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12 June 2017 21:02 Post ID: #1539164
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12 June 2017 21:11 Post ID: #1539165 - in reply to #1539164
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Everybody enters its the old league cup mate just a new name it's not that other shit one we was in last year ?

Edited by waterloowacker 12/6/2017 21:12
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12 June 2017 21:32 Post ID: #1539167 - in reply to #1539164
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fucking naff name for the cup the efl don't give a fuck who they sell stuff too.
and why the fuck are the trainspotters seeded they finished below halfway fucking joke
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12 June 2017 21:41 Post ID: #1539169 - in reply to #1539164
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Naff name look at these past sponsors lol

Period Sponsor Name
1960/61–1980/81 No main sponsor Football League Cup
1981/82–1985/86 Milk Marketing Board Milk Cup
1986/87–1989/90 Littlewoods Littlewoods Challenge Cup
1990/91–1991/92 Rumbelows Rumbelows Cup
1992/93–1997/98 Coca-Cola[18] Coca-Cola Cup
1998/99–2002/03 Worthington's[19] Worthington Cup
2003/04–2011/12 Molson Coors[20] Carling Cup
2012/13–2015/16 Capital One[21] Capital One Cup
2016/17 No main sponsor EFL Cup
2017/18– Carabao[22] Carabao Cup
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12 June 2017 21:48 Post ID: #1539170 - in reply to #1539164
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The winners in 1991 got a top of the range pye 18 inch tv no remote control though


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12 June 2017 22:17 Post ID: #1539176 - in reply to #1539164
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Sad git that I am, I know quite a bit about Carabao. The Carabao energy drink that is being very heavily marketed here has been around in Thailand for about 12 years or more. Carabao are in fact the biggest rock band ever in Thailand and have the same sort of fame there as the Rolling Stones does here. The have been around donkeys years. The lead singer Aed Carabao is a major shareholder in the Tawandaeng German brewery in Bangkok who started the drink and named it after the band. If you're ever in BKK, the Tawandaeng is a brilliant place for a night out you can do a lot worse than have the massive whole deep fried pork leg and a metre high beer tower.
I have seen Carabao about half a dozen times, both in Thailand and last time here in the UK at the Coronet Theatre at the Elephant. Highly recommend seeing them on the rare occasions that they visit the UK, watching 2,000 plus Thai women out on the lash is worth the admission fee on it's own!
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12 June 2017 22:30 Post ID: #1539180 - in reply to #1539176
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BKK Lion - 12/6/2017 22:17

Sad git that I am, I know quite a bit about Carabao. The Carabao energy drink that is being very heavily marketed here has been around in Thailand for about 12 years or more. Carabao are in fact the biggest rock band ever in Thailand and have the same sort of fame there as the Rolling Stones does here. The have been around donkeys years. The lead singer Aed Carabao is a major shareholder in the Tawandaeng German brewery in Bangkok who started the drink and named it after the band. If you're ever in BKK, the Tawandaeng is a brilliant place for a night out you can do a lot worse than have the massive whole deep fried pork leg and a metre high beer tower.
I have seen Carabao about half a dozen times, both in Thailand and last time here in the UK at the Coronet Theatre at the Elephant. Highly recommend seeing them on the rare occasions that they visit the UK, watching 2,000 plus Thai women out on the lash is worth the admission fee on it's own!

True sad git
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12 June 2017 22:41 Post ID: #1539181 - in reply to #1539164
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Just what we need.... another sugar filled drink to rot the teeth of the next generation.

I must admit, I thought it was the old hub cap and bumper cup at first.
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13 June 2017 01:50 Post ID: #1539185 - in reply to #1539176
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BKK Lion - 12/6/2017 22:17
, watching 2,000 plus Thai women out on the lash is worth the admission fee on it's own!

I'm up for that!!!
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13 June 2017 06:16 Post ID: #1539188 - in reply to #1539164
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Energy drinks cause heart attacks and heart arrhythmia, 'ck 'em! They should be illegal.
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13 June 2017 08:20 Post ID: #1539205 - in reply to #1539176
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BKK Lion - 12/6/2017 22:17

watching 2,000 plus Thai women out on the lash is worth the admission fee on it's own!


You don't happen to have their tour dates available BKK?
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13 June 2017 10:18 Post ID: #1539221 - in reply to #1539164
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That's if they really are women
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13 June 2017 12:12 Post ID: #1539249 - in reply to #1539164
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The can call it the Curly Wurly Jawbreaker Cup or whatever if they like, for me it will always be the League Cup.
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13 June 2017 20:34 Post ID: #1539304 - in reply to #1539164
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This devalues a competition that was already seen as Mickey Mouse. We should play the kids and get knocked out as soon as possible so we can concentrate on the league.
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14 June 2017 07:26 Post ID: #1539345 - in reply to #1539304
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Arthur2shedsJackson - 13/6/2017 20:34

This devalues a competition that was already seen as Mickey Mouse. We should play the kids and get knocked out as soon as possible so we can concentrate on the league.


What if our team of kids are better than the other teams of kids and we go all the way ?
We are fucked then...
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14 June 2017 07:38 Post ID: #1539347 - in reply to #1539170
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waterloowacker - 12/6/2017 21:48

The winners in 1991 got a top of the range pye 18 inch tv no remote control though


I love your curtains.
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14 June 2017 08:05 Post ID: #1539355 - in reply to #1539164
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I used to love the league cup. It was always exciting because you knew it was the first cup final to happen at Wembley every season (before Wembley was devalued by playing FA Cup semis and every other cunt game there). Does anyone else remember the white ball with the red stripe around it that, I think if I remember rightly, as reserved for the league cup early/mid 80s?
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