Fenerit wrote:The forum's downfalls have permits a long and more radical meditation about such score, like you was able to see a tad later... And surely the penalty was a bit robbed... Once returned, the team will be welcomed at the sound of the buh-buh zelas.
chris wrote:I think the South Americans on the forum should be gloating here... Uruguay, Paraguay, Brazil, Argentina, and Chile are all in the Round of 16.
t00fri wrote:Someone told me that Germany will win against England on Sunday. Is this correct?
Fenerit wrote:Terrier, just to meet an incipient nightmare, mind that the England's coach is an italian...
TERRIER wrote:t00fri wrote:Someone told me that Germany will win against England on Sunday. Is this correct?
You must have been speaking to Franz Beckenbauer http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/football/world_cup_2010/8757944.stm
While the South Americans have all played well,
it's been a different story for the dissapointing European teams. Of the 13 that qualified I think that only the Dutch have played consistently well, and 7 have been ko'd at the group stages. Due to the match-ups in the Rd of 16, only 3 will make it through to the QF's.
t00fri wrote:You can't mean that Brazil or Chile played well today ...
t00fri wrote:Consistent well playing is of NO importance, really. In the past, the winning teams (including Germany) rarely did.
t00fri wrote:So far, Germany won 5 goals and took only 1 in 3 games played. It's not THAT bad...
Reiko wrote:Germany will prevail.
TERRIER wrote:... calling for the head of Capello ...
TERRIER wrote:t00fri wrote:Consistent well playing is of NO importance, really. In the past, the winning teams (including Germany) rarely did.
True, Italy usually prove this rule
TERRIER wrote:Reiko wrote:Germany will prevail.
Now that would be a World Cup Upset!
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