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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    What else could there possibly be to watch...
    That's terrible... I only watch volleyball because its a masterful game.

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    Good luck to the German and Australian teams for tonight but I of course hope for a draw or an Aussie win
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    Quote Originally Posted by TickTock View Post
    That's terrible... I only watch volleyball because its a masterful game.
    Terrible, indeed...I only watch tennis for the tiny yellow ball going back and forth really, really fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky is BLUE! View Post
    Terrible, indeed...I only watch tennis for the tiny yellow ball going back and forth really, really fast.
    That is a whole little fuzzy ball of emotion flying over that net. I only realised there was a ball when Kournikova stopped playing.

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    I really enjoyed the England USA game. Not the hugest fan of footy but the game in the second half had me on the edge of my seat. I liked
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    Quote Originally Posted by SolitaryWalker View Post
    The idea of a rivalary seems preposterous, Arsenal has been battling for championship for the last several years and West Ham barely managed to remain in the Pemier League. I bet nothing but a vulgar tradition and the hooligan culture keeps the enmity going. That's probably a ridiculous over-simplification, yet must be a big part why the two such unevenly matched teams still have something of a bitter rivalry going on.
    West Ham supporters hate Arsenal. Arsenal supporters probably don't care that much about West Ham: those that have to go to work or school in London though, do enjoy seeing West Ham lose. If you live int he US, pretty much up to the individual, because I doubt you're going to meet many West Ham fans.

    @ Pure Mercury - if USA win the group I'll change my signature to an Ayn Rand quote of your choice, for a month.
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    England couldn't beat USA? That's a shocker. Aren't they a football power house?

    I hope that England does get through. England has a better chance of winning future matches than USA. And providing more entertainment.

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    Well Ghana has beaten Serbia 1-0 and there is an hour yet until the 2am match Australia v Germany
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    And again I hope Germany (the powerful team) would win. Who wants to see Australians play football. Rather see clowns running around naked.

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    It will be interesting to see if England stick with Green as goalkeeper.

    Hopefully, the Germany v Australia game is better than the ones so far today.
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