England V Scotland

wet_blobby

War Hero
Moderator
#3
I reckon the English will kiss each other two times more than the scottish kiss themselves during the game of Wendyball.
 

shellbackmac

Lantern Swinger
#6
Well I'm going so its kilt on at 0900 tomorrow, massive afternoon and night before party in loads of pubs and clubs in Central London, on Wednesday more of the same including mass lager induced celidh in Trafalgar Square as the Met give up on the no alcohol in public rule, Wemberlee mid afternoon for the 11 pubs allocated to the Scots support and then either a good shooing from Ingerlund or a DVD rush released for next Monday by the SFA! 20,000 ticket allocation to the Scotland Supporters Club (no public sale needed, twice the normal allocation for an international) so even if we get gubbed it'll be noisy. 14 years since the last one? Doesn't seem like yesterday. Don't think that London or the boys in blue really appreciate the multitudes heading south for a midweek friendly. Pass me a warm can of Tennents from that co-op poly bag and get Andy Cameron on the jukebox Mr DJ...........:hello2:..
 
#8
A Lassie took me to a ball
And it was slippery in the hall
And I was feart that I would fall
Fur I hadnae on ma' troosers

I don't give a shite who wins, did I ever tell you that Mrs F's cousin played for Scotland, 'Big John O'Hare'.
 
Last edited:

Rocket_Ron

Lantern Swinger
#9
Well I'm going so its kilt on at 0900 tomorrow, massive afternoon and night before party in loads of pubs and clubs in Central London, on Wednesday more of the same including mass lager induced celidh in Trafalgar Square as the Met give up on the no alcohol in public rule, Wemberlee mid afternoon for the 11 pubs allocated to the Scots support and then either a good shooing from Ingerlund or a DVD rush released for next Monday by the SFA! 20,000 ticket allocation to the Scotland Supporters Club (no public sale needed, twice the normal allocation for an international) so even if we get gubbed it'll be noisy. 14 years since the last one? Doesn't seem like yesterday. Don't think that London or the boys in blue really appreciate the multitudes heading south for a midweek friendly. Pass me a warm can of Tennents from that co-op poly bag and get Andy Cameron on the jukebox Mr DJ...........:hello2:..
Nice one fella.
Who will you be supporting ?
 
#11
England squad

Goalkeepers: Ben Foster, Joe Hart, John Ruddy

Defenders: Leighton Baines, Gary Cahill, Ashley Cole, Phil Jagielka, Glen Johnson, Phil Jones, Chris Smalling, Kyle Walker

Midfielders: Tom Cleverley, Steven Gerrard, Frank Lampard, Jack Wilshere, James Milner, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Theo Walcott, Wilfried Zaha

Strikers: Jermain Defoe, Rickie Lambert, Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck

Scotland squad

Goalkeepers: Matt Gilks, David Marshall, Allan McGregor

Defenders: Gordon Greer, Steven Hammell, Grant Hanley, Alan Hutton, Russell Martin, Charlie Mulgrew, Andy Webster, Steven Whittaker

Midfielders: Charlie Adam, Barry Bannan, George Boyd, Chris Burke, Scott Brown, Craig Conway, Graham Dorrans, James Forrest, Gary Mackay-Steven, Shaun Maloney, James McArthur, James Morrison, Robert Snodgrass

Forwards: Leigh Griffiths, Steven Naismith, Kenny Miller, Jordan Rhodes
 
#14
Do you know what's sad? Neither of those squads have nothing to really excited about. Even 1996 had players where you could think "this will be a tasty game".
There was a chat about that on the wireless (original meaning) up here in the Frozen North and the suggestion was that with the increased access to specialist sports channels and the consequent rise of European fixtures at club level, the appetite for National team events has proportionally declined.

What wasn't mentioned much was how gash Scotland are though.

Here's tae us. Wha's like us? Damn few, an' their a' deid!
 
#15
[h=5]I Just got stopped by a Scot, in Trafalgar Square..
He asked "Do you know where the nearest whore house is, PAL??"
"Sure" I said "Just go down to the Embankment and turn right, Keep going until you see a big yellow building, with a massive clock tower on it"
"Ay Lad" he replied "Will i get laid in there?.?.?."
"Sure ya will PAL, They've been ****ing your lot for years, in there.!.!."[/h]
 

tiddlyoggy

War Hero
Book Reviewer
#18
There was a chat about that on the wireless (original meaning) up here in the Frozen North and the suggestion was that with the increased access to specialist sports channels and the consequent rise of European fixtures at club level, the appetite for National team events has proportionally declined.
I'd agree with that, although I don't give a shit about Wendyball, when it comes to rugby I'd choose club before country every time.
 

Similar threads

Latest Threads

Top