28 Jun 2010

And Then It Was 4–1….

That was sad, but not unexpected really. The disallowed goal; what difference did it make? If it had been allowed they may have had the heart to run a tad harder, but as it was not given they SHOULD have run harder. A 'team' huddle should have resulted in – sod that, we can show ‘em, let’s have at it. Let’s nail ‘em! We need two, we’ll go for three. We’re playing for our country!!

Sadly, but true to form, you could see it – eleven little boys went into a sulk, “it’s not FAIR. I want to go home now.”

And did you catch the after it was all over comment from one of our multi-millionaire players who implied the German team were better prepared ‘couse they were in a better hotel? Does that make you want to rotate or wot?

I’ve seen bigger heart in a ten-day old lettuce in my keep stuff cool box looking fridge thing. The quote below says it all I guess…..

Quote; Kin Hubbard.

“There is no failure except in no longer trying. There is no defeat except from within, no really insurmountable barrier save our own inherent weakness of purpose.”

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