2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Kimbo on Sat Jun 28, 2014 1:21 pm

Brazil 1-2 Chile
Colombia 3-0 Uruguay
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by mongrel hawk on Sat Jun 28, 2014 1:29 pm

Rosicky wrote:
mongrel hawk wrote:Howard Webb for the Brazil game. What do you think?

Apparently he was the ref in this fixture 4 years ago.
Yeh, but what do you think of him as a ref? I only saw 2 or 3 games with him ever.
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Murray on Sat Jun 28, 2014 1:52 pm

mongrel hawk wrote:
Rosicky wrote:
mongrel hawk wrote:Howard Webb for the Brazil game. What do you think?

Apparently he was the ref in this fixture 4 years ago.
Yeh, but what do you think of him as a ref? I only saw 2 or 3 games with him ever.

He's too soft, remember the mess he made of the last world cup final

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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Di Caniooooo! on Sat Jun 28, 2014 3:06 pm

I'd love to see Brazil go out today. Don't really like them, and would enjoy watching the meltdown riots after the match.
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by messiah on Sat Jun 28, 2014 3:10 pm

chile to beat brazil
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Kimbo on Sat Jun 28, 2014 3:11 pm

Di Caniooooo! wrote:I'd love to see Brazil go out today. Don't really like them, and would enjoy watching the meltdown riots after the match.

I'm sick of all the fucking memories about samba football, samba football is dead in Brazil from the looks of things.
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Hlebagone on Sat Jun 28, 2014 3:24 pm

That's not really a new development is it? When was the last truly attacking Brazil team, the 1980s?
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Rosicky on Sat Jun 28, 2014 3:44 pm

Suazez has clearly spent too much time in Liverpool with their victim mentality.

"my face fell on chiellini" lol!
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Post by Kimbo on Sat Jun 28, 2014 3:47 pm

Rosicky wrote:Suazez has clearly spent too much time in Liverpool with their victim mentality.

"my face fell on chiellini" lol!

His attitude to everything he has done wrong is the main reason why nobody should say his punishment is harsh. He doesn't give a shit and has never shown any remorse for anything, he doesn't want to change. It also doesn't help that he is surrounded by scummy Uruguayans who also don't think he did anything wrong.
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by BoBo Vieri 32 on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:00 pm

Kimbo wrote:
Di Caniooooo! wrote:I'd love to see Brazil go out today. Don't really like them, and would enjoy watching the meltdown riots after the match.

I'm sick of all the fucking memories about samba football, samba football is dead in Brazil from the looks of things.

how dare you say that. I heard the BBC commentators say that Brazil are going to samba their way to the world cup.
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by DD on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:18 pm

Brazil 1-2 Chile
Colombia 2-1 Uruguay (if ten or less men for Uruguay, then 3-0)
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Rosicky on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:20 pm

Brazil will win. 3-1.

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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Fey on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:26 pm

Brasil-Chile 2-0
Colombia-Uruguay 3-1
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by mongrel hawk on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:28 pm

Kimbo wrote:
Rosicky wrote:Suazez has clearly spent too much time in Liverpool with their victim mentality.

"my face fell on chiellini" lol!

His attitude to everything he has done wrong is the main reason why nobody should say his punishment is harsh. He doesn't give a shit and has never shown any remorse for anything, he doesn't want to change. It also doesn't help that he is surrounded by scummy Uruguayans who also don't think he did anything wrong.

Not only his attitude, but the attitude of Uruguayans in general: Lugano, Tabarez, Uruguayan press.
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Post by Antarion on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:30 pm

Brazil - chile 2-1
Colombia - Uruguay 2-0
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by DD on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:32 pm

mongrel hawk wrote:
Kimbo wrote:
Rosicky wrote:Suazez has clearly spent too much time in Liverpool with their victim mentality.

"my face fell on chiellini" lol!

His attitude to everything he has done wrong is the main reason why nobody should say his punishment is harsh. He doesn't give a shit and has never shown any remorse for anything, he doesn't want to change. It also doesn't help that he is surrounded by scummy Uruguayans who also don't think he did anything wrong.

Not only his attitude, but the attitude of Uruguayans in general: Lugano, Tabarez, Uruguayan press.
He's been surrounded by an enabling environment: Liverpool, The president of Uruguay, Maradona now too.


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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Luis on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:34 pm

Rosicky wrote:Suazez has clearly spent too much time in Liverpool with their victim mentality.

"my face fell on chiellini" lol!

What's wrong with that?

That little child ran in the way of the drunk driver.

That guy's face fell into my gun shot.

Rolling Eyes
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by mongrel hawk on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:40 pm

DD wrote:
mongrel hawk wrote:
Kimbo wrote:
Rosicky wrote:Suazez has clearly spent too much time in Liverpool with their victim mentality.

"my face fell on chiellini" lol!

His attitude to everything he has done wrong is the main reason why nobody should say his punishment is harsh. He doesn't give a shit and has never shown any remorse for anything, he doesn't want to change. It also doesn't help that he is surrounded by scummy Uruguayans who also don't think he did anything wrong.

Not only his attitude, but the attitude of Uruguayans in general: Lugano, Tabarez, Uruguayan press.
He's been surrounded by an enabling environment: Liverpool, The president of Uruguay, Maradona now too.


I've been reading some Uruguayan papers and readers comments. They think the evil English press and Brazilian press made the punishment happen. England because they are Surez haters and Brazil because they are afraid of facing Surez.

They blamed everything and everyone but Surez.
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Super Progress on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:41 pm

mongrel hawk wrote:
Kimbo wrote:
Rosicky wrote:Suazez has clearly spent too much time in Liverpool with their victim mentality.

"my face fell on chiellini" lol!

His attitude to everything he has done wrong is the main reason why nobody should say his punishment is harsh. He doesn't give a shit and has never shown any remorse for anything, he doesn't want to change. It also doesn't help that he is surrounded by scummy Uruguayans who also don't think he did anything wrong.

Not only his attitude, but the attitude of Uruguayans in general: Lugano, Tabarez, Uruguayan press.
ok
Many people made a good argument after the last biting that obviously something is wrong with him which made you almost sympathetic but then I remembered that he has never shown too much repentance. If he did have a real problem he should apologize and explain but instead he goes on like a victim refusing to take any blame. Given his general behavior on the pitch maybe the biting isn't so strange but simply the sign of rotten character. I gues part of it is a cultural thing as well.
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Fey on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:44 pm

In the end im actually looking more forward to Colombia-Uruguay..think that will be a proper battle. And that without Suarez Very Happy
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Fey on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:50 pm

mongrel hawk wrote:
Fey wrote:Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Mexico twice, Brazil twice

All got to host a WC, Holland never got to host it.

Now I realise in those days it was different. But these days non in SA is even capable of hosting one, and you still get one. Though one can argue about Brazil. The rest no chance in the near future me thinks.

Mexico is not South America, Fey.

If Brazil is not capable, how is it that this WC is happening alright?

A WC shared by the southern countries would be awesome: Uruguay, Argentina, Chile. The weather would be similar to Spanish winter or even colder in some cities.

No way FIFA will ever let 3 countries host it at the same time. Besides arent all 3 of them bankrupt atm? Same as Brazil, they shouldnt have been given the WC.

Aint it fair that Holland never been given a WC?

mongrel hawk wrote:
Fey wrote:Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Mexico twice, Brazil twice

All got to host a WC, Holland never got to host it.

Now I realise in those days it was different. But these days non in SA is even capable of hosting one, and you still get one. Though one can argue about Brazil. The rest no chance in the near future me thinks.

I don't remember where, but I saw an English journalist saying this WC is being better than the last EuroCup in terms of organisation.

That was in the Ukraine ffs..same story!

If we are honest only 2/3 nations are able to host a proper WC. That have the stadiums, but more important the infrastructure: Germany, England and the US. Japan and China as well, but they lack the football atmosphere for it
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by DD on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:51 pm

Super Progress wrote:
mongrel hawk wrote:
Kimbo wrote:
Rosicky wrote:Suazez has clearly spent too much time in Liverpool with their victim mentality.

"my face fell on chiellini" lol!

His attitude to everything he has done wrong is the main reason why nobody should say his punishment is harsh. He doesn't give a shit and has never shown any remorse for anything, he doesn't want to change. It also doesn't help that he is surrounded by scummy Uruguayans who also don't think he did anything wrong.

Not only his attitude, but the attitude of Uruguayans in general: Lugano, Tabarez, Uruguayan press.
ok
Many people made a good argument after the last biting that obviously something is wrong with him which made you almost sympathetic but then I remembered that he has never shown too much repentance. If he did have a real problem he should apologize and explain but instead he goes on like a victim refusing to take any blame. Given his general behavior on the pitch maybe the biting isn't so strange but simply the sign of rotten character. I gues part of it is a cultural thing as well.
Yep. He's going to be tempted to believe this nonsense while prominent people hold their hands over his head like this:
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Post by Fey on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:55 pm

Prepare for 8 minutes of national anthems now...
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Post by Kimbo on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:56 pm

Fey wrote:Prepare for 8 minutes of national anthems now...

As soon as the music ends the next song should begin, then when that one ends the ref should run to the center circle and blow the whistle.
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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Fey on Sat Jun 28, 2014 4:59 pm

Kimbo wrote:
Fey wrote:Prepare for 8 minutes of national anthems now...

As soon as the music ends the next song should begin, then when that one ends the ref should run to the center circle and blow the whistle.

Aye, if Europeans did belt the anthems like this...FIFA would ban it instantly..Imagine the Germans doing this in 2006..people wouldnt thought it was awesome.
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Post by Antarion on Sat Jun 28, 2014 5:02 pm

Kimbo wrote:
Fey wrote:Prepare for 8 minutes of national anthems now...

As soon as the music ends the next song should begin, then when that one ends the ref should run to the center circle and blow the whistle.

and then red card everyone who isn't ready


Nah, its allright, they start earlier even with the anthems to start in time Smile

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Post by Brian 2468 on Sat Jun 28, 2014 5:02 pm

Game on should be a steamer
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Post by BoBo Vieri 32 on Sat Jun 28, 2014 5:15 pm

Fey wrote:Prepare for 8 minutes of national anthems now...

The only thing worse than the long national anthems is the commentators fawning over them..."pure raw emotion". Rolling Eyes

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Re: 2014 World Cup - 1/8 Finals

Post by Brian 2468 on Sat Jun 28, 2014 5:15 pm

Easily could of been two penalties
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Post by DD on Sat Jun 28, 2014 5:16 pm

It seems that everyone's hungry for a penRolling Eyes

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