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    Cisse breaks shin, gets all the nice injuries doesn't he
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
    France would worry me if I were French. Too reliant on the same talent that won them the trophy in 98. Switzerland are (contrary to the namby-pamby neutral stereotype) a tough, physical team who overcame Turkey in the play-offs. They may be a tad too dependent on Frei for goals tho.

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    Yes I am worried, and I don't even want them to go through the group phase. I don't think I will watch. Their game is bureaucratic and boring boring boring.

    Zidane is an old man now, a shade of himself, and noone is exciting in the new generation.

    Besides, we've got the worst coach, not supported by his players, his country, (his wife ?), a very strange selection where Pires, Giuly, Micoud were left out, 2 newbies who hadn't even played a match before... enough said. Come on Togo !

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    Quote Originally Posted by superkingdave
    Cisse breaks shin, gets all the nice injuries doesn't he
    So hard on Cisse but also Liverpool, who just had agreed a deal (today) with Marseille to take the French striker to the Velodrome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atichon
    Yes I am worried, and I don't even want them to go through the group phase. I don't think I will watch. Their game is bureaucratic and boring boring boring.

    Zidane is an old man now, a shade of himself, and noone is exciting in the new generation.
    Besides, we've got the worst coach, not supported by his players, his country, (his wife ?), a very strange selection where Pires, Giuly, Micoud were left out, 2 newbies who hadn't even played a match before... enough said. Come on Togo !
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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy
    So hard on Cisse but also Liverpool, who just had agreed a deal (today) with Marseille to take the French striker to the Velodrome.
    Loan (ie go through on July 1) or transfer?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig
    Loan (ie go through on July 1) or transfer?
    was a transfer i believe, bit hard on Cisse it shouldnt disrupt the french too much, but im sure they'd rather have him fit than not!

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    Quote Originally Posted by superkingdave
    Cisse breaks shin, gets all the nice injuries doesn't he
    I was just emailed this. Might sting a tad....
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    Now you can see why clubs want compensation when their players get injured when they have to release their players for international duty to go play in some friendly which proves or means nothing.

    If were Liverpool I would be demanding money from the FFF or FIFA, if they say no (which they will), sue them.

    In other French/Ligue 1 news Milan are said to be interested in Rennes youngster Yoann Gourcuff and this could happen after Rennes confirmed this. Anybody seen him play? Is he good as the hype suggests?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
    I was just emailed this. Might sting a tad....
    holy **** :O

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    Togo's coach has resigned after a dispute with bonuses and this four days out from their first game.

    I would have told the players if you lot want a bonus, go out there and earn it, or otherwise you don't deserve it.

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    Well that's an encouraging sign. Probably should have waited till they got eliminated though it's not that far off a date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
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