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post #2521 of 6098 (permalink) Old 10-16-2012, 05:56 PM
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Jonny FUCKING Evans Imperious tonight or so i heard anyway .

Nice one sweden, germany were 4-0 up . IBRA IBRA!!!!

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post #2522 of 6098 (permalink) Old 10-16-2012, 05:58 PM
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I definitely look forward to seeing how Brazil can cope on home turf. I will want Brazil to do well because they have Sandro (hopefully still captaining the side) in the midfield and in 2 years time he will be even better than he is now if he keeps improving. But I just WANT Argentina to win it (of course if England don't and no doubt they won't come anywhere near) just so the whole "Messi hasn't won a World Cup" can end, a player of his ability deserves the World Cup.

Saying that though, the World Cup in my eyes doesn't define a player like he has in the past, the Champions League is the pinnacle now for any mans career and it's overtaken the World Cup in that respect and Messi we know has won 3 of those now.
Lol, no it isn't. The unique nature of being a world cup winner makes it far more prestigious than the Champions League. I prefer the CL (my favourite footie competition by far) but let's not get entertainment and importance confused with one another.

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post #2523 of 6098 (permalink) Old 10-16-2012, 06:03 PM
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Yeah world cups rarely entertain or deliver like club competitions, last one i enjoyed was 98 or maybe 2002.

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98 was class. Couldn't get into 2002 because of the early start times. 2006 was decent. 2010 was average outside of Holland wiping the smile off the face of the persistently overhyped Brazil.

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holland beating brazil was nice

a friend of mine almost had a stroke because of it

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Dunga's Brazil were just horrible. I really hated them. But I do love this Brazil team now. Probably because BOSSCAR, Luiz, Ramires and GOATMAR. The Chelsea quartet
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Ramires and Oscar really do add alot to Brazil. Oscar is a boss playmaker with brazillian flair, Luiz is a classic brazillian entertainer, and ramires is an absolute workhorse in the midfield

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post #2528 of 6098 (permalink) Old 10-16-2012, 06:54 PM
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wtf happened to Germany ?!
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Kiz will need new pants when he sees Kompany's goal.

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Ramires and Oscar really do add alot to Brazil. Oscar is a boss playmaker with brazillian flair, Luiz is a classic brazillian entertainer, and ramires is an absolute workhorse in the midfield
I think you could argue that Oscar is quite the workhorse too. You really don't expect it from a Brazilian attacker, but that boy has a great defensive side to his game.
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Uefa match report on their website



missing anything UEFA? they say 'well supported home team'



they have since edited it out, and also the line about danny rose getting a red card

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