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 Post subject: Re: World Cup memories.
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My favourite player Toni Kroos

At half time the chat was, What happens next.

I forecast Toni Kroos would win it for Germany.

One lad jumped on that and had an in play bet.

I meant by performance, not by scoring a goal.

Still if a wrong message wins a few notes its happy days.


I thought he was poor overall. Looks to me like he's hitting Cesc Fabregas levels of defensive work. They seem to have big holes in that central midfield - Kroos looks like he needs a Casemiro in behind him

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 Post subject: Re: World Cup memories.
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Magic, a lot of World Cup memories for me now. I found South Africa a bit disappointing but Russia has more than made up for it.

Scariest experience was when Kieran from Bury decided to latch on to our table on the train to Nizhny. I was sort of hoping the Russian police would chuck him off the train, they had to come round twice to quieten him down.

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Magic, a lot of World Cup memories for me now. I found South Africa a bit disappointing but Russia has more than made up for it.

Scariest experience was when Kieran from Bury decided to latch on to our table on the train to Nizhny. I was sort of hoping the Russian police would chuck him off the train, they had to come round twice to quieten him down.


The Russians are putting on a great show. Their ability to "control" their nationalistic/hooligan elements, and use a velvet glove when needed, is indeed impressive. Fair play to them. So far excellent.

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Magic, a lot of World Cup memories for me now. I found South Africa a bit disappointing but Russia has more than made up for it.

Scariest experience was when Kieran from Bury decided to latch on to our table on the train to Nizhny. I was sort of hoping the Russian police would chuck him off the train, they had to come round twice to quieten him down.


The Russians are putting on a great show. Their ability to "control" their nationalistic/hooligan elements, and use a velvet glove when needed, is indeed impressive. Fair play to them. So far excellent.


Yes, I am also disgusted how the Russians have implemented standard anti hooligan policies used elsewhere in Europe. The media had got me all excited at the prospect of anti-semitic Cossack hordes descending on harmless LGBLTQ crowds just trying to harmless fun.

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Magic, a lot of World Cup memories for me now. I found South Africa a bit disappointing but Russia has more than made up for it.

Scariest experience was when Kieran from Bury decided to latch on to our table on the train to Nizhny. I was sort of hoping the Russian police would chuck him off the train, they had to come round twice to quieten him down.


The Russians are putting on a great show. Their ability to "control" their nationalistic/hooligan elements, and use a velvet glove when needed, is indeed impressive. Fair play to them. So far excellent.


Yes, I am also disgusted how the Russians have implemented standard anti hooligan policies used elsewhere in Europe. The media had got me all excited at the prospect of anti-semitic Cossack hordes descending on harmless LGBLTQ crowds just trying to harmless fun.


There we have to differ. Some serious threats to life limb and family must have been used. Normal measures ? Nahhhhh...... But saying that good on them. Just wish we had the bottle to tackle what needs to be tackled in tis country.

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I suppose the Russians could implement Israeli crowd control methods and just gun people down, but then the Russians aren't animals.

I notice how upset the usual suspects are about how well the World Cup has gone, beautiful.

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THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
I suppose the Russians could implement Israeli crowd control methods and just gun people down, but then the Russians aren't animals.

I notice how upset the usual suspects are about how well the World Cup has gone, beautiful.


Still time BBW :lol: One thing's for sure, Vlad won't allow England to win the thing :wink:

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THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
I suppose the Russians could implement Israeli crowd control methods and just gun people down, but then the Russians aren't animals.

I notice how upset the usual suspects are about how well the World Cup has gone, beautiful.


Yowm proper 'New' socialist Labour ay ya.

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knocker knowles wrote:
My favourite player Toni Kroos

At half time the chat was, What happens next.

I forecast Toni Kroos would win it for Germany.

One lad jumped on that and had an in play bet.

I meant by performance, not by scoring a goal.

Still if a wrong message wins a few notes its happy days.


I thought he was poor overall. Looks to me like he's hitting Cesc Fabregas levels of defensive work. They seem to have big holes in that central midfield - Kroos looks like he needs a Casemiro in behind him


True, the Germans never quite got their spacing right unusual for a nation with a fixation for detail.

Its an area for concern for Wolves next season against more technical tactical teams with speed in their ranks.

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 Post subject: Re: World Cup memories.
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Madness England, Sweden, Croatia or Russia will play in the World Cup final

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Madness England, Sweden, Croatia or Russia will play in the World Cup final


Nock-out football, anything could happen, Colombia pushed the boundaries with their cynical cheating antics but England came out on top. Fuck em.

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Have to fancy us to make the final now. Can't believe we won on penalties!

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I hope we don't end up like Turnips again.

I Though Kane, Trippier , Maguire and Pickford were immense for England last night.
Harry Kane is a 'proper' centre forward with the same old culprits underperforming. Not a time for moaning though, just basking in the glory of it all

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I like the fact that anyone who's not English seemingly want us to lose. Maybe a good thing that the Russian thugs put off the usual hordes from travelling to Russia, as we've had no media spotlight.

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I hope we don't end up like Turnips again.

I Though Kane, Trippier , Maguire and Pickford were immense for England last night.
Harry Kane is a 'proper' centre forward with the same old culprits underperforming. Not a time for moaning though, just basking in the glory of it all


I remember advocating we sign Trippier when he was at Burnley, think he is ahead of Walker now. Alli still not showed up yet, just never seen the fuss with him, prefer Eriksson. Still think Brazil or France will steamroll us in the final, but it would be nice to make one. Scouting for tickets to go.

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THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
CRADLEY DAVE wrote:
I hope we don't end up like Turnips again.

I Though Kane, Trippier , Maguire and Pickford were immense for England last night.
Harry Kane is a 'proper' centre forward with the same old culprits underperforming. Not a time for moaning though, just basking in the glory of it all


I remember advocating we sign Trippier when he was at Burnley, think he is ahead of Walker now. Alli still not showed up yet, just never seen the fuss with him, prefer Eriksson. Still think Brazil or France will steamroll us in the final, but it would be nice to make one. Scouting for tickets to go.


IF we get to the final, we'll take our chances. Looking ahead, if we got there, would we be the most unpopular of finalists BBW, or do many Russians have a love for English football and the EPL?

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The world and its dog currently raves over Jordan Pickford, against Sweden he will probably throw one in his own net.

Such is the modern day football hero, easily built up easily blown away.

one nil to whoever does the basics right.

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The world and its dog currently raves over Jordan Pickford, against Sweden he will probably throw one in his own net.

Such is the modern day football hero, easily built up easily blown away.

one nil to whoever does the basics right.


He's a lot like our Ruddy. Great in flashes, ordinary for the majority of the time.

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The world and its dog currently raves over Jordan Pickford, against Sweden he will probably throw one in his own net.

Such is the modern day football hero, easily built up easily blown away.

one nil to whoever does the basics right.


He's a lot like our Ruddy. Great in flashes, ordinary for the majority of the time.



I like Ruddy and hope he plays against Everton.

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The world and its dog currently raves over Jordan Pickford, against Sweden he will probably throw one in his own net.

Such is the modern day football hero, easily built up easily blown away.

one nil to whoever does the basics right.


He's a lot like our Ruddy. Great in flashes, ordinary for the majority of the time.



I like Ruddy and hope he plays against Everton.


He's OK.

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The world and its dog currently raves over Jordan Pickford, against Sweden he will probably throw one in his own net.

Such is the modern day football hero, easily built up easily blown away.

one nil to whoever does the basics right.


He's a lot like our Ruddy. Great in flashes, ordinary for the majority of the time.



I like Ruddy and hope he plays against Everton.


I'll be amazed if we've signed the Portuguese No.1 and have him sat on the bench. Guess we'll get a good idea on the side that will start against Everton, following the friendlies in Switzerland.

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THE BIG BAD WOLF wrote:
CRADLEY DAVE wrote:
I hope we don't end up like Turnips again.

I Though Kane, Trippier , Maguire and Pickford were immense for England last night.
Harry Kane is a 'proper' centre forward with the same old culprits underperforming. Not a time for moaning though, just basking in the glory of it all


I remember advocating we sign Trippier when he was at Burnley, think he is ahead of Walker now. Alli still not showed up yet, just never seen the fuss with him, prefer Eriksson. Still think Brazil or France will steamroll us in the final, but it would be nice to make one. Scouting for tickets to go.


IF we get to the final, we'll take our chances. Looking ahead, if we got there, would we be the most unpopular of finalists BBW, or do many Russians have a love for English football and the EPL?


Contrary to what the media and politicians tell you English people and culture are very popular in Russia. Quite a few Vatniks in England garb in Nizhny.

Interestingly the Croation players decided to make this video.

https://twitter.com/27khv/status/1015869299830022145

As long as the England team and fans continue to say all the right things it will like a home game on Wednesday. MI6 can continue poisoning people around Salisbury all they want.

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Contrary to what the media and politicians tell you English people and culture are very popular in Russia. Quite a few Vatniks in England garb in Nizhny.

Interestingly the Croation players decided to make this video.

https://twitter.com/27khv/status/1015869299830022145

As long as the England team and fans continue to say all the right things it will like a home game on Wednesday. MI6 can continue poisoning people around Salisbury all they want.


Interesting... I guess it helps that a smaller English support have been well behaved and respectful of their hosts.

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Mi6 poisoning folk :lol: , Christ help the bloke who had to risk assess that before passing it on for authorisation :lol:
People who work for Mi6 go shopping, they have kids, they need an MOT, they have school plays, swimming lessons, ballet classes for the precocious one, lawns to cut and occasionally think fuck it just go and get some chips.
Poisoning their own citizens, :lol: :roll:

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Mi6 poisoning folk :lol: , Christ help the bloke who had to risk assess that before passing it on for authorisation :lol:
People who work for Mi6 go shopping, they have kids, they need an MOT, they have school plays, swimming lessons, ballet classes for the precocious one, lawns to cut and occasionally think fuck it just go and get some chips.
Poisoning their own citizens, :lol: :roll:


Who can forget that chemical weapons attack we were assured by the government, the media and the spooks had happened in Syria that nearly caused WWIII.

http://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semp ... ative.html

Never actually happened. Whenever a claimed chemical weapons attack happened in Syria up would pop disinformation agent Hamish de Bretton-Gordon, Chemical Hamish has been all over the media pumping Salisbury. MI6 is like any other public sector group, they are always lobbying for more money and more power, difference is the extent they will go to do so.

https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Hamish_de_Bretton-Gordon

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Mi6 poisoning folk :lol: , Christ help the bloke who had to risk assess that before passing it on for authorisation :lol:
People who work for Mi6 go shopping, they have kids, they need an MOT, they have school plays, swimming lessons, ballet classes for the precocious one, lawns to cut and occasionally think fuck it just go and get some chips.
Poisoning their own citizens, :lol: :roll:


Who can forget that chemical weapons attack we were assured by the government, the media and the spooks had happened in Syria that nearly caused WWIII.

http://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semp ... ative.html

Never actually happened. Whenever a claimed chemical weapons attack happened in Syria up would pop disinformation agent Hamish de Bretton-Gordon, Chemical Hamish has been all over the media pumping Salisbury. MI6 is like any other public sector group, they are always lobbying for more money and more power, difference is the extent they will go to do so.

https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Hamish_de_Bretton-Gordon


We have a murder investigation now, lets see how far it goes eh, I doubt many Mi6 fellows are on the suspects board. Mind how you go :roll:

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Mi6 poisoning folk :lol: , Christ help the bloke who had to risk assess that before passing it on for authorisation :lol:
People who work for Mi6 go shopping, they have kids, they need an MOT, they have school plays, swimming lessons, ballet classes for the precocious one, lawns to cut and occasionally think fuck it just go and get some chips.
Poisoning their own citizens, :lol: :roll:


Who can forget that chemical weapons attack we were assured by the government, the media and the spooks had happened in Syria that nearly caused WWIII.

http://turcopolier.typepad.com/sic_semp ... ative.html

Never actually happened. Whenever a claimed chemical weapons attack happened in Syria up would pop disinformation agent Hamish de Bretton-Gordon, Chemical Hamish has been all over the media pumping Salisbury. MI6 is like any other public sector group, they are always lobbying for more money and more power, difference is the extent they will go to do so.

https://wikispooks.com/wiki/Hamish_de_Bretton-Gordon


We have a murder investigation now, lets see how far it goes eh, I doubt many Mi6 fellows are on the suspects board. Mind how you go :roll:


The boy's a silly billy.

In popular fiction Western agencies may do such things. In reality, the guys told to do it would tell their boss to fuck right off.

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Arr, or goo off sick, or claim they are being bullied because none of their colleagues were asked to murder someone in the last pay period. Tis the way of real things.

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Yes investigation first, then verdict and then sentence. I wonder why the usual suspects suggest the reverse process.

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I was fine with losing to Belgium in the final but I don't think I couldn't handle losing to France. We better go win this thing now.

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