Happy Wednesday, Spursland! Still no games, and if Edward F.'s reaction from the England game is any indication, there will be decidedly differing opinions on how yesterday went amongst the two geographic wings of our community. We are all very sorry England that you are stuck with Roy Hodgson.
And now the "news"
But is he ready to fight all the competition? I think we might have picked up Megan Rapinoe on deadline day.
Well, that's nice.
Nice to see some new people are coming to the party.
If I could suggest an option that is ambiguous, impossible to enforce but would probably be a non B - team having solution. Look we have enough talent in the youth ranks that even in our not the most wealthy but yes admittedly up there club has enough youngsters of note that I made a joke about orally pleasuring yourself at the mere thought of them. Editor's Note: In the succeeding sentences, theroosevelts attempted to make a point that Spain and Germany still manage to develop youth players without using B teams. However, those two nations (and France) use B teams quite heavily. Barcelona B could probably compete for mid-table in La Liga. Borussia Dortmund II is, by German FA Rules, not allowed to compete above the third tier of German football, but could probably be competitive in the 2. Bundesliga.