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    FINAL - Germany vs Argentina

    13 JUL 2014 - 16:00 Local time
    FINAL
    Estadio do Maracana
    Rio De Janeiro
    GERMANY v ARGENTINA
    16:00

    That's 5am here.
    do you think people will be allowed to make violins?
    who's going to make the violins?

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    So who do Germany get to mark Messi? Schweini or Khedira?
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    Come on Argentina.

    Fear it could be as boring a game as tonights semi was.

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    I think Argentina will actually try and have a go tbh. But, like tonight, they just won't have the players to really threaten. Will be interesting to see how well they can do against a team that's actually attack-minded. Might not be a classic game, but it'll be more eventful, or at least of a higher-quality than today's.


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    Messi will win this

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    What's worse for Brazilian fans? Losing 7-1 or watching Argentina lift the trophy on Brazilian soil?

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    Looking for a German win. For some reason I really enjoy watching them play (was rooting for them before the 7-1 rout too). I don't know enough about soccer to explain why - they just have a 'rhythm' that I find pleasing. Or I'm speaking out of my ass.

    Either way.
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    Just think how good Argentina would be if players from the Falklands were eligible for them

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    Quote Originally Posted by GIMH View Post
    Just think how good Argentina would be if players from the Falklands were eligible for them
    Or if the number 10 was actually allowed to handle the ball.

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    Harsh but fair

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    The 'Final' game is a parody that is little more a sad embarrassment to the players and their fans alike. You could argue that the game is a chance for the players to prove themselves a bit, but I'm 99.94% sure that all the German and Argentine players want to do is to return home and put their feet up with their families and friends.

    FIFA really needs to take a hard look at this piece of sporting stupidity and dump it. After all, can anyone remember the winner from 1998, or even 2006 without Googling it? And even if the odd person does remember, do they really care?
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    Har-Har, parody of comments made in other thread is funny.

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    Hope Argentina can annihilated. All they do is park the bus and rely on Messi to create a goal somewhere along the line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silentstriker View Post
    Looking for a German win. For some reason I really enjoy watching them play (was rooting for them before the 7-1 rout too). I don't know enough about soccer to explain why - they just have a 'rhythm' that I find pleasing. Or I'm speaking out of my ass.
    Yeah they're about to take over the world with their revolutionary fast, direct, aggressive and well-organised strategy. 1940 all over again.

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