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h69 wrote:terrya1965 wrote:
Probably the first time we have disagreed on anything football wise h tbh.We have similar views,so I am quite surprised by this comment.
I don`t care whose idea it was,it`s unconventional,unprofessional and against the grain of normality.Whose ever idea it was needs to be crucified.
Next year we will be having a friendly,giving the highest bidder a game.Bloody idiotic FA.Just nonsense IMO.
Sorry h,this subject really winds me up.
Crucify someone for organising a charity match before Christmas.....Ok Terry !
I would agree with you if it was a commercial operation for the FA...a bit like, oh wait, every other friendly ever played that noone seems to care about
But in this case it is a game played for charity. I have no issue with it. If the money does not get to his foundation, I will be the first to get angry but any charity work should be applauded and while I am no fan of the great balding scouser, I do believe that Rooney has given a lot to charity and I applaud that.
Were you offended by the poppy on the pitch last Saturday ? Did it get in the way of your prematch buildup ?
Shame on charity to get in the way of tradition. As for the Daily Mail, its the Daily Mail.
I am not against Charities at all H.
I am against the idea of a former England captain coming out of retirement to play a single game for his country in an Official Friendly.That`s what stinks.
Like I said,he could arrange an unofficial game at the end of the season for charity at Wembley,I haven`t a problem with that at all.
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