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February 29, 2020
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Because the collective noun used to refer to a country/place or representative group which are representing that place; it is a plural noun not singular. For example: you would say that Liverpool "are" going to win the premier league and not: Liverpool "is" going to win the league. We don't refer to a club or team as a singular entity but rather a collective.
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