Germany's World Cup tactics: shaped by data

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There no point arguing over this anyway, fact is Germany won the world cup, they were the most organised squad, left nothing to chance, SAP or no SAP, am happy that when a team puts 100% effort and commitment, sucess usually follows!!! Spain were lucky not to meet the Germans along the way, they would have put 10 past them, the irony of the world cup was, the African sides gave the finalist a heck of a game, one has to imagine if they were just as organised as the germans, they could have met in the finals
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marko wrote:There no point arguing over this anyway, fact is Germany won the world cup, they were the most organised squad, left nothing to chance, SAP or no SAP, am happy that when a team puts 100% effort and commitment, sucess usually follows!!! Spain were lucky not to meet the Germans along the way, they would have put 10 past them, the irony of the world cup was, the African sides gave the finalist a heck of a game, one has to imagine if they were just as organised as the germans, they could have met in the finals

Fair enough. :clap:
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marko wrote:There no point arguing over this anyway, fact is Germany won the world cup, they were the most organised squad, left nothing to chance, SAP or no SAP, am happy that when a team puts 100% effort and commitment, sucess usually follows!!! Spain were lucky not to meet the Germans along the way, they would have put 10 past them, the irony of the world cup was, the African sides gave the finalist a heck of a game, one has to imagine if they were just as organised as the germans, they could have met in the finals
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