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  1. Indeed we have. Hopefully this time we prevail. Bugger!
  2. Indeed we have. Hopefully this time we prevail.
  3. Not sure if the Bears have read the script!
  4. Great to get the 3 points tonight. Been quite a while. Hopefully things can move on from here. Haven't heard the term 'Big Nige' recently, I'm guessing due to crap performances by the team and management. So was wondering, what sort of consistency or results were needed for Mr Pearson to once again be elevated to the heights of being referred to as 'Big Nige'?
  5. Done it. Tricky, but being a proper Bemmie boy found it interesting.
  6. Finally have come up with a solution to all this taking of the knee Bill hooks. After yet another capitulation of holding a lead by our Championship players towards the end of a game, how about 'Kick It Out'? A slant on the original but with this one, instead of the players kneeling for 3-5 seconds, they use that time to instead each be given a ball and kick it, as far as they can off the pitch. It might help them to remember how to defend a lead late on, will physically show that they're kicking out racism and whatever else they're meant to be against, Is it all forms of discrimination, I'm confused. Maybe the balls could be rainbow coloured, but that's not totally inclusive is it? Anwsers on a postcard. @2015 15 pages, this one could run and run, or kneel and kneel.
  7. @ExiledAjaxWhat he said. Was really hopeful that this was Englands time but hey ho. Grealish has replied to reports that he should have stepped up, he did put himself forward to take penalties but Mr Southgate chose not to use him. I wonder if other players also did? I do think that with the stupidly late substitutions and choice of penalty takers, was Mr Southgate already governed or decided, due to personal or outside influences, that to the possible detriment of winning the game he wanted to install certain players. Absolutely shocking if that's the case and possibly has cost us a place in footballing history. I was, prior to the game happy to trust in Mr Southgates team selection and tactics but believe he got it badly wrong this time. I was 5 in 1966, can't really remember it, said to my Grandsons that last night was massive and to savour it as these occasions are rare. They, like the rest of us are gutted. Hopefully I'll live to see a major win, as will they, but they, like me loved the whole journey, loved being proud to be English and celebrating it. Definitely a wasted opportunity and who knows how long it will be for another chance of silverware. Great to hear everyone's thoughts and input. After all, it's only football.... Isn't it?
  8. Going off air now. See you on the other side. Good luck everybody. COME ON ENGLAND
  9. Thoughts please boys and girls. I'm not tempting fate, it's all on the day, but feel if England can play with the same tempo as in the last few games we can do it. Only thing I'm struggling with is team selection. Mr Southgate has done very well so far so might just leave that to him and not fret too much over it. Will still be as nervous as hell but COME ON ENGLAND.
  10. Top stuff. Losing, then equalising. Then eventually winning. Just like the ups and downs in life. Jeez, the sphincter was going tonight. Brilliant England. Come on. One more massive performance.
  11. What a great feeling of English pride and celebration there is at the moment. Fingers crossed that it continues. Before tonight's game I shall quote the great man. "I see you stand like greyhounds in the slips, straining upon the start. The games afoot: Follow your spirit, and upon this charge Cry 'God for Harry (Kane), England, and Saint George!"
  12. Frying tonight! Is that Odd Bod Junior?
  13. Thought ze German officials did a good job tonight. Not sure why there wasn't a single minute of added time at the end of the second half though. Not complaining, the game was over, but surely the ref has to follow the rules, not interpret them as he sees fit. Oh, and nice one England. Fantastic result. Not bringing politics into it, but get off your knees.
  14. Maybe missed it but don't think there's a thread for this. If not, why not? It seems that all the important officials for this game are German, apart from the fourth official. That worries me as I feel we have to not only win the game but potentially 'over win' the game. Hope it's officiated in a fair manner and not dealt with like a footballing version of the shocking and unfair version of Eurovision.
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