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International Friendlies 8th-14th November 2015

Discussion in 'International Football Betting' started by slick, Nov 7, 2017.

  1. slick

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  2. ONEDUNME

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    I've backed Gundogan's player goal minutes against England.
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    Aye, looking at the teams could be a goal fest for Germany.
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    Thought England played quite well tonight albeit against a similar depleted German team, considering the success of all the England under age categories this year, I think the future looks bright, the young kids tonight never looked in awe and seemed to enjoy taking it to Germany, these cocky little fcukers we're producing could I feel give us a major tourny in the very near future (as in near I mean the next 10 yrs), I didn't feel that with the golden generation but these no marks I feel are going to come good.
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    Cocky little fuckers until they get weighed down with the usual pressure of expectation that a few failed tournaments brings with it. After an hour of being booed for the crime of trying to play football and losing the ball a couple of times in a game they will eventually become too frightened to try anything. Too scared to do anything but get rid of the fucking ball as soon as they can in order to protect their reputation and their place in the team.

    Seen it all before Slick
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    ..and don't even get me started on the press. They're happy to build the youngsters up if only to use them as a stick to beat the established players with. "Look at what the youngsters did - why are you so shit?"

    When the youngsters step up, they'll become the targets for the press.
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    I'd like to agree ODM but these little shits have a lot more confidence than peeps used to have, trying not to be biased but I'm putting it down to Chelsea and City's youth systems who have walked everything before them nationally by a country mile for the last 4 or 5 yrs, this has now crossed over to the English players in those squads who are now beating all before them at the same level Internationally, coveted from the press by their respective clubs.
    Sancho and Brewster apart who decided to move on from City and Chelsea but that's where they learnt their trade.

    England has a bright future ahead, to dominate at so many levels like we have never done before and get no future rewards is hard to see.
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  8. ONEDUNME

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    It's not that hard to see mate. The problem has never been the players (or the managers for that matter). Less talented squads than ours have won the Euroes - far less talented. It's not about talent or tactics, the problem is the press and us, the fans. I know it's become a cliche but the majority of the country really do think that we should be winning things just because we're England. True the realisation is catching on with people who actually think but there are plenty who are incapable of thinking and they, along with the press make the pressure on the players absolutely impossible.

    What I want to see happen (and this WOULD make a difference) is for the English people (through social media, radio phone ins and letters to the newspapers) to turn against the negativity of the press and shout them down. I'll guarantee you now that next April/May time the papers will be running negative stories about England players before a ball is kicked. The cunts have the stories filed away now ready to run before the World Cup. The turning point will be when the people say enough is enough. The press are spineless cunts who think they are giving the fans what they want. If we let them know that we don't want this shit, they will change and that will be the first step to big change.

    I can't remember who we played not long ago but they were shit and we were expected to beat them (which we did, convincingly in the end). I don't normally watch pointless qualifiers but I was in a pub when this was on and I couldn't believe that the fans were booing the team at half time because it was nil-nil.

    I'm telling you, some of them are brain-dead. And it's not a small minority. We need the generation who have grown up only knowing a shit England team to become the vast majority before that attitude changes.
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