Like the saying that things are seen clearest from outside I wish he'd leave the association for a time and take a look at Japanese soccer.
I'm afraid I can't do that. Leaving the cooker while frying is completely out of the question.
One of the visitors cried out to obstruct the proceedings.
They are cutting loose.
Onlookers see most of the game.
When they woke up they saw a stone lying next to them.
He sat reading, with his wife knitting a pair of gloves beside him.
He just looked on and didn't stop the quarrel.
The judge bound the spectators to keep quiet.
You speak pretty highly of him but you're directly involved. I think my less charitable view might be more accurate since I can look at things objectively.
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