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  1. Surely you are classing a footballers job as only to play football and nothing else? SO they can’t work from home by keeping fit, their food nutrition etc?
  2. Unfortunately it is true, the “rent” Bristol sport was charging was being put up too much so they have had to go elsewhere. I imagine it was a couple of years back now. Sorry I should had said it wasn’t the car park but the use of the lounges etc. I was surprised Bristol sport charged at all let alone increased it.
  3. Seeing as Bristol sport started charging the blood donation service too much to use the car park so they had to go elsewhere, i wouldn’t put it past them saying no this time.
  4. Sorry Phil, I had a typo, I meant Northern Ireland isn’t part of Great Britain but of the United Kingdom A little bit wrong , Wales and Scotland are part of Great Britain, Northern Ireland is not. If your born in England Scotland wales you are British, being born in Northern Ireland your not. Your northern Irish.
  5. Sorry I obviously meant Northern Ireland isn’t part of Great Britain but of the UK. McClean isn’t British, he’s northern Irish and from the United Kingdom.
  6. No such place as Derry, Londonderry is in Northern Ireland .
  7. Not really no, Northern Ireland isn’t part of Great Britain but of the United Kingdom. Have a look on your passport if you have one, he’s northern Irish which is part of Great Britain.
  8. You clearly miss the point don’t you. He won’t view Northern Ireland as a country, he will view the counties of Northern Ireland as part of Southern Ireland. He has said “I was an Irish boy growing up” ”But I was getting death threats for declaring for my country” So he clearly doesn’t see Northern Ireland as a country, he was born in Londonderry, he is Northern Irish if he likes it or not, he is not Irish. Not really sure what donating money has to do with it.
  9. McClean wouldn’t accept that there is a country called Northern Ireland, or a city called Londonderry. So I’m really struggling to see what your point is here?
  10. Yes, as if you ask him where he is from he is going to say Northern Ireland isn’t he....
  11. But they are future events. The dig for victory show has been cancelled due to the council banning mass gatherings following government advice till after July, football is no different ?
  12. @phantom Surely football counts as a public event? The dig for victory show at Ashton court is cancelled, how I found out about it and that isn’t ran by the council bar them renting Ashton court. The council wouldn’t allow 20k people to go to football but ban other events.
  13. No it’s not, it’s any mass gatherings at all.
  14. I know this is corona related and there is a thread, but it looks like there won’t be any football at Ashton gate (unless behind closed doors) till at least after July. The council have banned any mass gatherings till after July. (Waiting for someone to say “least rovers can play then”) Surely time to cancel the season?
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