The 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification


#1749

We should have had a second before we threw it away.


#1750

we did it \o/ we’re awesome! best of luck in Russia 2018 bro!


#1751

I wish!!!


#1752

#1753

Australia 0-0 Honduras at Half Time.


#1754

A goal! I honestly thought this game would go on forever.


#1755

damn 3-0 to the Socceroos, this is all but over, you’re doing it @Aussiegooner !


#1756

Commentator: “If the Ballon D’Or was decided only on headers, I think Tim Cahill would be miles ahead of Ronaldo & Messi every year.” :rofl:


#1757

Well-done my aussie mate :wink:


#1758

Yeah we were all over them in the 2nd half, was a very average tie until then lol. We still can’t score in open play however :rofl:.
No complaints though, qualifying for 4 consecutive world cups is a great achievement for us.


#1759

Thanks mate, I feel kind of guilty, we are going to Russia with our squad whilst you blokes sit at home with a squad far superior.


#1760

Football is a funny old game. It can happen.


#1761

Don’t worry the Moroccan women will be there. If you love dark eyes, dark hair and tanned skin that is :pray:t3::pray:t3:


#1762

Fuck Sweden tbh

First they knock out Italy from the World cup, then they disrespect them and the whole food loving world like this?


#1763

Italy should just declare war on them now for that act of pure treachery


#1764

Id take Swedish meatballs over Italian ones any day of the week.


#1765

:rofl: Yeah, I’m glad England will be there though, defending the art of fine cuisine!


#1766

To be fair, English food is actually really good and there’s a shit ton of ridiculously good restaurants in England (not just London).


#1767

English or in England… If the latter then you can say so about a lot of places around the world even if the local food isn’t exceptionally famous.


#1769

Nah English food is really good in general. It’s just very hearty.

Few things beat a proper good Sunday roast. Toad in the Hole is amazing too, as is Bubble and Squeak and a whole host of other English foods.

It’s just a weird hangover from the post-war period when the UK was still blighted by rationing and an economy that didn’t lend itself to eating out much.