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England v Algeria – Waiting for the Hands of Green to let in the Goals

Green Point Stadium
Cape Town
South Africa
Friday, June 18, 2010

If England coach Fabio Capello selects the hapless Robert Green in goal, then there is very strong indication that the South African vuvuzelas will be silenced during the England v Algeria today.

The event organizers are already to play

Careless Hands

I let my heart fall into careless hands
Careless hands broke my heart in two
You held my dreams like worthless grains of sand
Careless hands don't care when dreams slip through
I brought you joy
And girl I loved you so
But all that sunshine didn't make the roses grow
If you don't change
Someday you'll know the sorrow of careless hands
That can't hold onto love

I let my heart fall into careless hands
Careless hands broke my heart in two
You held my dreams like worthless grains of sand
Careless hands don't care when dreams slip through
I brought you joy
And dear I loved you so
But all that sunshine didn't make the roses grow
If you don't change
Someday you'll know the sorrow of careless hands
That can't hold onto love
Careless hands that can't hold onto love
Talking 'bout those hands
That can't hold onto love
Talking 'bout those hands
That can't hold onto love

In keeping with the international flavor of the FIFA 2010 World Cup the song will be by the late great Frank Sinatra

We do not want to be too harsh on Robert Green but let us put the record straight as an International Goalkeeper he is a muppet!

Since his monumental blunder against USA when he spilled a tame Clint Dempsey shot which rolled into the back of the net

Fortunately in training since the USA game he is maintaining that level of performance and has spilled two shots at him kicked by England goalkeeper Coach Ray Clemence as they went through ball routines

We trust that Green will be overlooked and the glove man for England will be David James or Joe Hart

Music buffs have been scrambling to get a tune and words together for a new release of ‘God Save the Green’ based on some legendary Queen type riffs

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England Do Not Look Good Enough To Win the 2010 World Cup

http://www.cityjournalistdirectory.com/event/england_do_not_look_good_enough_to_win_the_2010_world_cup__7879/

Happened on June 17, 2010

Location: Africa: South Africa: Cape Town

Topics: News: Sport: Football

Listed on June 18, 2010 03:09:54 AM

Last updated on April 19, 2014 02:33:47 PM

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