Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Germany wins, England out to avoid them...


The Sun, I think, sums up the mood in England. Expectations surrounding Wayne Rooney are stratospheric.

7 Comments:

Anonymous Rui Rocha said...

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12:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

pero Bueno Quico,

tu naciste con un balon en las piernas?? o pateabas naranjas como Pele?
chamo baja un pelo los humos broder, la vaina como si fueras u pro del futbol pues.o vivieras de Ello...
cuando fue la ultima vez que jugaste futbol?

3:03 PM  
Blogger Francisco said...

?? Qué tiene que ver el c*** con las p*******?!?

Hey, it's a life long passion. I spend 47 out of every 48 months of my life waiting for the World Cup, and the 48th obsessing about it...I have since I was 7 years old¡

3:56 PM  
Blogger Francisco said...

And Joe Cole?

FAN-TASTIK!

3:57 PM  
Blogger ow said...

Talk about BS - I just found out Ecuador didn't even play five of their first team players in this games. Well, that takes a lot of the sting out of the loss.

I guess they thought it didn't make much difference if they played England or Sweden.

Anyways, I have to say I think England is beatable. Sure it would be an upset, but I think Ecuador does have some reasonable shot of beating them. At least the five of them who didn't play in this game should be well rested.

10:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Hey, it's a life long passion. I spend 47 out of every 48 months of my life waiting for the World Cup, and the 48th obsessing about it...I have since I was 7 years old¡


and of course, that makes you an expert!!..

un pelo mas de humildad brother!!

3:46 PM  
Blogger ThoughtPundit said...

"The Sun, I think, sums up the mood in England".

Well, The Sun sums up the mood of many vociferous nationalists, who are using football as the latest excuse for singing anti-German songs and resurrecting some imperial arrogance (and could that front page look any more arrogant?). But it's important to emphasise that the tabloids are (as usual) creating a jingoistic 'mood' for the nation, rather than reflecting the genuinely tolerant enjoyment of most fans. Of course, tolerance doesn't sell newspapers.

6:21 AM  

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