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  1. MAC33

    Is football fixed?

    Anyone who thinks Sane has not been one of City's very best three players this season is daft. By some margin the best left winger in the EPL this season I would have thought. I tend to think had he played in both matches a different team would have one. You do not leave out your very best players in such games unless of course for injury. He only played 7 minutes of normal time in the two legs - that is baffling. I have yet to hear of any explanation. Not saying it was fixed but you never know these days. Pep might be the daft one.
  2. MAC33

    Is football fixed?

    On a side note I just read on the BBC Sport that Sane has asked to leave Man. City. He played only 7 minutes of normal time in the two matches against Spurs - this despite being the best left winger in the EPL all season by some considerable margin. Never seriously considered that any matches were fixed or had outside influences to help to achieve a desired result. That changed after the Spurs v Man.City matches.
  3. MAC33

    Is football fixed?

    If you think your players are going to be tired to play a far more important game in three days time you would rest them. They've played many games midweek throughout the season with no problems. In the second leg he leaves out Sane and only brings him on in the 84th minute. Sane and Sterling's wing play has been the biggest feature of their play all season and arguably have been their best two players. Leaving Sane out is the equivalent of Klopp leaving out Mane. Fernandinho has been a first 11 player all season when fit yet he was dropped for the second leg. I fail to understand why Pep changed his normal first eleven in both legs so much. Sure many City fans will lay the blame squarely on his shoulders for clearly not selecting their best team in both legs. Sane only played 7 minutes of normal time over the two legs despite being their second best player this season. He must be wondering what is going on.
  4. The most thuggish team I've ever come across in recent years anyway - Aberdeen. The assault on Christie in the semi final was super bad....https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/47927551 However,later in the game the two footed deliberate lunge on Rogic was X rated and should not be viewed. He is lucky he managed to avoid the assault otherwise that is a career ending tackle. The SFA need to throw the book at them. They have shamed the game of football in Scotland.
  5. If Joey Barton is found guilty surely he should go......from the BBC An incident allegedly involving Joey Barton leaving a rival manager with "blood pouring from his face" is being investigated by police. The Fleetwood boss clashed with Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel in the tunnel after Saturday's 4-2 League One defeat at Oakwell,according to Barnsley player Cauley Woodrow. He claimed on Twitter that Stendel had been "physically assaulted" and left with "blood pouring from his face". Woodrow later deleted the tweet. On Monday, South Yorkshire Police issued a new statement, saying: "South Yorkshire Police is continuing to investigate reports of an assault at Barnsley Football Club on the afternoon of Saturday 13 April. "No arrests have been made at this time and enquiries remain ongoing." Barnsley said they "could confirm there was an alleged incident" and the club was"assisting the police with its enquiries". Fleetwood said they had "been made aware of an alleged incident" and were "currently establishing the facts".
  6. MAC33

    Is football fixed?

    If indeed nothing untoward like a betting scam or something happened,then what a monumental balls up by the City boss. Certain the majority of Man.City fans must have been bemused when they heard the team news. In cricket it has been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt that payoffs were made to many of the players.
  7. MAC33

    Is football fixed?

    So much evidence especially in the past that some of the WC cricket matches were rigged but my concerns over football were virtually nil till last night...... Pep Guardiola the Man .City boss decides to leave three of his best four players out the team for last nights game against Tottenham. Leroy Sane and Bernado Silva along with Sterling have clearly been Man .Citys best players this season. Then he also left out of Kevin De Bruyne who I also consider to be one of their best four players. Selecting Otamendi ahead of Stones or Kompany was also a surprise. Two of the substitutions, Sane and Kevin De Bruyne according to the BBC Sport website were in the 89th minute! One of the biggest games in the clubs history if not the biggest and he selects a first eleven that to most looks like a team selection for a home match against Fulham.
  8. What they deem as fake is up to them of course. https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-47826946 Jim Killock, executive director of Open Rights Group, said the government's proposals would "create state regulation of the speech of millions of British citizens". Matthew Lesh, head of research at free market think tank the Adam Smith Institute, went further. He said: "The government should be ashamed of themselves for leading the western world in internet censorship. "The proposals are a historic attack on freedom of speech and the free press. "At a time when Britain is criticising violations of freedom of expression in states like Iran, China and Russia, we should not be undermining our freedom at home." And freedom of speech campaigners Article 19 warned that the government "must not create an environment that encourages the censorship of legitimate expression".
  9. MAC33

    LGBT issues and morality

    Just like a certain type of sex it is unnatural and dirty
  10. MAC33

    LGBT issues and morality

    I watch all three.....religiously. New York,LA and San Francisco. Los Angels has two for sure, New York at least one,possibly two and then I watched SF last night for the first time and then I saw one of the male agents kissing his boyfriend. Now you are welcome to call me a liar but facts are facts only because they are backed by evidence that is difficult to contradict - like taking the time to watch the shows.
  11. MAC33

    LGBT issues and morality

    Despicable,give me a break. I was watching Milliin Dollar Losting from San Francisco the other night. They showed one of the male real estate agents kissing his boyfriend. Funny how they rarely show a hetero male agents kissing their wives or girlfriends. Tip - it is called programming. I am against this constant promotion of all this LBGQ stuff by the mainstream media. Much of it is very subtle as well. Why do around half the population think it is immoral - you'll have to ask them that. For me watching a couple of the same sex kissing - to me it is just plain wrong.
  12. MAC33

    LGBT issues and morality

    People are allowed to believe homosexuality and changing genders via various means is immoral - it's called free will. No explanation is needed.
  13. MAC33

    LGBT issues and morality

    Many religions including Christianity believe homosexuality is immoral. Possibly looking at around half the worlds population. It does not mean these people discriminate against homosexual and transgender people. I have never discriminated even once against such people though I do not support it in any way,and yes I do believe it is immoral.
  14. MAC33

    LGBT issues and morality

    Another interesting article showing how if you disagree with homosexuality or transgenderism your options are cut. https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/yale-law-excludes-students-who-work-at-christian-conservative-orgs-from-financial-support April 3, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) - In the latest reminder that traditional Christian values are increasingly unwelcome in modern academia, Yale Law School has reportedly excluded students who work at organizations that stand by Biblical teachings on homosexuality from several financial support programs. Aaron Haviland, a Yale Law student and Marine Corps veteran, reports at The Federalist that on March 25, the school announced its "nondiscrimination" policy was being expanded to summer public interest fellowships, post-graduate public interest fellowships, and loan forgiveness for careers in public interest. Specifically, these resources would no longer be made available to students and graduates who joined organizations that supposedly "discriminate" on the basis of "sexual orientation and gender identity and expression."
  15. MAC33

    LGBT issues and morality

    It's obvious from the statistics what is happening. The more this LBGQT stuff is taught is discussed in school the more kids become aware of it. Tbe more aware of it they become the more 'normal' they consider it. When you are a confused kid the more you might get confused about your own gender.
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