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(Original post by chats)
edit: poland o.g ledley king
More like a let in by James.
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(Original post by NDGAARONDI)
3-1 Poland....
WAT?!? :eek:

We have lost only 3 times in competitive games under Sven.
Once to the Might of Ronaldinho and Co, and by only one goal!
Once on Penalties to the Hosts of the Euros.
And Once to France...err...lets not go there.

(Original post by chats)
edit: poland o.g ledley king
LOL, Nah King is cool and calm. :cool:
More likely to come from "Own Goal Neville"!
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(Original post by mc_watson87)
LOL, Nah King is cool and calm. :cool:
You ****ing know it.
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(Original post by mc_watson87)
WAT?!? :eek:



LOL, Nah King is cool and calm. :cool:
it wont be his fault, he will suplly a nice paced backpass but unfortunately david james will have his legs open.
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(Original post by mc_watson87)
WAT?!? :eek:
I'm deliberately saying it so not to tempt fate.

(Original post by mc_watson87)
We have lost only 3 times in competitive games under Sven.
Once to the Might of Ronaldinho and Co, and by only one goal!
Once on Penalties to the Hosts of the Euros.
And Once to France...err...lets not go there.
I know, two of which could certainly have been avoided.
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(Original post by chats)
it wont be his fault, he will suplly a nice paced backpass but unfortunately david james will have his legs open.
Lol, Yeah i could see that happening. :eek:

(Original post by NDGAARONDI)
I'm deliberately saying it so not to tempt fate.
Ah...wise thinking!
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(Original post by mc_watson87)
Ah...wise thinking!
Teams have tempted fate and paid the price *remembers Arsenal's loss*
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(Original post by mc_watson87)
LOL, Nah King is cool and calm. :cool:
More likely to come from "Own Goal Neville"!
Now there's some realistic thinking!
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I wonder if Neville will score for England before he dies. how many has he played now?
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Far too many for his own good.
I agree. We need new players to play more often.
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Far too many for his own good.
lol, he has too score one of these days.

and with 50/1 odds for a first goal, and 20/1 to score anytime, someone could make a bit of money.
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(Original post by piginapoke)
Question is, who?
Name a few
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Boston United have reached the second round of Carling Cup after an entertaining extra time 4-3 win over Luton Town at York Street.

Substitute Lee Thompson scored the winner in extra time to set up a home tie with Premiership outfit Fulham for Steve Evans's side.

It was The Pilgrims who took the lead into half time after Courtney Pitt took possession of Tom Bennett's corner before striking a deflected shot past Marlon Beresford for 1-0.

The second half saw Boston's Jason Lee go from York Street villain to hero in a matter of five minutes.

Lee handed Mike Newell's side an equaliser seven minutes after the break before turning around and scoring at the right end with a header five minutes later.

The Hatters, however, would restore parity with 13 minutes remaining Kevin Nicholls converted his spot kick home after Boston's Mark Greaves had brought down Luton's on loan striker Rowan Vine.

Injury time then saw two substitutes add goals to the tally on the evening, with Thompson looking to have taken the tie for the home side.

However, Luton had enough time to roar up the other end of the pitch to level again through Enoch Showunmi to take the contest into extra time.

Despite being forced to the extra half hour of football, Boston took the lead for the fourth time in the match when Thompson scored his second goal in a matter of minutes.

The result takes the Lincolnshire-based outfit into the second round of the competition for the first time in their brief Football League history.
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(Original post by piginapoke)
Errr... Luke Young?
good choice
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Glen Johnson and Philip Ifil might be the future players battling for the right-back slot.

King and Terry likely to be future central England defence too.
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Terry is likely to be future central England defender too.
yeh i agree, he deserves it
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You could make Lampard second in line for captaincy too
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there are a few good possible captains. terry, campbell (when fit), gerrard, neville
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(Original post by piginapoke)
Anyone but Beckham really. Can you tell I don't like him?
lol yes i can, is it because he is a jew?
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Eh?
lol, i was trying to do a ali G ''is it because i is black''

becks has jewish ancestory
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