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Thread: Group C: Argentina, Cote d'Ivoire, Serbia & Montenegro, Holland

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    Nepotism is probably clouding my judgement but I fancy Serbia and Argentina but as everyone has already said it is going to be tough, any of these teams could realistically beat one and another.

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    Argentina to choke once again, serves them right on leaving out Javier Zanetti and Walter Samuel, and I have reservations about Leo Messi considering how long he has been out injured for.

    I think Cote d'Ivoire have a good squad and I would fancy them going through. Serbia to come 4th though, although hoping Stankovic and Kezman do well.
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    1. Argentina
    2. Holland
    3. Serbia & Montenegro
    4. Cote d'Ivoire

    I can definitely seeing Argentina bumming out, also S&M are massively underrated IMO - top defence, as seen in the qualifiers.
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    Argentina top..

    Either one of Holland and Ivory Coast go through too..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig
    Argentina to choke once again, serves them right on leaving out Javier Zanetti and Walter Samuel, and I have reservations about Leo Messi considering how long he has been out injured for.

    I think Cote d'Ivoire have a good squad and I would fancy them going through. Serbia to come 4th though, although hoping Stankovic and Kezman do well.
    Even more surreal when you think Scaloni has made the squad. Even the most commited Iron would concede he's a tad plop.
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    That's just asking for a permenant ban by who-know-who...

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    I'm now backing Serbia in this group, I've drawn them in the school's World Cup Xbox comp today.

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    Being realistic, one would have to say t hat the Argentines and the Dutch will go through to the second round.......any other way would be harsh on both great footballing nations.'
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    The Group of Death starts now...
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    Ivory Coast to beat Argentina. You heard it here first.

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    Should bee an interesting game between these two sides. Hopefully some excting football for the 1st time for the day.

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    'Tines take the lead.

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    And here's a second.

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    Ivory Coast is your typical African team, flair and pacy but **** at the back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barney Rubble
    Ivory Coast to beat Argentina.
    Not really.

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