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In 1966

             Austria won the Eurovision Song Contest,

             Atletico Madrid won the Spanish League,

             Real Madrid won the Champions League

             England won the World Cup


By coincidence


In 2014

             Austria won the Eurovision Song Contest

             Atletico Madrid won the Spanish League

             Real Madrid won the Champions League


             Watch this Space  :) 

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I hope you're right, Mister Fox, because my bro has just rushed to William Hills with next weeks rent. (Just kidding) :whistle:

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Ecuador - ranked 26th , England ranked 10th.

Only watched the 2nd half.

Oxlade-Chamberlain - always thought in the Premiership he was totally inconsistent - last night the bits I saw he looked good, took defenders on and got passed them, not used to that by Englishmen.

Barkley - looks good to me, no fears, tries anything. Would loose the ball as much as he creates moves but nat afraid to try.

Stirling - not a lot of time ion the pitch, but direct not afraid to run at the defence.

Jones - covered his position and Milner's most of the time. Would play him with Cahill & Jagielka.


Rooney, Lambert and Lampart looked as though they were melting.


Conclusion - let the oldies start and melt away and bring on the fearless kids to run at defences.



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