England v SAN Marino

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England v SAN Marino

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5-0 very one sided, man of the match without doubt the San Marino keeper without him it would have been double figures
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Their keeper was amazing.

Expect him to join us in the summer.
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Gaz_Miller wrote: 26 Mar 2021, 12:14 Their keeper was amazing.

Expect him to join us in the summer.
I don’t know whether you heard in commentary but he is a part time professional, and is currently the back up keeper at a serie 3 side, that being the case he played well above his average.
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And he put in 90 minutes of hard work. How bizarre is that!
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It was only 5-0 (at least the same score that Posh will achieve against Accrington).
England had played San Marino six times before this game scoring a total of 37 to 1.
Nick Pope may as well have been in the stand watching the game.
San Marino really were out of their depth (coincidentally the same we'll be saying about Accrington tomorrow).
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tonyp wrote: 26 Mar 2021, 22:17 It was only 5-0 (at least the same score that Posh will achieve against Accrington).
England had played San Marino six times before this game scoring a total of 37 to 1.
Nick Pope may as well have been in the stand watching the game.
San Marino really were out of their depth (coincidentally the same we'll be saying about Accrington tomorrow).
:lol: :clap:
We did even better than England. And Accrington really were out of their depth!
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