Discussion in 'SMB' started by Arkle, Aug 4, 2017.
He's from London?
There's just something about him that I can't connect too, yeah great at what he does (which is boring as fuck by the way), just not sure what it is.
Fairly common. I had a mate at uni who called himself Mo.
His Missus's arse moving in slo mo as she jumped was beguiling
A lot of successful people develop that, you must love me syndrome and court your attention ,he doesn't
Redgrave? He won it in 2000.
Bradley Wiggins was born in Belgium and Barry McGuigan was born in the Irish Republic.
No comparison man, Murray isn't even the best player in his sport.
Just ask herbal for some
Which Murray? Andy Murray the current World No 1? That one?
They certainly are good at running.
Never mind. Fought for Cananda at the Olympics but you're right, born in the smoke.
I don't do drugs man
His poor missus? He's about 6 stone man. It will be like banging a nail in with a sponge.
She must dream of a good smashing.
individual event athletes born overseas but who represent england/GB seem to attract a less broad support (and more flack) than those who participate in a team sport, im sure that the "team gb" marketing strategy wasnt just something to fill a space on tshirts, they wanted to create a similar support to footy/cricket/rugby.
i anticipate that i will get flamed here but in the same way i would provide disproportionately strong support to an athlete that was from sunderland, im going to support a little less one who lived in somalia until he was 8.
He couldn't hide owt in that body there's nee room
I've nothing but huge admiration for Murray, he's a phenomenal sportsman and role model. Whilst I respect your opinion, he's not now, has been or will be the player Federer is.
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