Friday, June 25, 2010

Tango et Futbol



Nevin said...

I am rooting for Chile. I know they do not have much change when there is Brazil, Spain and England in the picture but hey... I always go for the underdog.



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Frank Partisan said...

Nevin: What about Ghana? The last African team in competition.

Megaan: I will link to your blog.

Nevin said...

Ren: what did you think? Of course I am rooting for Ghana tomorrow... :):)

tony said...

Ingerrrlaaaand........... !
In The UK football is the Opium of The Masses .

K. said...


Frank Partisan said...

Megaan: I linked to your blog.

Nevin: Have fun in Turkey.

K: That's what I said.

Tony: I'd love to be at the events of the World Cup.

Daniel Hoffmann-Gill said...

Poor old England, out again at the hands o the Germans...

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Daniel H-G: I watched on TV Brazil and Chile today.

I'm new to the sport.

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Well, I urge you to get into football Ren, even after all of the heartbreak....

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SecondComingOfBast said...

Fun sport to play, boring as hell to watch, at least on television. I can understand why there are so many soccer hooligans who raise holy hell and engage in property destruction. If its as boring to watch in person as it is on the telly how could they not? After watching that shit for so long you get so frustrated waiting for something to happen you have to take it out on somebody or something.

Playing it, now that's a different story. It's a real rush.

Frank Partisan said...

Auditions: I linked to your blog today.

Daniel H-G: Today I watched Portugal and Spain.

Pagan: The announcers are colorful, particularly when there is a GOOOoaaaaaaaaaal.

Daniel Hoffmann-Gill said...

Plenty around the world would disagree its boring as hell to watch, considering football is the world's most popular sport by viewing figures and attendance at actual matches.

And there aren't so many football hooligans I'm afraid.

Just because it doesn't fit into the high-scoring pattern of American sports, doesn't mean it's boring, esp. as many Us sports only have impact in the US, as many find the repetitive nature of those sports to be, you've guessed it: Boring as hell.