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Old 06-11-2015, 03:48 AM   #31
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Just heard I have to get up really early tomorrow, so no chance of getting to see tonight's match either. Just hope they advance to the next round so I can see at least one match of the entire WC!
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And if U2 EVER did Hawkmoon live....and the version from the Lovetown Tour, my uterus would leave my body and fling itself at Bono - for realz.
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Interesting games yesterday. I wish I had been able to catch one.

Driving up to Winnipeg within the hour. Hope the border isn't too bad.
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Old 06-12-2015, 12:09 PM   #33
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first loss, ah well hope we do well vs Canada then. That's gonna be a challenge!

Have fun tonight!
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Nigeria looking gassed, Australia should be able to hold onto the 2 goal lead. Don't think NGA has a deep bench. And one of their starters will be banned from the next match for that dirty elbow.

USA win or tie tonight, they could rest some players and bring in some like Boxx, Rampone, Rodriguez against Nigeria.
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Massive win for Australia - back on par on goal difference, which is a good position to be in it comes down to best 3rd place getters.

It'd be nice to see the USA slaughter Sweden next - wishful thinking perhaps, but you never know. Huge match, rank 2 vs 5.


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Bleh.

At least the USA back line (particularly Julie Johnston) is playing well, which is nice to see after they sprung leaks all over the place during the 2011 knockout stage.
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Tobin Heath is well rested. Can they please start her against Nigeria?
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I have no idea how that Japanese forward dummied a long cross from in between two defenders, but she did.
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Nigeria surely won't get a point off the States, so a draw against Sweden should be enough.

Fuck, some South American women are ordinary at football. Argentina are usually woeful, and this year Ecuador have conceded 16 goals in their two matches. I shudder at the the thought of what the Champions could do to them in the next game


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I'd like to sleep with all of these women.
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Just wish media outlets would force themselves to cover it better. I think they'd be surprised at the reaction they'd get.
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Bleh.

At least the USA back line (particularly Julie Johnston) is playing well, which is nice to see after they sprung leaks all over the place during the 2011 knockout stage.
Amy Rodriguez play well for her limited time on the field.

I wish we had taken more shots from farther out. I don't think the USA tested Sweden's goalie much. I thought #10 Sofia Jakobsson should have gotten player of the game. She messed with us throughout the game at both ends even if she didn't score.

YES! Start Tobin Heath against Nigeria!
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Massive win for Australia - back on par on goal difference, which is a good position to be in it comes down to best 3rd place getters.

It'd be nice to see the USA slaughter Sweden next - wishful thinking perhaps, but you never know. Huge match, rank 2 vs 5.


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Nice game for Australia--really played well as a team.

Nigeria has some great players, but the best I can figure is that they aren't well coached. Their set plays are terrible, and they don't use the whole field well.

Still, I don't think the USA should overlook them, even if they don't need the win.
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Colombia scored 2 goals on 3 shots on goal to beat France. (though got away with an obvious handball).

Mexico look much improved also. Costa Rica doing well, Cameroon are entertaining, South Korea are pretty solid. Thailand got a win (though they probably won't have fun against Germany.) Switzerland are firepower.

Regardless of Ecuador getting blasted, it was perfect timing to move to 24 teams.
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Old 06-16-2015, 04:11 AM   #45
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Due to the tie with Canada the Dutch women still have a chance at advancing to the next round. Let's hope those matches will be in a better timezone so I can actually watch a match.
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