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View Poll Results: NEXT WORLD CHAMPION
BRAZIL 31 27.93%
GERMANY 10 9.01%
ENGLAND 8 7.21%
ARGENTINA 14 12.61%
ITALY 8 7.21%
FRANCE 10 9.01%
SPAIN 7 6.31%
NETHERLANDS 2 1.80%
PORTUGAL 3 2.70%
ANOTHER(MEXICO, USA, KOREA, ETC) 18 16.22%
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post #61 of 109 (permalink) Old 05-12-2006, 05:50 AM
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I voted for Brazil but I'll be as happy should Argentina or Italy win.
Wise woman I am sure you're not to be disappointed because I am quite sure barring major upsets that a winner will most likely come out of these three in a 70% likelihood.

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the correct option should be "Roladinho" instead of Brazil.

I think that if he doesn't play (in case he injury during UCL Final xD) Argentina will win

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I voted for Brazil, but I want Spain will win!

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I prefer Brazil, Croatia & Sweden

oh my god, Croatia vs. Brazil lol
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Still 27 days!!Iam very excited!

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the correct option should be "Roladinho" instead of Brazil.

I think that if he doesn't play (in case he injury during UCL Final xD) Argentina will win
Yeah, because the Brazilian team depends entirely on Ronaldinho, right?

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Yeah, because the Brazilian team depends entirely on Ronaldinho, right?
Nothing like a good old fashioned debate between Brazilians and Argentines .

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Nothing like a good old fashioned debate between Brazilians and Argentines .
hahaha

Interesting that the ones who start the debate are always the Argies.

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hahaha

Interesting that the ones who start the debate are always the Argies.
we are gonna win!!!

END OF DEBATE.

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Nothing like a good old fashioned debate between Brazilians and Argentines .
I am not a big fan of futbol or soccer but the Argetine teams are my 2nd favorites especially River plate.

This debate will be endless, especially in latin-america where soccer is usually the #1 sport.

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England have an amazing team even without Rooney, I hope that they'll win. Otherwise, Brazil are the obvious favourite.

France won't win it but will be a pain in the ass to watch and to score against. They will probably be involved in penalty shout out every time from the 1/8. Karlovic style.
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my fav team is Germany, but i chose Brazil, Germany is getting older, now, i hope ARGENTINA can against Brazil!
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my fav team is Germany, but i chose Brazil, Germany is getting older, now, i hope ARGENTINA can against Brazil!
the only reason i see germany going far is cause they are at home...not a favourite team if world cup were played in another place...

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hahaha

Interesting that the ones who start the debate are always the Argies.
Well Brazil winning more World Cups will do that sort of thing.

On Nadal bumping him on the changeover, Rosol said: "It's ok, he wanted to take my concentration; I knew he would try something".


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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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the only reason i see germany going far is cause they are at home...not a favourite team if world cup were played in another place...
willie, do you have a pic of Messi's little girl friend? haha. it almost broke my heart.
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