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    Unfuckingbelievable! Hats of the Dutchmen, tho. Impressive.
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    Go ORANGE!!!!


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    ^^

    I'm rooting for Uruguay on this one. I think they were the last team to qualify so they're a pretty good underdog, plus Diego Forlan is the best looking guy in the tournament [no homo].



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    Uruguay have never attract my sympaty. I wish AFRICA win!

    I support Germany against Argentina also. Though Argentina is a strong team and it won't be easy to beat up them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Uruguay have never attract my sympaty. I wish AFRICA win!

    I support Germany against Argentina also. Though Argentina is a strong team and it won't be easy to beat up them.
    Hey, I was pulling for the African teams until the whole vuvuzela thing. Argentina is very strong and I'm getting indigestion just thinking about the match tomorrow. Messi and Tevez are in my nightmares.



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    Brazil controlled the first half, they should've gone for the kill more actively in hindsight, Stekelenberg did make an awesome save though to prevent 2-0.

    Then what happened in the second half is that the Dutch starting harrassing more, hunting for the ball. The Brazilians didn't get in their gear anymore, Dutch picked up speed. First goal was luck, second goal was class.

    But in all fairness, we should've made more goals in the second half. The oppertunities near the end shouldn't have been missed at this level. So although our team is starting to get in his own gear, we're still not there yet.

    Whatever happened to the Brazil team in the second half after the second goal, I dunno though. Maybe it's the south american temperament that shines through. The totally deserved red card and the lack of position play, it's almost as if they were given the win to us in the end. Which is also why we should've scored more.

    Either way, the lions managed to break Brazil's playstyle and speed and won deserved.


    Will this be the first time for us to win the world cup? We have a stable team, a team's team. But definatly not the best team we ever had in terms of individual players. But then again, this is our 9th consecutive win, and we haven't lost in like 22 games, I think.
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    Ghana: 1-0 YAAAAAAAAAAAH:
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    Firstly, I've got to say - well done Holland!

    Secondly, that result really has thrown the cup wide open. I don't think there are any clear favourites at this stage, though Argentina and Germany are probably the strongest contenders right now. Shame one of them has to lose the quarter final!

    Thirdly, I find it very amusing that Fluffywolf is now all enthusiastic about 1) Football, and 2) His national team after his previous display of ennui on the subject!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mace View Post
    Brazil has this game. You know what sucks? They play with that much enthusiasm getting so far - but what are we to say when they end up losing eventually?
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    I'm sure we'll find out next round.
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    Forlán!!! VAMOS URUGUAY VAMOS AMERICA LATINA!
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