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How to deal with soccer violence

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How to deal with soccer violence

http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/14998237.stm
That is a brilliant piece of lateral thinking!
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Re: How to deal with soccer violence

And maybe sets a good example for the children. Smiley

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Re: How to deal with soccer violence

you obviously haven't seen some of the women at matches in the uk Wink

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Good point Grin

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Re: How to deal with soccer violence

This always brings back memories of Not the Nine O'clock News (from the 80's). They did a sketch on hooliganism etc. Their conclusion was "off with their goolies !"  Cheesy
Pam Stenven's was great playing a "social worker" in it. "I have lived with these kids ... " etc.