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The World Cup 2014 thread

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Re: The World Cup 2014 thread

Post by notlongnow on 12.06.14 1:08

Englands best assets imo are barkley,sterling and ox.
Sadly i can;t see them getting much of a look in,maybe sterling.
We look better without gerrard and possibly rooney.

Johnson is the weakest link and he could get pulled to pieces.

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Re: The World Cup 2014 thread

Post by petunia on 12.06.14 1:11

fossey i don't think for one minute England will win it..I am thinking more violence towards the British fans,i have a bad feeling about this world cup..

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Re: The World Cup 2014 thread

Post by fossey on 12.06.14 1:12

@notlongnow wrote:Englands best assets imo are barkley,sterling and ox.
Sadly i can;t see them getting much of a look in,maybe sterling.
We look better without gerrard and possibly rooney.

Johnson is the weakest link and he could get pulled to pieces.
Hodgson not got the bottle to start with one of those let alone all three.

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Re: The World Cup 2014 thread

Post by fossey on 12.06.14 1:13

@petunia wrote:fossey i don't think for one minute England will win it..I am thinking more violence towards the British fans,i have a bad feeling about this world cup..
I know what you mean.

Bad start already and not even started yet.

Be some trouble ahead. I'm sure.

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Re: The World Cup 2014 thread

Post by notlongnow on 12.06.14 1:16

@fossey wrote:
@notlongnow wrote:Englands best assets imo are barkley,sterling and ox.
Sadly i can;t see them getting much of a look in,maybe sterling.
We look better without gerrard and possibly rooney.

Johnson is the weakest link and he could get pulled to pieces.
Hodgson not got the bottle to start with one of those let alone all three.
Indeed,but hope he at least gives them more than 10 minutes when things are desperate.
All of them could do some damage to most teams.

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Re: The World Cup 2014 thread

Post by notlongnow on 12.06.14 1:16

@petunia wrote:fossey i don't think for one minute England will win it..I am thinking more violence towards the British fans,i have a bad feeling about this world cup..

Who from?

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Re: The World Cup 2014 thread

Post by petunia on 12.06.14 1:23

@notlongnow wrote:
@petunia wrote:fossey i don't think for one minute England will win it..I am thinking more violence towards the British fans,i have a bad feeling about this world cup..

Who from? 
Just from me notlongnow. i normally get very excited when it comes to the World cup regardless of who is playing i will watch but this year i am getting a bad feeling.

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Post by notlongnow on 12.06.14 1:24

Is there a threat from certain nations fans against the English supporters?

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Re: The World Cup 2014 thread

Post by fossey on 12.06.14 1:28

@notlongnow wrote:Is there a threat from certain nations fans against the English supporters?
Not really.

More of a case of English supporters having too much to drink and trying to start fights everywhere.

Brazil not the place for that carry on though. Nowhere is. Brazil certainly not.

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Re: The World Cup 2014 thread

Post by Lioned on 12.06.14 8:53

There will be no trouble once it gets going it will be a carnival as usual with the Samba girls keeping order.
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Post by cassius on 12.06.14 9:29

@petunia wrote:fossey i don't think for one minute England will win it..I am thinking more violence towards the British fans,i have a bad feeling about this world cup..
Which group are Britain in?

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Post by fossey on 12.06.14 9:47

@cassius wrote:
@petunia wrote:fossey i don't think for one minute England will win it..I am thinking more violence towards the British fans,i have a bad feeling about this world cup..
Which group are Britain in?
GROUP D.

England 
Costa Rica
Italy
Uruguay

Be lucky to get out of that in all fairness.

Tonight's opening game.

Brazil 3 - Croatia 1

For anyone who likes a cheeky bet. You heard it here first.

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Post by Lioned on 12.06.14 10:06

Brazil 1-1 Croatia. 

Very mean odds for that at William Hill at 10/1

You get 14/1 for Brazil win 3-1 so probably better to put your money there but i going for a draw.
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Post by fossey on 12.06.14 10:25

@Lioned wrote:Brazil 1-1 Croatia. 

Very mean odds for that at William Hill at 10/1

You get 14/1 for Brazil win 3-1 so probably better to put your money there but i going for a draw.
14/1.

That's printing money. Off to lump on.

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Post by cassius on 12.06.14 10:49

@fossey wrote:
@cassius wrote:
@petunia wrote:fossey i don't think for one minute England will win it..I am thinking more violence towards the British fans,i have a bad feeling about this world cup..
Which group are Britain in?
GROUP D.

England 
Costa Rica
Italy
Uruguay

Be lucky to get out of that in all fairness.

Tonight's opening game.

Brazil 3 - Croatia 1

For anyone who likes a cheeky bet. You heard it here first.
Is this ignorance or arrogance?

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Re: The World Cup 2014 thread

Post by fossey on 12.06.14 10:54

@cassius wrote:
@fossey wrote:
@cassius wrote:
@petunia wrote:fossey i don't think for one minute England will win it..I am thinking more violence towards the British fans,i have a bad feeling about this world cup..
Which group are Britain in?
GROUP D.

England 
Costa Rica
Italy
Uruguay

Be lucky to get out of that in all fairness.

Tonight's opening game.

Brazil 3 - Croatia 1

For anyone who likes a cheeky bet. You heard it here first.
Is this ignorance or arrogance?
Not got a clue what you are on about?

Explain.

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Re: The World Cup 2014 thread

Post by cassius on 12.06.14 10:56

@fossey wrote:
@cassius wrote:
@fossey wrote:
@cassius wrote:
@petunia wrote:fossey i don't think for one minute England will win it..I am thinking more violence towards the British fans,i have a bad feeling about this world cup..
Which group are Britain in?
GROUP D.

England 
Costa Rica
Italy
Uruguay

Be lucky to get out of that in all fairness.

Tonight's opening game.

Brazil 3 - Croatia 1

For anyone who likes a cheeky bet. You heard it here first.
Is this ignorance or arrogance?
Not got a clue what you are on about?

Explain.
Sin palabras!

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Post by notlongnow on 12.06.14 11:09

Think it was the comment British fans instead of English fans.

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Post by fossey on 12.06.14 11:17

@notlongnow wrote:Think it was the comment British fans instead of English fans.
I see yeah - Which group are 'Britain'  in.

Was a bit slow on that one.

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Post by Lioned on 12.06.14 11:24

There will be a very impressive number of England fans there and they will be impeccably behaved as usual.
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Post by cassius on 12.06.14 11:37

@fossey wrote:
@notlongnow wrote:Think it was the comment British fans instead of English fans.
I see yeah - Which group are 'Britain'  in.

Was a bit slow on that one.
No probs fossey lets hope the real winner is the football on the park.

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Post by plebgate on 12.06.14 14:00

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/481809/Gary-Neville-s-England-blunder


No matter what the planned strategy is, we will get more of the same  -  get ball  near opponents area, come across some strong defence and pass the ball all the way back to our own goalkeeper.     big grin       Goalie kicks it all the way back but puts to0 much bend on it and it goes out for a throw in to other side.  hahaha big grin


Rooney will look even more startled than he does since he has had his hair transplant and his suddenly raised (and shaped) looking eyebrows.

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World Cup - what it all means . . .

Post by PeterMac on 12.06.14 14:07

Rich men




A pig's bladder


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Start the way yo mean to go on

Post by PeterMac on 12.06.14 16:08

Police are using Stun grenades and tear gas in Sao Paulo.

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