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European?



Yep

A country that uses the Euro?


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Are these women footballers?


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Zooming in on something also..

Q) Is there a Lancashire connection, going of course by The pre 1974 County boundaries



Whole lotta zoomin' goin' on lads, but any Lancs connection (pre-74 of course) is quite a tenuous one, but there is one I guess............


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Yep

A country that uses the Euro?



Another yes


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Nope.


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Are we looking for an e/o?


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Are we looking for an e/o?



I suppose it might fall into that category, but it's not a singular e/o which is what makes it more "interesting"


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G) A shot at both of Stephen Ireland's dead Grandmothers


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G) A shot at both of Stephen Ireland's dead Grandmothers



GOAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

There were actually three fatalities as, after Ireland's grandmothers were both found to be hale and hearty, he stated it was his grandfather's second wife who - you've guessed it - was subsequently revealed to be fit and well also. Not the brightest bulb in the box, unlike you Chris Tongue

In September 2007, Ireland was at the centre of controversy when, in the immediate aftermath of a Republic of Ireland international match and days before their crunch game against the Czech Republic, coach Steve Staunton informed him of a telephone call just received from his girlfriend reporting the death of his maternal grandmother. Staunton quickly consented to Ireland's compassionate leave on these grounds, a private jet was chartered for his return.
However the media quickly discovered that Ireland's grandmother was not dead, at which point Ireland announced it was his paternal grandmother who died but yet again, reporters discovered that Ireland's paternal grandmother was also still alive, and her relatives had threatened to sue one newspaper that reported her death. Ireland changed his story again, saying one of his grandfathers had divorced, and it was his second wife who had died. That was also quickly discovered to be untrue.

As hipkiss express will testify, it's now among the Ireland fans repertoire

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMiAPWnTv6o


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G) A shot at both of Stephen Ireland's dead Grandmothers



GOAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

There were actually three fatalities as, after Ireland's grandmothers were both found to be hale and hearty, he stated it was his grandfather's second wife who - you've guessed it - was subsequently revealed to be fit and well also. Not the brightest bulb in the box, unlike you Chris Tongue

In September 2007, Ireland was at the centre of controversy when, in the immediate aftermath of a Republic of Ireland international match and days before their crunch game against the Czech Republic, coach Steve Staunton informed him of a telephone call just received from his girlfriend reporting the death of his maternal grandmother. Staunton quickly consented to Ireland's compassionate leave on these grounds, a private jet was chartered for his return.
However the media quickly discovered that Ireland's grandmother was not dead, at which point Ireland announced it was his paternal grandmother who died but yet again, reporters discovered that Ireland's paternal grandmother was also still alive, and her relatives had threatened to sue one newspaper that reported her death. Ireland changed his story again, saying one of his grandfathers had divorced, and it was his second wife who had died. That was also quickly discovered to be untrue.

As hipkiss express will testify, it's now among the Ireland fans repertoire

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lMiAPWnTv6o


Good one Laugh. Have to admit I had something else in mind with the Lancashire connection question and the answer given helped.

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