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where? most of our NT guys are well liked, our football clubs are pretty popular, etc; you just hate us

of course there are tools like the guys who haunt MARCA's forum but most of us are pretty cool


i don't hate you guys at all. my grandma was spanish, my dad's second wife (with whom i get along fine) is spanish and spain has been the only european country i've ever been to (had a good time) but...... i just regularly want you guys to lose in sports. don't really know why. can't help it

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i don't hate you guys at all. my grandma was spanish, my dad's second wife (with whom i get along fine) is spanish and spain has been the only european country i've ever been to (had a good time) but...... i just regularly want you guys to lose in sports. don't really know why. can't help it
maybe it's the bored winning thing? people get bored with someone wins too much and Spain's been pretty strong in sports lately

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maybe it's the bored winning thing? people get bored with someone wins too much and Spain's been pretty strong in sports lately
dont think so.. i wanted you guys to lose in everything before you started winning everything. if i were supertitious, i'd be tempted to believe that my hatred might have given you guys luck. a reverse jinx, if you will.

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you're Spain's Linky!

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nobody can compete with linky in that department. plus, i keep telling myself not to believe in that stuff

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Brazil - Venezuela 0:0 . Bad match . Brazil was awful . Nice fighting from Venz

Pato, Robinho and Neymar in attack . can't decide who was worse . Brazil really looks poor . They have just hard workers and these 3 so called artists .neymar is new robinho and pato just isn't world class . Don't see bright " close" future for them
You don't have a clue.
Never saw anyone calling these three of "artists", except Neymar, which obviously he is, as probably the great majority of those who watches south american football will agree. He isn't the new Robinho.
Robinho finishes his goals attempts badly, Neymar is far superior.
Yes, he is somewhat overrated and might end having a Robinho's like career if go play for some european team out of position.
The fact you didn't mentioned the probable most talented brazilian player in he last 10-15 years, shows me you probably don't watch nothing of south american football
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i'm just stating facts here, son...

in any case, why are these spanish so defensive? this is one of the reasons why most rational people dislike spain in sports. i suggest you and your countrymen get that fixed.

Defensive?

I´m only laughing at you, son
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The fact you didn't mentioned the probable most talented brazilian player in he last 10-15 years, shows me you probably don't watch nothing of south american football
As much as I like Ganso, he was quite awful yesterday. Had more to do with him not being sharp and a tad lazy than anything else, hope he can show what he´s made of from now and on
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You don't have a clue.
Samanuke has hardly a clue about anything, forgive the little boy
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It's safe to say no one would have thought Argentina and Brazil would fail to win their opening game, especially since it is arguably the easiest game on paper for both in the group - certainly in Brazil's case.
No ,it's not safe .The informer is not on them for the final win ...I can't stay up watching Chile tonight
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Actually Argentina is his second pick if Chile doesn't grab the shot they'll have to win the thing ,which case will not be the informers's fault !
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No ,it's not safe .The informer is not on them for the final win ...I can't stay up watching Chile tonight
Like a fucking broken record
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yeah i am a bit repetitive ! I shall improve that
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yeah i am a bit repetitive ! I shall improve that
Yes, stop posting.

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I definitely would have preferred Gaba winning as he needs the points much more, but Jan would have beaten him anyway. I expect Hajek to destroy Machado, like 6-1 6-2.
Machado wins 6-2 6-1
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