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Three Lions on the Shirt - Restoring Pride to the England Football Team

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Excellent job in the Euros. Shame the real team isn't that good.

Indeed

Although I think even the real team might have got to the semis if they'd had that run! I only had to beat one good team!

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The England National Football team is in disarray. Another disastrous World Cup campaign in South Africa meant that there had now been no trophy for 46 years, something the FA are very keen to change. Even worse than that, England have not reached so much as a semi-final of a major tournament since Euro '96, 16 years ago, and have not done so away from English soil since Italia '90, 22 years ago. This needed to change, and fast.

Upon taking control of the team in July 2011, Group G of Qualifying for Euro 2012 looked like this

              Pld   W   D   L   F   A   GD   Pts
1 England       5    3   2   0  11   3   +8   11
2 Montenegro    5    3   2   0   4   1   +3   11
3 Switzerland   5    1   2   2   7   7    0    5
4 Bulgaria      5    1   2   2   2   6   -4    5
5 Wales         4    0   0   4   1   8   -7    0

The Welsh are predictably bad, but a major concern for England is that we only head the group on Goal Difference from Montenegro with three games to play, and we still need to travel to Podgorica in November, by which time I would like the group to be won, as we don't play on the final matchday. First up however, is a friendly against Egypt in Cairo, which will not by any means be an easy start!

Three Lions on the Shirt, which is one of the characteristics of England football shirt.

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