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fragoletta
06-12-2010, 11:24 PM
Well, too bad for England, but USA is a tough team to beat (and btw, 4 years ago Italy finished 1-1 against USA in the groups, which of course was taken with a huge disappointment by the Italian press, and look where Italy finished at the end :P) I still believe neither team is gonna have problems qualifying for the last 16...



Ok, I totally started another thread here (http://www.fsuniverse.net/forum/showthread.php?p=2787646#post2787646) - hope you guys enjoy!

I'm definetely checking it tomorrow when I have more time and hopefully adding some assets to it ;)

viennese
06-12-2010, 11:41 PM
British TV: "Many World Cup winning campaigns have started off slowly."

Irish TV: "England were awful."

:rofl:

haha!

Twenty Jay DeMerits to British TV for whitewashing the howler performance.

allezfred
06-13-2010, 12:01 AM
Orable, Kickette.com is a great resource for football hotties and all your WAG gossip.

English WAGs have been banned from the World Cup by Fabio Cappello, but if you need your fill I can recommend the Come Dine With Me WAG Special (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N013TJf8ZhM). :rofl:

dots
06-13-2010, 01:45 AM
Muahahahaha USA! USA! USA! :EVILLE:

I couldn't watch the match because of work, but boy am I happy about this result. All my faves are doing a good job ( USA, Mexico, Uruguay) now I only need Spain to do well and I'll be very happy. :hat1:

oleada
06-13-2010, 02:06 AM
English WAGs have been banned from the World Cup by Fabio Cappello, but if you need your fill I can recommend the Come Dine With Me WAG Special (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N013TJf8ZhM). :rofl:

:fragile:
I can't watch because my region is not allowed; I'm missing my share of WAGs.

KHenry14
06-13-2010, 02:11 AM
Well, a satifying result for the USA, and a disastifying one for the Brits. The USA showed that they can play with the big boys and were only a shot off the post away from getting a victory. The Brits need a better keeper and to learn how to work like a team.

The big test is against the Slovenes. They play a tough defensive minded game, and they could steal a result if teams aren't careful.


BTW, I'm making a mental note to start a Hot Chick of the Women's World Cup next year. It starts with Heather Mitts and Cat Whitehill! :cool:

jtpc
06-13-2010, 03:14 AM
The incentive for winning the England/USA group (Group C) is that it might prevent meeting Germany next after the round robin is done. Assuming Germany wins Group D, whoever finishes 2nd in the England/USA group would get Germany next after the round robin...all the more incentive to win Group C so that you get the 2nd place finisher from Group D and (potentially) avoid having to play Germany so soon.

oleada
06-13-2010, 07:22 PM
Deutschland :cheer:

I love Phillipp Lahm:


Lahm does a lot of charity work and has taken part on several charity campaigns and events. In June 2007, FIFA announced that Lahm and Owen Hargreaves would visit South Africa in advance to support the 2010 FIFA World Cup.[20] Although Hargreaves never managed to take part in the trip due to injury, Lahm and a German national teammate, Piotr Trochowski, visited the country taking time not only to visit the 2010 FIFA World Cup organizers but, also to visit a local SOS Children's Village and to take part in the Kick-AIDS event.[21]
He has established a foundation, Philipp Lahm-Stiftung, to support underprivileged children and is also an official ambassador representing "FIFA for SOS Children's Villages".[22] In addition he was an ambassador of the 2007, 2008 and 2009 World AIDS Day. He has also taken part on a campaign against speeding and various others such as Bündnis für Kinder against child abuse.[9][23]
Lahm was awarded a Tolerantia-Preis on 20 September 2008, due to his outstanding contribution against intolerance and homophobia in sports, particularly in football.[24]


From Wiki.

Fergus
06-13-2010, 07:38 PM
Podolski scores!!! :cheer2:

oleada
06-13-2010, 07:39 PM
Poldi :cheer: great goal

Lilith11
06-13-2010, 07:54 PM
My mom scares me O.o She's screaming and screeching at the TV screen... I'm excited but not THAT excited lolz

oleada
06-13-2010, 07:59 PM
Klose makes it up after missing two to score a nice header.

zhenya271
06-13-2010, 08:02 PM
Way to go Klose! I had read a couple of weeks ago that some people were doubting him, as he hadn't scored in quite awhile, but Loew, I believe said he had confidence in Miro as he always manages to come through!

allezfred
06-13-2010, 08:25 PM
Not that I know anything about football/soccer, but Germany look kind of good to me. :shuffle:

oleada
06-13-2010, 08:33 PM
Not that I know anything about football/soccer, but Germany look kind of good to me. :shuffle:

“Soccer is a game for 22 people that run around, play the ball, and one referee who makes a slew of mistakes, and in the end Germany always wins.”