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hathaway
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Women's football

Postby hathaway » Sun Sep 18, 2005 7:05 pm

I found this in the Daily Mail Weekend magazine:

A Belgian women's football team were recently beaten 50-1 when their first choice goalkeeper went off to a pop concert instead of playing.

Can't say that I blame her!!

ho-unit!
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Postby ho-unit! » Sun Sep 18, 2005 11:24 pm

good thing i wasn't in goal then. It'd probably be 51-1! lol

anyway, its funny. Is that classed as the biggest league defeat in history now because the biggest ever drubbing in a league match was 37 nil to arbroath or summit like that. Even then, How can you let in so many goals?! was this like the Sheffield Wednesday of the Beligan league or summit? (only jk bout sheff wed, dispite them beating hartlepool). Love to see that happen in english foot ball though. Petr Cech missing a league match to see a band or summit. lol
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hathaway
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Postby hathaway » Mon Sep 19, 2005 8:54 am

It is very funny when you first read it, but the person involved severely lacks the team spirit, and to let the team down is, I think, disgraceful.

The_Boss
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Postby The_Boss » Mon Sep 19, 2005 9:01 am

How long before we have mixed footie teams???

I suppose Everton will be happy their women are top of the table at present with their poor performance this year in the premiership.

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Postby nortam » Wed Jan 18, 2006 9:21 am

In 1970 I was in one of the first ladies football teams in England.
I played for Hectors Edition in Derby (tribute to the then Captain of Derby County ) Our Photo appeared in Goal Magazine. I seem to remember that our coach was very strict but we listened to him and did alright (I think!)

samwyvill
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Postby samwyvill » Fri Jan 20, 2006 6:16 pm

And we all know how good you r at tennis aswell matron! :)

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Postby ho-unit! » Sat Jan 21, 2006 3:04 am

ah yes...the great underarm serve (or was it over arm? i couldn't remembe lmao)

also, may no one ever see my weakling throws at javelin (and practically every other sport)
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