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Wanted - Who robbed Southampton and Burnley?



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I have my own ideas about the culprits here, especially as one of them had a loan spell at Burnley earlier this season.

Thank goodness Burnley 'stole' the points.

Written by The Rabbi.

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Date:Monday April 21 2008

Time: 4:07PM

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Looks like you have solved that one then Rabbi. Could have been the Directors trying to pay off some of their enormous debts of course.
eastneydave
There ain't much worth nicking!
storagematt
Dyer was substitued, he has a bit of form along with Wright-Phillips doesn't he?
paultsmouth
The loan spell for Dyer at Burnley was two seasons ago now! I believe the two players are now locally referred to as Bradley Wrong-Philips and Nathan Dyer Trouble (allegedly)
turfmanphil
Colombo phoned last night to congratulate me on this case.
The Rabbi
Some die hard fan is just trying to raise enough money to buy a new player. And for 2,500 odd they just might get one out of the Ryman League..lol Go WBA next Monday.
pompeygray
The Rabbi he must have uttered the words '...just one more thing!'
pompeyrug
 

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