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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro Delgado
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    Thanks, I don't think they were that bad in the 1st half, at least showing movement and sometimes inspiration. They should learn how to score. The 2nd half worries me more : slow, no creativity, looked like the friendlies

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    Desperately mediocre game. Easily the worst one not involving us thus far. Switzerland looked tight & well organised but lacking a cutting edge up front, but yer Forgs were shocking. They played like strangers for most of the match. Vieira looks a pale shadow of the collosus who bestrode Highbury & Zidane still has great vision, but has lost that crucial yard from his legs.

    Terence was pretty disappointing too; if he wants to save his best performances for God's own team tho that's more than fine by me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
    Terence was pretty disappointing too; if he wants to save his best performances for God's own team tho that's more than fine by me!
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    France were so so average. Fairplay to Switzerland who seemed to be attacking a bit more, but they were happy with a point so didn't want want to risk it that much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by atichon
    Thanks, I don't think they were that bad in the 1st half, at least showing movement and sometimes inspiration. They should learn how to score. The 2nd half worries me more : slow, no creativity, looked like the friendlies
    You're welcome. Teams have started badly and done well (Argentina '90, Italy '82) in the past so there's hope for France yet. Fingers crossed anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Baconator
    Does anyone have any idea why those Swiss players were booked?
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    Rolling over?
    That pun is a bit cheesey...

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    Zidane and Henry don't work in the same team. Just my two cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matteh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barney Rubble
    Zidane and Henry don't work in the same team. Just my two cents.
    Worked good a few years back.

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