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      Women's World Cup 2019

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      heimdall
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      Re: Women's World Cup 2019
      Reply #75: Jun 24, 2019 11:19:41 am
      You should see what is being said by English media and supporters about Cameroon. More than spiteful and nasty.

      What, the noble Cameroon team who behaved like children and refused to play on 2 occasions? BTW I have now watched the highlights and every single decision was correct, so shut up with this nonsense, you lost deal with it! Its not like the Cameroon team had any hope of winning any way.
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      Reply #76: Jun 24, 2019 12:09:27 pm
      Thought they behaved like women actually  :f_tongueincheek:

      The decisions were correct, but I can understand their frustration. There will be much more frustration as VAR is used more widely, and as I say, it may be different if England suffer defeat by it too. Bet they won't be coming out with "rules are the rules" then.

      I did not lose - Cameroon are not my team by the way.  :lmao:
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      Reply #77: Jun 24, 2019 01:12:28 pm
      Only thing I've seen was the Cameroon goal ruled out for offside.  Very tight but VAR got the correct decision. 

      Saw the 'spit' and to be honest I still haven't decided if it was deliberate or not and that's after about 12 hours.
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      Reply #78: Jun 24, 2019 01:48:08 pm
      Saw the 'spit' and to be honest I still haven't decided if it was deliberate or not and that's after about 12 hours.

      If a player is standing so close to you, why would you spit in that direction and at that angle? I think it was deliberate.
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      Reply #79: Jun 24, 2019 09:40:35 pm
      You should see what is being said by English media and supporters about Cameroon. More than spiteful and nasty.

      I've heard a spectrum of opinions from the British media, but the fact stands, VAR got the offside calls correct.

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      Reply #80: Jun 24, 2019 10:08:38 pm
      Aye, the rules are the rules. But some of the comments being made about Cameroon are borderline racist.

      Hope England face a similar circumstance and we'll see how they react.

      I see two more penalties today for USA. Has any penalty been validly saved yet? Keeper is rooted down and the kicker has a huge advantage.

      Edit: haha, so just tonight a penalty is saved. Poor penalty though. But it is possible after all
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      Reply #81: Jun 25, 2019 04:02:35 am
      Only thing I've seen was the Cameroon goal ruled out for offside.  Very tight but VAR got the correct decision. 

      Saw the 'spit' and to be honest I still haven't decided if it was deliberate or not and that's after about 12 hours.

      To me it wasn't deliberate.
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      Reply #82: Jun 25, 2019 02:15:07 pm
      You should see what is being said by English media and supporters about Cameroon. More than spiteful and nasty.
       

      Not a chip, you've got a full sack of king edwards on ya shoulder. :tosser:
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      Reply #83: Jun 26, 2019 06:47:46 pm
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      Reply #84: Jun 27, 2019 06:04:06 pm
      Can't decide if i wanna go out to the pub to watch England v Norway this afternoon?
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      Reply #85: Jun 27, 2019 08:36:58 pm
      The replay and freeze frame I have seen shows that the Cameroon players heel was about 1 inch offside at best prior to Cameroon's goal.

      Therefore it can't be given as offside by VAR.



      Shes f**king offside. Black, white, African or Australian. Offside.
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      Reply #86: Jun 27, 2019 08:58:58 pm
      Shes f**king offside. Black, white, African or Australian. Offside.

      I see you are very late to the discussion and didn't read past that post.  ;D

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      Reply #87: Jun 28, 2019 08:44:30 pm
      I've been watching the WWC and the US. The US Back Crystal Dunn is a phenomenal defender. Shes a shutdown back. Great on the 1v1 and tackles. Shes single handedly shutting down a lot of the French play. She was great vs Spain and Sweden. 
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      Reply #88: Jun 29, 2019 02:48:47 am
      I've been watching the WWC and the US. The US Back Crystal Dunn is a phenomenal defender. Shes a shutdown back. Great on the 1v1 and tackles. Shes single handedly shutting down a lot of the French play. She was great vs Spain and Sweden.

      Almost as good as your local rec league middle school boy  :lmao:
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      Reply #89: Jul 02, 2019 04:31:43 pm
      Hoping England beat USA tonight. Can't stand that USA team.

      But if England do go out, it's got to be via a controversial/tight VAR call.  ;)

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      Reply #90: Jul 02, 2019 05:02:16 pm
      Hoping England beat USA tonight. Can't stand that USA team.

      But if England do go out, it's got to be via a controversial/tight VAR call.  ;)

      USA! USA! USA!

      Though someone needs to do a job on that thundercunt Rapinoe and knock her the f**k out.
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      Reply #91: Jul 02, 2019 05:26:14 pm
       ;D that's actually the main reason why I want USA to lose. Bet Trump does too.
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      Reply #92: Jul 02, 2019 05:53:44 pm
      ;D that's actually the main reason why I want USA to lose. Bet Trump does too.

      I usually support any team against England, but tonight, I hope her two weeks of fame will be over!
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      Re: Women's World Cup 2019
      Reply #93: Jul 02, 2019 07:32:23 pm
      After 5gls in 4 games Rapinoe not in starting XI. Ballsy move by Ellis but f**k that c**t.
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      Reply #94: Jul 02, 2019 08:17:30 pm
      This USA side look far, far too good for England.
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      Reply #95: Jul 02, 2019 08:19:15 pm
      1-1 now :D
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      Reply #96: Jul 02, 2019 08:51:19 pm
      I want to, despite it being physically and medically impossible, have Alex Morgan’s babies.
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      Re: Women's World Cup 2019
      Reply #97: Jul 02, 2019 08:52:05 pm
      Women's football has undoubtedly improved, but still a bit meh. Feels weird watching and knowing what should happen, but the reality does not match. Guess it would be the same watching lower league football.

      There is a total mismatch across the pitch which is also a bit odd. A decent player will come up against a poor player, and it all goes a bit mad. Not just in ability but also physical presence. Some of these girls cannot run or lack composure when pressed.

      Is what it is eh?

      USA much superior though and fully deserve to be ahead.
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      Re: Women's World Cup 2019
      Reply #98: Jul 02, 2019 09:28:45 pm
      VAR is so freaking tough.  The England striker was maybe three inches offside.
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      Re: Women's World Cup 2019
      Reply #99: Jul 02, 2019 09:30:18 pm
      England struggling to get out their own half

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