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Old 06-04-2002, 06:45 PM   #16
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Hey cass...are those your boys?

I bet your jaboticabas are delicious!!!
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I have seen them play better but Juniniho was excellent, Why did we let him go grrrrr
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Go Brasil!
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Old 06-08-2002, 10:43 AM   #19
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It´s all about the "R", you know

I won´t curse anybody this time around , Brasil played better than the first time. Still lots of improvement are necessary though. But I can say I´m almost happy now

Excuse-me but...Marina! Fala aí, onde é que tu andas garota? E aí, viu o jogo? Parece que as coisas melhoraram, pelo menos não fiquei tão furiosa, LOL
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Old 06-08-2002, 10:46 AM   #20
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Puta merda Marina, que bando de mercenários...minha vontade era de chutar o traseiro de cada um...menos do Juninho, pra mim o melhor em campo.

Sorry guys, end of rant in portuguese mbi16 is right, they could do much better than that...but anyways it's our team and we won. Lets see what happens in the next match on Saturday.


Well, i did not see the second half. Sleep did beat me. How can a team win without playing soccer,....watch Brazil and you will know the answer,.....
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Ouch, that hurts Rono, LOL

You know, maybe we´re just lucky, more than good and old Holland
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if Cafu and Roberto Carlos keep playing like they did today
and nothing happens to Ronaldo + Rivaldo
then Brasil is one of the best teams out there
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if Cafu and Roberto Carlos keep playing like they did today
and nothing happens to Ronaldo + Rivaldo
then Brasil is one of the best teams out there


You know Salome...being the only resident Brasilian here (now that mbi16 and Desert Rose are currently living in Dublin) I feel kinda lonely sometimes. Sooooo...come what may, would you hold my hand when we play the final match?

I would love to have all you nice Dutch out there keeping your fingers crossed for Brasil.
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if Brasil keeps this up I will be rooting for them
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You're a good and wise man Salome, thanks.

GO BRASIL!!!

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I hope rivaldo does not hurt itself. I heard, if a ball hits his hand he will hurt his foot.


Beautifull goal by Carlos,....
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LOL again Rono

I agree with you on Roberto Carlos, he was the best player of this 2nd match, along with Cafu. Odd enough Juninho was awful this time around.

Now I'm wondering where my good friend Marina has been...
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Can´t help posting this picture...nice

Brazil's Roberto Carlos (L) celebrates his goal against China with team mate Juninho and Brazil's coach Luiz Felipe Scolari (bottom) in the first half of their World Cup Finals match in Sogwipo June 8, 2002. REUTERS/Andrew Wong

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wow this thread still lives *waves* I'm right here...check out the avatar

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LOL Yes they did play a lot better, I still think they're lacking a little passion, they look a little lazy but at least it was more like a team. As long as Roberto Carlos doesn't attempt any more bicycle kicks to clear the ball out of the area like he so kindly did against France in 98 I'm pretty sure it's in the bag, but I'm not celebrating just yet. And don't worry Maria I'll be there to hold your hand during the final match...*wonders if it's a good idea to take a laptop to a pub*
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Nice avatar!!! Really nice.

You´re right in everything you said. Despite being kinda upset with our Seleção I can´t help feeling so anxious and eager for goals when they´re playing.

The most difficult part for me is still keeping my fingers crossed while biting my nails desperatedly.
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