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Stephen Caulker

Discussion in 'Football' started by FIF, Jun 30, 2017.

  1. FIF

    FIF Well-Known Member

  2. Lako42

    Lako42 Well-Known Member

    I have a solution, pay them less.
     
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  3. SwedeFox

    SwedeFox Well-Known Member

    Because no poor people have problems with drink and gambling?
     
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  4. pork pie fox

    pork pie fox Well-Known Member

    Create an environment where players are encouraged to talk about their concerns, rather than being made to feel as though they're weak for having them?
     
  5. David Gwilliam

    David Gwilliam Well-Known Member

    I was talking to the Leicester City club chaplain some years ago and he made the point that it was good to have somebody employed by the club who players can talk to who has no influence on the player's career..

    The Guardian often has good articles on sport. This is useful like the articles in Playboy. If somebody ever sees me with The Guardian I will claim "I only buy it for the sport."
     
  6. Robin127

    Robin127 Well-Known Member

    That claim has been made countless times by purchasers of "The Sun."
     
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  7. camberwell fox

    camberwell fox Well-Known Member

    Unfortunately 'the sport' can be a euphemism for other splendid 'features' much nearer the front of the comic.
     
  8. David Gwilliam

    David Gwilliam Well-Known Member

    "Splendid features" is a great euphemism. My family tease me about my liking for Bettany Hughes programmes on archaeology. I will use the defence that she does have "splendid features".
     
  9. Lako42

    Lako42 Well-Known Member

    What does that have to do with this?

    He is specifically talking about the high levels of wealth.
     
  10. SwedeFox

    SwedeFox Well-Known Member

    Well, I thought it was a discussion about drinking and gambling addiction, seeing as that was what the article was about
     
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  11. Blue Maniac

    Blue Maniac Alzheimers sufferer

    ...**** this thread, seriously.
     
  12. Lako42

    Lako42 Well-Known Member

    Interesting contribution
     
  13. Blue Maniac

    Blue Maniac Alzheimers sufferer

    Thanks. I thought it was at least better than piling on with more mental illness shaming or casual sexism.
     
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