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  1. By Mandeep Sanghera BBC Sport https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/53347268 When Jarnail Singh was a professional referee he would take his teenage sons - Sunny and Bhupinder - to run the line for him at summer charity tournaments for Asian teams. Singh became the first Asian referee in the EFL when he took charge of a League Two match in August 2004 - going on to referee more than 150 games in Leagues One, Two and the Championship before retiring in 2010. Singh has previously said he was "representing a wider community" by being "the first
  2. The referee/// spoiled the World Cup Final today. How that was given as a penalty, I cannot understand. It ruined the dynamics of the game, and basically made Croatia more of underdog than when the match started.
  3. England 4 (Hat-trick by Kane and goal by Sterling perhaps) France 2 (two goals by Mbappe)
  4. sat sri akal. i've had a bit of a problem recently and i needed some help and i've been directed here. i'm planning on attending an amrit sanchar to be blessed with amrit in the summer and i'm also going to turn pro playing football professionally. where would i put my kirpan when i play? do i tie a small one around my neck or tie one around my thigh or keep one in my dastar? what do i do when i'm playing? thank you
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    Local football teams

    Wjkk Wjkf Hi, we are a couple moving from Somerset to Halesowen in Birmingham. I was wondering if there were any local football teams that my husband could join. He is 36 years old, nothing at a competitive level, just a weekly kick about in the park as something to keep fit. Also it would be a good opportunity to make some new friends within the sikh community here too. We are about a 10min drive from Oldbury. Thanks
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