Internationals September 2019

Miles Away

Well-Known Member
Maddison gets his call up.

Chilwell also in the squad.

No room for Barnes (yet) who misses out to talent like Lingard.
 

jb5000

Well-Known Member
Hamza and Harvey are good u-21 players and will get good match time and experience at that level - no way are either at full England level yet, though I expect they will be
 

Skitzo

Well-Known Member
Hamza and Harvey are good u-21 players and will get good match time and experience at that level - no way are either at full England level yet, though I expect they will be
especially as they may not be in our strongest 11 let alone England level
 

big_mac4824

Well-Known Member
Although necessary and a great achievement to our players I find the international break bloody annoying. Agree that it is too early for Hamza and Barnes still has a lot to prove imo.
 

homer

Well-Known Member
Yeah but we get to learn from the Manager a fawing wankpiece pundits that Mason Mount is the future of English football and far better than James Maddison
 

Funky Fox

Active Member
Yeah but we get to learn from the Manager a fawing wankpiece pundits that Mason Mount is the future of English football and far better than James Maddison
I can't believe all the hype about Mount., they really are wetting themselves about him being the future of English football etc.
 

Jeff

Administrator
Staff member
Justin is on the bench for England against the young Turks. 1-1 at the moment.

 
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