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[英伦广角] 2016-11-19 FIFA罚款处罚英格兰和苏格兰

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England’s Prize(an) manager paused to remember ahead of their armistice day match against Scotland again had sparked more debates about poppies and remembrance in the oldest football rivalry. The squad trained for the final time without poppies on their kit, but both teams were wearing them for the match displayed on black armbands in defiance of the FIFA. They could be fined or have points deducted from breaching a rule, bands the display of political symbols on national kit. The FA says that FIFA has got it wrong. And all British Legion hopes to raise 45-million from its poppy-appeal has backed them. I think it’s really important there is given opportunity to choose for themselves. The fact that our football match is happening on Armistice Day itself is so important so to give the players the opportunity to change. I think it’s the right thing to do. I’m very, very grateful for the support they are showing. The poppy is synonymous with remembrance. But the symbol has become sensitive in recent years, for some a compulsory show of patriotism. Fifteen years ago, England played on Nov. 10 and there was no poppy and no protest. Today, public figures, television presenters and football clubs are criticized for not displaying them. This week the BBC faces criticism after it put a poppy on the cookie monster in an attempt to avoid giving offence. The sentence on us will be in the centre of the nation’s two-minute silence, a profound gesture of gratitude and respect to those who lost their lives in conflict. But the debate around football and poppies has raised the question as to whether not wearing one of these amounts to disrespect, and whether remembrance can still be a personal private choice. Author Michael (Morpergel) has written movingly about WWI, most famously in War Horse. He believes that the poppy is personal but profoundly important. What I don’t like about the poppy is the should factor. I don’t think anyone should wear it. I wear it. That’s my business. And the other people wish to wear it, it’s their business.  We are a free country. No should about it. If the team as a whole are decided, English team, the Scottish team, the Welsh team, whatever, to wear poppies, then of course, why not? While England and Scotland defy FIFA, Wales and Northern Ireland will not wear poppies, except their many other ways to honour the fallen. This morning, debate will still by silence.  Paul Kelsas, Sky News.

[Homework]2016-11-19 FIFA罚款处罚英格兰和苏格兰

England’s Prize(an) manager paused to remember ahead of their armistice day match against Scotland again had sparked more debates about poppies and remembrance in the oldest football rivalry. The squad trained for the final time without poppies on their kit, but both teams were wearing them for the match displayed on black armbands in defiance of the FIFA. They could be fined or have points deducted from breaching a rule, bands the display of political symbols on national kit. The FA says that FIFA has got it wrong. And all British Legion hopes to raise 45-million from its poppy-appeal has backed them. I think it’s really important there is given opportunity to choose for themselves. The fact that our football match is happening on Armistice Day itself is so important so to give the players the opportunity to change. I think it’s the right thing to do. I’m very, very grateful for the support they are showing. The poppy is synonymous with remembrance. But the symbol has become sensitive in recent years, for some a compulsory show of patriotism. Fifteen years ago, England played on Nov. 10 and there was no poppy and no protest. Today, public figures, television presenters and football clubs are criticized for not displaying them. This week the BBC faces criticism after it put a poppy on the cookie monster in an attempt to avoid giving offence. The sentence on us will be in the centre of the nation’s two-minute silence, a profound gesture of gratitude and respect to those who lost their lives in conflict. But the debate around football and poppies has raised the question as to whether not wearing one of these amounts to disrespect, and whether remembrance can still be a personal private choice. Author Michael (Morpergel) has written movingly about WWI, most famously in War Horse. He believes that the poppy is personal but profoundly important. What I don’t like about the poppy is the should factor. I don’t think anyone should wear it. I wear it. That’s my business. And the other people wish to wear it, it’s their business.  We are a free country. No should about it. If the team as a whole are decided, English team, the Scottish team, the Welsh team, whatever, to wear poppies, then of course, why not? While England and Scotland defy FIFA, Wales and Northern Ireland will not wear poppies, except their many other ways to honour the fallen. This morning, debate will still by silence.  Paul Kelsas, Sky News.

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