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World Cup defeat but no trouble on the streets

The Argus: World Cup defeat but no trouble on the streets World Cup defeat but no trouble on the streets

Football fans behaved themselves in Sussex despite England’s devastating World Cup loss.

Sussex Police are reporting that there were no arrests in the county related to the match on Thursday night and the event passed off without reports of any significant incidents.

Extra officers in West Sussex on duty in anticipation of any World Cup incidents related to the match were instead deployed to carry out planned simultaneous arrests of three local men suspected of recent burglaries.

The men, two aged 29 and one aged 27 from the Ashington area, were arrested on suspicion of two burglaries at the end of May.

Garden equipment was taken from a shed in Warnham and one at a house under construction in West Chiltington where buildiing materials were taken.

The trio were interviewed they were released on bail until July 8.

 

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1:51pm Fri 20 Jun 14

SmileyD says...

News?!
News?! SmileyD
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4:42pm Fri 20 Jun 14

stevo!! says...

SmileyD wrote:
News?!
It happened within the last 24 hours, and it takes time to collate all the data.


So yes, this is 'news'.
[quote][p][bold]SmileyD[/bold] wrote: News?![/p][/quote]It happened within the last 24 hours, and it takes time to collate all the data. So yes, this is 'news'. stevo!!
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5:59pm Fri 20 Jun 14

leftysmellbags says...

That's coz most of us have grown up over the past 20-40 years and got used to the overhyped, overpaid, underperforming, self indulgent sycophant so and so's achieving nothing and we have basically given up on them winning anything and so are not that bothered (as a sort of self preservation tactic).I am glad they didn't bring out another "lets do it for England song", as emotions might have been built up to a level that emotion overruns logic.
That's coz most of us have grown up over the past 20-40 years and got used to the overhyped, overpaid, underperforming, self indulgent sycophant so and so's achieving nothing and we have basically given up on them winning anything and so are not that bothered (as a sort of self preservation tactic).I am glad they didn't bring out another "lets do it for England song", as emotions might have been built up to a level that emotion overruns logic. leftysmellbags
  • Score: 1

7:08pm Fri 20 Jun 14

stevo!! says...

leftysmellbags wrote:
That's coz most of us have grown up over the past 20-40 years and got used to the overhyped, overpaid, underperforming, self indulgent sycophant so and so's achieving nothing and we have basically given up on them winning anything and so are not that bothered (as a sort of self preservation tactic).I am glad they didn't bring out another "lets do it for England song", as emotions might have been built up to a level that emotion overruns logic.
Calm down, luv.
[quote][p][bold]leftysmellbags[/bold] wrote: That's coz most of us have grown up over the past 20-40 years and got used to the overhyped, overpaid, underperforming, self indulgent sycophant so and so's achieving nothing and we have basically given up on them winning anything and so are not that bothered (as a sort of self preservation tactic).I am glad they didn't bring out another "lets do it for England song", as emotions might have been built up to a level that emotion overruns logic.[/p][/quote]Calm down, luv. stevo!!
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