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Yeah seen her videos. What an annoying girl.
"I am very happy and it will allow me to have lot more rice."
Eoin Morgan on being given a rice cooker for being Man of the Match in a Dhaka Premier Division game.
Interesting age we live in where the law can suppress her name and image, and yet no one seems as interested in spreading those things as the girl herself.
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Nah I'm a DT loyalist. Tried SC along with DT for a few years but eventually decided I'd just solely do DT.
I understand the argument that SC uses champion data points in its scoring system and hence better overall players (rather than ball magnets) are more relevant (e.g. Judd over Priddis), but its quite random to follow. DT is predictable and consistent. Plus its the original
Nah, no interest in DT. SC man now.
Costello at it again today
I get the general point - that footballers are rough around the edges and, especially when in company of each other, sometimes take a rather primitive view of women. As such, Costello says, they shouldn't be held up as role models. But as a profession, they are hardly alone in this regard.
I'd actually argue that footballers themselves don't want to be seen as role models, and don't particularly enjoy school visits and operating outside their field of expertise. And surely the school visits are good for the kids - they get to meet famous people and have a kick of the footy. I'm not sure that the footballers necessarily try to impart "life skills" on the students.
As for footballing jounalists being afraid to criticise the culture...I think people like Mike Sheahan, Caroline Wilson, Andrew Hamilton etc. have been quite robust in their examinations of not only the various sex scandals, but in drug issues impacting the game as well. If anything, they've been over the top in their analysis.
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Was a lot of discussion on radios about how if he's going to tarnish footballers with one brush, the same can be said of politicians and all their misdemeanours.
Off topic, but how funny is his attack on Arbib lol.
60 Minute episode on Kim the St Kilda controversy chick.
Lolworthy stuff tbh.
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