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  1. Code

    Frode - you gone into politics mate?

    With the right sauce its great.
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    Frode - you gone into politics mate?

    Please do as I'm not sure my French from 9th grade will help me much.
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    Frode - you gone into politics mate?

    From Le Monde. https://www.lemonde.fr/international/article/2019/06/19/des-gilets-jaunes-norvegiens-contre-les-peages-urbains_5478451_3210.html?fbclid=IwAR3K6vJUuxvyWZ2kF_gYv026qmB2Lsov7AaI0m0N7Yx9AIbzdneXRwAY638
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    Frode - you gone into politics mate?

    Haha wtf was that?
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    Frode - you gone into politics mate?

    Haha is that a thing? Deffo not in Norway though.
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    Frode - you gone into politics mate?

    Hmm, not sure if I got this one if I'm honest.
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    Frode - you gone into politics mate?

    From the latest local poll in my city. The parties with an x under them are all part of the Government, we are almost as big as three of them put together.
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    Frode - you gone into politics mate?

    Massive development here since last time we talked about this. We have got 6% in the national polls already, without ever having stood for election in Parliment, its historic. We have got these numbers even if we just stand for election in 11 out of 356 municipalities and 4 out of 11 counties. We are taking the big cities by storm, latest poll in Bergen, Norways second biggest city we had more than 25% and were the biggest party. In our first poll in Oslo we got 9,1% and we had a poll in Stavanger, my hometown, two weeks ago where we had 14,5%. Its three months until the election, but as it stands I will deffo become deputy mayor if I can bother, but with this rise who knows. New poll coming on Tuesday, hopefullye we might get between 15-20%, its rising by the day, people are pissed off with the establishment and we have hit all the right buttons at the right time. Change will come. We are the red ones in the middle, bigger or as big as five of the nine parties in Parliment already.
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    Women's World Cup

    Do you work for NFF lebron?
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    Women's World Cup

    Best player in the world is not there.
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    Daniel Sturridge - 2020

    Sadly his body broke down a few years ago, lost his pace much because like Owen in his late career he did not trust his body to do sprints, he also added to much weight. Wish him all the best, thanks for some wonderful moments.
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    Mohamed Salah

    “The first trophy and it's the Champions League. With Liverpool! The Champions League. Something special. “It's the start. It's the first competition. We will go next season for the Premier League. This season was the first season we were really fighting for the Premier League, last season we were basically fighting for the Champions League and the year before the Europa League. “We lost the Premier League with one point against Man City, which was well deserved. “The average age of 26/27 so we still have young players. It is good experience for us to win the trophy now and also last season we learned a lot. “As you can see we were more calm, scored a second goal after 86 or 87 minutes and we were patient in the game.” With James Milner starting on the bench, Salah took on the penalty duties – a responsibility he is accustomed to under severe pressure. “I prepared myself before the game. I scored a penalty to send Egypt to the World Cup after 28 years in the last minute, so that (in the final) was easier,” said Salah. “It's great. The final of the Champions League, take a penalty, show the courage and to win the trophy.” Salah rarely grants interviews but he has kept two promises in his two years at Anfield, engaging with reporters after his 40thgoal last season and keeping a vow to do so in the event of Liverpool winning the competition. He also requested kind words be offered to the defeated opponents as he empathised with Spurs’ players. “I don't want to take anything away from Tottenham,” he said. “They were great today, a good team and deserved to be in the final. They had an unbelievable competition. What I can say to them is, 'Sorry, and good luck in the future'.” https://www.telegraph.co.uk/football/2019/06/02/mohamed-salah-reveals-prepared-champions-league-victory-studying/
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    Joel Matip

    How many times has he lost it?
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