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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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« 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.
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lozflan

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« Reply #227 on: 14:42:17, 04/12/21 »
And so it ended,imo Morecambe controled the ball better in windy conditions.
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ExileSteve

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« 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…….

lozflan

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« Reply #229 on: 19:47:33, 02/03/22 »
BLM a thunder of knees hit the turf, Ukraine invaded[oh I forgot,just manouvres] a solitary yellow arm band would have been nice.
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« Reply #230 on: 07:31:44, 05/05/22 »
City crumbled to let Madrid steal the game,letting in 3 goals in the last 10 minutes. Why did Pep take Mahrez off?.
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« Reply #231 on: 16:20:48, 05/05/22 »
BLM a thunder of knees hit the turf, Ukraine invaded[oh I forgot,just manouvres] a solitary yellow arm band would have been nice.


Yellow armbands? Why?


The best way to assist the civilian population of Ukraine is to pray that Russia’s military operations succeed, and that the foul Zelensky regime is overthrown and its leader’s head is delivered on a plate to Moscow. Members of the Azov Brigade have been surrendering in the face of overwhelming Russian military might just lately, making them the first Nazi prisoners of war to be taken since 1945. We are being gaslighted yet again over the issue of the deliberately engineered (by the West) conflict in a corner of Eastern Europe that your average virtue signaller is most likely unable to even locate on a map.


And while we’re on the subject of war, how is it that the virtue signallers have somehow failed to notice the carnage unfolding in Yemen, where close to 300,000 civilians have already perished and where the venal and corrupt UK Government is so heavily enmeshed that it might just as well put troops on the ground, if we still had any? I think we can guess the answer to that one, can’t we? The Globalist ‘elite’ don’t have any bio-weapon laboratories in Yemen, and they aren’t laundering their stolen money and their child pornography through Sana’a. Silly me for even wondering about it!

lozflan

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Re: Football
« Reply #232 on: 09:14:06, 06/05/22 »
Jaw Jaw not War War.  Winston.
If you turn to violence,you have lost the argument. [anon?]
Sorry,my comments shouldn't be in sport.
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St Chads Lad

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« Reply #233 on: 09:51:50, 06/05/22 »
Rangers into the final of the Europa League and a heroic effort from the team that have defeated the likes of Dortmund, Red Star and Braga and Leipzig, teams with much bigger spending power than the Gers, Lothar Matthaus called us 'second rate after we beat Dortmund  :o , hope they can finish the job against Frankfurt on the 18th May in Seville, it's a great achievement.
  Ibrox was rocking last night, better check that the roof is still there.
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« Reply #234 on: 13:06:25, 06/05/22 »
Jaw Jaw not War War.  Winston.
If you turn to violence,you have lost the argument. [anon?]
Sorry,my comments shouldn't be in sport.


Agree with Winston O0
All that's necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing

ExileSteve

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« Reply #235 on: 16:54:58, 12/05/22 »
Tell you what, the Rags really need to up their game quite a lot in their two remaining fixtures if they are to secure that coveted spot in the Europa League. Otherwise it’s a long and very pointless venture into the Donald Duck Conference Vase, or whatever it’s called, next season.


I’m sure the players they wish to sign during the summer will be tempted by the prospect on Thursday evenings in Azerbaijan battling it out with a team of farm labourers and factory hands. Or a trip to Latvia to play a pub team, maybe?


“Glory, Glory Man United” and all the rest of it. Those days seem so long ago now, don’t they?

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« Reply #236 on: 17:01:30, 12/05/22 »
There’s a very slim chance that Liverpool or either city could end up with winning none of the major trophies this season , don’t put money On it though  ;)

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« Reply #237 on: 19:09:20, 14/05/22 »
There’s a very slim chance that Liverpool or either city could end up with winning none of the major trophies this season , don’t put money On it though  ;)




Liverpool have already taken the League Cup home with them this year, after City graciously allowed the Dippers to borrow it for twelve months. And City need another four points, or else we will end up plotless in a couple of weeks time….

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« Reply #238 on: 18:11:16, 15/05/22 »
Women’s fa cup final at Wembley today apparently drew 49,000 + fans in , I hope the said fans were charged the same as the Liverpool v Chelsea men’s fa cup final yesterday ,

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