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    congrats to england, onto the quarters

    Bend it like beckham, major ram and the rest of our english rambro's are on to the quarter finals agains the portugese. One more win and bring on the brazlians!

    ramming speed to those british footballers,

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    Re: congrats to england, onto the quarters

    congrats to england for a good game
    but i dont konw those portuguese look good(said the same thing about ecuador, but they didnt play their best), but i think england will take theyll just have to do a bit more than what they did at the ecuador game
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    Re: congrats to england, onto the quarters

    Congrats to our brothers and allies over the pond. Did what the underachieving, didn't live up to the hype, Americans could accomplish.

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    Re: congrats to england, onto the quarters

    Go England!

    If America can't get-r-done, then here's to our friends across the pond.
    "Before the gates of excellence the high gods have placed sweat; long is the road thereto and rough and steep at first; but when the heights are reached, then there is ease, though grievously hard in the winning." --- Hesiod

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    Re: congrats to england, onto the quarters

    A nice win. Good to see Rooney play a full game, too. I especially enjoyed watching him bowl over two defenders at the same time trying to score. No offense to Crouch and Owen, but Rooney gives the team a sense of urgency upfront. If he's not careful, he could get into trouble with these card-happy refs, but it's nice to see a guy really trying to make something happen every single time he touches the ball. The midfield looked more settled, too. John Terry had some uncharacteristic lapses on the defense, but it looks like England's starting to hit its stride.


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