Useless International matches

Discussion in 'Football Talk' started by clockwork orange, Sep 3, 2014.

  1. clockwork orange

    clockwork orange Blind faith in "LVG filoshophy" Elite

    So what's up everywhere?

    Hiddinks announced that Holland will not play 5-3-2, 3-5-2 or any other combination of those digits any more.

    JVP will remain captain, so will play a lot also in useless dangerus friendlies v Italy. Robben and Hunterlaar are out with minor injuries.

    Wonder how the new England era will start. I would have picked Rooney too.
     
  2. Jasard

    Jasard #PlayAMNInMidfield

    I bet Ox gets injured. Just feel it coming...
     
  3. Buhry

    Buhry New Member

    \ For once I'm interested in a Norway game, if only because the opposition has some Arsenal players :lol: Shame Welbeck is out, not sure he would have started anyway though. Wilshere and Chamberlain start for england apparently.

    We are so ****e these days it's a joke, England really should win comfortably.
     
  4. GDeep

    GDeep Well-Known Member

    We're probably seeing signs tonight at what direction England are looking to go - Stones, Jones, Wilshere, Henderson, Ox and Sterling all starting.

    Feels like a 'new England' with no Gerrard and Lampard, both last of the "Golden Generation".
     
  5. Suave Gooner89

    Suave Gooner89 New Member

    :lol:
     
  6. Tir Na Nog

    Tir Na Nog Every Little Thing Is Gonna Be Alright Trusted

    Rooney needs to look for the ball more tonight and makes things happen, he's England's number 10 and shouldn't just pass of the responsibility to the deeper players.
     
  7. Buhry

    Buhry New Member

    Golden shower generation?
     
  8. Vinci

    Vinci Head of the Asano Yakuza Clan

    Neither Özil nor Poldi are starting for Germany tonight.
     
  9. DJ_Markstar

    DJ_Markstar Well-Known Member

    Why don't we just put all the internationals together at the end of the season? That way, the players not involved in internationals get a longer break, the international teams get a solid month+ to play qualifiers or to prepare for tournaments, and it won't feel so stop start between the domestic and international seasons.
     
  10. Suave Gooner89

    Suave Gooner89 New Member

    Are you actually suggesting Fifa be logical?
     
  11. DJ_Markstar

    DJ_Markstar Well-Known Member

    :lol:

    Good point, let's keep it the way things are.

    p.s. just thought as well, it'll be less likely that players return to their clubs injured.
     
  12. DanDare

    DanDare Not interesting enough for a custom title

    Wembley is nice and full
     
  13. blrgooner

    blrgooner Active Member

    Wilshere and Ox are getting a good run out here. Wilshere especially looks very good here.
     
  14. Buhry

    Buhry New Member

    Sturridge has brilliant close control, great dribbler.
     
  15. bingobob

    bingobob He played for Celtic? Sign him up!

    Wilshere playing very well Ox a few bobbled touches. Sterling has the lot how did we let him end up at Liverpool, I'm sure Wenger is thinking that.
     
  16. Bigbludfire

    Bigbludfire Well-Known Member

    If Henderson wasn't English and didn't have a good work rate then he'd be playing for West Brom. I hate these types of players.
     
  17. Buhry

    Buhry New Member

    Wilshere is doing ok, 3-4 very good passes.

    Chamberlain is all over the place positionally, sometimes he's at right back, sometimes DM, sometimes CF, even though he has a lot of space on the right.
     
  18. blaze_of_glory

    blaze_of_glory Could be worse..? Moderator

    Bendtner lording it as usual.

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  19. blrgooner

    blrgooner Active Member

    I thought WIlshere was one of the best players in the half along with Sterling.
    Ox still has some way to go before he discovers how to use his game effectively IMO. He is obviously very talented. He is just not sure about where he should be on the football pitch IMO. Seems a bit frustrated too.
    I do think he will end up being a great player for us in the future though. Wenger just needs to find an ideal place for him.
     
  20. stiiphunn

    stiiphunn Well-Known Member Trusted

    Sterling and Sturridge are pretty impressive tbh. Jack was also pretty good. Not too impressed by OX though - a bit all over the place and a few dodgy touches.
     

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