Posted on June 25, 2018 by ADMIN
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13 thoughts on “Alfie’s World Cup podcast – What a day for England

  1. Eddie Hoyte

    I keep coning across the Banega deal shìt and how Emery wants him… I don’t want that player near the squad please. Go for someone better, wtf are we gone do with Banega?

    1. RSH

      seems like he doesn’t want to leave Seville. Hopefully we go for somebody younger. No more 30 year olds that will need replacing in 1-2 seasons.

  2. Phil

    All this about Harry Kane really does my head in
    His first penalty he was at least FIVE YARDS offside when he took the spot kick
    His second penalty he was TEN YARDS offside
    His third goal should have been disallowed as quite clearly his boot laces were not tied up correctly
    I’m surprised nobody else noticed all these blatant infringements of the Laws of Association Football
    I’m just saying

  3. Sue

    Sorry to be a party pooper… but this was Panama (who had a 37 yr old playing, plus another guy who had a trial with Nottingham Forest!!! Says it all) England should be thrashing teams like that. If they do that against one of the big teams, or against Belgium on Thursday then I’ll be like ‘Wow’
    Was surprised Sterling played…don’t get the hype over him…. he’s pants 😛

  4. gotanidea

    I bet the previous commentators above my comment are not English or not England national football team fans

    In my opinion, England have been playing very well since the Tunisia game and they are one of the strongest candidates in winning the World Cup

    All because of the 3-5-2 formation, their physicalities and Southgate’s strategy

    1. Sue

      Playing very well since the Tunisia game?! That’s one game, against a poor side!
      We shall see if you’re right in the next few weeks

  5. Nikhilesh

    2009-10: Guardiola manager of spanish club Barcelona
    2010 Fifa WC winner: Spain
    2013-14: Guardiola manager of german club Bayern Munich
    2014 Fifa WC winner: Germany
    2017-18: Guardiola manager of english club Manchester City
    2018 Fifa WC winner: IYKWIM

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