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[2010-07-03] Germany vs Argentina (WC2010)

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Which Team Will Pass To The Next Round?

Poll ended at Sun Jul 04, 2010 11:50 am

Germany
23
100%
Argentina
0
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Total votes : 23

Re: [2010-07-03] Germany vs Argentina (WC2010)

Postby spotman » Sun Jul 04, 2010 5:57 am

GREAT DISPLAY FROM OUR BOYS...

On another note... Alot of people are saying they feel bad for Messi. That he was crying at the end of the game. I say F*** him. During a friendly against Canada for WC preparations, they beat us 5-0. Messi didn't play, but he was on the bench. After every goal, they would point the camera at Messi and he would be laughing at the Canadians after every goal. What a Fing loser. No class whatsoever. He showed his true colours for sure. You don't see Canada laughing at other countries when we play hockey...
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Re: [2010-07-03] Germany vs Argentina (WC2010)

Postby AvatarX » Sun Jul 04, 2010 7:59 am

spotman wrote:Alot of people are saying they feel bad for Messi. That he was crying at the end of the game.


Just ironically. We don't feel sorry for this spoiled kid :twisted:
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Re: [2010-07-03] Germany vs Argentina (WC2010)

Postby FCBayernMunchen » Sun Jul 04, 2010 9:47 am

EQ Kimball wrote:It is great to see all our national team comprised of Bundesliga players and especially Bayern players.

I feel great about this, I really do hope we beat Spain, and if we do we win the cup too.

Guys, if we actually God-Willin win this cup, nobody can say a single THING for a VERY long time. Because we had the TOUGHEST road possible;

England, Argentina, Spain, Holland.

No breaks.


Not to mention one of the toughest groups. I think only Brazil's group was harder than ours.
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Re: [2010-07-03] Germany vs Argentina (WC2010)

Postby Element » Sun Jul 04, 2010 10:05 am

Every Sports Media source say that Germany is the Best NT in the world cup right now after the 2 4s against england and Argentina

All these Newspapers and TV Channels used to Say that Spain is the number 1 , but they changed their mind

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Re: [2010-07-03] Germany vs Argentina (WC2010)

Postby Element » Sun Jul 04, 2010 5:09 pm

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Re: [2010-07-03] Germany vs Argentina (WC2010)

Postby YlonenXabi » Sun Jul 04, 2010 5:30 pm

I don't like Maradona, even though he is a funny guy... but when I saw him almost crying yesterday I have to say that I felt a bit sad for him.
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Re: [2010-07-03] Germany vs Argentina (WC2010)

Postby MrLinky » Sun Jul 04, 2010 5:30 pm

So kissing and hugging every player before and right after the match does not make you a world-class coach ? Well, that's gonna come as a real surprise for Maradona. Hated all the hype that surrounded him for nothing, finally exposed as the clueless coach he really is.

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Re: [2010-07-03] Germany vs Argentina (WC2010)

Postby tappinho » Sun Jul 04, 2010 6:12 pm

Element wrote:DIEGO HOME


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Re: [2010-07-03] Germany vs Argentina (WC2010)

Postby nur4bayern » Mon Jul 05, 2010 12:20 am

Another reason to hate Diego Maradona...

From the UK's Daily Inquirer:
The Argentinean team, headed by world famous football player turned coach, Diego Maradona lost his temper after his team lost fair and square against a strong German team, 4-0.

Frustrated, Maradona said that this was “the most disappointing moment in my life.”

The loss was obviously upsetting Maradona who turned his anger to the German fans who were behind the Argentinean bench. His daughter, Dalma had to rush to the scene to calm his dad.

A translation of the report read:

Argentina national team coach Diego Maradona had an altercation with German fans after the end of the match that marked the elimination of said team from the 2010 South Africa World Cup.

Apparently upset over post game celebrations by fans located behind the Argentinean bench, Maradona approached and scolded them, until Dalma, one of his daughters, entered the field and contained him.

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