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I do a search and find that there is a number to call +18882211161, and when I call (via Skype) there is the message that says this is not a working number.
I try and send an E-mail as per the website, but of course, I have to login to be able to do that.
I go to the Paypal Community and try to post this issue, but it forces me to login first.
I seem to have run of options. Certainly, there must be a way to send a general E-mail to someone who can somehow get help. I'd appreciate it if someone that works for Paypal, or knows someone who does, etc., can figure out a way for me to contact. Thanks.
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I mean, you guys decided you wanted nothing to do with the Euro, so...
The United States invariably does the right thing, after having exhausted every other alternative. -Winston Churchill
America is the only country that went from barbarism to decadence without civilization in between. -Oscar Wilde
Wow, even the French showed a little more spine than that before they got their sh*t pushed in.[^] -Colin Mullikin
Maybe time for a younger manager and give them time to grow the... oh f*** it, who am I kidding? They'll pick some old duffer who'll play like it was 1966 and screw around with the team so no one has a clue what to do.
Maybe tempt the magic one? Or Pochetinno. I don't care of the manager isn't English: I just want him/her to win something!
Isn't Merlin still wandering the lanes around Glastonbury waiting for the one with the sword to re-emerge?
On a serious note I'm not sure any manager in the world can get a winning side out of our fundamentally flawed football structure. By the time the players get to the point of being available it's usually far too late. There is no consistency across the levels and coaches are rarer than hen's teeth. Iceland has 185 FIFA A-licence coaches, England 1190, only 6 times as many for a population 160 times greater. Spain, with a similar population to England has over 13000. Even our most talented players therefore arrive in the international arena essentially clueless.
I think it's reasonable to expect England to beat Iceland. Seeing as all ofvengland players play in the pl and a lot of Iceland players play on the lower leagues of English football and Iceland don't even have a professional team in their league