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All Things World Cup 3 months 3 weeks ago #289227

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Section9 wrote:

mjmaherjr wrote:

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mjmaherjr wrote: Btw the bottom pic for section9 is pisco sour

nah looking at phone regular way and posted them regular way. Same thing happened last week to me

Yeah, how many did you have before you posted those shots? or, did you tilt your head sideways so they looked ok to you?:) :)

totally sober but for some reason when I put pics up they come sideways and upside down but I’m my phone they are normal


Are you holding your phone sideways when you're looking at 'em:)

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All Things World Cup 3 months 3 weeks ago #289236

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Auf wiedersehen Deutschland.
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All Things World Cup 3 months 3 weeks ago #289243

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TX Redman wrote: Auf wiedersehen Deutschland.


DISGRACEFUL showing by Germany!!!!!!
Historic loss to an inferior opponent.
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All Things World Cup 3 months 3 weeks ago #289245

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Class of 72 wrote:

TX Redman wrote: Auf wiedersehen Deutschland.


DISGRACEFUL showing by Germany!!!!!!
Historic loss to an inferior opponent.[/quote

Except for the closing stages against Sweden they showed no fire, acting like they could just waltz in and win because they're Germany.

Now it's time to clean house starting with Low, whose choices for the team and starting line ups were curious at best. Leaving Sane off the squad exposed the speed weakness in the flank attack.

Neur, Meuller, Khedira, Ozil, Reus, Kroos, Hummels, Boateng, Gomez and others need to give way for the next wave . The young team which was playing last year at least showed some spark.

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All Things World Cup 3 months 3 weeks ago #289251

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Class of 72 wrote:

TX Redman wrote: Auf wiedersehen Deutschland.


DISGRACEFUL showing by Germany!!!!!!
Historic loss to an inferior opponent.

That's baseball Susan.

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All Things World Cup 3 months 3 weeks ago #289262

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Section9 wrote:

Class of 72 wrote:

TX Redman wrote: Auf wiedersehen Deutschland.


DISGRACEFUL showing by Germany!!!!!!
Historic loss to an inferior opponent.[/quote

Except for the closing stages against Sweden they showed no fire, acting like they could just waltz in and win because they're Germany.

Now it's time to clean house starting with Low, whose choices for the team and starting line ups were curious at best. Leaving Sane off the squad exposed the speed weakness in the flank attack.

Neur, Meuller, Khedira, Ozil, Reus, Kroos, Hummels, Boateng, Gomez and others need to give way for the next wave . The young team which was playing last year at least showed some spark.


Almost forgot they left Sane out. Among other good young players. But he really sticks out considering he’s easily a top 20 player in the world and didn’t even make this team.

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All Things World Cup 3 months 3 weeks ago #289264

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Glad we picked Saint Petersburg semi final as opposed to Moscow.

Moscow half of the draw: Spain, Croatia, Russia, Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland

Saint Petersburg half: Brazil, France, Argentina, Portugal, Uruguay and Mexico
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All Things World Cup 3 months 3 weeks ago #289268

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sirvoo wrote: Glad we picked Saint Petersburg semi final as opposed to Moscow.

Moscow half of the draw: Spain, Croatia, Russia, Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland

Saint Petersburg half: Brazil, France, Argentina, Portugal, Uruguay and Mexico


Belgium and England?
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All Things World Cup 3 months 3 weeks ago #289276

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Tom in Salem wrote:

sirvoo wrote: Glad we picked Saint Petersburg semi final as opposed to Moscow.

Moscow half of the draw: Spain, Croatia, Russia, Denmark, Sweden and Switzerland

Saint Petersburg half: Brazil, France, Argentina, Portugal, Uruguay and Mexico


Belgium and England?


Not determined yet! Tomorrow we will know where they each wind up. Could be very interesting that game could be a tank fest considering it’s favorable to end up on one side and avoid Brazil in quarterfinals
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All Things World Cup 3 months 3 weeks ago #289311

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Say what you want about there being too many European teams, for the most part (apart from Germany and Poland), they have all performed / progressed. Same with the S. Americans, bar Peru (sorry Mike).
I would prefer to see more of Europe and S. America there (i.e. Holland, Italy, Ireland, Greece, Chile…)

Africa has fared very badly: Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt, Nigeria, Senegal all out. Ditto middle east: Iran and S. Arabia. Australia, S. Korea done. At least Japan progressed.

Looks bad for the US when Costa Rica and Panama did so poorly. Only Mexico came through for CONCACAF…

There’s a lot of teams just making up numbers and it will be worse in 2026 when there are 48 countries.

Some good matchups now we are down to 16. Croatia have really impressed me… but this thing is wide open.
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