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Post  Lioned on Thu 19 Jun - 17:38

I am wearing my lucky shirt and my lucky underpants which i havent washed since England last won.   

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Post  wantthetruth on Thu 19 Jun - 17:42

Lioned wrote:I am wearing my lucky shirt and my lucky underpants which i havent washed since England last won.     


     You'll be a bit lonely tonight then?

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Post  Guest on Thu 19 Jun - 17:51

Lioned wrote:I am wearing my lucky shirt and my lucky underpants which i havent washed since England last won.     
You're lucky they haven't crawled into the washing machine by themselves.

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Post  Lioned on Thu 19 Jun - 18:18

Washing machine said No !

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Post  malena stool on Thu 19 Jun - 19:39

Lioned wrote:I am wearing my lucky shirt and my lucky underpants which i havent washed since England last won.     
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Phew......

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Re: The World Cup..(England wont Win)

Post  wjk on Thu 19 Jun - 19:55

Here we go again!!   

      


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Post  kitti on Thu 19 Jun - 20:30

wantthetruth wrote:
Lioned wrote:I am wearing my lucky shirt and my lucky underpants which i havent washed since England last won.     


     You'll be a bit lonely tonight then?





Last time England Won was 1988...

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Post  kitti on Thu 19 Jun - 20:31

Lioned...if England win I will eat your pants!!

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Re: The World Cup..(England wont Win)

Post  Lioned on Thu 19 Jun - 20:54

kitti wrote:Lioned...if England win I will eat your pants!!

No danger of that.

First part of my prediction is done Suarez scored as he was bound to.


Now England got to score three,but most likely we get caught on the break and loose by lots.

  

Think we need.   

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Post  kitti on Thu 19 Jun - 21:08

I think your pants are looking safe lol.....

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Post  kitti on Thu 19 Jun - 21:43

Very very safe ....


Cab for England.....

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Post  Lioned on Thu 19 Jun - 22:02

Lucky pants will burn on the barbie this weekend.

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Post  Lioned on Thu 19 Jun - 22:10

I am going to water the spuds and then finish that bottle of Jura.   



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Post  wjk on Thu 19 Jun - 22:25

*Sigh*
Come on ITALY!!

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Re: The World Cup..(England wont Win)

Post  wantthetruth on Fri 20 Jun - 6:03

wjk wrote:*Sigh*
Come on ITALY!!

The only positive for me last night was that Suarez plays for Liverpool!

Other than that, oh dear   


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Post  malena stool on Fri 20 Jun - 16:27

I think I'm going to have to join Lioned and shout for Germany, but exclude Merkel from the cheers....  

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Re: The World Cup..(England wont Win)

Post  Lioned on Fri 20 Jun - 17:14

I would rather shout for Scotland but.......  



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Post  malena stool on Fri 20 Jun - 19:53

Lioned wrote:I would rather shout for Scotland but.......  


But what, Lioned?.........    

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Post  malena stool on Mon 23 Jun - 15:37

The Guardian, Sunday 22 June 2014 22.30 BST

Steven Gerrard and Roy Hodgson angry at Harry Redknapp’s England claims
• Ex-Spurs manager says some players didn’t want call-ups
• Gerrard asks Redknapp to name and shame players
• Barney Ronay: We should apologise to England team

http://www.theguardian.com/football/2014/jun/22/harry-redknapp-roy-hodgson-steven-gerrard-england?icid=maing-grid7%7Cuk-ws-bb%7Cdl6%7Csec1_lnk3%26pLid%3D273725

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Roy Hodgson, right, and Steven Gerrard are angry at Harry Redknapp's claims about some of his former players. Photograph: Richard Heathcote/Getty Images


Steven Gerrard and Roy Hodgson have reacted furiously to assertions from Harry Redknapp that players at Tottenham Hotspur would ask him to withdraw them from senior England duty while he was in charge at White Hart Lane because they did not “need the aggro” of playing for their country.

The England manager and his captain urged Redknapp to identify the players to whom he was referring and “embarrass” them in public as the national side sift through the wreckage of their shortest World Cup campaign in 60 years. Gerrard, who will be rested and replaced as captain by Frank Lampard for Tuesday’s last group game against Costa Rica in Belo Horizonte, has been asked to stay on as skipper by Hodgson going into the qualification campaign for Euro 2016 but intends to take his time before making a decision on his future .

Although the team’s final duties at their Urca training base were conducted in a sombre mood, Gerrard in particular became animated when Redknapp’s comments questioning modern-day players’ commitment to the England setup were raised. The Queens Park Rangers manager, who had been a serious contender to succeed Fabio Capello two years ago before the Football Association chose Hodgson, had recalled incidents over his four-year spell at Spurs.

“I can tell you when I was at Tottenham, when full internationals came around, there were two or three players who did not want to play for England,” he told BBC 5 Live. “They would come to me 10 days before the game and say: ‘Gaffer, get me out of that game, I don’t want to play in that game.’

“That was how it was. I’d say: ‘You’re playing for your country, you should want to play.’ [They would say]: ‘Nah, my girlfriend is having a baby in four weeks, I don’t want to play’, and that is the truth, so it makes you wonder. And I think it’s only going to get worse. You see the stick the England players get and they come home, they’re earning fantastic money at their clubs, they’re all playing in the Champions League. They think: ‘Do we need the aggro?”’

There were 12 England players who worked under Redknapp at Spurs – Peter Crouch, Jermain Defoe, Aaron Lennon, Darren Bent, Scott Parker, David Bentley, Jermaine Jenas, Michael Dawson, Tom Huddlestone, Jonathan Woodgate, Ledley King and Kyle Walker – though the QPR manager’s apparent reluctance to identify those to whom he was referring riled Gerrard.

“I tell you what, I’d be interested to find out who those players are,” he said. “If Harry is making a comment like that, he should name them and embarrass them. Hand on heart, no one in this group wants to go home. No one has said to me they don’t like playing for England or that they don’t want to be here. If [what Redknapp says is] the case, it’s disgusting. For me, if a player doesn’t want to be here, he doesn’t deserve to be at a World Cup.

“But should Harry not name them? ‘They’ didn’t want to play for England. Who? Name them. We need names. Is it Aaron Lennon, Kyle Walker, Andros Townsend? I don’t know who he means. Does he mean five years ago? Or 10 years ago?” Hodgson interjected at this stage to insist it could not have been Defoe. “I’ve spoken to Jermain Defoe and he’s devastated [not to be in Brazil],” said Gerrard. “Harry Redknapp is a fantastic coach and a big character in the game, so for him to make a comment like that’s a big question in this room, but we need names. We need names or we can’t agree or disagree. But it’s not [been the case] here. I can guarantee 100% it’s not here.”

When it was put to Gerrard that one high-profile member of the England Under-21s had been reluctant to participate in last summer’s junior European Championships in Israel, he added: “Well, he should be embarrassed, if there is one player. But when you go down into the younger age groups, they’re young lads. They might not want to be away from their families.

“But when you become a man and you’re picked to play for England at this level and you find any excuse not to be here, you don’t deserve to be here. If you get a one-off situation where a player has a bad experience or falls out with a manager and doesn’t enjoy it, you can possibly understand it. But if Harry is talking about a group of players at one club who don’t want to be involved in the England setup? Well, if he names them, we can come back to that …”

Hodgson, who retains the full backing of the FA despite the team’s toils in Brazil, insisted there was a greater appetite for players to represent their country now than two years ago when he took up the reins in the wake of Capello’s resignation. “In the two years I’ve been here, I’ve seen a greater interest in playing for England, so Harry’s comments come as a bit of a surprise, quite frankly,” he said.

“So if you are going to make global comments like that, it’s a bit dangerous. You have to be prepared to say: ‘This player came to me and said …’ I could imagine ‘a player’ with an educated guess, but I don’t think I could name many Tottenham players, and certainly [not] among the ones I’ve worked with [to whom Redknapp’s words might apply].”

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Re: The World Cup..(England wont Win)

Post  Lioned on Mon 23 Jun - 16:36

They should be named and shamed and never offered an England shirt again.

Also all the England players over there who failed should be sat in the corner and told to write down the words to God save the Queen.100 times,and if they don't know the words,like Rooney,they should be sold to Qatar for two camels and a bag of rattlesnake droppings.

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Post  malena stool on Mon 23 Jun - 16:54

Lioned wrote:They should be named and shamed and never offered an England shirt again.

Also all the England players over there who failed should be sat in the corner and told to write down the words to God save the Queen.100 times,and if they don't know the words,like Rooney,they should be sold to Qatar for two camels and a bag of rattlesnake droppings.

Harry Redknapp needs to stand up and name the names!!!

Can't fault your comments, Lioned... None of them really deserve to play for England again. But they'll all return for their weekly kick around with their respective buddies and collect mega money all stashed away into an off shore account.

As for Rooney knowing the words to the National Anthem. I wasn't aware that the Neanderthal Anthem was the same as ours....

They blame the temperature, the lack of O2, the travelling from base camp to venue, the only thing they've never blamed is their lack of spines, lack of determination and apparently their lack of interest....

What would Qatar want with wasters like these other than they are so boring they could be used to drill for oil.

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Re: The World Cup..(England wont Win)

Post  kitti on Mon 23 Jun - 19:27

Let's have a wager.


Costa Rica...3......England....0......



Not only are the UK the laughing stock off Europe, we are also the LOSERS to...

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Post  kitti on Mon 23 Jun - 19:29

/_o$€r$. :(

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Post  Lioned on Mon 23 Jun - 19:34

I'm going down the club to watch it tomorrow and like as not will get pissed and its all their fault.

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Luis Suarez !

Post  Lioned on Wed 25 Jun - 13:13

Is Luis Suarez a Cannibal ?

He keeps biting people.

Such a shame for the player he is but that behaviour is just disgraceful.

He needs to be banned for a very long time.

Furthermore all his World cup goals should be expunged and Uruguay kicked out of the competition and England given a bye through to the next round because of their very good behaviour.

  

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