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Borodin last won the day on September 24

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About Borodin

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    World Cup winner
  • Birthday 04/19/1955

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  1. Borodin

    Ryder Cup 2021

    11-5 and a mountain to climb. Great to see Lowry win with a pressure putt. McIlroy once again disappoints and this is surely Poulter's last appearance in the competition. Thank God for Rahm and Garcia. It will be a tough watch tomorrow.
  2. Borodin

    Joshua fight

    The bell saved Joshua last round. Thoroughly deserved win, the guy was relentless.
  3. Borodin

    Ryder Cup 2021

    Score now 9-3. Miracle needed.
  4. Borodin

    kings of white hart lane

    It would seem it's a case of "no lorries" mate. Plenty of fuel about but no-one to drive the tankers. Apparently only one of the Spice Girls is able to get fuel, it seems Geri can
  5. Borodin

    Horse racing

    Only doing two races today, both at Newmarket. My other is the 3.00 and I've selected Asymmetric
  6. Borodin

    Brazil Recall Emerson Royal

    https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/58672070 Brazil have selected eight Premier League players for October's World Cup qualifiers despite the country remaining on the UK's travel red list. Liverpool duo Alisson and Fabinho, Manchester City's Ederson and Gabriel Jesus, Chelsea defender Thiago Silva, Manchester United midfielder Fred, Leeds forward Raphinha and Tottenham defender Emerson Royal have all been called up for matches against Venezuela, Colombia and Uruguay. At this rate we'll never have a full squad available until after Christmas
  7. Borodin

    Horse racing

    I have been given a horse for today as a nice little E/W bet. It runs in the Newmarket 2.25 and it's called FLOTUS . Currently 10/1 with Bet365
  8. Borodin

    Ryder Cup 2021

    Rory McIlroy has been left out of a Ryder Cup session for the first time in his career after losing both his matches on Friday's opening day.The Northern Irishman was beaten 5&3 in his foursomes match with Ian Poulter before losing 4&3 with Shane Lowry. McIlroy, 32, has played in 26 straight matches since making his debut at Celtic Manor in 2010. Despite dropping him, Europe captain Padraig Harrington said he "could not have asked more" from McIlroy. "The golf didn't go as well as he would have liked, but I'm not second-guessing him for a second in terms of his leadership and what he does for my team," Harrington added.
  9. Borodin

    Ryder Cup 2021

    Two games lost and two tied. 6-2 will take some pulling back. Last time it was done was 1999 when USA won it after trailing by the same score. Come on Europe !!
  10. Borodin

    Ryder Cup 2021

    Slight leaning towards Lowry here in Galway,can't think why
  11. Borodin

    Ryder Cup 2021

    Shot of the tournament so far and it will take some beating
  12. Borodin

    Ryder Cup 2021

    I'd have liked to see him go out with McIlroy this morning to be honest. looks liked they are matched up tonight though Here's tonight's draw
  13. Borodin

    Ryder Cup 2021

    First matches finish with the score USA 3 Europe 1. Only Garcia and Rahm were able to win and the 'dream' partnership of McIlroy and Poulter ended up a nightmare with a 5&3 defeat. Need to try and claw a way back into it with tonight's fourballs.
  14. Premier League football club Tottenham Hotspur and Championship team Cardiff City have confirmed they will apply for a scheme to pilot safe standing areas in their stadia this season. Tottenham said it has accepted an invite from the Sports Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA) to apply for a licenced standing area at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium as part of the ‘early adopter’ programme. Tottenham Hotspur Stadium opened in April 2019 with areas future-proofed for safe standing in its South Stand and away supporter section. Tottenham chairman, Daniel Levy, said: “The club has led on lobbying the Government for safe standing at stadia and is delighted that this will now be possible. “It delivers choice for fans attending the game – whether home or away supporters – and the vast majority of our fans are in favour of this scheme. We are extremely proud of our ‘safe seating’ design, which ensures both comfort and safety, whether standing or seated, while maintaining the same aesthetics as in all other areas of the stadium.” Clubs have until October 6 to submit an application to the SGSA to become an early adopter. If approved, they will be able to offer licensed standing areas from January 1. Clubs will have to meet a number of criteria in order to receive Government and SGSA approval to have licensed standing areas, including: • The necessary infrastructure being in place – such as seats with barriers/independent barriers – which must be in both home and away sections. • Fans must be able to sit or stand in the licensed area – the seats cannot be locked in the ‘up’ or ‘down’ position. There must also be one seat/space per person. • The licensed standing areas must not impact the viewing standards or other fans, including disabled fans. • There must be a Code of Conduct in place for fans in the licensed standing area. • The ground must consult with its Safety Advisory Group about plans for the licensed standing areas. The licensed standing areas will be independently evaluated for their introduction in January for the remainder of the 2021-22 season. Other parts of the ground will remain all-seated and fans will be expected to sit in these areas. Sports Minister Nigel Huddleston on Wednesday instructed the SGSA to take the first steps in creating licensed standing areas at clubs in the Premier League and Championship from January 1. Clubs which are currently subject to the Government’s all-seater policy were invited to apply to offer licensed standing areas as part of the early adopter programme. Spurs and Cardiff were reported amongst the clubs most likely to be first in line for the trials. The introduction of the licensed standing areas follows research carried out during the 2019-20 season, which found that seats with barriers/independent barriers helped reduce the safety risks related to persistent standing. Standing has been outlawed in the top two leagues of English football since the Hillsborough disaster in 1989, which led to the deaths of 97 Liverpool fans.
  15. Borodin

    PL Arsenal Vs SPURS Sun Sep 26th 16.30 KO

    Bet 365 currently have Arsenal win at 23/20 the draw at 23/10 and a Spurs win at what I consider to be a very attractive 5/2. I think the pundits are forgetting just how fortunate Arsenal were in their last two wins and that we have hopefully regained some confidence following the mid week win at Wolves. I am sure Harry will be up for this one and he loves scoring against them. I shall definitely be having a wager on Tottenham at those odds. COYS !