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  • Iceland

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Thread: Group F - Portugal, Iceland, Austria, Hungary

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    Donkey defending from Portugal there. Pretty funny.

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    Iceland keeper looks super suspect. Might just be nerves, but he's looked really unconvincing with almost everything he's had to deal with.

    Anyway, great result for Iceland. Portugal reverting to (uninspiring) type after a somewhat promising start.
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    Iceland should be pleased with that.
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    Ronaldo's a fud.
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    Refused to shake hands with any of the Iceland players, apparently. Knob.

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    I forget between tournaments what a bunch of dirty, niggly, leave your studs in wankers Portugal are. Hope they bomb out.

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    That's appalling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tangles View Post
    I forget between tournaments what a bunch of dirty, niggly, leave your studs in wankers Portugal are. Hope they bomb out.
    Yup - they're not nice. Combine the cynicism of Carvalho and Pepe with the posturing of Ronaldo and Nani and you have an almost uniquely unappealing combination.
    Unfortunately they're probably good enough to see off Austria and Hungary.

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    What a reply though, rekt

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpdavid View Post
    Yup - they're not nice. Combine the cynicism of Carvalho and Pepe with the posturing of Ronaldo and Nani and you have an almost uniquely unappealing combination.
    Unfortunately they're probably good enough to see off Austria and Hungary.
    Ronaldo mouthing off doesn't concern me. The niggly, studs in **** needs a ref to grow a pair and repeatedly call and card IMO. That ref did the opposite and gave most decisions Portugals way.

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    Hungary vs. Iceland atmosphere is absolutely electric.
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    Would so love it if Iceland topped Ronaldo, in this group.
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    Wow, referee in not protecting the keeper shocker. Reckon he got that right shocker.


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