…Poland on Tuesday night. After all if he’s going to act the part of McClown he might as well dress the part. Just get the overwhelming sense of deja-vu and that this World Cup qualifying campaign is going the way of Steve McClaren’s doomed single campaign in charge. Uninspiring and lucky with that luck running [...]
...then how can this man be in the frame? Steve 'McClown' McClaren isn't English, he's Dutch everyone knows it, how could the F.A. hear that interview and think he's from anywhere else but the Netherlands?
...just a few more to go. It's goobye and good riddance to that bumbling buffoon Brian Barwick the man who told us the McClown was his first choice as England manager.
...just when you thought the Wally with the Brolly couldn't get worse...a new level of cretinism from the McClown.
...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.
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.
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.
McClown has out McClowned himself again by picking Beckham for the next England squad because he proved his fitness in a Hollywood charity match. We don't qualify for Euro 2008 and McClown is gone - is it a price worth paying?
It's bad enough McClown is even thinking of picking Beckham but to fly out to L.A. to watch a charity match to asses his fitness takes the grinning ginga muppet's stupidity to a new level, along with the F.A. that sanctioned and paid for the trip.
as England's luck ran out against Russia they were faced with only a half wit manager leading donkeys into battle, this defeat should have ended McClown's job but he and the fool that employed him as still there.
England manager proves again he is not good at his job but very lucky with an inept England performance that saw them gain another 3-0 victory on Saturday against Estonia.
England's fourth 3-0 victory in Euro 2008 qualifiers but there was still too many weak links on the park against Russia, Gerrard, the Coles and Ferdinand.