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Tag Archives: England

England 1-0 Slovenia: Defoe's Goal: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

For England supporters who can’t get enough of seeing how England scored the goal against Slovenia today in the 2010 World Cup, here is the video replay of the goal scored by Jermain Defoe. And what a beautiful cross it … Continue reading

England 1-0 Slovenia: Three Lions Qualify for Second Round

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Jermain Defoe is the hero in England today after he scored the only goal of the game that helped England move into the second round of the 2010 World Cup. In a game that England dominated, despite some good chances … Continue reading

England v Slovenia, World Cup 2010: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It all comes down to this. Ninety minutes in Port Elizabeth. England against Slovenia in a must-win World Cup game for Fabio Capello’s team. Before, during and after the match, post your comments, questions or observations in the section below. … Continue reading

World Cup 2010 Poll: Who Will Advance From Group C?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

When the draw for Group C was named in December, little did we know how difficult it would be to predict who would advance and how close the race was going to be on the final day of the first … Continue reading

Who Would You Start If You Were Fabio Capello?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

You’re Fabio Capello and it’s the night before one of the biggest games of your career where your name is on the line and you have millions of England fans putting the pressure on you to make the correct decisions. … Continue reading

England Fans: Underestimate The Opposition At Your Peril

Posted on by John Nicholson

If you support England, how are you feeling right now? The next 24 hours or so are a test of everyone’s bottle. Some England fans tend to think this is a unique condition that afflicts them only but it’s the … Continue reading

England 0-0 Algeria: Lego Highlights

Posted on by Christopher Harris

There’s something beautiful about watching soccer highlights played out by stop-motion Lego characters. It even makes a boring match such as England 0-0 Algeria look exciting. Watch the above video to see the highlights, which even includes Wayne Rooney’s rant … Continue reading

Who Will You Support: England or the United States?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Having England and the United States in the same World Cup group is one thing. They played each other once and life moved on. However, one item we neglected to consider is what happens on the final day of the … Continue reading

Is Joe Cole the Answer to England's Attacking Deficiencies?

Posted on by Jesse Chula

As England approach their last chance to qualify for the round of sixteen, the avoidance of certain embarrassment and arguably this generation’s most important make or break match, John Terry and the England squad have voiced their concerns over a beer with Fabio … Continue reading

The One Thing That England Is Missing In This World Cup

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Think back to the 2006 World Cup in Germany and the game that England played against Portugal in the quarter-final. There were many vivid moments from that match including Cristiano Ronaldo’s wink, Wayne Rooney getting sent off for his stamp … Continue reading

Experience or Form? Which One Would You Go For?

Posted on by Kishore Nair

We have been here before. England’s performances so far have been under scrutiny and they have been panned by blood thirsty critics and fans alike. There is a feeling among most of us that the barrage aimed at England is … Continue reading

Top 10 Excuses to Expect from England and its Supporters

Posted on by Christopher Harris

England is one game away from being knocked out of the World Cup. And while England’s supporters are still reeling from the abysmal performance against Algeria, they’re now looking for excuses. They need someone to blame. What else can explain … Continue reading

England’s Biggest Problem – They Are Just Not that Good

Posted on by Eric Altshule

  For a number of months there has been a debate on this site about how good the English team really is.  Most have claimed that this version of the Three Lions represented a golden generation of players finally coming … Continue reading

Poll: Which Team Has Been the Worst In the 2010 World Cup?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Before the 2010 World Cup started, who would have expected nations such as Portugal, England, France and Australia to perform so poorly in the tournament? But who, out of those four worst teams in the World Cup thus far, has … Continue reading

Where it All Went Wrong for England

Posted on by Chris McQuade

In short: Everywhere. Though that won’t do. England’s problems were numerous and solutions are not easy to come by. It’s best to look at the team and the manager as a whole. Firstly, England played their usual tactics against Algeria … Continue reading

Abject England Draw Algeria and Face Elimination in 2010 World Cup Group Stage

Posted on by Jesse Chula

As the three lions bow their heads in shame and continue to yawn and whimper their way through what was supposedly the easiest group they’ve ever encountered, I feel the need as one of their biggest fans, at least on … Continue reading

England 0-0 Algeria: Pathetic England Ruin Chances

Posted on by Christopher Harris

England continued their dismal 2010 World Cup performance today with a 0-0 draw against Algeria. After England’s 1-1 draw last week against the United States, everyone expected England to come out guns a-blazing against Algeria. But the way they played … Continue reading

England v Algeria, World Cup 2010: Open Thread

Posted on by Christopher Harris

After an incredible draw between Slovenia and the United States, the world will now be watching England against Algeria this afternoon to see what those two teams in Group C can do. For England, it’s more important than ever for … Continue reading