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Also, mocking Neymar for the injury (your sign) is also disrespectful.

I guess you, among all people, would feel sorry for him after the (very recent) injury of Falcao.

Brazil Openly cheated and the 10 goals they got after the Colombia game was part of the Karma. Zuniga is still getting death threats and Neymar looks fine and walking around pretty well for a guy with a broken back !!!

Brazil went into that game to Injure James or Cuadrado. They lost the little game they wanted to play and got their best player injured. It was the fault of the coach and the ref for going in the way they did. I will not change my sig because it is what I believe. Karma is a bitch.

Falcao actually got hurt. Neymar just didn't want to play in the WC any more. Big difference.
 

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^ Didn't realise Ireland were in the WC.
 

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Ssssh, this doubles our chances.
 

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Brazil Openly cheated and the 10 goals they got after the Colombia game was part of the Karma. Zuniga is still getting death threats and Neymar looks fine and walking around pretty well for a guy with a broken back !!!

Brazil went into that game to Injure James or Cuadrado. They lost the little game they wanted to play and got their best player injured. It was the fault of the coach and the ref for going in the way they did. I will not change my sig because it is what I believe. Karma is a bitch.

Falcao actually got hurt. Neymar just didn't want to play in the WC any more. Big difference.

You are delusional crzd...

1. If Brazil had bought his WC, we would have won it, but we didn't. The referee in the first game made a big mistake, probably afraid to penalize Brazil as he did in the previous WC, but that's it of wrong decisions in favor of Brazil. I also hate how usual it is for teams in South American leagues to try to get penalties and believe all players should be punished after match end for diving or similar.

2. How did you get to the conclusion that Brazil went to injury James or Cuadrado? Did any of them get injured or something?

3. Brazil lost because Germany and Netherlands were vastly superior teams in quality and specially tactical organization, no karma bullshit. Brazilian squad for this World Cup was really mediocre and a dumbass coach for sure didn't help. Colombia has a team that is more organized but with many really average players and that's why you've lost the first match against a decent team.

4. On Neymar not being injured, really... walking around and playing in a world cup match for 90 minutes are kinda different, don't you agree?
 

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Because of this "Gaucho-Dance" the whole "intellectual" press in Germany goes wild: Once more Germany shows its ugly face, they think the world belongs to Germany, they see people from Argentina as subhumans, this whole flag-waving-stuff is sooo radical right-wing ... :palm:

And they think that is gonna bother us? God... They have no imagination to make fun of anyone... But there's something that really bothered me: they barely celebrate their victory. There was a moment after the match ended, when Argentina's players were waiting to receive silver medal, that german players were just standing there, doing nothing, no emotion, nothing... If Argentina had won, players would have gone really crazy, start jumping, screaming, singing, celebrating with the people... I mean, c'mon you fucking jerks!! You are the champions of the world!! CELEBRATE AT LEAST!! :palm: We would have celebrated until now, and definitely would have treated better the precious World Cup, whereas they carry it as a normal package, showing that it means nothing to them:
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why the hell talk about Brazil and Colombia here?
why the hell does anyone care what crzd said? He's crazy ffs :palm:
 

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this thread is even more :yao: than expected
 

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Lol I'm not defending his views because they are farfetched, but fuck off with being disrespectful. Everyone here has people they hate, people they like, and people they openly mock. Stop getting on his case because he doesn't like Neymar, lets go read through the Branca thread and see how respectful people are to our own club.

I gave up on that portion of the forums a long time ago, so enough of the double standard. Either you outlaw all of the disrespect or you accept everyone's personal view, regardless of how much you disagree with it.
 

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Nah fuck that. crzd is one of those clowns who live in their own world and everything he says should be taken with a pinch of yao
 

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yaoing at it is one thing, picking a fight over it is within itself :yao:
 

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At least there won't be any 7-1 nonsense with Dunga around. The team will be well drilled if nothing else.

Still can't forget they had another mental breakdown when he was in charge against the Netherlands.
 

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I honestly don't think Dunga was that bad. His Brazil could have used a bit more firepower/flair but they weren't disorganized or anything. Just mentally fragile, which seems to be becoming a trait of these Brazilian teams.

Had he been coach this time around they probably would have played an even more defensive midfield.

Fernando - Luiz Gustavo or some shit.
 

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Brazil's problem is they're not producing magia players anymore. Especially at striker. There literally is not a top 10 striker who is brazilian, which is very, very rare and quite ridiculous when you think about it. No romario/bebeto/rivaldo/ronaldo type player...not even secondary top talents like prime adriano e.t.c. are around these days for Brazil.

The local clubs have sold out for money and now players are leaving brazil too early and are becoming "euro" players. Neymar did the right thing staying in Brazil as long as possible but then chose to go to Barca, who are now limiting his game.

Brazil needs to do a Germany and revamp their entire infrastructure. Dunga will be perfect if they can produce a few offensive talents to go with Neymar.



I mean, let's be real, when your strikers are Fred and Jo, and your next offensive weapon after Neymar is Oscar (euro type player), you're going to be in some trouble.
 

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I agree with the Euro type player comment you made. It seems brazilians have been institutionalized by coming to Europe too soon. They are taught a system and told not to stray from that. They aren't Germans who will continue to use that same style of play with their national team.

Also Brazil and South American countries in general are at a huge disadvantage. Look at the teams that have dominated recently. Spain = Barcelona players with few Real Madrid sprinkled. Germany = Bayern Munich with a few Dortmund sprinkled. Even the Dutch team was able to draw from players at Feyenoord who are used to playing together, and still many talents who play in the same league and same style of play.

South American teams will never get this level of cohesion, their star players are spread across the map, some in England, some Spain, Italy, etc. Having a system you use a club level that you can take to the international level is irreplaceable. Especially when you're not producing Ronaldos anymore.


Oh and Diego Costa should have been their top striker, IMO. I don't care what anybody says that dudes a Brazilian.
 

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right..but think about it. A striker like Diego Costa would be frowned upon and not even make the squad back in "normal" times for Brazil, where their strikers all had pace, ridiculous skill, and finishing.

Diego costa is like a giovanni elber....lol
 
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