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http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/scotland/7091048.stm

It's a pleasent combination of his usual pish + some possible controversial comments.

It is more than a football match now. It's Clark Kent versus Lex Luther, Popeye against Bluto. It's good over evil.

Italy have scarred the face of the beautiful game.

They have polluted it with match-fixing and corruption, riddled it with the cancer of crowd violence and even, it would seem, used verbal abuse in the World Cup final to rid their opponents of their most dangerous player.

Scotland's task is straightforward; beat the world champions

Theirs is currently the dodgy neighbourhood of the sport.

Scotland will be the white knights in dark blue for the world at Hampden. The devilish Azzurri must be put to the sword.

Anyone else think he's on the wind up?

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/scotland/7091048.stm

It's a pleasent combination of his usual pish + some possible controversial comments.

It is more than a football match now. It's Clark Kent versus Lex Luther, Popeye against Bluto. It's good over evil.

Italy have scarred the face of the beautiful game.

They have polluted it with match-fixing and corruption, riddled it with the cancer of crowd violence and even, it would seem, used verbal abuse in the World Cup final to rid their opponents of their most dangerous player.

Scotland's task is straightforward; beat the world champions

Theirs is currently the dodgy neighbourhood of the sport.

Scotland will be the white knights in dark blue for the world at Hampden. The devilish Azzurri must be put to the sword.

Anyone else think he's on the wind up?

aye, and Scotland has riddled world football with the jungle jims, what about it chico?

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http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/scotland/7091048.stm

It's a pleasent combination of his usual pish + some possible controversial comments.

It is more than a football match now. It's Clark Kent versus Lex Luther, Popeye against Bluto. It's good over evil.

Italy have scarred the face of the beautiful game.

They have polluted it with match-fixing and corruption, riddled it with the cancer of crowd violence and even, it would seem, used verbal abuse in the World Cup final to rid their opponents of their most dangerous player.

Scotland's task is straightforward; beat the world champions

Theirs is currently the dodgy neighbourhood of the sport.

Scotland will be the white knights in dark blue for the world at Hampden. The devilish Azzurri must be put to the sword.

Anyone else think he's on the wind up?

any old pish just to fill his required column space and get paid would be my guess.

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This is the kind of shit that fires other teams up. Now, im sure the World Champions dont need a fat baldy spanner to fire them up for a big game, but you can be sure this will make its way back to Italy in some way or form.

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What's the controversy? That the Italians are corrupt and cheat? They've been doing it since the 1930's, surely people know that already.

Mussolini had the referee over to dinner the night before one of the finals didn't he :rolleyes:

I have to say the World Cup really is the most gorgeous trophy ... 14" of solid aurum :king:

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What's the controversy? That the Italians are corrupt and cheat? They've been doing it since the 1930's, surely people know that already.

Mussolini had the referee over to dinner the night before one of the finals didn't he :rolleyes:

Not quite, but along those lines.

There was a really interesting documentary about the history of Italy in the World Cup on BBC4 after they won it last year, that included alot of the dodgy stuff from the 1934 World Cup. Such as the ref for the semi-final was banned by his own FA for favouring the Italians, amongst other things.

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