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Numero10

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Aug 5, 2002
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Hi i am new here. I am a 16 year old from Australia but i am Italian. I was born in Veneto and lived in Treviso(same as DP :D) when i was younger. As you may have guessed from my name my favourite player is DP.

Forza Juve!
 

Bongiovi

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Jul 12, 2002
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Hello and a warm welcome to you....have fun and enjoy yourself!

Lucky you having lived in Italy.....I'm just coming to terms with no italian football on TV this season.....Mind you Chanel 5 did show Milan last night!....
 

Slagathor

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Jul 25, 2001
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Lucky you having lived in Italy.....I'm just coming to terms with no italian football on TV this season.....Mind you Chanel 5 did show Milan last night!....
They did? Wow! A revolution there!! :D

Welcome Numero10! :extatic:
 

Slagathor

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Jul 25, 2001
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It means 'Hi' but can also be used as 'bye'. The French use 'Salut' in both ways as well though it literally means 'bye'.
Same in Dutch with 'Hoi'.
 

hoshi

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Sep 2, 2002
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Hey :) I'm new here too, as of yesterday... but too scared to start my own "hello" thread *^^* So anyways, greetings all, I'm Hayley from Australia, where most of the football is played with a stupid egg-shaped ball and you get a point for missing the goals. (Whoever thought of that was a terrible underachiever.) But anyway... hello :)
And in case anyone is interested... I'm the more feminine one in this pic: http://home.iprimus.com.au/curry/meandhayz.jpg :)
 
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