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Eddiereyes909 2010-06-27 17:07

Re: 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
 
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Originally Posted by Michael_Denmark (Post 1376295)
Apparently the coach of the English team is still on contract several years out in the future.

Just read about his comforting contract - providing him with millions of pounds every 12th month.

I wonder if the English fans has the debate-power to get him sacked?

After all, with so many talents on the English team, surely he cant miss that much. With all do respect.

Then again, he is not a young person anymore with all kinds of new visions.

The book that I mentioned about a thousand pages ago, sums this part up quiet well.

Constant sacking of coaches/trainers leaves the team in the same state as always. It's better to let this coach continue to work on and level his team for the future instead of bringing in a new coach that will just start the cycle all over again.

Scot 2010-06-27 17:07

Re: 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
 
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Originally Posted by [R-CON]Rudd (Post 1376163)
well I don't think I'd have the heart to take a disallowed goal at that point after the effort they were putting in in such a high stakes game. Morale was probably destroyed.

Any person who has played a sport to a high level should know that sport is not a fair game. Things will not go your way, and you have to deal with it. Simply outclassed today, deserved winners Germany.

Hauteclocque 2010-06-27 17:12

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Originally Posted by Brummy (Post 1376296)
Whatever happened in the World Cup 2010; at least we're not as bad as France.



Yes, you have just been raped by the Germans :roll:

And at the Euro 2008, at least we're not as bad as England...

Hide your shittiness behind the French mockery, I forgive you Brummy. :mrgreen:

laikiunreal 2010-06-27 17:13

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aahh 2 quotes of the same vid, still..

lol brummy

Serbiak 2010-06-27 17:16

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That´s what Müller said to his teammates after the match :lol:


http://img517.imageshack.us/img517/2084/hahamller.jpg

Michael_Denmark 2010-06-27 17:19

Re: 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
 
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Originally Posted by [R-MOD]Eddiereyes909 (Post 1376299)
The book that I mentioned about a thousand pages ago, sums this part up quiet well.

Constant sacking of coaches/trainers leaves the team in the same state as always. It's better to let this coach continue to work on and level his team for the future instead of bringing in a new coach that will just start the cycle all over again.

Well in principle I agree with the argument. Its the very same conclusion I try to point out in my PR CO guide.

In the PR tourney, changing coaches/co´s, as it has been done quite frequently on some teams, few campaigns back, only supports that books argument.

However, this is with all due respect not the PR tourney, or any other tourney.

This is the biggest single sport event on the globe.

Its the biggest cup on the globe, so far - the PR tourney will of course, eventually become the biggest.

Point is that on this specific football level, there is no such thing as a bad day.

Bad day? That is for all those not participating in the world cup.

World cup is the elite. When talking elite people, in sport and everywhere else, the bad day thinking, is suppressed by professionalism and (mostly) experience.

Viper5 2010-06-27 17:21

Re: 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa
 
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Originally Posted by Scot (Post 1376300)
Any person who has played a sport to a high level should know that sport is not a fair game. Things will not go your way, and you have to deal with it. Simply outclassed today, deserved winners Germany.

Scot is spot on.


As for Fabio, I thought he did fine. Not his fault the defense looked like they were eighty years old.

BloodyDeed 2010-06-27 17:27

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was a great game, germany deserve the win.
Too bad with the not given 2:2, but im sure england hadnt win with that goal too.

torenico 2010-06-27 17:41

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I Think the Lampard Goal would affect the Game, Alot.

Losing 3-1 is way different than Losing 3-2 or 2-2, it would give the English Players enough Morale to make 2 More and Hold on against the Blitz German players.

K4on 2010-06-27 17:54

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http://img155.imageshack.us/img155/7549/unbenanntjo.jpg
poetic justice


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