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    England vs Brazil, with England winning 3-2 in an epic clash sending the entire UK into a frenzy..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
    England v Argentina.

    England to win 1-0 thanks to a blatant dive from Michael Owen to win another penalty & Sol Campbell to concede a last minute penalty with a brutal scythe of Crespo (which ends Crespo's career), then subsequently saved from Riquelme by Robinson.

    After the game the population of Argentina vote to disband the country & Diego Maradona is sold to Huntingdon Life Science for vivisection.
    that would be a pretty interesting match...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie
    England vs Brazil, with England winning 3-2 in an epic clash sending the entire UK into a frenzy..
    The entire UK apart from the Six Counties, Wales, Scotland and Yorkshire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie
    England vs Brazil, with England winning 3-2 in an epic clash sending the entire UK into a frenzy..
    I actually think ~10,000,000 of the UK would either not give a **** or be rather very upset, and that's not counting people in England.


    I'd imagine you'd go into a frenzy whoever wins. Got 32 replica shirts this year, just incase?


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    England v Argies. Failing that Brazil v Argies. From the continetal mob, CR v Ned would be a very good final I reckon.

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    England vs Germany, England win 16-0 after the Germans have their entire back four sent off for fighting between themselves in the third minute. Wayne Rooney returns to action with ten minutes left and scores a hat-trick. Theo Walcott also scores a double-hat-trick, all of them bicycle kicks from outside the area.

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    If four people get sent off from one team isn't the match over?
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    No it isn't.

    6 players on a side and the game is called off, hence Warnock the scumbag persuading a couple of his team that they were injured a few years back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
    England v Argentina.

    England to win 1-0 thanks to a blatant dive from Michael Owen to win another penalty & Sol Campbell to concede a last minute penalty with a brutal scythe of Crespo (which ends Crespo's career), then subsequently saved from Riquelme by Robinson.

    After the game the population of Argentina vote to disband the country & Diego Maradona is sold to Huntingdon Life Science for vivisection.
    Dream on.

    I would say the UK is far more likely to break up than Argentina ....everyone knows the the SCots and the WElsh aren't exactly enamoured with the English.

    Anyway, Argentina have always been a far superior footballing nation to England and always will be. England are nothing more than hype - all you guys have ever done is 1966 - not even a single European championship to boast about - and you still think you're a top footballing nation.

    As for "hand of god", well I'm happy to see it still rankles the English after all these years

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    Quote Originally Posted by EnglishRose
    Dream on.

    I would say the UK is far more likely to break up than Argentina ....everyone knows the the SCots and the WElsh aren't exactly enamoured with the English.

    Anyway, Argentina have always been a far superior footballing nation to England and always will be. England are nothing more than hype - all you guys have ever done is 1966 - not even a single European championship to boast about - and you still think you're a top footballing nation.

    As for "hand of god", well I'm happy to see it still rankles the English after all these years
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    Quote Originally Posted by EnglishRose
    Dream on.

    I would say the UK is far more likely to break up than Argentina ....everyone knows the the SCots and the WElsh aren't exactly enamoured with the English.

    Anyway, Argentina have always been a far superior footballing nation to England and always will be. England are nothing more than hype - all you guys have ever done is 1966 - not even a single European championship to boast about - and you still think you're a top footballing nation.

    As for "hand of god", well I'm happy to see it still rankles the English after all these years
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    Competitive games won by England v Argentina in normal playing time: 3
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    And even the 1 was as dodgy as...

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    the Netherlands vs. Germany.

    Germany to go ahead through a dodgy penalty in the first minute.

    The Netherlands to equalize in the first half, typical Van the Man close range tip-in.

    Headed winner in the 88th minute by central defender Boulahrouz, Netherlands win 2-1.

    Apart from that a game of no quality getting the rest of the world to moan about it for the next four years.
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    What ever happened to Northern Ireland? Aren't they part of the UK or Great Britian? If so is being planned that Northern Ireland can be given to the folks in Ireland.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig
    What ever happened to Northern Ireland? Aren't they part of the UK or Great Britian? If so is being planned that Northern Ireland can be given to the folks in Ireland.
    They're part of the UK Craig. They beat England 2-1 recently in the WC Qualifying in Belfast

    I honestly doubt they'd ever be part of Ireland again...
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