Avoiding Injuries Is The Aim For England

It's unlikley Peru will provide a similar test to Uruguay simply because they are from the same confederation, but the most important thing for England is to avoid costly injuries...

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shagwa (Chelsea) says...

The risk of injury is insignificant compared to the chance of spawning something as awesome as the Peter Crouch robot celebration.

Posted 3:55pm 30th May 2014

bobsy (Liverpool) says...

chelseablue_no2 - still hoping for JT to return eh? even if we lost every defender in the squad i cannot see anyone looking for JT's number. he can carry on playing candy crushhhhhh

Posted 2:35pm 30th May 2014

chelseablue_no1 (Chelsea) says...

If we do, John Terry better have his phone switched off unless he wants to answer that SOS from Woy.

Posted 12:33pm 30th May 2014

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