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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Wakeham View Post
    I suggest you re-read post 85 and then reconsider your response and you then apologise!
    It was to Simon .. I know that you read it

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    I apologise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonSmith View Post
    If a journalist can't apply context clues - that works in situation A, with question A might not work in situation B with question B - they need to go get some more training.

    What happens in a pre match presser should not provide a template for how to conduct a post match interview. To suggest that it should - as you and The Times seem to be doing - is false equivalence and frankly stupid.
    Quote Originally Posted by crossref View Post
    Still so much to say about an article you haven't read.
    Can you highlight, in bold, the bit where I discuss the article I haven't read?

    And you could actually try answering the points raised instead of being so passive aggressive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonSmith View Post
    Can you highlight, in bold, the bit where I discuss the article I haven't read?

    And you could actually try answering the points raised instead of being so passive aggressive.
    Highlight in bold?

    Seriously - is this what this forum is like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thisone View Post
    Highlight in bold?

    Seriously - is this what this forum is like?
    That’s what I like to see, newbie straight in there with insults without understanding the dynamics. Good effort.

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    I don't often praise ITV, but the EvF post-match interviews were delivered respectfully as part of the match coverage entertainment.
    Be reasonable - do it my way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zebra1922 View Post
    That’s what I like to see, newbie straight in there with insults without understanding the dynamics. Good effort.
    Thank you for confirming my fears.

    I had hoped this would be a useful and welcoming forum - sadly it's seems to be no better than planet rugby or the Guardian pages, just mixed with the sense of superiority that some officials carry (could say need?)

    Shame really - sure it wasn't set up with that intent.

    I'll leave you guys to your 'dynamics'.

    Enjoy

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    I like cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thisone View Post
    Thank you for confirming my fears.

    I had hoped this would be a useful and welcoming forum - sadly it's seems to be no better than planet rugby or the Guardian pages, just mixed with the sense of superiority that some officials carry (could say need?)

    Shame really - sure it wasn't set up with that intent.

    I'll leave you guys to your 'dynamics'.

    Enjoy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Thisone View Post
    Thank you for confirming my fears.

    I had hoped this would be a useful and welcoming forum - sadly it's seems to be no better than planet rugby or the Guardian pages, just mixed with the sense of superiority that some officials carry (could say need?)

    Shame really - sure it wasn't set up with that intent.

    I'll leave you guys to your 'dynamics'.

    Enjoy
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    Crossref is a bit of a contrarian.
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