Euro 2024 Final: Spain v England

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GoonerJeeves

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If there is any fairness is this unfair world, Spain wins this by 5-0. Sterling's dive, and yesterday's silly pelanty decision ought to come home to roost.

If Sir Gareth of Waistcoat start Kane before Watkins....he deserves what karma bestows upon him.
 

Tir Na Nog

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Probably Spain and they deserve it but who knows. Spain's defence doesn't convince but it's been surprisingly resolute all tournament, their midfield is superb and will probably dominate the game so England will have to dig in again. England concede every game tho so the most important thing is maintaining a threat of their own which will come once Kane and Foden are subbed off.
 

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Spain have many weapons tier midfield is very good with Olmo Rodri and Fabian Ruiz.

But main England mission is to stop Yamal and Williams
 

GoonerJeeves

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For the sake of football you have to hope for the Armada here, and Liz Truss holding the speech at Tilbury.....
 

Tir Na Nog

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England's rock bottom was when Hodgson tried to fit in 5 Sp**s players (Kane, Alli, Dier, Rose and Walker) after having an excellent qualifying campaign with Wilshere at the bottom of a diamond midfield and Sterling playing as the 10 but he threw all that out the window to accommodate the Sp**s lads. The result, lost 2-1 to Iceland. Lessons have been learned by Southgate it seems.
 

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