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9 minutes ago, TeaCider24 said:

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They are really getting desperate in their efforts to sell it.

Scummy ***.

Bloody hell - thats as transparently false as Laporta and co's efforts to sell the European Super League.

What's needed is for someone (the UN) to get serious about tackling corruption in the continent's leadership and creating initiatives / bootstrap programs to rebuild the countries' economies and infrastructure.

Maybe some military intervention as well to stamp out the ongoing civil wars.

Creating jobs and making those countries better places to live would stop the influx of refugees.

Having a World Cup every 2 years will do the square root of diddly squat. 🤦‍♂️

 

Just a shame there is no international organisation with the brains, balls or willpower to tackle the root causes of these problems.

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1 hour ago, AnglianRed said:

Just a shame there is no international organisation with the brains, balls or willpower to tackle the root causes of these problems.

Taking a look at organisations and leaders doesn't fill me with much optimism for the future whether it's Football and UEFA, FIFA our own FA and EFL or Trump, Biden, Boris, Putin or Xi Jinping.

People only interested in what they can personally get from the power, meanwhile stuff everything and everyone or just sheer bungling incompetence, and quite often both!

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26 minutes ago, Redcar Rioja said:

Taking a look at organisations and leaders doesn't fill me with much optimism for the future whether it's Football and UEFA, FIFA our own FA and EFL or Trump, Biden, Boris, Putin or Xi Jinping.  

Actually, I'm quite impressed with the levels of competence of some of our top footy managers compared to the dreadful people who are supposed to be running our country.  Personally, I'd be quite happy to have J Klopp or T Tuchel as Prime Minister.  But why would they ever want to do it...

In a previous life, I was once told by my Director that one way of defining a good manager was "someone who was skilful at getting his own way".   Hmm.   I suppose Xi Jinping and V Putin would fall into that category.

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