Discussion in 'Soccer' started by Live in the Now, Jun 24, 2018.
Looks more like Gareth Southgate to me.
Oh my, that Panama goal was bad.
Yeah, that first half was about as uneventful as you get.
Really is unbelievable to me that teams are this openly cowardly. Who cares if Brazil is on a certain side of the bracket, if they're so great you're going to have to face them at some point anyway. Such a losers mentality. Hopefully both these sides get their asses kicked in the next round and look like idiots.
It won't ever happen and might not be an opinion shared by anyone else, but I'd seriously consider kicking Belgium out of the tournament after the manager's comments. Or England if a curious own goal just happened to occur in the second half.
They both lose to Colombia IMO.
Oh no. We're losing..
lol the belgium guy kicked the ball off his face hhahahaha
The mentality from both teams and especially England is hilarious. What has England done to make you believe they'll even advance past Colombia?
thats gotta hurt hahaha
Very nice goal.
Cuadrado vs. Ashley Young
I could very well see us losing to them.
But I'm merely thinking for if we DID beat them, then I can at least watch the QF whereas I wouldn't if we went in the top half.
Their entire team trying to mark Mina and Sanchez on set pieces too. The mentality from some of their fans is hilariously arrogant.
If they could actually manage to beat Belgium and Japan I think the attitude towards a game against Brazil should feel a lot more positive.
So about that Rose defending...
sell him please, Levy
I think you'll find a lot of people are being sarcastic when talking about "plotting a path" etc. Yes, there will be some getting carried away. But most people I know are just taking it one game at a time. People are well aware that there is no easy path.
Honestly, I don't see much of an issue with it. I don't think either team really cares much about the bracket. Instead they are giving certain players a chance to prove themselves.
Still better than Young
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