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    might watch the 1966 world cup later:
    https://discover.ticketmaster.co.uk/...0723_3/20/2020
    Few people have mentioned how much they miss sport, and mrs jelly took the piss out of me watching all Neves' goals the other day. So, pop yer legal links to watchable sport whilst we're all in lockdown.
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    https://footballia.net/?locale=en

    Tons and tons and tons of stuff on there.
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    In the absence of F1, and since I didn't follow IndyCar at all last season, I'll be watching as much of IndyCar 2019 as I can find on YouTube. Not too many full races, but the NTT IndyCar Series channel has half-hour highlights of them all.

    There are also half a dozen full seasons on MotoGP on the replay site that shall not be named, if that's your bag.

    I'm currently watching the Paris-Nice cycling and the British Darts championship series, both on ITV Hub for a limited time.
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    I will probably delve into earlier Tour De France or Giro stuff.

    Today I watched the Kitzbuhel downhill from earlier in the winter on Eurosport. I do like that one. As a teeny watching the Hahnenkamm was ace. Franz Klammer and all that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    I will probably delve into earlier Tour De France or Giro stuff.

    Today I watched the Kitzbuhel downhill from earlier in the winter on Eurosport. I do like that one. As a teeny watching the Hahnenkamm was ace. Franz Klammer and all that
    I was still in ski classes many years ago in Kitzbuhel First time ever skiing)and a mad yank in my hotel convinced me we should ski the hahnenkamm before the race the following sunday.
    no one told me they actually ice it for the race,
    It took me almost two hours to get to the bottom as a novice and was kin scary at points but for those guys to ski it in 2 /3 minutes.....jeez
    I spent most of the time skiing on my arse, but absolutely love Kitzbuhel magic place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BillyDee View Post
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    Thanks mate. Just signed up, only really started to get back in to NFL back end of last season. Got loads to learn and understand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post
    https://footballia.net/?locale=en

    Tons and tons and tons of stuff on there.
    Thanks - useful source. Can pretend that it's still going on!
    This year we will mainly be conquering Europe

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    Five of Bully's games for England here.

    Czechoslovakia, Ireland (do not watch this one, it's awful), Netherlands, Egypt and Belgium.

    For the truly masochistic, why not watch a virtual U21 side of Arsenal's destroy our first teamers 5-1

    https://footballia.net/matches/arsen...pton-wanderers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post

    For the truly masochistic, why not watch a virtual U21 side of Arsenal's destroy our first teamers 5-1

    https://footballia.net/matches/arsen...pton-wanderers
    I was at this game, I remember us feeling quite optimistic when we heard the line ups

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    Loving the Big Match repeats on BT sport. Observations:

    All the players look 50
    All the kits are better
    Stopping the keeper handling back passes was a good thing
    Refs gave a lot of indirect free kicks in the box
    1 commentator is better than 2
    1-11 shirts are WAY better than squad numbers
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