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    I notice you had a Predicted a French win by 25 points...

    I am pleased I was 25 points closer to the reasult than you were.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JASON View Post
    I notice you had a Predicted a French win by 25 points...

    I am pleased I was 25 points closer to the reasult than you were.
    Yeah I did predict a French victory, but I wanted an Argentinian one. I'm not the one going around bull****ting that you predicted Argentina would win.
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    I predicted that the stock market would shoot up in 1929. It didn't, but it nearly did, so i was right.
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    Complete shock to start the tournament, I always felt that France would eventually wake up and sneak the victory but not to be, didn't help with Michalak and Skrela missing easy kicks mid-way through the second half. At the end of the day I feel Argentina's tactics were far superior to France's. The constant up-and-unders from Hernandez and Felipe Contepomi allowed Argentina to contest and gain easy territory and their game plan was most effective. Even so, France only have themselves to blame and I certainly hope they put in a better effort against an Irish side who will no doubt fancy their chances of qualifying after seeing the French play this morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matteh View Post
    I predicted that the stock market would shoot up in 1929. It didn't, but it nearly did, so i was right.
    Any Predictions for the future, Einstein ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JASON View Post
    Any Predictions for the future, Einstein ?

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    Brilliant win by the Pumas. Midway through the second half, when the French had that drving pack coming within inches of the tryline, I thought Argenitna would go down. But when they survived that, you could just see them grow, while the French reverted to all-out panic play.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Steulen View Post
    Brilliant win by the Pumas. Midway through the second half, when the French had that drving pack coming within inches of the tryline, I thought Argenitna would go down. But when they survived that, you could just see them grow, while the French reverted to all-out panic play.
    Surprised it didn't work out for em.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    Surprised it didn't work out for em.
    That's true, it has done plenty of times in the past.

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    Namibia being a bit awesome against Ireland here, giving them a good shock.
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    What a great performance from Namibia!

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    Nice work Namibia.

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    Terrible preformance from us not looking good for the future but still believe we can get back to preforming like we should.
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