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  1. Somebody needs to tell any would be suicide bombers that there is no such place as heaven so there wont be 72 virgins waiting for them. When we dies we either rot and go to dust in a box or we are burned and our ashes scattered on the ground somewhere
  2. Perhaps you can name me other soccer players who have been as generous as Sterling?
  3. Read the whole article https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/48011165
  4. I would love to see Carcassonne in Super League. A beautiful city to visit and to watch Rugby League. I hope Parky doesn't read my post
  5. Perhaps that's why she is no longer at the club. She obviously hasn't had any financial lessons from hubby or perhaps she just ignored them
  6. Because Gary Hetherington doesn't part with the money easily. I would suggest that would involve games played and tries scored etc before Hull FC got the full amount and perhaps that's why Hull FC turned down the offer
  7. If as a game could could really tap into the Afro-Caribbean community we could have some very fine athletes playing out game, and possibly raise the profile of our sport in London which obviously has the biggest Afro-Caribbean community in the UK
  8. Not sure what's happening at junior level in Toronto, but long term they will need to develop their own juniors. Perhaps they could set up a 4 or 5 team junior competition in the area.
  9. If the bombings were carried out by a radical Muslim group there will be ramifications for Muslims in Sri Lanka and elsewhere and so it goes on. The sympathy that the Muslim community got after the Christchurch bombings could well be lost.
  10. I would suggest if the offer was that high and no strings attached Hull FC would have sold. I would suggest there were strings attached that Hull FC couldn't accept.
  11. When he was doing the sports reports on Radio 5 live he did always appear to get in a positive Rugby League story to his credit.
  12. This is a positive for Rugby League in my book. OK he's got his faults, but haven't we all. He's not a druggie. He's not a drunk. He doesn't abuse women.
  13. https://www.couriermail.com.au/sport/more-sports/anthony-mundine-is-set-to-return-to-the-rugby-league-field/news-story/71eef0461ce34501206acd1da1c6ea17
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