Discussion in 'Community' started by FORCE_SKIN, Feb 7, 2004.
Meh, can't say I blame him.
I stand by my lol.
Apparently Arsenal players have been watching footage of themselves defending.
Owen to retire at the end of the season. Quite sad what injuries did to his career. And can't believe it's been almost 15 years since that goal.
Surprised they could find any
Indeed, it must have been footage of previous players who could defend like the 2004 team.
Rio not available for England is hardly a huge loss, yes he's still good but this is a good opportunity to try other players. If things aren't going well use Cahill and Lescott, they have experience and play in top teams.
Rio's still good, but we have sufficiently decent centre-backs to see us through to World Cup qualification without him and he's never gonna be up to playing in the tournament itself. So... he's no loss.
With everybody fit, England certainly don't need him.
Agreed. They can fail in the quarters with or without him.
Oh yeah? Well my post has four likes, and yours none. The wise and handsome jury has spoken. Richie, too.
If there's no place for Terry, then there's no place for Rio.
Didn't Terry retire from international football?
He did, but my point is several people here said that Terry should not play for England. Too old, past it etc. So those people should also agree that Rio shouldn't either
Yes. He uses the time when other players are on international duty to seduce their wives. He's a massive, massive **** like that.
As opposed to being a drug addict of course
I hear that's why Rio pulled out.
I thought he did tat because he forgot the condoms.
I can't remember what I said about Terry.
I recall you saying he is your mentor.
Rio has been great this season, much improved on the last couple of years when he looked old and past it.
I wouldn't say the same for Terry, he hasn't looked really good for some time (then again, in a defense as shambolic as Chelsea's has often been I guess everyone looks terrible).
But it happens to everyone, Cole was once called the Best Left-Back in the World but these days he certainly isn't.
You said he was too old, past it, and should give way to the new generation of players.
I just want John Terry to retire so that whenever anyone criticizes something that "Terry" has done I don't end up thinking they're on about me.
Especially if I only caught part of the conversation.
I do agree that I'm old and past it though.
I laugh at Terry being a cry baby. I refuse to say which Terry I'm speaking of, and it may be both.