I MAY have had a laugh with April Fool (signed by Rangers) but there was nothing daft about my Easter Monday tips.

My treble came in at a cracking 4-1 thanks to Cardiff, Bournemouth and Milesey's Stevenage.

And later my eggxcellent Super Single came in at 2-1 thanks to Derby who hit a late winner at Leeds that cost Neil Warnock his job.

I'd love to repeat the success on Tuesday and I'll put up my treble and single in the morning.

It is of course the resumption of the Champions League with two potentially thrilling ties between PSG v Barcelona and Bayern Munich v Juventus.

There are few games in the SFL with the standout Raith v Partick Thistle as the Jags aim to stretch their lead at the top of the First Division to seven points.

If I was to have one bet it would be both teams to score at Hamilton v Dumbarton although it pays no better than 4-7 at bet365 and Stan James.

The sides met on the same pitch at the weekend and it was 3-2 Dumbarton after previous meetings this season finished 3-1 for either side and 3-3.

In fact Dumbarton are my Super Single in the Daily Record with William Hill offering a biggest 3-1. I might stick with them on the site but will decide in the morning.

  1. Milesey 11 years ago


    In partnership with DUREX


    Middlesbrough V Peterborough


    PSG V Barcelona
    OVER 2.5 GOALS @ 4/5

    Bayern V Juventus
    OVER 2.5 GOALS @ 19/20



    AUSTRIA: Erste Liga
    BW Linz V A. Lustenau
    LUSTENAU WIN @ 3/4

    SLOVAKIA: Corgon Liga
    Kosice V Slovan Bratislava
    OVER 2.5 GOALS @ 17/20

    SOUTH AFRICA: Premier League
    Mamelodi V Ajax Cape Town


    PSG v Barcelona
    Tuesday April 2, KO 19:45
    Live on ITV
    Match Odds: PSG 5.1, Barcelona 1.78, The Draw 4.0.
    Do PSG stand a chance of causing one of the biggest upsets in this season’s Champions League by knocking out tournament second favourites Barcelona?

    The short answer is no. The club from the French capital have come a long way in a short space of time since Qatar-based QSI took over 18 months ago but on paper they lack the class and experience to challenge a side of Barcelona’s calibre. You can always make the argument that over two legs anything can happen, but I wouldn’t advise anyone to go against Barcelona’s price of 1.18 to reach the last four.

    Where PSG are likely to be found out is in defence. Carlo Ancelotti’s side had the best defensive record of any side in the competition during the group stages (three goals conceded in six games) but those figures are virtually irrelevant going into this game. PSG conceded in both legs of their 3-2 aggregate last 16 win over Valencia and have yet to face a side that comes close to Barcelona’s standard in Europe or the league. They are particularly weak at full-back, where Christophe Jallet and Maxwell tend to struggle against top-class opponents.

    Midfield is also a concern. France international Blaise Matuidi is arguably Ligue 1’s most improved player of the last 18 months but must fear having too much to do unless the team’s other midfielders raise their game. Thiago Motta (doubtful) has struggled because of injuries this season and, while Marco Verratti is a player of enormous potential, this will be a stiff test of his capabilities.

    Barcelona’s price to qualify looks right, and their price of 1.78 to win on the night is also difficult to argue with. If you wish to oppose Barca, the draw, at 4.0, would be a smarter pick than PSG at 5.1.

    While I would question PSG’s defensive abilities, they are capable of scoring. In Zlatan Ibrahimovic they have a player that has excelled all season and looked sharp in PSG’s 1-0 win over Montpellier on Friday night. He also knows the Barcelona defence well having played for the Blaugrana for a single season. He will be motivated to make his mark against his old club.

    Jeremy Menez, Ezequiel Lavezzi and the inconsistently talented Javier Pastore provide decent support, while Kevin Gameiro has maintained an excellent scoring record this season despite starting most games on the bench.

    Barcelona’s stats also suggest the hosts have a good chance of finding the net. The visitors have conceded in 15 of their last 17 games in all competitions stretching back to mid-January.

    Both teams to Score at 1.79 and over 2.5 goals at 1.86 are both worth considering.

    Recommended Bets:
    Best Bet: PSG v Barcelona Over 2.5 Goals @ 1.86


    Bayern Munich v Juventus, Tuesday 7:45, Sky Sports 2.

    Match Odds: Bayern Munich 1.65, Juventus 6.4, The Draw 4.1.

    Bayern Munich’s confidence in possession this season has been remarkable. In the Champions League, only Barcelona boast a higher pass completion rate and more possession than the German league leaders this season – and their midfield dominance means Juventus coach Antonio Conte is considering changing his formation especially for this first leg.

    Last summer’s purchase of Javi Martinez changed the balance of Bayern’s midfield, and made them even more reliable in possession. The Spaniard sits solidly in front of the Bayern back four and plays simple passes, allowing Bastian Schweinsteiger to break forward into attack, shuttling between a deep midfield role and a position alongside Toni Kroos, Bayern’s clever playmaker.

    Juventus’ usual three-man midfield – Andrea Pirlo, Arturo Vidal and Claudio Marchisio – is probably a match for Bayern’s trio, at least on paper. However, it seems Conte will change his system to help Juve compete in the centre of the Allianz Arena pitch.

    Paul Pogba is set to be drafted into the side. The young Frenchman has been extremely impressive in recent months for Juventus, and showed his ability against the world’s most talented central midfielders when performing well for France against Spain last week (although he was sent off towards the end of the game). The use of Pogba in a defensive-minded role would push Claudio Marchisio higher up the pitch, in support of a lone striker – probably Mirko Vucinic – and change Juventus from a 3-5-2 to a 3-5-1-1.

    Some may argue this shows Juve’s fear of Bayern dominating, but it’s a shrewd move from Conte’s point of view. This change of formation is significant enough to have a major impact on the balance of the side, but subtle enough that the defensive structure won’t change – it will still be three centre-backs and three central midfielders, with wing-backs charging up and down the touchlines.

    Besides, Juve’s one weakness is their lack of reliable centre-forwards – leaving out one of Alessandro Matri, Sebastian Giovinco or Fabio Quagliarella isn’t a big problem, especially because Marchisio specialises in making well-timed forward runs to the edge of the box.

    The midfield is absolutely key to this contest. Kroos will be a particularly important player – in recent years he’s shown a tremendous ability to perform in the big games, darting back and forth between different positions, helping to overload the opposition in various zones. He can play close to Mario Mandzukic or drop deeper to help out in midfield – if Juve pack the centre of the pitch, expect to see him in a deep role.

    But Bayern may also attempt to attack down Juventus’ left. Bayern switched their attention to the right in the previous round against Arsenal – when Thomas Vermaelen was deployed out of position – and it’s fair to say the left-wing-back role is one of the few positions Juventus don’t have sorted. Either Federico Peluso or Kwadwo Asamoah will play there – Peluso is the more likely, as a more defensive option, but he lacks the strength of Juve’s other defenders.

    Kroos, Schweinsteiger and right-back Philipp Lahm will all charge forward to create two-against-one situations with Thomas Muller – expect Giorgio Chiellini to get out quickly and help.

    That’s where Juve might encounter difficulties – down the flanks. By packing the centre of the pitch, they’ll leave themselves vulnerable in other zones – expect Lahm and left-back David Alaba to charge forward whenever possible, stretching the play.

    Bayern, meanwhile, must watch two players. First, Pirlo’s influence on Juve is enormous – and although his precise position is undecided with Pogba likely to come in, Bayern must nullify him. In Italy’s 2-0 win over Germany at Euro 2012, Kroos did a poor job trying to track Pirlo – he must get closer this time around.

    Second, Marchisio will be even more dangerous in an advanced role. The attacking midfielder has a habit of coming up with goals on the big occasion, and I’ll back him to score at 8.0.

    Recommended bet:
    Back Marchisio to score at 8.0


    Malaga vs Borussia Dortmund, Wed 19:45 BST, Live on Sky Sports 4

    Match Odds: Malaga 3.7, BVB 2.22, the draw 3.5

    Borussia Dortmund’s experienced keeper Roman Weidenfeller says his side will treat this quarter-final clash as if it’s against Barcelona and Real Madrid, and the German champions are wise to approach this tie against Malaga with caution. Under the outstanding leadership of wily coach Manuel Pellegrini, Malaga have reached the last eight in their first ever Champions League campaign.

    Malaga’s extraordinary progress has been underpinned by some excellent displays in front of a raucous crowd at their La Rosaleda home. Los Boquerones have won four of their five Champions League home games, keeping clean sheets in all four victories. Conversely, Malaga’s domestic home form of late has been patchy – they have managed just one win in their last seven home games in league and cup, including a recent 2-0 reverse against Espanyol that saw Pellegrini’s men fail to make the most of long spells of possession.

    Malaga fans will be praying for another fine display from 20-year-old attacking midfielder Isco, who has scored three Champions League goals at La Rosaleda, including a magnificent curling effort against Porto in the last 16. If, as expected, he leaves the club for big money this summer, he will be sorely missed.

    Borussia Dortmund have had a sparkling campaign, and they are one of only two teams (Juventus is the other) to enter the quarter-finals with an unbeaten record. Jurgen Klopp’s men have been particularly impressive on the road, drawing teams forward before punishing them with speedy counter-attacks. This style is highlighted by the fact BVB have averaged just 43.3% possession, lower than any other side left in the competition. Dortmund were unlucky not to turn draws into wins away to Real Madrid and Manchester City, and their creditable 2-2 draw at Shakhtar Donetsk set up their comfortable passage through the previous round.

    Dortmund are somewhat battered and bruised after Saturday’s 2-1 win at Stuttgart. Left-back Marcel Schmelzer may have to play with a protective mask against Malaga after breaking his nose, while midfielder Sven Bender and right-back Lukasz Piszczek both have nagging injuries. Attacking triumvirate Mario Gotze, Marco Reus and Robert Lewandowski should all start, and all three are on fine form. Gotze has been involved in six of Dortmund’s last ten Champions League goals, Reus has scored three UCL goals away from home, while Lewandowski has scored 26 goals in 36 games in all competitions, producing a further ten assists.

    The value bet is the 2.04 on offer for Over 2.5 Goals. Dortmund’s four away games in the Champions League have produced 15 goals between them, and the Germans have scored in 38 of the 40 matches they have played this season. Malaga have lost left-back Nacho Monreal to Arsenal, and centre-back Martin Demichelis’ lack of pace could be exposed by BVB’s speedsters. Malaga also have firepower, and have scored in 20 of their 23 home games.

    Recommended Bet: Back Both Teams to Score at 1.8

    Best Bet: Back Over 2.5 Goals at 2.04



  2. John 11 years ago

    Schweinsteiger looks a good bet for anytime scorer, he has netted a few recently but obviously the champions league is a different kettle of fish from the Bundesliga

  3. Guido 11 years ago

    Milesey, whats the best tips for 2moro to ensure a nice birthday present for me??…nice 4/1 or 5/1 double on the nags eg?

  4. Carl D 11 years ago

    Happy Birthday Guido, dont know about a 4/1 nag but Milesey has the single which stood out to me when I saw the coupon, Peterboro away to a out of form boro side look decent value. Dwight Gayle has his strike partner Tomlin back and a morale boosting victory over Cardiff will boost their chances.

    Also both sides tend to either win or lose so would rather be on the straight away win rather than the +1 peterboro.

    Im looking for a few early winners tho to big up the pot for the night, early picks include Albirex Niigata @ 12.30 and salyut @ 4 o’clock.

    Mlada Boleslav look interesting in a 3pm ko, as do Molde.

    Be back with more thoughts tomorrow.

    • Guido 11 years ago

      Thanks Carl :-) yes seen Peterboro…u fancy them big style as well? Think that division is tough/all capable of beating each other so might have a go on them at 11/4!
      jeez, Albirex Nigata n Salyut..sound like the medicine im on? ;-)

    • Carl D 11 years ago

      Ha, after that week of globetrotting all these exotic teams make for good studying!!

      I would say I fancy Peterboro at the prices avalible because in the championship anyone can do anyone on their day so id say we should get a run for our money.

      As Mrf points out there is some value avaliable away from the obvious games in the champs league and as they are the main games bookies are usually spot on with the pricing.

      Molde are a shortish price but look a solid pick although the league is only a game in but it is one of my favorites to get my football fix through the summer.

      Will be back in the morn with further thoughts but those medicine name teams will hopefully give us a healthy dose of profit!!

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Carl D, I’ve had a look at Peterborough and they must have a chance. Beat Cardiff at the weekend and Middlesbrough on a poor run. But in the Championship almost anything goes so I’d prefer Dumbarton at much the same price.

    • Carl D 11 years ago

      I agree Mrf, Middlesboro should be on a better run than they are really with some of the players they have but as we see in this league, as with most, that it is not individuals that usually win matches but rather than the collective spirit/confidence/form.

      Don’t think il be going mad on them unless my other picks fly in early. Its a good time of the season to side with teams playing for something and although boro are still fighting for the play-offs they have fallen away and peterboro still looking for the points to stay in the league.

      Il have a play on your picks also so hopefully its a tasty Tuesday!!!

  5. Guido 11 years ago

    F&&& i’ll be next for the 6 inch nails n lump of wood..Lanus 0-1

  6. Moroccan Punter 11 years ago

    Hi :) stumblaed acros this site today when looking for bets for Man U game. If I can I would like to input my tips as I specia lise in Morrocan football wer I live. I’m sorry if my englis is bad but I’m in proses of learning :) some bets for tomorrow.

    Olympique Khouribga v KAC Kenitra

    Under 2.5 goals
    Bothe teams to score NO

    These ar bets I am on personal but have not put odds as not sure what guys here use for there betting.

    Best of luk


    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Moroccan Punter, don’t worry about your English it’s fine. Wait till Danny comes on half cut and you’ll see what I mean. You’re welcome to put up Moroccan tips and I’ll watch for the results. You can put up a price to give us an idea about their odds, fractional if possible. For these type of bets bet365 will probably be the best.

  7. Mr T 11 years ago

    Do a lot of youse lay off your bets or do you let them run?

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Mr T, I do a bit of both but sometimes it’s easy and other times a bit complicated. Also depends on what I stand to win. For example if I needed one game btts to win £500 for a £50 stake I’d consider putting about £80 on no to btts if I could get anywhere near evens.

  8. Dean 11 years ago

    Looking at the Irish Premier league, I think Dundalk are way overpriced at 5.50 for their visit to St Patrick’s. The season has just recently got underway and although St Patrick’s are a strong side with a good home record, Dundalk have made a good start to the season and have won their last three away games

    Does anyone have an opinion on Brechin v East Fife. Of course, Brechin have lost their last two games, both against Queen of the South, but both sides are really on the opposite side of the scales. Best price 4/6 at Coral and William Hill

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Dean, it’s a Brechin win for me.

  9. Moroccan Punter 11 years ago

    Ok mr f :)

    If I do calculation right fraction odds is follows

    Under 2.5 2/5
    Bothe teams to score NO 4/7

    I found this on one site from your selection on side bar Paddy Power. I will carry on posting if my language does not anger persons on this site, the two bets I’m confidence about and will have more to follow on wesnesday when there is loads of games.

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Moroccan Punter, those odds suggest bookies like you really fancy the unders. 2-5 for under 2.5 and 4-7 for no are pretty short.

  10. Moroccan Punter 11 years ago

    I have some biger value bets for wendsday that I will put up but I never look for odds to after I finish decidin what to put on, I never change a bet becaus odds are not good enough becaus it’s were I think person go wrong. If you get me mr f?

  11. Moroccan Punter 11 years ago

    Betting for value I meen

  12. Mr T 11 years ago

    Anyone else fancy raith to put another spanner in the works tomorrow night?

    7/2 or double chance 19/20!!!

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Mr T, Thistle look pretty hard to stop so I’ll be on them despite Raith’s weekend win over Morton.

  13. Danny 11 years ago

    MP looks like 2 home wins to me double

    Olympique Khouribga @ 2.00
    FAR Rabat @ 1.45

  14. conor 11 years ago

    Galatasaray +3 vs real madrid 8/11 looks good on betfair

  15. Guido 11 years ago

    Paul, u must have the fittest dog in the West of Scotland…is he a big fella/need a lot of walkin?

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Guido, just saw the dug comment. It’s just a young Yorkie but likes a walk. Great excuse to get out of the house.

    • Guido 11 years ago

      Paul, Least the wee yorkie gives ya good cover when checking out the various well known Dogging hotspot/lay-bys in Clyebank/Dalmuir/Milngavie /Drumchapel :-)

  16. Guido 11 years ago

    breakaway..0-2…f&&& me

    • Danny 11 years ago

      Happy Birthday Guido

      not the best start to it right enough with those Lanus fools

    • Guido 11 years ago

      Cheers Danny. F&&& it…cashed oot…least got ma money back……went n made masel some grub when it was 0-2…came back n 2-2. Its getting really stretched Carl

  17. Danny 11 years ago

    UK Both 2 Score
    Hull – Watford
    Middlesbrough – Peterborough
    Livingston – Falkirk
    Raith – Partick
    Albion – Forfar

    Israel Championship Double
    Hapoel Tel Aviv
    Maccabi Haifa

    Norway Double
    Molde 2 Score In Both Halves
    Honefoss – Stromsgodset Both 2 Score

    Slovakia/Slovenia Aways Double
    Slovan Bratislava

  18. Guido 11 years ago

    Get the hammer nails n 4 by 4 lum o timber oot ..forgive them Father for they know not what they do!! ;-)

  19. Carl D 11 years ago

    Guido WTF has been happening in that Lanus game? just lookes on flashscore and Quilmes got a man off and a stupid amount of bookings! Are they a dirty team and if Lanus get one back soon there could be a chance of a come back. By the looks of it Quilmes will finish closer to a five-a-side team!!

  20. Guido 11 years ago

    Dunna bvash em nails in yet!! ;-) 2-2 now…end to end stuff….stuck of twist???

  21. Danny 11 years ago

    right back in the tie surly get a few more for a comfortable win

  22. Carl D 11 years ago

    Told ya Guido, 2-2 lanus now!!!

  23. Danny 11 years ago


    Molde – Lillestrom
    Peter Kovacs (Molde) 2 Break The Deadlock

    Ireland Anytime Double
    Christy Fagan (St Patricks)
    Mark Quigley (Shamrock)

  24. Moroccan Punter 11 years ago

    Hi Danny. The FAR Rabat will not go ahead this evening my friend. And yes if had to pick I would say home win tonigh but is going to be very tight close game in my opinyun.

  25. david 11 years ago

    mr fix it any top ti[s for tonight??

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      David, we do daily tips, they’ll be up soon.

  26. ellis 11 years ago


    MR F, Excluding Bet365 and Ladbrokes, what do you believe to be the best online bookmaker who offer the best prices and the best start up offer, need to get a new account going for my basketball bets, im starting to make too much on the basketball haha

    Help from anyone else would be appreciated please!!

    • Milesey 11 years ago

      Stan James as the second best Basketball bookie on the internet.

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      Featuring great value outright markets covering competitions around the world to a huge selection of worldwide game lines, Stan James offers excellent choice and value to the online Basketball punter.

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    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Ellis, I don’t bet on basketball so I can’t answer that. There are few people who have put up basketball tips who might now. Sometimes the best thing to do is simply trawl some of the sites or looks at oddschecker and betrescue for price comparisons and available markets.

    • ellis 11 years ago

      Not just for basketball mr f. Other than bet365 and Ladbrokes the best start up offer and odds in general

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Ellis, again it depends what you want. Betrescue and oddschecker have lists of start-up offers on their sites.

    • ellis 11 years ago

      Anything similar to the bet365 one?

  27. ellis 11 years ago

    Thanks milest. Are they the best though and what exactly is the start up offer. Do they give good odds on everything else

  28. MrT 11 years ago

    Nice treble below to set me up nicely for this evenings games.

    Molde 1.44 (17:30 Norway)
    Abirex 1.72 (12:30 Singapore)
    Jupiter Rex – 2.0 (5.40 Exeter)

    Milesy, Mr F, what do you think?

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Mr T, I’m putting tips on Champions League, English and Scottish leagues pretty soon. Won’t be looking at any of these today but all have been tipped up onthe site in the recent past.

  29. Danny 11 years ago

    Bayern – Juventus
    Method Of 1st Goal Header @ 22/5 Betvictor

    PSG – Barcelona
    Ibrahimovic 2 Out Score Messi @ 4/1 Betvictor

    Its Eeny, meeny, miny, moe on what game to watch

  30. MrT 11 years ago

    May add in Milesy’s Slovakia and Austria tips for my early bets.

    As far as tonight’s games go an leaning towards

    PSG v Barcelona – Both Teams to Score

    Tips here seem to be leaning towards over 2.5. BTTS odds are only slightly lower and I think offer a better chance. Can’t see either team winning 3+ to nil.

  31. Mr Fixit 11 years ago

    Ellis, hunt around and see what’s there. I can look later but trying to put tips just now.

    • ellis 11 years ago

      Much appreciated mr f I’ll wait until later

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Ellis, tips are done, need to go out for a bit (kids off school) so I’ll look later if I get a chance but as I said all offers listed on the likes of betrescue.

  32. Eddie 11 years ago

    Gie the man peace so he can get his tips up

  33. ellis 11 years ago

    Thanks mr f your opinion would be a great help best odds and best start up offer r

  34. Ben 11 years ago

    Milesy – how confident r u about the bratislava game being over 2.5? Cheers mate

  35. Guido 11 years ago

    Is Moroccan Punter for gen?..Sean, are you at your capers again? have you remebered to take your personality disorder tablets!! haha :-) the Dick Emery of MrFixitstips (for younger viewers Dick was a comedian who had loads of characters as part of his act) ;-)

  36. Guido 11 years ago

    All – whats opinion on the best sport streaming websites?..not full of ads n crap every 2 secs etc…

  37. ellis 11 years ago


  38. Moroccan Punter 11 years ago

    I don’t understand your queston Guido?

    • Guido 11 years ago

      MP – sometimes we get people on here that have more than one persona :-) can be amusing.

  39. ben h 11 years ago

    anyone fancy shamrock tonight? they are falling rapidly behind sligo and need a win

    • Guido 11 years ago

      Ben, Shamrock usually always a top team in dear ol’ Oirland..not an expert/follow it much..maybe Sean be better placed to answer.

  40. ben h 11 years ago

    I use your site as a guide because I like to pick my own teams but well done on your recent success mr f

  41. ben h 11 years ago

    they are even money finding them hard to resist

  42. Moroccan Punter 11 years ago

    I think I undersran :) I can sure you I am me. I will have some mr fixit super singles for tomorrow when there is plenty of League games on over here :)

    • Guido 11 years ago

      MP – met a fella at Barcelona airport last year from Morocco and was speaking to him for 20 mins..he was a nice lad. He was doing a bit of touring around Europe.

  43. conor 11 years ago

    cliftonville 2- crusaders 1

  44. Moroccan Punter 11 years ago

    I went to University in Cardiff Scotland UK to do a journalism corse 6 years back now. Here is a nice place persons can be nice but usual out of tourist parts it gets a bit tough! Were are you from? Uk I take persons on site are from? What about the Morrocan guy you see?

    • Guido 11 years ago

      MP, Cardiff is in Welsh Wales not Scotland, UK, thankfully :-) I’m from Scotland, most of the folk are from Scotland on the site as the fella that runs it is from Glasgow area and a journalist for Scotland’s biggest daily newspaper. He alsosupports one of the worset trams in Scotland and likes walking his dog as well – too much some may say and some aren’t sure if there’s other aspects to this but there might become clearer after watching a telly programme schedule for this Thursday night. A lot of English come on the site n say bad things about the Scots as well, call us “swesty socks” and also a lot of Irish posters and some overseas people. In case you get the worng impression I dont “see” the Moraccan fella I’m 100% female orientated but I bumped ito him at Barcelona airport last year and spoke about football and FC Barcelona in particular and Rangers FC. :-) hope that clarifies things for you.

  45. Moroccan Punter 11 years ago

    I see ha! Makes things very clear. I wish you well with your bets sir. Yes Wales that’s right. Your trying to say mr fixit has relationship with his dog? Ha

  46. Guido 11 years ago

    Just back from Dunelm Mill with mrs..they do a luvely line in cushions n duvet covers etc if yer interested ;-)
    Decided on Peterboro, Bayern n Dumbarton trixe.
    Avoided FCB/first leg etc, obvoiulsy want Barca to win. Heard on radio Beckham starting..ffs..hard enuff against Barca with 11 good men as opposed to 10..a fella that’s 8/9 years past it..he coodna run, tackle, header even then!! joke!!

    • Mr Fixit 11 years ago

      Guido, what do you get for giving them a namecheck then? There’s one in Clydebank but never been in. Buying cushions sounds like women’s work.

    • Guido 11 years ago

      Absolutely women work Pauil :-)but you need someone to shuffle along behind 10ft behind to carry the clobber and act the nodding dog! Get an entry into a prize draw for a years supply of lavender scented pot pourri for the Dunelm Mill plug ;-) yesss FCB just scored(no money on it tho)..think Milesey will defo have to wind his neck in aboot PSG now!! :-)

  47. Guido 11 years ago

    Flicking back n fore from 2 matches…had Beckham actually had a mention or a mere passenger being played to boost his ego/sell more shirts to say he played (I mean chased shadows) against the best in the European Cup?? he’ll be hooked shortly

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