WHO Poll
Q: 2021/22 What competition should we prioritise this season?
a. The league is our bread & butter, so this year let's have a club sandwich
24%
  
b. We're owed an FA Cup after Gerrard nicked our last one in 06, our name's on it in 22
9%
  
c. A bye to the League Cup 3rd round gives us a good start, let's make it count
6%
  
d. The Europa is our best ticket to the Champions League, this is the one
36%
  
e. What's wrong with you, let's do the lot, has the quadruple ever been done
25%
  



Keep dreaming 11:57 Sun Oct 10
Andorra England
Not a great match but great refereeing.
Must have been an awful watch for the tough ones in here

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Sydney_Iron 7:02 Mon Oct 11
Re: Andorra England
About time they sorted some of these fixtures out! All these minnow nations who basically make up the numbers should have some kind of qualifying tournament and then the winner goes into the pot for group stages of the WC/Euro qualifiers, they should just have 4 teams to a group, cut down the number of games in an ever growing fixture congestion each season and have proper games with competitive teams, winner goes to WC, runner up into the play offs to do so.

Even the FA Cup starts well before the big teams come in in the 3rd round, do the same with these qualifiers its just a bore fest and joke that the PL and leagues around Europe have to be put on hold while the National teams have to play the likes of Andorra and San Morino as they make up the 6 teams in the group but not a hope in hell they will get a sniff of qualifying.

VirginiaHam 2:43 Mon Oct 11
Re: Andorra England
The referette loved her cards, as long as they were yellow.

chedylan 2 8:24 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England
These shit teams need to do a pre qualify round. Complete waste of fucking time this

4ever-blowin-bubbles 8:11 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England
job done and 3 points

Lily Hammer 4:48 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England
The referette had a bad start, trying too hard to get the kick off just right, and I noticed the linemanette fannied up by incorrectly flagging offside for England’s first goal. They were all quite pretty, though. I would.

Keep dreaming 4:37 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England
master

BRANDED 2:56 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England
Sam Johnstone's throw for Grealish's goal was class.

gph 2:50 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England
Monaco national team have never lost a serious competitive game.

Because they've never played any.

gph 2:44 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England
Andorra got their record competitive win earlier this year, beating San Marin0 2-0.

Their other three victories were 1-0 (Macedonia, Hungary(!) and Moldova).

San Marino have never won a competitive match.

master 12:57 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England
Meh.. fishing.

Mike Oxsaw 12:50 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England
Never even realised it was on. Knew it was an international break, but that's where my interest stopped.

Sven Roeder 12:35 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England
Didnt watch it but glad Rice was spared a match on the artificial pitch & good that the Tuesday night game v Hungary is at Wembley so he will sleep in his own bed and be in for training Wednesday morning ahead of the Everton match.

only1billybonds 12:23 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England
Not a great 'game' as such as to have a real game you need some form of opposition who can threaten,at least occasionally. Nothing more than a rigorous training excersise really. Officials were very hit and miss and VAR missed a couple of meaty'challenges' that may have been reds in the prem.
Sat through worse 'games' tbh.

mashed in maryland 12:13 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England

WHU(Exeter) 12:11 Sun Oct 10

Just googled "san marino ultras" and it literally looks like there's about 8 of em. Fair play

WHU(Exeter) 12:11 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England
"So" = do

WHU(Exeter) 12:11 Sun Oct 10
Re: Andorra England
I always wonder about fans of Andorra and San Marino, so they have die-hard fans who follow them all over the place knowing that they'll be at the receiving end of drubbings every single game?





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