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« Reply #11 from previous page: Apr 03, 2005, 11:47 »
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Hya Alex
There are lots of places near to Newton Aycliffe you could rent, depends on what you want and how close you need to be to your friend.
Good luck anyway on finding something suitable


Cheers, mate. When I return to the area 3rd of May I really hope I can find somewhere cheap to rent for my move in the Summer. Unfortunately I don't drive and will be depending on public transport which is alright as I think you guys have a decent public transport system. But I still hope to find a place in my mate's town as that would make things a lot easier.

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« Reply #12 on: Apr 04, 2005, 17:16 »
Welcome Alexander! Looks like you are a Sunderland fan from your photo - do you come over for matches? And what is football like in Denmark?

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re: Greetings from across the North Sea
« Reply #13 on: Apr 10, 2005, 04:13 »
Cheers, mate, yes I'm a keen follower of the Lads. Mind, today's result didn't do us justice after playing Reading off the pitch for the first hour (I watched the game online). I hope Myhre isn't too badly injured as the last thing we need in the run-in is another injury worry to one of our 'keepers. But at the end of the day we're still five points clear of third place and even if Ipswich win Sunday we'll still be top of the league and in a pretty decent position to get one of the automatic promotion spots.

I've only ever been to the SoL twice, I'm afraid. The West Brom game last April which we lost by a goal to nil and then the Millwall game in October which we won one-nil from a Millwall own goal. So I haven't actually seen the lads score at the SoL yet  :cry:  A few seasons back they went on a pre-season trip to my country and I went to both matches which was great. I met my big hero Mickey Gray as well which I still have very fond memories off. When I'm back in the NE in a few weeks time I'm gonna be at the last game of the season, the Stoke game at the SoL, for what already promises to be one big party and I cannot wait to see the Lads play again. And with us having scored in our last 20 games on the trot now I'm feeling optimistic that I will finally see a goal at the SoL  :lol:  I'm gonna sign up for a season ticket next season and I would luv it to be a Premiership one of that.

Danish footie isn't that exciting I'm afraid. I watch our national team play of course but I'm far from being a regular to any local games.

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There was an article about me in the Legion of Light at the end of last season about my trip to the West Brom game.

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