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Old 06-25-2002, 07:53 PM   #1
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Two games to save world football

Can Brazil do it?
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Old 06-25-2002, 08:55 PM   #2
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Re: Two games to save world football

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Can Brazil do it?


Nah, Iīm kidding...but I hope so, of course. Turkey is a brave team, and eager for a vendetta. Itīs good that weīll have 3 of the 4 "R" in field tomorrow.

Germany is experienced. Boring, but experienced ... and eager to equal Brasil in number of WC trophies (4). Better have the 4 "R" in field to face Kahn, the great

Weīll see in a few hours...

VAMOS LÁ BRASIL!!!
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Just for that, I'm going to say that I hope Oliver Kahn turns in a Dominik Hasek-esque performance and makes 30 or 40 saves in preserving the clean sheet.
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speedracer, just for the record, I meant to make a compliment to the Germany goalkeeper. Heīs the best. An so are our strikers.
It seems that you didnīt get it. Or I couldnīt manage to convey things right in a foreign language that Iīm still learning.

But oh well...for your previous posts in this forum I donīt expect you rooting for Brasil anyways

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A final Germany vs Brazil may erase some of the embarrasment.

By the way would be the first time they play in a world cup, the 2 best teams in the history of the world cup and still has never play each other, amaizing, eh?

Oh, but Brazil still has to beat Turkey good luck follower
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A final Germany vs Brazil may erase some of the embarrasment.

By the way would be the first time they play in a world cup, the 2 best teams in the history of the world cup and still has never play each other, amaizing, eh?

Oh, but Brazil still has to beat Turkey good luck follower



Done. Now for the next one.

Yeah, Iīm happy.
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speedracer, just for the record, I meant to make a compliment to the Germany goalkeeper. Heīs the best. An so are our strikers.
It seems that you didnīt get it. Or I couldnīt manage to convey things right in a foreign language that Iīm still learning.

But oh well...for your previous posts in this forum I donīt expect you rooting for Brasil anyways

See ya.
follower, I wasn't responding to you. I was replying to bullet's rather crass implication that a Germany win would be bad for world football and that only Brazil could redeem this World Cup. I certainly would not expect you to say anything like that.

I think you thought I was replying to you because my post appeared after yours and because I didn't quote bullet. My fault.
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follower, I wasn't responding to you. I was replying to bullet's rather crass implication that a Germany win would be bad for world football and that only Brazil could redeem this World Cup. I certainly would not expect you to say anything like that.
So speedracer, I apologize. I didnīt get it. Iīm sorry.

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- Brazil's forward Ronaldo (R) celebrates after scoring the first goal against Turkey during match 62 of the 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea Japan semifinals 26 June, 2002 in Saitama, Japan. Celebrating with him are midfielder Kleberson (L) and defender Cafu. AFP PHOTO ANTONIO SCORZA


Brazil's Ronaldo celebrates a goal against Turkey during their World Cup semi-final match in Saitama June 26, 2002. REUTERS/Jim Bourg
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