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Post by corn on Mon 16 May - 22:14

Who would be in your England starting XI?



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Post by Geslan on Tue 17 May - 3:54

jajajajaj rooney is too fat




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Post by corn on Tue 31 May - 14:35

https://twitter.com/England/status/737629403195265024

The confirmed 23. Townsend, Drinkwater and Delph have been cut from the squad.

Only reason I can give for Rashford's inclusion is Sturridge's fitness, and you obviously can't cut a player of Danny's quality if he could be fit for the tournament. Aside that I think Marcus too raw and will have no impact on the game.

Drinkwater I would've taken over Henderson or Barkley but I can't really complain too much.

Stones is in the squad but if he plays like he did against Australia then he'll be fine.




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Post by giggs' on Tue 31 May - 16:26

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Post by Guest on Tue 31 May - 16:52

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Post by corn on Wed 1 Jun - 15:48

http://www.theguardian.com/football/ng-interactive/2016/jun/01/euro-2016-the-complete-guide-to-every-squad-and-every-player-in-france

Good read.




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Post by Guest on Wed 1 Jun - 18:47

@Giggs' wrote:

Well I just think that Wilshere is a more complete player than Drinkwater. Drinkwater's alright but I don't think he's great, certainly not better than Barkley anyway.

And as for Drinkwater, glad he's not going. Shit attitude as far as I'm concerned. When Ashley Cole was told he wasn't going to Brazil his response was to wish Roy and the lads good luck and that's the attitude I want to see from our players. Kevin Nolan as well, who should have gotten a cap, just got on with it, never complained, never showed his bottom lip, never went to the media to rant, just went on with his business and tried to win games for his team and impress onlookers. So Drinkwater is better than Wilshere is he? In his own deluded opinion maybe. 0 England caps stays it all.
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Post by corn on Thu 9 Jun - 19:58



what a top top lad Joe is




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Post by Guest on Fri 10 Jun - 13:53



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Post by corn on Wed 15 Jun - 16:13



What's your Team of the Week? (today's games don't count towards this)

Sommer (SUI)

Walker (ENG)-Chiellini (ITA)-Guzmics (HUN)-Rodriguez (SUI)

Kroos (GER)-Allen (WAL)-Kleinheisler (HUN)

Payet (FRA)

Bale (WAL)-Milik (POL)




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Post by Honda Flashurai on Wed 15 Jun - 16:35

The whole Poland team basically  Smile
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Post by corn on Thu 23 Jun - 12:21

So who makes your Group Stage XI? The players who you think played the best during the group matches.

Sommer (SUI)

Hysaj (ALB)-Ajeti (ALB)-Guzmics (HUN)-Chiellini (ITA)

Payet (FRA)-Kante (FRA)-Kroos (GER)-Ramsey (WAL)-Dzudzsak (HUN)

Bale (WAL)

Coach of the group stage: Bernd Storck (HUN)




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Post by Rénbeaudach on Sat 25 Jun - 14:31

@corn wrote:So who makes your Group Stage XI? The players who you think played the best during the group matches.


McGovern

Walker - Bonucci - Chiellini - Alba

Modric - Kanté - Iniesta

Payet - Morata - Bale

Also for shits and giggles - worst team of the group stages

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Lindelöf - Clark - Dragovic - Evra

Sterling - Golovin - Stepanenko - Arda Turan

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Post by Guest on Sat 25 Jun - 14:59

McGovern

Walker - Bonucci - Chiellini - Hector? (dunno tbh)

Modric - Xhaka - Ramsey

Payet - Bale - Perisic
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Post by corn on Sun 10 Jul - 23:38

Team of the tournament:

Buffon (ITA)

Sagna (FRA)-Chiellini (ITA)-Pepe (POR)-Taylor (WAL)

Ramsey (WAL)-Payet (FRA)-Kroos (GER)-Renato Sanches (POR)

Griezemann (FRA)-Bale (WAL)

Manager of the tournament: Fernando Santos (POR)




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