Discussion in 'Euro2008 (archive)' started by T & P, Jun 26, 2008.
I hope that becomes his nickname.
Their qualification (or lack of) suggests otherwise
Erm...qualification would have been a start....
This is why I was (in the end) glad England wasnt there, the lack of hyperbole was refreashing....
Actually, Spain has more Brazilian-born members than Portugal. Donato, Catanha, some guy in the 70s and now Senna against Deco, Pepe and Celso Matos in the 70s.
WELL DONE SPAIN!!!!
I think England would've been at Euro 2008 if we had a couple of decent strikers. England have great defence, great mid-field, but they can't seem to score goals. IMO.
Seems every team has at least 1 Brazilian these days.
Maybe that's where England are going wrong.
England have no decent keepers, a good defence, an vastly overrated midfield and Wayne Rooney who rarely plays to his full potential. They would have struggled to get out of the group stages.
yes, i did mean xavi, typo fwiw, i thought Iniesta was as good, and i agree with you about Senna.
I think it's good news England weren't at the Euros, because they would have almost certainly been thrashed (by any one of at least a dozen teams in it) repeatedly, and finished fourth in its group.
This is a joke right? - please tell me that this is a joke.
It's dripping with sarcasm and clearly a joke
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