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June 29, 2008 at 10:08 pm #54122
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.
June 29, 2008 at 11:32 pm #84907
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. 🙁
June 30, 2008 at 6:56 am #84909
i think the problem with working together for a common goal, is that of stopping the the goalposts moving!
June 30, 2008 at 9:29 am #84919
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.
June 30, 2008 at 12:47 pm #84932
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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