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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.

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The Journalist

Writer: Site Staff Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Wednesday July 1 2009

Time: 11:49AM

Your Comments

I guess you Gooners could cheer for Wallcott.
Sindbad
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
by the way, didn't we have more players in the U-21 starting XI than any other club?
TPowell
We had only Walcott and Gibbs. Any other clubs had more than 2 in the starting XI?
jaelle
Man City had 2 players: Richards and Onuoha.
Gun 'Em Down
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
 

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