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PostPosted: Tue Jul 01, 2014 9:53 pm 
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Hazard does not defend. Yedlin will burn the Belgians soon if it continues like this.
This Origi boy get skills. Name sounds west african.

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that BElgian Right back is the only being I know slower than Ekorian.. :evil: :boo:

Just admit that you like his yansh like OZIL.

DO YOU GUYS KNOW THAT PA JANITOR HAS A MAN CRUSH ON OZIL? I CAN GIVE YOU A LINK TO THE THREAD...

......this bleething shehim's more wayoff than BigPorks' neck allingment... :boo:

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Hazard does not defend. Yedlin will burn the Belgians soon if it continues like this.
This Origi boy get skills. Name sounds west african.


His dad is Kenyan

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Hazard does not defend. Yedlin will burn the Belgians soon if it continues like this.
This Origi boy get skills. Name sounds west african.

Kenyan....

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Ekorian wrote:
juventuss wrote:
Hazard does not defend. Yedlin will burn the Belgians soon if it continues like this.
This Origi boy get skills. Name sounds west african.

Kenyan....

Thanks.

Bobo looks silky smooth... Reminds me of Anelka

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Re-Keshi: Did anyone see Klinsmann wave for a card after a tackle on his player?

That was part of our problems yesterday. A lot of people on CE specialize in complaining when Spanish/Barca players surround the ref to demand action. That could have helped us yesterday, considering the vicious tackles that the French were giving our players.

What annoyed me the most is that even when Matuidi nearly broke Onazi's leg, our players hardly protested to the ref. They should have made it clear to the ref that such tackles were not acceptable. The same thing happened when Evra embraced Osaze at a corner and the ref did not give a penalty: there was no protest from our players. Even Osaze did not protest.

These little things matter at the highest level, where matches are decided by little details. Our passivity encouraged the French to continue taking advantage and ultimately get away with get away with murder and allowed the ref to think we were OK with his extreme leniency.

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Belgium is one of the tournament's most disappointing teams so far IMO. So much talent all over the pitch. One of the world's top 5 GKs. A beast CB in Kompany. Steel in the middle. Talent, speed and power up front. Yet all they looked very disjointed in 3.5 matches so far. They have so much potential and should be doing much better. They completely dominated the first 45 minutes but yet they never looked like scoring.

Hazard is selfish and is either out of position or looks to score when he has the ball. De Bruyne and Mertens are nuisances with no end product. Whether it was Lukaku or Origi, tons of pace, power and skill but no finishing. I am not sure what their deal is because I watched them in their pre-tourney friendlies and they were in beast mode. It's not as if they are having trouble attacking...they have broken down the defences of all their opponents so far but only have 4 goals to show for all their efforts.

The U.S. has just played their worst half of the tournament yet Belgium has not threatened them.

This match has all the makings of a classic stalemate.


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Win or lose, at the end of the day, it's still going to be ......

...... Arsenal for life ! :D

....... Naija for Eternity ! 8-)

....... USA for Today ! :P

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Belgium is one of the tournament's most disappointing teams so far IMO. So much talent all over the pitch. One of the world's top 5 GKs. A beast CB in Kompany. Steel in the middle. Talent, speed and power up front. Yet all they looked very disjointed in 3.5 matches so far. They have so much potential and should be doing much better. They completely dominated the first 45 minutes but yet they never looked like scoring.

Hazard is selfish and is either out of position or looks to score when he has the ball. De Bruyne and Mertens are nuisances with no end product. Whether it was Lukaku or Origi, tons of pace, power and skill but no finishing. I am not sure what their deal is because I watched them in their pre-tourney friendlies and they were in beast mode. It's not as if they are having trouble attacking...they have broken down the defences of all their opponents so far but only have 4 goals to show for all their efforts.

The U.S. has just played their worst half of the tournament yet Belgium has not threatened them.

This match has all the makings of a classic stalemate.

I tell U...I hope the coach slapped them all during halftime! :evil:

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Win or lose, at the end of the day, it's still going to be ......

...... Arsenal for life ! :D

....... Naija for Eternity ! 8-)

....... USA for Today ! :P

SHARRAP FOR EVER!!! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 01, 2014 10:08 pm 
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Where are there so few comments? This actually a good match.
The Americans are defending very well while the Belgians are in danger of running out of gas toward the end. The only problem for the Americans is that they don't seem to have a decent counter-attack

:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: CE is going to be a ghost town for a while after yesterday

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wale1974 wrote:
Vincent. wrote:
Where are there so few comments? This actually a good match.
The Americans are defending very well while the Belgians are in danger of running out of gas toward the end. The only problem for the Americans is that they don't seem to have a decent counter-attack

:rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: :rotf: CE is going to be a ghost town for a while after yesterday

:laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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Person need to tell Hazard he needs to track back



Not according to paj who says he is defending brilliantly because of the mourinho effect. :laugh:

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juventuss wrote:
Hazard does not defend. Yedlin will burn the Belgians soon if it continues like this.
This Origi boy get skills. Name sounds west african.


East Africa.........Kenyan

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another bonehead set of moves. :roll:

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Bradley stinking up the joint.

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Person need to tell Hazard he needs to track back



Not according to paj who says he is defending brilliantly because of the mourinho effect. :laugh:

I saw the one time he did..comot jare :boo:

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juventuss wrote:
Hazard does not defend. Yedlin will burn the Belgians soon if it continues like this.
This Origi boy get skills. Name sounds west african.



Kenyan. His dad was a kenyan international for years.

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anointed wrote:
Re-Keshi: Did anyone see Klinsmann wave for a card after a tackle on his player?

That was part of our problems yesterday. A lot of people on CE specialize in complaining when Spanish/Barca players surround the ref to demand action. That could have helped us yesterday, considering the vicious tackles that the French were giving our players.

What annoyed me the most is that even when Matuidi nearly broke Onazi's leg, our players hardly protested to the ref. They should have made it clear to the ref that such tackles were not acceptable. The same thing happened when Evra embraced Osaze at a corner and the ref did not give a penalty: there was no protest from our players. Even Osaze did not protest.

These little things matter at the highest level, where matches are decided by little details. Our passivity encouraged the French to continue taking advantage and ultimately get away with get away with murder and allowed the ref to think we were OK with his extreme leniency.

Please tell them.
They say nothing.

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Belgium remind me of CIV.

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Mertens be like Ahmed Musa... can't take a corner to save his life!

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nianiote wrote:
Belgium remind me of CIV.

worse..this is like watching InterHouse football.. :boo:

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