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Who is gonna win?

Spain
7
29%
England
7
29%
Brasil
6
25%
Italy
1
4%
Portugal
2
8%
Germany
0
No votes
Argentina
1
4%
France
0
No votes
 
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Postby droder » Fri Dec 18, 2009 12:20 am

Who you think is gonna win 2010 World Cup?

This promises to be one of the greatest World Cup of all time. In one side we got Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo who can make any diference inside the 4 lines. On the other hand we got teams like Spain who have a great midfield and teams like England, Italy, Germany, Brasil and France that are always a potential winner. So in your opion who is gonna win?

In my opinion is gonna be Spain. They have such a good midfield a great goalkeeper and a David Villa in front. They have the better team on World Cup. But football is football and you never know whats comming.

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Postby HARRYLAOS » Fri Dec 18, 2009 12:58 am

Greece of course! Who Else? :D :D :D
Heyyyyy, Hey Shearer, (hoo, haa)
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How you scored that goal!!!

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Postby scotserve » Fri Dec 18, 2009 12:02 pm

Why is Scotland not listed there :p

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Postby gordym75 » Fri Dec 18, 2009 9:30 pm

scotserve wrote:Why is Scotland not listed there


Its those pesky English media pundits again scottie. Always scuppering our chances and talking down the team ;)

I'm gonna support Algeria or USA methinks although not because they're playing England before anyone says it but because there's a couple of Rangers players in those two squads. Its about as close as Scotland get to a tournament these days.

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Postby jemar22 » Sat Dec 19, 2009 4:42 pm

Who will win....Good question..

Of course I want England to win, but let’s be realistic here. They are a team full of promise but never really turn up when it counts.

This is the same for Portugal and Spain (Greece v Portugal) you know what I mean Harry

The group that shows the most promise is G

1 Brazil
2 Ivory Coast
3 Korea DPR
4 Portugal

I can see Brazil and IC going through,

But the teams that could go all the way for me are USA, Argentina or Holland.

In fact I recon Holland are the team to watch. Full of players who can play great football and as a team.

So lets watch this space

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Postby raekin » Mon Dec 21, 2009 1:12 pm

I would like to see Portugal win but I don't think that will happen.

It is really difficult to say for sure who would win.

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Postby pn003 » Mon Dec 21, 2009 8:42 pm

im kenyan born and i ave supported england all my life i really wish and hope that england carries the world cup home from africa that would make me so happy..

ive always supported them and i always will what ever happens..
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Postby trifo13 » Mon Jan 04, 2010 2:33 pm

BRAZIL!
Ronaldo will score hat-trick in the final!!!
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Postby dragev » Mon Jan 18, 2010 10:39 am

I think England will "impress" this year, they wont win but play good football and loose in the semi finals.

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Postby mrblue » Mon Jan 18, 2010 10:47 am

You didn't put Holland in the list. I have a feeling they will do well.

Spain and Brazil are fav's at the moment though.

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Postby jemar22 » Mon Jan 18, 2010 11:53 am

Holland are the team to beat. No question about it.

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Postby badgespa » Mon Jan 18, 2010 12:52 pm

You need a new option:

'I don't really care, will be glad when its all over and done, and the TV returns to normal'.

I'm a Rugby fan, and do support England, as at least they have a chance, and have done so within living memory, of winnning the world cup! :p
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Postby Abrahamb » Mon Feb 01, 2010 6:36 am

badgespa wrote:You need a new option:

'I don't really care, will be glad when its all over and done, and the TV returns to normal'.

:p

I agree with you ~haha

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Postby AnnaMel » Tue Mar 09, 2010 1:12 pm

Given that
1 - Rooney stays fit and in form
2 - Rio & Terry stays fit and in form
3 - Gerrard & Lampard stays fit and in form
4 - Of course The Keeper (whoever plays) stays focussed

England got a GREAT chance...
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Postby jemar22 » Tue Mar 09, 2010 1:14 pm

Are you saying they all need to stay fit and in form???

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Postby fivewood » Tue Mar 09, 2010 9:37 pm

AnnaMel wrote:Given that
1 - Rooney stays fit and in form
2 - Rio & Terry stays fit and in form
3 - Gerrard & Lampard stays fit and in form
4 - Of course The Keeper (whoever plays) stays focussed

England got a GREAT chance...


1. Agreed - but if he doesnt we are stuffed..
2. Rio wont be fit and IMHO he isnt good enough to be first choice anyway. JT is having a mare since the scandle broke - have to hope he gets over it soon, but who's going to partner him? Upson? Lescott? Tangoman? Sad state when we cant name 2 consistent, strong centre halfs.
3. Gerrard and Lampard CANNOT play together, its been proved by Sven, Mclaren and now Fabio. Best bet? Lampard and Barry.
4. Calamity James....

Sorry, but all my previous optimism has gone
Think we'll get through the 1st round but thats it

But PLEASE let me be wrong ;)
Please feel free to ignore anything and everything I say ;)

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Postby AnnaMel » Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:18 am

jemar22 wrote:Are you saying they all need to stay fit and in form???


Atleast, they all need to be fit.... Which is good. Fit & Form... Great
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Postby AnnaMel » Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:28 am

fivewood wrote:1. Agreed - but if he doesnt we are stuffed..
2. Rio wont be fit and IMHO he isnt good enough to be first choice anyway. JT is having a mare since the scandle broke - have to hope he gets over it soon, but who's going to partner him? Upson? Lescott? Tangoman? Sad state when we cant name 2 consistent, strong centre halfs.
3. Gerrard and Lampard CANNOT play together, its been proved by Sven, Mclaren and now Fabio. Best bet? Lampard and Barry.
4. Calamity James....


I guess, everyone agree about Rooney. I think JT will be ok by June - lets hope his team mates (not WB) forgets about it. If Rio stays fit & form, he should do well - lets hope so.
I remember, Sir Alex once said that, "Its the back two and the front two, wins you championships." I was thinking along those lines.... But who to partner Rooney?

fivewood wrote:Sorry, but all my previous optimism has gone
Think we'll get through the 1st round but thats it
But PLEASE let me be wrong ;)


Lets think and be positive... We shall be winners...
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Postby DVDdropship » Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:34 pm

AnnaMel wrote:But who to partner Rooney


I think England are lacking slightly in that area. Crouch, Defoe and Heskey are the people in the frame, which says a lot about the lack of English strikers on the world stage.

What I think will happen, is obviously Rooney will start, but the other position will be a mixture of the other three.

Roll back the years and bring back Shearer. If only, eh! Can you imagine Rooney and Shearer! What a delightful combination that would have been, although quite similar players.

Let's hope we do well, and makes for a great summer of pub lunches and BBC football on tap - fantastic! :p

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Postby Wayzgoose » Wed Mar 10, 2010 3:37 pm

DVDdropship wrote:Roll back the years and bring back Shearer.

Let's roll them back a bit further to the time of wingers - Gordon Hill and Steve Coppell :-)

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Postby DVDdropship » Wed Mar 10, 2010 4:43 pm

Ah, now we are going back.

If only we could pick and choose throughout the years. Some great players to be had :)

I am just hoping another great English player, Mr Rooney, does the job for us tonight at OT.

Talking of which, I better get a shift on..

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Postby AnnaMel » Thu Mar 11, 2010 9:14 am

DVDdropship wrote:I am just hoping another great English player, Mr Rooney, does the job for us tonight at OT.


Didn't he do it... What a game..
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Postby DVDdropship » Thu Mar 11, 2010 12:36 pm

Oh, yes, a job well done.

Wayne is on fire at the moment. It was a great night. The atmosphere in the stadium was fantastic.

Beckham was within touching distance from our seats at one stage, lapping all the attention up.

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Postby AnnaMel » Wed Mar 17, 2010 1:15 am

Its unfortunate what happenned to Beckham... Hope he will be OK...
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Postby DVDdropship » Wed Mar 17, 2010 10:21 am

I am gutted for Becks. That is the end for him now. It was only 7 days ago I was watching him at OT.

He has been a great servant for English football.

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