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Thread: Knee taking now only occasionally for prem league

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    Knee taking now only occasionally for prem league

    Prem league players now only to take the need occasionally going forward.
    Championship to follow ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by millersrus View Post
    Prem league players now only to take the need occasionally going forward.
    Championship to follow ?
    That's the trend with sheep.

    Hilarious really this " occasionally" bit, trying to find a way of not losing face after backing themselves into a corner

    Time to sit back and wait for the next meaningless gesture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    Time to sit back and wait for the next meaningless gesture.
    Far from meaningless, it's kept the issue in the public consciousness for at least a couple of years, as evidenced by this discussion.

    Can't be more meaningless than moaning on social media about people who actually take steps to try to make things better, no matter how futile. Hope my life never gets to the point where that's the sort of thing I sit around moaning about. Baa

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    Quote Originally Posted by John2 View Post
    Far from meaningless, it's kept the issue in the public consciousness for at least a couple of years, as evidenced by this discussion.

    Can't be more meaningless than moaning on social media about people who actually take steps to try to make things better, no matter how futile. Hope my life never gets to the point where that's the sort of thing I sit around moaning about. Baa
    It was a media-driven gimmick that caused division and arguably has done more harm than good.
    Thank goodness it's going.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grist_To_The_Mill View Post
    That's the trend with sheep.

    Hilarious really this " occasionally" bit, trying to find a way of not losing face after backing themselves into a corner

    Time to sit back and wait for the next meaningless gesture.
    "I support the current thing", it's not the current thing anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mellowmiller View Post
    It was a media-driven gimmick that caused division and arguably has done more harm than good.
    Thank goodness it's going.
    Who is arguing it has done harm? Quite a bizarre claim, be curious to know the source and rationale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by great_fire View Post
    "I support the current thing", it's not the current thing anymore.
    It's easy to sit behind a keyboard dismissing those trying to support any "thing", just can't help but wonder what, if anything, the naysayers actually support? Beyond constant negativity and bitterness, a sad state of being to the outside observer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John2 View Post
    Who is arguing it has done harm? Quite a bizarre claim, be curious to know the source and rationale.
    You're a leftie so division is good to you. Anything that helps to bring about a socialist revolution right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by great_fire View Post
    You're a leftie so division is good to you. Anything that helps to bring about a socialist revolution right?
    OK, it's still a daft, irrelevant comment to distract from the point being made, but at least you didn't humiliatingly bring up Savile this time!

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    Laughing at taking the knee
    Still laughing at the embarrassing climb down
    Still laughing at the apologists

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