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I think this is an English thing, cause I've never seen anyone else say it. Sometimes when a goal is scored, someone will say "get in!!!!!11". Get in where? And what are we even talking about? If you're talking about the ball, then it's too late to make that comment cause it's already in. So what is the point?
 

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The phrase I use the most is "Fúcks sake (Insert City player)" followed by 20 or so swear words.
 

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Its a sexual reference, we're all pervs who want to see footballers shag the ball. :thumbsup:
 

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A Crystal Palace player once "shagged the ball" into the net. Must be a Southern thing.
 

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I think this is an English thing, cause I've never seen anyone else say it. Sometimes when a goal is scored, someone will say "get in!!!!!11". Get in where? And what are we even talking about? If you're talking about the ball, then it's too late to make that comment cause it's already in. So what is the point?
Stop complaining. At least you don't have to listen to Andres Cantor scream GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL for a full minute after every score.

It was cute the first 2 or 3 times I heard it, but now I wish he'd put a plug in it.
 

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Stop complaining. At least you don't have to listen to Andres Cantor scream GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL for a full minute after every score.

It was cute the first 2 or 3 times I heard it, but now I wish he'd put a plug in it.
lol it's so funny listening to commentators in other languages shouting goooooooooooooooooooool, goooooooooooooool, goooooooooool. Even the announcers in the stadium. I think the English ones should try it once, it would be funny.
 

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lol it's so funny listening to commentators in other languages shouting goooooooooooooooooooool, goooooooooooooool, goooooooooool. Even the announcers in the stadium. I think the English ones should try it once, it would be funny.
There's an English commentator on Real Madrid TV that sometimes has half-hearted efforts in sounding like a Spanish commentator when a goal goes in. The Argies do it best though.

"get in you dirty c*nt" is my favourite, there's quite a lot going on there.
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