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#521836 - 11/07/18 10:01 PM Re: World Cup - Who’s Watching? [Re: Budster]
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A great effort from the youngest team in the tournament!
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#521839 - 11/07/18 10:08 PM Re: World Cup - Who’s Watching? [Re: paulmog]
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Originally Posted By paulmog
A great effort from the youngest team in the tournament!


Agreed and also a great example of motivation from the manager.
They can return home with their heads held high.
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#521841 - 11/07/18 10:21 PM Re: World Cup - Who’s Watching? [Re: Budster]
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Originally Posted By Budster
Originally Posted By paulmog
A great effort from the youngest team in the tournament!


Agreed and also a great example of motivation from the manager.
They can return home with their heads held high.


+1
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#521842 - 11/07/18 10:21 PM Re: World Cup - Who’s Watching? [Re: Budster]
MDS61 Offline
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Originally Posted By Budster
Originally Posted By paulmog
A great effort from the youngest team in the tournament!


Agreed and also a great example of motivation from the manager.
They can return home with their heads held high.


They were bloomin rubbish...as they should have won!

Over hyped (by so many) and they under achieved: got found out tonight.

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#521844 - 11/07/18 10:30 PM Re: World Cup - Who’s Watching? [Re: Budster]
Stewart S Offline
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Oh well

There’s always the Tour De France

And the football Championship starts in two and a half weeks
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#521845 - 11/07/18 10:32 PM Re: World Cup - Who’s Watching? [Re: MDS61]
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Originally Posted By MDS61
Originally Posted By Budster
Originally Posted By paulmog
A great effort from the youngest team in the tournament!


Agreed and also a great example of motivation from the manager.
They can return home with their heads held high.


They were bloomin rubbish...as they should have won!

Over hyped (by so many) and they under achieved: got found out tonight.


Oooh - a troll on TM? That's rarer than a poor England performance.
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#521847 - 11/07/18 10:36 PM Re: World Cup - Who’s Watching? [Re: Budster]
Stewart S Offline
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Well done to a very young England team

I hope that it’s put some new excitement into following England or any International football
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#521851 - 11/07/18 10:54 PM Re: World Cup - Who’s Watching? [Re: twotribes]
MDS61 Offline
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Originally Posted By twotribes
Originally Posted By MDS61
Originally Posted By Budster
Originally Posted By paulmog
A great effort from the youngest team in the tournament!


Agreed and also a great example of motivation from the manager.
They can return home with their heads held high.


They were bloomin rubbish...as they should have won!

Over hyped (by so many) and they under achieved: got found out tonight.


No not a troll at all...Croatia were there to be beaten, they are not a world class team.

That was our opportunity and we should have taken it...

Oooh - a troll on TM? That's rarer than a poor England performance.

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#521852 - 11/07/18 10:56 PM Re: World Cup - Who’s Watching? [Re: Budster]
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Best game I have watched, I actually watched all of it.

They worked so hard. They didi miss a couple of opportunities which may have made a difference but they really worked hard.
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#521862 - 11/07/18 11:57 PM Re: World Cup - Who’s Watching? [Re: Budster]
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Registered: 07/09/09
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I think that the English team did enormously well. They are so young and have a great future ahead of them. I would not underestimate Croatia. Let's see how France deals with this opponent. Croatia is not as easy to beat as some people think.

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