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Joe_Fox

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It's legitimate, honestly, if you don't believe me have a look at the Acerca de Jornada, Bolivia's best selling rag.
 

Joe_Fox

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Ricey said:
Those people on that site have just read your post Joe, we all know it's bolloxs.

You won't be saying that when he is revealed later this week.
 

Joe_Fox

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Ricey said:
Joe_Fox said:
Ricey said:
Those people on that site have just read your post Joe, we all know it's bolloxs.

You won't be saying that when he is revealed later this week.

If he does sign I will post a special apology thread to you Joe on here.

Get drafting it then Ricey. :lol:
 

Dunc

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Castillo - A Biography.

After narrowly missing out in trials for Liverpool, Tranmere and Bootle FC,
Castillo was rescued from the footballing scrap heap by the up and coming Bolivian side Guabira who spotted him turning on a six-pence in a game of 3 and in.

Trying to fit in with the skilful South American style of football may sound difficult, but having seen John Barnes' goal against Brazil in Sao Paolo over and over again, he felt he was more than ready. The first season saw Castillo smash the Bolivian goal scoring record of 42 goals in a season after only 7 games, an achievement which catapulted him to the heights of 'cuando el meteega' or in English 'He who Floats'. As a national hero Castillo lived the life of a king getting the first pick of all the best fruit n' veg that came on the market.

The following season started promising with 8 goals in his first game against local rivals Oriente Petrolero. The result sent shockwaves through the nation to such an extent that civil war was waged. Fearing for his own safety, Castillo fled Bolivia and made his way to football's spiritual home - Brazil. It was here that I realised that he was in fact sh*t at football and after attempting to kidnap Pele to use him as Castillo's coach, he was deported by slow freighter back to his mother's homeland of old blighty.

Arriving in the port of Southampton he was left penniless and homeless, but thanks to Britain's relaxed immigration policy there was a large community of Bolivians living down in the old dock town who worshipped Castillo as a demi-God and paid him to hang around.

Leicester Manager Micky Adams then heard of Castillo's availability and ensured he would be one of a number of new Foxes players this summer.
 

Joe_Fox

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Dunc said:
Castillo - A Biography.

After narrowly missing out in trials for Liverpool, Tranmere and Bootle FC,
Castillo was rescued from the footballing scrap heap by the up and coming Bolivian side Guabira who spotted him turning on a six-pence in a game of 3 and in.

Trying to fit in with the skilful South American style of football may sound difficult, but having seen John Barnes' goal against Brazil in Sao Paolo over and over again, he felt he was more than ready. The first season saw Castillo smash the Bolivian goal scoring record of 42 goals in a season after only 7 games, an achievement which catapulted him to the heights of 'cuando el meteega' or in English 'He who Floats'. As a national hero Castillo lived the life of a king getting the first pick of all the best fruit n' veg that came on the market.

The following season started promising with 8 goals in his first game against local rivals Oriente Petrolero. The result sent shockwaves through the nation to such an extent that civil war was waged. Fearing for his own safety, Castillo fled Bolivia and made his way to football's spiritual home - Brazil. It was here that I realised that he was in fact sh*t at football and after attempting to kidnap Pele to use him as Castillo's coach, he was deported by slow freighter back to his mother's homeland of old blighty.

Arriving in the port of Southampton he was left penniless and homeless, but thanks to Britain's relaxed immigration policy there was a large community of Bolivians living down in the old dock town who worshipped Castillo as a demi-God and paid him to hang around.

Leicester Manager Micky Adams then heard of Castillo's availability and ensured he would be one of a number of new Foxes players this summer.


:lol: :lol: :lol:

That was bloody fantastic. Thanks Dunc, you have climbed the Joe_Fox opinion ladder, 3 rungs you saucy devil, 3 rungs!
 

Malf

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Dunc said:
Castillo - A Biography.

After narrowly missing out in trials for Liverpool, Tranmere and Bootle FC,
Castillo was rescued from the footballing scrap heap by the up and coming Bolivian side Guabira who spotted him turning on a six-pence in a game of 3 and in.

Trying to fit in with the skilful South American style of football may sound difficult, but having seen John Barnes' goal against Brazil in Sao Paolo over and over again, he felt he was more than ready. The first season saw Castillo smash the Bolivian goal scoring record of 42 goals in a season after only 7 games, an achievement which catapulted him to the heights of 'cuando el meteega' or in English 'He who Floats'. As a national hero Castillo lived the life of a king getting the first pick of all the best fruit n' veg that came on the market.

The following season started promising with 8 goals in his first game against local rivals Oriente Petrolero. The result sent shockwaves through the nation to such an extent that civil war was waged. Fearing for his own safety, Castillo fled Bolivia and made his way to football's spiritual home - Brazil. It was here that I realised that he was in fact sh*t at football and after attempting to kidnap Pele to use him as Castillo's coach, he was deported by slow freighter back to his mother's homeland of old blighty.

Arriving in the port of Southampton he was left penniless and homeless, but thanks to Britain's relaxed immigration policy there was a large community of Bolivians living down in the old dock town who worshipped Castillo as a demi-God and paid him to hang around.

Leicester Manager Micky Adams then heard of Castillo's availability and ensured he would be one of a number of new Foxes players this summer.

:lol: :lol: Wonderful stuff, I enjoyed that. Got anymore stories about any of City's targets?
 
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