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post #731 of 6098 (permalink) Old 09-06-2011, 12:57 PM
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^ It's only Wales.

As good an individual centre back performance I've seen in years by Richard Dunne, somehow Ireland kept Russia to 0-0.
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fackin bullshiiiiiit. should be a heavy victory anyway.

dunne was fantastic for ireland. Arshavin was at the centre of most things Russia done and I thought he played quite well. fantastic week for our internationals, most have scored or assisted several times + no injuries.

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lmao @ dropping Parker, oh Fabio you just don't learn.

Barry and Lampard is just about the epitome of why England have been garbage for so long.

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pressure's on, australia beat wales 2-1 in cardiff

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As good an individual centre back performance I've seen in years by Richard Dunne, somehow Ireland kept Russia to 0-0.
Definitely. One of the best defensive performance I have ever, ever, seen. He was amazing. Plus he made one of the best goal-line clearances I have ever seen, too.

On the other hand, Stephen Ward had one of the worst performances for any team I've ever seen. He was that bad. I suppose that makes Dunne's performance all the more impressive, probably.


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I get that England need experience alongside their youth (which is what I'm sure Capello is going for eventually), but when the younger players are better than the experienced ones, there's little point in following that formula. On form alone I'd have given Cleverley a chance (obviously biased though) and I'd never play Barry over Parker in any possible game. Surely we have more exciting options than Barry, Milner et al?

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Not a clue how Russia didn't score oe of the most 1 sided games ive ever seen. Thought Ireland were going to snatch it in the 84th minute when Mcgeady got space wide right but that cross was awful.

Ward should hang his head in shame was being talked through the game by players. Felt sorry for Robbie Keane held the ball up brilliantly looked to his left for the run from Ward who was static.

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I get that England need experience alongside their youth (which is what I'm sure Capello is going for eventually), but when the younger players are better than the experienced ones, there's little point in following that formula. On form alone I'd have given Cleverley a chance (obviously biased though) and I'd never play Barry over Parker in any possible game. Surely we have more exciting options than Barry, Milner et al?
there are rumours, only rumours at this point, that Cleverley has picked up an injury in england training today

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people on twitter acting like cleverley getting an injury is a disaster. he's a good player but he's hardly going to stop you winning.

walcott picked up slight injury in training too.

so, bent, cleverley, richards and walcott picked up injuries. THAT is why internationals are annoying.

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So instead of giving the young lads a go he starts near 34 year old frank and barry again, we need to be doing what ze germans were doing last year and year before bedding in the youngsters.

And if cleverley is injured, once again fuck you england, just hope none of the others do. GOD I FUCKING HATE INTERNATIONALS.
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