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Barmy Army issues plea to PM to reopen international borders

The Barmy Army has issued a last-ditch plea to the Morrison government to reopen international borders in time for the fifth Ashes test, saying the rivalry “isn’t quite the same” without the iconic supporters group. 

“I think we can all agree, the Ashes isn’t quite the same without the travelling Barmy Army,” Barmy Army’s commercial director Adam Canning said. 

“If there’s any opportunity whatsoever that your government could open the borders and let travelling fans in, then we’ll take whichever ground you want to send us to because even at late notice, we know there are thousands of people who would jump on a plane to come support the England team. 

“It doesn’t matter if that’s the local park around the corner or the MCG, we’ll be there to get behind the lads. So please, let us in and we’ll be there.”

The Barmy Army has issued a last-ditch plea to the Morrison government to reopen international borders in time for the fifth Ashes test, saying the rivalry “isn’t quite the same” without the iconic supporters group.

“I think we can all agree, the Ashes isn’t quite the same without the travelling Barmy Army,” Barmy Army’s commercial director Adam Canning said.

“If there’s any opportunity whatsoever that your government could open the borders and let travelling fans in, then we’ll take whichever ground you want to send us to because even at late notice, we know there are thousands of people who would jump on a plane to come support the England team.

“It doesn’t matter if that’s the local park around the corner or the MCG, we’ll be there to get behind the lads. So please, let us in and we’ll be there.” The Barmy Army has issued a last-ditch plea to the Morrison government to reopen international borders in time for the fifth Ashes test, saying the rivalry “isn’t quite the same” without the iconic supporters group.

“I think we can all agree, the Ashes isn’t quite the same without the travelling Barmy Army,” Barmy Army’s commercial director Adam Canning said.

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“If there’s any opportunity whatsoever that your government could open the borders and let travelling fans in, then we’ll take whichever ground you want to send us to because even at late notice, we know there are thousands of people who would jump on a plane to come support the England team.

“It doesn’t matter if that’s the local park around the corner or the MCG, we’ll be there to get behind the lads. So please, let us in and we’ll be there.”

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