is it ok to support another country's national team and wear their kit even if you have no connection to that country? while still supporting your home country of course.
>According to Spanish websiteTelecinco Ronaldo’s two lines were shaved insolidarity with a sick child. The story runs that Ronaldo has reportedly paid for the medical treatment of a young boy with cancer in Portugal.
>During his treatment the boy was reportedly left with two scars. Ronaldo thus shaved two lines in his head to support the lad.
so, it's this meme again
>Portugal will not win the Euro
Who do you still believe this?
Right my /welsh/ friends,
how do we prevent pic related from happening again?
Thank you Netherlands, I appreciate the support.
But I think for Wales, beating England would've been the best thing to happen for our country.
They'd make Cardiff the capital of the UK as a response.
>Leave Italy to us
1. You're a country
2. Which team are you supporting and why?
2. Two teams
> Hung Arya (muh heritage)
> Whoever is playing England (because FUCK England)
Yuropoors need not apply
why is the greatest olympian who ever lived so poor?
Is it coming home lads?
>have 10 teams
>always have to invite B teams
>pride themselves in being a great confederation
why not just permanently invite USA and Mexico to CONMEBOL, South American bros? I'm sure they can keep up with your mighty football. that way you have 12 teams, more publicity, more competition and more spots for WC.
also it would be hilarious to leave Canada in CONCACAF with the Central Americans all alone.
How do you pronounce his name?
>me, you, fuck fuck
Is he, dare I say it, a world class central midfielder?
No. All he does is what Dier should be doing, spreading the play and keeping the tempo. We lack a creative number 10 that can thread the ball, Wilshere can do this imo.
Rooney is good but him and Dier are doing the same job. Either ditch Dier or Rooney.
>A Northern Ireland supporter has died at the Stade de Lyon as he watched the team beat Ukraine at the Euro 2016 tournament in France.
>Early on Monday morning, 24-year-old Darren Rodgers, from Ballymena in County Antrim, died after a fall from a promenade in Nice.
Poles will be fighting for 1st place in their group and it's not obvious what will happen in GER - NIR game.
Will Ukraine be demotivated and lose by a wide margin, or will they try to prove themselves inb4 they got stoned to death in Khokholistan?
I predict Poland winning 5:1 and Milik getting a hat-trick.
The point is it's a 3rd world shithole with 3rd world mentality, AIDS and civil war and football was the only thing Ukrainians looked forward to this summer.