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Dock

FREEEEDDOM!!!

Didn't even know this was on tomorrow. Shows how much I give a flying fuck about football these days:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/23680235
fartcatcher

Hope the sweaties win.

Our preening primadonnas are only interested in their premiership paychecks.
sheeps

We beat the Chillie Jocko's six nowt last night at U/21.
fartcatcher

I did like Lambert's goal. First time I've seen a proper centre forward's header since Shearer. He'll probably never play for England again but at least he will have some good memories.
bearing

fartcatcher wrote:
I did like Lambert's goal. First time I've seen a proper centre forward's header since Shearer. He'll probably never play for England again but at least he will have some good memories.


I remember another 'proper' centre forward scoring on his debut against Scotland and not getting the recognition he deserved.



Probably something to do with him not being 'one of the boys' He was a third division player at the time. All my mates were Wolves fans so we used to go most weeks to watch them, he was one incredible goal scorer, just knew where the goal was.
fartcatcher

Yes indeed.
One of my main complaints about the England selection process is that a half fit Man U, Liverpool or Arsenal reserve will always get the nod over a first choice player for a less fashionable club.
Grind

fartcatcher wrote:
Yes indeed.
One of my main complaints about the England selection process is that a half fit Man U, Liverpool or Arsenal reserve will always get the nod over a first choice player for a less fashionable club.


I think the justification for that has always been to do with that they play together routinely, so less coaching and the suchlike is needed.

I don't really know too much about Ricky Lambert beyond fantasy football stats but, much like Steve Bull, I think it's great he's had a chance ,especially given the long route he's taken to get there.

A pity he's not a bit younger.
bearing

Grind wrote:
fartcatcher wrote:
Yes indeed.
One of my main complaints about the England selection process is that a half fit Man U, Liverpool or Arsenal reserve will always get the nod over a first choice player for a less fashionable club.


I think the justification for that has always been to do with that they play together routinely, so less coaching and the suchlike is needed.

I don't really know too much about Ricky Lambert beyond fantasy football stats but, much like Steve Bull, I think it's great he's had a chance ,especially given the long route he's taken to get there.

A pity he's not a bit younger.


But still Hodgson had to have a pop about him, saying he lacked a yard.
Plastic Man

bearing wrote:
But still Hodgson had to have a pop about him, saying he lacked a yard.


That's very harsh - criticising someone just because they don't have a garden.
bearing

Plastic Man wrote:
bearing wrote:
But still Hodgson had to have a pop about him, saying he lacked a yard.


That's very harsh - criticising someone just because they don't have a garden.


It's snobbery that's what it is.
Grind

Instead of shrubbery.

* Errr, Ni! *
Late Doors

Well bugger me, England were playing last night apparently. Someone getting booked was the main sports headline news his morning. Freedom indeed
bearing

Late Doors wrote:
Well bugger me, England were playing last night apparently. Someone getting booked was the main sports headline news his morning. Freedom indeed


First I knew was the pictures of folk at Wembley on Faceache last night.
fartcatcher

fartcatcher wrote:
I did like Lambert's goal. First time I've seen a proper centre forward's header since Shearer. He'll probably never play for England again but at least he will have some good memories.


 

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