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On 09/07/01 06:58, Vincent Campbell said this-
>Remember the US Russia ice hockey matches of the Cold War and how the US
>public felt about those games? Many many matches in football (Man
>U/Liverpool, Rangers/Celtic, Milan/Inter, BArcelona/Real Madrid,
>England/Germany, England/Scotland, England/Argentina, Germany/Holland etc.
>etc. etc.) generate that kind of local, regional and national feeling as
>those games did for the US.
Tribal and xenophobic behaviors are just that, regardless of how masked.
Today's soccer players are tomorrow's universal soldiers.
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