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June 01, 2011


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Leon Noone

G'Day Scott,
Like so many Australians, I'm a mad sports fan. Brings out the best and the worst, doesn't it?

Lack of integrity is a huge issue for the so-called World Game: soccer as you and I call it or football as Europeans and South Americans call it.

You may not get much coverage of it in the US, but from where I sit it's a game played by cheats and run by cheats. All integrity is gone. Donald Trump has much to learn!



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