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So is that Samaras out of the equation? :(

 

Hahaha I'm loving how you must have mentioned samaras about 20 times and not once has anyone even acknowledged haha

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For those wondering how to pronounce 'Damia Abella', found this whilst searching on Youtube ?

 

Apparently he's just known as Damia though.

 

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C'MON THE BOOORRRRRRRRRRROOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

Apologies, just remembered the season starts in 2 days and got a little bit too excited

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So is that Samaras out of the equation? :(

 

Hahaha I'm loving how you must have mentioned samaras about 20 times and not once has anyone even acknowledged haha

 

Don't encourage him :D

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@untypicalboro: @iamgarfield90 No. Due for one Tues but Huddersfield blocked it. They want a replacement in before they go ahead with deal (which is agreed)

 

Looks like Clayton hasn't had his medical yet :/

 

Hope we play JB tomorrow and he has an absolute blunder.

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So is that Samaras out of the equation? :(

 

Hahaha I'm loving how you must have mentioned samaras about 20 times and not once has anyone even acknowledged haha

 

Don't encourage him :D

 

I suppose persistence is the only way to get your comments noticed :)

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@untypicalboro: @iamgarfield90 No. Due for one Tues but Huddersfield blocked it. They want a replacement in before they go ahead with deal (which is agreed)

 

Looks like Clayton hasn't had his medical yet :/

 

Hope we play JB tomorrow and he has an absolute blunder.

 

Im pretty sure if JB played tomorrow he'd be the best player on the park :D

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@untypicalboro: @iamgarfield90 No. Due for one Tues but Huddersfield blocked it. They want a replacement in before they go ahead with deal (which is agreed)

 

Looks like Clayton hasn't had his medical yet :/

 

Hope we play JB tomorrow and he has an absolute blunder.

 

Im pretty sure if JB played tomorrow he'd be the best player on the park :D

 

The one and only.

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@untypicalboro: @iamgarfield90 No. Due for one Tues but Huddersfield blocked it. They want a replacement in before they go ahead with deal (which is agreed)

 

Looks like Clayton hasn't had his medical yet :/

 

Hope we play JB tomorrow and he has an absolute blunder.

 

Im pretty sure if JB played tomorrow he'd be the best player on the park :D

 

Wished it was Friday already :D

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Double 'L' in Spanish is pronounced as an 'Y' sound - so it's definitely 'Ab-ey-ah' or 'Ah-bey-ah' - however best you read it! Like David Villa - 'Vee-Yah'

 

He's known as Damia anyway. That's the only bit Boro fans need to learn :p


For those wondering how to pronounce 'Damia Abella', found this whilst searching on Youtube ?

 

Apparently he's just known as Damia though.

 

 

Great minds ;)

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Double 'L' in Spanish is pronounced as an 'Y' sound - so it's definitely 'Ab-ey-ah' or 'Ah-bey-ah' - however best you read it! Like David Villa - 'Vee-Yah'

 

He's known as Damia anyway. That's the only bit Boro fans need to learn :p

 

Nice little Spanish lesson for us all haha. I only learnt French at secondary school and then a bit of German in Year 9 :P

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I did German for three years, French for one and Spanish at GCSE... Then had to speak almost solely Spanish during my time in the Dominican Republic and Cuba! Though I'm far from fluent... Footballers names are a great way of learning the basics! :D

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Double 'L' in Spanish is pronounced as an 'Y' sound - so it's definitely 'Ab-ey-ah' or 'Ah-bey-ah' - however best you read it! Like David Villa - 'Vee-Yah'

 

He's known as Damia anyway. That's the only bit Boro fans need to learn :p

 

 

Like Abella Anderson.

 

You all know..

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