International Breaks

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  1. Con

    Conan Troutman Well-Known Member

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    There's another of the buggers on 11th/12th November.

    Bloody sick of it. International football is killing football.
     
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    clearly not helping the England team, just disrupting the, supposedly second best league in the world, or maybe just a ploy to give the wimps/luvvies of the premier league a rest every few weeks.
     
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    The majority of the wimps and luvvies are internationals any way so font really have a break and the is also the travel to take into consideration.
     
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    GloucesterRedsBigBro Well-Known Member

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    not be travelling on a coach all the way
     
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    Couldn't agree more.......















    .... again! :eek:
     
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    I agree with you , it might be an idea to play early league cup rounds on these dates as most sides from the top two divisions play weakened teams in the competition so call ups should not effect team selection
     
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    To South America for example?
    Doubt it.
     
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    Might be wrong but isn't it there for the play offs to take place
     
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    Young Nudger Well-Known Member

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    Are you foooking joking !!!

    International breaks .......... are an absolute Godsend for Hecky !!!
    Jeeeez - dont you realise this?
    Under the circumstances of not getting a SQUAD of players together until the season had been running for weeks FFS.

    In a 100m sprint - this seasons circumstances has left Barnsley starting 10m behind the rest and facing in the opposite direction on the starting blocks !!!

    We have a hell of a lot of catching up to do to get anywhere near the organisation levels of other teams in the Championship - to the degree that if Barnsley do stay up this season it will be a massive achievement.

    I bet Hecky wishes there were international breaks every 3 weeks - that's up until he is satisfied that all players are up to speed.
     
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    It's rubbish. Football is mostly rubbish today, it's only my deep seated devotion to my team that keeps me watching any of it. If Barnsley aren't involved I quickly lose interest.
     
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