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Thread: Group F: Argentina, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Iran, Nigeria

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    Come on Iran!

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    One of the only significant saves of the tournament I can remember so far. Not really a goalkeeper's cup, to date.
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    Finally a crap match, the tension of waiting for the first one has been getting to me.

    I can watch the Kiwis reverting to type in the cricket too, so it's all good.
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    This has been village so far.


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    Africa and Asia getting as many places as they do is a ****ing joke.

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    Seeing Shola Amoeba playing for Nigeria is just so weird. I can remember watching him getting sent off for England u21s like it was just yesterday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Furball View Post
    Africa and Asia getting as many places as they do is a ****ing joke.
    Euros are in two years', buddy.
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    This has been a grim watch, but at least it'll mean USA v Ghana will be loads of fun in comparison.

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    Fine effort from those two, upholding a fine tradition of terrible World Cup games that all other sides have failed to adhere to so far.

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    First half wasn't that bad I don't think. Pretty open game. Second was dismal though.

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    First goalless game then. Shouldn't complain really, been brilliant thus far

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    Haha. Neil Lennon in the BBC studio just saying that Ambrose is too **** to cross the ball properly. Not even trying to sugar coat it.

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    He'd know; he signed the diddy.

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    Iran just came to defend. This is one of the weakest Iranian teams in memory and certainly the weakest that has gone to a WC. The more experienced players from Iran that had stints in Europe are gone and this is mostly a domestic team. Even saying that, I don't know why Queiroz tried so hard to defend. We are still more of an attacking team. A draw, a point, is good I suppose so can't complain. I think they've basically bet on themselves to beat Bosnia - a team we've got a very good record against and are more familiar with - and that will probably be enough to send us through. Otherwise, no one has been expecting much from this team.

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    Argies better score soon, otherwise this is going to be a rather dull affair

    EDIT: Repeatedly missing clear headers from three yards doesn't help
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