English born, with German citizenship, I think. They should hire him to do the weekly predictions for the English Premier League, offers more insight than the likes of Mark Lawrenson.
article, Paul was caught off the coast of Elba. Then again it is Bild, which makes the Daily Mail, the Sun etc. look good.
Hoping the Netherlands win, reckon Spain will get up. Is this a sign, Brumby?
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Come on Spain.
Do it for scaly.
Conversely the gloating should the Dutch win ("Spain have always been shyte, only got to the final by playing the worst teams ever & have now been found out...") would take the shine off it a bit.
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If anything, I'd say the Dutch have had the slightly easier route to the final, not that any of it matters now.
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TBF I think the 2nd half Brazil was most definitely not worthy of 'one of the best teams'. Probably the worst, in fact.
Originally Posted by Peter Mooresforever 63*
Brazil still clearly the best side, just didn't win it. That's what happens in World Cups and football.
The margins between the top sides are so fine that the only way you can define a "best side" is the one that takes the Cup (as long as it isn't someone like Greece in Euro 2004).
10,000 posts in this subforum and not a single one about the 3rd place match yesterday.
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