Sunday, June 27, 2010

The Ref's asst was right!



The England performance was shocking. Beaten by Sunday League tactics.

13 comments:

Not the Messiah said...

Lord Nelson, Lord Beaverbrook, Sir Winston Churchill, Sir Anthony Eden, Clement Attlee, Henry Cooper, Lady Diana, vi har slått dem alle sammen, vi har slått dem alle sammen [we have beaten them all, we have beaten them all]. Maggie Thatcher, can you hear me? Maggie Thatcher [...] your boys took a hell of a beating! Your boys took a hell of a beating!"

Conan the Librarian™ said...

Were you Russian tae dae that...?

RantinRab said...

I must have been Conan, just noticed (and fixed) the typo.

MTG said...

What a relief that Scotland was spared a more humiliating scoreline against Jerry.

Dazed And Confused said...

The saddest thing of all, is come September time, thousands of gullible saps will once again allow themselves to be fleeced dry, by turning up come what may, to watch this dreadful team start their qualification campaign for Euro 2012., and knowing damned well that they just not good enough.
Gascoine was International class because he could turn a game on the World stage. Time and time again we bare witness to the fact that Rooney is anything but, as his performances for England are little short of shocking.

If England fans really wanted change from our God awful International team, we would boycott the upcoming qualifying matches en-mass, where-by the incompetent F.A., would be forced to sit up and address the problems.

Wont happen in a million Years though.

Anonymous said...

Were they Scotland in disguise?

Curley Bill

Catosays said...

Since I've no great interest in football alias soccer, it was only within the last hour I became aware that a miserable bunch of no-hopers lost a match.

What boils my piss about footie is that people who can't really afford it (or perhaps shouldn't afford it) are ready, willing and able to shell out huge amounts of dough to watch a bunch of brainless tossers who couldn't earn a days wages at a boot sale.

Conan the Librarian™ said...

Curley Bill, naw, they definitely had England shirts on.
If Scotland had been there, the TA would have stuck vuvuzelas in every available orifice of the English commentators and played them as bagpipes.

Dazed And Confused said...

@ Conan the Librarian™

"If Scotland had been there"?

Obviously "If" is the operative word, and I for one would advocate the English team landing at Glasgow airport on the ignominious return, if only to give the Scottish youth a glimpse of a team that actually qualified for a major tournament, as they may never witness such an event again in their present lifespan...

Conan the Librarian™ said...

D&C
Being English, ye'll never hae heard o' the Kirin Cup...

3 Lions ? said...

I see Andy Murray is 'British' again. Before being demoted to 'Scottish' when he gets beaten. And the nobs commentating at Wimblebore still call it 'Henman Hill' instead of 'Murray Mount'. What did Henman win again ?

RantinRab said...

Andy Murray? I call him 'tosser' because that's what he is.

I hate the cunt.

Corrugated Soundbite said...

So this is the end of our "golden generation" is it? Good. The spoilt little chavs that comprise our team are no doubt gearing up for deals with OK Magazine and arguing the toss over the financial fineries of their "image rights" as of now.

When you suggest that the loyal plebs who part with hundreds of pounds a throw to take their families to watch England's qualifying campaign, you get blank stares. It's all Capello's fault, innit. It's coz Gerrard woz played out of position, innit. Brazil played with two out of position yesterday, who played very well by all accounts.

It was obvious what England aspire to be in an interview before the world cup started, when Joe Cole described the USA, Slovenia and Algeria as "all great sides".

I finished with 'em a long time ago.