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Thoughts on a foreign clash of the English titans

15 May 2021

9:00 AM

15 May 2021

9:00 AM

Thank heavens the Champions League final is being played in Portugal, now Turkey’s off the menu (sorry). It will certainly be a damn sight easier to get to than Wembley: have you tried to go round the North Circular these days? And at least the capital will not have to accommodate what is ominously described as ‘the Uefa family’, all 2,000 of them.

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