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Re: Question for Heston

Post by laxman » 13 Jun 2016, 2:10pm

Heston wrote:Thanks again chaps, shame about the result. Though we played well I thought.
I saw most of it and quite enjoyed it, especially the first half. Looks like we have decent players who, shock, can actually kick it with both feet. I thought their biggest threat was Joe Hart's clearances. Sterling seems to get pushed off the ball too easily. Other than that they looked good. My rule of thumb with the England team is, if they were a Prem League team in their own right, would I be worried if Stockport County drew them in the FA Cup? This team, yes. Not so some of the teams in the past!

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Re: Question for Heston

Post by Marky Dread » 13 Jun 2016, 3:33pm

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Heston wrote:Thanks again chaps, shame about the result. Though we played well I thought.
I saw most of it and quite enjoyed it, especially the first half. Looks like we have decent players who, shock, can actually kick it with both feet. I thought their biggest threat was Joe Hart's clearances. Sterling seems to get pushed off the ball too easily. Other than that they looked good. My rule of thumb with the England team is, if they were a Prem League team in their own right, would I be worried if Stockport County drew them in the FA Cup? This team, yes. Not so some of the teams in the past!
Harry Kane needs to improve with no shots inside the 18 yard box that's not good enough. Overall a good solid performance I would've left Rooney on as he was man of the match for me.
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Re: Question for Heston

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Heston wrote:Thanks again chaps, shame about the result. Though we played well I thought.
I saw most of it and quite enjoyed it, especially the first half. Looks like we have decent players who, shock, can actually kick it with both feet. I thought their biggest threat was Joe Hart's clearances. Sterling seems to get pushed off the ball too easily. Other than that they looked good. My rule of thumb with the England team is, if they were a Prem League team in their own right, would I be worried if Stockport County drew them in the FA Cup? This team, yes. Not so some of the teams in the past!
Harry Kane needs to improve with no shots inside the 18 yard box that's not good enough. Overall a good solid performance I would've left Rooney on as he was man of the match for me.
Yes I would have left him on.

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Re: Question for Heston

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Heston wrote:Thanks again chaps, shame about the result. Though we played well I thought.
I saw most of it and quite enjoyed it, especially the first half. Looks like we have decent players who, shock, can actually kick it with both feet. I thought their biggest threat was Joe Hart's clearances. Sterling seems to get pushed off the ball too easily. Other than that they looked good. My rule of thumb with the England team is, if they were a Prem League team in their own right, would I be worried if Stockport County drew them in the FA Cup? This team, yes. Not so some of the teams in the past!
Harry Kane needs to improve with no shots inside the 18 yard box that's not good enough. Overall a good solid performance I would've left Rooney on as he was man of the match for me.
Yes I would have left him on.

Maybe he was injured slightly,or they just need to rotate the squad to keep them fresh.

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Re: Question for Heston

Post by Marky Dread » 13 Jun 2016, 4:09pm

laxman wrote:
101Walterton wrote:
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laxman wrote:
Heston wrote:Thanks again chaps, shame about the result. Though we played well I thought.
I saw most of it and quite enjoyed it, especially the first half. Looks like we have decent players who, shock, can actually kick it with both feet. I thought their biggest threat was Joe Hart's clearances. Sterling seems to get pushed off the ball too easily. Other than that they looked good. My rule of thumb with the England team is, if they were a Prem League team in their own right, would I be worried if Stockport County drew them in the FA Cup? This team, yes. Not so some of the teams in the past!
Harry Kane needs to improve with no shots inside the 18 yard box that's not good enough. Overall a good solid performance I would've left Rooney on as he was man of the match for me.
Yes I would have left him on.

Maybe he was injured slightly,or they just need to rotate the squad to keep them fresh.
Rooney had plenty of running left in him and was doing a teriffic job in midfield. I think the stats showed how good his work rate was and made more passes than anyone else on the pitch.
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Re: Question for Heston

Post by gkbill » 13 Jun 2016, 11:40pm

Marky Dread wrote:
laxman wrote:
101Walterton wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
laxman wrote:
I saw most of it and quite enjoyed it, especially the first half. Looks like we have decent players who, shock, can actually kick it with both feet. I thought their biggest threat was Joe Hart's clearances. Sterling seems to get pushed off the ball too easily. Other than that they looked good. My rule of thumb with the England team is, if they were a Prem League team in their own right, would I be worried if Stockport County drew them in the FA Cup? This team, yes. Not so some of the teams in the past!
Harry Kane needs to improve with no shots inside the 18 yard box that's not good enough. Overall a good solid performance I would've left Rooney on as he was man of the match for me.
Yes I would have left him on.

Maybe he was injured slightly,or they just need to rotate the squad to keep them fresh.
Rooney had plenty of running left in him and was doing a teriffic job in midfield. I think the stats showed how good his work rate was and made more passes than anyone else on the pitch.
Hello,

Rooney is older; he'll need more recovery time than the youngsters.

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Re: Question for Heston

Post by Marky Dread » 14 Jun 2016, 3:03am

gkbill wrote:
Marky Dread wrote:
laxman wrote:
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Harry Kane needs to improve with no shots inside the 18 yard box that's not good enough. Overall a good solid performance I would've left Rooney on as he was man of the match for me.
Yes I would have left him on.

Maybe he was injured slightly,or they just need to rotate the squad to keep them fresh.
Rooney had plenty of running left in him and was doing a teriffic job in midfield. I think the stats showed how good his work rate was and made more passes than anyone else on the pitch.
Hello,

Rooney is older; he'll need more recovery time than the youngsters.
That's nonsense mate. Rooney is a professional footballer who trains week in week out he has 4 days to recover for the next game against Wales which is more than enough. His age is not a problem and he was excellent in his new role and should've played the full 90 mins. Taking him off opened up the game and probably cost England the win.
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Re: Question for Heston

Post by Marky Dread » 14 Jun 2016, 2:48pm

Gareth Bale say Wales have more passion than England. Is he talking about the team the football the fans or all three? Aaron Ramsey believes that Wales are better than England. That's some tough talking from a team who haven't been in the competition for some considerable time. Walws played well against Slovakia the weakest team in the group in my opinion, now let's see how well they do against Russia. England will win on Thusday!

I don't think Ramsey's new Bernie cut will help him either.
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Re: Question for Heston

Post by 101Walterton » 14 Jun 2016, 3:31pm

Marky Dread wrote:Gareth Bale say Wales have more passion than England. Is he talking about the team the football the fans or all three? Aaron Ramsey believes that Wales are better than England. That's some tough talking from a team who haven't been in the competition for some considerable time. Walws played well against Slovakia the weakest team in the group in my opinion, now let's see how well they do against Russia. England will win on Thusday!

I don't think Ramsey's new Bernie cut will help him either.
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The Ausie media have ridiculed the England rugby team prior to the first team. The TV ads were appalling. you would think the cold humble pie would be enough for them but they are still going.
Eddie Jones and the team are feeding on it.
Let's hope England do the same.

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Re: Question for Heston

Post by Marky Dread » 16 Jun 2016, 10:56am

Marky Dread wrote:Gareth Bale say Wales have more passion than England. Is he talking about the team the football the fans or all three? Aaron Ramsey believes that Wales are better than England. That's some tough talking from a team who haven't been in the competition for some considerable time. Wales played well against Slovakia the weakest team in the group in my opinion, now let's see how well they do against Russia. England will win on Thursday!
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Re: Question for Heston

Post by Heston » 08 Jul 2016, 7:42am

Buzzing to be asked to support Neville Staple this November!

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So what does Marconi playing the mamba mean? "Marconi" is referring to the radio itself. It plays a deadly snake. The snake - the mamba - is slithering from the speakers. Ready to kill greedy corporations. Ready to free the world of all that is evil, and to leave behind only the youthful idealism encompassed by the tenets of rock and roll.

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Re: Question for Heston

Post by Marky Dread » 08 Jul 2016, 7:46am

Heston wrote:Buzzing to be asked to support Neville Staple this November!

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Double awesome mate. Again I'm made up for you have a great gig!!!!
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Re: Question for Heston

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Heston wrote:Buzzing to be asked to support Neville Staple this November!

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Wow! Congrats!
'But also: hey dude, you can just go looking for more glasses. They're all free now. '

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Re: Question for Heston

Post by 101Walterton » 08 Jul 2016, 4:30pm

Heston wrote:Buzzing to be asked to support Neville Staple this November!

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That is outstanding!! Congrats mate it will be fantastic.
I am pleased to see Neville is back on stage as I heard a while back he was very unwell and that was why he wasn't playing with The Specials. Perhaps he ws just gutted to hear that FB3 had been erased from his back catalogue.

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Re: Question for Heston

Post by Heston » 08 Jul 2016, 5:45pm

Cheers lads. I saw Neville and his band live about 3 years ago and they were excellent so really looking forward to it. If I get the chance I will ask him about Bernie Rhodes!
So what does Marconi playing the mamba mean? "Marconi" is referring to the radio itself. It plays a deadly snake. The snake - the mamba - is slithering from the speakers. Ready to kill greedy corporations. Ready to free the world of all that is evil, and to leave behind only the youthful idealism encompassed by the tenets of rock and roll.

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