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Beckham MOTM

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Message 1 - posted by timmmmeh (U1792596) , Sep 3, 2005

I dare you to disagree!
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Message 2 - posted by Stackman (U1854018) , Sep 3, 2005

SWP.

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Message 3 - posted by Suzy B (U1645133) , Sep 3, 2005

The Welsh goalkeeper

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Message 4 - posted by lordmuttley (U1884777) , Sep 3, 2005

having not seen the game it would be difficult to say but I would say Robinson would be pushing him for the honor

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Message 5 - posted by Blue_Tomorro (U1901711) , Sep 3, 2005

The stadium announcer for me , the game was a non event

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Message 6 - posted by Nobby Zoggy Toonnuts (U1764425) , Sep 3, 2005

SWP

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Message 7 - posted by Lincoln Canary (NC26) (U1196398) , Sep 3, 2005

Rio Ferdinand for me

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Message 8 - posted by GOAL! (U1781879) , Sep 3, 2005

It was a dull and boring game as I knew it would be.

It was worrying that Wales had us on the back foot at points considering they are really poor.

We don't seem to be going forward imo

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Message 9 - posted by bartonisgreat (U1902944) , Sep 3, 2005

beckham the best england player on the pitch played some great through balls to swp gerrard and lampard were poor still its a win germany here we come!!

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Message 10 - posted by AmericaLoves3Lions (U1811101) , Sep 3, 2005

weeman

England's starting winger from here on.

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Message 11 - posted by Suzy B (U1645133) , Sep 3, 2005

If only !

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England's starting winger from here on.

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Message 12 - posted by Rattler (U1759661) , Sep 3, 2005

Beckham had a good game on the ball and defended well. So did SWP. Why oh why take SWP off when Lampard was having such a terrible game? It's the worst I have seen him play. At least Gerrard created a couple of chances and tackled back.

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Message 13 - posted by Don_Quixotes_horse (U1890221) , Sep 3, 2005

The Welsh goalkeeper

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ok

Or Giggs

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Message 14 - posted by "One Lion on a Shirt - We Still Belive." (U1847988) , Sep 3, 2005

becks played fricking brilliant, motm without a doubt. keep it up mr beckham.

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Message 15 - posted by TalkShowHostpur (U1864965) , Sep 3, 2005

I don't think Beckham was amazing. Didn't play any incredible balls, I don't think I saw him make a tackle.

Still, he did a job.

MOTM....I really don't know...

If its gunna go to an English player Wayne Rooney, for being his usual clever self, or Paul Robinson for that save

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Message 16 - posted by shipshapship (U1765405) , Sep 3, 2005

Beckham had a good game on the ball and defended well. So did SWP. Why oh why take SWP off when Lampard was having such a terrible game? It's the worst I have seen him play. At least Gerrard created a couple of chances and tackled back.

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100% correct..lampard was awfull..like a school boy..amazing really how bad he was!!!...he should have been taken off for hargreaves

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Message 17 - posted by bcfcbantam (U1747996) , Sep 3, 2005

I don't think Beckham was amazing. Didn't play any incredible balls, I don't think I saw him make a tackle.

Still, he did a job.

MOTM....I really don't know...

If its gunna go to an English player Wayne Rooney, for being his usual clever self, or Paul Robinson for that save

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'Didnt see him play any incredible long balls'???

laugh good one mate.

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Message 18 - posted by Pukel-man (U1876254) , Sep 3, 2005

Beckham was excellent.

'Dull and boring match' is idiot talk for 'England dominated possession but didn't have a cutting edge'.

We dominated possession because of the formation, and Beckham's performance in stopping Wales play through the middle and keeping the ball moving around.

We didn't ahve the cutting edge because we lacked width - SWP drifted in too far and we need a leftie (I'd pick Richardson) on the left.



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Message 19 - posted by UTB (U1719115) , Sep 3, 2005

Giggs and Becks the best on the park today,

SWP played a good one too.

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Message 20 - posted by ChrisWaddleForever (U1901816) , Sep 3, 2005

Beckham - Man of the match, by far!

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