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Isco Benny

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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by Isco Benny on Wed May 16, 2012 6:56 pm

GERMANY LOST ON PENALTIES cheers

Sign of things to come. You may play prettier, but your new Turkish/Polish kids don't know about real teuton granite! Laughing
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by debaser on Wed May 16, 2012 6:58 pm

Beautiful news. Let's hope seniors repeat the trick in Poland sunny
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by Antarion on Wed May 16, 2012 7:05 pm

Disco Benny wrote:
Sign of things to come. You may play prettier, but your new Turkish/Polish kids don't know about real teuton granite! Laughing

So true. The Tunturpol generation is made of aluminum not granite or real steel. Sad

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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by Antarion on Wed May 16, 2012 7:08 pm

debaser wrote:Beautiful news. Let's hope seniors repeat the trick in Poland sunny

Even if we score just one penalty its enough to do england, don't worry. Smile
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by debaser on Wed May 16, 2012 7:14 pm

Antarion wrote:
debaser wrote:Beautiful news. Let's hope seniors repeat the trick in Poland sunny

Even if we score just one penalty its enough to do england, don't worry. Smile

Doesn't have to be against England. Whoever it happened against, it would be a sight too delightful for words Very Happy
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by S4P on Wed May 16, 2012 7:17 pm

If it ain't Dutch, it ain't much. cheers
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by Fey on Wed May 16, 2012 7:35 pm

Holland European Champions...Again Erm <Ale>

The transformation is complete now, Holland has become Germany, and Germany has become Holland. That was the MOST GERMAN win I have ever seen!

Neutral

Germany showed some nice possition play, Holland didnt do much in the second half. Then again they only have a few talents in Haye, Ake and Vilhena(who had a mere today) But to score in the last second of the game and be flawless in the penalties..that's truely Lothar style!

Still, I always wanted to see Holland win a penalty shootout against Germany. And I must admit, it does feel kinda nice. Especially when Vilhena, the only Fey-jugend player but also the one from the NBKK(Natural Born Kraut Killer) generation, scored the winning penalty.

So I will drink a tiny U-17 Blutty Bernie to that Bubbly
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by Allez les rouges on Thu May 17, 2012 11:04 am

debaser wrote:Beautiful news. Let's hope seniors repeat the trick in Poland sunny

I always had you down as anything but a conventional English troll (troll in the original sense) but you have this weird Germanophobic thing going on scratch

Hlebagone > > > > > Debaser

These @£$%*£ bottlers should never play for Schland again Grr

Strangely enough I ended up in a Dutch bar last night after watching The Dictator with lots of mentals in oranje shirts celebrating Holland partyday or something. Random Ale
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by debaser on Thu May 17, 2012 12:03 pm

Allez les rouges wrote:
debaser wrote:Beautiful news. Let's hope seniors repeat the trick in Poland sunny

I always had you down as anything but a conventional English troll (troll in the original sense) but you have this weird Germanophobic thing going on scratch

Hlebagone > > > > > Debaser

I can't help it if I want German fans to suffer as I have supporting England. I just can't help it Sad

what's Hlebagone got to do with this anyway? Erm
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by Isco Benny on Thu May 17, 2012 12:21 pm

Allez les rouges wrote:
debaser wrote:Beautiful news. Let's hope seniors repeat the trick in Poland sunny

I always had you down as anything but a conventional English troll (troll in the original sense) but you have this weird Germanophobic thing going on scratch

Hlebagone > > > > > Debaser

These @£$%*£ bottlers should never play for Schland again Grr

Strangely enough I ended up in a Dutch bar last night after watching The Dictator with lots of mentals in oranje shirts celebrating Holland partyday or something. Random Ale

Allez you old card,

What Debbie is proposing is for the sake of the Fatherland: there are SWATHES of young Germans living in complete ignorance of what a penalty shoot out loss is. These poor young souls aren't aware that the character building emotional rollercoaster of penalty shoot outs is borne from the nerve shredding fear of having your hopes crushed in a flash, usually under a ruthless Teuton leather boot.

Spies of mine in the Fatherland report that German fans often BEGIN CELEBRATING the moment the German Team reach the end of extra time with scores level, so utterly lacking in awareness that the match could still be lost.

Aside from robbing these youngsters a mandatory rite of footballing passage, these kids can never really savour the ecstasy of winning these shoot outs, given there is no contrasting point of reference. And what if they reach old age without experiencing such emotional disappointment? I can imagine thousands of gray haired Teutons keeling over dead from the shock as some 6th Generation nationalised Pole spoons the deciding spot kick over the bar in the 2076 World Cup final.

So, it's for the kids that Germany MUST lose a penalty shoot out.

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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by Fey on Thu May 17, 2012 4:52 pm

Germany wasnt that bad in the shootout. It's more a suprise that Holland was amazing! All 5 went in! Even our darkies showed true Teuton nerves!



Holland has been better in football then Germany in the past, but these days we are also the better Germans! Hence Otto is so much in love with the current Dutch team!
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by Allez les rouges on Thu May 17, 2012 5:24 pm

"Wilhelmus van Nassouwe ben ik, van Duitsen bloed" Ale
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by Fey on Fri May 18, 2012 4:15 pm

Considering Blut missed the game, here is the full summary of the game!



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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by Fey on Mon May 19, 2014 5:52 pm

Holland again in the U-17 final. 4th final in 6 years, I think we should focus more on producing good players  then winning cups with youth teams. Or is it more important that kids learn to win?
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by debaser on Wed May 21, 2014 9:53 pm

Fey wrote:Holland again in the U-17 final. 4th final in 6 years, I think we should focus more on producing good players  then winning cups with youth teams. Or is it more important that kids learn to win?

And England win on penalties. seems Holland still the only country worse than us from the spot Very Happy
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by debaser on Wed May 21, 2014 9:56 pm

also what happened to the endless conveyor belt - lost to Scotland in the group stage ffs!
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by Isco Benny on Wed May 21, 2014 10:33 pm

DOMINATION.
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by Fey on Thu May 22, 2014 8:26 pm

debaser wrote:
Fey wrote:Holland again in the U-17 final. 4th final in 6 years, I think we should focus more on producing good players  then winning cups with youth teams. Or is it more important that kids learn to win?

And England win on penalties. seems Holland still the only country worse than us from the spot Very Happy
 
Pffft...read a few posts back, Holland beat Germany the last time on pens.

As for Germany, they were knocked out....by Scotland.

Didnt watch the game but can't believe the Englands deserved to win. Oh well.

From the games I watched, I was impressed with Jari Schuurman(ffs he is born 1995, and his name is Jari he must have Jewish parents) again a Feyenoord player who is topscorer at the U-17 euros.
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Re: U17 EM 2012

Post by Kroos on Sat May 24, 2014 6:54 pm

ffs this level is just utter garbage, it means next to nothing

to be fair, götze and ter stegen won it in 2009, but the rest of the team became amateur footballers

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