Author Topic: Ingurlund  (Read 224 times)

Rowley Birkin QC

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Re: Ingurlund
« Reply #20 on: May 20, 2018, 14:28:16 »
Yes, Nasty had some promise. And Goat is right - Hart almost single handed finished Marty's City career.

Neil Mcnab

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Re: Ingurlund
« Reply #21 on: May 20, 2018, 18:58:54 »
Nasty was a good player, but a sick note. Boateng was not given much of a chance either, played at RB quite a lot cant have helped. It worked out well for him though.

Back to Ingerlund, Southgate was an average manager, cant see him doing anything than the usual shite for the team. Inspiring he aint.

The Blue Blooded Maniac

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Re: Ingurlund
« Reply #22 on: May 20, 2018, 21:14:31 »
Was looking at the team sheet and it looks like Cahill and Henderson are the two most senior players and heard someone say that Henderson will be the captain.

That's as good a reason as any to hope that England doesn't win it.

Swiss

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Re: Ingurlund
« Reply #23 on: Yesterday at 22:58:39 »
Nasty was a good player, but a sick note. Boateng was not given much of a chance either, played at RB quite a lot cant have helped. It worked out well for him though.

Back to Ingerlund, Southgate was an average manager, cant see him doing anything than the usual shite for the team. Inspiring he aint.

Savic had one good Derby match
Liked Nastasic
Boateng, what I remember from him is that he couldn't control a ball to save his life

The Blue Blooded Maniac

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Re: Ingurlund
« Reply #24 on: Today at 09:26:39 »
Captain Kane.

Atleast he's not a scouser.