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  1. Amato liked a post in a topic by Rfc52 in QOTS closed door match   
    Morelos scored a free kick apparently so that'll be him and Borna scraping for that now
  2. Amato liked a post in a topic by Sweetheart in SFA Charge   
    Please please can you do some investigative journalism on this?
    So many questions are going through my head with regards to the timing of this, the way the game was officiated and the way the SFA rules are being manipulated to make a crime fit, who's made the decision to allow the rules to be bent?
  3. theiconicman liked a post in a topic by Amato in Patterson   
    I get where you're coming from but we don't really particularly need Flanagan's defensive capabilities against St Mirren. It'll be a case of dominating them and trying to get the breakthrough against a packed defense. Patterson is much more attacking than the alternatives, I'd just play him. Don't think Gerrard will right enough.
  4. hammer93 liked a post in a topic by Amato in ***** The Official Rangers v Stranraer Match Thread *****   
    Who provides the possession stats? Both the BBC and Google claim we only had 41% possession. Looked closer to 75% to me.
  5. Amato liked a post in a topic by MurrayWilson in ***** The Official Rangers v Stranraer Match Thread *****   
    More opportunities? When were they? Hes been injured since august and up to then he was more than decent. Barker has been pish in every appearance hes made.
  6. Amato liked a post in a topic by KBOO72 in ***** The Official Rangers v Stranraer Match Thread *****   
    Think that was just Patterson mate. 
  7. Fatman10 liked a post in a topic by Amato in ***** The Official Rangers v Stranraer Match Thread *****   
    ESPN message on screen apologising for the technical difficulties
  8. Vision liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  9. murzo liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  10. sRcFoCt liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  11. Blumhoilann liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  12. Bears r us liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  13. gmcf liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  14. thebluedoo liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  15. LiverpoolBlue liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  16. Gandalf the Blue liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  17. Laudrup1984 liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  18. TEFTONG liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  19. Bobby Hume liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  20. Amato liked a post in a topic by KingKirk in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Reading that is horrible. Should make people in the industry hang there head. They are trying to force him from our league. I think he's away in the summer regardless but I'd love to know why the continue this campaign against foreigners that can't communicate in English very well that's Pedro and now morelos
  21. BlueKnight87 liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  22. Getstiffed liked a post in a topic by Amato in Shameful article on Morelos   
    Scotsman article today
    Rangerss starAlfredo Morelos' former agent and his current agency have hit out at the coverage of the Colombian international in the Scottish media.
    The 23-year-old was the subject of stinging criticism in a column of a Scottish newspaper recently where he was called a "waster", "spoiled, angry brat" and said to have "done the square root of hee-haw".
    Morelos, who has netted 28 goals in 35 appearance this campaign, including six goals in the Europa League group stages, has been a crucial element of Rangers' success this campaign and is valued by the club at upwards of £20million.
    The player is represented by World in Motion, with one of their agents taking to Twitter to question what he feels is "bizarre" treatment of the striker, highlighting the player's incredible generosity.
    Michael Gorman, who manages the agency's American MLS and South American markets, said: "One of the most generous (and humble) individuals I have ever met. Used his first signing bonus to buy his Mom and sisters a new home in Colombia.
    "Used his second signing bonus to fund his foundation in his hometown.
    "The campaign against Morelos in the Scottish press is one of the most bizarre situations I have seen in sports."
    His comments were backed up by Jonne Lindblom, who used to work with Morelos and is now sporting director of Finnish side KuPS.
    "Scottish media is the worst," he tweeted. "They've always had an agenda against Morelos."
    The player yesterday shared an Instagram post of kind words paid to him by Rangers boss Steven Gerrard.
    It read: “He knows he’s not perfect but he’s certainly misunderstood because he does a lot of good work and he is trying so hard to improve.
    "He is too generous, even at Rangers, he is always the first to shake hands or take out of his pocket for charity."
  23. Amato liked a post in a topic by Gman36 in Five times Rangers waster Alfredo Morelos slouched around hating his job   
    I find the most dispiriting thing about the attacks on Morelos is that he seems like a really great guy. He's done so well to get to where he's gotten to. He's on the cusp of really achieving something amazing and he's been made out to be a horrible person. Purely due to the hatred of the club he plays for. 
    Bigotry at it's worst. 
  24. Amato liked a post in a topic by Marky. in Five times Rangers waster Alfredo Morelos slouched around hating his job   
    https://www.glasgowlive.co.uk/sport/football/five-times-Rangers-waster-alfredo-17559594
     
     
     
    Well done Old Firm Facts and Glasgow Live for publishing this article. A truly well researched and well written piece.
    Others, take note.
  25. Amato liked a post in a topic by 6superbarry6 in The all new dae whit the fuck you like about THEM thread   
    Glad they’re going for this boy and not Sporar tbh
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