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Wednesday, 7 September 2011

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3 toothless lions are nearly gezumped by the Welsh fiery dragons; Earnshaw what a tosser!

The Red Dragons of Wales proved once more that the 3 Lions of England are certainly not roaring; they're pretty toothless actually.

Bale the Whale caused England plenty of grief and if Earnshaw hadn't had fluffed his chance then England would have looked pretty damn awful. Even Fluff the Magic Dragon would have blown that one home.

British footy or soccer for our US friends, is just not up there with the Spanish, Dutch and Germans, in fact it's leagues away and still in a dark Dragon's Den without any fire at all.

The whole thing was a drab affair and all of the rhetoric blowing out of the England dressing room just covers up how far England really are, in fact the fire being blown out of the Welsh dressing rooms was far more fiery and positive although they are the perennial losers.

Welsh Boyo and motor-mouth, Craig Bellamy, who was missing, summed England up with one good old-fashioned Welsh word, "crap, boyo".

Craig might be right, but only if England don't sack Capello. With a half decent manager they might achieve something especially with their "Young Ones". The Krauts kicked out all of their oldies and they have qualified in second gear, maybe it's a lesson to be learnt.

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