Fifa 12 DLC Euro 2012 – Euro 2012 Mode Part 1 – Ireland v Croatia February 27, 2013 admin Croatia Videos Croatia Soccer Movie Score: four / five
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alright i’m sorry ok yes not many people do playthroughs i’m just sayin ok qaulity can’t be helped commentary I guess that doesn’t matter
i think he is joking dont get annoyed over 1 comment
it doesn’t appeal to everyone but 3000 other people disagree with you. I hope you find someone who does a full playthrough out there because I can tell you now, not many do
bad qaulity , commentary and stopping the game to tell about how unreal the game makes the players
three strikes and you’re out!
You have never heard anybody talk about a race problem?
You have never heard the White race condemned?
You have never heard anybody insist on open borders?
You have never heard anybody say the Final Solution to racism is “mixing THE races”? When they mean only mixing races in predominantly White countries?
Anti-racist is a code word for anti-White.
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ireland are going to get hammered on sunday. =/
haha why are you commentating?
great choice to pick ireland
notice that when doyle got substituted by long things changed
in my opinion theirs a difference between were your from and were your decent is from as parents, grandparents etc. i do know what you meant by saying welbeck is from ghana though dont get me wrong, im just saying rooney and owen and welbeck are realistically all from england and they parents are from other countries
hammy leeds i completely agree with every single bit of information you said, people would not play for their birth country if they know they cant get international football there, its so sad to be honest, playing for nation shud be about pride and happy to represent where your were born and raised not to turn your back on your country so you can say you played international football by playing for another country which you are eligible to play for due to relation in family. its so sad
That’s what it’s all about, no pride in where they come from. Players that drift off to other countries because they aren’t good enough to get into the birth countries team are looking an easy way to play international football. Those that could get into their national squad but choose another country is blatant disrespectful and shows a lack of pride. Many people in north/south Ireland believe that Northern Ireland isn’t a country so they play for the republic and won’t sing god save the queen.
What suprises me is the lack of national pride if that is the case. If I was a footballer I could play for England Ireland or Australia, but England has been the country i have been brought up in and England has been the country I support. I couldn’t imagine ditching my national pride to play for a second nation, if NI players do that then shame on them….and they are cocks, lol
10:22 – SPOT ON
play shane long
I didn’t know about the Good Friday Agreement.
As far as the northern Ireland comment, The good Friday agreement means that people in Northern Ireland can hold both a British and Irish passport. Meaning that players from Northern Ireland can play for the republic but players from the republic can’t play for Northern Ireland. It’s a 1 way trap door that’s effecting Northern Ireland football. Yes they are crap but what chance do you have when all your players are getting took under your eyes and there’s nothing you can do to stop it.
thats all very well but it’s different when these players play for their birth country up to under 21 level. They take the finances of their birth country and take all the help from the coaches and staff that are helping them develop into a player that will be able to break into the full international team. When it comes to the stage where them become selected they fail to turn up and go and play for another country because of some far distant relation.
These are players with Irish heritage, and so they have a choice of whether to play for Ireland or their ‘other’ nationality. They choose Ireland because either they can’t get into their other team, or their other team is shite (i.e. Northern Ireland)
@Hammyleeds Michael Owen is Welsh, Danny Welbeck is from Ghana, Wayne Rooney is Irish (look at the head on him) etc.
@haighyorkie Bug? FFS EA, sort it out.
For everyone thinking haigh would do a qualification stages, you CANT do qualification rounds in this game. EA sports…
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