Lambert: Roy is the right man to lead England

Daily Echo: Lambert: Roy is the right man to lead England Lambert: Roy is the right man to lead England

FORMER Saint Rickie Lambert has thrown his backing behind under fire England boss Roy Hodgson, despite England’s woeful showing at the World Cup in Brazil.

“One thing is very important – that we don’t make any knee-jerk decisions,” Lambert said.

“I think the set-up we have, the manager who is in charge is definitely the person we need to go forward with the group of young kids coming through.

“The progression they have had under Roy has been amazing, so if he can keep the group together for another two years it’s going to be exciting and they are going to learn after what has just happened.

“Roy has given the young players a chance and they have thrived on it. That’s definitely one of the positives we’ll take out of the World Cup and when the next scenario comes around in the next two years at the Euros, this is going to help them. That’s why this set-up needs to stay together.”

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6:50am Mon 23 Jun 14

Sammy2sheds says...

Koeman will have us playing like the Dutch!! Disjointed with loads of in fighting.dutch coaches do not succeed in England.take the case of this pelle we are supposed to be looking at.he smashes 50 goals in 2 seasons in holland yet why is he not in Brazil with Italy? Because it's a Mickey Mouse league.
He will be sacked by the new year.
Koeman will have us playing like the Dutch!! Disjointed with loads of in fighting.dutch coaches do not succeed in England.take the case of this pelle we are supposed to be looking at.he smashes 50 goals in 2 seasons in holland yet why is he not in Brazil with Italy? Because it's a Mickey Mouse league. He will be sacked by the new year. Sammy2sheds
  • Score: 36

7:38am Mon 23 Jun 14

Rising_Son says...

Before the World Cup, I thought Roy realised that things needed to change and that's why he brought in some younger (and one not so young), non-regulars. Unfortunately, he didn't have the courage to make those changes at the World Cup itself.
Before the World Cup, I thought Roy realised that things needed to change and that's why he brought in some younger (and one not so young), non-regulars. Unfortunately, he didn't have the courage to make those changes at the World Cup itself. Rising_Son
  • Score: -66

7:38am Mon 23 Jun 14

Sally Hamilton Original says...

England will always struggle if we have a manager who has been too reluctant to get rid of the journeymen until right before a major tournament. I hope he plays all the youngsters and players who actually want to play for our country. The difference between us and the other countries winning their games is that they are all closing down. Uruguay gave us no time, we let them play. Simple.
England will always struggle if we have a manager who has been too reluctant to get rid of the journeymen until right before a major tournament. I hope he plays all the youngsters and players who actually want to play for our country. The difference between us and the other countries winning their games is that they are all closing down. Uruguay gave us no time, we let them play. Simple. Sally Hamilton Original
  • Score: -41

7:57am Mon 23 Jun 14

Ozmosis says...

Sammy2sheds wrote:
Koeman will have us playing like the Dutch!! Disjointed with loads of in fighting.dutch coaches do not succeed in England.take the case of this pelle we are supposed to be looking at.he smashes 50 goals in 2 seasons in holland yet why is he not in Brazil with Italy? Because it's a Mickey Mouse league.
He will be sacked by the new year.
Time for school...
[quote][p][bold]Sammy2sheds[/bold] wrote: Koeman will have us playing like the Dutch!! Disjointed with loads of in fighting.dutch coaches do not succeed in England.take the case of this pelle we are supposed to be looking at.he smashes 50 goals in 2 seasons in holland yet why is he not in Brazil with Italy? Because it's a Mickey Mouse league. He will be sacked by the new year.[/p][/quote]Time for school... Ozmosis
  • Score: -62

8:06am Mon 23 Jun 14

The Rise of The Foot Soldier. says...

Think Roy has LFC blindness - he really needs a RETHINK about the Players he selects for the next game. It is Public news that Roy will not be sacked and be allowed to fulfil his contract.

SHAW and LALLANA for me - with Rickie to warm the bench.

Although an OLD LION - I believe Rickie has plenty to offer and bringing him on at some pint will give ENGLAND impetus to get a goal or two.

BACK TO THE IMPORTANT BUSINESS OF CLUB FOOTBALL.

Looking forward to hearing about SIGNINGS for the SUPER SAINTS.
Think Roy has LFC blindness - he really needs a RETHINK about the Players he selects for the next game. It is Public news that Roy will not be sacked and be allowed to fulfil his contract. SHAW and LALLANA for me - with Rickie to warm the bench. Although an OLD LION - I believe Rickie has plenty to offer and bringing him on at some pint will give ENGLAND impetus to get a goal or two. BACK TO THE IMPORTANT BUSINESS OF CLUB FOOTBALL. Looking forward to hearing about SIGNINGS for the SUPER SAINTS. The Rise of The Foot Soldier.
  • Score: -28

8:12am Mon 23 Jun 14

Jesus_02 says...

Go to agree with Rising_Son.

Welbeck at left wing rather than Lallana? I can only think that he didnt want to inflate Lallana's price before Liverpool sale
Go to agree with Rising_Son. Welbeck at left wing rather than Lallana? I can only think that he didnt want to inflate Lallana's price before Liverpool sale Jesus_02
  • Score: -21

8:49am Mon 23 Jun 14

saint christopher says...

Not sure why criticism of Roy is getting so many thumbs down.

He's part of the FA clique, a "safe pair of hands" who won't rock their cosy little boat. Yes, he picked some younger players but then ruined everything through the old failure of having a blind loyalty to some of the old guard who were clearly never going to perform.

No high tempo or pressing, many players uncomfortable on the ball, and worst of all players once again programmed to patrol their little zone rather than work in groups and quickly move the ball around. So pedestrian and static that it's an embarrassment compared to so-called lesser teams - Costa Rica will murder us if they play like they did against Italy.

So have to totally disagree with dear old Lawrie on this one - it wasn't lack of experience that cost us. In fact we'd have have done a whole lot better with a team of virtually zero international experience.

Unfortunately I think we have to just accept that England will now be a second rate team forever living on its past glories, largely comprised of players who'll continue to be mainly selected from CL teams but whose lack of true talent is often masked by them playing with foreign imports of true world-class ability.

It's often been said in the past that a good Championship team would generally beat England. Why? Because although England would comprise more highly gifted players the Championship side would be a far better TEAM. Until we resolve that conundrum we will never succeed at international level again.
Not sure why criticism of Roy is getting so many thumbs down. He's part of the FA clique, a "safe pair of hands" who won't rock their cosy little boat. Yes, he picked some younger players but then ruined everything through the old failure of having a blind loyalty to some of the old guard who were clearly never going to perform. No high tempo or pressing, many players uncomfortable on the ball, and worst of all players once again programmed to patrol their little zone rather than work in groups and quickly move the ball around. So pedestrian and static that it's an embarrassment compared to so-called lesser teams - Costa Rica will murder us if they play like they did against Italy. So have to totally disagree with dear old Lawrie on this one - it wasn't lack of experience that cost us. In fact we'd have have done a whole lot better with a team of virtually zero international experience. Unfortunately I think we have to just accept that England will now be a second rate team forever living on its past glories, largely comprised of players who'll continue to be mainly selected from CL teams but whose lack of true talent is often masked by them playing with foreign imports of true world-class ability. It's often been said in the past that a good Championship team would generally beat England. Why? Because although England would comprise more highly gifted players the Championship side would be a far better TEAM. Until we resolve that conundrum we will never succeed at international level again. saint christopher
  • Score: -11

9:18am Mon 23 Jun 14

de Heiligen paard 101 says...

saint christopher wrote:
Not sure why criticism of Roy is getting so many thumbs down.

He's part of the FA clique, a "safe pair of hands" who won't rock their cosy little boat. Yes, he picked some younger players but then ruined everything through the old failure of having a blind loyalty to some of the old guard who were clearly never going to perform.

No high tempo or pressing, many players uncomfortable on the ball, and worst of all players once again programmed to patrol their little zone rather than work in groups and quickly move the ball around. So pedestrian and static that it's an embarrassment compared to so-called lesser teams - Costa Rica will murder us if they play like they did against Italy.

So have to totally disagree with dear old Lawrie on this one - it wasn't lack of experience that cost us. In fact we'd have have done a whole lot better with a team of virtually zero international experience.

Unfortunately I think we have to just accept that England will now be a second rate team forever living on its past glories, largely comprised of players who'll continue to be mainly selected from CL teams but whose lack of true talent is often masked by them playing with foreign imports of true world-class ability.

It's often been said in the past that a good Championship team would generally beat England. Why? Because although England would comprise more highly gifted players the Championship side would be a far better TEAM. Until we resolve that conundrum we will never succeed at international level again.
look at whos got all the thumbs up! every other comment has lots of thumbs down, so will this one once sammynobrain starts clicking its mouse again.
or in other words, sammynobrain put up a comment that no one but it would click thumbs up, yet gets lots of thumbs up whilst all the other comments get loads of thumbs down.
or sammynobrain is sat at its computer before school with nothing better to do than reloading the page and clicking all the thumbs up and down it wants!
sammynobrain, you really think we all believe that you would get all those `votes` whilst the sensible comments get voted down? sad little creature.
also why are you still posting? you have no credibility or respect on this forum and are becoming sadder by the day! still if it keeps you off the streets, where you would obviously be a danger to yourself and others, then carry on, knock yourself out, enjoy it! it makes no difference to the normal members of this site.
[quote][p][bold]saint christopher[/bold] wrote: Not sure why criticism of Roy is getting so many thumbs down. He's part of the FA clique, a "safe pair of hands" who won't rock their cosy little boat. Yes, he picked some younger players but then ruined everything through the old failure of having a blind loyalty to some of the old guard who were clearly never going to perform. No high tempo or pressing, many players uncomfortable on the ball, and worst of all players once again programmed to patrol their little zone rather than work in groups and quickly move the ball around. So pedestrian and static that it's an embarrassment compared to so-called lesser teams - Costa Rica will murder us if they play like they did against Italy. So have to totally disagree with dear old Lawrie on this one - it wasn't lack of experience that cost us. In fact we'd have have done a whole lot better with a team of virtually zero international experience. Unfortunately I think we have to just accept that England will now be a second rate team forever living on its past glories, largely comprised of players who'll continue to be mainly selected from CL teams but whose lack of true talent is often masked by them playing with foreign imports of true world-class ability. It's often been said in the past that a good Championship team would generally beat England. Why? Because although England would comprise more highly gifted players the Championship side would be a far better TEAM. Until we resolve that conundrum we will never succeed at international level again.[/p][/quote]look at whos got all the thumbs up! every other comment has lots of thumbs down, so will this one once sammynobrain starts clicking its mouse again. or in other words, sammynobrain put up a comment that no one but it would click thumbs up, yet gets lots of thumbs up whilst all the other comments get loads of thumbs down. or sammynobrain is sat at its computer before school with nothing better to do than reloading the page and clicking all the thumbs up and down it wants! sammynobrain, you really think we all believe that you would get all those `votes` whilst the sensible comments get voted down? sad little creature. also why are you still posting? you have no credibility or respect on this forum and are becoming sadder by the day! still if it keeps you off the streets, where you would obviously be a danger to yourself and others, then carry on, knock yourself out, enjoy it! it makes no difference to the normal members of this site. de Heiligen paard 101
  • Score: -23

9:37am Mon 23 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

de Heiligen paard 101 wrote:
saint christopher wrote:
Not sure why criticism of Roy is getting so many thumbs down.

He's part of the FA clique, a "safe pair of hands" who won't rock their cosy little boat. Yes, he picked some younger players but then ruined everything through the old failure of having a blind loyalty to some of the old guard who were clearly never going to perform.

No high tempo or pressing, many players uncomfortable on the ball, and worst of all players once again programmed to patrol their little zone rather than work in groups and quickly move the ball around. So pedestrian and static that it's an embarrassment compared to so-called lesser teams - Costa Rica will murder us if they play like they did against Italy.

So have to totally disagree with dear old Lawrie on this one - it wasn't lack of experience that cost us. In fact we'd have have done a whole lot better with a team of virtually zero international experience.

Unfortunately I think we have to just accept that England will now be a second rate team forever living on its past glories, largely comprised of players who'll continue to be mainly selected from CL teams but whose lack of true talent is often masked by them playing with foreign imports of true world-class ability.

It's often been said in the past that a good Championship team would generally beat England. Why? Because although England would comprise more highly gifted players the Championship side would be a far better TEAM. Until we resolve that conundrum we will never succeed at international level again.
look at whos got all the thumbs up! every other comment has lots of thumbs down, so will this one once sammynobrain starts clicking its mouse again.
or in other words, sammynobrain put up a comment that no one but it would click thumbs up, yet gets lots of thumbs up whilst all the other comments get loads of thumbs down.
or sammynobrain is sat at its computer before school with nothing better to do than reloading the page and clicking all the thumbs up and down it wants!
sammynobrain, you really think we all believe that you would get all those `votes` whilst the sensible comments get voted down? sad little creature.
also why are you still posting? you have no credibility or respect on this forum and are becoming sadder by the day! still if it keeps you off the streets, where you would obviously be a danger to yourself and others, then carry on, knock yourself out, enjoy it! it makes no difference to the normal members of this site.
The voting system on these threads,is about as secure and reliable as an Afghan by election.
[quote][p][bold]de Heiligen paard 101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saint christopher[/bold] wrote: Not sure why criticism of Roy is getting so many thumbs down. He's part of the FA clique, a "safe pair of hands" who won't rock their cosy little boat. Yes, he picked some younger players but then ruined everything through the old failure of having a blind loyalty to some of the old guard who were clearly never going to perform. No high tempo or pressing, many players uncomfortable on the ball, and worst of all players once again programmed to patrol their little zone rather than work in groups and quickly move the ball around. So pedestrian and static that it's an embarrassment compared to so-called lesser teams - Costa Rica will murder us if they play like they did against Italy. So have to totally disagree with dear old Lawrie on this one - it wasn't lack of experience that cost us. In fact we'd have have done a whole lot better with a team of virtually zero international experience. Unfortunately I think we have to just accept that England will now be a second rate team forever living on its past glories, largely comprised of players who'll continue to be mainly selected from CL teams but whose lack of true talent is often masked by them playing with foreign imports of true world-class ability. It's often been said in the past that a good Championship team would generally beat England. Why? Because although England would comprise more highly gifted players the Championship side would be a far better TEAM. Until we resolve that conundrum we will never succeed at international level again.[/p][/quote]look at whos got all the thumbs up! every other comment has lots of thumbs down, so will this one once sammynobrain starts clicking its mouse again. or in other words, sammynobrain put up a comment that no one but it would click thumbs up, yet gets lots of thumbs up whilst all the other comments get loads of thumbs down. or sammynobrain is sat at its computer before school with nothing better to do than reloading the page and clicking all the thumbs up and down it wants! sammynobrain, you really think we all believe that you would get all those `votes` whilst the sensible comments get voted down? sad little creature. also why are you still posting? you have no credibility or respect on this forum and are becoming sadder by the day! still if it keeps you off the streets, where you would obviously be a danger to yourself and others, then carry on, knock yourself out, enjoy it! it makes no difference to the normal members of this site.[/p][/quote]The voting system on these threads,is about as secure and reliable as an Afghan by election. Positively4thStreet
  • Score: -7

9:47am Mon 23 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
de Heiligen paard 101 wrote:
saint christopher wrote:
Not sure why criticism of Roy is getting so many thumbs down.

He's part of the FA clique, a "safe pair of hands" who won't rock their cosy little boat. Yes, he picked some younger players but then ruined everything through the old failure of having a blind loyalty to some of the old guard who were clearly never going to perform.

No high tempo or pressing, many players uncomfortable on the ball, and worst of all players once again programmed to patrol their little zone rather than work in groups and quickly move the ball around. So pedestrian and static that it's an embarrassment compared to so-called lesser teams - Costa Rica will murder us if they play like they did against Italy.

So have to totally disagree with dear old Lawrie on this one - it wasn't lack of experience that cost us. In fact we'd have have done a whole lot better with a team of virtually zero international experience.

Unfortunately I think we have to just accept that England will now be a second rate team forever living on its past glories, largely comprised of players who'll continue to be mainly selected from CL teams but whose lack of true talent is often masked by them playing with foreign imports of true world-class ability.

It's often been said in the past that a good Championship team would generally beat England. Why? Because although England would comprise more highly gifted players the Championship side would be a far better TEAM. Until we resolve that conundrum we will never succeed at international level again.
look at whos got all the thumbs up! every other comment has lots of thumbs down, so will this one once sammynobrain starts clicking its mouse again.
or in other words, sammynobrain put up a comment that no one but it would click thumbs up, yet gets lots of thumbs up whilst all the other comments get loads of thumbs down.
or sammynobrain is sat at its computer before school with nothing better to do than reloading the page and clicking all the thumbs up and down it wants!
sammynobrain, you really think we all believe that you would get all those `votes` whilst the sensible comments get voted down? sad little creature.
also why are you still posting? you have no credibility or respect on this forum and are becoming sadder by the day! still if it keeps you off the streets, where you would obviously be a danger to yourself and others, then carry on, knock yourself out, enjoy it! it makes no difference to the normal members of this site.
The voting system on these threads,is about as secure and reliable as an Afghan by election.
I rest my case. :0)
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]de Heiligen paard 101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saint christopher[/bold] wrote: Not sure why criticism of Roy is getting so many thumbs down. He's part of the FA clique, a "safe pair of hands" who won't rock their cosy little boat. Yes, he picked some younger players but then ruined everything through the old failure of having a blind loyalty to some of the old guard who were clearly never going to perform. No high tempo or pressing, many players uncomfortable on the ball, and worst of all players once again programmed to patrol their little zone rather than work in groups and quickly move the ball around. So pedestrian and static that it's an embarrassment compared to so-called lesser teams - Costa Rica will murder us if they play like they did against Italy. So have to totally disagree with dear old Lawrie on this one - it wasn't lack of experience that cost us. In fact we'd have have done a whole lot better with a team of virtually zero international experience. Unfortunately I think we have to just accept that England will now be a second rate team forever living on its past glories, largely comprised of players who'll continue to be mainly selected from CL teams but whose lack of true talent is often masked by them playing with foreign imports of true world-class ability. It's often been said in the past that a good Championship team would generally beat England. Why? Because although England would comprise more highly gifted players the Championship side would be a far better TEAM. Until we resolve that conundrum we will never succeed at international level again.[/p][/quote]look at whos got all the thumbs up! every other comment has lots of thumbs down, so will this one once sammynobrain starts clicking its mouse again. or in other words, sammynobrain put up a comment that no one but it would click thumbs up, yet gets lots of thumbs up whilst all the other comments get loads of thumbs down. or sammynobrain is sat at its computer before school with nothing better to do than reloading the page and clicking all the thumbs up and down it wants! sammynobrain, you really think we all believe that you would get all those `votes` whilst the sensible comments get voted down? sad little creature. also why are you still posting? you have no credibility or respect on this forum and are becoming sadder by the day! still if it keeps you off the streets, where you would obviously be a danger to yourself and others, then carry on, knock yourself out, enjoy it! it makes no difference to the normal members of this site.[/p][/quote]The voting system on these threads,is about as secure and reliable as an Afghan by election.[/p][/quote]I rest my case. :0) Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 0

10:02am Mon 23 Jun 14

The Rise of The Foot Soldier. says...

Reference Previous Post.

SHAW LALA and old lion rickie on the BENCH for me.

This will STOP the constant MEDIA SPECULATION including ECHO trying to engineer our Players to other lesser Clubs like LFC.
Reference Previous Post. SHAW LALA and old lion rickie on the BENCH for me. This will STOP the constant MEDIA SPECULATION including ECHO trying to engineer our Players to other lesser Clubs like LFC. The Rise of The Foot Soldier.
  • Score: 1

10:10am Mon 23 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

Jan28th1984 wrote:
It doesnt matter who is the England coach - you can't polish a t*rd.
You can if its fossilised.. Which is what our grass roots system is.
[quote][p][bold]Jan28th1984[/bold] wrote: It doesnt matter who is the England coach - you can't polish a t*rd.[/p][/quote]You can if its fossilised.. Which is what our grass roots system is. Positively4thStreet
  • Score: 3

11:13am Mon 23 Jun 14

george chivers says...

Redknapp would have got better results than Hodgson. And much to my annoyance would have picked Terry and Cole which would have tightened up the defence and possibly allowed Baines to play left midfield. I don't think Shaw should have been picked. Happy with AL and SRL.

Not a popular thing to say on here but I'm interested in seeing England win not political correctness.
Redknapp would have got better results than Hodgson. And much to my annoyance would have picked Terry and Cole which would have tightened up the defence and possibly allowed Baines to play left midfield. I don't think Shaw should have been picked. Happy with AL and SRL. Not a popular thing to say on here but I'm interested in seeing England win not political correctness. george chivers
  • Score: 4

11:17am Mon 23 Jun 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Positively4thStreet wrote:
Positively4thStreet wrote:
de Heiligen paard 101 wrote:
saint christopher wrote:
Not sure why criticism of Roy is getting so many thumbs down.

He's part of the FA clique, a "safe pair of hands" who won't rock their cosy little boat. Yes, he picked some younger players but then ruined everything through the old failure of having a blind loyalty to some of the old guard who were clearly never going to perform.

No high tempo or pressing, many players uncomfortable on the ball, and worst of all players once again programmed to patrol their little zone rather than work in groups and quickly move the ball around. So pedestrian and static that it's an embarrassment compared to so-called lesser teams - Costa Rica will murder us if they play like they did against Italy.

So have to totally disagree with dear old Lawrie on this one - it wasn't lack of experience that cost us. In fact we'd have have done a whole lot better with a team of virtually zero international experience.

Unfortunately I think we have to just accept that England will now be a second rate team forever living on its past glories, largely comprised of players who'll continue to be mainly selected from CL teams but whose lack of true talent is often masked by them playing with foreign imports of true world-class ability.

It's often been said in the past that a good Championship team would generally beat England. Why? Because although England would comprise more highly gifted players the Championship side would be a far better TEAM. Until we resolve that conundrum we will never succeed at international level again.
look at whos got all the thumbs up! every other comment has lots of thumbs down, so will this one once sammynobrain starts clicking its mouse again.
or in other words, sammynobrain put up a comment that no one but it would click thumbs up, yet gets lots of thumbs up whilst all the other comments get loads of thumbs down.
or sammynobrain is sat at its computer before school with nothing better to do than reloading the page and clicking all the thumbs up and down it wants!
sammynobrain, you really think we all believe that you would get all those `votes` whilst the sensible comments get voted down? sad little creature.
also why are you still posting? you have no credibility or respect on this forum and are becoming sadder by the day! still if it keeps you off the streets, where you would obviously be a danger to yourself and others, then carry on, knock yourself out, enjoy it! it makes no difference to the normal members of this site.
The voting system on these threads,is about as secure and reliable as an Afghan by election.
I rest my case. :0)
Keeps the troll off of the streets I guess?
[quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Positively4thStreet[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]de Heiligen paard 101[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]saint christopher[/bold] wrote: Not sure why criticism of Roy is getting so many thumbs down. He's part of the FA clique, a "safe pair of hands" who won't rock their cosy little boat. Yes, he picked some younger players but then ruined everything through the old failure of having a blind loyalty to some of the old guard who were clearly never going to perform. No high tempo or pressing, many players uncomfortable on the ball, and worst of all players once again programmed to patrol their little zone rather than work in groups and quickly move the ball around. So pedestrian and static that it's an embarrassment compared to so-called lesser teams - Costa Rica will murder us if they play like they did against Italy. So have to totally disagree with dear old Lawrie on this one - it wasn't lack of experience that cost us. In fact we'd have have done a whole lot better with a team of virtually zero international experience. Unfortunately I think we have to just accept that England will now be a second rate team forever living on its past glories, largely comprised of players who'll continue to be mainly selected from CL teams but whose lack of true talent is often masked by them playing with foreign imports of true world-class ability. It's often been said in the past that a good Championship team would generally beat England. Why? Because although England would comprise more highly gifted players the Championship side would be a far better TEAM. Until we resolve that conundrum we will never succeed at international level again.[/p][/quote]look at whos got all the thumbs up! every other comment has lots of thumbs down, so will this one once sammynobrain starts clicking its mouse again. or in other words, sammynobrain put up a comment that no one but it would click thumbs up, yet gets lots of thumbs up whilst all the other comments get loads of thumbs down. or sammynobrain is sat at its computer before school with nothing better to do than reloading the page and clicking all the thumbs up and down it wants! sammynobrain, you really think we all believe that you would get all those `votes` whilst the sensible comments get voted down? sad little creature. also why are you still posting? you have no credibility or respect on this forum and are becoming sadder by the day! still if it keeps you off the streets, where you would obviously be a danger to yourself and others, then carry on, knock yourself out, enjoy it! it makes no difference to the normal members of this site.[/p][/quote]The voting system on these threads,is about as secure and reliable as an Afghan by election.[/p][/quote]I rest my case. :0)[/p][/quote]Keeps the troll off of the streets I guess? OSPREYSAINT
  • Score: 3

12:40pm Mon 23 Jun 14

The Rise of The Foot Soldier. says...

The Rise of The Foot Soldier. wrote:
Think Roy has LFC blindness - he really needs a RETHINK about the Players he selects for the next game. It is Public news that Roy will not be sacked and be allowed to fulfil his contract. SHAW and LALLANA for me - with Rickie to warm the bench. Although an OLD LION - I believe Rickie has plenty to offer and bringing him on at some pint will give ENGLAND impetus to get a goal or two. BACK TO THE IMPORTANT BUSINESS OF CLUB FOOTBALL. Looking forward to hearing about SIGNINGS for the SUPER SAINTS.
Roy also has Manure Chelski and LFC Blindness.

CULL THE OLD LIONS - Gerrard Lampard and Lambert etc.

PROMOTE TO THE SQUAD A YOUNG HUNGRY SAINTS LION - JROD.

Will have a beer in the J-TREE when he plays for ENGLAND. COYR
[quote][p][bold]The Rise of The Foot Soldier.[/bold] wrote: Think Roy has LFC blindness - he really needs a RETHINK about the Players he selects for the next game. It is Public news that Roy will not be sacked and be allowed to fulfil his contract. SHAW and LALLANA for me - with Rickie to warm the bench. Although an OLD LION - I believe Rickie has plenty to offer and bringing him on at some pint will give ENGLAND impetus to get a goal or two. BACK TO THE IMPORTANT BUSINESS OF CLUB FOOTBALL. Looking forward to hearing about SIGNINGS for the SUPER SAINTS.[/p][/quote]Roy also has Manure Chelski and LFC Blindness. CULL THE OLD LIONS - Gerrard Lampard and Lambert etc. PROMOTE TO THE SQUAD A YOUNG HUNGRY SAINTS LION - JROD. Will have a beer in the J-TREE when he plays for ENGLAND. COYR The Rise of The Foot Soldier.
  • Score: 0

2:59pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Rising_Son says...

george chivers wrote:
Redknapp would have got better results than Hodgson. And much to my annoyance would have picked Terry and Cole which would have tightened up the defence and possibly allowed Baines to play left midfield. I don't think Shaw should have been picked. Happy with AL and SRL.

Not a popular thing to say on here but I'm interested in seeing England win not political correctness.
I don't think you would have seen them win with those players either. We weren't very good in midfield or up front, so I doubt we would have done any better.
[quote][p][bold]george chivers[/bold] wrote: Redknapp would have got better results than Hodgson. And much to my annoyance would have picked Terry and Cole which would have tightened up the defence and possibly allowed Baines to play left midfield. I don't think Shaw should have been picked. Happy with AL and SRL. Not a popular thing to say on here but I'm interested in seeing England win not political correctness.[/p][/quote]I don't think you would have seen them win with those players either. We weren't very good in midfield or up front, so I doubt we would have done any better. Rising_Son
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4:33pm Mon 23 Jun 14

lowe esteem says...

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Before the World Cup, I thought Roy realised that things needed to change and that's why he brought in some younger (and one not so young), non-regulars. Unfortunately, he didn't have the courage to make those changes at the World Cup itself.
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[quote][p][bold]Rising_Son[/bold] wrote: Before the World Cup, I thought Roy realised that things needed to change and that's why he brought in some younger (and one not so young), non-regulars. Unfortunately, he didn't have the courage to make those changes at the World Cup itself.[/p][/quote]What's wrong with this? It's spot on. I give it at least 67 thumbs ups>################ #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### #################### ##Well done!!Sort it out Echo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! lowe esteem
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9:29pm Mon 23 Jun 14

OSPREYSAINT says...

Not happy with Talk Sport attitude, saying we shouldn't be playing the second string against Costa Coffee, as far as I am concerned there are 23 players of equal status in the Squad, those that played was down to the Managers selection, not necessarily were they lesser players, any of these could have played as well or better than the ones that did, calling them second rate is out of order..
Not happy with Talk Sport attitude, saying we shouldn't be playing the second string against Costa Coffee, as far as I am concerned there are 23 players of equal status in the Squad, those that played was down to the Managers selection, not necessarily were they lesser players, any of these could have played as well or better than the ones that did, calling them second rate is out of order.. OSPREYSAINT
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10:32pm Mon 23 Jun 14

Positively4thStreet says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
Not happy with Talk Sport attitude, saying we shouldn't be playing the second string against Costa Coffee, as far as I am concerned there are 23 players of equal status in the Squad, those that played was down to the Managers selection, not necessarily were they lesser players, any of these could have played as well or better than the ones that did, calling them second rate is out of order..
Well said Osprey,absolutely agree.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: Not happy with Talk Sport attitude, saying we shouldn't be playing the second string against Costa Coffee, as far as I am concerned there are 23 players of equal status in the Squad, those that played was down to the Managers selection, not necessarily were they lesser players, any of these could have played as well or better than the ones that did, calling them second rate is out of order..[/p][/quote]Well said Osprey,absolutely agree. Positively4thStreet
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