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 on: Yesterday at 12:17:47 PM 
Started by Spidoolie - Last post by Spidoolie
Nil Nil draw


Quote from the New York Times

"Thousands of Russian troops may soon be surrounded in Kherson but the president has rejected calls from generals there to stage an orderly withdrawal". Unquote.

FFS does Putin not remember Stalingrad where Hitler would not allow General Paulus to make and organised and disciplined retreat before they were encircled and either killed or taken prisoner.

Putin is taking more and more direct control of the Russian forces. With that and other aspects of the situation in Ukraine I and I guess others are seeing many similarities between him and that other despot Hitler.





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 on: Yesterday at 10:50:53 AM 
Started by headset - Last post by Ben G
Shankly
Clough
Paisley
Fergie
Stein
Busby
Revie


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 on: Yesterday at 09:11:51 AM 
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Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury's showdown WON'T be signed on Monday, insists Eddie Hearn, as he tells Gypsy King 'if you want to walk away, off you go' - after AJ got 48-hour ultimatum by rival


it is not going happen this one is it - until they are pretty much both old and washed up - probably titled when it happens as one last payday..


i want to see them scrap in their prime - get it on whichever one is pissing about - to coin a Fury prase - shithouse!


if not they should do it for free and put it on mainstream tv the bbc - if they are going to do it further down the line as two washed-up fighters and prove it's all about the pound note.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/boxing/article-11247021/Eddie-Hearn-warns-Tyson-Fury-NO-CHANCE-Anthony-Joshua-fight-signed-Monday.html#comments

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 on: Yesterday at 09:02:45 AM 
Started by headset - Last post by headset



I'm going to give you that one! :like:

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 on: Yesterday at 09:01:14 AM 
Started by headset - Last post by headset
fair play to Neville on this one - despite his attachment to Beckham who is all over the Qatar World Cup in the search for some 'dirty money' and it is dirty money he will be getting.

this needing highlighting its just a shame the English team and Southgate along with the Fa refused to go to this world cup - along with other nations it must be said who are 'cashing in'


a decent read but also a bit eye opener on how a backward country run still operates and treats its workforce.


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-11246887/Gary-Neville-laments-STAGGERING-living-conditions-World-Cup-workers-Qatar.html

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 on: Yesterday at 08:43:41 AM 
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at historic state funeral will be flown back to Iraq to combat ISIS extremists
The eight soldiers from the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards were flown back from operational service in Iraq


well done to them pallbearers who did an explicit job and now back to a very dangerous day job back on the frontline.

Real Heros and like with all servicemen and women do a great and respected job in keeping this and other countries as safe as possible.

Well done boys and stay safe.

God Save The King.




:ukfist:


https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11246839/Hero-pallbearers-carried-Queens-coffin-funeral-Iraq-combat-ISIS-extremists.html

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 on: Yesterday at 07:59:38 AM 
Started by headset - Last post by headset
i happen to agree with him - he has progressed us tournament wise so is in credit with me plus its a tad late in the day for change i would say.

you always hear the normal talk about no easy games from pundits players past and present the media etc but we should qualify from our group without a problem.


its semis for me in Qatar or Southgate needs to walk of face the bullet.

now I was listening to talksport yesterday afternoon and the talk from the callers was Thomas Tuchell would be a good replacement at such short notice - I would go with that should it go very wrong against the germans and Southgate di walk etc.


i say that but do prefer an Englishman in charge of the national team  i hope  its Southgate still leading us out to Qatar as manager in November


https://www.skysports.com/football/news/12016/12704897/gareth-southgate-insists-he-is-right-person-to-lead-england-to-world-cup-in-qatar



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 on: Yesterday at 07:39:03 AM 
Started by Pigeon droppings - Last post by headset
yes very naughty and certainly not in the spirit of the game - it goes to show the women in sport can be as dirty as the men at times...

once it starts it doesn't stop ..

i know this is cricket but it won't be long before we see the lasses rolling about and diving and cheating in football as the profile grows and the money starts to pour in  - should that side of things happen



you want finishes in cricket like that England/ New Zealand men's game stokes final - not like we witnessed yesterday by the Indian ladies.


https://www.skysports.com/cricket/news/31996/12704576/england-vs-india-tourists-seal-odi-series-sweep-after-charlie-dean-dismissed-in-controversial-mankad-finish

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 on: Yesterday at 07:30:53 AM 
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BELL DASH Jude Bellingham available for 83million CASH as Man City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Man Utd scrap for cut-price transfer


given the prices of footballers these days as mad as this sounds thats not a bad price for him.


i would not, however, like to see him at City - for competitive purposes - I don't want to see our premier league which i enjoy watching turning into leagues abroad with 1 or 2 winners only.

I don't mind a team dominating things providing its a race and not a walk over as such.

That's the good thing about the EFL championship its always tasty around the top 6 entries maybe not so much the top 2 these days though - that has to be said


https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/19910898/jude-bellingham-transfer-cash-dortmund/

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 on: Yesterday at 07:19:59 AM 
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to avoid using floodlights amid fears matchday revenue will take hit

I'm in favour of that - i ain't keen on early kick-offs and despite the fact i pay up front with a S/C at Boro i would pick and choose any early kick offs and not many would appeal to me.

if it carried forward into next season i would throw the S/C in as well

football is about 3 pm kick-offs in general  and the banter before and after ..., not 1pm starts


that said i wouldn't like to see clubs fold - so if it needs to happen it needs to happen - I just unfortunatley would not support it with my wallet...


like i wouldn't go boozing if pubs said opening times are 6am til noon then they shut...

i say that before someone says I'm not a true boro supporter then UTB  monkey


https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/19910456/efl-game-times-move-floodlights/

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