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    Haha WAG. Never seems to do things the easy way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sledger View Post
    Haha WAG. Never seems to do things the easy way.
    A bit like Rangers...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    A bit like Rangers...
    Eh?

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    Yay Andy! Down here there are plenty of mind numbingly ignorant sports writers who write him off as over-hyped. Glad he's shown the world that now that he's come into his own he can truly match the best.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GingerFurball View Post
    Eh?
    Well, going back to third division isn't exactly the easy way to go about things, is it?

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    Great effort to turn it around again in the fifth. Good on him.

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    Very happy for Murray. Good on him.

    If you had told me he'd win the first 2 and then lose the next 2, and come out to win the 5th I'd simply not have believed you. Great turnaround.

    Novak playing 8 sets in 2 days can't have helped.

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    well done murray!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Well, going back to third division isn't exactly the easy way to go about things, is it?
    Was just confused because you directed it at sledger.

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    Brilliant from Murray!

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    Top 4 each won a Slam this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Well done Murray. Great to see a bloke knock down a few demons.

    Epic sporting year for GB (not England, they still suck).
    Has been, actually. We now have three genuine contenders for the BBC Sports Personality who've all broken new ground for Brits. Each of whom is a fork in the eye to the middle-England tory establishment:

    Bradley Wiggins (Tour de France & Olympic gold; born in Belgium to an Aussie father)
    Mo Farah (5000m & 10,000m double; Somalian refugee)
    Andy Murray (US Open, Wimbledon final & Olympic gold; dourest Scots Presbyterian this side of Dalglish)

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    I guess this all but confirms Murray will get his British citizenship then.

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    Lol @ the whole fiasco where Murray couldn't find his Rado watch before the presentation ceremony and kept looking for it. Loyal to his sponsors is Andy.

    To be fair, would have been in some **** if he didn't wear it whilst holding up the trophy.



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