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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Fri Jun 20, 2014 8:43 pm

Axeslammer wrote:I'm loving the way South America and Middle America are playing : consider me a convert Smile

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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by Fey on Mon Jun 23, 2014 6:59 pm

Ole!

And that is one!

Todo, wanna see Holland's record against South-American opponents?

They are like the smallpox for them Wink
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Mon Jun 23, 2014 6:59 pm

5-2  Crying or Very sad 
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Mon Jun 23, 2014 7:00 pm

Fey wrote:Ole!

And that is one!

Todo, wanna see Holland's record against South-American opponents?

They are like the smallpox for them Wink

I believe you.  ok 

Mexico's gonna be tough though.
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Tue Jun 24, 2014 8:12 pm

mongrel hawk wrote:5-2  Crying or Very sad 

6-2

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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by Rosicky on Tue Jun 24, 2014 9:14 pm

Ay, but only a max of two South American teams in the semi's, assuming Argentina make it that far, so maybe only 1!
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Post by mongrel hawk on Tue Jun 24, 2014 9:30 pm

Rosicky wrote:Ay, but only a max of two South American teams in the semi's, assuming Argentina make it that far, so maybe only 1!

Sad but true. We deserved to make the 4 spots!!!
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by Fey on Tue Jun 24, 2014 10:07 pm

Still, how come no SA countries have been in a group together? Mere luck?
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Tue Jun 24, 2014 10:26 pm

Fey wrote:Still, how come no SA countries have been in a group together? Mere luck?

They can't. You can't have more than 1 country per confederation in a single group. Europe is the exception because they are Fifa darlings and have more than 10 spots. In Europe's case, the max is 2 per group.
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by Puro on Wed Jun 25, 2014 1:06 am

For future World Cups:

CONMEBOL 8 teams: Perú and Paraguay have a lot more quality than all that euro shite. TFS!

CONCACAF 4 teams: pretty obvious

UEFA 10 teams: the group winners and two more awful teams who just make up the numbers any way.

AFRICA: FUCK! how can they legimately claim 5 teams anymore when their football is shite. When they struggle so much against euro shite...that's telling!

ASIA: 3 teams at most. CONCACAF make a good case for their spots but Asia???

Anyway, I for one can't wait for Copa América, CONMEBOL (everybody can play good fooball) plus USA, México, Costa Rica, Honduras, Panamá, and one CONCACAF shite to make up the numbers UEFA style.

Copa América = the real World Cup minus the two best Euros of the month. TFS!
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Wed Jun 25, 2014 2:40 am

I had told you, Fey.  Twisted Evil 

mongrel hawk wrote:We, uncivilised cannibals, are waiting for you. We are thirsty for some Euro blood. It's sweet and pussish. 


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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by Fey on Wed Jun 25, 2014 7:18 am

You have tasted some Euroblood..however this was Latin blood..which tastes a lot like your own blood though with less catinga smell and a strong fruity forestly aftertaste.

However, my good equator friend..you havent had Germanic blood yet. Its dark and has a very muddy taste. Infact very few South Americans ever had the chance to experience this rare opportunity..some ancient medicineman like Ronaldinho or Ronaldo might have a tiny flask left...for the rest mere rumors of it that spread around the jungle like them old stories from the Incas..

Winter is coming to SA..and the North is on the move..
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by ERIK LAMELA on Wed Jun 25, 2014 9:56 am

Suárez has been reading Oswald de Andrade's 'Manifesto Antropófago' and thinks he's a Tupinamba ;-)
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Wed Jun 25, 2014 1:33 pm

ERIK LAMELA wrote:Suárez has been reading Oswald de Andrade's 'Manifesto Antropófago' and thinks he's a Tupinamba ;-)

Good reference.  <Ale> 


@fey

Brazil has drank litres of Northern European blood in the past (especially English and Scandinavian blood). There's been some time since we drank it last. We miss the taste.  Twisted Evil 
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by Axeslammer on Wed Jun 25, 2014 2:04 pm

I'd like to disqualify SA for the biting incident....then again, being able to provoke the Italians : hihihi  pirat 

The Colombians on the other hand are getting pluspoints from me : love how they play Ale
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by Fey on Wed Jun 25, 2014 7:27 pm

Brazil......




 Laughing
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by ERIK LAMELA on Wed Jun 25, 2014 9:30 pm

mongrel hawk wrote:
ERIK LAMELA wrote:Suárez has been reading Oswald de Andrade's 'Manifesto Antropófago' and thinks he's a Tupinamba ;-)

Good reference.  <Ale> 


@fey

Brazil has drank litres of Northern European blood in the past (especially English and Scandinavian blood). There's been some time since we drank it last. We miss the taste.  Twisted Evil 

I wrote my undergrad thesis on Hélio Oiticica and Tropicália, so obviously Andrade and modernismo came into it.
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Wed Jun 25, 2014 9:52 pm

ERIK LAMELA wrote:
mongrel hawk wrote:
ERIK LAMELA wrote:Suárez has been reading Oswald de Andrade's 'Manifesto Antropófago' and thinks he's a Tupinamba ;-)

Good reference.  <Ale> 


@fey

Brazil has drank litres of Northern European blood in the past (especially English and Scandinavian blood). There's been some time since we drank it last. We miss the taste.  Twisted Evil 

I wrote my undergrad thesis on Hélio Oiticica and Tropicália, so obviously Andrade and modernismo came into it.

Nice.

I just wonder how a guy that hates Brazil ended up studying Tropicália.  Laughing
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Wed Jun 25, 2014 10:57 pm

mongrel hawk wrote:
mongrel hawk wrote:5-2  Crying or Very sad 

6-2

 rabbit 

Still 6-2. Fey, the French had the chance to beat our poorest team that played 40 min with only 10 men and blew it!
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by Fey on Wed Jun 25, 2014 10:58 pm

mongrel hawk wrote:
mongrel hawk wrote:
mongrel hawk wrote:5-2  Crying or Very sad 

6-2

 rabbit 

Still 6-2. Fey, the French had the chance to beat our poorest team that played 40 min with only 10 men and blew it!
Euroshite beat Ameroshite though.
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Wed Jun 25, 2014 11:03 pm

Fey wrote:
mongrel hawk wrote:
mongrel hawk wrote:
mongrel hawk wrote:5-2  Crying or Very sad 

6-2

 rabbit 

Still 6-2. Fey, the French had the chance to beat our poorest team that played 40 min with only 10 men and blew it!
Euroshite beat Ameroshite though.

True. Your 2 wins:

Euroshite 2-1 Amerishite

Eurohipster 2-0 Amehipster
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by Fey on Wed Jun 25, 2014 11:29 pm

Im refusing to surrender though!

Infact Todo...you can still sign the unconditional surrender though.

Otherwise, this will be you and Puro in a few weeks




Sad

We dont want that!
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Thu Jun 26, 2014 2:00 am

You won't have that, ya c**t.  lol! 

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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by Fey on Mon Jun 30, 2014 6:33 pm

Todo

The WC started with two Portugese speaking nations and 9 Spanish speaking nations.

Now its 1/2 and 3/9

The two native Dutch speaking nations are still in it. You think the Dutch speakers can make it a clean sweep?
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Mon Jun 30, 2014 7:12 pm

Fey wrote:Todo

The WC started with two Portugese speaking nations and 9 Spanish speaking nations.

Now its 1/2 and 3/9

The two native Dutch speaking nations are still in it. You think the Dutch speakers can make it a clean sweep?

What's the other Dutch-speaking nation? Belgium? Don't they speak Flemish and French? Is Flemish a dialect from Dutch?

Let's see WC titles by language:

Portuguese: 5 titles
Spanish: 5 titles
Italian: 4 titles
German: 3 titles
French and English: 1 title each

Latin languages/countries: 15 titles
Anglo-Saxon languages/countries: 4 titles


Last time a non-Latin nation won a WC: 1990
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by Fey on Mon Jun 30, 2014 7:18 pm

mongrel hawk wrote:
Fey wrote:Todo

The WC started with two Portugese speaking nations and 9 Spanish speaking nations.

Now its 1/2 and 3/9

The two native Dutch speaking nations are still in it. You think the Dutch speakers can make it a clean sweep?

What's the other Dutch-speaking nation? Belgium? Don't they speak Flemish and French? Is Flemish a dialect from Dutch?

Let's see WC titles by language:

Portuguese: 5 titles
Spanish: 5 titles
Italian: 4 titles
German: 3 titles
French and English: 1 title each

Latin languages/countries: 15 titles
Anglo-Saxon languages/countries: 4 titles


Last time a non-Latin nation won a WC: 1990
 Smile

That's wrong mate, the word you looking is Germanic, the Anglo-saxon are a Germanic tribe, just like the Franks btw. So we can argue about France. And no, Germanic doesnt refer to just Germany.

Nontheless, Latin people are better in football, that's for sure. Do have a bit more people though.

And yes, Flemish is a Dutch dialect.
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Mon Jun 30, 2014 7:34 pm

Fey wrote:
mongrel hawk wrote:
Fey wrote:Todo

The WC started with two Portugese speaking nations and 9 Spanish speaking nations.

Now its 1/2 and 3/9

The two native Dutch speaking nations are still in it. You think the Dutch speakers can make it a clean sweep?

What's the other Dutch-speaking nation? Belgium? Don't they speak Flemish and French? Is Flemish a dialect from Dutch?

Let's see WC titles by language:

Portuguese: 5 titles
Spanish: 5 titles
Italian: 4 titles
German: 3 titles
French and English: 1 title each

Latin languages/countries: 15 titles
Anglo-Saxon languages/countries: 4 titles


Last time a non-Latin nation won a WC: 1990
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That's wrong mate, the word you looking is Germanic, the Anglo-saxon are a Germanic tribe, just like the Franks btw. So we can argue about France. And no, Germanic doesnt refer to just Germany.

Nontheless, Latin people are better in football, that's for sure. Do have a bit more people though.

And yes, Flemish is a Dutch dialect.

Thanks for the info. In Portuguese, though, Anglo-Saxonic and Germanic are synonyms when applied to languages (even if it's technically wrong, we can say that English is a "língua anglo-saxônica" or a "língua germânica").

So them Belgians like to say that Flemish is another language just to make it look cool.  Ale 
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by Fey on Tue Jul 01, 2014 8:06 pm

I lost the score Todo?

Nontheless Euroshite like Greece and Switzerland went toe-to-toe with the best! And were really close in qualifying!
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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by mongrel hawk on Tue Jul 01, 2014 8:23 pm

Fey wrote:I lost the score Todo?

Nontheless Euroshite like Greece and Switzerland went toe-to-toe with the best! And were really close in qualifying!

7-2.  Wink 

That's not a good excuse, Fey. Amerishite also did that (Ecuador).

European wins up to now: Switzerland 2-1 Ecuador; Holland 2-0 Chile.

It would be nice to have South Americans and Euros well disributed to see how many would reach the semis. Unfortunately, we can only have 2 in the semis. I'd like to see games like Colombia-Belgium, Germany-Uruguay, France-Chile...


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Re: South America vs. Europe

Post by 110% on Tue Jul 08, 2014 9:35 pm

Do germany get extra points for the raping of Brazil?

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