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    Wales are going to face a very different Denmark team in this. None of their main players are involved due to a dispute over player sponsorship so players from the Danish lower leagues and futsal teams called up. John Jensen is managing the team until it's sorted.

    Apparently the main group offered to play under the last agreement and reopen talks after the game but it was rejected by the DBU.

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    Makes it a bloody farce of a game. But we'll probably contrive to lose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    Makes it a bloody farce of a game. But we'll probably contrive to lose.
    Not sure how true it is but I read that the last time the Danish Futsal team played for the main side, they lost 11-2 to Azerbaijan. So you may scrape a win
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deutsch Wolf View Post

    They only care about the bottom line. For instance there are no FTA highlights of any Champions League or Europa League games this year as well as no live FTA games. They don't care that it's shoved away on BT and millions of people can't/won't pay for it. BT pay them enough, you get the gig, fuck the consumer.
    Didn't realise they's sunk so far as that. Blimey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Hark View Post
    Didn't realise they's sunk so far as that. Blimey.
    And that's why there is such a demand for hooky website streams. Necessity is the mother of invention
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyber-_-man View Post
    And that's why there is such a demand for hooky website streams. Necessity is the mother of invention
    Well yes, and, to be fair, it's great to be able to watch all our league games in full now, but so far as the Euro comps are concerned, and with obvious exceptions, I generally only want to see the highlights, certainly until it gets to the KO stages, not be camped in front of the telly two evenings a week. I suppose the cricket will disappear from C5 next.
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    It will, but only to the BBC.
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    Two RBs starting for Ireland tonight. Doc is not one of them.
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    Where’s that Ireland team going to get a goal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    Wales are going to face a very different Denmark team in this. None of their main players are involved due to a dispute over player sponsorship so players from the Danish lower leagues and futsal teams called up. John Jensen is managing the team until it's sorted.

    Apparently the main group offered to play under the last agreement and reopen talks after the game but it was rejected by the DBU.
    matter resolved and a full strength Danish team will play Wales.

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    Wales in front already, nice goal. Good football.
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    Definitely more of a tactical plan under Giggs than there was under Coleman, no more "just give it to Bale and hope it works out", no more "play three centre halves whatever the circumstances even though none of them can pass". Ampadu looks a very good footballer early on and Brooks has started well too.
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    2-0 Bale, trademark stuff
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    Stunning from Bale 2-0

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    Ward and Duffy gift wrap a route for Bale inside on his left foot and he unsurprisingly scores.
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    Pretty sure this Ireland team wouldn't get promoted from the Championship. They're like a shit (or if you like, even shitter) Middlesbrough.
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    Wales do look good, easy to against this team but as Dan says, much more structured play.

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    3-0 Ramsey. About a fair scoreline.
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    Wales destroying Ireland and Denmark internet gamers up next. Not a bad start.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddingtonwolf View Post
    Wales destroying Ireland and Denmark internet gamers up next. Not a bad start.
    The first team have said they'll turn up

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    Hope dear old Wardy plays against us on that showing. Looks done.

    Not all his fault of course, the midfield offers nothing, Ciaran Clark next to him is shocking and Darren Randolph belongs in League Two.
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    4-0.

    Still a fair score.

    Edit: Ward turning his back on it, no excuse for that.
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    Did he celebrate that like a 90th minute winner LMFAO.

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    4-1 after a shocker at the back for Wales.
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    We are still poor but with Bale obvs. So I expect some complete crap at the back.
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    Ramsey's fault tbf. I'd love to blame Ashley Williams in some way but I can't.

    You've been very impressive but as I say this is a very poor Irish team, probably the worst I have ever seen them have in the last 30 years. No quality anywhere, no tactics, no attempt to play football and calamitous defending/goalkeeping.

    They've used all their subs now too so no outing for Doc (don't really think he would have improved matters regardless).
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    I only watched some bits but was surprised by how much better Wales looked than under Coleman.

    Mepham is a good player which should allow them to play a back four if they can get Williams out of it. And good for them to start blooding in Ampadu and brooks with some other pretty decent youngsters coming through too.

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    Mepham was excellent and has looked very good in the Brentford games I've seen. I guess that's why they were so ready to let Egan go.
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    They are very good at moving players on at the right time. As soon as a team offers anything over than what they value the player at they are just ready to move them on. They've made a lot of money in the last couple of years! I think Bournemouth made quite a big bid for Mepham in January mind so they must rate him really highly.

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    Bournemouth wanted him in the summer I think.

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