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  1. not sure where else to put this... roberto martinez appointed belgium manager looks like they're going nowhere with their golden generation
  2. With the decisive euro qualifiers coming up in a few days, I was just thinking about Republic of Ireland. They are the unluckiest team in world football. When they don't qualify for a tournament, they always seem to be so close. Losing in the play offs in 96, 98, 2000 and 2010. I am desprate for them to qualify, their players deserve it and we have had about 8 Irish players ovr the last 16 years. Even though I'm not Irish, I will be devastated if they don't qualify. This is also the last chance for Given, Duff and Keane to play in a euro.
  3. What began as farce and blatant corruption is now becoming literally deadly, as reports are claiming unsafe and brutal migrant slave labor conditions (over 25 Nepalese workers confirmed dead). Now Blatter is pushing through with plans to schedule the event over the winter, throwing most of the world's leagues' into utter chaos. I've said it before, Sepp Blatter needs to be brought before the Hague, and his little dog, too. (Platini) I really think the English FA should take the lead on this, form a coalition and boycott a Qatari World Cup. Go back to the ping pong balls and pic
  4. Might as well have one of these as well don't we. How does your GOAT 11 look? So to not make it utterly ridiculous it's obviously only players in your lifetime so I won't be adding guys like Pele or Puskas for example who I never saw play. Choose any formation you like but if it's a back 4 it shouldn't contain 4 RB's and so on. No 0-0-0-11 formations . I'll get back to you with mine.
  5. So a so a new format for international football. Have to say it's all very confusing. They don't like doing things the easy way do they? Nations League OpenFootballmenu Nations League: Wales beaten to spot in league A by Netherlands
  6. So the 46th edition of Copa America is being held in Brazil and starts on June 14. For reasons that absolutely has nothing to do with money Qatar and Japan are also taking part in the tournament this year. The home nations biggest name Neymar has just pulled out because of "injury" but there will be loads and big names playing. And since Messi ended his biannual retirement from the national side he will lead Argentina. Fully expect him to once again retire unless they win the tournament, And then come back in good time before the WC. These are the groups. Home nation w
  7. Can't see a thread for this but need to post this Kiwi screamer. 2 wins from 2 yoop!
  8. The squad GK : Jack Butland (Stoke City), Alex McCarthy (Southampton), Jordan Pickford (Everton) DEF : Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool), Joe Gomez (Liverpool), Harry Maguire (Leicester City), Danny Rose (Tottenham Hotspur), Luke Shaw (Manchester United), John Stones (Manchester City), James Tarkowski (Burnley), Kieran Trippier (Tottenham Hotspur), Kyle Walker (Manchester City) MID : Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur), Fabian Delph (Manchester City), Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur), Jordan Henderson (Liverpool), Adam Lallana (Liverpool), Jesse Lingard (Manchester United), Ruben Loftu
  9. 8 months to go. 8 teams there so far. Russia (As hosts), Belgium the only UEFA qualifier so far, Brazil who top the S.American section, Mexico already through from CONCACAF and the 4 qualifiers so far from Asia - Saudi Arabia, Iran, Japan and South Korea. 24 places still up for grabs 3 more from South America plus the CONMEBOL/Oceania play off. 2 more from North and Central America plus the CONCACAF/Asia play off. 5 more from Africa. Leaving 12 more for UEFA - 8 more group winners and the 4 play off winners African qualifying finishes in November. Last week of qualifiers start today
  10. Semi finals #61 10/07 19:00 C1 France 1-0 Belgium G1 #62 11/07 19:00 G2 England 1-2 (aet) Croatia D1 3rd place playoff #63 14/07 15:00 G1 Belgium 2-0 England G2 World Cup final #64 15
  11. #57 06/07 15:00 A1 Uruguay 0-2 France C1 #58 06/07 19:00 E1 Brazil 1-2 Belgium G1 #59 07/07 15:00 F1 Sweden 0-2 England G2 #60 07/07 19:00 A2 Russia 2-2(aet) 3-4 pens
  12. #49 30/06 15:00 C1 France 4-3 Argentina D2 #50 30/06 19:00 A1 Uruguay 2-1 Portugal B2 #51 01/07 15:00 B1 Spain 1-1(aet) 3-4 pens Russia A2 #52 01/07 19:00 D1 Croatia 1-1(aet) 3-2
  13. Belgium Panama Tunisia England MATCHES 18/06 @ 16:00 - Belgium v Panama 18/06 @ 19:00 - Tunisia v England 23/06 @ 13:00 - Belgium v Tunisia 24/06 @ 13:00 - England v Panama 28/06 @ 19:00 - England v Belgium 28/06 @ 19:00 - Panama v Tunisia Winner faces runner up from group H (Poland, Senegal, Colombia, Japan) Runner up faces winner from group H All times in BST
  14. Poland Senegal Colombia Japan MATCHES 19/06 @ 13:00 - Colombia v Japan 19/06 @ 16:00 - Poland v Senegal 24/06 @ 16:00 - Japan v Senegal 24/06 @ 19:00 - Poland v Colombia 28/06 @ 15:00 - Japan v Poland 28/06 @ 15:00 - Senegal v Colombia Winner faces runner up from group G (Belgium, Panama, Tunisia, England) Runner up faces winner from group G All times in BST
  15. Germany Mexico Sweden South Korea MATCHES 17/06 @ 16:00 - Germany 0-1 Mexico 35' Lozano 18/06 @ 13:00 - Sweden v South Korea 23/06 @ 16:00 - South Korea v Mexico 23/06 @ 19:00 - Germany v Sweden 27/06 @ 15:00 - South Korea v Germany 27/06 @ 15:00 - Mexico v Sweden Winner faces runner up from group E (Brazil, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Serbia) Runner up faces winner from group E All times in BST
  16. France Australia Peru Denmark MATCHES 16/06 @ 11:00 - France v Australia 16/06 @ 17:00 - Peru v Denmark 21/06 @ 13:00 - Denmark v Australia 21/06 @ 16:00 - France v Peru 26/06 @ 15:00 - Australia v Peru 26/06 @ 15:00 - Denmark v France Winner faces runner up from group D (Argentina, Iceland, Croatia, Nigeria) Runner up faces winner from group D All times in BST
  17. Brazil Switzerland Costa Rica Serbia MATCHES 17/06 @ 13:00 - Costa Rica v Serbia 17/06 @ 19:00 - Brazil v Switzerland 22/06 @ 13:00 - Brazil v Costa Rica 22/06 @ 19:00 - Serbia v Switzerland 27/06 @ 19:00 - Serbia v Brazil 27/06 @ 19:00 - Switzerland v Costa Rica Winner faces runner up from group F (Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea) Runner up faces winner from group F All times in BST
  18. Argentina Iceland Croatia Nigeria MATCHES 16/06 @ 14:00 - Argentina v Iceland 16/06 @ 20:00 - Croatia v Nigeria 21/06 @ 19:00 - Argentina v Croatia 22/06 @ 16:00 - Nigeria v Iceland 26/06 @ 19:00 - Iceland v Croatia 26/06 @ 19:00 - Nigeria v Argentina Winner faces runner up from group C (France, Australia, Peru, Denmark) Runner up faces winner from group C All times in BST
  19. Portugal Spain Morocco Iran MATCHES 15/06 @ 16:00 - Morocco v Iran 15/06 @ 19:00 - Portugal v Spain 20/06 @ 13:00 - Portugal v Morocco 20/06 @ 19:00 - Iran v Spain 25/06 @ 19:00 - Iran v Portugal 25/06 @ 19:00 - Spain v Morocco Winner faces runner up from group A (Russia, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Uruguay) Runner up faces winner from group A All times in BST
  20. Russia Saudi Arabia Egypt Uruguay MATCHES Thu 14/06 @ 16:00 - Russia 5-0 Saudi Arabia 12' Gazinskiy (Golovin) 43' Cheryshev (Zobnin) 71' Dzyuba (Golovin) 91' Cheryshev (Dzyuba) 94' Golovin Fri 15/06 @ 13:00 - Egypt 0-1 Uruguay 89' Giménez (Sánchez) Tue 19/06 @ 19:00 - Russia v Egypt Wed 20/06 @ 16:00 - Uruguay v Saudi Arabia Mon 25/06 @ 15:00 - Uruguay v Russia Mon 25/06 @ 15:00 - Saudi Arabia v Egypt Winner faces runner up from group B (Portugal, Spain, Morocco, Iran) Runner up faces winner from group B All times in BST
  21. With no proper competitions this summer, FIFA and UEFA are offering us who are suffering from footy withdrawal the Confederations Cup and the Euro U-21 tournaments. Kicking off this weekend in Russia and Poland respectively. The Confederations Cup or "World Cup prelude" contains hosts Russia, along with Portugal and Mexico in group A And World Champions Germany along with Australia, Cameroon and Chile in group B. It's a cute nothing competition used to check the state of the stadiums and organizations ahead of the big WC and is mostly remembered for the Roberto Carlos free kick
  22. Scotland v England Sat 7 June 5pm TV SS1 France v England The 10 June 7.45pm ITV Jack Butland (Stoke City), Fraser Forster (Southampton), Joe Hart (Manchester City), Tom Heaton (Burnley) Ryan Bertrand (Southampton), Gary Cahill (Chelsea), Nathaniel Clyne (Liverpool), Aaron Cresswell (West Ham United), Ben Gibson (Middlesbrough), Phil Jones (Manchester United), Chris Smalling (Manchester United), John Stones (Manchester City), Kieran Trippier (Tottenham Hotspur), Kyle Walker (Tottenham Hotspur)Dele Alli (Tottenham Hotspur), Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur), Adam Lall
  23. Not sure where to put this, it very loosely ties in with the above post though: "Saudi football chiefs have apologised after their national team elected not to take part in a minute's silence for victims of the London Bridge attack." (Link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-40198696)
  24. So after the horrible events in Paris last night didn't really feel like time for a big game of Football but I'd been watching the news coverage continually for a few hours so with midnight approaching I decided to at least put on Argentina-Brazil as a distraction. Last night was a classic Brazil performance against a decent team. Just sit back, put men behind the ball, and lump the ball forward for Neymar to create something. No exaggeration to say Argentina (who are in poor form and were without Messi and Aguero) were completely dominant for the first hour and should've been more than 1
  25. Germany v England Wednesday 7.45pm ITV England v Lithuania World Cup qualifier Sunday 5pm Squad announced Thursday .2.30pm Rashford expected to get call up
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