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Q: 2022 Summer Transfer Window - How many 1st team players will we sign before August 6th
a. None as Sullivan will wait until the last week before he gets his scattergun out the cupboard
b. A couple of freebies paraded as superstars, usual hype to follow
c. I'm more optimistic as surely they know we need to strengthen, 3-4 with decent money spent.
d. Who gives a toss as we have a great squad already, I've already ordered the new replica kit, socks and all and can't wait to wear it at our first game, down the pub of course, I bleed claret & blue

El Scorchio 1:36 Sat Jul 2
England down under.
Good game so far. One of the Aussies has just had a horrific arm break. Forearm completely flapping about. Owch.

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Side of Ham 10:36 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
That is a proper mincey response Svender, man up ffs….and you getting the football nation wrong about sums you up…..you can’t be trusted to be Australian and by your fuck up I doubt you are West Ham either…..try harder than ‘burst into tears’ to get someone’s goat…..you’re in London now not Summer Bay…..

Sven Roeder 10:01 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
Have never said rugby union fans arent bothered
Just that the sport is poorly administered. Which is probably even more frustrating for genuine rugby union fans.

Sorry I meant Peru
You burst into tears when Australia knocked them out of the World Cup. Because they dont play much cricket and rugby so Australia shouldnt be GREEDY

Side of Ham 9:50 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
So one minute they ain’t bothered and now you are saying there is plenty behind them…. you’re a weak man Svender can’t except your true nationality and won’t just take a defeat on the chin…..you didn’t even have to post on this thread seeing as you get all mincey about the game….couldn’t give a fuck about Chile so I don’t know what you are on about there, sure you have the right country?

Sven Roeder 9:34 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
Who is saying fans aren't still behind them? In good years and bad
Yes, I hated it when they were World Cup winners and you had to put up with those arrogant types like John Eales & Michael Lynagh

Have you got over Chile blowing World Cup qualification yet?
Your obsession is disturbing & extremely weird.
Maybe relax & watch a bit of the golf

Side of Ham 8:48 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
Excuses, excuses but I’d prefer them to be from an Australian not a fellow Englishman….is it because they except there’s ups and downs in sport and you have to stick by them…..all that’s really happened is they can’t be as gobby as they were in their pomp and they are just waiting to come out the woodwork if they do manage to rebuild……sounds all a bit ‘Spursy’ to me….

Sven Roeder 8:43 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
Ive never said Australia isnt bothered by losing rugby union games ... especially to Engamd and more so to the mouthy little Chinaman.
Just saying they arent in a great state at the moment and need to lift their game if they arent to further decline.
Its a tough market to attract young talent and apart from South Sea Islanders they are falling behind AFL, cricket, NRL & even football and basketball.

Side of Ham 8:22 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
But there’s still enough Aussies to be bothered by this……do yourself a favour Svender and just fuck off speaking on behalf of Australia on here………you’re English, end of.

Sven Roeder 8:19 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
I am sure everyone who follows rugby union is just as passionate as they ever were.
NSW & Queensland were always their heartlands but they've been asleep at the wheel as AFL has put teams in Sydney, Brisbane, Western Sydney & the Gold Coast.
The pipeline of players is being disrupted & the management of the sport has been mediocre.

Side of Ham 6:51 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
Isn’t this more to do with building momentum towards a World Cup though? Not saying we will build momentum but the Irish are concerned they may have peaked too soon.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 6:17 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
Whisper it quietly, but both sides were shit all series long. The quality of these matches compared with All Blacks v. Ireland was woeful.

Side of Ham 2:39 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
So are you saying they all cry off when their team isn’t doing well even though they should appreciate their achievements? I know you’ll get an element of people will stray if their team isn’t doing well but you’re trying to make out none of them are bothered even though this bloke had a pop at Eddie…

You really are an ungracious cunt Svender and one that is English to boot……

Sven Roeder 1:58 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
Dont think its a national secret that Australia dont have a great rugby union team at the moment (still have more World Cups than the entire Northern hemisphere though) and the game is struggling under pressure from other sports & mismanagement.

Perhaps they do need to open the game up to 'real Australians' a bit more. AFL is the game of choice for most aboriginal kids.
Very few in the public school game since the Ella brothers

Side of Ham 1:42 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
Svender crying over defeat by basically saying Australians aren’t patriotic….until they get a better team…..I don’t think real Australians would appreciate this Englishman speaking for them…..he makes them out to be right fickle cunts and that is unfair on them….

Sven Roeder 1:40 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
No, sorry

Obviously rugby fans are morons (Guardian -In a separate incident, a man has been charged by police after climbing up the big screen and urinating from the roof of the O’Reilly stand during the second half of the match.) but Jones does make a point of winding up fans.
In a way that say the World Cup winning HERO Lord Trevor Bayliss never did.

Kaiser Zoso 1:30 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
I’d have got two out of three, are you sure you’re not ginger?

Sven Roeder 1:29 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
Bearded? No
Ginger? No
Cunt? Ok .... one out of three

Wouldnt be me at the mud cuddling anyway
Imagine more people in Sydney were watching the Sydney Swans excellent win over Fremantle in Perth. Up to 6th now and a good run in to get into one of the advantageous top 4 spots for the finals.

Takashi Miike 1:22 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
only just seen the clip, the bloke is what I'd hampstead sven to look like. a bearded, ginger cunt

Side of Ham 1:17 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
Now there’s a proper traitor rant from you One Twat Called Svennie, you was born in England grew your pubes in Australia then came back to England where you’ve lived for most of your life! Because of these facts there is no other thing to call you but a cunt…..I reckon it would be fair to add in treacherous too seeing as you never even attempt to deny it….

Sven Roeder 1:08 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
Bloke appeared to very mildly call him a traitor (was hardly an obscene abusive rant) & little Eddie loses his rag. From behind a security guard on the other side of the fence.

Eddie is doing a great job.
Maintaining Australia's World Cup trophy advantage over England until Australia can build a decent team again.
If that is ever going to happen. Unlikely as AFL is now hoovering up all the large bodied 17yo talent in NSW & Qld via their draft each year.
Cricket is now doing better with tall potential fast bowlers by drafting them onto rookie lists of the SHEFFIELD SHIELD squads.
Rugby union is left with public schoolboys and SOUTH SEA ISLANDERS

stewie griffin 12:37 Sun Jul 17
Re: England down under.
Not a massive fan of Eddie Jones, but the video of him confronting the typical gobshite LOLstralian and the bloke absolutely shitting himself is very amusing

El Scorchio 3:03 Sat Jul 16
Re: England down under.
Really good series, that. Three enjoyable games to watch. And of course the good guys won.

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