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    Herrera! Woa-oa-oa-oah!

    Herrera! Woa-oa-oa-oah!
    He turned his back on the ball
    And scored for Arsenal!



    Also, when was the last time we played three red-and-white stripey teams in a row? If ever?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
    Herrera! Woa-oa-oa-oah!
    He turned his back on the ball
    And scored for Arsenal!



    Also, when was the last time we played three red-and-white stripey teams in a row? If ever?
    upon the ball would scan better.

    The latter occurred to me yesterday - I have a feeling it has happened recently, as have a nagging memory of it at the time. ****ed if I know when though. Of course Sunderland won't be wearing that kit though if I were to be pedantic

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luis Anaconda View Post
    upon the ball would scan better.

    The latter occurred to me yesterday - I have a feeling it has happened recently, as have a nagging memory of it at the time. ****ed if I know when though. Of course Sunderland won't be wearing that kit though if I were to be pedantic
    Yes, "he turned upon the ball" does get rid of the 7th syllable. Was it the same three clubs in a row a season or two ago? It does ring a bell. And they all start with an S, for added synchronicity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
    Yes, "he turned upon the ball" does get rid of the 7th syllable. Was it the same three clubs in a row a season or two ago? It does ring a bell. And they all start with an S, for added synchronicity.
    Upon sounds a bit clever for chanty football moron types, I think "turned his back on the ball" works ok
    'Seems that I was busy doing something close to nothing
    But different than the day before'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ash View Post
    Yes, "he turned upon the ball" does get rid of the 7th syllable. Was it the same three clubs in a row a season or two ago? It does ring a bell. And they all start with an S, for added synchronicity.
    To say he turned upon the ball suggests he suddenly became enraged with the ball and attacked it savagely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barrybueno View Post
    Upon sounds a bit clever for chanty football moron types, I think "turned his back on the ball" works ok
    It works if you talk with a Northern accent

    He turned his back on ball
    10 characters? Pile of cund.

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