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14 Mar 2019 11:35:25
am i mistaken but didn't Firminosteeth have multiple accounts? it may be im totally wrong and imagined it though. just thinking has he got a new name again.





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14 Mar 2019 11:28:34
Lallana is playing for his future so hopefully gives it his all to end of the season. think his time with us is done so putting himself in shop window.




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24 Oct 2016 18:52:30
You'd be surprised Harry. I did Karate, Boxing and Judo! Stopped them competitively at 11 because I wanted to play football, but I still continued the boxing and judo for fun. MK Scouser

Where do i start on this. Silly post reminding me why i scroll past your name MK. How many fights and sparring sessions did you have as a boxer before aged 11 and how often did you spar after 11 for fun. I understand you may have kept the fitness side of it, but i'm not having what you have said. You mean you really carried on getting hit for fun? you're either Sugar Ray Leonards long lost son or you have the best defence of any amateur or pro that's been in the game judging on your picture. Stop talking nonsense lad. And i'm not having a pop but if you want to prove me wrong tell me what club you boxed for until 11 and then carried on afterwards for fun. i'm really intrigued as I've boxed and still train/ s[ar but not for fun.

Here is something off the ABA website.

Ask any boxer and he or she will tell you there is nothing as memorable as stepping into the ring for the first time.

Once you have been training at your club for a while you may decide you want to compete. Your coach will help you decide when you are ready for this. You can train up to this point from a young age, but you must be aged 11 or over to spar or compete.

All boxers need to get ‘carded’, which involves a doctor filling in a medical form to say that you are fit to box. Your coach may be able to arrange for a doctor to visit the club, or you can ask your family doctor. Your club will provide you with this form.