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Q: Manuel Pellegrini
a. A great signing for the Club and maybe the change of direction we all need
30%
  
b. It will only be a great signing if the Board back him with decent funds
52%
  
c. This is West Ham so it will only end in farce
16%
  
d. I'm not sure about this one, I'll wait until SKY is back to hear what Gary Neville thinks, then I'll voice my opinion
2%
  



ironskej 6:30 Fri Nov 10
The Sullivans
The Father: Soviet dressed dwarf with little man syndrome. Throws managers under the bus before the start of the season, if he catches sight of a camera he makes a B-line then masturbates. Talks but doesn't back it up.

The Son: The Tweeting silver spooned fake Essex accented annoyance. Needs attention as he has withdrawal symptoms after leaving his mother's silicon breast.

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wanstead_hammer 8:07 Fri Nov 10
Re: The Sullivans
Haha, yeh remember when being off school and it used to come on.
Used to turn it over after the opening titles.
Think the flying doctors used to be ok. Prob fascinated with the 'outside views' of another country.

hammerforever 7:30 Fri Nov 10
Re: The Sullivans
What about the other son? He is quite normal, considering.

yngwies Cat 7:12 Fri Nov 10
Re: The Sullivans
Ha ha that's right Auusie family. That used to drink half pints in Norms pub. I guess a pre sequel to Neighbour's.

Mr. Burns 7:02 Fri Nov 10
Re: The Sullivans
*Nel

twoleftfeet 6:55 Fri Nov 10
Re: The Sullivans
I loved the Sullivans, reminds me of my childhood. Use to be on at Lunchtimes. Aussie version of the Waltons.

Then later on it was Sons & Daughters.

Mr. Burns 6:55 Fri Nov 10
Re: The Sullivans
Did Neil MANGLE pop up in this before she went on to star in Neighbours?

Cheezey Bell-End 6:51 Fri Nov 10
Re: The Sullivans
Set in Melbourne. No Welsh dwarves in sight.

Lily Hammer 6:46 Fri Nov 10
Re: The Sullivans
Wasn't this a ropey TV series from Australia?

lab 6:42 Fri Nov 10
Re: The Sullivans
Bit nasty this .

Terrywait 6:34 Fri Nov 10
Re: The Sullivans
Thank for that





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