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the most expensive fish in the world each one is selling for tens of thousands of euros it continues to grow its entire life if it was thirty years old you might have a two ton fish out there and yet they don't get that big today because we're way too good at catching. it's only women themself a much larger mission was once there that was much more widely distributed we have politicians that are in office for a few years they have to get reelected everything is very very short term our system is not suited and is not geared for long term survival and that's why we have the catastrophes. for a world cup twenty eight team coverage we've signed one of the greatest goalkeepers of all but there was one more question and by the way was going to be our coach. guys i know you are nervous he's
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a huge star among us and the huge amount of pressure come out you have to be the center of the football with you and do so with all the great british you are the rock at the back nobody gets past you we need you to get the ball going let's go. alone. and i'm really happy to join for the two thousand and thirteen world cup in russia meet the special one it was also appreciated me to just let the reader be auty team's latest edition to make up a bigger. time about email the end of the judging by the needle i get. but then again. and again and i mean i remember my.
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in the movie tangled up in an old email the english language is consistent if you want. to know by love and actually get to be made i've got to get all i can say to be getting. cold hopeful for cool players told polls. we don't. know what the outcome of the. are going to have. are for their costs. are so out.
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of. this with the stanko emotion comes to one of the call it was the things that will go up in russia in the summer it also hosted the first world goal of the twenty first century welcome to japan. i.
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this is tokyo but we're going to be visiting colby to see world cup we now live has produced the world quickly germany we're going to go to the north of the country and sapporo finest the bia but also for football and a good friend of mine. i got. to get. lots of joy should she be joining a boy band maybe we hear that subrace president in tokyo studios which was the premier league and many other sports in japan benny's one of the the main common sight isn't he just happens to be an englishman so why are we getting together never a good old chats about football jamie now he's twenty five years so how strong in your opinion. it's kind of hit some hurdles and reached
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a turning point in the last ten years i think until that point i don't think there's been many examples around the world of the league that started essentially from scratch and got so good so quickly to the point where it was exporting players to i see milan two in tamil and that within the space of really fifteen twenty years when those star names went and the next generation didn't quite live up to the same standards now it's what do we do and so there's i think there's a bit of a period where everyone has to be patient and maybe wait for the stars to come back before we can really get to the next growth face the joey league was the first league that kick started the i made you know strike. started about going to see some of the jelly greatly was the sort of the the blue touch paper and there's a very meant for many of the news of them emerging leagues where you have to find out and i asked in north america of course but i think in japan now even me we have a tendency to be a little bit negative because it was of what's happening now and. if you look at
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the first fifteen years to come from essentially nothing in terms of culture that was quite incredible you had before the daily you had a company league where teams that were called literally called. the the car manufacturer the team became yokohama your home f. minus but they were nice and they were they were a company team effectively owned by the company and in many ways you had sort of place players signed as a profession is that what kind of ring is. the culture of going to watch football go to support your local team thinking about the kids coming up in a future that didn't really exist the promise of baseball watching company which is also more for corporate sport to go from that. initially was heavily funded it was a big marketing success but the real success they made with in the opening years they knew that marketing in money wasn't going to be a long term thing and so they made each club have a hometown rule and they designate this is our home town we're not a company thing we have it we haven't seen it represents this town this part of the
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country this is this is us they are us the jailing started in one thousand nine hundred three that year the national team of got to the point where they just missed out qualifying for the world cup and then qualified in ninety eight they got to host in two thousand and two and were pretty good you know. to do that in such a short period of time was quite incredible as you say influence other places will tell us a little bit about japanese football culture how important it is and how big the game here is now the provincial towns they got their sports teams and they also attracted a new audience base for watches in the past or maybe they were you know company guys you go after work now this was not this is the dividing line was drawn with companies i know this is a cultural thing this is for the local people and the level of commitment that you get from local support say was astonishing and the clubs don't typically own their own stadiums and so you can't leave your flags and decorations there so the supporters will turn up for hours before quick kickoff to be let in to decorate the stadium. it's something that the localities can be proud of thank you shows you say
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thank you so much you great only to come to work if you played in the pre one you show as well. as the. song we got off the bullet train from tokyo. and alan gibbs is an englishman is also just a bit of fun like may have been experts on japanese for always being called by for twenty plus years so when in rome do as the romans day one called by a pig is going to make some football and eat some bass. treat those nights we will call. a fall country plan go against that same you know
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with almost any team of course i expect brazil and argentina spain whatever may be being rented to top the group and go through that group in senegal for some good plan of time for something or poem might collapse completely eleven dust might be ended and japan has. in their squad of twenty three i presume there's going to be. five six seven. well class plays in my opinion that could easily be playing in the premier league literally anybody can win that group of japan are only a game they can top a group but they'll be happy with a win and two goals maybe even a win under their own would be a. big piece of meat.
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i. think i i think i think i've. finished just going to jump uneasily on lukas podolski school would get your goals . so well i'm dying to see the play she's done a little stretch but an old friend you tell me years to the world so much out with . those you found. no no i'm no nearly a full mind months. off into life is a very good food of course. for my family as well so we felt. like. all told the story of the friend they have printed people safety. most rests. in this city in this country. so i say life this is very
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good season would finish one position for hope we can we can bring this club to another level of what it takes time this cannot be done never seen one near us all i think this needs. three to five years to bring the club to a full club in asia and this is all what i get this all of this why i'm here to help the club on the pitch and off the pitch and i hope i can bring my experience my quality. in this cup and then we would see what splits up and. plays what. we feel. is this important but i think this is the most important you know like you look to shine or you know look. i think for another reason. and
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a lot of players have gone already back small things sort of bringing names in the country are important is to make the jump on these playoffs better to make the quality of the jail it better to have to push the playoffs mall to bring more in the playoffs to the first team tool to bring. more and more players to europe from from jump on the thing this is this is the key point can't you find. they. would be interesting to see. i think is that there's a lot of quality in the jail you know the nice that they were own. the supporters and all. there's a lot of. teams in the in the last year when the champs make something the quality is really good in asia but still as i said before it's a lot of potential in this country. of course the baseball out of sports you know
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all the other number one and most of us i think i want. to be us in the old days bhaskar born this football day this baseball and what this . and still they have the good marketing and they use a different thing and i think this is as one of the key points for the j.d. they have to use more of the marketing side to bring the jay dick. to the distance to the baseball here so close i don't think this is one thing as whether they have to death to push the next yes this is. what's still they can make it i think. this is interesting this group is very interesting lucas lisa thank you very much with your shows great to see here you can see a new movie long and successful career many goals to thank you very driven.
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it's. going. to. how does it feel to be a share of the greatest job in the world it's as close to being a king as any job there is good business model helps to run a prison now we do this do or don't like is there nobody oh visitation i don't know one comes anymore we don't have the surgery many more is cost effective this will they want to do that knowing they don't give a damn if you do the chores or not there are actually paying enough to put it back into the louisiana incarceration rate is twice as high as the u.s.n. breach what she could is behind such success.
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climb the famed off her who is writing extensively on environmental issues and social justice issues went to these conferences in puerto rico and her take away was that a bunch of people of showed up and this is a danger to the local economy and to the local fabric of society so the first thing that strikes me is that lefties like bail me feel they have a monopoly on good intentions i'm not sure where that comes from. if i'm insurgent or terrorist group enjoys slaughtering sanctuary we no matter how much military push oh you put all of them do will be in one way to. really hibernate themselves and come back time it would be like counting.
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on north to take you know who just. is the sapporo down it was one of the stadiums for the two thousand and two will cope and england famously played here against all the team and david beckham scored a penalty and the pitch pitched technology in two thousand and eighteen it's called a very long why in the world called for in some pictures big you'll say a retractable roof you'll say great picture technology likewise in cars on and this is really where it all started in sapporo you see this track this final piece which
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and we are of concrete swivel was around one. thousand walk i would say usually you go into a stadium in the pitch with me here it's above my level i'm well mate you know and teach a six point four zero there is the football pitch the whole thing comes on a much six acts into the opening. of a chat with lukas podolski and today we're going to chat with a good friend of mine in english when that's flight all the way through the english divisions and leagues and the last three years is my japan the. giants great to see you tell us about japanese lawyer from japanese for willful i mean when i first heard of that they say son means mr. you know what i'm even when i'm on the pitch people knock you down kick you in the eye jason jason said i saw i
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saw him pick you up is kind of really the antithesis of playing competitive football where you have to when you do anything so it is actually i think. in a sense is still regarded as a game whereas in europe and england you know it's regarded as if you do anything to win a point you know you've taken your friends you know you know speech you can come you live on the floor you know you try and. several.
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different.
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you know if you look in the jail eat a lot of the. brazilian south korean you know what i'm more aggressive you know look at the rest of europe especially the best teams. and you'll see teams trying to emulate that kind of pasta now from the keith.
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thank you promising to integrate with. the national team. this is what i said you know how does conversation with many people and i'm players i don't see what i call you know because again technically the very good players think. the ship our national team back is the mentality. to them it's a game. you know the pentagon is. telling us teams like. they should qualify for every tournament and. really when they qualified this time it was like i was celebrating like they won the world cup and to me. i want to see them do you know south korea did when i went to the semifinals. they would expect
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they want to. see hard work compete you know. senegal part of the team i wouldn't say. you know going to qualify. you need. very opinionated and you have that broods knowledge of the guy around the world what you want to do. to be honest i never really know management to me in my life to football. like nine years old united like you do. and i love the game don't get me wrong i never really for about it until i came here and you know when i was hit i'm thinking i should have what was some really good manages. to raise me and i would much use i read nap and you know when i was in it and i had
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a good manager i was single and one time and i see the way i put sessions on no more no. i do have some money so i was thinking if i am going to be a manager or cars i would like to do it here because it's a good place to. pool. good facilities and infrastructure yeah offing you know. i'm going to start it. for me my dream was to play in a premier league which i've done. and a lot of money which i've done for my country which i've done a board which i've done so for me i can look back at my career and say i've achieved don't get me wrong i made mistakes a lot of mistakes on the way where my career could have gone a different way and i could have played long gone out i did waste a lot of time you know messing around you know. we're not sure i stayed in. london and i live in you know you have to remember the states.
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you will see for me personally of course i want to i want to school goes off to school goes to me and i was when i was younger i used to set myself a target at the beginning of the season i said i want to school fifteen goals i want to score twenty goals but for me if you can say you know target. so for me i always say to myself i want to. play well and this is what i need to do and. so i always take each time in the future. you know i just concentrate on each day and. i think the reason why. i can still move around and run for. twenty twenty five year old it's still a time when i was when i was young you know i was. back in the my career. i'll tell you every single day. i keep myself in
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shape i don't go out no more. attractive if you can last. a few years to the great to be honest i was just when i when i was growing up my dad always said to me. you know he's a good. on the pitch and i went for a someone always to us that. there was a many of you around. like in the book and then you come along and. that was the difference and it was what i want to do i never want to be one of these forwards. was involved in a game that would. go to me i want to enjoy i want to go in the hole i want to express myself i want to dribble i want to be involved i want to touch. you know
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times i. don't want to be a part of it. well a fantastic time in this country no one thing though i've learnt is that the japanese are very deferential very respectful and i take them on to the football pitch joey both would himself said it's alan gibson said it cannot be ruthless enough. to win a fish world cup in years to come that's what i'm cycling for much fun trip but now i relax time for a bit phone before the next trick. time
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about email but of the entire you might even want to do. that again. and again and i mean by my mind come on here. you'll walk through me to the beach.
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in the middle to ensure that you will in the end just have images consistent if you want. that name nobody can actually get that the way i've seen it at all i'd say to the thirty. pages it is full of them feeling hopeful we'll come to cable you don't take polls oh. the russians are coming for well over the last year and this is the message western audiences have been served up twenty four seventh's what is behind this hysteria what does this message aim to achieve always russia is supposed to react importantly are we facing a possible conflict. the most expensive fish in the world each one is selling for tens of thousands of euros it continues to grow its entire life if it was thirty
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years old you might have a two ton fish out there and yet they don't get that big today because we're way too good at catching. it's only a much larger mission was one that was much more widely distributed we have politicians that are in office for a few years they have to get reelected everything is very very short term our system is not suited and is not cleared for long term survival and that's why we have the catastrophes. we. know now. that. are going to cost. so. far.
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this. international russia expels sixty u.s. diplomats the american consulate in petersburg it's all in retaliation of us about our actions by washington the state department says it could now take further measures. there is no justification for the russian response throughout sixty of their people saying that these you or your action is justified there is wasn't we don't see this as a diplomatic tit for tat offer throwing open its doors to refugees germany is now struggling to deport some sixty five thousand failed asylum seekers simply because they have no idea papers. on the fact also need checking claims like us conservative.

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