No to oirish "friendly"

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  1. stopmeandslapme

    stopmeandslapme Well-Known Member

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    Oirish after English money as per
    We allowed them to play against us only last year, that's enough for another couple of decades. To have England partake in a "friendly" in Dublin would be wrong for the following reasons:
    1. The hostile provocation our fans experienced last time we were there including our anthem being booed and innocent fans being beaten by "gardai" both inside and outside the stadium.
    2. We need to play friendlies against better opposition to test our players and to help our ranking which in turn helps us to qualify for tournaments and get favourable groups in tournaments. Look at the group we have in Brazil having slipped down the rankings due to playing the oirish last year. World Cup seeding: How to play the game
     
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  2. Rubadub

    Rubadub Well-Known Member

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    <laugh> You bunch of inbred half German morris dancers would get embarrassed just like you do in every other sport. That recent ashes series just sums you up "We are going to win five nil" <laugh> How did that go for you? <laugh>
     
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  3. stopmeandslapme

    stopmeandslapme Well-Known Member

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    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    You see: not fit to clean our players boots. Let the Krauts play them and thank them, again, for their assistance after WWII.
     
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  4. Mick O'Toon

    Mick O'Toon Well-Known Member

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    Well you got your wish we will play our friends the Germans and our other
    allies Scotland
     
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  5. stopmeandslapme

    stopmeandslapme Well-Known Member

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    Come on Poland and Georgia!
     
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