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So it could be said that even though England have been playing good compared to previous world cups, they are still playing a tad [email protected]

England Vs Sweden, if I am right, England have not beaten Sweden any time recently so when we were 2-1 it was looking good. Then it came, one of the many blonde sweds scored!!!

We were on 1-1 at first, which wasn't good, yes we go through to the 2nd half but however it would have been Germany we were to play. I think we need to hold this match off as much as we can. They have kicked us ou a good few times!! Maybe if we get through to the final, England Vs Germany would be a good one?

But we drew 2-2, next match is against Equador, good luck lads!

I still think Crouch is too unexperienced, wasn't he a sub for Liverpool but only actually started playing this year? I don't know much about footie any more but I do know the off side rule and know this happen in the last England match against T&T, thank god it didn't count when T&T scored!

I am a major Rugby fan and am not really interested in footie but for some reason this year I am enjoying watching the world cup.

I forgot what it was like to watch footie in an English pub, the atmosphere, every one getting involved, the chanting of any corny footie song that could have been redone by Chaz & Dave.

Maradonna scored with a punch and got away with it, why can't our lads???

Bless, the good old times!
 

CheefTiff

Lantern Swinger
Sorry folks but lets face it.

Our lot just aren't up to it again - I can't remember the last time I saw such a dismal performance from England in a world cup......oh wait a mo, yes I can, it was in 2002 !
 
CheefTiff said:
Sorry folks but lets face it.

Our lot just aren't up to it again - I can't remember the last time I saw such a dismal performance from England in a world cup......oh wait a mo, yes I can, it was in 2002 !
To be fair, and I wonder a trifle whether I should be considering some of Cheefs tabloid style comments, I thought last night they looked not to bad for much of the time. Part of the problem I think is the comments from all directions suggesting that all is lost because one person or other is injured and no one can take their place. How do you expect the team to funtion at peak performance if every one is saying they can't because one man is unfit.

Never mind the Scots supporting the team how about getting the media to act possitively.

Peter
 

CheefTiff

Lantern Swinger
I know what you mean Maxi and like you i am a great believer in the team and not single players. It just frustrates the hell out of me when I see them playing so blo*dy negatively.

Okay, losing Owen may b e a setback but it isn't the end of the world ! I sincerely believe that and just wish our team did too !

I wasn't trying to pretend to invent gutter press headlines in my previous statement either. In fact if I was a journo I like to think I would write for something a tad more respectable like The Guardian or The Times.

At the end of the day (please please excuse the footballer colloquialism) we are out there to take part and contribute, and if Lady Luck smiles, maybe to win. I just feel right now that the players don't believe that and if they don,t believe then it won't happen.
 
Well, the next game is against Portugal, has England got the ability to go against a team that has shown they will go all the way to win?

Peter
 

dondon

MIA
CheefTiff said:
I know what you mean Maxi and like you i am a great believer in the team and not single players. It just frustrates the hell out of me when I see them playing so blo*dy negatively.

Okay, losing Owen may b e a setback but it isn't the end of the world ! I sincerely believe that and just wish our team did too !

I wasn't trying to pretend to invent gutter press headlines in my previous statement either. In fact if I was a journo I like to think I would write for something a tad more respectable like The Guardian or The Times.

At the end of the day (please please excuse the footballer colloquialism) we are out there to take part and contribute, and if Lady Luck smiles, maybe to win. I just feel right now that the players don't believe that and if they don,t believe then it won't happen.

Hello Cheeftiff , hope your feeling better & better , just a thought on Owen , I don't think the Newcastle Fan's will agree I'ts not the end of the world , I was bloody gutted , as I think most of my fellow Geordies will agree , 8O
And can't believe the Diving and general state of the referee'ing in the World Cup , :twisted: Diabolical
 
Bunch of fags, all they do all day is play football and get piad bucket loads of money for it, with all that said they should be able to put the ball in the net every time, but they don't. Shite. Boring game anyway, much more fun watching the morons fighting outside dressed up in their 3/4 length trousers and football shirts. Nonsense.
 

brigham600

War Hero
Lingyai, thanks for that useful input. Not quite sure how you reckon football is a boring game and that 'all' football fans want to fight and generally cause trouble all the time.

Mmmm. I can only assume you are attempting to live up to your avatar.
;-) :)
 

Skully

Midshipman
Remember theres 12 players on the pitch including the manager. If anyones to blame for our previous performances its old svennis.
 
brigham600 said:
Lingyai, thanks for that useful input. Not quite sure how you reckon football is a boring game and that 'all' football fans want to fight and generally cause trouble all the time.

Mmmm. I can only assume you are attempting to live up to your avatar.
;-) :)
Come on shippers, I didn't say all the fans were fighting, just the morons. 2 out of 10 for reading, round again class leader...
 

brigham600

War Hero
Lingyai said:
brigham600 said:
Lingyai, thanks for that useful input. Not quite sure how you reckon football is a boring game and that 'all' football fans want to fight and generally cause trouble all the time.

Mmmm. I can only assume you are attempting to live up to your avatar.
;-) :)
Come on shippers, I didn't say all the fans were fighting, just the morons. 2 out of 10 for reading, round again class leader...
Mmmm. You simply implied that football fans are morons. You quoted no percentage or numbers at all. QUOTE: much more fun watching the morons fighting outside dressed up in their 3/4 length trousers and football shirts UNQUOTE

Must be all those Thai women messing with your mind and the fact you dont get to see much real football out there. 10 out of 10 for you for being a twat.
 
Mmmm. You simply implied that football fans are morons. You quoted no percentage or numbers at all. QUOTE: much more fun watching the morons fighting outside dressed up in their 3/4 length trousers and football shirts UNQUOTE

Must be all those Thai women messing with your mind and the fact you dont get to see much real football out there. 10 out of 10 for you for being a twat.
I implied nothing, just stated my opinion that the fighters outside were morons, and they are, and so are you for gobbing off and getting personal by calling me a twat.
I won't rise this time, but don't start something you can't finish old man.
 

dondon

MIA
brigham600 said:
To avoid boring the pants off everyone else on this forum, I have sent you a PM.
I was enjoying that brigham , big daft grin all over my face :lol: :lol:
 

jesse650

War Hero
oh right so now standing upwhilst some portugese idiot is, what apears to be, humping his leg, an offence against the rules
I refer, if you don't know, to the rooney sending off. bah humbug......it's going to go to penalties and you know how good we are at those :(
 
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