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J1M1 last won the day on May 16

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About J1M1

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    Guitar Man
  • Birthday 03/04/1951

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    Sport, music, life in general, trout fishing (when there's time), rock concerts, SA and all it's contradictions, investigative journalism, writing, truth.

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  1. J1M1

    Cricket news

    The latest CSA/Proteas disaster - King Goodwill hosts four (4) players going to the w/cup.........three Black players & Amla.......maybe CSA couldn't afford the whole team receiving a "blessing" from the King - whatever the reason it's not a great team-building exercise whichever way you look at it............
  2. Vlag, you've just made my weekend!!! Great musicians!!!
  3. My mistake - he's headed to Japan if the reports are correct
  4. Pollard, Coenie & RG Snyman headed your way..............
  5. The "EPL" in name only.......... A day after Manchester City sealed its second consecutive Premier League title after a long and exhilarating title race, England’s newly crowned champion is facing scrutiny from UEFA investigators. According to a New York Times article published on Monday, English soccer authorities and the European football governing body have been investigating the club owned by the Abu Dhabi United Group for months, looking into possible financial irregularities. The allegations involve City trying to circumvent UEFA’s financial fair play regulations by masking cash infusions from the United Arab Emirates through inflated sponsorship agreements with UAE airline Etihad and could result in City being banned from the Champions League if the club is found guilty. Since the Abu Dhabi United Investment Group acquired Manchester City in 2008, the club’s new leadership under chairman Khaldoon Al Mubarak has transformed the club from mid-table mediocracy to a global footballing powerhouse, winning four Premier League titles in the past eight years. City’s success has always been eyed with suspicion though as it wouldn’t have been possible without the financial muscle of its Emirati owners. As the following chart shows, no club in world football has spent nearly as much money on transfers over the past 11 years as City has under its new ownership. According to Transfermarkt.de, a German website specializing on football transfers, Manchester City’s transfer balance since 2008 is -$1.36 billion, outstripping even that of Qatari-owned Paris Saint-Germain by more than $400 million.
  6. No singing from Elton......................
  7. Not a lot of UK born players in the 44.........still, it's the premier league in world football.
  8. For Mata....................
  9. Re - Man U........Jose's definitely not the most user-friendly man on the planet but maybe he was right about some things at Man U?
  10. J1M1

    8 May 2019

    Any news on the "Cape Party" i discovered on our recent trip to the place? They want to split from the rest of the good old RSA.........A possible new name for the Cape could be "Groot Oranje"
  11. J1M1

    8 May 2019

    yes, i had my nails painted.....fingernails
  12. Spurs!!! A week of footballing miracles..........looking forward to the final
  13. J1M1


    Belated happy birthdays!!
  14. THOSE were the days - how i miss them!!! Somehow i don't think the kids today get the same opportunity - life's just much too serious!!
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