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    Quote Originally Posted by tcda View Post
    It was disallowed for shoving. That wa sicnorrect, but the whistle blew as the ball was going into the are from the free kick, possibly causing some Slovene players to stop concentrating.
    I don't see much shoving in any of the replays either.
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    And that doesn't even have the bear hug!

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    Remember this? I wonder if "The Scum" will be offering an official apology...I doubt it though somehow.




    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post

    And that doesn't even have the bear hug!
    Please tell me you didn't make that!
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    Brutal call. It was a goal all the way. And England is not exactly setting the world ablaze, either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    Brutal call. It was a goal all the way. And England is not exactly setting the world ablaze, either.
    They'll be setting Fabio Capello's house ablaze if they don't beat Slovenia.
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    1998
    [youtube=mZMFLqBKXNI]Final Coupe du Monde 1998 France 3 - 0 Brésil[/youtube]
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    that kewell red card was absolute rubbish. did that just happen? are you kidding me?

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    World Cup 2010: Nicolas Anelka sent home over coach row

    Domenech (right) chose Anelka to start France's first two games


    France striker Nicolas Anelka has been sent home from the World Cup after verbally insulting coach Raymond Domenech during the Mexico game.

    The Chelsea star missed training on Saturday after reports of a row with the France coach during their 2-0 loss.

    And he later refused to apologise when asked to by French Football Federation president Jean-Pierre Escalettes.

    An FFF statement said the 31-year-old's half-time comments to Domenech were "totally unacceptable".

    The statement continued: "Faced by the refusal of the player to publicly apologise, he (Escalettes) took the decision in total agreement with the coach and the official members of the delegation present to exclude Nicolas Anelka from the squad."

    The FFF said that France captain Patrice Evra also attended the meeting with Anelka at the French training camp in Knysa.

    Anelka, a League and FA Cup double winner with Chelsea this season, has won 71 international caps.

    He scored twice on his debut against England in 1999 but later spent three years in the international wilderness after refusing to play for Les Bleus under coach Jacques Santini.

    606: DEBATE
    Were France right to send Anelka home?
    Domenech brought Anelka back into the fold in 2005 but left him out of France's squad for the World Cup in Germany the following year.

    It was only a temporary omission and Anelka scored in the first leg ofthe qualifying play-off against the Republic of Ireland last November when France secured their place in South Africa.

    He was also in the starting line-up for both of France's first group games but failed to hit the net in the 0-0 draw with Uruguay and the loss to Mexico.

    France's poor start to the competition has left their hopes of qualification from Group A out of their hands.

    There were reports earlier in the week that Domenech had also had a training ground bust-up with midfielder Florent Malouda.

    And the team has been urged to show greater dignity for the remainder of the tournament.

    French sports minister Roselyne Bachelot said in a statement: "The very high pressure weighing on Les Bleus does not authorise any form of slip-up.

    "The players must keep in mind that they're wearing France's colours and are considered as role models by many youngsters.

    "This obliges them to show restraint and dignity."

    If Mexico and Uruguay draw in their final match, France will be eliminated.
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