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Vital England Has Landed

Vital Football have now launched Vital England: http://www.england.vitalfootball.co.uk.

Wales, Ireland (Republic/Northern) and Scotland will follow.

As with all Vital Club Sites membership participation is always welcomed, so if anyone has anything to share just use the article suggestion link (on Vital England) as we will value the submissions from you fine folks!

The rules on Vital England are pretty much the same as other Vital Sites 'there are no rules', so long as you are not being racist, homophobic, liable or slanderous and treating people with respect, the sort of respect you would like, we have no issues.

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If you are already a member of this network you do not need to create another account, simply use you existing one for whatever club it is set-up on - if new to Vital Football, putting aside the 'where have you been thoughts', you can either create your account with England or create it with the club you support, it is your call!

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Writer:Site Staff
Date:Wednesday July 1 2009
Time: 11:49AM

Comments

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I guess you Gooners could cheer for Wallcott.
Sindbad
01/07/2009 12:28:00
0
If the sole purpose of supporting a national team is to cheer for your club team players ..... then why not just watch your club team?
Rocky7
01/07/2009 12:45:00
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by the way, didn't we have more players in the U-21 starting XI than any other club?
TPowell
01/07/2009 15:03:00
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We had only Walcott and Gibbs. Any other clubs had more than 2 in the starting XI?
jaelle
01/07/2009 15:23:00
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Man City had 2 players: Richards and Onuoha.
Gun 'Em Down
01/07/2009 18:48:00
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Will be interesting to see the make-up for fans who post comments on Vital England. Will it be mostly fans of low league clubs?!
hackneyval
02/07/2009 13:04:00
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