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Post subject:   PostPosted: Jun 30, 2013 - 08:59 PM
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::. IMO a Brazil team very agressive, I mean, sistematic fouls to avoid running after the pass-pass-pass game of the Spanish team. First goal was a total confussion, clearly sent Brazil to a high level of confidence that evne they never thought would have. Fueled on that, and a very inspired Fred, and another heroic save by brazilian defender (curly hair, suddendly I forgot his name), made a round tournament for the host team.

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Now.......I know that aravel said that is an older photo of himself.
But let me tell ya, to me he looks pretty hot.
 
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http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/groups/

Good so far.
 
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And no vuvzelas thank goodness...
 
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Commiserations to any Mexican supporters who have just seen their team cheated once more by the opportunism of opposing players willing to dive and take advantage of the second rate refereeing which has spoiled an otherwise excellent world cup.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98ILJLAxEVs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAVW9Hussao
 
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I have a difference of opinion with the Mexican Coach who brilliantly decided to pull his offensive attackers out of the game after scoring "1" goal very early in the second half. Gee whiz, what if by some strange chance Holland gets a rebound and is able to score the equalizer? Who the hell did he think was going to score for Mexico? Nobody. So they played the last few minutes the same way they played most of the second half, with their asses against the castle wall trying to stave off wave after wave of Holland attacks. It was no suprise to me that it ended badly for them.

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This just about sums up Americans' band-wagon interest in football...

http://www.tmz.com/2014/06/28/team-usa-soccer-belgium-boycott-belgian-waffles-waffle-house/

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::: damn it! I bet last sunday we still had tulips on Mexico ;D

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LUIZ FELIPE SCOLARI
"Who is responsible for this result? I am, itís me.
 
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jimboo wrote:
LUIZ FELIPE SCOLARI
"Who is responsible for this result? I am, itís me.


Yes he is.

He picks up Brazilian talentless players. He could have chosen Van Gohg, DalŪ, Picasso, but instead he took house painters.

Where's Kaka, Robinho, Alexander Pato, Ronaldinho, Ganso?

Those players, even in their early 30's could have put the art on the non-existent-anymore brazilian style: they're gone, and that Brazilian football will never come back as Scolari said that "14 or 12 of these players will be on Russia 2018's World Cup...

I see a black future then with rocky-sturdy with no creativy players like Oscar, Paulinho, and that guy 'Hulk'...sure, the Hulk it's the less interesting character over the Marvel Comics Universe, so this dude is his companion on the International Football. Brutal Force, and nothing more. Neymar is the talent guy, but he's 22. Not even him would kept Brazil for what they went through yesterday.

Germany was playing like if they were the Brazil of yore: passing the ball over the flat field without missing any shot to the goal. 10 times out of 7 went straight to score, amazing 70% on target, I mean...

For those like me who saw players like Dunga, Cafu, Rivaldo, Ronaldo, Ronaldihno, and above them --IMO-- Romario! this Brazil Team was the WORST ever, and the way they were deafeated made me feel sorry for that country fans, where football it's a religion.

I saw on the tv images kids crying with their dads trying to confort them...if I was on attend to that game, with my 9 year old kid, I would had taken him off the stadium after the 4-0...no need to watch that, or see my kid crying for that assholes attitude...

Yesterday, those who love football, saw History. The books in the next 100 years --if they exist then-- will talk about what we watched.

ARAVEL Cool

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Sometimes it comes down to who paid more to the Voodoo Witchdoctor! Shocked

There is no other logical explanation.

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