Eze Does It. But Shouldn't Have
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Not sure if this should be on palace or coronavirus section, either way he was a bit daft


https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/footbal...31233.html
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(12-01-2021, 13:49 PM)Billypalace Wrote: Not sure if this should be on palace or coronavirus section, either way he was a bit daft


https://www.standard.co.uk/sport/footbal...31233.html

Silly I suppose in the context that everyone should be obeying the ideology in order to minimize spread, but I guess from his POV he is being asked to break those rules every time he plays football, so I can sort of see his logic as well.  Its mad that I can drive a train 300 miles a day but when I finish work can't drive 6 miles to get some eggs from a farm without breaking some quango Scottish law.  Mind you, I guess a common sense approach went out the window when we had 'eat out to spread it', or whatever shithouse slogan it was.
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#3
He almost certainly went and met all his old squadmates at the same time - socially mixing of about 25 households.

Still it reflects well on him that he still has that loyalty.
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#4
Yes loyalty rare commodity these days. Agree Raggy.
And I thought about the proximity of players to each other taking the field when I watched one of the fa cup games on TV elgin. I'd imagined they'd be 1 to 2 meters apart lining up.
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#5
Eze seems like a good lad to be fair.
Quite a heartwarming natural interview this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cpwvj0yfb4
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