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wickesy
10-22-2007, 01:12 PM
I'm starting to get really excited about this game now. As many of you know Miami Dolphins are one of the teams playing the first regular NFL season game outside of the US at Wembley Stadium this Sunday. :cool1:

I was one of the lucky ones to get tickets and I'm looking forward to a great day out even though the Dolphins have played 7, lost 7 this season and it looks like one of our star players could be out for the season thanks to injury.

Even if you're not a fan of American Football spur the Dolphins on this Sunday from 5 p.m. and let's see what the power of positive thought can do - how fantastic would it be for the Dolphins to get their first win of the season at Wembley! :yay:

florida sun
10-23-2007, 02:00 PM
Have a great time David:thumbsup2

Tiziminchac
10-24-2007, 12:18 AM
Wow! A Dolphin fan way over there! I live in Dolphin country here. That's all I ever hear about. Unfortunately, I'm a Buccaneer fan. But the Dolphins have always been my second favorite team and I hope they win one. Especially against the hated N.Y. Giants! I hear Miami has lost Ronnie Brown for the season so it's gonna be a tough game for them.

I hope you have fun and I'll look for you in the crowd while I watch the game! ;)

natalielongstaff
10-24-2007, 01:49 AM
my brother will be going to the game as well :thumbsup2

go dolphins :woohoo:

Tron[ADS]
10-25-2007, 12:18 AM
I tried to get tickets but was unsuccessful....but then im kind of glad, as they turned out to be really expensive.

I'm not particularly a fan of either team, but I wanted to add my support to the event, in the hope that will be repeated with different teams (ie the Packers).

Miami though are truly dreadful this season....I wouldnt be surprised if they finish 0 and 16 !

Sky Sports are kind of annoying me, this game has had no trouble selling tickets, yet Sky seem to feel the need promote it by showing the Miami games every single week, at the obvious expense of not showing other teams.