So just in the course of the first half, England have gone from being set to face Germany, then France, and now Portugal. I wonder how many more times it will change?
We were set to fac…
I thought there was a bit of the Oxford v Wycombe about the England v Scotland match, and a couple of Oxford supporting mates agreed - plucky all-for-one-and-one-for-all underdogs putting the wind up the supposedly more …
A much more important game for Scotland than for us and it showed. We’ve got pretensions for at least the quarter finals, whereas whatever happens to Scotland now they weren’t beaten at Wembley.
I don’t like playing two holding midfielders, but I…
On a separate (but connected) point I think ITV deserve credit for having regular input from a qualified ref. It’s a little bit anodyne at the moment but I like the idea
ESPN are using Mark Clattenburg in the same w…
Was looking for the what did happen to Devine post..to add the mystery of Morias signing a contract then being bombed out days later...
But looks like the original Devine post has mysteriously disappeared.
Lots of scu…
Love the ‘like’ @Wendoverman. Chap who helps me with the garden (well, does pretty well all of it) slips the word in to every sentence. At least once. Where did “I was like....” instead of “I said....” come from?
@Malone - yes, I think it was about $140 in Yankee money last season (@floyd might remember better than me).
That’s about right I think. I remember thinking how much cheaper it was than if I’d been at home.
16 was perfect for the Euros. Every game mattered and you’d get some good teams missing out on the quarters.
The first World Cup I really remember is USA 94, so 24 teams has always felt natural, but it’s not very elegant. 48 is ridiculous.
The sad thing is there are journalists out there who grew up dreaming of breaking a huge story, who paid a lot of money to get a good set of qualifications and experiences, and now find themselves scrolling thru old social media posts.