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Agard Days Night

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Agard Days Night last won the day on February 15

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  1. Have a lovely trip fella.
  2. Where are you off to @Drew Peacock?
  3. My mistake! Yes I remember Joe Bryan often playing in front of Magnússon down the left. You are bang on with that.
  4. Can’t recall JB ever playing right midfield but could be my memory going in my old age.
  5. I didn’t question if it’s the same Michael Owen. @BobBobSuperBob questioned if it was the same Michael Owen and I answered. What is that you’re struggling to understand here?
  6. I don’t know. You’d have to ask @BobBobSuperBob as he asked the initial question. Thanks for the help with proof reading, always happy to take on any notes and feedback.
  7. No. You’ve missed my point entirely. I was just confirming that it’s the same Michael Owen who states who didn’t want to go there in the first place as per the question posed by @BobBobSuperBob approximately 10 hours ago. The rest you have completely fabricated based on nothing I’ve said and everything you’ve assumed.
  8. Yes. The same Michael Owen who also played for Liverpool, Real Madrid, Manchester United and Stoke. Also represented England a number of times.
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