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Premier league approves Winter break
Ivybridge Wolf (IP Logged)
08 June, 2018 12:56
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The lunatics continue to manage the assylum.

Hopefully from 2019/20 mother nature will suitably comply by dropping snow and sub zero temperatures within this break - just like this year - hang on ..... that was in March!

The phrase 'don't mess if it ay broke' was abandonned years ago and the contemporary decsison makers clearly know best.



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Re: Premier league approves Winter break
chicagowolf (IP Logged)
11 June, 2018 12:29
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Ivybridge Wolf
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The lunatics continue to manage the assylum.

Hopefully from 2019/20 mother nature will suitably comply by dropping snow and sub zero temperatures within this break - just like this year - hang on ..... that was in March!

The phrase 'don't mess if it ay broke' was abandonned years ago and the contemporary decsison makers clearly know best.

That’s right. Two breaks; one after Christmas and the other when the weather turns bad.
But now I think is time to REALLY look after the players. My proposal is that while play is stopped for interminable VAR replays the players all get shoulder rubs while they chew their orange slices.


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