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San Marino v England
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England captain Wayne Rooney is on the brink of history in San Marino as he stands one short of Sir Bobby Charlton's national goals record.


Good luck to Wayne (and the team) tonight..lets hope he makes history...fingers crossed. Caritas_05
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6-0 well done England and Wayne Caritas_05
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#3
Errrrm...............not in the near future Ref, if ever. Caritas_09
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(05-09-2015, 08:24 PM)Referee Wrote: When will San Marino become a football powerhouse?

Well they won the same trophys in last 50 years as England and Russia for example. lmao
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#5
This is the kind of shot you say that makes you come across as retarded. Before Spain's Euro '08 win. They'd won fuckall since forever but they were/are considered a football powerhouse. A lot of countries are considered powerhouses in different sports, despite their relatively minute amounts of success.
Its Ref's fault though,asking a left field question like that. It's like asking when Tonga will become an economic powerhouse.
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#6
That was sarcastic but true.
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#7
glad to read that Woy took Wooney off early so he can break the record at Wembley instead
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(06-09-2015, 11:20 AM)Stateside Wrote: glad to read that Woy took Wooney off early so he can break the record at Wembley instead

Stateside ...are your PM's reply disabled mate?
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(06-09-2015, 10:29 AM)bayern Wrote: That was sarcastic but true.

It was a pretty good perspective imo and the list of comparisons must be endless ...
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(06-09-2015, 01:05 PM)RexOmatix Wrote:
(06-09-2015, 11:20 AM)Stateside Wrote: glad to read that Woy took Wooney off early so he can break the record at Wembley instead

Stateside ...are your PM's reply disabled mate?

yes they were... sorted it now
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