User talk:Sud Rugby
Reference Errors on 17 July
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Hi there, I've reverted a few of your changes. I'm not sure this link is trustworthy. For example, according to this article, Ben McCalman's talks are still ongoing. Also, a few other sources are linking Jono Lance with a move to the Force, but none are saying it's been completed, so I commented those out. As soon as there's a second source backing it up, like this article re Mogg and Coleman, it can be added back in. Thanks, TheMightyPeanut (talk) 22:22, 7 May 2015 (UTC)
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