Tea Biscuits: England vs. Ghana

Will England get jammed up?

England starts with Andy Carroll up top (what an ideal target striker in my book) and he’s book ended in a 4-4-2 by Stuart Downing, finally starting to realize his potential, and Ashley Young.

The middle band is Wilshere, Barry, Milner followed by a backline of Johnson, Jagielka, Cahill and Baines. Joe Hart keeps the wicket.

GeorgeCross this post is for you if you’re floating around on TSG today.

God save the Queen, because Ghana brought some heavies:

G: Kingson;

DEF: Pantsil, Addy, Vorsah, John Mensah,

CDM: Annan, Agyemang-Badu,

FRONT 4: Adiyiah, Gyan, Muntari, Asamoah

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3 responses to this post.

  1. Going with GER-AUS here.

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    • Quick addendum: Honduras has gotten crushed in its two Asian friendlies 7-0. A sign of things to come or just travel issues? Andy Najar cannot play too soon for their team.

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  2. Posted by T-Muck on 2011/03/29 at 12:21 PM

    Ghana brought the heavies but the England is playing with an extra player (4-4-3!!!). How do we get this deal? Or is this another one of those “we invented the sport” snobby things that England does? Can you imagine what The Sweatpants would do with an extra player?!?!?!?!?!? Can we say Super Clog? How about a Bradley, Edu, Jones, Clark 4-6-1 kind of Super Clog? HA!! Let’s see you dance your way through that Messi!!!!!

    *Note to TSG: I love your guy’s site, and I’m not taking a shot at you guys for making a typo. Not trying to play editor, actually I are engineer I writed english goodest. It was just too funny to let pass.

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