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Who would be in your British XI tomorrow night?

aaaaa1628310.jpgImagine we were one country. Men from Stoke could proudly walk through Paris wearing a tartan dress, the people of Wales would know what victory felt like, and England’s goalkeeping “crisis” (though that’s technically a bit of a strong word for poor Robbo) would be solved in a jiffy.
So if we were just one nation battling for qualification together, who would you pick in your starting eleven tomorrow night (injuries taken into account, so no Rooney or Healy I’m afraid). For our pick click onward…
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GK Gordon
LB A. Cole
CB Terry
CB McManus
RB Richards
LM J. Cole
CM Fletcher
CM Gerrard
RM Wright Phillips
ST Bellamy
ST Owen
What do you think? Have we got this one completely wrong? Let us know with your furious comments…

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By Ollie Irish on September 11th, 2007 in Miscellaneous. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Responses are currently closed, but you can trackback from your own site.
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24 Responses to “Who would be in your British XI tomorrow night?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    McManus is shite

  2. UG says:

    You couldn’t play Bale until Jol starts playing him regularly. Agree he’s a class talent, but he’s not up to the job yet…

  3. Pajo says:

    fletcher??
    are you serious

  4. Manc says:

    It’s Fletcher or Gareth Barry Pajo!

  5. Louwrens says:

    surely not fletcher?? is hargreaves injured again?

  6. Joe says:

    Gordon
    Bale
    Terry
    Ferdinand
    Richards
    Davies
    Gerrard
    Ferguson
    Brunt
    Bellamy
    Healy
    An English defence with none of England’s attacking mishaps, should work like a charm.

  7. Joe says:

    Gordon
    Cole
    Terry
    Ferdinand
    Richards
    Davies
    Gerrard
    Ferguson
    Bale
    Bellamy
    Healy
    An English defence with none of England’s attacking mishaps, should work like a charm.

  8. peter says:

    But not Bellamy please… anyone but him.
    Also Cashly Cole has ceased to impress at LB so Bale may be a better bet.

  9. Andrew II says:

    The England team + Craig Gordon.

  10. Fozzie says:

    Gordon
    Bale
    Terry
    Dunne
    Richards
    Cole
    Barry
    Gerrard
    Wright Phillips
    Keane
    Owen

  11. Dean says:

    I’d just be happy to replace Robinson with Gordon!

  12. Alessandro says:

    GK Gordon
    LB Bale
    CB Terry (c)
    CB Dunne
    RB Richards
    LM J. Cole
    CM Ferguson
    CM Gerrard
    RM Wright Phillips
    ST Owen
    ST Healy

  13. Collie says:

    ehhhh fozzie hate to tell you but neither dunne or keane are british

  14. Pat says:

    I wouldn’t have Fletcher near any team. Ever.

  15. Todd says:

    Excuse me but isn’t Bale playing for Wales?

  16. Anonymous says:

    God knows what the hell you’re smoking if you’re not picking Ferdinand. Best defender in britain by a country mile.

  17. Anonymous says:

    McManus’s out, I put Ferdinand in his place. Lampard won’t play this game right? So I preffer Barry or Ferguson.

  18. Col says:

    Ferguson is rubbish.

  19. Joe says:

    He’s better than Lampard. Although I think Steven Davis would do well in this team too.

  20. Col says:

    In a england shirt though i think i’d be better than Lampard. Davis is a good shout though

  21. choy says:

    gk:gordon
    rb:richards
    lb:cole
    cb:terry
    cb:ferdinand
    rm:wright-phillips
    lm:bale
    cm:davis
    cm:ferguson
    st:owen
    st:healy

  22. rocky says:

    How has Scott Brown not got a mention? He’s miles better than ferguson or davis.

  23. nicko says:

    lets be fair Gordon is the only player who would step into the team who isnt english… the rest are simply not good enough to displace the first team england squad.