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BRANDED 9:36 Tue May 7
Can the grief monies do the impossible?
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Takashi Miike 9:23 Fri May 10
Re: Can the grief monies do the impossible?
the England team looks good too at the moment

White Pony 9:16 Fri May 10
Re: Can the grief monies do the impossible?
The top teams have been packed with foreign players for years. Especially Arsenal and Chelsea. Not sure why this is such a surprise now. As others have said, the past few days have shown the Premier League is comparatively strong at the moment, not necessarily the England team.

RBshorty 9:08 Fri May 10
Re: Can the grief monies do the impossible?
No one has mentioned this. But goal line technology and var have all helped push the balance of power towards the Premiership teams. I’m not saying English sides never play acted or got a dodgy refs decision. But in Spain and Italy it has always been seen as part of the game. (Also see why both country’s did so poorly trying for the World Cup. Italy didn’t even qualify.!) So as fans and media slap each other on the backs and congratulate each other. It’s not just about great team spirit or wonderful coaches. (Although that all helps.) It’s been the technological advances that’s really helped the English game over the pass season.

Sven Roeder 8:19 Fri May 10
Re: Can the grief monies do the impossible?
Kane & Alli are probably the only ones you’d regard as key players for the 4 clubs
Rose & Trippier are support players
For Liverpool Alexander-Arnold has been very good , Henderson and Milner are water carriers but obviously all their STARS are foreign
Chelsea have LoftusCheek and Barkley sharing a position
Arsenal have Maitland-Niles as a promising player but obviously not one of the key players

And they all have foreign managers
And owners ... foreign based tax dodgers in the case of Spurs

Capitol Man 3:12 Fri May 10
Re: Can the grief monies do the impossible?
Wonder how many English players there will be in the 44 starters.

Alfie 1:36 Fri May 10
Re: Can the grief monies do the impossible?
The door to the European UEFA FIFA Football Continental Clan ( UFFCC - a clever and weighty acronym) creaked open like a ducks beak choking on a mollusc.

It was Monsieur Hublot who kicked the door ajar, Chief General Under Secretary of the UEFA Conclave.

Taking off his Barcelona scarf - he eyed the Eurosport newsfeed with barely concealed disgust, before fixing his gaze upon the hiding eyes of the assembled European Football UEFA Feefer Euralasian Football association men.

' how the fuck have the Eenglish done this??' he screeched.
' four of the cunts in our finals?? Platini - what we fucking pay you for?? Cant we fucking ban them for something!! WHY!!'?

Platini squirmed under his proud moustache and toked helplessly on his lip soggy Gauloise.

'But Monsieur president....' he beseeched - ' zey are just fucking better zan us....'.

Outside, the sun was setting.

The UEFEFIFA delegates looked from man to man, eye to eye.



None could quite articulate why.

Alfs 1:27 Fri May 10
Re: Can the grief monies do the impossible?
WHU(Exeter) 11:47 Thu May 9

Nothing's perfect.

Sven Roeder 1:15 Fri May 10
Re: Can the grief monies do the impossible?
English teams
You might as well say 4 European teams in the European finals

HairyHammer 1:06 Fri May 10
Re: Can the cunts lose a penalty shootout?
4 British teams in the two big European finals that is mental.

SUM A DING WONG 1:02 Fri May 10
Re: Can the cunts lose a penalty shootout?
Please ignore my last post - wrong thread!

BRANDED 1:01 Fri May 10
Re: Can the cunts lose a penalty shootout?
I’m literally a massive cunt.

Vexed 12:55 Fri May 10
Re: Can the cunts lose a penalty shootout?
You shit bag Branded.

BRANDED 12:53 Fri May 10
Re: Can the cunts lose a penalty shootout?
I put a bit of kybosh on this.

Fuck fuck fuck

Worst finals ever

Vexed 12:51 Fri May 10
Re: Can the cunts lose a penalty shootout?
Fucking hell, worst case scenario or what? I'm going to have to want all the reds to win. This sickens me.

SUM A DING WONG 12:50 Fri May 10
Re: Can the grief monies do the impossible?
With the exception of Liverpool and Man City - Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham have more or less thrown the league for the past couple of months.

Now, I don't like any of them, so iam very much biased and its definitely sour grapes on my behalf - guilty as charged.

But, is it not right to expect some of our so called 'elite teams' to be able to compete well in both League and European competitions?

It just goes to show the gap between the top 6 and the rest of the league - because the rest of us have not been able to capitalise on the situation.

wanstead_hammer 12:48 Fri May 10
Re: Can the cunts lose a penalty shootout?
After a great week (last week) with us beating Tottenham/Ajax beating em/Barca beating the mickeys, then us beating Southampton,
It’s all gone squew whiff this week, well and truly pete tong.
And the plastic west London muppets ave just finished it all off.
Nightmare.

Iron Duke 12:42 Fri May 10
Re: Can the grief monies do the impossible?
Kepa is really shit. How much did they spend on him?

happygilmore 12:40 Fri May 10
Re: Can the grief monies do the impossible?
Chelsea manager didn't go with his previous failed plan to bring on Willy to save the penalties

Sven Roeder 12:38 Fri May 10
Re: Can the grief monies do the impossible?
And one London team coming back a LOSER
The only compensation
I’d prefer that to be Chelsea

Any Old Iron 12:38 Fri May 10
Re: Can the cunts lose a penalty shootout?
The fucking rent boys go through on pens. Lucky cunts.
Out of the four this week they were ones I wanted to lose most. Despicable plastic club. Hate them far more than Sp*rs.

happygilmore 12:36 Fri May 10
Re: Can the grief monies do the impossible?
At least one European trophy coming to London

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