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Post  SURCALMEX on Mon Jun 14, 2010 12:32 am

JinkyRctongs wrote:

LOL I bet for the British this felt like a lost
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Post  JinkyRctongs on Mon Jun 14, 2010 1:36 am

The fact they thought they were playing "The British" is retarded all by itself.
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Post  chang on Mon Jun 14, 2010 5:55 pm

JinkyRctongs wrote:The fact they thought they were playing "The British" is retarded all by itself.
thats fucked up on so many levels....

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Post  wolfman on Thu Jun 17, 2010 4:58 pm

MEXICO RRA RRA RAA
MEXICO RAA RAA RAA


H I S T O R I C O 2-0 MEJICO defeats France

CINCO DE MAYO ALL OVER AGAIN !!!
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Post  W.Devil on Sun Jun 20, 2010 7:50 am

Why in the fuck did that last goal by the USA against Slovenia not count? Kind of bullshit was that...that was an epic comeback.
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Post  wolfman on Sun Jun 20, 2010 6:19 pm

u.s got robbed on that one.. should of had the win and the 3 points that went with it

some referees are not all there sometimes

there's quite a big push going on --trying to get FIFA to move into the 20th century and allow for instant replay

what do you think?
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Post  Drunky McThuggerton on Wed Jun 23, 2010 1:28 pm

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http://msn.foxsports.com/foxsoccer/worldcup/story/landon-donovan-lifts-usa-to-late-glory-and-place-in-world-cup-knockout-stage


Landon Donovan scored a stunning goal in the first minute of injury time, advancing the United States to the second round at the World Cup with a 1-0 win over Algeria.

With the U.S. perhaps three minutes from elimination Wednesday, Donovan brought the ball upfield on a counterattack and Jozy Altidore's shot on the breakaway was tipped by Clint Dempsey into goalkeeper Rais Bolihi. The rebound went to Donovan, who kicked it in from about 8 yards for one of the biggest goals in U.S. soccer history.


USA VS. ALGERIA
The United States faces a must-win World Cup clash with Algeria with a spot in the knockout round at stake.
"I've been through a lot in the last four years," Donovan said half an hour after the end, crying and his voice cracked. "I'm so glad it culminated this way. When you try to do things the right way, it's good to get rewarded."

While he was speaking underneath the stands in the interview room, American fans were still in the stadium, waving flags and blowing vuvuzelas in celebration.

The win, the first World Cup victory for the U.S. in eight years, gave the Americans first place in Group C. With just its fifth shutout in World Cup play, the United States (1-0-2) won a group for the first time since 1930 and will face the runner-up in Group D on Saturday.

After his U.S. record 44th international goal, Donovan joyously ran to the corner flag, sliding headfirst in a belly flop, and his teammates ran down the touchline to mob him. Donovan was in tears when the game ended and the United States had moved into the second round.

"Clint made a good run in the middle, the ball fell to me ... time kind of stopped," Donovan said. "You can't miss from there."

As the final whistle sounded, the U.S. bench raced onto the field and piled on top of the players on the far sideline. At midfield, Steve Cherundolo and Jay DeMerit collapsed to the ground. They all bearhugged Donovan, who with his fourth World Cup goal tied Bert Patenaude (1930) as the American leader.

"That was a really special feeling," U.S. coach Bob Bradley said. "These guys put a lot into it, they never quit.

"We're proud. We finished first in our group. Five points, didn't lose a match. So we're ready."

As the team returned to the sideline, goalkeeper Tim Howard bounced up and down in elation. Benny Feilhaber took a water bottle and sprayed his teammates, champagne-like.

"We're not done yet," Donovan said. "We believe, man. We're alive, baby."

England (1-0-2), which beat Slovenia moments earlier, also had five points but finished second because the U.S. scored four goals to two for the English. Slovenia (1-1-1) was third with four points, missing advancing because of Donovan's heroics. Algeria (0-2-1) was last with one point.

Until Donovan's goal, it appeared the officiating would again be the focus.

Dempsey put the ball in the net in the 21st minute off the rebound of Herculez Gomez's shot. But the goal was called offside, just as Maurice Edu's late goal was disallowed against Slovenia last week, a score that would have given the Americans a victory. Replays appeared to show Dempsey was onside.

Dempsey had another great chance in the 57th minute when Michael Bradley stole the ball and sent Altidore streaking down the right side. Altidore crossed, but Dempsey's hit the goalpost. He shot wide on the rebound.

Howard earned the first shutout in World Cup play for the U.S. since the 2-0 victory over Mexico in the second round in 2002.

The U.S. kept up its pattern of good and bad World Cups. The Americans were knocked out in the first round in 1990, 1998 and 2006, but went to the second round in 1994 and reached the quarterfinals in 2002.



Bob Bradley revamped his lineup in an effort to add speed. Jonathan Bornstein, the American player most maligned by fans, started at left back. Captain Carlos Bocanegra shifted from the left to the center, with the coach sitting center back Oguchi Onyewu. Edu started in central midfield in place of Jose Torres and Gomez, who made the World Cup roster in a surprise, started at forward for Robbie Findley, suspended for yellow card accumulation.

Algeria was making its third World Cup appearance following first-round elimination in 1982 and 1986.

Clinton congratulated the U.S. players in the locker room after the game.

The U.S. had eight shots on goal to three for Algeria, and the Americans were on the edge until the very end.

Finally, though, Donovan connected.

Lineups:

United States: Tim Howard, Steve Cherundolo, Jay DeMerit, Carlos Bocanegra, Jonathan Bornstein (DaMarcus Beasley, 79), Landon Donovan, Michael Bradley, Maurice Edu (Edson Buddle, 64), Clint Dempsey, Herculez Gomez (Benny Feilhaber, 46), Jozy Altidore.

Algeria: Rais Bolhi, Madjid Bougherra, Nadir Belhadj, Anther Yahia, Rafik Halliche, Medhi Lacen, Rafik Djebbour (Abdelkader Ghezzal, 65), Karim Matmour (Rafik Zaifi, 85), Karim Ziani (Adlane Guedioura, 69) Hassen Yebda, Fouad Kadir.

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Post  EastRider on Wed Jun 23, 2010 9:43 pm

i couldnt reed all six fuckin pages of this but i dont see why haters say futbal is not a sport and shit. i dont watch it cuz i cant just sit and watch without getting bored. its the same reason i cant watch porn. it just feels weird to be watching instead of doing it lol. also i love vuvuzelas lol

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Post  JinkyRctongs on Wed Jun 23, 2010 9:46 pm

USA will play Ghana in the Last 16, England play Germany, all on Saturday.
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Post  W.Devil on Wed Jun 23, 2010 10:10 pm

fuck is with those refs man. They waived off another goal for the US today...I don't know all the soccer/football rules but wtf is up with that?
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Post  Drunky McThuggerton on Wed Jun 23, 2010 10:59 pm

CoolStoryBro wrote:fuck is with those refs man. They waived off another goal for the US today...I don't know all the soccer/football rules but wtf is up with that?
the illuminati hates soccer and dont want it to get big on amerikkka

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Post  "Flaco73" on Fri Jun 25, 2010 6:51 pm

Round Of 16
June 26
Uruguay vs. South Korea
USA vs. Ghana
June 27
Germany vs. England
Argentina vs. Mexico (This Is The One I'm Looking Forward 2 Watching) "Revenge"
June 28
Netherlands vs. Slovakia
Brazil vs. Chile
June 29
Paraguay vs. Japan
Spain vs. Portugal
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Post  Drunky McThuggerton on Fri Jun 25, 2010 6:59 pm

wwwwwoooo hhhoooo semis here we come...usa usa usa!!! all of a sudden i like soccer....lol

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Post  FONTAxIE on Fri Jun 25, 2010 8:23 pm

"Flaco73" wrote:Round Of 16
June 26
Uruguay vs. South Korea
USA vs. Ghana
June 27
Germany vs. England
Argentina vs. Mexico (This Is The One I'm Looking Forward 2 Watching) "Revenge"
June 28
Netherlands vs. Slovakia
Brazil vs. Chile
June 29
Paraguay vs. Japan
Spain vs. Portugal

MEXICO NEEDS TO PLAY GOOD FOR THEY CAN WHOOP THAT ARGETINAN ASS
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Post  JinkyRctongs on Fri Jun 25, 2010 9:18 pm

I was wrong, Ghana are actually good, said my last statement without thinkin, but I think USA will win, they seem to have (Not the best squad quality wise) but they seem to have alot of heart and work well as a team.
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Post  wolfman on Sat Jun 26, 2010 7:06 pm

who ever wins on sunday ~> its party time either way

seems like some of you folks here don't really know much about this futbol PASSION

even if argentina drops mejico.. argentina is still one of ours

its the new old world versus them gabachos europeos
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Post  FONTAxIE on Sun Jun 27, 2010 1:15 pm

wolfman wrote:who ever wins on sunday ~> its party time either way

seems like some of you folks here don't really know much about this futbol PASSION

even if argentina drops mejico.. argentina is still one of ours

its the new old world versus them gabachos europeos

NAH FUK THAT MEXICO NEED TO WHOOP THAT ASS Twisted Evil
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Post  wesiderider on Sun Jun 27, 2010 1:33 pm

Chale tamale...we need to take the world from these pinche gringos and establish Latino dominance throught ese vato loco tu sabes one day it'll all be ours simon ramone.....por todo lados vatos banging in their dickies and house shoes....perro I ain't racist I'm pro-raza with a lil hate for the rest.......buuuulllllshhhiiitttt!!!!

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Post  ALCOHOLIC on Sun Jun 27, 2010 2:11 pm

RIDER HOW U FEEL ABOUT THESE REF'S???? IM STARTING TO THINK THEY PICKED THESE SHMUCKS UP FROM THE NBA.. ENGLAND GOT JIPPED OF A GOAL, PEOPLE SAYING INSTANT REPLAY WOULD MAKE THE GAME TOO LONG ARE DUMB AS FUCK, 2 - 3 REPLAYS A GAME AINT GONNA DO SHIT, FUCK IN THE NBA WE GO THROUGH LIKE 30 OF THEM A GAME

MIGHT BE THE LAST WC I WATCH IF THESE FOOLS KEEP FUCKING TEAMS OVER
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Post  JinkyRctongs on Sun Jun 27, 2010 2:24 pm

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Post  wesiderider on Sun Jun 27, 2010 3:04 pm

ALCOHOLIC wrote:RIDER HOW U FEEL ABOUT THESE REF'S???? IM STARTING TO THINK THEY PICKED THESE SHMUCKS UP FROM THE NBA.. ENGLAND GOT JIPPED OF A GOAL, PEOPLE SAYING INSTANT REPLAY WOULD MAKE THE GAME TOO LONG ARE DUMB AS FUCK, 2 - 3 REPLAYS A GAME AINT GONNA DO SHIT, FUCK IN THE NBA WE GO THROUGH LIKE 30 OF THEM A GAME

MIGHT BE THE LAST WC I WATCH IF THESE FOOLS KEEP FUCKING TEAMS OVER
....lol...on the serio tho, eventually every damn sport will have the re-play.....maybe what they need is more refs per game......shit like a ref per player!!!!!then hopefully they get some off these calls right....you know where I stand on this...if one team out hustles the other ,then,there it is.....regardless my dislike for a team, I'd rather that team lose based on effort not so much a controversial call......

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Post  ALCOHOLIC on Sun Jun 27, 2010 4:21 pm

if england got that goal the momentum of the game would of swayed probably. then england just started attacking leaving a lot of areas open to get scored on.. it's just sad to see teams make it this far only to get fucked over by the ref's... it's the world cup for christ sakes, basically the olympics of soccer, GET YOUR REF'S ON POINT
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Post  FONTAxIE on Sun Jun 27, 2010 4:41 pm

SHIT IF THE DUMB REF WOULD OF HAD EYES HE WOULD OF CALLED THAT OFFSIDES N THE MOMENTUM WOULDA STILL BEEN WITH MEXICO
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Post  wolfman on Mon Jun 28, 2010 4:20 pm

....you know where I stand on this...if one team out hustles the other, then,there it is ......

that's the way i look at it ^ ^

i don't care much for instant replay.. replay takes the momentum out of a game
and when the game is hot and your boys are on a roll, you can't STOP them cold like that
IT KILLS THE GAME and commercialism takes over !!
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Post  wesiderider on Mon Jun 28, 2010 5:08 pm

wolfman wrote:
....you know where I stand on this...if one team out hustles the other, then,there it is ......

that's the way i look at it ^ ^

i don't care much for instant replay.. replay takes the momentum out of a game
and when the game is hot and your boys are on a roll, you can't STOP them cold like that
IT KILLS THE GAME and commercialism takes over !!
As you stated earlier in the topic,many of these countries have national pride at stake, David and Goliath type thing......I feel they should double the refs...that way those dudes on that field hustling like mad dogs can stay focused on the task @ hand....

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