Posts Tagged "Andorra"

Match Of The Midweek: England 6-0 Andorra

By on Jun 10, 2009 in International Football, Latest | 1 comment

…And breathe. That’s your lot. It’s the second week of June, and it’s finally, finally the end of the 2008/09 football season in England. This being England, of course, the nagging doubt that one of these days they will get turned over by a team like Andorra, a team of butchers, bakers and candlestick makers with not much greater ambition...

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Going Underground

By on Jun 10, 2009 in International Football, Latest | 0 comments

The London Underground strike may be about to cause one or two problems for the England team this evening for their match against Andorra. The kick-off time has already been put back to 8.15, and people that have bought tickets have already been advised that they will be able to claim refunds if they are not able to trek across to north London this evening in order...

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Match Of The Week: Andorra 0-2 England

By on Sep 7, 2008 in Latest | 3 comments

Meet the new boss, same as the old boss? It’s reassuring, in a way, actually. The new season has started, and England are being terrible. Last night in Barcelona, England toiled and struggled and huffed and puffed their way to a tortuously laboured win against a country with a population of less than half the size of Brighton. What was probably the most...

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Andorra And Out

By on Sep 4, 2006 in Latest | 1 comment

To those of you that say that there are no competitive matches at international level anymore… God. Although it was a terrible performance from Andorra, I suppose you could argue that it was a decent enough performance from England. They looked a bit more balanced, and had a bit more shape in midfield. Defoe looked sharp. Robinson (indeed, Brown and Ferdinand...

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