Probably somehow ranked above the team that beat you in Belfast recently.Originally Posted by marc71178
Originally Posted by JASON
What do you have to congratulate them for? AFAIK no forum members on cricket web had anything to do with AUS qualifing..
Thank you Jason, its been a tough slog these last 30 odd years, but now we've done the impossible - win a soccer match.Originally Posted by JASON
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The World Rankings have USA in the top 10 - that's how dubious they are.Originally Posted by Craig
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That's only because FIFA were afraid that the USA were going to invade.Originally Posted by marc71178
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(prays the rest of Australia has forgotten about whipping us 3-1 in England too...)Originally Posted by Linda
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Nah most us football fans, will remember that game and scoreline for a long timeOriginally Posted by BoyBrumby
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Friendlies = meaningless. 2-1, now that's a memorable scoreline...Originally Posted by chaminda_00
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Francis Jeffers certainly will - probably the only one-cap wonder with a goal to his name. And it was also Wayne Rooney's international debut, an occasion which will history will record as far more significant than the scoreline.Originally Posted by chaminda_00
That said, we were bloody awful that game. Never mind, we'll have you in Germany.
Unless, of course, we're beating certain South American countries that we have a bit of previous with....Originally Posted by Scaly piscine
The UNited States are a much better team than a lot of people give them credit for.Originally Posted by marc71178
I won't be at all surprised if they make the world cup semis next year.
True.Originally Posted by BoyBrumby
I'm looking forward to the WC draw on December 9th, should be fun.
Friendles are meaningless for countries that play 15 plus internationals a year (England and others probably play more, but i never keep count). But for countries that only play like a handful of internationals a year they are everything. But beating one of the top Internationals is something significant down here.Originally Posted by Scaly piscine
And for us Aussie the Rooney debut means nothing compared to the resultOriginally Posted by Barney Rubble
I know, I'm just putting things into perspective. It was a great result for you - mostly 'cause it'll never happen again.Originally Posted by chaminda_00
...Especially if it's a rugby game.Originally Posted by Scaly piscine
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