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Old 18th June 2002, 17:49
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Talking World cup

With France, Argentina, Portugal, Mexico & now Italy out.

Who's going to win the World Cup?

Will the USA beat Germany? - Its soccer to all you Americans, but its really called football, because you generally kick a ball (spherical ball shaped object) with your feet.

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Old 18th June 2002, 18:49
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Old 18th June 2002, 20:05
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I think it's pretty obvious with alot of big teams gone there's only one team left to save FIFA's face and that's Brazil. No need to tell how Belgium was cheated out of victory over Brazil!

From a dutch newspaper today:
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... FIFA wants Brazil to win, the public wants Brazil to win so the referee thought it was wise to disallow a perfectly valid goal from the Belgians...
And usually the Dutch papers are not very nice about Belgian football!
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Old 18th June 2002, 20:47
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Because the time difference I am forced to go watch soccer at a bar at 7.30am, so Germany better wins - or I am p...

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Old 18th June 2002, 21:51
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England!!

I vote for England, the homeland of Football to win the world cup!

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Old 18th June 2002, 22:53
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Angry World Cup 2002 is dirty

It's better SENEGAL .

Today , the soccer is dirty ( Spain - Eire , Italy - Croatia , Italy - Mexico , Brazil - Belgium , Brazil - Turchia , Italy - South Corea , Usa - Mexico , Paraguay - South Africa , Rivaldo ), this is only solution .

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Old 18th June 2002, 22:58
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World Cup!

Let's hope USA is going to beat Germany! I still remember the final in 1974 when Germany won against The Netherlands and the quarter final (I think) in 82 when they won against France (3-3 at full time, Germany won after penalties), and I have never liked German football after these games. They didn't deserve to win.
Who is going to win the World Cup?
I hope for England (they still talk about 1966 and it's time to give them something else to talk about), but I don't think they are strong enough. I guess Spain will win this year, they have never won the World Cup, one time have to be the first.
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Old 18th June 2002, 23:20
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USA - I hope.

Well I hope the USA wins it.

And for Smiffy one of the announcers during one match discussed the term soccer. He said it was originally created by the English and not an American term. Had something to do with them needing to tell the difference between Rugby(I think) and Football. But at 4:30am in the morning my brain is not functioning sufficiently.

In our paper the people in Mexico were saying things like "We had to let USA win or they would do embargos and cancel trade agreements. It was all politics.".

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Cool World Cup

Spain, going toward the final. I think we will see Brasil-Spain Final, who will win?. Hope Spain.
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During the nearly two decades that we lived vicariously through the soccer (futbol) escapades of our kids (youth house leagues, select travel, Olympic Development, college, international tournaments, national teams, US Olympic Fest…), we could never figure out where the young players learned how – in the face of an open net – to either whiff the shot or place it 10 rows into the stands. Finally, with somewhat decent coverage of the 2002 World Cup on U.S. television, we realize that they were merely emulating the pros.

There’s probably a message there for Baan professionals. But how many of us will admit it?

Oh yeah, my predictions? If the USA can get away with an un-called handball in the box in each of its remaining matches, we could go to the final four.

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I hope the USA or Senegal. It's time for a big shock in the FIFA world. Germany doesn't have the team strength as they did in the past. The spanish side has great talent but missing the urge to win. Brazil, well enough said. And England, too much pressure will keep them from performing the best.
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Remember the words from Gary Lineker, the famous player and expert from England.

In the build-up to the World Cup in America 1994, when asked to
explain the game to its new audience he was famously quoted as saying that football is a game of 90 minutes which ended when the whistle went and the Germans had won.

Nothing to say more ......

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I am not an expert but I understood that the definition of football is: 22 people on a field kicking at a ball and at the end Germany has won.
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Hey Han,

You always have to allow for the odd exception to the rule. Germany NOT winning that is
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