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PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 6:05 pm 
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An African team has never beaten England. However, we haven't played England many times and the few times an African team has played England was at emblem stadium. The match ended at a stalemate or lost. I'd like to see England face one of these African nations at our home ground. Afterwards, we can make a fair conclusion


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folem wrote:
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An African team has never beaten England because despite all the noise we make here they are a pretty decent and consistent team. If they were in Africa they would have won the AFCON 10 times.


No argument from me on that one. England effortlessly took Egypt apart 3-1 in Wembley just after Egypt had laid waste to Africa to win their 7th AFCON, crushing Cameroon, Nigeria and CIV on the way there.

The African game is fundamentally weak, or weak on fundamentals. That has gotta change, or we just have to be content with 1st and 2nd round exits at the WC.

What rounds do England make their exit at WC?

England although mediocre at major tournaments have on average done just as good as Africa's best (quarterfinals/round of 16) but have done it more often and even reached the Semifinals after beating Cameroon in 90,I know there's hope for Africa if we can get it together as England are not as good as they believe they are but seem to punch above their weight more often than African teams!

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Eaglezbeak wrote:
Odas wrote:
As always, what the thread poster (starter) said or wanted is different from what many people answered or provided in response. I see why people FAIL exams. Even after being given "proper" instructions, people still went "out of point" in their answers :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

The question was wrong from the very start "England or the Uk" no clear specification was made for a clear answer as there is no uk football team (GB Olympic team would be precise),so the question should had been on African teams beating England or/and any other Uk national team,you see no exam board in an organised part of the world would put out such a question as the answers would vary way too much right or wrong!

Are you sure that there has never been a UK team?

It's OK to misunderstand a question.
Are you the type that argued with examiners when you failed their questions?

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 10, 2017 6:21 pm 
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Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Odas wrote:
As always, what the thread poster (starter) said or wanted is different from what many people answered or provided in response. I see why people FAIL exams. Even after being given "proper" instructions, people still went "out of point" in their answers :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

The question was wrong from the very start "England or the Uk" no clear specification was made for a clear answer as there is no uk football team (GB Olympic team would be precise),so the question should had been on African teams beating England or/and any other Uk national team,you see no exam board in an organised part of the world would put out such a question as the answers would vary way too much right or wrong!

Are you sure that there has never been a UK team?
It's OK to misunderstand a question.
Are you the type that argued with examiners when you failed their questions?

For someone that comes across a self proclaimed professor you are not sure if there was ever a Uk team, ok.I never have problems when making mistakes that's how we (I) grow but a lot of us (Africans) are too proud to be seen as normal mortals (especially between ourselves as most believe anything outside of their own),there was never an official UK nation team (you failed to question that live with it) and that's why the title was wrong!

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Eaglezbeak wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Odas wrote:
As always, what the thread poster (starter) said or wanted is different from what many people answered or provided in response. I see why people FAIL exams. Even after being given "proper" instructions, people still went "out of point" in their answers :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

The question was wrong from the very start "England or the Uk" no clear specification was made for a clear answer as there is no uk football team (GB Olympic team would be precise),so the question should had been on African teams beating England or/and any other Uk national team,you see no exam board in an organised part of the world would put out such a question as the answers would vary way too much right or wrong!

Are you sure that there has never been a UK team?
It's OK to misunderstand a question.
Are you the type that argued with examiners when you failed their questions?

For someone that comes across a self proclaimed professor you are not sure if there was ever a Uk team, ok.I never have problems when making mistakes that's how we (I) grow but a lot of us (Africans) are too proud to be seen as normal mortals (especially between ourselves as most believe anything outside of their own),there was never an official UK nation team (you failed to question that live with it) and that's why the title was wrong!

Where did you get that idea from?
I know for a fact that there was a UK team!
But keep digging... :)

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Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Odas wrote:
As always, what the thread poster (starter) said or wanted is different from what many people answered or provided in response. I see why people FAIL exams. Even after being given "proper" instructions, people still went "out of point" in their answers :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

The question was wrong from the very start "England or the Uk" no clear specification was made for a clear answer as there is no uk football team (GB Olympic team would be precise),so the question should had been on African teams beating England or/and any other Uk national team,you see no exam board in an organised part of the world would put out such a question as the answers would vary way too much right or wrong!

Are you sure that there has never been a UK team?
It's OK to misunderstand a question.
Are you the type that argued with examiners when you failed their questions?

For someone that comes across a self proclaimed professor you are not sure if there was ever a Uk team, ok.I never have problems when making mistakes that's how we (I) grow but a lot of us (Africans) are too proud to be seen as normal mortals (especially between ourselves as most believe anything outside of their own),there was never an official UK nation team (you failed to question that live with it) and that's why the title was wrong!

Where did you get that idea from?
I know for a fact that there was a UK team!
But keep digging... :)

It was never an official (see above in bold) team 3 exhibitions as UK (like Catalonia and Basq country games) it couldn't play in any FIfa competitions and has never played an African nation even team GB only recently featured in the London Olympics as hosts and way back before the British home nations joined FIFA they stopped entering GB teams for the Summer Olympics in 1972,the first ever international national football match was played between England and Scotland and no British team out of England,Scotland, Ireland (note they where separate from the very beginning) and Wales wanted to join FIFA originally!
Distinguish the difference between Uk and GB Olympic teams and understand non of these two teams could ever play in a World Cup or continental competition.

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Eaglezbeak wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Odas wrote:
As always, what the thread poster (starter) said or wanted is different from what many people answered or provided in response. I see why people FAIL exams. Even after being given "proper" instructions, people still went "out of point" in their answers :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

The question was wrong from the very start "England or the Uk" no clear specification was made for a clear answer as there is no uk football team (GB Olympic team would be precise),so the question should had been on African teams beating England or/and any other Uk national team,you see no exam board in an organised part of the world would put out such a question as the answers would vary way too much right or wrong!

Are you sure that there has never been a UK team?
It's OK to misunderstand a question.
Are you the type that argued with examiners when you failed their questions?

For someone that comes across a self proclaimed professor you are not sure if there was ever a Uk team, ok.I never have problems when making mistakes that's how we (I) grow but a lot of us (Africans) are too proud to be seen as normal mortals (especially between ourselves as most believe anything outside of their own),there was never an official UK nation team (you failed to question that live with it) and that's why the title was wrong!

Where did you get that idea from?
I know for a fact that there was a UK team!
But keep digging... :)

It was never an official (see above in bold) team 3 exhibitions as UK (like Catalonia and Basq country games) it couldn't play in any FIfa competitions and has never played an African nation even team GB only recently featured in the London Olympics as hosts and way back before the British home nations joined FIFA they stopped entering GB teams for the Summer Olympics in 1972,the first ever international national football match was played between England and Scotland and no British team out of England,Scotland, Ireland (note they where separate from the very beginning) and Wales wanted to join FIFA originally!
Distinguish the difference between Uk and GB Olympic teams and understand non of these two teams could ever play in a World Cup or continental competition.


Everybody knows that UK and GB members cannot compete in the Olympics separately.
We also know their IFAB arrangement and FIFA situation.
It also does not take Einstein to realize the UK & GB members hesitate to field teams for the Olympics because they fear losing their current arrangement with IFAB and FIFA.

The question was very simple and clear.

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Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Odas wrote:
As always, what the thread poster (starter) said or wanted is different from what many people answered or provided in response. I see why people FAIL exams. Even after being given "proper" instructions, people still went "out of point" in their answers :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

The question was wrong from the very start "England or the Uk" no clear specification was made for a clear answer as there is no uk football team (GB Olympic team would be precise),so the question should had been on African teams beating England or/and any other Uk national team,you see no exam board in an organised part of the world would put out such a question as the answers would vary way too much right or wrong!

Are you sure that there has never been a UK team?
It's OK to misunderstand a question.
Are you the type that argued with examiners when you failed their questions?

For someone that comes across a self proclaimed professor you are not sure if there was ever a Uk team, ok.I never have problems when making mistakes that's how we (I) grow but a lot of us (Africans) are too proud to be seen as normal mortals (especially between ourselves as most believe anything outside of their own),there was never an official UK nation team (you failed to question that live with it) and that's why the title was wrong!

Where did you get that idea from?
I know for a fact that there was a UK team!
But keep digging... :)

It was never an official (see above in bold) team 3 exhibitions as UK (like Catalonia and Basq country games) it couldn't play in any FIfa competitions and has never played an African nation even team GB only recently featured in the London Olympics as hosts and way back before the British home nations joined FIFA they stopped entering GB teams for the Summer Olympics in 1972,the first ever international national football match was played between England and Scotland and no British team out of England,Scotland, Ireland (note they where separate from the very beginning) and Wales wanted to join FIFA originally!
Distinguish the difference between Uk and GB Olympic teams and understand non of these two teams could ever play in a World Cup or continental competition.


Everybody knows that UK and GB members cannot compete in the Olympics separately.
We also know their IFAB arrangement and FIFA situation.
It also does not take Einstein to realize the UK & GB members hesitate to field teams for the Olympics because they fear losing their current arrangement with IFAB and FIFA.

The question was very simple and clear.

Again go back to the title,I wasn't asking you if or what you knew I was answering what I was asked : There was no way a team called the UK has played an African team accept this and move on pride goes before a fall!

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Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Odas wrote:
As always, what the thread poster (starter) said or wanted is different from what many people answered or provided in response. I see why people FAIL exams. Even after being given "proper" instructions, people still went "out of point" in their answers :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

The question was wrong from the very start "England or the Uk" no clear specification was made for a clear answer as there is no uk football team (GB Olympic team would be precise),so the question should had been on African teams beating England or/and any other Uk national team,you see no exam board in an organised part of the world would put out such a question as the answers would vary way too much right or wrong!

Are you sure that there has never been a UK team?
It's OK to misunderstand a question.
Are you the type that argued with examiners when you failed their questions?

For someone that comes across a self proclaimed professor you are not sure if there was ever a Uk team, ok.I never have problems when making mistakes that's how we (I) grow but a lot of us (Africans) are too proud to be seen as normal mortals (especially between ourselves as most believe anything outside of their own),there was never an official UK nation team (you failed to question that live with it) and that's why the title was wrong!

Where did you get that idea from?
I know for a fact that there was a UK team!
But keep digging... :)

It was never an official (see above in bold) team 3 exhibitions as UK (like Catalonia and Basq country games) it couldn't play in any FIfa competitions and has never played an African nation even team GB only recently featured in the London Olympics as hosts and way back before the British home nations joined FIFA they stopped entering GB teams for the Summer Olympics in 1972,the first ever international national football match was played between England and Scotland and no British team out of England,Scotland, Ireland (note they where separate from the very beginning) and Wales wanted to join FIFA originally!
Distinguish the difference between Uk and GB Olympic teams and understand non of these two teams could ever play in a World Cup or continental competition.


Everybody knows that UK and GB members cannot compete in the Olympics separately.
We also know their IFAB arrangement and FIFA situation.
It also does not take Einstein to realize the UK & GB members hesitate to field teams for the Olympics because they fear losing their current arrangement with IFAB and FIFA.

The question was very simple and clear.


https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_B ... tball_team


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On 26th of September, 1956, The United Kingdom Olympic team lost to a barefoot African team by 2 goals to 1.

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folem wrote:
Scipio Africanus wrote:
airwolex wrote:
An African team has never beaten England because despite all the noise we make here they are a pretty decent and consistent team. If they were in Africa they would have won the AFCON 10 times.


No argument from me on that one. England effortlessly took Egypt apart 3-1 in Wembley just after Egypt had laid waste to Africa to win their 7th AFCON, crushing Cameroon, Nigeria and CIV on the way there.

The African game is fundamentally weak, or weak on fundamentals. That has gotta change, or we just have to be content with 1st and 2nd round exits at the WC.

What rounds do England make their exit at WC?


Are you seriously going to compare England's WC record to Africa's? :lol: :lol: :lol:

England alone has more WC wins than all African countries combined.

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Eaglezbeak wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
The question was wrong from the very start "England or the Uk" no clear specification was made for a clear answer as there is no uk football team (GB Olympic team would be precise),so the question should had been on African teams beating England or/and any other Uk national team,you see no exam board in an organised part of the world would put out such a question as the answers would vary way too much right or wrong!

Are you sure that there has never been a UK team?
It's OK to misunderstand a question.
Are you the type that argued with examiners when you failed their questions?

For someone that comes across a self proclaimed professor you are not sure if there was ever a Uk team, ok.I never have problems when making mistakes that's how we (I) grow but a lot of us (Africans) are too proud to be seen as normal mortals (especially between ourselves as most believe anything outside of their own),there was never an official UK nation team (you failed to question that live with it) and that's why the title was wrong!

Where did you get that idea from?
I know for a fact that there was a UK team!
But keep digging... :)

It was never an official (see above in bold) team 3 exhibitions as UK (like Catalonia and Basq country games) it couldn't play in any FIfa competitions and has never played an African nation even team GB only recently featured in the London Olympics as hosts and way back before the British home nations joined FIFA they stopped entering GB teams for the Summer Olympics in 1972,the first ever international national football match was played between England and Scotland and no British team out of England,Scotland, Ireland (note they where separate from the very beginning) and Wales wanted to join FIFA originally!
Distinguish the difference between Uk and GB Olympic teams and understand non of these two teams could ever play in a World Cup or continental competition.


Everybody knows that UK and GB members cannot compete in the Olympics separately.
We also know their IFAB arrangement and FIFA situation.
It also does not take Einstein to realize the UK & GB members hesitate to field teams for the Olympics because they fear losing their current arrangement with IFAB and FIFA.

The question was very simple and clear.

Again go back to the title,I wasn't asking you if or what you knew I was answering what I was asked : There was no way a team called the UK has played an African team accept this and move on pride goes before a fall!

:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: You're something else.

The UK Olympic team played an African team
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:rotf: Kabalega, Only in Uganda are such results deemed official the amateur FA in the Uk couldn't even find such a result in its scrap book,the rsssf is excellent for digging out forgotten miscellaneous results but that's a great find,Kabalega!

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:rotf: Kabalega, Only in Uganda are such results deemed official the amateur FA in the Uk couldn't even find such a result in its scrap book,the rsssf is excellent for digging out forgotten miscellaneous results but that's a great find,Kabalega!


26 September 1956 - Great Britain 1 Uganda 2 [1-0], Lynn Road, Ilford

The barefooted African tourists caused a huge shock by defeating the England amateur team on their own patch. England took the lead in the first minute, but they were afraid to tackle their opponents on a dry pitch, ideally suited to the Ugandans, who would be affiliated to FIFA, three years later.
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Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
:rotf: Kabalega, Only in Uganda are such results deemed official the amateur FA in the Uk couldn't even find such a result in its scrap book,the rsssf is excellent for digging out forgotten miscellaneous results but that's a great find,Kabalega!


26 September 1956 - Great Britain 1 Uganda 2 [1-0], Lynn Road, Ilford

The barefooted African tourists caused a huge shock by defeating the England amateur team on their own patch. England took the lead in the first minute, but they were afraid to tackle their opponents on a dry pitch, ideally suited to the Ugandans, who would be affiliated to FIFA, three years later.
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Which is it Great Britain or England?

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"They are naive"

Those words used to get me really wound up but after watching numerous African teams fail in the world stage maybe those words ring true.

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Chimurenga Rebel wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
:rotf: Kabalega, Only in Uganda are such results deemed official the amateur FA in the Uk couldn't even find such a result in its scrap book,the rsssf is excellent for digging out forgotten miscellaneous results but that's a great find,Kabalega!


26 September 1956 - Great Britain 1 Uganda 2 [1-0], Lynn Road, Ilford

The barefooted African tourists caused a huge shock by defeating the England amateur team on their own patch. England took the lead in the first minute, but they were afraid to tackle their opponents on a dry pitch, ideally suited to the Ugandans, who would be affiliated to FIFA, three years later.
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Fiction

Which is it Great Britain or England?

Word is that it was England, but in the dying minutes the coach brought in a Northern Irishman to save England's blushes.

Kai, Zimbabwe didn't even exist then...

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Kabalega wrote:
Chimurenga Rebel wrote:
Kabalega wrote:
Eaglezbeak wrote:
:rotf: Kabalega, Only in Uganda are such results deemed official the amateur FA in the Uk couldn't even find such a result in its scrap book,the rsssf is excellent for digging out forgotten miscellaneous results but that's a great find,Kabalega!


26 September 1956 - Great Britain 1 Uganda 2 [1-0], Lynn Road, Ilford

The barefooted African tourists caused a huge shock by defeating the England amateur team on their own patch. England took the lead in the first minute, but they were afraid to tackle their opponents on a dry pitch, ideally suited to the Ugandans, who would be affiliated to FIFA, three years later.
:thumbs: :thumbs:
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Fiction

Which is it Great Britain or England?

Word is that it was England, but in the dying minutes the coach brought in a Northern Irishman to save England's blushes.

Kai, Zimbabwe didn't even exist then...

:rotf: See how the English protect their name!

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