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S7E32 Roll and Pie

We have a fresh voice on the podcast as Tony makes his first appearance along with the two John’s. There is plenty to talk about with usual stuff like charity bets, Premiership review, predictions and charity bet choices for upcoming games. We managed to get a win in one of our charity bets. There is [Read more]

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