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England Run Out Words To Describe Ghana

by | 30th, March 2011

ENGLAND drew 1-1 with Ghana. It was a game that ebbed and flowed like John Terry’s loyalty sacks. Fabio Capello, the England boss who says he needs only 100 words to speak with his team (and that includes 93 words for ”mama mia!”) was heard uttering the words: “Six million spondulics a year for this! Ha-ha-ha.”

But if you want to know about the power of words, look to the journalists. So. Let’s take a look at their views on England’s Leighton Baines.

Oliver Holt (Daily Mirror) she he was “superb“. Paul Hayward (Guardian) says he “earned high marks“.  Sachin Nakrani (Guardian) calls him a loser. And under the headline “Not too Leight for wannabes“, the Sun gives the Everton defender five out of ten.

Such are the facts, readers, from your expert hacks.

You can have a go at finding words for these photos:

Posted: 30th, March 2011 | In: Sports Comment | TrackBack | Permalink