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    Hall of Fame Member aussie's Avatar
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    thats it boys, ENGLAND ENGLANDDDDDDDDDDDDDD, lets go boys this is our time to shine

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie
    thats it boys, ENGLAND ENGLANDDDDDDDDDDDDDD, lets go boys this is our time to shine
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    i regularly have visions of Beckham lifting the trophy.
    Seen a doctor about those visions?

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    not yet could you suggest one for me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie
    not yet could you suggest one for me?
    Harold Shipman but I believe he died recently, he worked in the Greater Manchester area as well.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy
    Harold Shipman but I believe he died recently, he worked in the Greater Manchester area as well.
    Dude, thats harsh
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    TT Boy's ruthless tonight
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    Hall of Fame Member aussie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy
    Harold Shipman but I believe he died recently, he worked in the Greater Manchester area as well.
    i presume you where you one of his victims..

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero
    TT Boy's ruthless tonight
    Meh, just letting of a little bit of steam. Trying to stay in this forum, I donít dare venture into the Sri Lanka in England thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie
    i presume you where you one of his victims..
    What I said is maybe harsh but that is just darn right ridiculous. At least attempt to know what you are talking about before you attempt some sort of 'witty' reply.

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    ha, chill out mate, i know who that bloke was, but i thought we were just kidding around..

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie
    ha, chill out mate, i know who that bloke was, but i thought we were just kidding around..
    We were.

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    Future for England - Euro 2008, 2010 World Cup

    Now do we have any hope that England can win any of these championships?

    To be honest i don't really know, we certainly have the players capable of winning but this world cup was suppose to be our great chance of being world champions and we just blew it. England may go to South Africa in 2010 with a more experienced side, We may not have Beckham & Neville but blokes like Robinson may develop one of the better shot stopper in europe, Terry/Ferdinand could be the best central defense in europe along with Ash running things on the left, Rooney will probably be at his peak while Owen experience will be key, Gerrard & Lampard will be even more experienced, Lennon could develop into one of the best winger in europe & maybe Walcott may live up to the hype in 4 years.

    But as Nevill said in his interview the conditions in South Africa will be though for England to play at their best & they might even get the group of death. Hopefully McClaren if he is coach for the next 4 years or whoever else might coach England can lift this side & try to change the mentality of our footballers, in the premiership these blokes play at top clubs where the pace of the game is very electric yet at international level for as long as i have been watching the national side they play at such a slow pace. Also maybe our tried and tested formation of 4-4-2 could become 3-5-2 in the future since looking at the squad i think England could do better with that formation even if it means probably sacrificing Cole (or maybe he could be transformed into a more central defender)

    At Euro 2008 again we have a chance to be European champions, but we need to do a lot of things different. One very interesting thing though is how longer will Beckham stay in the international set-up...

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    I'm gutted. Really gutted. I hate losing on penalties, it happens too often.

    My thoughts on the game:

    1. Rooney's sending off was ridiculous.
    2. England were better with 10 men than 11.
    3. Lennon > Beckham
    4. Ronaldo = scum of the earth.
    5. We still can't take penalties.
    6. Good riddance, Eriksson.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Barney Rubble
    1. Rooney's sending off was ridiculous.
    2. England were better with 10 men than 11.
    3. Lennon > Beckham
    4. Ronaldo = scum of the earth.
    5. We still can't take penalties.
    6. Good riddance, Eriksson.
    7. Matt Pitt states the obvious.

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    England can't take penalties. I just feel so empty. Annoyed I could take, but I just feel numb.

    Bloomin' Portugal even gave us two pens & we still messed it up.
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