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KennyMiller27

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About KennyMiller27

  • Birthday 30/01/1989
  • Device
    Android
  • Supports:
    Manchester United
  • Managing:
    Millwall
  1. KennyMiller27

    European club football

    @Fozz_Quaker could it be possible the game couldn't magick a suitable groundshare for the OP and said sod it? added 0 minutes later @Retro420 how was your financial status heading into that season?
  2. KennyMiller27

    World Cup 2018

    IT'S COMING HOME!
  3. KennyMiller27

    European club football

    Curious, what club are you using?
  4. KennyMiller27

    Cant Buy the Game

    Bro, just gotta check, are you on a prepaid or postpaid mobile phone account? You could link your phone SIM to your Google Play account and pay for the game via that way if it helps =)
  5. KennyMiller27

    The Bermondsey Barrage - A Millwall Career

    Part 8 - Is This Real Life?
  6. KennyMiller27

    The Bermondsey Barrage - A Millwall Career

    Part 7 - It Took You Long Enough...
  7. KennyMiller27

    The Bermondsey Barrage - A Millwall Career

    Part 6 - Ninety Minutes to Glory?
  8. KennyMiller27

    The Bermondsey Barrage - A Millwall Career

    Part 5 - Roadtrips and Spendsies
  9. KennyMiller27

    The Bermondsey Barrage - A Millwall Career

    Part 4 - Holiday Hijinx!
  10. KennyMiller27

    Off Topic Tactical Stories

    Hey guys, need some help. Recently Terry Butcher was appointed joint-manager of the Philippines national team, and boo-boys have been picking on his record with Hibs and Newport. With this in mind, I'd like to get *OBJECTIVE* insight in terms of his tactical nous from fans of the clubs he's managed at, preferably if you were able to see some of his reign. If you're a Coventry, Sunderland, Motherwell, Brentford, Caley, Hibs or Newport fan, please share your insight below, and it is much-appreciated.
  11. KennyMiller27

    The Bermondsey Barrage - A Millwall Career

    Part 3 - Road Trip https://youtu.be/ioSpXwJgrXI
  12. KennyMiller27

    The Bermondsey Barrage - A Millwall Career

    Part 2 - The Start of the Year https://youtu.be/8cJumNP6H2M
  13. Part 1 - The Genesis https://youtu.be/nIvCLmSMaTA
  14. Part 62 - The End Bolton (BBC Radio Manchester) - In a shock move, Bolton Wanderers manager John Walsh has tendered his resignation from the club today. Walsh, who has won a League Cup and an FA Cup with the Trotters, along with the Championship Playoffs, is leaving to take up a position as technical director of the Philippine Football Federation, who he also led to a shock win in the 2019 Asian Cup. The club would like to place on record their sincere appreciation for his service and wish Walsh the best in his future endeavours. Assistant manager Phil Neville will take over for the rest of the season, with Bolton currently lying in 5th.
  15. Part 61 - Rocket Strappers It's the start of the 19-20 season, and with the Community Shield newly installed in the trophy cabinet, we're looking to build on it and get off the blocks well. Could we? Matchday 1 - at Dean Court - We start the season in style with a flowing victory in the South Coast. Matchday 2 - at Burnden Way - Our first game at home sees the Saints dig in and nick a point from us. Matchday 3 - at Vicarage Road - Adalberto Peñaranda's revenge sees him lay on a hat-trick of assists for Jai Quitongo as we skin the Hornets. League Table Presented by Carling - Top of the table early doors, and the Jack Butland fee is paying for itself with 3 clean sheets. Matchday 4 - at Burnden Way - SKIN THEM ALIVE LADS! Arsenal are thumped here. Matchday 5 - at Stamford Bridge - Chelsea pop the bags against us as they take a share of the points. Matchday 6 - at Burnden Way - We close September with a narrow clean sheet against a 10-man United side. League Table Presented by the University of Bolton - An air-tight defense see us stay at the top of the table two months into the season.
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