Discussion in 'World Cup 2018' started by Spymaster, Jul 6, 2018.
It's beyond weird. It reached and breached the bounds of self-hatred many pages ago.
Neither. Not that it matters, but this thread or so far removed from reality anyhoo.
Team Sky represent GBR.
No they don't. They're registered in the UK but that is rather different.
Good enough for me.
So they don't even want to be associated with Wales?
Well there isn't a "Great Britain" team in the tdf. Perhaps your confusing it with the Olympics or something. Of course Team Sky is British based but it has riders from multiple nationalities. If one of their Columbian riders won the headline wouldn't be "Britains Egan Bernal wins the Tour de France", so no it doesn't really explain the headline tbh.
lol you've simply made up a false narrative and have run with it. None of what you've said there is true. Nice try though.
Yes, Paolo. We already established this.
I see you're still at stage one, denial. Only four more stages to go.
Yeah, ok, well not sure a quote was needed for that revelation but whatever. imo being ABE isn't any more weird than the collective nationalistic flag worship whenever there's some kind of major sporting event. Good to see that the neighbours opposite have finally taken down their numpty flag, it was a bit of an eyesore and I'm glad to see the back of it.
This is how somebody tried to explain ABEs to the readers of USA Today.
World Cup 2018: 'Brits' don't all support England
So how is the "collective nationalistic flag worship" of England different to, well... every other nation in the world? You could be original and be ABN (Anyone But Netherlands) or ABBF (Anyone But Burkina Faso).
Separate names with a comma.