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Morning everybody, England Football Team now ranked at 2nd in the world rankings! What awaits?

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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
Great result last, (Scotland-Argentina), the England result was great too, brill performance.

Is World Cup 2010 OUR destiny?
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8y, 2m agoPosted 8 years, 2 months ago
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banned#1
Would be great wouldnt it....





will believe it when it happens though
#2
ODB_69
Would be great wouldnt it....





will believe it when it happens though


Imagine the national pride spilling out - would be incredible.

Take England 2003 Rugby world cup win and times it by 10 I reckon.
#3
The usual is happening.

England win a few games, and they're destined to win the world cup.
A few bad results and the press will be baying for the head of the manager.
#4
England B team seems to be better than their A team!
#5
thesaint
The usual is happening.

England win a few games, and they're destined to win the world cup.
A few bad results and the press will be baying for the head of the manager.


Yep, can't argue with that.

Happened under Hoddle and Ericsson(speeling?)

I've always wondered if it's more a mental problem - that English players aren't strong of mind enough.
#6
ifyoudontask?
England B team seems to be better than their A team!


On last nights showing, all but Darren Bent (useless Spurs player) ans Scott Carson(who should NEVER be in front of West Ham's Rob Green IMO) did really, really well.
#7
ifyoudontask?
England B team seems to be better than their A team!



I agree. I thought the first half performance was excellent. The only weak link seemed to be... um... John Terry.

The guy isn't even our best centre back, yet somehow he manages to escape criticism despite having a poor game (even without that disastrous mix up with carson).
Straight after scoring he went to head but Podolski. Not the kind of behaviour tyou want from a captain.

We need the players who missed last night to be fearing for their places, but you just know Ferdinand, Cole and Rooney will just waltz back into the team.
#8
It's good to see England on their way up again! ... at last!!
#9
yep, the press love trapattoni now, but unless England finish second and lose to a wonder goal by Torres or Xavi, or actually win a championship then everyone will be glum and want to revert back to an English manger.
If the press would just leave the England team alone, and be happy to with them qualifying for tournaments, and enjoying the fact that they are playing amongst the world elite, then I think the team would do even better.
#10
Joe Scaramanga
I agree. I thought the first half performance was excellent. The only weak link seemed to be... um... John Terry.

The guy isn't even our best centre back, yet somehow he manages to escape criticism despite having a poor game (even without that disastrous mix up with carson).
Straight after scoring he went to head but Podolski. Not the kind of behaviour tyou want from a captain.

We need the players who missed last night to be fearing for their places, but you just know Ferdinand, Cole and Rooney will just waltz back into the team.


Maybe try Rio together with Upson?

JT's positional sense and decision making sometimes lets him down, that's why he's always making last ditch tackles or saving headers.
#11
Joe Scaramanga
I agree. I thought the first half performance was excellent. The only weak link seemed to be... um... John Terry.

The guy isn't even our best centre back, yet somehow he manages to escape criticism despite having a poor game (even without that disastrous mix up with carson).
Straight after scoring he went to head but Podolski. Not the kind of behaviour tyou want from a captain.

We need the players who missed last night to be fearing for their places, but you just know Ferdinand, Cole and Rooney will just waltz back into the team.


He made up for his error by scoring( Luckily ), It doesn't hide the blunder though which to be honest was nearly as bad as Neville's pass back to Robinson.

It defo wasn't Carson's fault, This time around anyway.

The future will be Ben Foster, If he can either get a 1st team place at United or perhaps another loan spell?.

It's only Van Der Sar keeping him out, Most keepers get better with age.

James is an ok keeper but erratic at times, Carson is worse and Robinson shouldn't mention him. Bring back Seaman ( Need a donation lol ).
#12
shauneco
He made up for his error by scoring( Luckily ), It doesn't hide the blunder though which to be honest was nearly as bad as Neville's pass back to Robinson.

It defo wasn't Carson's fault, This time around anyway.

The future will be Ben Foster, If he can either get a 1st team place at United or perhaps another loan spell?.

It's only Van Der Sar keeping him out, Most keepers get better with age.

James is an ok keeper but erratic at times, Carson is worse and Robinson shouldn't mention him. Bring back Seaman ( Need a donation lol ).


Rob Green surely.
banned#13
the dandy p;3513382
yep, the press love trapattoni now, but unless England finish second and lose to a wonder goal by Torres or Xavi, or actually win a championship then everyone will be glum and want to revert back to an English manger.
If the press would just leave the England team alone, and be happy to with them qualifying for tournaments, and enjoying the fact that they are playing amongst the world elite, then I think the team would do even better.

trappatoni :?
#14
Excellent performance.

Downing, Wright Phillips, Johnson and Carrick were my highlights. Gabby too for his none stop harrassing of the defenders.

It was the most committed team game I have seen for years.

Thought Carson was at fault IMO, he should have buried that ball into row Z and took Tery and the attacker with it if needs be. Personally I would give Kirkland a shot.

Agreed that unfortunately the 'superstars' will waltz back into the team with nowhere near as much fight and determination.

The boss seems to have instilled a great deal of confidence in the whole team and things look bright.....at last.
#15
Terry was 90% at fault for that goal, he should have booted it out of the stadium, you can't leave a slow moving ball running like that. Even when he realised there was trouble and started bending over the ball, he could have booted it behind for a corner.
#16
csiman
trappatoni :?


Why the puzzled look? It's quite clear that I mixed up the Irish and English managers, without looking on the net could you honestly name the current Welsh manager?
#17
John Toshack :thumbsup: Only cos he played for Liverpool that i remember, lol

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