Posted by sean on February 6, 2008 at 1:26 pm in England with No Comments

I’m off to Wembley tonight to watch England against Switzerland. Like new manager, Fabio Capello, it is my first trip to the new stadium. Unlike Mr. Capello, I will be travelling on a National Express coach. It leaves Bath just before 3pm and arrives back in the middle of the night (I’m off work tomorrow!).

Having not been to the home of football before, I do not know what to expect; besides overpriced hot dogs and chicken nuggets. I have no idea where I am sitting or what the view will be like. I still haven’t ruled out a late call up by Capello.

Finally, I am aware there is a minutes silence for the anniversary of the Munich tragedy. Many “friends” have promised to call my mobile during this silence, If you are planning on doing this, and then watching my embarrassment live on BBC1, forget it – my phone will be turned off and as silent as the fans within the ground (well, maybe not the Liverpool ones).

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