Comments on: England should think back to Munich before getting too excited World Soccer views and news Wed, 16 Nov 2016 16:27:51 +0000 hourly 1 By: eck Wed, 17 Sep 2008 09:54:30 +0000 good blog this is . i think u r good in blogging .keep it up.
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By: Scott Tue, 16 Sep 2008 15:50:37 +0000 One moment were terrible and perfomances are abismal because steven gerrard isn’t being used properly.

Suddenly Walcott has one good game and he is hailed as the saviour of the national game!

How can the team expect to be consistent if every manager who doesn’t get it right in 3 games is shopped!

By: Gregg Scott Sun, 14 Sep 2008 16:37:57 +0000 Qualifing is over really now as i belive they were the only oppostion.

I think we have to look to players like wallcott becuase they are the future.

at least fabio has had the guts to introduce players like hesky and wallcott somthing the others were scared to do.

Carra is the most honest player in the game.

We all dream of a team of carraghers

Gregg Scott –

By: Varughese Rajan Fri, 12 Sep 2008 04:28:34 +0000 The biggest problem for England is that they still not have digested the fact that either one of Gerrard or Lampard can play in an eleven. They do play somewhat same style and position, so once the fans gets ready to accept that they might see more positive results.

By: Ken Thu, 11 Sep 2008 16:53:08 +0000 Sure one swallow doesm’t make a summer. But at least they played well. Dropping the ill-disciplined pondorous Beckham means England play with 11 men not 10.

Notice England always perform better in a 442 when Lampard or Gerrard are missing and (we have a decent defensive screen (Barry or Hargreaves) and decent wide players with a standard ‘Big man Little man’ twin stiker type show up-front.

By: Daniel Thu, 11 Sep 2008 16:48:21 +0000 That was a great display and any one who say’s it wasn’t are kidding themselves. The great task is consistency and that will be ultimately what the fans are after. But after the recent run of poor performances, to score four goals against the 5th best side in the world whether playing badly (which they wern’t) or not is exceptional. Take into consideration the injury worries in midfield also and it looks even better.
While England are not quite the ‘finished article’ last nights performance elevated the boy’s in white from perennial bottlers to roaring lions.

By: Jade Thu, 11 Sep 2008 15:39:07 +0000 And that’s when you should see a difference between Capello and Steve mclaren. Capello is a great professional who should bring the best out of an admittedly mediocre squad. whether that’s enough to win it is anyone’s gess.

By: Jade Thu, 11 Sep 2008 15:37:13 +0000 The real test is not in qualifiers against rubbish. The real test comes at the World Cup. They should make it easily from another average group and the target is to prove they can go past the q-finals. That’s been the real test all along.