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14,000 Year Old Bread

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 2 years ago

14,000 Year Old Bread

"For a long time. The story went that bread making arose. With the advent of agriculture during the Neolithic era possibly around nine thousand five hundred years ago in Anatolia Turkey bazaars moon for some time that the equipment for making bread like grinding stones for pulverizing grain had existed for thousands of years prior in two thousand eighteen when scientists discovered evidence of bread making in the black desert of northeast, Jordan dated back fourteen thousand four hundred years, they updated the story archaeological excavations at the site. Coach shoe Baker one show that the not few and people from the time yours ninety five different types of plants in their fireplace. Cooking and the two years gathered these ingredients from the surrounding area painstaking analysis using a scanning electron microscope shows that the Jordanian Brad included, high quality flowers from wild cereals like barley, I'm Cornyn oats being cooked over over. Fire the bread probably resembled a multi grain crackers symbol to Matza bread in the Jewish feast of Passover, the uncovered remains don't contain yeast is uncertain whether these cooks had access to it when the two of you also put tubers from water plants called club rushes into their brains. We typically think that hunter gatherers diets focused on meat and seafood, the discoveries in the black desert confirmed that plant based diets are very old and important to human development, Birkt foods of a higher glycemic index and raw food, and this discovery shows the hunter gatherers innovated on ways to increase the calorie count in their foods through baking, the ripped more energy from their diets and may have helped drive the agriculture revolution. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. We're on the web at a moment of science dot org. I'm Yale Cassandra Daren Ganga.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Sixteenth seeded ri the fishman come it great does the it grow up to be the ncaa's still upper lipscomb johnny oh sixty seven fifty shades of grayson allen ties for sale for ten dollars and stop the from ian frank this mcmanus's informed us that she survived swimming and eating fish out of the potomac for those of us who are out of market for news channel eight can someone please confirm that miss mcmanus has not grown an extra penny or developed a healthy green glow as a result of our exposure to the river from jason jones millersville maryland please forward me all of your monopoly tickets that's it that's all i've got forward them here take them send them what's the ray madda in houston texas first time longtime on tuesday show you got you read an email from a little jeff martin he's emails simply asked me to sign his toaster which left the gang confused i believe mr martin this is a reference to the infamous klay thompson toaster signing from two thousand seventeen thompson was asked by fan to sign a toaster which resulted in this wonderful picture of a puzzle klay staring at a toaster and he ended up signing it after the incident went viral the warriors subsquently finished thirty one and two and won the nba championship so i need to sign the toaster apparently because dope put somebody into win strap you might be the key to finding the last monopoly ken fuse into moines iowa kirk ginny add sweet potatoes avocado diet potomac fish tori names kiwi tony talks about stormy the post picks the nats shocker and a top it off the immortal brown eyed girl death no show ever we had no show really from eric in mifflin berg pennsylva.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"There are stiff you all gone delayed great weight highs inga just passed away all right i thought they were all going wayne high zanga founded three different four right and then blockbuster lose the ordination oh big todo nation like bought the nineteen ninety seven world series and then said it because i lost thirty four year firestone digital but you know his his great regret was not winning with the dolphins is that's all they want to do is one of the dolphins to counter men would mike saying adjusted for inflation rookie does become the highest grossing sports moving because in those days it was two dollars to get into the move right now and a rookie it did win best picture rocky rocky three and rookie four onetwothree position i don't know rookie to didn't make that's down at number eight heaven can wait which was also sort of an underrated movie good movie warren beatty good movie funny movie funny movie yeah the rams that's right again rams i don't trust your reporting no shit you know that's funny move having kim weights funny i don't trust nigel's reporting this that's fair so we haven't the big thing this weekend is the final four we were going to have pat forty on we cannot connect with pat we're getting asked pat a bunch of questions about the final four but we have the socialite whose who is pretty much the same as pat forty essential ours i'm concerned afraid of baby boy buzi taken the title.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"I've seen cherries fire okay that was a funny story about that the late great blockbuster video down on connecticut avenue in cleveland park that was next herman sports which became a petco which both now closed blockbuster video there and this is where i sort of have the dividing line michael millennials but we're millennials who remember getting the blockbuster you had to get the blockbuster on friday morning all the good stuff was gone right there on thursday night i would complain to my parents before the weekend we thursday night because those goons are going to take it all so i was in blockbuster film i wanted to see with taken you know they used to have the video the movie taken no dvd we're talking we're talking v h s on the h s was today rental zuhdi i wanted to see and i was sort of moping around in my mom goes well there's chariots of fire i go what chase far she's you haven't seen it up says mom i'm twelve how would i see great she gets you have to see it yeah so she took it and i was very upset i want to go get some other stupid adam sandler movie or something and i watched it and tear it up it's it's it's the same movies in the top ten this is the same way ended up seeing all the president's men what i wanted to see was taken out right found my way into that which is great who've grateful these seem like they were just released yesterday to me but they were released thirty hours driving in connecticut a two years ago and i saw blockbuster video i had to pull over the side of the road to take.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"That's very good so we had lived highest grossing sports films number one the blindside number two wow the waterboy which is not number three the longest yard the remaining life so that's me yeah and we have number four talladega nights again not really a sportsman's pretty funny though i have to concede here here the rockies rocky four rocky three and five and six seabiscuit at seven blades of glory remember remember the titans nine and unbroken at ten that's not a sports on broken a war movie isn't it lay ran though it was in at least two seem to fix so you know what was a really good movie was moneyball money works movie and it's a really good movie now something like some of the things like pride of the yankees do you like that it's fine i mean joe slowly slowly was was good brian niro was in that too that was a good movie just to find a word about van jealous that did win the academy would for best original music school and when he talked about it they were like you didn't use period music and because he's very modern music for somebody we sit in nineteen twenty four and he said the maintenance was the story itself the rest i did instinctively without thinking about anything else other express my feelings with the technological means available to me at the time fabulous scenes it's become we'll see young old school it was paired yet an old school doing you're too young for for 'em to you have you seen it have you seen charity fire.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Do you think made walmart now realize this yeah the it's they're still selling all of the tabloids aren't they all the tabloid yes maxim fhm national enquirer and all that kind of stuff yes rage when michael and i were fourteen and i say that national enquirer they get it right right they do tend to get it right yes they do so yes kuzma pulled all these columns about what you need to do in bed and all these sorts of things and what i'm sort of what every kid with an iphone kid have the total exploration of the universe now pulling cosmopolitan from walmart is not going to allow little johnny groping a world without sex stop it seriously just stopping reverend lou evangelical don't care about stormy so why are you why are you do you do you have the news on on the doctor i didn't have that but it's basically i don't trump has appointed his the presidential doctor presence doctor who has no experience in management or running anything apparently would have been to what did he do they said the president was two hundred thirty nine pounds that got him a job that's the tape you got the job yes yes donald trump appoints people he knows people he watches on tv which is why i said to aldridge the other day you could be the secretary of commerce if trump like the nba bryant he would go david turner he's pretty good how'd you like to be sectarian commerce tune in next week on trump to see what he does next roseanne did very well the reboot we talked about this briefly yesterday i never watched it i was a fan of this but apparently people were very excited for the two premiere attracted eighteen point two million viewers mendes for a television series that's tremendous abc's best results for an hour long telecast since the fall of two thousand six this tremendous with all of the things you can watch now to actually watch one show on network television this is what the other night the interview would stormy daniels on sixty minutes twenty russ who million people in sort these are nfl playoff numbers and that's what people want it's very smart the way they've marketed it in the sense of tying roseanne to trump because there's a.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Right yeah that's right i was touched a pro football player who died of a drug overdose within one day of len bias i forgotten his name with the cleveland browns as i was done and i've forgotten that was that was a one day story lynn bias was eight years years story every year after that with maryland it would be arcane you overcome the len bias circumstance and it was and there's the people at done don rogers yes to the okay he makes the hall of fame he's a half he's a health but he's not a wolf he's not a wa yes that's really why have been named the the most recent class of wall of fame at the nats ballpark has been named and i will tell you who these len bias we talked about len bias limb bias and told we absolutely should orally deserving to be in their walt williams who stayed at maryland when he could have gone that's stayed at maryland and brought honor to the school peter bondra of the washington of the washington capitals david oil the general manager of the washington capitals steve buck hanson luke wants to tell a st buck can't story spot here we see the longtime voice of the whiskey dagger a lot of folks will be why are you bring up luke but when you're a season ticket holder of the washington wizards they give you this insane little magazine we'll call it which the nationals has since gotten rid of and say you have to do it digitally and the magazine has beecher's about the players like to do in washington who they are where they're from that used to give you the roster of the other team which was very helpful they don't do that anymore that's supposed to be on your iphone but i wanna look down with the roster is you don't know half the players the nba now because we went strapped it on potential all that being said though there is an advertisement that included steve buck hands a very lovely fifty something year old man right probably in six districts totally shirtless and flexing can i don't remember what the ad council alan awry in there which we would not do i recall a single thing that's ever been.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"But what are they taking on are you taking on too much when you do that and maybe beckham and maybe odell beckham yeah so bill plaski had the line that i love he called him the legion of google which is pretty good ken you're taking a huge risk but i think it's a risk worth taking because that locker room is really solid if you've ever been in there and have not there it's a it's a very sort of cohesive unit that i think can handle any type of personality and that coaches the same way he's very good at handling that type of thing but there's no question it's a big risk but it's worth it i mean su be she put him next to aaron donald that's like almost unfair peters is a really talented player to leave as a future hall of famer who can still play the these are not they didn't get guide in the last year of their of their nfl lives who can't play anymore her struck these are they got to lead can still play sue can still play and peers as young it's a they add these guys to mix of already highly talented team has todd gurley on it it's it's a risk worth taking and they're going to be a force and that it's funny that whole that visit out turns into an arms race between the niners and them yes and it's gonna be really fun to visit a watch with the seahawks also it's fun i mean that division is going to be is going to be like the nfc when we were back in the day coming in the eighties and the nineties where you had the giants and washington and philly and that's what it's going to be like now in the nfc west you on the watch but i think.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Yeah hon one hundred percent because somebody is saying look we let kids play that kids play that concept of heads up football they're not they're not being differently well people are trying to teach differently and so when you when you get into the pros ten years from now players may be different but the players who are in the pros now are going to go crazy about this right you'll hear this day after day after day mike the tsegaye guy like like i don't know what josh norman does i don't db's what do they did what they do what do you think mike there they're going crazy yeah they're they're going nuts now talking about this josh norman richard sherman sherman hates everyone that's why like what you he hates every acid yeah everything did you can't do anything that richard sherman doesn't hate fidel it's simply amazing great male sherman wrote to his floor in when he was at stanford because people were being loud discu goal richard sherman stanford floor email hysteria out calls out all of the kids on his big too loud and hates every it's great god for him though i like him i i don't know that i would like him if i had to deal with them every day but i'm like speaking of which i get you one football question one foot question the los angeles rams in an attempt to win right now which is smart i wish basketball teams that are baseball teams and not all of them do los angeles rams have picked up a keep to lead marcus peters and indomesia consume all of whom are pro bowl talented players and all of whom have been suspended either by their teams or the league rule number one do not let them lock together in one corner.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Vokhan phrase this i think it's gonna end up looking like college and now the rest of the manage that and the thing about this rule tony is it's really not necessary because players don't really use their heads the way they did not the nineteen seventy they don't use their helmets as weapons anymore but that's exactly what rich mckay said the director of the competition committee that he felt that players were using their heads as weapons i think defensive backs do it all the time i think that running backs do it all the time you watch a lot more football than i do but i i think this is a rule that is aimed specifically at concussions and this is a rule to keep football alive to the general public sees it now as the beginnings of slaughter and i guess you disagree with that no a couple things you said are done on my point is i don't i don't you know rich mckay is a longtime football guy that we respect really smart he's good at what he does and has been for a long time i disagree that the football that i see i don't see them using their heads away that the league says that's just me see it that way but you're right about the other part of it which is i think the rule of aimed more at pr the league sees what a lot of people see it hasn't that still a directed hit the the ratings yet but the league sees that some people look at the sport and see they have a better understanding what it does to the mind and they don't wanna watch it to the league is trying to use this to head that off but this doesn't stop c t.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"This comes to us from pastor jim kroger in eljay georgia writes this past weekend especial privilege of conducting the marriage ceremony for my daughter allison and are now husband bandy fuller in the past played bandies music on the podcast this particular song title breathless one that he wrote from my daughter while they were dating as a longtime little be great here you mentioned their names and wish them well as they begin their lives together which we can do and we can also mention that marcus nolan is in the crowd today seven birthday so we're lovely names yes it is yes it is mike freeman of bleacher report joins us now i wanted to get freeman on just because of this what i think is potentially an earth shaking nfl rule change having to do i might have to close the door little bit having to do not so much with helmettohelmet but mike helmet to anything helmet to anything you're going to get a fifteen yard penalty if you leave lead with your head which all running backs do when they're about to be tackled you can be thrown out of the game i guess if it's considered truly agrees what how did this come about and what do you make of it tonio is going to be with you it's really one of the most significant changes in those made on the field in decades grin i don't think people fully understand the the impact is going to have on the game it's going to change in a lot of ways how the game is played how it looks the games are going to be longer there's going to be more delays the nfl says it's still sort of working out how the rules going to go but it's going to look something like college which is a awful putrid rule in college i mean it's terrible because guys get thrown out of the game over decisions that are made in milliseconds and that's gonna see in the nfl the rest are already have hard time they're like half the rest can't keep up the speed of the game now and so now you're going to have is rule where helmets helmet hit or helmet lowering your head or how.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"I think the patriots are distinct from every other team in the nfl and i think if the patriots had found value in colin kaepernick regardless of what he had done on the sidelines i think they would have signed him maybe but they didn't and it's it's how it appears to this particular point to the personnel point what surprises me most about this because let's use capital he's a cabinet quarterback yeah tom brady tom brady is the least capper nick like quarterback man's zell like quarterback russell wilson like quarterback in the league if you put him out there you'd have to change your entire offense ally i mean it just that's what struck me as so weird that johnny manziel for that team yeah although that team does weird things beyond even his ability to potentially compete for an nfl job i just look at the the immense amount of privilege that exists in his life at just by think about socially the fact that he had this fall and he had the security system in place to protect him and he had the wherewithal to look to family and he's now able to rise up so quickly it's three years that that's years that's and he renamed for somebody forget the laughing stock for somebody who was suffering from substance abuse fuse i think it is age and just his lifestyle i don't think i can go to addiction at this point but the fact that he had those systems in place just speaks to the privilege around him that would not necessarily be available to a lot of other fall at lawrence phillips see that level.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"He was always i think the best of the joystick video game quarterbacks right in college if you've sort of put michael vick up there is the apotheosis of the joystick quarterback that i would put johnny manziel right there and then they translate that to the nfl the best to do it it's probably victim russell wilson to be honest with you there's really not a long track record of success that i would take this step higher i think culturally this is very bad for the nfl because it essentially validates everything that capital has said and the critics of the nfl have said as well which is that to be black man in the nfl you have to do things at such a higher rate of acceptance than if you're white here's a guy johnny manzo who threw away his opportunity caught got caught in vegas when he was supposed to being concussion protocol got caught with drugs oversleeping practice here's a guy cabinet went to super bowl didn't do anything illegal and sin stood up for social justice right he can't get an interview ryan bansal apparently has the best team in the league trying to bring him in so if he comes in he probably get two year long suspension but if the nfl allows him to come in because i personally think that capital was blackballed i think the nfl behind the scenes of i was goodell i would try and stop this because it's going to be really bad fallout from from the african american community and i'll say anyone who's who's who's woke shall we do you think do you think that if the do you think the patriots see.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"You would not think no given when he has to carry the team and score basically all the points and i think that's where he's looking at just this internal piece of i have blinders on i'm not even looking at what hardens doing across the street and mj i'm already looking behind him in the mirrors i think this is i think everything he talks about is sort of legacy talk now for the brian james which brings me to johnny manziel who was an enormous enormous star in college was the most exciting quarterback i ever saw in college and then he something happened to him he either he quite possibly had a drug addiction and quite possibly had a personality disorder which is what he talks about now and he failed miserably in cleveland and he really did but the question becomes did he fail because he was a bad quarterback or did he fail because of this personality stuff 'cause when you hear him talk now he sounds very diff different he sounds completely committed to a straight line to get back into football and support of family which he used to not deal with at all he ran away from family so so i totally with his father yes if he's a different person and still the same quarterback is he nfl material the patriots have apparently expressed interest in him the patriots now the patriots do this a lot the patriots take people and sometimes it fails like albert hanes worth but sometimes it succeeds like garrett blunt mean they'll take somebody problematic randy moss he had the greatest they didn't win in win at all he had the greatest year of his life and he's a hall of famer with tom brady what you guys are so much younger than i so much closer to johnny manziel what do you see when you see him.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"Talking to michael jordan i think that everything would bron james says now is to say to michael jordan essentially this this just you and me gets us the last thirty years in basketball it's just you and me and i know i won't get six titles i get that but it's just you and me we're the best outdated further think this is the time of year we're traditionally we see the braun come up with some sort of mental game will yes yawn follows the team on instagram death later in the past this to me is sort of okay how am i gonna motivate myself for these playoffs where lot of people are picking us three in the east where we're gonna fall we might be able to get past boston people doing it bass toronto the wizards mike you a series in the first round at cetera et cetera this is the i don't get enough respect you have to know who i am i'm lebron ethic jay i'm playing the entire season at age thirty three this red on my title tread and the other person he's talking to side from nj what you're absolutely correct is dan gilbert dan we hates who i hate you better know better pay me out if you if you want me back you'd better pay and you better pay the people around me and you better get the coach that i want or just make me coach lou hasn't they haven't missed and they're not going to miss tyron the coach the coach on the general manager paul silence the coach the cavs lebron was twenty and lebron listening great player caress listen i totally agree with you on the you know i think he's really just having an internal monologue at this point he's already looking asked mj and what struck me about his comments was i want to change the narrative on what it means to be a fifteen year vet because that's only something that i can do and if you look at the numbers this year point similar to to that mvp run from away to twenty thirteen or so up slightly in assists and rebounds which.

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"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

The Tony Kornheiser Show

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show

"But they've they've kind of had a similar trajectory of the nats in the last few years right first round exits and they haven't made the anything not the last ten to fifteen they were out it's a it's a tough division to compete for these last five years with the cubs very very good yeah the pirates were very good the milwaukee brewers are getting very good they picked up some real people anyway so there were two things i wanted to talk about in the open to the show today one is lebron james saying the other day he was asked the question who would you vote for mvp and he said vote for me anyone on at forty one last night okay this was after the game they lost the team only scored seventy nine points miami and he went on and on and on about how bad the team has been and he actually used the fro the phrase how i kept the team afloat i kept the team afloat modesty not virtue of lebron james anymore and lebron james is we would all agree the best player in basketball right yes shit i pick if yes so he could be the it's like michael jordan every he could be the mvp every year and people just get tired of voting for him so steph curry got a couple of times and kevin durant got at once and west broad last year and hardly get it this year but he would be the overall number one selection so i was thinking and i wonder what you think about this that why especially this year the braun has touted himself when he's had very big point games he says that's the best i can do and he's talked about this year this the best i can play and he hasn't missed any games he used to take ten days off in the middle of the entering break to go to go to miami lay outside while plate in the cold somewhere heating care that that was to regenerate this year working with and it's similar to the tom brady circumstance working with a trainer a medical group that's not the teams but getting great results great results so i thought that he's not even talking to the person who has that question i think he's.

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"matza" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on ESPN FC

"You need to be versatile which was a problem at chelsea fa matza and even a problem that has a to a certain extent he wasn't quite doing what murray near once it he wasn't so pressing enough working hard for the team for guessing about being the individual and i think that's not so timidly what marie near looks for in a player he doesn't really like individuals so much yes it's great to have good individuals but ultimately the main joke to play for jobs and marine nearest to work for the team and i think pulpit can still do a lot more on that from id going back in time to last week just a question for you you're a welltraveled mine where does the burn about rank in your favorite venues to visit it is definitely up the in terms of being a superb structure right said last week i stupidly forgot mike how i went to switzerland where it was cold i didn't take a cow on on some madrid under though spain it in february it's very cold at night you took in light a few degrees centigrade so it was called that but the pattern of baby only stadium i've ever been to has heat twos coming down from the roof these huge pizzas as it is if you in a she's ship all basic i've seen the cold though obscene all that smoking doors now in in america and then in the uk so these huge powerful heats is key warm it's a magnificent structure a wrestle a brand new stadium effectively always full and and this the teeth though they do that the mosaic before the game is amazing so it's definitely a that but for me personally the um the center calderon the fullness stadium.

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"matza" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"matza" Discussed on Caught Offside

"You need to be versatile which was a problem at chelsea fa matza and even a problem that has a to a certain extent he wasn't quite doing what murray near once it he wasn't so pressing enough working hard for the team for guessing about being the individual and i think that's not so timidly what marie near looks for in a player he doesn't really like individuals so much yes it's great to have good individuals but ultimately the main joke to play for jobs and marine nearest to work for the team and i think pulpit can still do a lot more on that from id going back in time to last week just a question for you you're a welltraveled mine where does the burn about rank in your favorite venues to visit it is definitely up the in terms of being a superb structure right said last week i stupidly forgot mike how i went to switzerland where it was cold i didn't take a cow on on some madrid under though spain it in february it's very cold at night you took in light a few degrees centigrade so it was called that but the pattern of baby only stadium i've ever been to has heat twos coming down from the roof these huge pizzas as it is if you in a she's ship all basic i've seen the cold though obscene all that smoking doors now in in america and then in the uk so these huge powerful heats is key warm it's a magnificent structure a wrestle a brand new stadium effectively always full and and this the teeth though they do that the mosaic before the game is amazing so it's definitely a that but for me personally the um the center calderon the fullness stadium.

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