World Players from Rostov pick up blink-182 to unveil their
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It looks like a singing contest is prepared in Russia .
Rubin, it's now the turn of the FK Rostov to push the chassonnet. And not just for fun, since the Russians took the opportunity to reveal their new jersey. The leitmotiv of this presentation is clear: "Old Doesn't Mean Bad" (old does not mean bad, for those who dried English classes).
"Старое - не значит плохое" Вчера решили показать на городской набережной нашу домашнюю форму на новый сезон Сегодня смотрите и вы https://t.co/3HRObjNNdt
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What's better, to hand over the old fashionable, than to take up a 1999 pop punk tube signed by Californians from Blink-182? For example, three players from Rostov (Pontus Almqvist, Armin Gigović and Kirill Folmer) resumed What's My Age Again? If in the original clip, Matt Skiba and his friends are bare like worms, North Caucasus players have preferred to wear their brand new jersey for this video. The year 1999 is not anodin for this club, since it was the year he participated in the Intertoto Cup, the first European competition in his history.
Between the Flow of Slutsky and the resumption of Rostov players, you have something to feed your summer playlist.
Rugby League World Cup 2021: Why aren't Australia and New Zealand playing? .
Here's everything we know about the decision and the reasons why Australia and New Zealand withdrew from the 2021 Rugby League World Cup. ARLC AND NZRL STATEMENTBoth organisations released a joint statement on Thursday afternoon confirming the news, citing player welfare and safety concerns."The Australian Rugby League Commission (ARLC) and New Zealand Rugby League (NZRL) today informed the International Rugby League (IRL) and Rugby League World Cup (RLWC) organisers that Australia and New Zealand will not compete in a 2021 World Cup because of player welfare and safety concerns," the statement said.