense work out.

 

Alot of fans will go to both anyway, if the tickets are cheap enough.

I think I’ll go to both to be honest.

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Far more familiar on Tyneside are Bilbao, who visited Gallowgate in the UEFA Cup back in 1994, returning for Rob Lee's testimonial seven years later.

 

The Catalan side finished eighth in La Liga last season, missing out on European qualification

 

Nufc.com trying to start a new civil war?

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That Rob Lee testimonial was completely shit, like. Imagine losing 1-0 in a tightly contested fixture as a testimonial. Wanted whacky penalties and all sorts.

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