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Thread: Burnley football scouts, look EAST??

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    Burnley football scouts, look EAST??

    Yesterday, an Israeli Football youth team (up too age 19 years of age). Beat France 2-1. Is it time Burnley scouts looked east?

    Oh dear! their next game is against England, on Friday .

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    How many Palestinian Arabs were in the line-up Balan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bedlington Terrier View Post
    How many Palestinian Arabs were in the line-up Balan.
    Be fair BT, have you ever tried playing football with a towel wrapped round your head ? I would imagine it's not easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sinkov View Post
    Be fair BT, have you ever tried playing football with a towel wrapped round your head ? I would imagine it's not easy.
    I was amazed to discover this mon ami...

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palest...#Current_squad

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    I did not see the game,. But if we take the National team there are Palestinian Arabs that play, and two from Ethiopia.
    Like :
    Mu'nas Dabur
    Muhamed Abu Fani
    Ramzi Safouri
    Beram Kayal
    Mahmoud Jaber
    Muhamed Kna'an
    Hatem Elhamed
    Eyad Abu Abaid

    Eli Dasa A Jew from Ethiopia
    Gadi Kinda '' '' ''

    Mu'nas Dabbur is an Arab-Israeli of Palestinian descent professional footballer who plays as a striker for German Bundesliga club 1899 Hoffenheim and the Israel national team.

    Mohammad Abu Fani is an Arab-Israeli professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Israeli Premier League club Maccabi Haifa and the Israel national team.

    Ramzi Safouri is an Arab-Israeli professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Israeli Premier League club Hapoel Be'er Sheva and the Israel national team.

    Beram Kayal is an Arab-Israeli professional footballer who currently plays for Bnei Sakhnin of the Israeli Premier League.

    Mahmoud Jaber is an Arab-Israeli professional footballer of Palestinian descent who plays as a defensive midfielder for Israeli Premier League club Maccabi Haifa and the Israel national team.

    Etc ,etc

    I think you want to find discrimination between Jewish Football players and Palestinian Arabs.
    Sorry to disappoint you !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balanbam00 View Post
    I did not see the game,. But if we take the National team there are Palestinian Arabs that play, and two from Ethiopia.
    Like :
    Mu'nas Dabur
    Muhamed Abu Fani
    Ramzi Safouri
    Beram Kayal
    Mahmoud Jaber
    Muhamed Kna'an
    Hatem Elhamed
    Eyad Abu Abaid

    Eli Dasa A Jew from Ethiopia
    Gadi Kinda '' '' ''

    Mu'nas Dabbur is an Arab-Israeli of Palestinian descent professional footballer who plays as a striker for German Bundesliga club 1899 Hoffenheim and the Israel national team.

    Mohammad Abu Fani is an Arab-Israeli professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Israeli Premier League club Maccabi Haifa and the Israel national team.

    Ramzi Safouri is an Arab-Israeli professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Israeli Premier League club Hapoel Be'er Sheva and the Israel national team.

    Beram Kayal is an Arab-Israeli professional footballer who currently plays for Bnei Sakhnin of the Israeli Premier League.

    Mahmoud Jaber is an Arab-Israeli professional footballer of Palestinian descent who plays as a defensive midfielder for Israeli Premier League club Maccabi Haifa and the Israel national team.

    Etc ,etc

    I think you want to find discrimination between Jewish Football players and Palestinian Arabs.
    Sorry to disappoint you !
    No, I did not want to find any evidence of discrimination Balan, I was really interested to see how footy plays out in Palestine.

    The discrimination and hate is plain for all to see...

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    I was really interested to see how footy plays out in Palestine.(? ) Why don't you ask the people of Palestine? Then you can tell me where Palestine is? I have turned over many stones in 'The Galilee', to find any clues where that country is? But how long can I keep looking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Balanbam00 View Post
    I was really interested to see how footy plays out in Palestine.(? ) Why don't you ask the people of Palestine? Then you can tell me where Palestine is? I have turned over many stones in 'The Galilee', to find any clues where that country is? But how long can I keep looking?
    Well somebody, somewhere acknowledges Palestine exists somewhere Balan...

    The Palestine national football team (Arabic: منتخب فلسطين لكرة القدم), controlled by the Palestinian Football Association, represents Palestine in association football.

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    But so does Bolton Athletic, look بولتون أثليتيك by the way the first word from the right, spells Bolton, just if you wanted to copy it and make a sign to show your friends they have reached your town. PS would you like it also in hebrew too? ( בולטון אתלטיק ) You can also note that the Hebrew word also on the right spells Bolton!
    By the way here is the Bolton's tiddlywinks team, but does it exist? فريق بولتون تيدليوينكس

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