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    England, anyone watching?

    Nothing better to watch! They’re rubbish, we’ve been deprived of our league matches to facilitate this tripe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kettering_baggie View Post
    Nothing better to watch! They’re rubbish, we’ve been deprived of our league matches to facilitate this tripe.

    After watching the s hite James Bond absolute wooden acting bollox last night - I thought I couldn't be bored two nights on a trot so gave this a miss! Absolute greedy w ankers and would rather watch Harrogate Town!

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    Quote Originally Posted by baggieal View Post
    After watching the s hite James Bond absolute wooden acting bollox last night - I thought I couldn't be bored two nights on a trot so gave this a miss! Absolute greedy w ankers and would rather watch Harrogate Town!
    Oh the joy . You should of watched bake off. Was desert week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kettering_baggie View Post
    Nothing better to watch! They’re rubbish, we’ve been deprived of our league matches to facilitate this tripe.
    Agree-there must be a better way to organise international games so that they do not have such an impact on the domestic leagues. I would not want to deprive smaller nations of the opportunity to play international football in these qualifiers just as no one would want to take away the opportunities for lower league clubs in the FA cup for example but this is all becoming farcical now. I know these early stage games allow the B team players to show what they can do but it is only against lesser opposition so the value of that is debatable and especially so given the impact these international breaks have On the Premiership /Championship.

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    Not a good game either was it? All seemed very disjointed. Need to do a lot better than this going forward. Trouble between the "fans" not good either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Omegstrat6 View Post
    Not a good game either was it? All seemed very disjointed. Need to do a lot better than this going forward. Trouble between the "fans" not good either.
    The ‘fan’ trouble was the only entertainment on view at Wembley!

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    What a contrast to last night, real entertainment, Albert Lee and band at The Stables, what an outstanding guitarist that man is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kettering_baggie View Post
    What a contrast to last night, real entertainment, Albert Lee and band at The Stables, what an outstanding guitarist that man is.
    Confess to being jealous of you for getting to see him! One of the truly great guitar players

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    Why would anyone watch England?

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    Poor performance last night for sure. Love watching England it gives a sense of what it must be like to be born supporting one of the best teams, expecting to win every game and then seeing them slated every time they don’t!!

    However, looking forward to seeing all the England positive comments back posting from the fair weather England supporters, as they were when we were doing well in the summer, if in the unlikely event we do well at the World Cup.

    Come on England.

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