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1 hour ago, Brunners said:

Yes, Warnock said the club had been in contact with Cameroon, who had assured the club that they would "try to start him both games". I guess they tried and failed lol.

I remember at the end of last season when Warnock was going to try and give some of the young lads games.  Managers eh?

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Looking forward to seeing England's fringe players give Andorra a good tonking tonight.

Bamford to score a hat-trick...you heard it here first. 😉

 

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1 hour ago, AnglianRed said:

Looking forward to seeing England's fringe players give Andorra a good tonking tonight.

Bamford to score a hat-trick...you heard it here first. 😉

 

Bamford is injured and not in the squad.

I'm not entirely sure he'd have made it again even if he was fit given Southgate's comments about him compared to his comments about Watkins.

That and he was rubbish against Andorra in his first appearance.

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Fully expecting Tammy Abraham to score tonight though.

I don't see Kane coming on in the second half given the plastic pitch, he's too injury prone, so Abraham should have plenty of time.

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On 10/8/2021 at 4:30 PM, Brunners said:

We won't be happy with that, we've apparently been told by Cameroon he would be starting both games.

There's absolutely no chance Cameroon are going to listen to a dinosaur of lower league British football when it comes to who they pick to play in their world Cup qualifying campaign. 

I imagine the only reason warnock got 2 minutes of their time was the breakdown in communication on the phone when someone with a confused expression was on the other end trying to make heads or tails of what he was saying to them. 

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