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What They're Saying
December 18th, 2007 7AM

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"With hindsight, I consider that my choice of words does not fit with the character of the Royal Netherlands Football Association."

-- Henk Kesler, director of the Dutch soccer association, apologizes for calling police officers "spoiled brats" for forcing the postponement of two top league matches. Police unions had said they would demonstrate at Dutch league matches to draw attention to their demand for a salary increase. (Sapa)



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