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2014 FIFA World Cup 2.0

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Posted: 6/17/2014 6:59 PM

2014 FIFA World Cup 2.0 


Lets keep the tradition of FUTBOL going!





First person to post in this thread LOVES HIM SOME SOCCER.

(And the winner goes to partizanpack!!!) What a fan.

Last edited 6/17/2014 7:23 PM by Dontevergiveup

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Posted: 6/17/2014 7:11 PM

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wrong forum dude
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Posted: 6/17/2014 7:48 PM

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Eric Leak could have stopped the goal Russia gave up.
                                                                                
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Posted: 6/17/2014 8:17 PM

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wrong forum dude

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How hard is that to understand?

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Posted: 6/17/2014 8:33 PM

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wrong forum dude

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Go away.
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Posted: 6/17/2014 8:48 PM

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You're posting the same thing in the baseball, NASCAR, hockey, golf etc threads too right?


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wrong forum dude

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Posted: 6/17/2014 8:50 PM

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lol at Brazil. And the douchebags that continue to to post douchey comments about soccer in a soccer thread. Win!

GO PACK!

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Posted: 6/17/2014 9:04 PM

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packowuvs wrote: lol at Brazil. And the douchebags that continue to to post douchey comments about soccer in a soccer thread. Win!
The douchey douchebags have yet to show up. They'll be upset you called it soccer instead of football. :P
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Posted: 6/17/2014 9:26 PM

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^^You lickspittling of charlotte smellfungus milksop

Where is the pettifogger?

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You are off your trolly. I bet soccer is big in Hitler City, cor? Bugger off, while these wankers waffle on about how the thread has gone pear shaped.

How are the friendly pitch dual matches coming on, and don't fanny about!

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Posted: 6/17/2014 9:54 PM

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PackMan97 wrote:
packowuvs wrote: lol at Brazil. And the douchebags that continue to to post douchey comments about soccer in a soccer thread. Win!
The douchey douchebags have yet to show up. They'll be upset you called it soccer instead of football. :P
Start a soccer thread and they troll themselves.

GO PACK!

Posted: 6/17/2014 10:20 PM

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Looking forward to Chile-Spain tomorrow.  Will Spain be able to bounce back. 

Amazing you have Spain - Chile - Netherlands in one group and Argentina - BIH (not bad) -- Nigeria - Iran in another.  I know its a blind draw, etc...but still quite unbalanced.
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Posted: 6/17/2014 11:24 PM

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I've tried to watch soccer but watching a bunch of guys failing to score for 3 hours reminds me too much of my Edwards Grocery days :)

Posted: 6/17/2014 11:31 PM

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David37 wrote: I've tried to watch soccer but watching a bunch of guys failing to score for 3 hours reminds me too much of my Edwards Grocery days :)

Which 3 hr game you watching?

I get Americans are short-attention spanned and reared on video games so need instant action....but anyone who watched the Brazil - Mexico game today and was not entertained has no pulse.  It was up and down action for the most part.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 12:36 AM

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my favorite soccer strategy is pretend to be injured until the whistle is blown, get a fee kick, not score and run back down the to the other end of the field and have the other team try the exact same strategy. It's so beautiful. I fully understand why it is called the "Beautiful Game."
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Posted: 6/18/2014 12:45 AM

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David37 wrote: I've tried to watch soccer but watching a bunch of guys failing to score for 3 hours reminds me too much of my Edwards Grocery days :)



Ha Ha       Nice
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Posted: 6/18/2014 3:56 AM

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Fabio Coentrao is out for the rest of the World Cup. So he and Pepe will be missing from their backline. Great news for us. The goalie picked up an injury too, don't know if they're sure he'll play Sunday. Almeida is out too, but he's a donkey anyway.


Also, very annoyed that we went from by far the fittest team at World Cups to introducing "modern" training methods that resulted in guys cramping up, muscles tightening up, and a snapped hammy. In game 1.

Last edited 6/18/2014 3:58 AM by tintinisahottie

Posted: 6/18/2014 5:53 AM

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blind my a**
PackChem91 wrote: Looking forward to Chile-Spain tomorrow.  Will Spain be able to bounce back. 

Amazing you have Spain - Chile - Netherlands in one group and Argentina - BIH (not bad) -- Nigeria - Iran in another.  I know its a blind draw, etc...but still quite unbalanced.

Posted: 6/18/2014 6:15 AM

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tintinisahottie wrote: Fabio Coentrao is out for the rest of the World Cup. So he and Pepe will be missing from their backline. Great news for us. The goalie picked up an injury too, don't know if they're sure he'll play Sunday. Almeida is out too, but he's a donkey anyway.


Also, very annoyed that we went from by far the fittest team at World Cups to introducing "modern" training methods that resulted in guys cramping up, muscles tightening up, and a snapped hammy. In game 1.

Very odd with the injuries.  We're the only team that I've seen with multiple muscle injuries and cramping.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 7:29 AM

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So when is our next game (in eastern 'murrican time)?


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Posted: 6/18/2014 7:36 AM

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So when is our next game (in eastern 'murrican time)?

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Is google broken?

Posted: 6/18/2014 7:42 AM

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I've tried to watch soccer but watching a bunch of guys failing to score for 3 hours reminds me too much of my Edwards Grocery days :)

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You have obviously never watched a soccer game based on your post.

Posted: 6/18/2014 7:43 AM

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Yeah I don't believe the whole,blind crap.

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blind my a**
PackChem91 wrote: Looking forward to Chile-Spain tomorrow.  Will Spain be able to bounce back. 

Amazing you have Spain - Chile - Netherlands in one group and Argentina - BIH (not bad) -- Nigeria - Iran in another.  I know its a blind draw, etc...but still quite unbalanced.


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Posted: 6/18/2014 7:44 AM

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PackLawyer04 wrote:


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I've tried to watch soccer but watching a bunch of guys failing to score for 3 hours reminds me too much of my Edwards Grocery days :)

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You have obviously never watched a soccer game based on your post.
For the humor-challenged, ithis is what is commonly referred to as a "joke" biggrin

Posted: 6/18/2014 8:12 AM

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I'm still waiting on WolfTim and Partizan to tell us to place basketball discussions in the Olympic sports board...
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Posted: 6/18/2014 8:19 AM

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Sec17WufPacker wrote: I'm still waiting on WolfTim and Partizan to tell us to place basketball discussions in the Olympic sports board...
Look up, they don't waste time.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 8:23 AM

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PackLawyer04 wrote:


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So when is our next game (in eastern 'murrican time)?

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Is google broken?
Cute...and original!


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Posted: 6/18/2014 8:29 AM

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tintinisahottie wrote: Fabio Coentrao is out for the rest of the World Cup. So he and Pepe will be missing from their backline. Great news for us. The goalie picked up an injury too, don't know if they're sure he'll play Sunday. Almeida is out too, but he's a donkey anyway.


Also, very annoyed that we went from by far the fittest team at World Cups to introducing "modern" training methods that resulted in guys cramping up, muscles tightening up, and a snapped hammy. In game 1.

Very odd with the injuries.  We're the only team that I've seen with multiple muscle injuries and cramping.

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With that level of training it is very troubling.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 8:38 AM

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Otter74 wrote:
tintinisahottie wrote: Fabio Coentrao is out for the rest of the World Cup. So he and Pepe will be missing from their backline. Great news for us. The goalie picked up an injury too, don't know if they're sure he'll play Sunday. Almeida is out too, but he's a donkey anyway.


Also, very annoyed that we went from by far the fittest team at World Cups to introducing "modern" training methods that resulted in guys cramping up, muscles tightening up, and a snapped hammy. In game 1.

Very odd with the injuries.  We're the only team that I've seen with multiple muscle injuries and cramping.
Not the only team, England had players dropping in their opener and Portugal comes into our game limping both physically and figuratively -see tintins post you quoted. So far as I understand it, we're only missing Altidore. Ghana is probably the fastest and most athletic and physical team of anyone in the WC, a stressful tempo of play, especially considering the loss of a key player.

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Posted: 6/18/2014 8:40 AM

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OK ... big, big match today. Yes, match ... suck it

Spain vs Chile at 3:00 Eastern 'Merican time

A lot of people seem to expect Spain to bounce back from that debacle against the Dutch and resume their dominance, but this Chilean team is a handful and a half. One of the better attacking teams in the whole tournament (Alexis Sanchez is a gem) and hard as nails ... and playing on their home continent in front of half a stadium of rabid supporters. This will be areal test for Spain and I'm not sure they're up for it.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 8:43 AM

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Packsman wrote:
Otter74 wrote:
tintinisahottie wrote: Fabio Coentrao is out for the rest of the World Cup. So he and Pepe will be missing from their backline. Great news for us. The goalie picked up an injury too, don't know if they're sure he'll play Sunday. Almeida is out too, but he's a donkey anyway.


Also, very annoyed that we went from by far the fittest team at World Cups to introducing "modern" training methods that resulted in guys cramping up, muscles tightening up, and a snapped hammy. In game 1.

Very odd with the injuries.  We're the only team that I've seen with multiple muscle injuries and cramping.
Not the only team, England had players dropping in their opener and Portugal comes into our game limping both physically and figuratively -see tintins post you quoted. So far as I understand it, we're only missing Altidore. Ghana is probably the fastest and most athletic and physical team of anyone in the WC, a stressful tempo of play, especially considering the loss of a key player.
Yeah ... the humidity has been causing cramping issues for a lot of players. It's been rare to watch any random second half and not see guys on the ground getting stretched out by trainers. It's by no means just the US that's had issues with hydration.

The hamstrings? Stuff happens, and it sounds like Besler will at least be available on Sunday if not fully fit to play.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 8:44 AM

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livewolves wrote: OK ... big, big match today. Yes, match ... suck it

Spain vs Chile at 3:00 Eastern 'Merican time

A lot of people seem to expect Spain to bounce back from that debacle against the Dutch and resume their dominance, but this Chilean team is a handful and a half. One of the better attacking teams in the whole tournament (Alexis Sanchez is a gem) and hard as nails ... and playing on their home continent in front of half a stadium of rabid supporters. This will be areal test for Spain and I'm not sure they're up for it.
You know... with the game being in South America and their awful display in the first game; I am expecting Chile to win this one. I obviously could be proven wrong because Spain is loaded, but I wouldn't be surprised to see them go down again.

Posted: 6/18/2014 8:46 AM

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UriahHeepPack wrote:


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tintinisahottie wrote: Fabio Coentrao is out for the rest of the World Cup. So he and Pepe will be missing from their backline. Great news for us. The goalie picked up an injury too, don't know if they're sure he'll play Sunday. Almeida is out too, but he's a donkey anyway.


Also, very annoyed that we went from by far the fittest team at World Cups to introducing "modern" training methods that resulted in guys cramping up, muscles tightening up, and a snapped hammy. In game 1.

Very odd with the injuries.  We're the only team that I've seen with multiple muscle injuries and cramping.

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With that level of training it is very troubling.
Wasn't there only one muscle issue? Besler was stepped on.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 8:48 AM

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Sec17WufPacker wrote:
UriahHeepPack wrote:


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tintinisahottie wrote: Fabio Coentrao is out for the rest of the World Cup. So he and Pepe will be missing from their backline. Great news for us. The goalie picked up an injury too, don't know if they're sure he'll play Sunday. Almeida is out too, but he's a donkey anyway.


Also, very annoyed that we went from by far the fittest team at World Cups to introducing "modern" training methods that resulted in guys cramping up, muscles tightening up, and a snapped hammy. In game 1.

Very odd with the injuries.  We're the only team that I've seen with multiple muscle injuries and cramping.

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With that level of training it is very troubling.
Wasn't there only one muscle issue? Besler was stepped on.
The report I heard after the game said he felt some tightness in his hamstring, probably a bit of cramping.

We are not the only team with muscle issues, given the team we are playing and the conditions of the match it wasn't exactly surprising.

Posted: 6/18/2014 8:50 AM

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A co-worker of mine was born on a US military base in England, left the base at 3 months moved to SC, has never returned to England, and despises US Soccer. He is a huge England fan. He even claims he knows what british fish and chips should taste like.

Because of this "wanka" I hate England with a passion.

Can't wait to watch them lose again tomorrow.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 8:52 AM

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partizanpack wrote: my favorite soccer strategy is pretend to be injured until the whistle is blown, get a fee kick, not score and run back down the to the other end of the field and have the other team try the exact same strategy. It's so beautiful. I fully understand why it is called the "Beautiful Game."
You mean like QB's in football? or Punters in Football?
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Posted: 6/18/2014 8:53 AM

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Sec17WufPacker wrote: A co-worker of mine was born on a US military base in England, left the base at 3 months moved to SC, has never returned to England, and despises US Soccer. He is a huge England fan. He even claims he knows what british fish and chips should taste like.

Because of this "wanka" I hate England with a passion.

Can't wait to watch them lose again tomorrow.
What a douche.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 8:56 AM

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Some of you guys are easily trolled.  If you ignore the trolling, it'll eventually stop.  If you keep feeding it, ...


It's been fun to watch.  I was hoping that Mexico and Brazil would get sucked in by a sink hole, but that's ok. wink




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Posted: 6/18/2014 8:57 AM

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PackLawyer04 wrote:
Yeah I don't believe the whole,blind crap.

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blind my a**
PackChem91 wrote: Looking forward to Chile-Spain tomorrow.  Will Spain be able to bounce back. 

Amazing you have Spain - Chile - Netherlands in one group and Argentina - BIH (not bad) -- Nigeria - Iran in another.  I know its a blind draw, etc...but still quite unbalanced.


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For the record, neither do I.  How would any sane person trust anything FIFA does at face value?  Just look at Russia and Qatar hosting the next WCs.  Thieves.

Posted: 6/18/2014 9:01 AM

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There is a chance that the US or England could win rights to 2022. There is an investigation going on that seems to be leaning that way.
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Posted: 6/18/2014 9:10 AM

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livewolves wrote:
Packsman wrote:
Otter74 wrote:
tintinisahottie wrote: Fabio Coentrao is out for the rest of the World Cup. So he and Pepe will be missing from their backline. Great news for us. The goalie picked up an injury too, don't know if they're sure he'll play Sunday. Almeida is out too, but he's a donkey anyway.


Also, very annoyed that we went from by far the fittest team at World Cups to introducing "modern" training methods that resulted in guys cramping up, muscles tightening up, and a snapped hammy. In game 1.

Very odd with the injuries.  We're the only team that I've seen with multiple muscle injuries and cramping.
Not the only team, England had players dropping in their opener and Portugal comes into our game limping both physically and figuratively -see tintins post you quoted. So far as I understand it, we're only missing Altidore. Ghana is probably the fastest and most athletic and physical team of anyone in the WC, a stressful tempo of play, especially considering the loss of a key player.
Yeah ... the humidity has been causing cramping issues for a lot of players. It's been rare to watch any random second half and not see guys on the ground getting stretched out by trainers. It's by no means just the US that's had issues with hydration.

The hamstrings? Stuff happens, and it sounds like Besler will at least be available on Sunday if not fully fit to play.
I played tennis for ~2 hours last evening.  It was about 80 degrees with 71% humidity, but we were able to take breaks between switching sides.  It still about killed me.   It has to be just brutal running/sprinting for 45 each half in that heat and humidity there.
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