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EU representation in great sport events


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So are you now coming round to the Euro-sceptic way of thinking? If so, why simply accept it. Surely, your Platini campaign means you are known in powerful circles so you can fight the Brussels baloney!
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But why _ there are already international organisations to do all that. Don't you think FIFA and even UEFA know more about what is needed to organise a big tournament than the EU does? What purpose does adding an extra level of bureaucracy to an already difficult organising task achieve?
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Seriously, Zenica. Let's debate this (and let's have some thought out details rather than just a line of sloganry). Tell us exactly what benefits you feel the EU being involved would bring to the organisation of major tournaments. It's not as if the US or canada need NAFTA or NATO or Australia needs ASEAN or APAC to organise any tournaments they hold, so why would European events be any different?
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UEFA now is doing a campaign against rassism and want the support of EU. This should be a good way to bring the campaign into all big and also small sport events in Europe.

Well, that's hardly a major contribution to the organisation of big events _ more a "feel good" gesture.

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It would help UEFA no end if they actually followed up all their fine words with some form of meaningful action. We haven't seen anything like that for years (unless it was against the English), and I don't expect them to start any time soon.

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