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    Quote Originally Posted by agentfurrina View Post
    p.s. spain ireland. yawn. i liked replaying Torres' goals, though. strikers!

    (what positions do you lot play, hmm?)
    They were 'ok' goals.

    I play forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    The best match in the tournament so far - England Vs Sweden. It was so exciting!
    Umm it was actually just another 'average' game?

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    ^ Was it not exciting at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    ^ Was it not exciting at all?
    Prooooooooooo-bablyyyyy.

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    Well that's a very healthy reply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mace View Post
    They were 'ok' goals.

    I play forward.
    agreed but i'm a striker too so i always go back and analyze their performance, kinesthetics, timing, etc. it's an obsession.

    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    The 3rd English goal was bit of a fluke wasn't it? I don't believe he intended to use the back side of the heel. But the pass was a classic.
    the back heel flick was a matter of sloppy convenience.

    (there was some debate about whether it was intentional. huh? http://www.businessinsider.com/danny...MdiqwIdfQQoOnm)
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    It was a good thing for England to bring on Theo Walcott.

    The winning goal though? This is why this is England.

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    The Greece Vs Russia match was horrible and boring as hell.

    Who taught the Russians how to pass the ball? Two Russian palyers wouldn't have been able to pass the ball between each other even if they were the only people on the field. Horrible and sad to watch.

    The Greeks clearly didn't need to use a goal keeper. The Russians would try to hit the goal from 100m away. Urghhh!

    The Greeks weren't any good either, but they did manage to score a goal. They obviously should request the referee to use their hands because they weren't able to keep the ball to themselves (possession) even if no one was trying to take it away from them.

    Sad!!!

    The hosts - the Poles and the Ukrainians - are out of the series from the 1st round itself. @Peguy must be pissed.

    I'm dying to see the Germans, The Dutch and the Spanish play. The Dutch not so much due to their overly aggression. But I do want them to win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    The Dutch not so much due to their overly aggression.
    Lol, agression? They're lazy bitches that allow themselves to get steamrolled. Which players in particular are you refering to? I guess you can say Do Jong is pretty agressive, and Van Bommel is because he's too old to run after people so he tackles them (why he still plays in the team is beyond me). But we've never had overly agressive teams as far as I can remember.
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    Are you prepared for the outcome, @SmileyMan?

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