...what am I gonna do for the final now. After they lost to Spain choosing between them and Germany in the final is like the choice between being shot and electrocuted.
...you buffoon, thank you the F.A. you cretins. For making sure Guus Hiddink didn't take the England job resulting in us suffering under the McClown.
...England's 2-0 struggle to overcome a very mediocre USA side with the usual suspects that doesn't lead to much hope for Cappelo's leadership and World Cup qualifying.
...is the McClown. Another great example of reading just what the public want the B.B.C. have employed Steve McClaren at the cost of five grand to commentate on the tournament he failed to get to.
...can be the only reason for Fabio thinking Beckham can be England's Ronaldo.
...by England's first game under Fabio Capello, it had the look of the last days of the McClown era about it.
...to drop, even if it means we see the back of him Capello should not pick Beckham for England's up coming friendly against Switzerland.
Spurs had a great chance to end a 17 year long hex and win away at Chelski and they blew it.
Will Capello wipe the slate clean then just pick the same bunch of losers his two predecessors fawned over, or will he ask why should I pick those that have shown they can't cut it at international level.
Will Fabio Capello be the new England boss by the end of the week, there's still time for Barwick to screw it up, and at the moment he wouldn't be my first choice of those left standing.
If it wasn't for the old Soviet leader there wouldn't be all these teams battling out for qualification from the European groups for the 2010 World Cup and England may have had a chance.
What is the difference between Steve McClaren and an arsonist? - an arsonist wouldn't throw away his last two matches. Bye bye McClown. Was last nights loss the best thing for the national side?
England's friendly against a rubbish Austria side showed how bad an England manager McClown is but the defeats of Russia and Croatia highlighted how lucky he is.
Hard to believe even with McClown's latest England usual suspects XI but Alan Shearer would be worse than the current occupier of the worst England manager ever spot.
...wouldn't they, after all it's not as if they have to save face, get revenge, hang onto they're England career or try and justify the worst Spurs player on show.