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Old 10-03-2011, 04:26 PM   #951 (permalink)
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Well they're missing Sanchez, so I fancy a draw. Argentina have so much talent but they don't play well as a team.

I always had a soft spot for Chile, they've always played entertaining and football and Marcelo Salas was one of my favourite players growing up.
Yep. It's true. And I don't think they're ready to play like Sabella wants. Maradona and Batista are completely different managers than Sabella but I don't know. Is in Argentina, you know? Maybe Messi can do some crazy stuff and that's a bye-bye for us.

I hope Eduardo Vargas can play like he used to do. Guy's awesome.

Actually, Salas is my idol. He's the owner of one of the most powerfull teams of my zone, 'Union Temuco'. Amazing forward, much much better than Zamorano. I have tons of respect for him.
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My first memory of Chile was at the World Cup in 1998, that tournament is probably my favourite as it was the first one that I watched in full and given that I watched most of it whilst I was in Spain it was generally a good time for me.

So yeah, I pretty much have some sort of a soft spot for most things relating to the World Cup in '98.
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My first memory of Chile was at the World Cup in 1998, that tournament is probably my favourite as it was the first one that I watched in full and given that I watched most of it whilst I was in Spain it was generally a good time for me.

So yeah, I pretty much have some sort of a soft spot for most things relating to the World Cup in '98.
We did a nice job in that World Cup. We've got Italy in our group (with Baggio and all the stars), but they couldn't beat us. The referee screwed us with a hand ball.

Cameroun did one hell of a job but we could beat them with an Amazing goal by Jose Luis Sierra.



And Austria was really hard. We ended up drawing at the end with goal by Salas

Finally, we lost to Brazil 3-1
Man, we've always ended up matching with Brazil in the World Cups.
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My first memory of Chile was at the World Cup in 1998, that tournament is probably my favourite as it was the first one that I watched in full and given that I watched most of it whilst I was in Spain it was generally a good time for me.

So yeah, I pretty much have some sort of a soft spot for most things relating to the World Cup in '98.
Exactly the same, I was too young to remember Euro 96, and the 1998 World Cup was my first big tournament and it really did feel mega, so many epic games and moments, no tournament has come close to entertaining me as much since, not even Barcelona's 09 and 11 CL runs. The only memories of football I have before then is Le Tournoi in 1997, which is where Roberto Carlos scored that incredible banana free kick (and SHEARER dominating the tournament). World Cup's really are special, shame the last two have been bad. I loved 02 because of Rivaldo and Ronaldo's comeback, my two favourite ever players.
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I remember hiding behind the chair during euro 96 while watching a certain penalty shootout.

WC 98 was awesome.
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Time for me to give this another viewing.
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Personally i'd like to see a front 3 of Young/Rooney/Welbeck on friday, three players who train together every day so know each other's game, but there isnt much cover in central midfield, will be good to see wilshere and cleverley in the england team when they get fit again
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98 also had one of my favourite goals ever - the Bergkamp one against Argentina.
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I remember watching Euro 96 with my Mum, we were both devastated with what happened with England and how they went out. World Cup 98 was indeed fantastic to watch and although I probably watched World Cup 94, World Cup 98 was the one I remembered watching first.

Seeing the England team really makes me miss Beckham, who was treated unfairly after he quit as England captain.
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98 also had one of my favourite goals ever - the Bergkamp one against Argentina.
It had one of mine too, Owen's against Argentina.

Argentina/England, Argentina/Holland and Brazil/Holland, and too a slightly lesser extent Italy/France and Croatia/Thuram are some of the most exciting games i've ever seen.
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