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ExileSteve

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Re: Football
« Reply #225 on: 17:16:31, 26/11/21 »
Now there’s a surprise!


On FakeBook there is a group devoted to English football in the 1980s, whose members include quite a few former players from that era. One of them posted a piece yesterday questioning the events of this week and wondering why players collapsing through cardiac arrest and similar problems has turned from something that was previously almost unheard of into a tidal wave. Naturally, people started responding with references to the fake “vaccines” and, within ten minutes or so, FakeBook pulled the discussion down.


I sent a PM to the gentleman who put the piece online and told him about my own experience with the Special Medicine. He replied that it is entirely consistent with other information he has been receiving; he has contacts in the present day professional game and, it appears, the problem is far deeper and more widespread than the media are reporting.


Once again, now there’s a surprise!

lozflan

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Re: Football
« Reply #226 on: 13:47:11, 04/12/21 »
Half time at Buxton v Morecambe. Baxton as Beeb say down 1-0
Rain and wind obliterating much of the camera work,on BBC1.
Politicians and nappies must be changed often,and for the same reason

lozflan

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Re: Football
« Reply #227 on: 14:42:17, 04/12/21 »
And so it ended,imo Morecambe controled the ball better in windy conditions.
Politicians and nappies must be changed often,and for the same reason

ExileSteve

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Re: Football
« Reply #228 on: 22:05:16, 04/12/21 »
Culdrose Reserves 2, Penzance Reserves 11.




The cameras were not there; I can only suppose their SatNav let them down…….


 

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