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  1. I know people have their views on Owen Farrell but he’s one of the most competitive, dedicated people I have the pleasure of knowing. I’ve written this piece about him hoping people will see him in a different light. (Shameless plug) https://www.saracens.com/owen-farrell-englands-leader/
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    Semenyo?

    I think he lacks a little football intelligence. A couple of times he held the ball up well, dropped it off and when it went wide to Eliasson/Pereira they only had Weimann to aim for in the box as Semenyo was trundling 20 yards behind. Loan to a League One club would be ideal but unlikely unless Morrell is recalled in January? The lad needs a bit of luck; a goal off his backside. His confidence would shoot then.
  3. Kerevi being penalised for his forearm collision changed the game. Hooper was correct in his complaint of how are players meant to carry when someone is in such an awful tackling position? Surprised no bins in the red zone for Wales. AWJ and Davies were brilliant. England v Australia QF and a potential semi-final against New Zealand or Ireland!
  4. Was told it was by someone still in the game but having seen further evidence/texts what not, I think he may have been trying to protect pals. Footballers union and all that.
  5. I don’t disagree that he’s a belter! And if he is banned from the stadium for urinating on the seats then glad they got rid of the horrible bastard. My point about shirts was a general one. He’s an obvious exception
  6. Club shirts at internationals - shouldn’t be anything wrong with it Any club shirt other than City in the home end for a City game - plain wrong
  7. Assume it would be the former Portsmouth Matty Taylor. Beauty of a left foot.
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    Walsh

    With Nagy coming back to fitness we’ll have him, Brownhill and Massengo. Walsh is seemingly behind them so makes sense. Think he’s a good player.
  9. Well for starters that is a lie. Secondly, if you don’t like a song, wind your neck in and don’t sing it. I’m sure everyone has a song they’re not fond of. Atmosphere was decent today and this song (aimed at the stewards trying to get people to sit) contributed to it.
  10. If Bailey Wright played like Taylor Moore had today then it would’ve been a hell of an improvement on his performance at Loftus Road!
  11. Is that the same Eliasson who delivered several quality crosses and assisted the same Palmer who nodded home after impressing defensively and on the break?
  12. Two nasty challenges on him today. Doubt it was a case of targeting a young lad, just poor challenges (credit to him for his quick feet). If he is ok and fit for the next game after international break, I wouldn't be surprised to see him benched and Nagy start. Played a lot of football in a physical division, would be wise to protect him slightly.
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