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posted Feb 18, 2009
strange appointment but he does have experience at getting big events over here so it cant hurt can it ?
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Coe should stick to what he can do best, bulshit in the Lords, he has little if any interest in football just like many of the others on this whatever it is; sounds like a nice little jolly for the boys and a few more corporate tickets down the pan.
He's a winner, end of. It's not like we have many of them in British footballing administration.As for the economy, given most commentators expect recovery to begin in a year or two, I bet there are a few countries who would love to have the influx of money Britain will get during Olympic year.
comment by dwh103 (U1436060)posted 15 Minutes AgoAs for the economy, given most commentators expect recovery to begin in a year or two, I bet there are a few countries who would love to have the influx of money Britain will get during Olympic year.=========================that is assuming that all the builders get paid, stay in business and everything gets built
You scratch my back...I'll scratch yours. The thank you for allowing the FA to get their noses in the Olympics trough. There's money to be made and they sure know where to be to skim the cream.
DWH for brittain read london and the southhow will ireland scotland wales or even the north of england financially benefit from these games?
posted Feb 19, 2009
Things will definitely get built. Might be late, but it will be done - just.As for the economy, it's built on confidence and expectation. An expected influx of money into the financial centre (especially given recent events), higher takings, profits, share prices, confidence - for the whole economy. Spending and the confidence to spend is key.If London fails, so do all other regions economically. If it suceeds, then there's a knock-on effect for the rest of the country in the long term.Obviously London will have the biggest benefit. Whether it's right or wrong, whether we should've bid etc, why the IOC want a compact bid rather than spreading the events around - that's another debate.But it has the potential to be a boost for all regions, not just London.
comment by dwh103 (U1436060)posted 3 Minutes AgoAs for the economy, it's built on confidence and expectation-------------------------the economy is built on the bull**** of greedy, power hungry, egotistical vermin and the herd mentality of stupid people who buy the bull****the blind leading the blind, theres no quick fix feelgood factor thats going to make things better.90%+ of all the money in the world is virtual, it doesn't exist. there is no fix,the only way the economy gets better is for gordon brown or someone to blag us all back into the fictional fantasy land we've just left with a bump, for us all to go back to sleep and to start dreaming again <ok>
But it has the potential to be a boost for all regions, not just London.Well I can't see a single tourist coming to scotland wales or yorkshire because of the games bening held in london.London is already the richest city in the uk and the south of england of england the richest region in the uk and now more funding is being pushed their way and it's the tax payers from all over the uk who are funding it, frankly it;s a disgracewell done sebastian and co another brilliant bit of planning <doh>
posted Feb 20, 2009
This slimeball should leave this alone, he promised a cycling club on the outskirts of london that they would have the new facilities on their site returned to the previous ownership, he has broken this promise, might might be bad for football, but so is seb coe!
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