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7 minutes ago, Helicopter Sundae said:

I would have thought his son would still be at the playing with crayons stage.

D'Margio Wright-Phillips

Date of Birth (Age): Sep 24, 2001 (17)

Nationality: England

Position: Right Winger

 

And it's me who plays with crayons 

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1 minute ago, Dan Deacon said:

D'Margio Wright-Phillips

Date of Birth (Age): Sep 24, 2001 (17)

Nationality: England

Position: Right Winger

D'Margio...you have got to be fucking kidding! :mutley:

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1 minute ago, Dan Deacon said:

D'Margio Wright-Phillips

Date of Birth (Age): Sep 24, 2001 (17)

Nationality: England

Position: Right Winger

 

And it's me who plays with crayons 

kind of name is D'margio FFS

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1 hour ago, feda16 said:

What is it with Chelsea and players with double barreled names 

You will find that it is mostly black players with these double barrelled names....I guess the mothers couldn't be sure who the fathers were, so they were just hedging their bets.

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6 minutes ago, Dan Deacon said:

D'Margio Wright-Phillips

Date of Birth (Age): Sep 24, 2001 (17)

Nationality: England

Position: Right Winger

 

And it's me who plays with crayons 

Do you actually know what the quote was the other night?

Someone with a fixation for you sticking crayons up your bum and eating them with your mum. From RangermediaYT. 

It certainly got a laugh for an investment of  a whole 1 Euro.

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This the new trend where the parents give him both their surnames. 🤮

Good luck to him, might be hard coming to such a big club after being at Chelsea   

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It’s bad enough trying to make up songs for players with just one surname these days, this might be a challenge anyway best of luck young lad

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14 minutes ago, Helicopter Sundae said:

Do you actually know what the quote was the other night?

Someone with a fixation for you sticking crayons up your bum and eating them with your mum. From RangermediaYT. 

It certainly got a laugh for an investment of  a whole 1 Euro.

I was not watching but I am glad the lads enjoyed it 🙂 well worth Ben's euro 

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English youth international...

 

Must be our marquee signing this window.

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I’m not racist but I pictured him to be black.

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26 minutes ago, Helicopter Sundae said:

You will find that it is mostly black players with these double barrelled names....I guess the mothers couldn't be sure who the fathers were, so they were just hedging their bets.

Just cos they're black doesn't mean they are taigs! 

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1 hour ago, Helicopter Sundae said:

You will find that it is mostly black players with these double barrelled names....I guess the mothers couldn't be sure who the fathers were, so they were just hedging their bets.

I like the real black names you get in America like Deshawn and DeAndre Shaniqua. Classy as fuck.

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15 minutes ago, Smile said:

I like the real black names you get in America like Deshawn and DeAndre Shaniqua. Classy as fuck.

:lol: 

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2 hours ago, gmcf said:

Good to see us looking far and wide for young talent . 

All the way to London. I drove further than that going to Montrose and back the other day. 

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2 hours ago, harlands plater said:

I’m old enough to remember Ian Storey-Moore, he must have been the first. I wondered what a toff was doing playing football. 

Then there was Nigel Reo-Coker.

I too am old enough to remember Ian Storey-Moore. If I recall accurately he dropped the “Storey” bit as he felt the double barrelled name made him sound too posh

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2 hours ago, feda16 said:

What is it with Chelsea and players with double barreled names 

Parents using both parents names,suppose it's valid enough,at least they'll know who their brothers and sisters are😉

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1 hour ago, Dan Deacon said:

I was not watching but I am glad the lads enjoyed it 🙂 well worth Ben's euro 

Hope it doesn't start a trend.

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28 minutes ago, Steelydan1690 said:

Shocking hair cut ,should get made to sort that out ,welcome anyways 

We could show him Fellaini's new hair style and tell him to get it sorted.

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