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Brazilian Goalie Julio Ceasar is completely useless. He is the main reason why Brazil.


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Let's give it up for total football!!

Scolari taking responsibility for this loss. Now that's a coach!!

You mean tiki-taka is no longer dead? :rotf:


Nothing tiki taka about what the Germans did. They were direct and on point. No need for 90% possession like the team we know. Tiki taka is dead.


U dey mind Vincent. Even if he were the resurrection and the life, he couldn't bring tiki taka back to life.

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kolinzo wrote:
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Let's give it up for total football!!

Scolari taking responsibility for this loss. Now that's a coach!!

You mean tiki-taka is no longer dead? :rotf:


Nothing tiki taka about what the Germans did. They were direct and on point. No need for 90% possession like the team we know. Tiki taka is dead.

So, you think tiki-taka means 90% possession? Maybe you should go and watch Barca from 2008/2009 or even Barca in the CL final against your Man U and see the possession stats. The possession stats started mounting after teams began playing 10 defenders in from of their penalty boxes.

In this match, Brazil simply had no defense, talk less of parking 10 defenders. Hence, there was no need huge amounts of passes to try to open up the defense.

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Let's give it up for total football!!

Scolari taking responsibility for this loss. Now that's a coach!!


Yep I saw that. And he should. He was tactically outcoached and didn't play to the strengths of his current squad.

BTW, before some of you guys start rubbishing Scolari, look at his resume and STFU.
Even the best teams, and coaches can be beaten on any given day.


Kpom! We all know the best coaches can be beaten on any given day, especially in a game like GER vs Brasil. But what I appreciate is honesty. Scolari knows he fhuhcked up and he owns up to it. The other guy was blaming everybody else for his failure!!


Dumbo :mrgreen: airhead :mrgreen: ....7-1, THIS IS BRAZIL WE ARE TALKING ABOUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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They missed Thiago Silva for that big time. When you have knuckleheads like david luiz and marcelo who have no discipline, you need someone to rein them in, they didnt have it.


Momentum is a mother! :? :( :bored:



I dey happy about this. They were taught a lesson in football, the movement of schweini, ozil, kroos, muller, klose.....germany were playing a different sport and brazil were found out.

Meanwhile, they were booing fred like it was his fault they just conceded 7.

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The only silver lining is that it may force out the likes of Scolari and a reversion to the old familiar ways of Brazilian football, the samba style. Obviously this sanitized version of Brazil hasn't done the business.
I'd rather have the 1982 team and lose than this rubbish Scolari is putting in front of us.



KPOM!


Cheers, Mate


Disagree.. the game is about winning especially in this modern era.. When last did the 82 style pay dividends? since then they have won 2 WC with a different approach..
The issue here is simple - the team was filled with very average players sprinkled with a few WC players like Neymar, Silva, Alves.. .. The last time they won the WC, they had the magic of Dinho, ronaldo, rivaldo.. Then add Carlos/Cafu.. This WC, take out neymar and offense lacks spark.. So whether they decided to play like 82 or not, doubt it would have made much difference with this current crop of players.. We talking of players like Jo, Fred, bernard, Oscar, ramires, willian.. How many will make 2002 squad..


Every team is different. But many of the players you list above are top players, except for Fred and Jo of course...

This Brazil team cannot be said to be filled with average players.

It comes down to the choices made by the manager on the TYPE of players he favored...

When they say tactical indiscipline can destroy a team , look no further than this brasilian team, all the goals they conceeded were comical, save for the first.


Hindsight would have had them play a bit more compact...

That's when you need a leader on the field...

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The team was compact until this match. Scolari's teams are always compact.

But what this team was not is Brazillian. To abandon the philosophy of Brazilian football in this manner deserves sever sanction.

Scolari will be a pariah in Brazil the rest of his life...


Yes they were until their display against Colombia which descended into a street brawl...

And they refused to correct it going into a very disciplined German team.

Times like this you want a time out or some injury induced timeout to regroup...

Wow! Still surprised... :shock: :(

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oloye wrote:
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The only silver lining is that it may force out the likes of Scolari and a reversion to the old familiar ways of Brazilian football, the samba style. Obviously this sanitized version of Brazil hasn't done the business.
I'd rather have the 1982 team and lose than this rubbish Scolari is putting in front of us.



KPOM!


Cheers, Mate


Disagree.. the game is about winning especially in this modern era.. When last did the 82 style pay dividends? since then they have won 2 WC with a different approach..
The issue here is simple - the team was filled with very average players sprinkled with a few WC players like Neymar, Silva, Alves.. .. The last time they won the WC, they had the magic of Dinho, ronaldo, rivaldo.. Then add Carlos/Cafu.. This WC, take out neymar and offense lacks spark.. So whether they decided to play like 82 or not, doubt it would have made much difference with this current crop of players.. We talking of players like Jo, Fred, bernard, Oscar, ramires, willian.. How many will make 2002 squad..


Every team is different. But many of the players you list above are top players, except for Fred and Jo of course...

This Brazil team cannot be said to be filled with average players.

It comes down to the choices made by the manager on the TYPE of players he favored...

When they say tactical indiscipline can destroy a team , look no further than this brasilian team, all the goals they conceeded were comical, save for the first.


top players - not IMO.. average is over board - yeah.. But they are good players but not top top players.. IMO, a top player is someone just shy away from being WC.... Paulinho, ramires, oscar, Gustavo, Dante, Fred, Jo, Hulk, Bernard, willian.. nah txj.. I don't think they had the kind of players to execute the style of 82 football most you guys are making an argument for..

Yes, this might request they go back to the drawing board and figure out how best to move forward.. Probably need to start looking at their supply chain.. How do they end up with Fred and #1 and Jo as #2..

I do agree that tactically - something just went totally off today.. We have seen weaknesses during previous games, but today was just different especially after the 1st goal..

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Y'all acting like you know how you feel. This is beneath words - you feel something, just don't know how you call it. I went out to the kitchen to make some smothie(it was 1-0) - I came back & could not identify the new shape of one nil on my TV. I was sure it was my eyes 'till the commentator said 3 goals in 15mins...words fail me y'all!!!

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Brazilians still talk about the 1950 loss to this day...how long will they talk about this loss? :scared:

Sadly I think Scolari will be more remembered for this loss than the 2002 WC win. Another disgraceful exit for a WC-winning Brazil coach (Carlos Alberto Pareira at the 06 WC).


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One thing I don't want to hear from this pundits though is that Germany upset Brasil. That's just wrong!!

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anointed wrote:
kolinzo wrote:
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Let's give it up for total football!!

Scolari taking responsibility for this loss. Now that's a coach!!

You mean tiki-taka is no longer dead? :rotf:


Nothing tiki taka about what the Germans did. They were direct and on point. No need for 90% possession like the team we know. Tiki taka is dead.


U dey mind Vincent. Even if he were the resurrection and the life, he couldn't bring tiki taka back to life.

I think the problem with you guys is you misunderstand what tiki-taka is about. It is not about passing for the sake of passing. It is about one-touch, pass-and-move football with players capable of interchanging position with ease. If there is no bus parked in front of the defense, there is no need for 100 passes or 70% posession.

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Marcelo, Paulinho, Maicon, Gustavo...the papers will make interesting reading in their regard.


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Vincent. wrote:
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Let's give it up for total football!!

Scolari taking responsibility for this loss. Now that's a coach!!

You mean tiki-taka is no longer dead? :rotf:


Nothing tiki taka about what the Germans did. They were direct and on point. No need for 90% possession like the team we know. Tiki taka is dead.

So, you think tiki-taka means 90% possession? Maybe you should go and watch Barca from 2008/2009 or even Barca in the CL final against your Man U and see the possession stats. The possession stats started mounting after teams began playing 10 defenders in from of their penalty boxes.

In this match, Brazil simply had no defense, talk less of parking 10 defenders. Hence, there was no need huge amounts of passes to try to open up the defense.


You are trying too hard Vincent. :taunt: Tiki Taka is dead just like Samba!

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Country run well, health service, roads trains etc are top notch. Less inmoral than most western countries. The list goes on and on.

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Vincent. wrote:
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Let's give it up for total football!!

Scolari taking responsibility for this loss. Now that's a coach!!

You mean tiki-taka is no longer dead? :rotf:


Nothing tiki taka about what the Germans did. They were direct and on point. No need for 90% possession like the team we know. Tiki taka is dead.


U dey mind Vincent. Even if he were the resurrection and the life, he couldn't bring tiki taka back to life.

I think the problem with you guys is you misunderstand what tiki-taka is about. It is not about passing for the sake of passing. It is about one-touch, pass-and-move football with players capable of interchanging position with ease. If there is no bus parked in front of the defense, there is no need for 100 passes or 70% posession.


Ok then.

But it's still dead.

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...the somber mood on espn set is shocking, like someone so dear died :lol: :lol: :lol:


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At least 7-1 is better than 8-0. That would have been brutal!!!!

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...the somber mood on espn set is shocking, like some so dear died :lol: :lol: :lol:

There is something so wrong about the tonite's result...it is like a temple desecrated it affects everyone.

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Vincent. wrote:
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kolinzo wrote:
Vincent. wrote:
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Let's give it up for total football!!

Scolari taking responsibility for this loss. Now that's a coach!!

You mean tiki-taka is no longer dead? :rotf:


Nothing tiki taka about what the Germans did. They were direct and on point. No need for 90% possession like the team we know. Tiki taka is dead.


U dey mind Vincent. Even if he were the resurrection and the life, he couldn't bring tiki taka back to life.

I think the problem with you guys is you misunderstand what tiki-taka is about. It is not about passing for the sake of passing. It is about one-touch, pass-and-move football with players capable of interchanging position with ease. If there is no bus parked in front of the defense, there is no need for 100 passes or 70% posession.


Tiki taka is not total football, my guy.

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