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    Jack Warner Gone Crazy?

    WARNER VOWS TO SHOCK ENGLAND

    Warner turns his ire on England

    Rhain move likened to slavery

    After these statements it's safe to say the pressure as gotten to dear old Austin.Warner has gone crazy IMO. Did some nice work for the CONCACAF region which I live in but he should retire. The job's getting to him and he must have been wronged by an Englishman or something. Last summer it was with wanting only to beat England at the WC. Now he's attacking English football and then he calls Man Utd slave drivers. time to go Austin(Jack's a nickname).
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    *Bump.*

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    Obviously he seems like an individual with some fairly serious issues (and possibly overly fond of liquid lunches I'd warrant too), but there's a grain of truth in everyone hating England and us never really having a serious impact on the world game ('66 and all that excepted). If one disregards tournaments we've hosted, our sum total achievements are semi-finals of the European Champioship in 1968 & semi-finals of the World Cup in 1990. The latter achieved by beating the footballing giants of Egypt (1-0), Belgium (1-0, scored in the last minute of extra-time) & Cameroon (3-2, after extra-time with the aid of two penalities).
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    Would have to disagree with the having an impact argument there.


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    Quote Originally Posted by roseboy64 View Post
    Would have to disagree with the having an impact argument there.
    Care to tell the rest of the class why?

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    Well for one winning the World Cup. Also, professional football started in Britain. Also, that's where the game as we know it evolved. Football as it is today was because of England and the British Isles. Others such as Brazil have expanded on it but if you do the research you'll see that there wouldn't be pro football and football even without England.



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