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@DonnyNotts I agree mate, it's not until the tournaments that players or anyone else really seems to give a damn. I truly believe that if it was made more competitive, there would be more appeal to it. Too many games that seem unnecessary for teams to pick their best. Example, the game v Andorra last night. 

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i am not a fan of the league competition that was formed, i dont see the point in it and i think every tom dick or harry switching their nationality eligibility is ruining it. i mean those who actually play games for a nation before making a switch to either play for a stronger nation or in order to get more caps.

a decision should not be permanent. 

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I must admit, I am only interested in the actual group stages of tournaments. I used to watch every game regularly, but friendlies and qualifiers tend to consume too much of my time. I don't really enjoy watching most of the games either.

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@TheSkipper teams play their strongest teams in the nations league 😂 where as qualifiers teams give fringe players game time, example England v Andorra Saturday night. I believe Nations League is a way forward because it brings competition to teams rather than qualifiers v minnows aswell as allowing minnows to get games against equal opponents rather than getting thrashed all the time. 

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@Chris I like the qualifying games that seems more competitive. Like when England played Poland it was a more enjoyable game than the ones v Andorra and San Marino. I'll watch the qualifiers but I don't get too caught up in them like I would in the actual tournaments. 

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