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SuperMario

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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by SuperMario on Wed Jun 20, 2007 9:59 pm

@Pera

who had the assist (the guy who headed the ball on to mrdja) for the 2nd goal?

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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Pera on Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:03 pm

I think it's Boshko Jankovic .

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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Pera on Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:05 pm

Since 1888 wrote:
Pera wrote:Man of the match:Doctor of the defence Branislav Ivanovic.

Diver of the match Ivanovic.

Ha ha very funny.Did you see his coast to coast action?Dr Ivanovic, doctor of football defence.
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by SuperMario on Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:07 pm

Pera wrote:I think it's Boshko Jankovic .
Thanx. thought the same, but those UEFA numpties thought it was Milovanovic.
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Machiavel on Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:12 pm

Belgium clearly missed the inspirational defensive figure in Vermaelen.
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Fey on Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:14 pm

mihawkavelli wrote:Belgium clearly missed the inspirational defensive figure in Vermaelen.

All ajax players were piss poor again, keep up the good work ok
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Machiavel on Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:16 pm

De Likkende Luipaard wrote:
mihawkavelli wrote:Belgium clearly missed the inspirational defensive figure in Vermaelen.

All ajax players were piss poor again, keep up the good work ok

Vlaar was at fault for the English goal ok
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Since 1888 on Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:16 pm

De Likkende Luipaard wrote:
mihawkavelli wrote:Belgium clearly missed the inspirational defensive figure in Vermaelen.

All ajax players were piss poor again, keep up the good work ok

All feyenoord players werent exactly good either.

In reality Sparta is the only club which can be pride for providing such great talents like deRoover.
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Fey on Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:16 pm

mihawkavelli wrote:
De Likkende Luipaard wrote:
mihawkavelli wrote:Belgium clearly missed the inspirational defensive figure in Vermaelen.

All ajax players were piss poor again, keep up the good work ok

Vlaar was at fault for the English goal ok

Ha, not really! Waterman could have easily saved it!
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Machiavel on Wed Jun 20, 2007 10:17 pm

De Likkende Luipaard wrote:
mihawkavelli wrote:
De Likkende Luipaard wrote:
mihawkavelli wrote:Belgium clearly missed the inspirational defensive figure in Vermaelen.

All ajax players were piss poor again, keep up the good work ok

Vlaar was at fault for the English goal ok

Ha, not really! Waterman could have easily saved it!

"Sure"
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Hlebagone on Thu Jun 21, 2007 3:56 pm

Reflections on the game: (and the tournament)

Lombaerts: he may have been on the loosing team but that was an immense performance. great tackling and good on the ball too. Shame he missed Vermaelen as depsite Vetonghen giving Belgium an amazing ball playing defence, he was raped in the air.

De Roover: Can only remeber him getting beaten once this season and that was after a sublime touch from Ben Sahar. Good crossing also.

Pocognoli: Not as good defensively as De Roover but, is extremely skillful and good at crossing. Should be Belgiums left back.

De Mul: Changed my mind, is actually Cr@p.

Fellaini: Great player, but cannot finish for $h!t...

Mirallas: one of the strikers (if not the striker) of the tournament. Small, but was able to play alone up front. Technically extremely good and good finishing also. Added to that, he's only 19. The futures bright.

Van den borre: Showed everyone that he can still be a great player, needs to succeed in Italy though.

Haround and Blondel also did well although i doubt either of them will ever become starters for the national team.
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Since 1888 on Thu Jun 21, 2007 5:17 pm

So we see that deRoover hype was justified. I say surprise player of the tournament and warrants a place in the team of the tournament. Nice overview kevin.
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Fey on Mon Oct 15, 2012 4:19 pm

Anyone seen Serbia-Belgium? Belgium were under pressure the first half hour but after it Belgium were awesome! Won 0-3.

Belgium seem to be finally unleashed, took a while, but by now they are actually better then anyone thought they would be. I mean we all thought they had to do it with Dembele as creative AM. NO! Suddenly DeBruyne popped out of the blue, what a great player this guy is. And they dont have any real weak spots anymore either. Even have two good goalies, and even Mirellas turned out good after all. And what a variety in their squad as well. Can play EPL football (Fellaini, Dembele Lukaku) can play tika taka (Hazard, Defour Debruyne, Mirellas)

Look on the first page, a lot of players played at the U21 in 2007. Compare that with Holland, a big fat 0! And that's what the U21 SHOULD be about, give TRUE talented players a chance to let them improve themselves rather then selecting big pacey(black) players just so one can win a U21 tourney!

Honestly I can see Belgium having a top 4 finish in 2014!
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Hlebagone on Mon Oct 15, 2012 4:38 pm

Was only able to catch the highlights. Hopefully this is a breakthrough moment for them. Amazing result, especially considering Hazard was ineffective. You forgot Witsel Fey. He can go under tiki-taka.

Also, nice that Fellaini, Vertonghen, and Mirallas have made the step up, from the u21s listed at the beginning. Pretty easy transition for Vertonghen and Fellaini, but Mirallas has developed a lot over the past couple of years after it appeared he was stalling.

Shame about Maarten Martens, thought he might be the best of the lot.
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Antarion on Tue Oct 16, 2012 7:51 am

Haven't seen the game but was rooting for Belgium. Indeed a nice generation. Will kick some south american butts.
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Fey on Tue Oct 16, 2012 6:56 pm

Witsel is indeed a great player, but everytime I see him, I think...that tackle. Mirallas turned out fine after all, didnt expect that after those dodgy club choices he made. Maartens is a good footballer as well, highly prone to injuries though.

Anyway, homegame against Scotland for the red devils, should be easy.

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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by 110% on Wed Oct 17, 2012 12:07 pm

People getting a bit carried away over Belgium. Yes it was a good win over the Netherlands, but after that it has been Wales, Scotland, and Serbia.

They look to have a good set of players, dare I say "Golden Generation". There you go I jinxed them to fail Wink, but could we wait until they have done something before we start saying they are as good as spain, germany etc.
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Fey on Wed Oct 17, 2012 4:38 pm

They might be not on a Spain level or a Germany one for that matter, but they have a lot of potential. I believe their total transfervalue is the 3th highest in Europe atm.
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Re: Serbia Belgium Thread

Post by Isco Benny on Wed Oct 17, 2012 4:49 pm

Potentially 2nd best team in Europe IMO

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