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Platini
28 Jun 21 17:22
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judging by the barge-size drift in the market, something is brewing.

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By:
Angoose
When: 28 Jun 21 17:33
Personally, I wouldn't put in in in the first place Surprised
By:
Platini
When: 28 Jun 21 17:34
Laugh
By:
scandanavian_haven
When: 28 Jun 21 17:44
just a reaction to her confirmation she's not going to the Olympics, with people thinking she's injured, though I hear it's more to do with lack of childcare policy with the Tokyo Olympics
By:
Platini
When: 29 Jun 21 20:03
BOOOM

"they knew", as someone once said Laugh
By:
scandanavian_haven
When: 29 Jun 21 20:26
good call platini.
By:
casemoney
When: 29 Jun 21 20:38
BBC disaster as the Big Unit leaves the building.
By:
Wesdag
When: 29 Jun 21 21:05
wd op
By:
differentdrum
When: 29 Jun 21 21:08
Will just have to hope Gauff wins a couple of matches otherwise BBC might pull the plug.
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alun2005
When: 29 Jun 21 22:21
Poor Sue, Poor Tracy, Poor Chandra, Poor any other female pundit. What are they going to say and do all day now that S. Williams has exited the tournament?

They used to be able to spend hours delivering their little electrical speeches about how wondrous Williams was, totally in contrast to all the evidence. No other, more measured view was ever allowed to pollute the BBC's coverage of her.

This evening we were even treated to the sick-making spectacle of Williams reading some ghastly ’specially rewritten' version of Kipling’s “IF”. Every cliche imaginable was spieled out, including (naturally) some drivel about having to rise above “The Haters”.
By:
differentdrum
When: 30 Jun 21 12:27
Sue was going overboard about Williams and the slipping. Fortunately, Boris didn't play ball and was his usual laid back self.
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alun2005
When: 30 Jun 21 12:45
I daresay anyone who dares put their head above the parapet and delivers some long-overdue perspective and reality about the Williams love-in, will then be subjected to a fatwa.

It's virtually compulsory that on BBC media outlets Serena Williams has to be referred to as 'the greatest female player of all time' and possessor of 'the greatest female serve of all time' at least once during every discussion of her. Both nonsense of course.
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Wesdag
When: 30 Jun 21 13:31
Not Serena's biggest fan - have always preferred Venus - but similar comments could be applied to Federer.

The annual BBC Federer love-in is nothing in comparison.

Was delighted when he lost to Djoker back in 2019 due to their overwhelming bias.
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