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    how comical - let it go, kick it out for a throw, but no, a corner. not impressed with the keeper at all. could end up losing this now.. very silly. only got themselves to blame, just play keep ball.
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    Be surprised if England win now, Keeper looks gone, players too. Spain on a high.
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    Rhian hits the post with his pen, next England player skies it.
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    ffs, cracking pen and he hits the post - how unlucky can you get, poor lad.
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    Brewster was so unlucky.

    The next English lad had a mare.
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    a southgate/
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    spain win and probably deserve it which is more than can be said for england. commentators mentioning that brewster was hardly mentioned during the game, not a surprise when no one ever attempted to play him in.. very poor and tactically inept england im afraid.
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    Why not just spell it Ryan?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fowi View Post
    Why not just spell it Ryan?
    Why not spell it Fowy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fowi View Post
    Why not just spell it Ryan?
    It's not prounouced like that.

    Rhian, as in Ree-Ann
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    It's a girl's name, parents ballsed it right up.

    The equivalent of naming Suarez Louise.
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    He's on the squad list for Sydney.

    https://scontent.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0...bd&oe=59C25CFA
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    Brewster has been named in the England squad for the Under 17 World Cup in India next month.
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    A hat trick today for Brewster, England through to the Under 17's World Cup Semi Final

    They will play either Germany or Brazil
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    Brewster # 9 had a hat trick against USA in the FIFA World Cup under 17 in India. He has excellent reaction time in front of the goal, something that makes a natural finisher. Happy for Liverpool to have him for the first team in the future. England now moves to semifinal against the winner of Brazil/Germany.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordJamieOfCarragher View Post
    A hat trick today for Brewster, England through to the Under 17's World Cup Semi Final

    They will play either Germany or Brazil
    over the moon for him,

    he's the brightest talent our Academy have forged in the last handful of seasons after Ben Woodburn,

    hopefully he won't take too long to break through around our first team surroundings,

    his eye for goal is absolutely something special,



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    He is our punky Brewster!!
    My girl's got the Klopp!!!
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    He could be our own Rashford
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    Oh nana what's my name
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    Quote Originally Posted by LivapewlDivas View Post
    He could be our own Rashford
    certainly much better,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Defo-skitso View Post
    Oh nana what's my name
    You've done that one before

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    oh nana whats my name
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    How good do people think he is in comparison to Woodburn? Not seen much of him
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    Mbappe like,,
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    Quote Originally Posted by LordJamieOfCarragher View Post
    You've done that one before
    He.he no need to quote twice though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rosso76 View Post
    certainly much better,
    It's a big step up if he's going to do it, a lot to learn and quick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LivapewlDivas View Post
    It's a big step up if he's going to do it, a lot to learn and quick.
    he's a different kettle of fish from Rashford, skills wise,

    Rhian smells more of the sheer goal finisher, talent that he possesses in much more abundance beside the mancunian, he's more a natural inside center forward,

    Rashford is potentially an inferior goal poacher and is deployed more frequently in his more suited position as left hand sided forward, could shape up more as an assist man

    than as a goal getter,

    actually it's obvious how beside Rhian the mancunian has already made big strides ahead being steadily involved in their first team affairs since a couple of seasons

    and being three years older than Rhian,

    but I think this comparison doesn't fit properly, two different kind of forwards indeed,

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    Quote Originally Posted by LFC-Simon-95 View Post
    How good do people think he is in comparison to Woodburn? Not seen much of him
    I think he has superior talent to Woodburn. And his Centre striker instincts are Mbappe like. Just watch that 2nd goal against USA,as his teammate won the ball in midfield and his reaction run for the pass and goal.

    He is special.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LFC-Simon-95 View Post
    How good do people think he is in comparison to Woodburn? Not seen much of him
    He's a little ways behind still. Tearing it up at youth level, not ready for senior football yet.

    Quote Originally Posted by LivapewlDivas View Post
    1st goal, 2nd goal and the pen for his hat-trick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs He..eghhhh View Post
    I think he has superior talent to Woodburn. And his Centre striker instincts are Mbappe like. Just watch that 2nd goal against USA,as his teammate won the ball in midfield and his reaction run for the pass and goal.

    He is special.
    totally different players/skill sets. both very talented players. i'll give you that they are both special, but both still have a long way to go.
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