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Same Again!

As England prepare to take on Italy tonight, it appears that Roy Hodgson will keep the same front two who served him well against the Ukraine.

That means that Danny Welbeck and Wayne Rooney will continue alongside each other seeking to get the goals that will propel England towards a semi-final clash with our friends Germany.

Go for it boys, we`re 100 per cent behind you.



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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Sunday June 24 2012
Time: 3:09PM

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France? Could've swore we've already played them and they've been knocked out :P Safe to assume Hodgson isn't playing players based on form as whilst Welbeck was industrious v Ukraine he wasn't very efficient or influential when he had the ball. I wonder then if future England squads will be based on players who are in form or just players who can do the job Hodgson wants them to do.
TheFamousNo7
24/06/2012 16:03:00
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I'm 85% behind them, I could never get behind John Terry and struggle with Gerrard also!
The Fear
24/06/2012 16:24:00
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Typical England when we're underdogs and there's no pressure on us we play well, as soon as the players start putting pressure on themselves by talking about winning the tournament they buckle big time. Why is the England team so persistent in creating the rope which it uses to hang itself? Typical England can't keep it's mouth shut and just play football. Not that it would've made much difference as Italy, France, Germany, Spain, Holland, Brazil and Argentina are light years ahead of us in terms of technical ability, overall squad ability and togetherness as well as tactically. Footballs transitioned from the almost archaic 4-4-2 to a 4-2-3-1 and were still stuck in the stone age with the 4-4-2. We still play defensive powerhouse football when most are moving away from that to fluid, controlling the game football.
TheFamousNo7
25/06/2012 07:58:00
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no offence guys - but WTF was Young doing playing let alone taking a pen? he was atrocious and not a sniff of what he's normally been like when playing for you guys! i'm gobsmacked Roy stuck with the same average team and didn't go for it with pace and fresh legs. I'd of left Milner on and taken off Young - he really looked like he didn't know how to play!

COYS!!!
YT_Boy
25/06/2012 13:57:00
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Young was ***** for England but then again in fairness very few weren't. Yeah based on form he shouldn't of played every game, he didn't deserve to, he should've been subbed but I can't see what difference it makes. All of Hodgsons subs ended up being as useless as the players that were originally taken off. Henderson didn't do anything, Walcott was ineffective as was Carroll. Can't knock Young though for having the bollox to step up for a penalty where most would shy away.
TheFamousNo7
25/06/2012 18:25:00
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