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      fishpie
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #660 : Nov 15, 2014 12:40:58 pm »
      I think it means 'come on Northern Ireland keep at it' ?

      Wasn't it the other Ireland who were playing? I thought of it like your definition but thought well it's not even N. Ireland though, maybe N. Ireland were playing too last night, *shrug*
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #661 : Nov 15, 2014 05:50:15 pm »
      Wasn't it the other Ireland who were playing? I thought of it like your definition but thought well it's not even N. Ireland though, maybe N. Ireland were playing too last night, *shrug*

      N.Ireland we're playing against Romania so would think the poster was referring to that game?
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #662 : Nov 16, 2014 04:58:46 pm »
      Some good games on tonight so might have to keep flicking back and forth though I'm currently watching Belgium v Wales and in particular Origi as I've not seen him play since the WC.
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #663 : Nov 18, 2014 04:39:07 pm »
      Spain vs Germany
      Messi Vs Ronaldo
      England Vs Scotland

      hmmm, what to watch :S
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #664 : Nov 18, 2014 04:43:22 pm »
      I will be watching the Ireland vs USA game this afternoon.
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #665 : Nov 18, 2014 05:22:22 pm »
      F***ing gutted can't go out and wAtch the game as the missus is at the gym ... And I've got the brats :-( bollocks
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #666 : Nov 18, 2014 10:20:57 pm »
      Fair play to Strachan very honest post match interview. No bullshit, total honesty as much as he was a Manc c**t stuff like that earns my respect.
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #667 : Nov 19, 2014 01:08:34 am »
      Fair play to Strachan very honest post match interview. No bullshit, total honesty as much as he was a Manc c**t stuff like that earns my respect.

      Just watched the game, didn't see the aftermath :)

      On a side note, I like Wilshere in that defensive role. If he stays fit, in a couple of years time, I can see him becoming really exceptional in that position.
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #668 : Jan 30, 2015 03:19:06 pm »
      Jürgen Klinsmann backheels two footballs at the same time:

      Jürgen Klinsmann backheels TWO balls at the same time Chile vs USA 2015
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #669 : Jan 31, 2015 01:23:11 pm »
      Come on you Aussies. Just won the Asia Cup against South Korea.

      Now for our boys to put plenty past the Hammers.
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #670 : Jan 31, 2015 01:51:37 pm »
      Come on you Aussies. Just won the Asia Cup against South Korea.

      Now for our boys to put plenty past the Hammers.

      Congratulations to all the Aussie's on here!
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #671 : Jan 31, 2015 02:01:31 pm »
      Come on you Aussies. Just won the Asia Cup against South Korea.

       :champ: :oranje: :oranje: :oranje:
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #672 : Mar 25, 2015 08:16:01 pm »
      Anyone explain to me why Scotland are playing in white with red trim and Northern Ireland are playing in blue.  Can't say I've watched much of NI to know their colours but it confused the hell out of me as I assumed Scotland were the team in blue  ;D

      Also do NI always use that National Anthem?  That confused me as well when I heard it  :D
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #673 : Mar 26, 2015 08:51:50 pm »
      France vs Brazil anyone?
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #674 : Mar 27, 2015 10:28:36 am »

      Interesting game, france started well but faded pretty badly, still can't see how anyone would pay £30m for Willian, not a fan of dunga but they looked a lot better as the game went on.
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #675 : Mar 29, 2015 08:08:31 pm »
      Just finished watching Brazil. What a waste playing Coutinho as a left sided midfielder. Not entirely sure how they are for competitive matches, but Dunga's style seems to be similar to Mourinho? Based on the games I watched, I can not see Coutinho succeeding in this current team :(

      As for Firmino, he really should be our primary target and the forward we should be buying, really think he'll reach world class status if he joins us! Loved his no look goal :D
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      Re: Other International friendlies
      Reply #676 : Jun 07, 2015 08:39:27 pm »
      Ireland 0-0 England.

      Great game that.

      One for the purists.
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      Re: International friendlies
      Reply #677 : Jun 07, 2015 09:31:40 pm »
      Just switched over and Coutinho scored :D
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      Re: International friendlies
      Reply #678 : Jun 11, 2015 07:59:22 pm »
      Danny Higginbotham is so full of sh*t, said he's watched Loftus-Cheek a lot this season and he's the type of strong player that England under-21s have missed :lmao: He's average at best atm and they walked through qualification. He's being made to look a right numpty by David James of all people.
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      Re: International friendlies
      Reply #679 : Jun 11, 2015 08:23:46 pm »
      Danny Higginbotham is so full of sh*t, said he's watched Loftus-Cheek a lot this season and he's the type of strong player that England under-21s have missed :lmao: He's average at best atm and they walked through qualification. He's being made to look a right numpty by David James of all people.

      Come on, don't be harsh on Higginbotham, I'm sure he did his research and probably has seen Loftus-Cheek a lot this season...... youtube compilations :D
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      Re: International friendlies
      Reply #680 : Jun 11, 2015 08:55:12 pm »
      Really like Hughes. Thought he was a 1 dimensional attacking midfield player, but when I watched Derby (because of Ibe), I noticed he was much more than that. Surprised we haven't taken a gamble, think he could be a first teamer for us in a season or 2.
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      Re: International friendlies
      Reply #681 : Jun 12, 2015 12:07:43 am »
      Really like Hughes. Thought he was a 1 dimensional attacking midfield player, but when I watched Derby (because of Ibe), I noticed he was much more than that. Surprised we haven't taken a gamble, think he could be a first teamer for us in a season or 2.

      Derby value him at £15m or something crazy, when the Mancs are getting Firmino for £13.1m...

      I get your point mate and I know you feel the same as me with regards Firmino, I just don't think I'll get over that transfer fee in a long time.
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      Reply #682 : Jun 12, 2015 12:36:01 am »
      Derby value him at £15m or something crazy, when the Mancs are getting Firmino for £13.1m...

      I get your point mate and I know you feel the same as me with regards Firmino, I just don't think I'll get over that transfer fee in a long time.

      He was the one player I really wanted after I started to watch him regularly last year, and if it didn't come to fruition, I wouldn't have mind, as long as it wasn't to f**king Man Utd..... for 13m!!!!! 

      As for Hughes, I think he has the potential to be a really fantastic player. His play style is actually similar to Pjanic, would love us to take a gamble on him for the right price.
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      Re: International friendlies
      Reply #683 : Sep 09, 2015 02:28:26 am »
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ae8zbMRnHz4

      Hopefully, Coutinho or Firmino will be on 2nd half!!!
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      Re: International friendlies
      Reply #684 : Sep 09, 2015 02:21:02 pm »
      That was awful, Klinnsman has lost the plot. Why he persists with Bradley I have no idea. Goes missing for long stretches and just isn't good enough. American team needs a lot of new blood and probably a new coach.
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      Re: International friendlies
      Reply #685 : Nov 15, 2015 03:51:26 pm »
      Hahahaha anyone seen the video on SSN of Vincent Kompany singing the Barmy Army's song but about Belgium.
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      Re: International friendlies
      Reply #686 : Nov 17, 2015 06:46:23 pm »
      Germany v Holland game called off by the Police after a suspect case was found at the Stadium which was evacuated.

      http://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2015/nov/17/paris-terror-attacks-french-police-launch-fresh-raids-overnight-live#block-564b70c9e4b0a51fe20188ee
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      Reply #687 : Nov 17, 2015 07:53:57 pm »
      Being reported that there was an ambulance parked at the front of the stadium full of explosives.
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      Re: International friendlies
      Reply #688 : Nov 17, 2015 08:22:11 pm »
      Really don't get the point of these friendlies. All it does is disrupt the league season needlessly. National teams will say it gives them a chance to assess the team etc but it doesn't because if there's an injury it could keep them out for a while, hamper their whole season and rule them out of a summer competition, go into it unfit etc. Why not wait until the season is finished.

      If Clyne or any of our lads get injured then it would be typical.
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      Re: International friendlies
      Reply #689 : Nov 17, 2015 08:32:09 pm »
      Really don't get the point of these friendlies. All it does is disrupt the league season needlessly. National teams will say it gives them a chance to assess the team etc but it doesn't because if there's an injury it could keep them out for a while, hamper their whole season and rule them out of a summer competition, go into it unfit etc. Why not wait until the season is finished.

      If Clyne or any of our lads get injured then it would be typical.

      I know mate and Uncle Roy is wanting to get the lads together for a few days when there aren't any International games on, just for a get together, like that's going to make a difference how we play  :lmao:

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