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  • RE: Angleter Election 2018: Election Night Coverage


    JB: Let's join Matthew Austell and see if he can draw some insight out of the politicians. Matthew, who have you got over there?

    MA: We've got Navdeep Khatkar for the Democrats, re-elected tonight in Palmyra Central; Fr George Guitmund for the Social Democrats, who's stepping down in La Croix St Leufroy but will, I'm sure, be pleased to see the SDP hold that seat; and we've also got Cajetan Norbert for the Citizen Alliance, who's also been re-elected in Digbeth. I'll start with Fr Guitmund - you're ahead now, will you still be ahead at the end of the night?

    GG: I'm growing more and more confident. The last hour or so we've picked up, we've even made some gains in Kingswinford, for instance, and I've actually been looking at the swings. It's a lot better now than we might have thought from the exit poll. In a lot of seats, we're only down by 6 or 7, and if you extrapolate from that, then we should be the largest party by votes and by seats.

    MA: But that's urban seats, and there aren't that many of them left. You've lost a lot of suburban seats and small town seats to the Citizen Alliance tonight. Does the SDP have a problem outside the big cities?

    GG: I don't think we do. Kingswinford isn't exactly central New Birmingham, we've held steady in Oldknow, in my own former seat of La Croix St Leufroy, and so on. There are different swings across the country, but I think we're demonstrating tonight that we're a party of the whole nation.

    MA: Cajetan Norbert, are the Citizen Alliance a party of the whole nation? You've been struggling to make headway in a lot of the main cities - just look at Cernovcy North East.

    CN: Of course we're a party of the whole nation. I'm very sad that we've lost Paul Harris in Cernovcy, he's been a great representative for that city and a great member of our team, but we're making gains all over the country. Frankly, Matthew, it's a bit bizarre for you to throw that question at me when I've been re-elected in Digbeth, in the middle of New Birmingham, we've got four of the five Asten seats, we've gained a seat in Damasz-

    GG: Where's your seat in Neolombardia, Cajetan?

    CN: George knows as well as I do that barely any seats in Neolo-

    GG: OK then, which one are you going to win?

    CN: Can you not interrupt?

    GG: Gladly, but you said Matthew's being bizarre, and I think it's a bit bizarre of you to say you're a party of the whole nation when you're nowhere in one of the biggest provinces.

    CN: If I were George I wouldn't be so sure about Neolombardia right now. We'll see.

    NK: I've got two words to say about Neolombardia: Lodey. West. That's it.

    MA: East.

    NK: That's what I said?

    MA: You said West. You've already got West, you've won East.

    NK: West, then.

    MA: Have the Democrats lost the working class, Navdeep, and if so, how do they get it back? I mean, you're in single figures in a whole host of urban constituencies, in New Birmingham, Damaszka, Dionysias, and so on. Why can't Sue Fareham's Democrats appeal to these voters?

    NK: Well, I think all parties have areas where they're weaker or stronger, a-

    MA: Not so extreme as you. Where do you find the SDP or Citizen Alliance on 7%?

    NK: But I would say the point is that we do have a broad appeal, we're winning urban seats in big and small cities, we're winning in suburbs, and we're winning in the countryside. Tonight is challenging; we knew it would be from months out. But people went around weeks ago saying we'd be annihilated, and despite that, we're very much still here.

    CN: Just about.

    MA: But what about the leadership?

    NK: Sue is our leader, and I don't expect that to change. She's led us through this campaign and we've made some ground from where we were a few months ago, and I think our party is grateful for that.

    MA: But you dropped that far under her in the first place.

    NK: We all know we've had some turbulent times in the last three years, we've gone through a few changes of leadership, and I think the stability that Sue's leadership has offered has now been welcomed by the party and, it seems, by many of the voters who might otherwise have been inclined to turn away from us.

    MA: You mentioned other past leaders - Maria Sakrakur, Levon Bagratian - is it not the case that the only person who can hold the Democrats together, and make them an electable force, is you?

    NK: No. We have great talent in our party, and this has never been a one-man venture. What we're seeing is the effect of, yes, some of the mistakes we made while in government for six years, and also a much more fractured political field.

    MA: Well, we'll see if we can get more answers from some more heavy hitters later on. Back to you, John. 

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  • RE: Angleter Election 2018: Election Night Coverage


    JB: Results coming in thick and fast now. I wonder if you could show us where we stand right now, Pauline.

    PA: Indeed I can, Joh-

    JB: Actually, hold that thought, Pauline, because we're just going to show the result from Phepson, in Quareytene, Sue Fareham's constituency:

    Returning officer: -ham is duly elected Member of Parliament for the Phepson constituency.

    [Loud cheers; Sue Fareham waves triumphantly to her supporters]

    JB: Well, she's in. What's the breakdown?

    [Wait of a few seconds]

    JB: Ah, here we are. 4,79- 4,796? Well. That's hardly a ringing endorsement, is it? That's Democrats down 7, SDP down 9, Citizen Alliance up 12, CSL up 8 having not run there last time out. Was this expected, Preet?

    PK: Sort of, I think is the right answer. The Democrats knew that on the sort of swings the election was promising, their leader's seat could be in doubt, so they did put a lot of resources into it, but the indication had been that they'd been getting more and more confident. But that's more than a bit too close to comfort for them there.

    RM: Preet's right, I think. On a flat national swing, this seat would've been right on the edge, like, virtually a dead heat. But it's not that; it's a seat where the Democrats have been piling in resources, and the Citizen Alliance generally seemed happy to let Phepson suck the Democrats' resources out of other competitive seats. I'm surprised that the majority's so small, but it was well within the realms of possibility, even on the exit poll.

    JB: OK. Let's hear from Sue Fareham, anyway.

    SF: -my deepest thanks for making this election run smoothly. I'd like to turn my attention now to my party. Democrats, we knew this would be a tough campaign. The polls had written us off totally, and it's a real testament to the strength and dedication of our activists, both here in Phepson and across the country, that so many of you kept coming out to campaign for us despite that. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart. And the fruits of your hard work are being revealed tonight. In marginal seats like this, all over Angleter, great Democrat MPs are holding on against an onslaught of leftism and populism. The exit poll says we've done better than anyone would've predicted just a month ago, and so far the results seem to be reflecting that.

    I think it's clear by now that no one party will form a majority government. And how thankful we should all be for that. The only thing worse than the Courtenay-Isla alliance would be either Courtenay or Isla governing alone. I want you all to know that, as I expect there'll be a lot of talks in the coming days, I will keep the interests of the entire Democratic Party, our whole broad church, at the forefront of my mind. It's about making the most of this situation to preserve the free market, family values, a balanced budget, and individual responsibility - the principles that made Angleter great. My door is very much open, both to representatives of the other parties, to my fellow Democrats, and above all, to you, my constituents here in Phepson.

    It is such a privilege that the hardworking people of Phepson have seen fit to elect me as their representative for the second time, amidst a difficult set of national circumstances. Phepson is a wonderful community of ordinary Angleterics who believe in freedom and responsibility, and I am glad to be able to take their values - Angleter's values - back to the Chamber of the Plebeians for the next three years. I will do all I can to help rebuild the Angleter that people in Phepson and across this country showed their faith in when they voted Democrat today. Thank you very much.

    JB: Sue Fareham, there; and actually now we can go to Edessa North and Emryc Isla's victory speech, which follows on from all the Edessa seats being completed:

    EI: As ever, I'd like to thank the returning officer, the police, and all the volunteers whose commitment made this election go as planned. It's sometimes hard to imagine all the work that goes into an election - you just turn up and vote, or you campaign and you wait for the results - but none of it would happen without the hard work of dozens of people in each constituency across the country. It's a huge task, and it would be a crime to let it go thankless.

    It would also be a crime not to celebrate! Tonight we're seeing the true depth of the dagger that the Angleteric people have plunged into the heart of elite rule. It's gone right through it. To come from nowhere, literally nowhere, just two election cycles ago, to the single largest bloc tonight - certainly in terms of votes, and I'm confident also in terms of seats - is one of the truly great stories of people power. None of us were politicians. None of us were celebrities. None of us were exactly billionaires either. The Citizen Alliance has gone viral, and it's gone viral because it's got an authentic, clear message that people want. It's direct democracy. It's citizens first. It's no more DK war. It's no more political correctness. It's no more green lunacy. And yes, it's no refugees! NO REFUGEES!

    So I've already had about 12 billion missed calls from journos probably asking me what I'm going to do about negotiations. Well, I set a little answer machine message for them, which I think gets the point across. I've told them all the exact same thing! My only priority is getting those six policy points through. Whatever best achieves that is what our movement will be going with. It's that simple.

    Now, it's easy to get caught up in national politics. But the reason why the Citizen Alliance has made it so far is because it's a local movement, based on the dogged hard work of ordinary local people who believe in our message. I don't like to call them activists, because that's too political a word - to me, they're just dedicated citizens, doing something for the good of their community and their country. My heartfelt thanks go to them for getting myself and hundreds of other Citizen Alliance MPs elected tonight. Folks, this is your victory!

    But no amount of canvassing can swing an election by itself, because the final verdict belongs to the people of Edessa North. And I am grateful, so grateful, that you have given me the privilege of being your voice in the halls of power once again. The last three years of speaking up for Edessa North, helping thousands of constituents, regardless of which way they may have voted, and working to make this most beautiful part of Angleter's most beautiful city the best it can be, has been so enjoyable, and I am so excited to be returning for three years more of that rewarding work. Edessa North, thank you. And everyone in Angleter who took part in this great democratic process - thank you too. Tonight, we're on the very edge of something big, something new, and something very exciting indeed. Thank you!

    JB: OK, so, Preet, thoughts?

    PK: Upbeat addresses from both Fareham and Isla there, as you'd expect. Fareham is certainly not letting her own close shave, or the overall fact that the Democrats are haemorrhaging seats, get in the way of her message, which is 'we've overcome the odds'. I'm really not sure how that's going to go down among a party faithful who, let's remember, just a few years ago were sweeping all before them. It's already a divided party, and I sense there's going to be some real anger in the party at the fact that they've failed to arrest this constant election-on-election decline.

    As for Emryc Isla, it's interesting that he didn't make that much of a claim of victory. He said he was confident of getting the most seats, but he didn't say he expected to be, or deserved to be, or was going to be Prime Minister. I don't know if that's because the Citizen Alliance works on this sort of false modesty, this sort of 'yes, I'm a big personality, but oh no, it's not about me, it's about the ideas' sort of thing, but it's certainly intriguing.

    JB: Are Sue and Emryc going to be on the phone right now?

    PK: Possibly, but I suspect they'll be waiting until a bit later. Neither side, nor the SDP, or even the CSL, really know right now what cards the electorate have dealt them. They can't rush into negotiations when the facts on the ground could change radically in the course of a couple of hours.

    JB: Thanks, Preet. Now, Pauline. The map.

    PA: Yes, thanks, John. So we've now actually got 160 results in, so we're about a third of the way along.

    Now, as more of the urban seats are coming through, the SDP have retaken the lead in terms of seats, with 66 to the Citizen Alliance's 47. The Democrats are on 37, and the CSL are on 9. Kilroy still with just the one seat, and probably unlikely to improve on that.

    I'll point out a few of the more interesting individual results. Harran, there, in Maien, used to be Judith Gibbon's seat before her brief time as European Councillor - huge swing against the SDP there, and they've lost that to the Citizen Alliance. Remember there was a huge controversy there about there being no by-election after Gibbon quit. Grandmesnil, in eastern Maron, one to watch out for if the Democrats were in meltdown - well, they're not, so they've held that with a slightly reduced majority of just under 15,000.

    Now, Edessa Central and University. Ridiculously big swing and the CSL have taken that from the SDP with a majority of just over 1,500. And we're seeing this all over - CSL winning seats in young, relatively affluent, liberal urban constituencies. Brindley, in the heart of New Birmingham, taken from the Democrats. Neomantua Central, also taken from the Democrats. And perhaps most remarkably, Cernovcy North East, taken from the Citizen Alliance. The CSL appear to be taking votes even off the Democrats, which is all a real vindication of Salma Remington's strategy of focussing on the social issues, not the economic ones.

    JB: So the CSL have gone woke, and it's paying off?

    PA: So it seems, John. And just before you move on, I'll just point out that while the insurgent parties are making most of the headlines tonight, there are still some very competitive old-school SDP/Democrat races. Look at Lodey East - used to be an SDP majority of just over 5,000; now it's a Democrat seat with a majority of just 1,085. Same goes for Damaszka Paul Road, a Democrat gain against the SDP. And in the interest of balance, Kingswinford West used to have a Democrat majority of just 520, and now it's an SDP seat with a 13,000 majority.

    JB: That really goes to underline why this election has been so difficult to read. All sorts of different swings, different contests, and unexpected ones at that, all over the country. What's the popular vote right now, again?

    PA: SDP 32%, Citizen Alliance 29%, Democrats 24%, CSL 12%, Kilroy 2%, others 1%. But expect that to change as the more suburban and rural seats start to pile in later.

    posted in Politics & Incidents
  • RE: Angleter Election 2018: Election Night Coverage


    JB: We're now going to go to Edessa North, where Emryc Isla's seat is declaring. Edessa North.

    Returning officer: -as follows.

    Anton, Muhammad, independent, two thousand, nine hundred and twenty-seven.

    Eriadu, Wilhuff, Coalition for Socialism and Liberation, sixteen thousand, seven hundred and eighty-eight.

    [Some cheering and applause]

    Isla, Emryc Paul, Citizen Alliance, fifty-eight thousa-

    [Very loud cheering, whooping, and applause, with some booing]

    Fifty-eight thousand, one hundred and seventy-fi-

    JB: I'm sorry to have to interrupt that. We'll be coming back to Edessa North a little later - we are expecting some delay before Emryc Isla speaks - but we'll give you the full results as soon as we can. We're going to Bostra-de-Sham, where Sam Courtenay's seat is declaring.

    Returning officer: -tenay, Samuel Robert, Social Democratic Party, sixty-three thousand, eight-hundred and ninety.

    [Loud cheering, whooping, and applause]

    JB: Think that's pretty decisive. While they're finishing up there, we can show you the results card from Edessa North:

    Quite a right-wing suburban seat, but a strong CSL presence. Wilhuff Eriadu is, I believe, the only Kaasian candidate running in these elections. Very obvious statement by the CSL, running him against Emryc Isla. But he's done well, come third, beat the SDP. Edessa is a university town, and there's no shortage of students and lecturers in this seat, even if they're nowhere near enough to dethrone the leader of the Citizen Alliance. Among the also rans, there, you've got someone who's renamed themselves 'Refugee Justice', presumably as some kind of stunt, and our good friend Transcensius, who's representing the A*S*C*E*N*S*I*O*N group, which I believe we are actually allowed to call a cult on TV. 

    PA: Well, maybe one of his nine voters can sue us. I have to say, though, last time he ran in Bickenhill and got eight votes, so there's an improvement right there.

    JB: What I would dearly love to know is where they find the other 41 people they need to nominate them. But anyway, we can now go to Sam Courtenay, after we've shown you the full results from his seat:

    Again, very safe seat, although his majority is slightly down on last time. Hortense Miller, for anyone interested, represents The Luddite Party: Solar Flares Can't Destroy Paper. They used to have seats in Parliament, but that was under proportional representation. Anyway, the Prime Minister - for how long, who knows?

    Sam Courtenay: Thank you. I'd first like to thank the returning officer, the volunteers, and the police officers who made sure we had an orderly election. It couldn't have gone at all, let alone gone as smoothly, without you, so I think I can speak for all the candidates when I offer you my thanks.

    I'd also like to thank the people of Bostra-de-Sham in particular for putting their faith in me to be their MP once again - I know it's hard, when your MP has a ministerial role and therefore has to spend more of their time away in New Birmingham, but I have never stopped fighting for this great town, and I will never stop fighting for you.

    And I'd like to thank the Angleteric people. It's early doors, as I'm sure you're aware - there's about 400 seats still to declare, I think - but I think it's clear that we're in a very strong position to form the next government, whichever form that might take. My door is open to anyone who wishes to work with me if that's what the Parliamentary arithmetic demands, and I'm looking forward to getting to work to make Angleter, and Bostra-de-Sham, an even better place to live.

    Once upon a time they said the SDP would never get back power. When we lost it in 1997, they thought we were gone forever. "Angleter's a right-wing country," they said. Then we proved them wrong. And then they said it's just an experiment, that after one term we'd be back in the wilderness, back where we belong, and we'd let the usual right-wing forces take the power back. Well, whatever happens over the rest of the night, I think we've proven them wrong again - the SDP is here to stay. And let me send a message to the conservatives, the libertarians, the nationalists - you underestimate our party, our movement, our people at your peril. Thank you.

    JB: Well, quite an upbeat speech there.

    PA: Very upbeat, very rabble-rousing in tone there, which is no surprise in that great SDP heartland, but what's interesting is he talked about "whichever form" the government would take, he talked about talking to other parties, he even just boasted about being "here to stay." It's about as close as you'll get at the moment to an admission that they're not going to get a majority government. And until about 11pm this evening that had been a very serious possibility.

    JB: He's also confident about forming a government, which indicates that they're expecting their fortunes to pick up somewhat, because right now that is far from certain.

    PA: Either that or he's been talking to the Democrats.

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  • RE: Angleter Election 2018: Election Night Coverage


    PA: ...and with that we're up to 100 seats declared.

    JB: 100 up! And how is it looking, Pauline?

    PA: The Citizen Alliance are now running ahead, with 38 seats, followed by the SDP on 33, and the Democrats on 23. The CSL have racked up 5 seats, while Robert Kilroy-Silk has been returned in Yavur Central. And let's take a look at some of these Citizen Alliance gains, starting with two from the SDP - Einissa in Diglath, one of three Citizen Alliance gains in that province already, and Hulas Valley in Sham.

    So some fairly huge swings here, the Citizen Alliance had been third in both constituencies. They're up by 15 in Einissa and 12 in Hulas Valley. SDP down by 12 in both. Democrats down by 9 in Einissa and 14 in Hulas Valley. This really is exactly what Emryc Isla will want to be seeing. I'll also show you one gain from the Democrats, in Lower Gemayel in Livan.

    And that's Citizen Alliance up 15, Democrats down 14, SDP down 9. Again, another seat where they'd been quite a distant third last time out, and these are exactly the sort of seats they need to win if they want to have a shot at being the largest party at the end of the night.

    JB: I see. But it's not all plain sailing for them, is it?

    PA: Not quite. In fact, we've just had the result from Yavur Central, Robert Kilroy-Silk's old seat, where he was restanding. Now, this is the third time the Citizen Alliance have tried to take this seat; they've unseated the other Kilroy MP, Pete Gabitas, in Yavur North East - Eleanor Ross is the new MP there - but once again, Robert Kilroy-Silk has pulled it out of the bag with a majority of just over 1,000.

    And one of the other big stories of the night has to be the CSL and their shift towards a more young, middle-class voter base. We've already seen them go backwards in Mahin, they've also now lost Talfitt Hill, an old mining area, to the Citizen Alliance, but they've come out already with five seats. Let's take a look at Tadmoor, which used to be a Communist seat, went SDP in 2015, and plays host to both a large working-class community and a lot of students from the University of New Birmingham as well as young professionals and recent graduates.

    So Rita Sandhu BTFO there after one term, Salma Remington, the party's spokeswoman, in, and everyone else quite a way back. Certainly no Citizen Alliance surge in Tadmoor. I'll also point out that the CSL are up to three seats in New Birmingham now, with Asten Central and Palham Junction, both very young seats demographically, going to them.

    posted in Politics & Incidents
  • RE: Australia - Government Ministries

    25 June 2018

    What we have seen in Kyrzbek has been nothing short of an embarrassment. We call on both sides to go to the negotiation table and for Kyrzbek self-determination to be given. It is clear that the situation between the Government of Turkmenbaijan and Kyrzbek minorities is untenable. As a result, Australia will close its borders with Turkmenbaijan and will consider other actions at the European level including the petitioning for an embargo until the Government of Turkmenbaijan stops subjecting the Kyrzbek minority to stay in a country that they clearly do not want to be a part of. Instead, we call on a referendum on the future of the Kyrzbek region with a vote for Kyrzbeks only. 

    This has gone on long enough, and the Government of Turkmenbaijan has to be better than this. The Australian federal government will have no choice but to impose sanctions and an embargo on movement between Australia and Turkmenbaijan if the situation does not improve. 

    The Hon. Hillary Clinton, MP

    Prime Minister of the Federal Republic of Australia

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  • RE: Australian News Media

    Government Defends Refugee Policy

    CANBERRA --- The Clinton Government, though re-elected, is facing a much sterner test from the National Party opposition, as their numbers also increased from both the Centre Alliance and Pauline Hanson's One Nation. The Progressives are looking to continue their policies on refugees, illustrated by new Foreign Minister Richard Marles at the National Press Club of Australia in an important speech regarding Australia's future in the region.

    "Australia's commitment and the Government's commitment to taking in refugees from Dromund Kaas is unwavering. We will continue to screen and take in the refugees that we can from Dromund Kaas in a safe, secure manner. We do not want to see a Piccadilly Circus style attack on Australian soil, but to vilify the victims in a situation is ultimately not sustainable," Foreign Minister Marles said to the Press Club. 

    This is a stark contrast to pre-election and pre-Emma Granger statements made by the Clinton Government, which called for Australia to increase its take of refugees in light of the tragedies, including the torpedoing of a refugee boat by Pravoslaviya. What has changed? As Mrs. Clinton and the Progressive Party of Australia moved closer to majority government and ultimately solidifying its grip on the Australian centre-left, it was taking on far more responsibility than it had in its history as the soon to be de facto major party of the left and one of the two major parties in Australia, as it has dwarfed Labor. It has made it, however, an easy target for National to stick onto the Progressives all of the same attacks that it had done during the previous Rudd-Gillard Labor Government. As such, trying to distance itself away from the Rudd-Gillard-Abbott-Turnbull years of divisive politics, it has seen its message pivot more towards the changing public opinions. A Newspoll suggested that only 49% of Australians approve of the Government's handling of the refugee situation, with 40% saying that Australia should take no more refugees until the war was properly over in Dromund Kaas, and 11% stating that the refugees were really economic migrants and should be deported back to Dromund Kaas.

    Enter Pauline Hanson.

    "The Clinton Government, one of the most corrupt governments in Australian history, is willing to sell out the ordinary Australian worker for Kaasians. We've seen them working to sell out Australian jobs, and they have lied about the fact that these refugees have nowhere else to go. We should be helping them in THEIR country, not bringing them to Australia. We will be swamped by Sith Kaasians and Australia is not a country where their perverse religion and laws should be accepted. Sith Law will take over Australia, and I'm trying to tell people that we have to be ready," Hanson said in her hometown of Ipswich. 

    Hanson has forced National Party leader Christian Porter to take a harder stance on immigration, refugees, and has pushed many conspiracy controversies regarding Hillary Clinton into the forefront. As a result, even though the Progressive Party won the election fairly conclusively, Mrs. Clinton's personal approval ratings have dipped for the first time, sitting at 51% for preferred Prime Minister while Mr. Porter's have increased to 39%, up nearly 9 points since the election. 

    Councillor Granger seems to be having an effect on the right in Europe as well, with the United Kingdom's Nigel Farage and others coming out against the policies of Theresa May and her government. She wanted nations to stop what she calls "national selfishness" but is she fuelling an anger among the right that could see populism of the right swept into power in future elections?

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  • RE: UEFA European Championships: Australia 2018

    Day Seven

    Fremet vs. Icholasen

    ANZ Stadium, Sydney, NSW

    Match Statistics

    3Shots On Goal6
    1Free Kicks2
    0Own Goals0
    2Yellow Cards3
    0Red Cards0
    • Attendance: 77,075 
    • Added Time: 3 minutes

    Match Events

    2: Icholasen takes a shot. That's off target.
    3: Icholasen takes a shot. That's off target.
    8: Fremet takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    9: Fremet is shown a Yellow Card.
    11: Fremet takes a shot. That's off target.
    16: Fremet is shown a Yellow Card.
    20: Icholasen takes a shot. That's off target.
    21: Icholasen takes a shot. That's off target.
    25: Fremet takes a shot. That's off target.
    27: Fremet takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    33: Fremet takes a shot. That's off target.
    35: Icholasen is shown a Yellow Card.
    38: Fremet takes a shot. That's off target.
    40: Icholasen takes a shot. That's off target.
    41: Icholasen takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    45: Fremet takes a shot. That's off target.
    58: Fremet takes a shot. That's off target.
    59: Icholasen is shown a Yellow Card.
    60: Fremet takes a shot. That's off target.
    62: Icholasen takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    66: Icholasen takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    68: Icholasen takes a shot. That's off target.
    69: Icholasen takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    76: Icholasen takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    78: Fremet takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    80: Fremet takes a shot. That's off target.
    84: Icholasen is shown a Yellow Card.
    85: Icholasen takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.

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  • RE: UEFA European Championships: Australia 2018

    Day Seven

    Luxemlandberg vs. Montenbourg

    Lang Park/Brisbane Stadium, Brisbane, QLD

    Match Statistics

    6Shots On Goal3
    1Free Kicks2
    0Own Goals0
    0Yellow Cards1
    0Red Cards0
    • Attendance: 57,310
    • Added Time: 1 minutes

    Match Events

    6: Luxemlandberg takes a shot. That's off target.
    7: Montenbourg takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    14: Montenbourg is shown a Yellow Card.
    21: Montenbourg takes a shot. That's off target.
    24: Luxemlandberg scores! The scorer was (10)
    49: Luxemlandberg scores! The scorer was (7)
    52: Montenbourg takes a shot. That's off target.
    53: Luxemlandberg takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    55: Montenbourg takes a shot. That's off target.
    63: Luxemlandberg takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    67: Luxemlandberg takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    70: Montenbourg takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    74: Montenbourg takes a shot. That's off target.
    83: Montenbourg takes a shot. That's off target.
    86: Luxemlandberg takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.
    88: Montenbourg takes a shot. It's on target, but saved.

    posted in Culture & Sport
  • RE: UEFA European Championships: Australia 2018

    Day Six

    Luz de Libertados vs. Turkmenbaijan

    Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, SA

    Match Statistics

    Luz de LibertadosTeamTurkmenbaijan
    11Shots On Goal3
    2Free Kicks1
    0Own Goals0
    3Yellow Cards2
    0Red Cards0
    • Attendance: 45,932 
    • Added Time: 2 minutes

    Australia vs. Scoye

    OPTUS Stadium, Perth, WA

    Match Statistics

    5Shots On Goal3
    0Free Kicks4
    0Own Goals0
    2Yellow Cards3
    0Red Cards0

    Attendance: 75,035 

    Added Time: 2 minutes

    posted in Culture & Sport

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