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ENGLAND & ALL INTERNATIONALS...
08/11/2016, 14:17
Post: #1
ENGLAND & ALL INTERNATIONALS...
Time for the ol enemies to do battle, Poppies an all (I mean whats that all about) fuck Fifa,i think it will be a good hard test for us especially with us not being on top form,i mean look at our strikers,not very prolific are they,
Forwards: Theo Walcott (Arsenal), Harry Kane (Tottenham), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool), Jamie Vardy (Leicester City).

Anyway I predict a 2-0 win for Gareth Dodgy

LAST TEN FIXTURES..
Scotland 1-3 England
(Robertson 83' ; Oxlade-Chamberlain 32', Rooney 47', 85')
18th November 2014, Celtic Park, Glasgow - Vauxhall International Challenge Match
Match report and highlights

England 3-2 Scotland
(Walcott 29, Welbeck 52, Lambert 70 ; Morrison 11, Miller 48)
14th August 2013, Wembley Stadium, London - Teenage Cancer Trust Challenge Match
Match report and highlights

England 0-1 Scotland
(Hutchison, 39)
17th November 1999, Wembley Stadium, London - Euro 2000 play-off 2nd leg

Scotland 0-2 England
(Scholes, 21, 49)
13th November 1999, Hampden Park, Glasgow - Euro 2000 play-off 1st leg

England 2-0 Scotland
(Shearer 53, Gascoigne 79)
15th June 1996, Wembley Stadium, London - Euro '96

Scotland 0-2 England
(Waddle, Bull)
27th May 1989, Hampden Park, Glasgow - Rous Cup

England 1-0 Scotland
(Beardsley)
21st May 1988, Wembley Stadium, London - Rous Cup

Scotland 0-0 England
23rd May 1987, Hampden Park, Glasgow - Rous Cup

England 2-1 Scotland
(Butcher, Hoddle ; Souness pen)
23rd April 1986, Wembley Stadium, London - Rous Cup

Scotland 1-0 England
(Gough)
25th May 1985, Hampden Park, Glasgow - Rous Cup

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11/11/2016, 13:34
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Not even Messi had a look in at this fine display by the getting better every game Brazilians.

Brazil 3-0 Argentina: Neymar & Coutinho score as hosts win World Cup qualifier
Neymar and Philippe Coutinho each scored as Brazil beat Argentina 3-0 in their 2018 World Cup qualifier.
Coutinho drove in a shot for the opener before Neymar, who might have conceded a penalty for handball earlier, slotted in to extend the hosts' lead.
The visitors and star player Lionel Messi struggled to make an impact and Paulinho added Brazil's third.
Argentina are now sixth in the 10-team South American qualifying group, with the top four automatically qualifying

Argentina have 16 points from 11 games, one point adrift of fourth-placed Ecuador but eight behind leaders Brazil, who have 24 points.

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12/11/2016, 21:48
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RE: ENGLAND & ALL INTERNATIONALS...
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Time for the ol enemies to do battle, Poppies an all (I mean whats that all about) fuck Fifa,i think it will be a good hard test for us especially with us not being on top form,i mean look at our strikers,not very prolific are they,
Forwards: Theo Walcott (Arsenal), Harry Kane (Tottenham), Marcus Rashford (Manchester United), Daniel Sturridge (Liverpool), Jamie Vardy (Leicester City).


actually i was a bit disappointed in both england and scotland with the poppy thing. i mean putting it on a black armband was a bit of a cop out. it should have been done properly and put on the shirt and the hell with fifa. they are muppets and should have been told what we really think is important, anyway as to the game i was also disappointed england did not push for more in the last 10-20 mins as at that time they completely controlled the game. except for the last minute where they gave the ball away adn scotland had a possible break if rooney had not taken one for the team adn got a booking when he brought someone down, i would have prefferred scotland to score rather than rooneg get a booing and possible suspensoin for a bigger gamne. i mean 3-1 is not much different to 3-0. also stones was too cavalier with the ball. hoddle comentating said that you had to expect that now he was playing for guardiola. but he was not playing for man city he was playing for england, if he cannot play to the england team he should be dropped.
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13/11/2016, 01:31
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RE: ENGLAND & ALL INTERNATIONALS...
a pretty good weekend for all the home nations ( obviously scotland have a bit of a set back ) great result for northern ireland which really makes them contenders in that group now. an away draw with azerbahahn should see them through. i guess you would say the wales result was not great for a home tie but lets not get carried away they are still wales. and the republic with the away win is fantastic and should set them up for a second place, shame about scotland but 2 teams in one group at least we are confident 1 will go through. not sure about srachens future though.
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13/11/2016, 14:07
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It wasnt a bad performance by us,but we wont get away with lack lustre defending against Spain or anyone come to that who don't wear pink shirts.
He scored a good centre forwards goal but it took Sturridge 16 mins to even touch the ball,i don't rate him 1 little bit.
Am I the only 1 thinking Sterling is absolutely crap in an England shirt,all he does is gets the ball and runs anyone can do that look at the chance he should have layed on to another white shirt forget who it was but he doesn't think of anyone else,that chance he missed fucking laughable really and Hoddle said it was hard to score from there :s he should learn how to run with the ball and look up just like Rose and Walker do.
Anyway we won but Scotland made us play like we did to get the result,it was the best ive seen Scotland play for ages.

Wales found it really tough,Rep of Ireland and N Ireland done really well.
Spain,Italy,France,Germany made light work of their games scoring 18 goals between them :D

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14/11/2016, 13:41
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RE: ENGLAND & ALL INTERNATIONALS...
(13/11/2016, 14:07)bornforporn Wrote:  It wasnt a bad performance by us,but we wont get away with lack lustre defending against Spain or anyone come to that who don't wear pink shirts.
He scored a good centre forwards goal but it took Sturridge 16 mins to even touch the ball,i don't rate him 1 little bit.
Am I the only 1 thinking Sterling is absolutely crap in an England shirt,all he does is gets the ball and runs anyone can do that look at the chance he should have layed on to another white shirt forget who it was but he doesn't think of anyone else,that chance he missed fucking laughable really and Hoddle said it was hard to score from there :s  he should learn how to run with the ball and look up just like Rose and Walker do.
Anyway we won but Scotland made us play like we did to get the result,it was the best ive seen Scotland play for ages.

Wales found it really tough,Rep of Ireland and N Ireland done really well.
Spain,Italy,France,Germany made light work of their games scoring 18 goals between them :D

Well we can now add Holland,Portugal and Belgium to that list which makes it a very impressive 33 goals scored for the elite 7,(you got to include Holland in that 7 havnt you Cool ).

1 very bad result over these past matches was Iceland lost,damn :(

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16/11/2016, 14:08
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Id like to be positive about last nights match,but I cant,WHAT THE FUCK,ive never seen England run around like headless chickens for the whole 90 minutes before,ok we scored 2 goals against 1 of the best teams in the world due to 2 very rare breaks up the Spanish end.but what would they have done to us if all their big guns were playing,we are good in some ways but new manager same old concerns about us,i mean Stones is a right liability,Sterling a Duracell bunny with no off switch,Vardy he might be the starting finisher we need better at the moment than Sturridge and Kane,the full backs both sides who ever plays there is sorted without a doubt,Hart has no challenge so he,s ok,Dier was ok,was Walcott playing,oh yea he had that great chance but blew it as usual,shame Lallana got injured he has been the one true positive in the past 2 games,
We are just a packet of plain crisps compared to the elites spicy doritos.

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16/03/2017, 15:46 (This post was last modified: 16/03/2017, 15:47 by oneoneeightoneoneeight.)
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Gareth Southgate's side face Germany away in a friendly on 22 March before a World Cup qualifier against Lithuania at Wembley on 26 March.

Jermain Defoe: England recall Sunderland striker aged 34
West Brom midfielder Jake Livermore, who made his sole international appearance against Italy in 2012, is also recalled.

With respect to them both,doesnt it show where English football has gone since last summer :(  :( ,NOWHERE

anyway the squad is..
England squad in full:
Goalkeepers: Fraser Forster (Southampton), Joe Hart (Torino, on loan from Man City), Tom Heaton (Burnley).


Defenders: Ryan Bertrand (Southampton), Gary Cahill (Chelsea), Nathaniel Clyne (Liverpool), Phil Jones (Man Utd), Michael Keane (Burnley), Luke Shaw (Man Utd), Chris Smalling (Man Utd), John Stones (Man City), Kyle Walker (Tottenham).


Midfielders: Dele Alli (Tottenham), Michail Antonio (West Ham), Ross Barkley (Everton), Eric Dier (Tottenham), Adam Lallana (Liverpool), Jesse Lingard (Man Utd), Jake Livermore (West Brom), Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Arsenal), Nathan Redmond (Southampton), Raheem Sterling (Man City), James Ward-Prowse (Southampton).


Strikers: Jermain Defoe (Sunderland), Marcus Rashford (Man Utd), Jamie Vardy (Leicester).

Look at the game guys see how easy it is to wind Madhatter and Vesper up ;)
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17/03/2017, 18:23
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Funny about the Defoe call up, why not get the ole bwoys together, gerrard, lampard, wrighty, shearer, lineker. :P

Good job first half of the season, although lacking goal scoring ability more recently. Goes to show there isn't much talent in the goalscoring department.

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19/03/2017, 15:45 (This post was last modified: 19/03/2017, 16:03 by oneoneeightoneoneeight.)
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(17/03/2017, 18:23)kooky_007 Wrote:  Funny about the Defoe call up, why not get the ole bwoys together, gerrard, lampard, wrighty, shearer, lineker. :P

Good job first half of the season, although lacking goal scoring ability more recently. Goes to show there isn't much talent in the goalscoring department.

And don't forget Seaman,we,re not exactly blessed in that department either ;)

See what I mean Rolleyes

England goalkeeper Joe Hart made two costly errors as Torino drew with Inter Milan in Serie A.
Hart, who is on a season-long loan from Manchester City, allowed Geoffrey Kondogbia's shot to slip under his body as Inter took the lead on 27 minutes.To make matters worse The 29-year-old misjudged Cristian Ansaldi's cross, allowing Antonio Candreva to score from close range. Blush

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