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This result pain me sha...because as little boy back in the days when North Africans regularly destroyed any chance of Nigeria going to the World Cup Brazil was my team and even though my fondess for Brazil has waned, the love is till there.

I feel these people's pain.

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I hear you....But that's the game of soccer....sometimes you laugh and celebrate....sometimes you cry and mourn.
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Toxicarrow wrote:I hear you....But that's the game of soccer....sometimes you laugh and celebrate....sometimes you cry and mourn.
And that, in a nutshell is the circle of life.
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This the "doing you like film trick" we all talk about.
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This is national tragedy.....
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Losing 1-0 or 2-0 it's national tragedy yes.

Losing 7-1? This is a universal comedy!
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ElHadary wrote:Losing 1-0 or 2-0 it's national tragedy yes.

Losing 7-1? This is a universal comedy!
I agree...wholeheartedly
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ElHadary wrote:Losing 1-0 or 2-0 it's national tragedy yes.

Losing 7-1? This is a universal comedy!

what about the 6-1 spanking Ghana gave you? What is that?
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oloye wrote:This is national tragedy.....
It is if you are Brazilian. :rotf: :rotf: :rotf:
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The Notorious B!GGESTMAN wrote:
ElHadary wrote:Losing 1-0 or 2-0 it's national tragedy yes.

Losing 7-1? This is a universal comedy!

what about the 6-1 spanking Ghana gave you? What is that?
That's called being %%%% for losing one game out of eight against a team that nearly beat Germany.

Also, I recall Ghana spanking you in NEUTRAL ground not too long ago...
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Perfect, how ironic it would be for Messi to lead Argentina to the Maracana, the home of Brazilian football. Dont cry for me Argentina and...they won't. That said, Holland should clobber another piss poor South American side that has staggered through to the semis. As for tonight, splendid. The bigoted Brazilopeans bludgeoned. Brilliant. Cry and when finished, cry some more.
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No worse crime in football than to lose your nation's identity trying to mimic another person's mirror rather than your own.
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ElHadary wrote:
The Notorious B!GGESTMAN wrote:
ElHadary wrote:Losing 1-0 or 2-0 it's national tragedy yes.

Losing 7-1? This is a universal comedy!

what about the 6-1 spanking Ghana gave you? What is that?
That's called being %%%% for losing one game out of eight against a team that nearly beat Germany.

Also, I recall Ghana spanking you in NEUTRAL ground not too long ago...
So you dont think it was a comedy? When did Ghana thrash us? Was it a WC match? Was it in this decade? Was it before or after we won AFCON 2013?
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Coach wrote:Perfect, how ironic it would be for Messi to lead Argentina to the Maracana, the home of Brazilian football. Dont cry for me Argentina and...they won't. That said, Holland should clobber another piss poor South American side that has staggered through to the semis. As for tonight, splendid. The bigoted Brazilopeans bludgeoned. Brilliant. Cry and when finished, cry some more.
Well if Messi wins the WC in Brazil then he goes above Maradona. I just don't see it happening though- Holland will be so encouraged by the Germany performance, Europe is looking like winning in South America.
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The Notorious B!GGESTMAN wrote:
ElHadary wrote:
The Notorious B!GGESTMAN wrote:
ElHadary wrote:Losing 1-0 or 2-0 it's national tragedy yes.

Losing 7-1? This is a universal comedy!

what about the 6-1 spanking Ghana gave you? What is that?
That's called being %%%% for losing one game out of eight against a team that nearly beat Germany.

Also, I recall Ghana spanking you in NEUTRAL ground not too long ago...
So you dont think it was a comedy? When did Ghana thrash us? Was it a WC match? Was it in this decade? Was it before or after we won AFCON 2013?
When you lose that badly, you'd be surprised how little you care afterwards. Also yes, they beat you guys in England.

Also gj being a duck, you swung for the fences tried to get other people's approval and all you got was me instead.
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ElHadary wrote:
The Notorious B!GGESTMAN wrote:
ElHadary wrote:
The Notorious B!GGESTMAN wrote:
ElHadary wrote:Losing 1-0 or 2-0 it's national tragedy yes.

Losing 7-1? This is a universal comedy!

what about the 6-1 spanking Ghana gave you? What is that?
That's called being %%%% for losing one game out of eight against a team that nearly beat Germany.

Also, I recall Ghana spanking you in NEUTRAL ground not too long ago...
So you dont think it was a comedy? When did Ghana thrash us? Was it a WC match? Was it in this decade? Was it before or after we won AFCON 2013?
When you lose that badly, you'd be surprised how little you care afterwards. Also yes, they beat you guys in England.

Also gj being a duck, you swung for the fences tried to get other people's approval and all you got was me instead.
4-1 in a meaningless friendly match or 6-1(7-2 on goal aggregate) in a crucial world cup qualifier...which of this this two is really a tragedy???
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I felt sorry for the Brazilians. They are such good hosts whenever I travel in their country. No I did not want them to win the match today but I did not want them humiliated either.

Hopefully this will shock their system and force them to rethink their way of playing football the way the Germans did under Klinsmann. You can only do so much by trying to kick your way to a WC final. Time for Brazil to really consider whether it's a good idea to totally discard Jogo Bonito. They should stop shipping off their most promising footballers to European clubs at a very early age to be turned into unthinking automatons without any trace of flair whatsoever. Unlike we Africans, they have a country rich enough to keep their best players at home while they are still very young. Let them develop an identity and a footballing philosophy before moving to Europe.
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football is a cruel game...
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:scared: :scared: :scared: Hope he is ok because in this world cup, many ppl have gone to the hospital especially in the stadiums where brazil have played.
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AreaDaddy wrote:This result pain me sha...because as little boy back in the days when North Africans regularly destroyed any chance of Nigeria going to the World Cup Brazil was my team and even though my fondess for Brazil has waned, the love is till there.

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...let's wait till tomorrow Wednesday July 19, to see if everything is okay in the land of samba Brazil. Damn, all dem pretty damsels will in mourning.

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