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Old 07-08-2006, 04:52 PM   #181
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Bad luck today for portugal , they played better . But in a uninspired day of Ricardo , specially Petit and happy day for Schwasteigger or whatever ..... Though I think you guys agree with me a fair result would be 2-2 or somethin like . It looks like Kahn still is in shape.
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Portugal fought well, too bad for them they scored their goal so late in the game...and too bad about the auto-goal. Schweinsteiger's two goals were great though, and Kahn was in very good shape.
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These matches for the 3rd place are always so boring
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Well they didn't win... But never mind the fourth place is good enough!!
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Old 07-08-2006, 05:29 PM   #185
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The most unfair result of this cup... 2-1 or 3-2 for Germany, or a tie with extra-time would have been the normal result... however, extra-time would be painful because these games are really pointless

Unlucky Petit and schweinsteiger was really on fire.

btw, that fucking Ricardo Costa... what a disgrace. how on earth can that idiot play for a national team?? what an awful defender... my dear Jorge Andrade...

All in all, very good perfomance by Portugal, I'm really proud. For a country that hadn't gone through the groups phase for 40 years, a 4th place is f-awesome. We lacked a world-class striker during all the competition (like Henry, Klose,Toni,...) though.

For those who say we don't deserve to be in the 1/2 finals... so, who deserved? England? Argentina? Brazil? Maybe we played the same as those teams, but there was something: WE ALWAYS PLAYED LIKE A TEAM. It makes a lot of difference. Our career in this WC is deserved, period.

Cheers... oh, and I'm rooting for Italy tomorrow... my all-time 2nd national team
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For those who say we don't deserve to be in the 1/2 finals... so, who deserved? England? Argentina? Brazil? Maybe we played the same as those teams, but there was something: WE ALWAYS PLAYED LIKE A TEAM. It makes a lot of difference. Our career in this WC is deserved, period.

Ok , se alguem disse , certamente nao foram os brasileiros , nao precisa tanta ironia com o time nao , nao precisa de mais sal na ferida de um pais que estavam torcendo por voces amigo . Pode ter certeza q o brasil ficou feliz com o desempenho de portugal

Portugal has a really shiny and solid future , there's not a question bout that.
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Ok , se alguem disse , certamente nao foram os brasileiros , nao precisa tanta ironia com o time nao , nao precisa de mais sal na ferida de um pais que estavam torcendo por voces amigo . Pode ter certeza q o brasil ficou feliz com o desempenho de portugal

Portugal has a really shiny and solid future , there's not a question bout that.
Calma aí rapaz, juro por tudo que não houve da minha parte a minima intençao de atacar o Brasil... se vires bem eu disse brasil, argentina, inglaterra, como podia ter continuado e dizer ucrania, espanha, holanda, e outras equipas que ficaram para tràs porque em algum momento falharam como equipa ou perderam a consistencia.

se eu tenho razao de queixa de alguem sao dos ingleses, muitos tiveram mau perder e marcaram a selecçao de portugal e o cristiano ronaldo como inimigos para toda a vida ao que parece. do brasil e dos brasileiros, desta vez, só tenho coisas boas a dizer... eu pensava que mesmo a jogar mal voces chegariam pelo menos ás meias-finais, devido aos talentos individuais... tiveram o azar de apanhar uma frança muito forte e compacta

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Sim... O Brazil sempre nos apoiou mesmo de longe deu pa sentir Espero que também tenhem sentido o nosso apoio em outros mundiais...
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se eu tenho razao de queixa de alguem sao dos ingleses, muitos tiveram mau perder e marcaram a selecçao de portugal e o cristiano ronaldo como inimigos para toda a vida ao que parece. do brasil e dos brasileiros, desta vez, só tenho coisas boas a dizer... eu pensava que mesmo a jogar mal voces chegariam pelo menos ás meias-finais, devido aos talentos individuais... tiveram o azar de apanhar uma frança muito forte e compacta

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Eh eu cansei de argumentar com eles , mas nao tem jeito nao , ingleses sao assim mesmo , eles nao com muita cabeca nao , e basicamente eh isso , eles queriam de todo jeito um bode espiatorio para derrota e caiu sobre o 17 de vcs .... eh choro de perdedor no final das contas , nao liguem

Qto a franca , eh o q eu digo , nao foram eles q ganharam , foi o brasil q nem sequer entrou em campo simples assim , parece q so se lembraram q tava numa copa contra o japao , de resto ........

Anyway With or Without Scolari , good luck in the euro 2008 . A ultima jah foi um resultado bom , quem sabe a sorte ainda nao eh melhor na proxima .

Exato annie , como eu disse nao precisa nem falar de quem sera a torcida daq em 2008
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Our career in this WC is deserved, period.

Sorry but from the second round onwards you score a whole 2 goals, and thats including the 3rd place play off. YOu played a 10 man england and still couldnt score and u played a bad tempered clash with holland.

You like england had a problem scoring goals and without diving or ref's descisions going in your favour the WC would of gone differently not just for portugal, but for most teams.

so saying period is poor judgement.
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Well, I will say that the overall level of this World Cup was mediocre at best... the lowest goal average since 1990 and the highest ever number of yellow and red cards shows that boring football prevailed... after all, look at the teams that made it far, all teams that prefer defensive over offensive football...

And Portugal... well, I think fourth place is ok with them, even though the team never showed much. Perhaps their high point was beating Mexico on the first round, because they never played well after that.

And Germany, well... some people may like being third. But, for me, if you play at home, not winning the World Cup is a failure. And Germany was lucky to even make it that far, as they were outplayed by both Argentina and Italy.

I may sound bitter, but this World Cup was way too boring for my taste. I am praying for an entertaining final tomorrow, but that might be just wishful thinking at this point.
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This WC was boring for one reason and thats the ref's and FIFA's agenda.
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Old 07-08-2006, 07:40 PM   #193
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And that is why the best ref is an Argentine one...
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Bad luck today for portugal , they played better . But in a uninspired day of Ricardo , specially Petit and happy day for Schwasteigger or whatever ..... Though I think you guys agree with me a fair result would be 2-2 or somethin like . It looks like Kahn still is in shape.
What!!! They had 60% of the ball and did nothing with it. And no, a 5 - 1 Germany win would've been a fair result. Do you even watch the games or know anything about soccer I was close in my prediction though... I did say 3 - 0 Germany before the start of the game (yes, I know my shit). And Christina Ronaldo is the biggest cry baby on the planet who deserves the diver of the tournament award. If he only would stop trying to show off and play the fucking game maybe he'd be alright...what a loser
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This WC was boring for one reason and thats the ref's and FIFA's agenda.
Boring??? Are you serious??? Oh, wait is it because you're team is out. Poor thing. No, the last WC was a total disgrace. It's nice to see three top Euro power houses finish in the top three of this tournament.
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