Poland v England - 16th October

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Poland v England - 16th October

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Postby Hektorek » Mon Oct 15, 2012 8:35 pm

I got the ticket! :)

It will be very interesting game for us because our new coach Waldemar Fornalik decided to take a several decent young players along for the games against RSA and right England. And they play, don't ony sit on the bench. I'm impressed by midfielder Wszolek and striker Milik. Currently in this season they are top players of our league and months ago no one knew them. It will be great to see them competeing against such players as Rooney or Gerard that so far they had a contact with them just on PlayStation.

Our national team looks very interesting at the moment but it's still in the building proccess. I predict 1:2 for England.
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Postby Tipster » Tue Oct 16, 2012 2:11 pm

Poland had a decent Euro, and with being at home, they can give England a real challenge.

Unfortunately for them, I can only see a fairly easy England win here. 3-1 to England.

GERRARD, and DEFOE best for England, with Oxlade Chamberlain proving why he should remain in the squad. That's if he gets ahead of Lennon, who is also good too. Looking for a barnstorming performance from Glen Johnson at right back.
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Postby Hams » Wed Oct 17, 2012 3:42 pm

Line ups

Poland:
Tyton, Piszczek, Wasilewski, Glik, Wawrzyniak, Polanski, Grosicki, Kryshowiak, Wszolek, Obraniak, Lewandowski

England:
Hart, Johnson, Cole, Lescott, Jagielka, Gerrard, Carrick, Milner, Cleverley, Rooney, Defoe


I have to go out now so will have to watch the highlights this evening if there are any on ITV.

FFS!
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Postby Almeida » Wed Oct 17, 2012 7:19 pm

Poland 1-1 England

well, as i said, poland can take a punch... they were the better side in the second half and deservedly scored the equalizer.

what surprised me though was how slow was the pace of the game in the first half... fortunately, the poles got fired up in the second one and made the game more interesting to watch. otherwise, it would have been quite boring...

there was nothing to prevent england from grabbing all three points from this, so they have no-one to blame but themselves. and i dont agree with shearer who said after the game that he accepts poland being a tough place to go, but doesnt think it's a good team. NO. poland are a good strong team of the avarage level. what else did he expect? there are simply no teams in europe nowadays which can be outplayed without any effort, barring the dwarfs like san-marino.

all in all, the situation in the group has become a little complicated and unpredictable which makes it even more interesting...
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