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July 28, 2013, 01:55:10 AM
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Sat with my newborn son and watched the game with Blackburn

Wee man was entranced with the ball moving about.

Wish it was against Juve lol
Another blue is born!!!

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July 28, 2013, 02:03:00 AM
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Congrats man. It is a little young for the bright lights of television. How is life as a new dad?
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July 28, 2013, 02:16:19 AM
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This wouldn't have happened under Moyes. :)

Confi is probably right, telly sounds a bit too early for the little fella.
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July 28, 2013, 02:26:03 AM
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Congrats, glad he enjoyed it :D
I have to return some videotapes.

July 28, 2013, 03:30:27 AM
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cheers, maybe i will wait for reg season, give his eyes some time lol,  I was delighted to see jelavic hit the net
pre season or not you could see the relief on his face when he scored

July 29, 2013, 05:39:13 PM
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Big congratulations, mate.  Added a baby to the family last year and it is quite the 24/7 experience.  Tried watching a derby once with the baby last season, but realized I was getting too riled up for proper child care. So since then we've stuck with just kicking the football around the house and yard.
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Everton forever.


July 29, 2013, 05:40:36 PM
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Congrats pal. Let the fun commence


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July 29, 2013, 06:30:48 PM
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Big congratulations, mate.  Added a baby to the family last year and it is quite the 24/7 experience.  Tried watching a derby once with the baby last season, but realized I was getting too riled up for proper child care. So since then we've stuck with just kicking the football around the house and yard.
Took my 4 month old daughter to the derby game when Bakayoko made his debut. Had planned to come to England with my brother and his family (his wife could have taken care of my daughter). Unfortunately the Wolves game he was going to watch was cancelled so he stayed back in Denmark. Thank god for Margaret in the boxoffice who found us in the family enclosure and offered herself as a babysitter. No need to tell my daughter's been a blue ever since
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July 29, 2013, 06:35:23 PM
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You let a stranger look after your baby? Wow.
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July 29, 2013, 06:44:22 PM
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You let a stranger look after your baby? Wow.
My wife even let me do so.  ;) . And she wasn't a complete stranger. Had been talking to her on the telephone a couple of times - and even giving her chocolate before the match for helping us getting hold of the tickets. She was almost like a friend of the family.

July 29, 2013, 06:47:06 PM
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You know you shouldn't take chocolates from a stranger, don't you? ;)
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July 29, 2013, 06:55:33 PM
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You know you shouldn't take chocolates from a stranger, don't you? ;)
lolol  I know.   Perhaps we are a bit naive over here in Denmark. We don't have the nazis MC has to put up with, or the thiefs and killers Confusius is living among, and you know all to the stand-your-ground in the US. If we were so stupid to act in self defence (not that it it's needed) we would probably end up in prison. We even leave our babies outside the supermarkets (like the dog) and pick them up when we have finished shopping.  ;)  By the way - your Hickson tribute was amazing  :thumbsup:   
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July 29, 2013, 07:04:45 PM
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lolol  I know.   Perhaps we are a bit naive over here in Denmark. We don't have the nazis MC has to put up with, or the thiefs and killers Confusius is living among, and you know all to the stand-your-ground in the US. If we were so stupid to act in self defence (not that it it's needed) we would probably end up in prison. We even leave our babies outside the supermarkets (like the dog) and pick them up when we have finished shopping.  ;)  By the way - your Hickson tribute was amazing  :thumbsup:   

Whereabouts you from in Denmark mate?  Had 2 weeks in Aabenraa back in 94.  Loved the place, friendliest people I've ever met.

July 29, 2013, 07:09:48 PM
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Whereabouts you from in Denmark mate?  Had 2 weeks in Aabenraa back in 94.  Loved the place, friendliest people I've ever met.
From Jutland aswell - more north though. The dialect spoken in Aabenraa is even harder to understand than scouse  ;)

July 29, 2013, 07:44:17 PM
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Whereabouts you from in Denmark mate?  Had 2 weeks in Aabenraa back in 94.  Loved the place, friendliest people I've ever met.

Wow, these guys must have been really hell-bent on coming first in the A-Z of Europe. Eat your heart out, Aachen!
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