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Old 06-24-2006, 02:30 PM   #466
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U2Man is from Denmark. Where's your team this time, U2Man?

I have always and will always be a Germany fan!

Why?
How can an Indian become a Germany fan?
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Old 06-24-2006, 02:31 PM   #467
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MMm talkin bout Denmark now , tell me mate where are the whereabout of the Laudrup Brothers .... Always liked the older , dont remember his name , the Midfielder one was fantastic
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umm... cos India never qualifies? I think they win in the Asian level but that's it.

Ever since I watched 'Beckenbauer's Bombers' win Italia 90, I've been a Germany nut.
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How can an Indian become a Germany fan?
How can an Denmarker become a Argentina fan ?
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as much as it pains me to say this...based on who they are up against, i fully expectArgentina will get to at least the semis.


there Pablo, don't say i never give Argentina any credit.
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MMm talkin bout Denmark now , tell me mate where are the whereabout of the Laudrup Brothers .... Always the older , dont remember his , the Midfielder one was fantastic
Finally someone remembering and asking about the Laudrup brothers

Both have stopped playing on a professional level, they're playing a bit of old-boys football now.

The older brother, Michael, has entered the world of coaching. He has been the coach of Brondby IF, one of the two biggest Danish clubs here, for the last 4 years. However, they couldn't agree on prolonging the contract, so he's looking for a new club now. Several Spanish clubs, including Real, have been mentioned.

Brian is running some kind of football school for teenagers (developing talents) and doing a lot of TV jobs.
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How can an Denmarker become a Argentina fan ?
Because he grew up watching some beautiful football from that country, including the World Cup '86. Maradona's solo goal

Now, let's not go further with this, because I don't want to insult any German fans here. (Except maybe Zootlesque, but he can take it )
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As much as I liked the older one , all I can remember is the Brian's face like a queer in 98 In that Game gainst , Brazil , before Rivaldo finished the game , the Brian scored , he's still thankin RC for that one , and he did that gay face , everybody talked bout it
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My team didn't think this World Cup was worth attending. Such shit refs
your team suckS .LOL
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Has Kim Milton Nielsen retired?
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Old 06-24-2006, 02:49 PM   #476
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As much as I liked the older one , all I can remember is the Brian's face like a queer in 98 In that Game gainst , Brazil , before Rivaldo finished the game , the Brian scored , he's still thankin RC for that one , and he did that gay face , everybody talked bout it
Well, he's not gay, if that's any comfort, lol. I think he tried to look like a model or something, it was for fun.

Legendary game that match. Sadly our defence was shit, but if Denmark ever had a chance of beating Brazil in a quarter final at the world cup, this was the moment, I believe.
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speaking of danes...peter schmeichel
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Nah I know , just messin around But that could be hilarious his face , if wasnt so strange . Coz it's like in a big time , pretty tough game everybody expect who scores to put out the frustration and all , and when he did , he did like that Still gotta say , his brother was one of those that really deserved the Shirt #10 .

Anyway let's to the game , mmmm somethin tells me that there's gonna be a penalty story in this game
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Has Kim Milton Nielsen retired?
Yes, he's still a ref in the Danish league, but I think he has retired from international games. Don't know if it is because he is too old now

He could have been useful at this World Cup, though. He was one of the best.
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By the anthems , the Mexicans looked much more into the game than Argentinias , one more reason for root for them , they look like they got more heart today , and a lot of Argentinians didnt even sing it .......

Again I say , its gonna be interesting to see how argentina reacts if they take the 1st goal
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