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527. Si_1985Hoping to pop over there to see 2 or 3 of the cheaper games as part of a general trip; love France (the good parts lol) - and a good Footy tournament occurring there too is always nice n' handy =]mm, wonder if the New Tech will be in full progress, love this; most probably never have to fear another 0-0 in a summer downpour again =]
Pretty solid performance from England, rarely troubled. Still lack the star quality in the final third though, which seems strange to say as one of our strikers bagged two goals, the first one wass very well worked.
470. Brinsley SchwartzUgh, cant imagine the embarrassment of being sent off to the stands on the big screen, after you've battled over a decision shown on the big screen twice before, hah!#Don't do it Pardew, beating Hull 1-4 isn't that bad a call! =]511. fozwell you love him to the heavens really,,
With Andy Carroll still to come back its all looking good
We don't need every Tom, Dick and Harry to look at the TV - imagine getting managers/coaches to look? Just needs a 4th official to give an instant decision, if it's is not clear don't give it. This works perfectly well in rugby where often it is a lot harder to see what is going on than in football. Blatter is a waste of space.
519. mamboThe real problem is, the only way we'll know if there's proper improvement in defense and midfield is through the Friendlies with the Superpowers.In a way, this is even worse; you'll hear roys usual droning of how 'they played well and attacked' right up until the acid test that will be the 1st match in Franceroy bought himself another nice 22 months basically; still say get rid =]
The FIFA trials I'd most like to see would involve the President and the Executive Committee leaving in handcuffs.
Whilst I totally agree that Herr Blatter is awful, the fact is we are in a pious minority of one in kicking off. Nobody else gives two hoots! Which is why we will never get to host the World Cup.I'd still rather be cut out than lick his boots like the rest...
Wellbeck scores twice, the whole of Europe will assume the Swiss didnt turn up.
Stats offer an indication, they do not tell the whole story. Tonight was a game that meant something to both sides, arguably more to the Swiss .I thought England showed promise, but were still weak defensively. I like the front three, I worry about Stone, Jones and Delf and I would like to see Wilshire played further forward, with a proper defensive mid at the base of the diamond, Noble maybe.
Blatter needs to go!As for Ingerland - shaky as...
514. Dizzee69yea, thats,,good. This match still brought words paper and cracks to mind; Hart had to be on full alert, Jones was,,meh. Anyway,Wales; very excited about seeing this squad through the paces tomorrowAlthough it's Andorra for the lolz, I want to see just how they play using a weaker line up to start as obviously Ramsey can't break a 10-man wall by himself,,mm, then again,,
504.Fortune 14 Minutes ago Thought Sterling, Henderson and Gerrard had fantastic games for England again. Rooney and Welbeck terrible - that one off his knee was embarrassing=======Thought Johnson played ok too, as well as Carragher and Barnes, Scholes created sod all again
If you compare the stats for shots, possession, corners, territory, etc, England were actually worse tonight than vs Norway. Just goes to show that those who criticise England know nothing about football; they simply base their judgement on the final score and nothing else. 14 shots to 2 versus Norway!! And 64% possession.
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@510. koolkarmaukI think its called sarcasm. though Gerrard did have the best game he has had for England for 5 years.
I really hate Sepp Blatter
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