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Mkbw50

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  1. 3-0 (Gray, Abraham, Palmer) Good win. What's important is that we win, also good news is 2-0 as the Dutch lose points
  2. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    If won their game in Kunmong against then they would be in play-offs. A bit of a wasted opportunity, but progress for Team Dragon.
  3. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    Wow FIFA. Trying to be like FINA?
  4. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    *cough* *cough*
  5. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    At the moment it's again. I want to sleep.
  6. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    And 1,121 WCQ minutes! Last team to score against you in WCQ was... .
  7. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    We will probably face you guys and Lithuania again in 2020 qualification, you will have another chance!
  8. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    I met some Slovakia fans in the fanzone. They were all very friendly, when there was a band playing they started dancing and then I and a few England fans had a kickabout with them. Sometimes the ball landed in the band's area, they didn't care much though, just chucked it back. During the game, I was getting annoyed with our fans being quiet, even at 2-1 up the Slovakians were louder. I have to respect their fan base. Still, England won and it's another World Cup. In Britain, that starts with a draw sarcastically commentated over with Guy Mowbray, as we return to the studio with Gary Lineker and the MOTD crew saying "England will not progress/definitely progress from that group" (never an in-between), with the one African or Asian country being described as "tricky",before attention turns to the bigger match between Spain/France/Germany and Brazil/Argentina. The pre-World Cup friendlies come, we beat Denmark 2-1 and Bulgaria 1-0 but lose to Chile 3-1, this is overall hailed a success with things to work on by ITV and Southgate. Promo after promo, not withstanding a Panorama about Russian hooliganism which doesn't come to fruition at all, it finally starts with borderline racist ITV titles, overly-England focused BBC coverage ("So we've seen the opening match, Russia 0-0 Cameroon, what does that tell you about England's chances in Group G against Iran on Tuesday?"), an official World Cup song by Shakira to forget about, a much more viral song that we remember (waaaave your flag), everything in the universe being in the official font, with the official background, the BBC to introduce their fifth new scoreboard graphic in four years, and ITV to introduce an overly clunky one which exists for the sake of being in the same style of the titles, and England to come second in their group after an underwhelming win and a couple of worse draws (Draw 1, on ITV commentated by Clive Tyldsley: "We were unlucky but if we play like that we could go far" Draw 2 on the BBC: "What the fuck was that"), the Scottish media will criticise Tyldsley, not without merit, for being so biased towards England, but it doesn't matter, as we get knocked out of the Round of 16 by whoever won their group. In the quarter-finals, the dark horse who are living a "fairytale" will get knocked out by Germany, but only After Extra Time or maybe on penalties, and have made Asia/Africa (the whole continent, for some reason) proud. The semi-finals lead to the Third Place play-off, which will be on ITV like always, where Sam Matterface and Andy Townsend spend the whole time discussing why the play-off shouldn't exist, before an underwhelming final won 1-0 in extra time. The result allowing our quadrennial access to that is the main thing, no-one will remember this result in England or Slovakia. 2-1
  9. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    AQUAFRESH
  10. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    My dad is a Rep. of Ireland fan as he lived there since age 4, came back at 14. I am an fan though. After England v Malta: "Why do we have to watch these shit games, the bottom 16 should have to play a preliminary competition" 1-1 I make fun of him. "I didn't mean Georgia. I said bottom 4 teams, not Georgia though." Ahem:
  11. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    This reminds me of Mike Bassett. Also a good break for Pot 6, with a win and a draw and with a draw (as I'm sure you know and are very happy to talk about )
  12. Men's Football FIFA World Cup 2018

    Going to Wembley to see the Three Lions give you a whopping on Monday (I hope!) My review for 0-4 There are definitely things to work on after that performance. Our GK and CBs had little role, while our full backs and wings in general were poor. Rashford was a bright spark but many players were ineffectual against a strong defensive side. Malta: Hogg 6, Zerafa 6, Magri 6, Agius 6, Muscat 6, Borg 6, Fenech 5, Kristensen 4, Pisani 5, Schembri 4, Farrugia 4. Subs: Camilleri 5, Fenech 5, Mifsud 5, England: Hart 6, Bertrand 6, Jones 6, Cahill 5, Walker 5, Henderson 6, Livermore 5, Sterling 4, Alli 5, Oxlade-Chamberlain 4, Kane 5 Subs: Rashford 7, Vardy 5, Welbeck 6.
  13. Yes, although wasn't their first of those two a 3-0 forfeit win?
  14. The FA (English association) wants to enter a Women's team to Tokyo 2020
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