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#1 fradista

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Posted 07 April 2008 - 08:59 PM

I just wanted say ‘hey.’ My name is Dan and I live in Sacramento. I got into soccer about 5 years ago when I lived in Budapest, Hungary. I went to my first game there and saw Ferencváros vs. Stuttgart in the UEFA cup and have been hooked ever since. I bought season tickets for Ferencváros that year and loved it. I have not gotten into MLS yet but follow the USMNT. My brother lives in LA and I took him to the Gold Cup at Home Depot. That got him into soccer and has been going to Galaxy games with you guys since. He has made me a Galaxy fan and I am going to fly down for a couple games this year.

Hope to meet some of you guys and buy you a beer.

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Posted 07 April 2008 - 09:04 PM

Just let us know ahead of time when you come down. 1 beer's on me.
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Posted 07 April 2008 - 09:20 PM

I just wanted say ‘hey.’ My name is Dan and I live in Sacramento. I got into soccer about 5 years ago when I lived in Budapest, Hungary. I went to my first game there and saw Ferencváros vs. Stuttgart in the UEFA cup and have been hooked ever since. I bought season tickets for Ferencváros that year and loved it. I have not gotten into MLS yet but follow the USMNT. My brother lives in LA and I took him to the Gold Cup at Home Depot. That got him into soccer and has been going to Galaxy games with you guys since. He has made me a Galaxy fan and I am going to fly down for a couple games this year.

Hope to meet some of you guys and buy you a beer.

:cheers:

Hey Dan!
Welcome to LARS. I went to High School up in Sac, well El Dorado Hills really. Wherabouts are you at?

Next time you arehere for a game, be sure to introduce yourself to the bald white guy with a goatee...it's a 33.33% chance it's me. The other bald guys are cool too.
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Posted 07 April 2008 - 09:45 PM

Hajrá Fradi!!

Hey bro.

You guys can ultimately blame him for my forum spam.

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Posted 07 April 2008 - 11:06 PM

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Posted 07 April 2008 - 11:51 PM

Hey Dan!
Welcome to LARS. I went to High School up in Sac, well El Dorado Hills really. Wherabouts are you at?

Next time you arehere for a game, be sure to introduce yourself to the bald white guy with a goatee...it's a 33.33% chance it's me. The other bald guys are cool too.



I live off Watt and Folsom. I have some friends who live in EDH. Nice area.

I am also a fellow goateed bald white guy. The hair line was starting to go so I figured I would go bald on my own terms, so I shaved it.

I will be there for Chivas on Saturday the 26th. I am really looking forward to it.

And by the way, the Chivas Girls blow-up dolls must have been the coolest thing I have ever seen. I just saw that on youtube the other day and I laughed my ass off. Nothing shows a quality supporters group like synchronized blow-up doll leg clapping.

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Posted 07 April 2008 - 11:57 PM

I live off Watt and Folsom.


Ha ha! That's by 'Manlove'!
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Posted 08 April 2008 - 12:11 AM

Ha ha! That's by 'Manlove'!


I will open myself up to all sorts of criticism here, but I actually live on Manlove. Yes, I ride Manlove every day. I find it much funnier than my wife does.

I actually just hung out in EDH last weekend, went to the Purple Place. Fun bar.

I am fairly new to Sacramento, do you know any good bars to watch games around here?

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Posted 08 April 2008 - 12:26 AM

I will open myself up to all sorts of criticism here, but I actually live on Manlove. Yes, I ride Manlove every day. I find it much funnier than my wife does.

I actually just hung out in EDH last weekend, went to the Purple Place. Fun bar.

I am fairly new to Sacramento, do you know any good bars to watch games around here?

That's awesome.
I can't believe the fucking Purple Place is still around. I was way too young to drink when I lived there. I bet Mack "the hack" is still butchering men and boy's haircuts there, too.

You should hook up with "Phishy Brewer"...he lives up in Sac, too. (Best of all, he's a beer brewer!!!!!!!) Downside is he's a big Man U fan.


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