That old 'I was just kidding' chestnut again, Harry. My, aren't we funny?Originally Posted by Harry
Easiest troll in the book mate. mai ben rai
Think you've been in the LoS too long mate. Trying to save face & all that, hell if you get done just take it on the chin & work on getting your own back.
Kettles and all that....
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Good lord please save us from Crouch.CREATOR CROUCH JUST THE TICKET
Sven has defended Liverpool striker Peter Crouch who was booed when he came on for Shaun Wright Phillips on Wednesday night. 'Maybe Crouch will never score a lot of goals, but he will create a lot,' the Swede tells The Express. 'He was behind the penalty against Austria on Saturday and was behind the second penalty we should have had...He has a good chance of being in the squad'.
World Cup to ban booze for English
England soccer fans will reportedly be banned from drinking at stadiums during next year's World Cup while supporters from other nations will be free to indulge.
Under the headline 'Zis is War', the English tabloid the Daily Star quoted an unnamed German official confirming England matches will be dry events.
Officially, the decision on which matches will be prevented from having alcohol sales will be decided when fixtures are released in December, with 'high-risk' matches to be declared booze-free.
However the Star claimed the decision had already been made on England games, due to fears over the nation's notoriously violent and drunken travelling fans.
"Games involving England will be classed high risk, so beer won't be served at stadium bars," the unnamed official said.
"We need to keep the tournament trouble free."
Football Supporters Federation chairman Malcolm Clarke said the ban ignored recent good behaviour by England fans at major tournaments.
"Major efforts have been made to crack down on hooligans," Clarke said.
"There was no trouble at all in Euro 2004 and the World Cup in the far east in 2002.
"All this will do is encourage fans to drink away from the grounds and arrive later."
Low-risk matches will be catered for by official sponsor Budweiser and full-strength local beer Bitburger Pils, while high-risk matches will sell alcohol-free beer.
Only about 8,000 English fans travelled to the last World Cup in Japan and Korea in 2002, but early estimates put the number of English supporters expected in Germany at about 100,000.
1) The official ticket allocation for England supporters for each match is going to be between 5,000 & 10,000. Official England supporters number in the tens of thousands. The official supporters are being urged to attend the England Vs Argentina friendly game in Switzerland next month, as the FA claim they will be given preferential priority when it comes to ticket sales.
2) The only England supporters able to buy official tickets will be the ones affiliated with the FA (of good character etc.) Not all offical England supporters will be able to buy tickets as the allocations are so fucking small.
3) There has almost never been a case of drunkeness causing problems inside a stadia by official England supporters.
Drunken violence within the stadia will come from those England supporters who have bought black market tickets. Suggestion to the krauts: Stop black market trading & you will go a long way to preventing trouble inside of stadia. Trouble outside of stadia is an otter issue.