The Padres have been around for 48 years - never won the World Series.
The Chargers have been around 56 years, never won the Super Bowl or NFL Championship. Once won the AFL Championship, in 1963.
The Clippers were in San Diego for 6 years - nothing. There was an ABA team for 4 years - nothing.
San Diego had a hockey team in the WHA for 5 years. Nothing.
East county has douche bros. lots of military people. The mormons mostly keep to themselves in their castle that looks like disneyland. The locals are pretty chill and most of the mexicans are contained in a few areas or go to LA.
>I tell you what boys, now you brought me in I'm welling up right
>What you got to realise
>We're in the quarter-finals
>I've been a passport holder for near enough 20 years
>I moved to Sweden
>And I've seen Eiður, I've seen Joey, and I've seen Hermann, right?
>This is the first time, the first time that I've ever seen anything...
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Why didn't he choose Jamaica first.
>My mom's gone to the Caribbean
>No she went on her own accord
Because England have a better chance to go to major tournaments and thus get him better sponsorships.
This goes for everyone: Don't think all of your players born in 3rd world shitholes would honestly play for your team if they had a better shot elsewhere. It's also why international football will just become pointless except if youre from some small African country or North Korea.
Good to see this motherfucker cry
Today was my very first run.
LEAVE POLAND TO ME
not so fast!
>poland do this for 2 hours straight
>poland wins from cheeky pens
How does it feel being able to root for you country's team in a tournament?
will /sp/ women ever get the money they deserve?
Why was he drafted so high? IIRC he was projected as a bottom first round pick, tops. People said that he's only D-League material.
>When you spot yourself on the big screen and want people to think you've got a plan.
>Giving up a 3-1 lead
I hope your team doesn't do this.
>Complete shit day at work
>Got home, tired
>frenchman actually going to work instead of striking