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I am not sure how is it in England / UK, but in part of my global region... Gareth Southgate is regarded as good as Jurgen Klopp.

The news, the media... It's all about the route of England to final already.

Example (I am not changing even a single word of these...):

England are looking to win their second World Cup title at the Nov. 20-Dec. 18 tournament in Qatar. Here is what you need to know about their route to the final
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+ WHO COULD ENGLAND FACE IN THE FINAL?

* If England go all the way to the final they could potentially find themselves taking on Brazil if, as expected, the five-times winners top Group G.


- https://www.channelnewsasia.com/sport/world-cup-2022-englands-route-final-explained-3117651



The way it is shaping up, if England win it they are probably doing so by facing the best teams in the world - going through AFCON winners, then likely France, then likely Spain or Portugal, and then likely Brazil, Argentina, or Holland in the final, if they win that it's by being the best no fluke run.

But at the same time that makes it incredibly remiss to just assume they have a march on the final - England will have to do really well to get to the final, better than they have been.

And as good as Klopp, I mean that's patently ridiculous. Gareth Southgate isnt even on the same planet as Klopp
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Why does it belong in the Tory thread?  They certainly wont do anything to fix the current situation.  With Labour the favourites to win the next GE, they will likely have the opportunity to change it - it'll be interesting to see if they have the balls to do so.....

Good point.

But illustrates the huge amount of shite that Labour will get for everything caused by the Tories :(

Had an argument last night with a good mate blaming everything that's happening on Starmer.

It's actually unreal. He's a Corbyn guy but thinks that Labour have caused all the problems.

WTAF.
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News and Current Affairs / Re: Labour Thread
« Last post by Red-Soldier on Today at 09:48:16 am »

Probably belongs in the Tory thread, but thanks for posting.

Utilities are obviously going to be better owned by Countries . Only c*nts could think otherwise. It's a shame that Politicians can't be tried as traitors and jailed for life.

How can they get away with the shit they do to actually betray their country?

Why does it belong in the Tory thread?  They certainly wont do anything to fix the current situation.  With Labour the favourites to win the next GE, they will likely have the opportunity to change it - it'll be interesting to see if they have the balls to do so.....

I don't think there has ever been a stronger case for renationalising our utilities, particularly water and energy.
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+ WHO COULD ENGLAND FACE IN THE FINAL?

* If England go all the way to the final they could potentially find themselves taking on Brazil if, as expected, the five-times winners top Group G. [/i]


Surprised they’re even bothering to have the final to be honest, might as well hand over the trophy now.
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General Football and Sport / Re: The England Cricket Thread - 2022
« Last post by Circa1892 on Today at 09:48:05 am »
If you’re a bowler and care about stats, this tour is probably one where you want a bad back.

Could it be the first time Broad is chuffed about not being picked…
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News and Current Affairs / Re: The Tories. Smelly bellends.
« Last post by Stockholm Syndrome on Today at 09:43:02 am »
Seriously though, how do we change that perception?

Those people die, we spend money to give these hopeless left behind places some more opportunities, and hopefully their children are better and more culturally aware.

That's it really, the deeply entrenched racists and homophobes the only way they stop being that is time takes them, and hopefully that mindset is superceded by acts from wider society making the next generation more and more aware
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These are the actions we need in order to transform this country - the question is, will Labour be brave enough to do it?

England’s water can be renationalised without compensation, activists say

Campaigners cite previous court rulings against shareholders, such as in the case of Northern Rock bank


https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2022/dec/02/water-renationalised-without-compensation-activists-shareholders-england


Probably belongs in the Tory thread, but thanks for posting.

Utilities are obviously going to be better owned by Countries . Only c*nts could think otherwise. It's a shame that Politicians can't be tried as traitors and jailed for life.

How can they get away with the shit they do to actually betray their country?
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Martin Keown is really rubbish as a co commentator. That lady on BBC keeps getting lumbered with him & his utter waffle.

She's not great herself
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Hoping for Brazil to win.

got them in my work's sweep.
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News and Current Affairs / Re: The Tories. Smelly bellends.
« Last post by Kenny's Jacket on Today at 09:36:39 am »
Blimey!

If I lived in one of the million pound detached residences with their own orchard and external granny flat in Chester I can understand them voting Tory.

But inner City Liverpool. Utterly weird but this is the City that used to have Protestant Party Councillors so this Tory support may be a residue of that theme.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liverpool_Protestant_Party

Never heard pf them before Howie, like an olden day ERG. 
Popular in Kirkdale, blue nose bastards
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