Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by mastervit, Jun 27, 2016.
Premier league stars beated up ..I Always knew that premier league is overreated
It doesn't have anything to do with the Premier League. It's the whole team, they just can't play well together, none of them fit well.
England's national team is just not what it used to be, plus the manager messed it up.
This has nothing to do with England being overrated. Iceland playing really solid.
England always play shit as a team. Don't see how it means the premier league is crap seeing as half of Icelands players are in the Championship
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Same with La Liga.
Spain also went crashing out of the Round of 16..lol
England arguably never had the juggernaut-like mindset and the accompanying killer instinct -- unlike Germany. Period.
I'm not really a football amateur, but I would like to know two things:
1) Was Iceland very good or was england incredibly bad? Sunday, there is a match between France and Ireland. France is ... bad. Really. They faced ireland, and it was just awful. France should have lost.
2) I thought that English footballers were considered as good and rough? Was I wrong?
The marketing machine for England players works. Only reason they go for so much money. 50 million for Sterling. What?
Premier League survives on foreign talent, be it managers or players.
At least England fans can now enjoy the tournament and watch some decent football.
Hahaha nice one.
Only England can manage to get out of Europe twice in the same week.
Came as no surprise to any of the English we knew our boys would melt at the first sign of pressure, so with all due respect fuck all you anti English bastards.
In all my life, I can only remember one tournament that we played with true pride and passion. And that was euro 96. I was expecting an early exit, but not in that fashion. Shambles. It's going to get worse before it gets better, look at the names being thrown into the hat for next England manager lol.
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