Coronavirus: Football Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Bluemoon forum' started by berryblue, 9 Mar 2020.

  1. deafmanstevo

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    Yes I agree, i dont think football should start, it is not essential.
    But if for some reason it does, I wont be livid I wont cry and I certainly won't be done with football as some have stated.
    I just think there are more deserving things to get livid about or to cry about.
    Just take care you and your son and the rest of your family.ok
     
  2. waspish

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    Yep If champions league starts up they will just put Madrid though without a second thought.
     
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  3. deafmanstevo

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    Ok no probs
     

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  4. deafmanstevo

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    Yes I have to work , I take my mum and dad essentials as they are old and need help, I leave it at the door dont need to watch football at a mates , got a TV , beer and food at home thanks.
    I've been called a twat and a fucking moron off 2 people, my wife loves you both !!!!
     
  5. Jogon 127

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    It’s utterly embarrassing the lengths that the PL are going to, having said that there does exist a price for a life whether we like it or not. Disgusting and ugly maybe but it’s there for all to see.

    This is why the enthusiasm for ‘Project Restart’ is there, it comes down partly to greed but also the likely carnage if football gets brought down (of sorts) by all this.

    Let’s not forget footballers have a huge sense of entitlement too and they aren’t the sharpest tools in the box, which in the current climate isn’t a good mix.
     
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  6. Neil H

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    My dad passed away last year and my mums in a care home now with dementia. I can wave to her from the end of the gardens to where she is on the second floor of the home. That's the only contact but yet it's ok for footballers to now play a contact sport. Do you know how I feel about it?
     
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  7. mosssideblue

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    Are you and your son draining scarce resources needed elsewhere for you to work?
     
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  8. karen7

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    Are you playing a contact sport in loads of spit and snot?
     
  9. peace frog

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    don't know what you do for a living,but maybe its something that needs people to work,
     
  10. denislawsbackheel

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    With ignorance like this around, despite the message being repeated daily, we have no chance of getting through this soon.
     
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