Point 1)No team qualifies for the world cup being sh*te.
So Panama are a great team then? The winner between Peru and New Zealand will be a cracking side?
Not even Peruvians - you know, people who actually watch Peru on a regular basis - think their team is more talented than Chile or even Paraguay. Based on game results only, Peru actually would've finished 7th, behind Chile and Paraguay - kind of where their level of talent is in this continent, ahead of Ecuador (debatable), Bolivia and Venezuela only. It was thanks to 3 points they received from Bolivia due to an irregular player that they ended up in 5th. But oh well, I wouldn't expect you to know that.
But anyway, that's football: the talented team not always win. Fascinating, isn't it? Or do you think Iceland has more talent than England? Than Holland? Haha, give me a break. You're desperate to save face because I've constantly called you on your bullshit.
Point 2)Plenty of forum users talk sh*te.
I know you speak from personal experience.
I would go with the statistical certainty both these points are true in regards to your opinions on Peru.
I have a feeling you also don't know what "statistical certainty" actually means. It wouldn't be a surprise.
Your whole rational on them being sh*te was based on there quantity of champions league players, when they hardly have any players in the European leagues.
My rationale was based on watching them, and watching many of their players on a regular basis. Two of them I watched live, and often - they play for Flamengo. (Their names are Paolo Guerrero and Miguel Trauco, in case you feel like doing a scouting report on them via google and wikipedia.) The fact Peru don't have players in the Champions League is only an indicative of how poor they actually are, not an argument in itself. I know a simple minded individual like yourself might struggle to understand it.
Now I get it, a bit of research sees Peru sent Brazil out of Copa America. No wonder he keeps calling them sh*te, very bitter.
Just the fact you need to do "a bit of research" to find out about results from a major international football competition says a lot about your "knowledge". Now please give us your scouting report on Guilherme Arana? Or tell us how much of an issue Raheem Sterling's red cards are?
As for being bitter - well, you couldn't possibly be more wrong (again). I was rooting for Peru. Going out in group stage in Copa America was the best thing that could possibly have happened to Brazil - it meant we got rid of Dunga and hired a fantastic coach in Tite.
Don't believe me? That's my post from the time of the competition (I actually watched it as well, I didn't need "a bit of research"):
I never watched Peru play
I rest my case.
You may try as hard as you want mate, you'll always come out as an idiot if you try to pretend you know more than you do.