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  • #54122
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    Do you that that ever in the future Spanish construction, Council, Junta, Banks, lawyers, Notary, Judges can work in harmony towards the same goal. As the Spanish team has just proved.

  • #84907
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    Shakeel, they have already been working together in harmony towards the same goal……….for years. 😉

    In answer to your question:
    Possibly – but it may take the same 44 years it took the Spanish team to re-take the cup.

    Or more probably – when hell freezes over.
    Which at this rate will be about the time the English team may have a chance of winnng it. 🙁

  • #84909
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    shakeel

    i think the problem with working together for a common goal, is that of stopping the the goalposts moving!

  • #84919
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    Charlie, yes I agree that they have been working towards the same goal. An unidentified goal & sadly an own goal.

    In so far as the English team is concerned. At least this summer we did not have to see the repeat of 66, world cup goal & harping back to it.

    The parallels between the English and the Spanish teams are very similar, they are both perennial underachievers. The difference that I see is that as soon as the championship starts, It becomes a forgone conclusion that We have won & others have just come for the party. Any misdemeanor by the opposition becomes a hanging crime, whilst the English one becomes a professional foul or problems of interpretations of the game.

    The Spaniards have done it. I cannot see us doing for a while.

  • #84932
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    No never; for a start Spain is in the insidous process of dividing itself into 17 seperate autonomous regions with different municipal laws etc … some wanting total independence from Spain. As a Madrileño try speaking Castellano in Barcelona; you’ll be met with an icy stare.

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