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      Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea

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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #125: Jun 27, 2018 05:04:22 pm
      Piss poor. The result of taking things easy.
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #126: Jun 27, 2018 05:05:10 pm
      Surely the end for herr scratch und sniff
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #127: Jun 27, 2018 05:06:41 pm
      Surely the end for herr scratch und sniff

       :lmao: :lmao: :lmao:
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #128: Jun 27, 2018 05:10:04 pm
      England are now 4th favourites according to betting odds.
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #129: Jun 27, 2018 05:34:12 pm
      Ok ok...this WC has England's name on it...
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #130: Jun 27, 2018 05:59:19 pm
      Ok ok...this WC has England's name on it...

      I agree :(

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      Reply #131: Jun 27, 2018 06:21:59 pm
      Germany become the 4th defending champion out of the last 5 in failing to progress beyond the group stage.

      In that context maybe it shouldn't be as big a shock as it should be but still - f**king hell!
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #132: Jun 27, 2018 06:31:07 pm
      Germany become the 4th defending champion out of the last 5 in failing to progress beyond the group stage.

      In that context maybe it shouldn't be as big a shock as it should be but still - f**king hell!

      To think, he left out one of City’s best players of last season, done a Wenger and persisted with Ozil too for some bizarre reason, Reus shouldn’t have made the squad either.
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #133: Jun 27, 2018 06:52:16 pm
      Ok ok...this WC has England's name on it...

      As the next 'big' name to go
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      Reply #134: Jun 27, 2018 07:11:39 pm
      To think, he left out one of City’s best players of last season, done a Wenger and persisted with Ozil too for some bizarre reason, Reus shouldn’t have made the squad either.

      By all accounts it seemed that Sane's performances in the games he's played for Germany had been underwhelming and that he didn't work hard enough to integrate himself within the squad. It wasn't early as big a story in Germany as it was in the UK for those reasons. Low was probably right to drop him on those factors. I also think the constant changes in team selection was not a cause of Germany's downfall but indicative of how lethargic they were. For a side who has been consistently brilliant as they were it was probably inevitable that they'd lose that motivation and energy as time went on.
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #135: Jun 27, 2018 07:55:49 pm
      Look I will say this just once!, if you see a German don't mention the VAR!, I mentioned it once but I think I got away with it!

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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #136: Jun 27, 2018 11:09:38 pm
      So with Italy staying at home, and Germany on the next plane back, Brazil will continue to be the world's most successful football nation for another 4 years...
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #137: Jun 28, 2018 02:01:35 am
      So with Italy staying at home, and Germany on the next plane back, Brazil will continue to be the world's most successful football nation for another 4 years...
      I don't think Brazil are as good as France. Neymar will hold Brazil back like Rooney held England back. If Firmino was on instead of Neymar, Brazil would be stronger but it won't happen. The diving, playacting, useless striker has regressed and Brazil won't drop him because he's seen as a local talisman, the rest of the world think he's a Jackass. I'd like to avoid Brazil for now, but I'd rather get them than Croatia, France or Belgium in knockout. Serbia had enough chances to score a bunch and a clinical side would have had a field day. These are chances teams won't get against France.
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #138: Jun 28, 2018 02:11:54 am
      Surprised Germany did not make it when you look at their roster, but in none of the 3 games did they really play all that well and i think deserved to stay behind.

      I imagine Low is out after this? Not just to not make it out of the group, but dead last? unimaginable going into the world cup. And please German FA, no calls to Jürgen.
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #139: Jun 28, 2018 12:39:54 pm
      Even in summer Germany still can't make it to Moscow.
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #140: Jun 28, 2018 12:51:11 pm
      [quote a  Neymar will hold Brazil back like Rooney held England back.                          The diving, playacting, useless striker has regressed and Brazil won't drop him because he's seen as a local talisman, the rest of the world think he's a Jackass




      I think hes being exposed on a world stage as pretty ordinary
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #141: Jun 28, 2018 02:33:17 pm
      So with Italy staying at home, and Germany on the next plane back, Brazil will continue to be the world's most successful football nation for another 4 years...

      [quote a  Neymar will hold Brazil back like Rooney held England back.                          The diving, playacting, useless striker has regressed and Brazil won't drop him because he's seen as a local talisman, the rest of the world think he's a Jackass




      I think hes being exposed on a world stage as pretty ordinary

      Neymar is certainly being exposed as the pr**k we all knew he was. I hate seeing good players cheat though, its the same with Messi and Ronaldo although they aren't quite as bad as Neymar.
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      Re: Group F games. Germany, Mexico, Sweden, South Korea
      Reply #142: Jun 28, 2018 03:26:56 pm
      Neymar is certainly being exposed as the pr**k we all knew he was. I hate seeing good players cheat though, its the same with Messi and Ronaldo although they aren't quite as bad as Neymar.
      It used to be that people would back Brazil when their own team was not in it. Now people dislike Neymar to a point they just want to see Brazil thrashed.

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