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King calls JT gripes Molot of rubbish; WORLD CUP DIARY COMPILED BY DAVID McDONNELL.


ENGLAND'S griping about boredom setting in at their remote training base in Rustenburg has not gone down well with King Leruo Molotlegi.

The leader of the Royal Bafokeng Nation invested more than pounds 50million in World Cup projects, including the highaltitude, all-purpose camp where Fabio Capello's men are based in South Africa.

John Terry (above) complained the England players were going stir-crazy, with little to do in their free time, but King Leruo hit back, saying: "I think there's more than enough to do here, so you'll have to ask John Terry about that. But what I'd like to see is England play a bit harder. They've been a bit soft. Arguably they're the best team at this World Cup." Wonder what he thinks now.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Jun 28, 2010
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