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post #136 of 1044
off the post!
post #137 of 1044
what's up with the pitch? people keep falling down (and in other games as well, it seems)?

b
post #138 of 1044
Why do they insist on spelling "Checks" that way?

Anyhoo, I'm up 2-0. I'm thinking that no one has ever come back from that in the history of the World Cup.
post #139 of 1044
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Originally Posted by Mr. Checks
Why do they insist on spelling "Checks" that way? Anyhoo, I'm up 2-0. I'm thinking that no one has ever come back from that in the history of the World Cup.
I am going to strangle you with my bare hands Checks! I hope Koller is okay. He looks like he's in some serious pain. Then again, we still look like a bunch of kids playing against the adults out there. b
post #140 of 1044
The US is losing by 2! Damn it!

Jon.
post #141 of 1044
Eddie Johnson and John O'Brien in for the US. This could help. On the one had, Johnny O has much experience, on the other, Eddie is out to impress and has no fear. Edit: Mastroeni and Cherondulo out. b
post #142 of 1044
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Originally Posted by rdawson808
I am going to strangle you with my bare hands Checks!
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b

Look on the bright side, the US has (historically speaking) a 4-in-77 chance of a tie.
post #143 of 1044
The US got SPANKED. From end to end. First touches were bad, couldn't connect passes, and were impotent in the 18-yd box. Sad.

The Czech Rep dominated everything.

bob
post #144 of 1044
Re: Czech Republic. No surprise there. Very good team that is often underestimated. Don't know what their chances are this year though. Who did Portugal play? I'd root for them (even though they were our nemesis in the Euro cup).
post #145 of 1044
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Originally Posted by skalogre
Re: Czech Republic. No surprise there. Very good team that is often underestimated. Don't know what their chances are this year though. Who did Portugal play? I'd root for them (even though they were our nemesis in the Euro cup).

Portugal was rather lackluster in their 1-0 win over former colony, Angola....
post #146 of 1044
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Originally Posted by romafan
Portugal was rather lackluster in their 1-0 win over former colony, Angola....

What do you think of Francesco's new haircut? It may not be new but I have not seen it before.I am not a big fan of long hair on men but I think it definitely suited him more than his new cut.
Lets hope for your sake he will not lose his abilities like Samson.
post #147 of 1044
Italy v. Ghana

Let the diving begin!
post #148 of 1044
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Originally Posted by romafan
Portugal was rather lackluster in their 1-0 win over former colony, Angola....

Wow... pity. Did Angola play well or was Portugal just lacking focus?
post #149 of 1044
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Originally Posted by waldo pepper
What do you think of Francesco's new haircut? It may not be new but I have not seen it before.I am not a big fan of long hair on men but I think it definitely suited him more than his new cut.
Lets hope for your sake he will not lose his abilities like Samson.

That is what his hair looked like in the pre-Scudetto season. I thought he looked good w/ the hair long also (or at least he carried it off better than most). Only saw first half - Francesco had a couple of nice 'screamer' 35 yard free kicks - after the first one the Ghanian keeper (who looked atrocious on corners) made sure to put 4 guys in the wall , plus some nice passing touches. Overall, Italia was dominant - Ghana did have some chances, but they were completely wasted...
post #150 of 1044
I stand corrected, Ghana dove more than Italy.
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