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Tony Pulis to climb Mount Kilimanjaro

Discussion in 'Sports Arena' started by stoke1863, 8 Mar 2010.

  1. stoke1863

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    http://www.kili4kids.org/

    crazy team selections aside our manager is a top top bloke. He did the london marathon last year and raised 40k for a local hospice.

    How many other prem managers would do this? *cough wenger cough*


    Get the message spread and if your feeling extra generous donate to team pulis!

    Not sure if this was general discussion or sports
     
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  2. Yas786

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    Yes what a martyr he is isnt he??..shall we give him a medal??:rolleyes:

    Good on him though but what that has to do with Wenger is quite beyond me...guess your still a bit sore that Wenger has stuck to his guns regarding the tackle thats finished off Ramsey for this season??...pathetic in all honesty.

    Im sure not only Wenger but Fergie and Ancelotti wouldnt do this either or maybe they would...and for your complete utter lack of knowledge...Arsenal and Wenger do enough work for charities;)

    http://www.beagoonerbeagiver.org/
     
  3. stoke1863

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    Christ man its a joke.



    EDIT: Read back my reply it was stupidly petty and stupid. Of course wenger will do charity good for him. My original swipe was stupid and i was trying to get a reaction.
     
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  4. Yas786

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    Well it was a lame attempt at trolling but kudos for trying:p

    Anyhow good luck to Pulis...a good deed hes doing i will admit.
     
  5. physichull

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    Puts Phil Brown's Great North Run effort into perspective doesn't it....
     
  6. dante6491

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    I am pretty sure Arsenal do a huge amount of charity work, giving up wages, coaches kids etc.

    Good on Tony though, it is something I would very much like to do in the future.