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Jun 23, 2006


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That France made the sweet 16 when they played so poorly is truly a travesty. It's almost as bad as calling Group D (Portugal, Mexico, Angola, and Iran) the "group of death" which I heard from two different commentators.

At least France will be out in the round of 16. ABBAF!!!! (Anyone But Brazil And France)

Michael Kruse

I wish Ghana or Australia would make it to the finals. I don't think any nation outside of Europe or South America has ever played in the World Cup final. The World Cup needs a little more globalization. I could easily support ABBAF.

Nate Custer

Well Mexico is out, now I can rejoice. Living in Texas I am so sick of hearing about how much better mexico has been then the US. The simple fact is Mexico would not have gotten out of our group, and I think we could have made it out of theirs ...

Michael Kruse

I wasn't heavily in favor of either team. I just get tired of seeing the usual suspects in the final like Argentina.

How about the go ahead goal by Maxi Rodriguez? Was that wicked or what?

Nate Custer

I thought the goal from Messi to Tevez was wicked as well ... but that one did not count ;)

I understand your sentiment and will join you both in rooting for anyone but france.

Michael Kruse

Yes. May the soccer gods smile on Spain today.

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