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Re: Tennis Tipping #31 ~ Wimbledon

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Deea, I'm just gonna say to you one thing: it's not the coach...
What have the best players of Brazil done in the game? Only Ronaldo tried to do something. Everybody else just disappeared from the game. So you see who are the ones to blame.
Yes, I know the coach cannot be blamed that much but he made the first change in the 75th minute! I mean...come on The team really lacked motivation..I'm sorry, I hope you will not be upset by my comments...I'm just really dissapointed!

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Deea, you don't have reason to be sorry about. I understand that yes, the coach was responsible, but there's more, as I said before.
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Deea, you don't have reason to be sorry about. I understand that yes, the coach was responsible, but there's more, as I said before.
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Oooh, thank you! Okay me=tired and sad now - the result: me going to bed! Good night everybody!

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Scarecrows, you have NO IDEA of how things were here. Brazil here won before the tournament started. I hate that. Victories come for those who play better, not for those who just think that are better.
The media made such a fuzz about everything. The trainings were broadcast live!!! That's too much... nobody wins before the game starts, and Brazil went to Germany with a presumption that just because the players are some of the best in the world, the WC would be won without a struggle. And that's not the mentality of a champion. Brazil played without spirit, without élan... and lost. It's all very fair.
You're full of shit. The whole world was talking about Brazil as the heavy favourites, and that was a result of what they achieved for the past 5 years. Everyone knew what a great team Brazil had, at the same time no one disrespected opponents or thought that the WC was already won. As for showing the practices, get used to it because it will happen once in every four years.

Stop trying to paint a false picture of things to foreigners, as you obviously was cheering for Brazilian failure since the start of the WC.

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Ok patriot. Close your eyes.
Do you know what Cafu just said on the tv? "We thought after the goal that we could win whenever we wanted". That explains everything.
Go cry and learn to respect others.

I begin to realize the argentinians are really much more polite.

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Ok patriot. Close your eyes.
Do you know what Cafu just said on the tv? "We thought after the goal that we could win whenever we wanted". That explains everything.
Go cry and learn to respect others.

I'm beginning to think the argentinians are really much more polite.
One thing is the posture adopted by the team today. But you were implying that the whole country thought that WC was already won, which is completely untrue.

You change your mind fastly. First you were accusing all Argentinians of being ungrateful, now you're accusing all Brazilians of being impolite. Way to go, generalizations will get you very far in life.

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My commentary is true. I've been to Buenos Aires and many treated me very bad.

You are being very unpolite. I criticized the argentinians and no one was so disrespectful as you are now.

All the country thought Brazil would win. That's not true? And this transferred to the players. In 2002 things were much more uncertain. Felipão imposed discipline. There was no fuzz. That way Brazil won. 94 too.
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My commentary is true. I've been to Buenos Aires and many treated me very bad.

You are being very unpolite. I criticized the argentinians and no one was so disrespectful as you are now.

All the country thought Brazil would win. That's not true? And this transferred to the players. In 2002 things were much more uncertain. Felipão imposed discipline. There was no fuzz. That way Brazil won. 94 too.
I've been to Buenos Aires too more than once, and I couldn't notice any pattern of ungratefulness.

Maybe I shouldn't have said that you were 'full of shit', it is a heavy term and if you are offended, I apologize for that.

Not all the country thought that Brazil would win. Far from that. I personally didn't think Brazil would win, and know a few friends who didn't either. But the whole world reckoned we were the favourites. And be careful with generalizations.

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Ok, no problem. If there's a difference of opinion, it's okay. Just be polite.

Maybe you or your friends not. I didn't either, many people I knew too, but 98% of the population simply tought: "we have the best players, we're going to win". And that's not like this. This contaminated the media, that transferred to the ambient of the team. Maybe that wasn't what the players thought at first, but it's undeniable today the team showed otherwise.

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ooohhh we won our doubles matches despite that I didn't send my tips for today matches!!! gj by my partner!!!

allez la france!!!! but I prefered too see Brazil winning another WC instead of Italy or Germany.

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Aguante el Gato fue el que me enseño a jugar TT, ahora nos encontramos en cuartos!!!!!!

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so i have some congrats to do :

Ville , my knight,u rock !!
Deea and Aleka bravo fetelor!!tot asa !
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Deea/Alekutsa will have to beat the powerful BerdychFan/GlennMirnyi first!
The encounter of the IOM!
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I think ZackBusner is 12-1 on grass now. He better play Newport.
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