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Kuwait Games - a lesson for Qatar

Old Mar 23rd 2012, 6:26 pm
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Borat spoof Kazakhstan anthem played by mistake

When a Kazakhstan sportswoman wins gold in Kuwait she is greeted with the obscene parody of her country's national anthem from the film Borat.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/news...y-mistake.html
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Borat spoof Kazakhstan anthem played by mistake

When a Kazakhstan sportswoman wins gold in Kuwait she is greeted with the obscene parody of her country's national anthem from the film Borat.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/news...y-mistake.html
She'd take a good shagging, that lass....
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Old Mar 23rd 2012, 7:30 pm
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Borat spoof Kazakhstan anthem played by mistake

When a Kazakhstan sportswoman wins gold in Kuwait she is greeted with the obscene parody of her country's national anthem from the film Borat.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/news...y-mistake.html
Why, oh why do I have a premonition of similar botch ups ahead?
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Old Mar 23rd 2012, 11:23 pm
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Why, oh why do I have a premonition of similar botch ups ahead?
If thats all they are like to bugger up, the sport is lucky . I can just picture Qatari youth doing something mean to visiting WC fans and saying "if you don't like it, go home"
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Surprised....not even slightly
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Surprised....not even slightly
Hundred's of thousands of football fans arriving in a conservative Muslim country does not have anywhere near adequate numbers of the following items and that is scheduled to build stadiums, infrastructure, transport, and hotels. Employ and educate staff at every level to control, direct, help and assist people from many countries. Police, marshal and control crowds, some of which may be openly hostile with religious sentiments and be drunk. Make the world happy that everyone had a bloody fantastic time...

Israel vs Iran will be fun that year....

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Hundred's of thousands of football fans arriving in a conservative Muslim country does not have anywhere near adequate numbers of the following items and that is scheduled to build stadiums, infrastructure, transport, and hotels. Employ and educate staff at every level to control, direct, help and assist people from many countries. Police, marshal and control crowds, some of which may be openly hostile with religious sentiments and be drunk. Make the world happy that everyone had a bloody fantastic time...

Israel vs Iran will be fun that year....

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It will be far worse than that , these people couldn't run a bath !
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I think that this region may not be known for it's research!
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