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Elephant in the room? #1662460
18/12/2022 23:34
18/12/2022 23:34
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Auld Reekie
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Auld Reekie
The World Cup!

Astonishing no-one has mentioned it at all shocked

To think the whole event was staged in booze-free stadia (ok, you can go to other licensed premises) where zillions of far-travelled supporters seemed to have displayed exemplary behaviour as well as fantastic support, is a great example of what-can-be for future tournaments.

Lots of goals, legends, new nation-heroes and a nail-biting finale with a fitting end to a possible G-O-A-T's career (though it's just been said that it may not be after all laugh ) made this a cracker.

Yes there were darker undertones - even in the closing ceremony it was very interesting to note the French President being serially ignored by the participants - and was it a mistake to hold it there in the first place? Debate....

BumbleBee back:)
Re: Elephant in the room? [Re: Edinburgh] #1662462
19/12/2022 10:15
19/12/2022 10:15
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Even the so called pundits were amazed and not talking too much Shlte they were stunned. What an incredible final, even my wife who is not interested at all in football was hooked. Aye even I was lost for words.. shocked

I'm an old git & happy with it,most of the time

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