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Kid Dynamite

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  1. 3 minutes ago, Ayatollah Hermione said:

    Mind, Schar hasn’t done himself any favours there :lol: 

    I dunno, he showed him the line and expected the keeper to cover his near post.


    Thats the kid we were linked with in the Summer btw 

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  2. 21 hours ago, PaddockLad said:

    That’s spot on like. It’s bollocks to suggest that there’s been some sort of unbroken thread from the sides who won  3 out of 5 58-70 

    For all the 2002 Brazil team won the World Cup with Ronaldo, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho, they still had absolute shite like Kléberson and Roque Junior starting for them. 

    Take Neymar out of their current team and Raphina, Richarlison, Antony, Jesus and Martinelli are a big drop off in quality up front, and a far cry from their golden eras 

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  3. The Kuol signing kind of flew under the radar a bit and I expected him to start in the U23s when he joined. But given the kid has been getting minutes in the WC and looks half decent I wouldn't be surprised to see him in and around the match day squads for the second half of the season. And with Isak coming back too I'd imagine Wood's days are numbered after this season

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  4. 38 minutes ago, Rubicon said:


    Never said that there was 12 teams better than England, just think that there are at least 12 teams that I wouldn't be confident England beating.


    Germany have gone out, but nobody could be so sure that we'd actually beat them. 


    Denmark, Serbia, Uruguay - all gone out, but I'd never be confident that England could beat those sides in knockouts. England/Harry Kane couldn't score until 105 minutes against Denmark last year - why is it crazy to think that a teams like Serbia and Uruguay could beat England.


    Not so long ago Hungary thumped England 4-0... Fail to break down USA, and really labour a 3-0 win against Wales. 

    I mean, anyone can beat anyone by that logic. 

  5. 9 hours ago, Renton said:


    It costs about £300k to train a doctor in the UK. If they pass pass their exams and are "poached" by a richer country, is that morally acceptable? Maybe so, for the UK. But if it were not the UK, if it were a poor developing country where half the population is dire need of medical care, is it a moral issue then? I agree that it is actually.


    I misunderstood his post tbh. Assumed he meant it was morally wrong to take Doctors from countries with lesser educational systems (ie worse Doctors) 

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  6. On 22/11/2022 at 07:39, Ginolaandtonic said:

    I never understood why employing medical staff that have been trained in poorer countries was seen as morally acceptable

    Because they still need to pass exams in England/prove equivalency. And we don't have enough English Doctors to fill our vacant posts. 

    Not sure where "morals" come into it?

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