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Karanka is being rushed to the hospital with a severe time-confusion!

 

He was confused and thought he was in the month of May, as his teams normally needs at least 2 months to score 5 goals

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Karanka is being rushed to the hospital with a severe time-confusion!

 

He was confused and thought he was in the month of May, as his teams normally needs at least 2 months to score 5 goals

 

To be fair, haven't they failed to score in like 5 of his previous games so it will be about five goals in two months.

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Snodgrass scores Villas fourth this afternoon

 

The one who never got here...

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Karanka is being rushed to the hospital with a severe time-confusion!

 

He was confused and thought he was in the month of May, as his teams normally needs at least 2 months to score 5 goals

 

To be fair, haven't they failed to score in like 5 of his previous games so it will be about five goals in two months.

 

1-1 v Reading :P

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8 minutes added time first half, 6 minutes added on second half. Wtf.

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A total of 14 mins added... Is the ref getting paid per minute?

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A total of 14 mins added... Is the ref getting paid per minute?

 

Subs, sendings off, injuries and tantrums.  It all adds up!

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