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The greatest seer since Cassandra

Would appear to be Michel Platini:

"Look at rugby; there are always teams who will win and you can guess the last four every time. The best teams always win".

After all, everyone knew that the last four of the Rugby World Cup would include the Pumas, did they not? I expect he took the bookmakers to la teinturerie....

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Blogger mutleythedog said... 11:07 am

Who did Cassandra play for?  



Blogger Croydonian said... 11:15 am

Mutley - not sure she did, but her local Turkish Super League team would look to be Bursaspor. They do not look to be very good though. Hope that helps.  



Blogger Ed said... 11:20 am

Platini is a thickie.  



Blogger mutleythedog said... 3:15 pm

Was Cassandra Turkish! Blimey! Are you sure?  



Blogger Croydonian said... 3:23 pm

What is now Turkey was her stomping ground, her being a Trojan and all.

However, I believe the folk on the other side of the Aegean regard her as one of theirs.  



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