|Looks like I owe apologies to Brazil and Ronaldo and...||Djudd|
Jun 13, 2002 4:41 AM
|colker. I watched Brazil absolutely look unstoppable this morning. Ronaldo is on form and as strong as I have ever seen him. With the first round elimination of Argentina et.al. Brazil has to be the favorites above England and a rather weak German side. !!!!Allez Senegal Allez!!!|
|you are welcome...||colker|
Jun 13, 2002 5:47 AM
|this world cup is so crazy though that there are no favourites anymore. anything can happen. i do have a world cup rule: after tragedies and disapointments, whenever brazil enters a cup strong and favourite, i desperate and whenever it enters weak and discredited i feel safe... |
btw.. a world cup in korea? that's bad taste.
|djudd.. i imagine you are releived as well||Spirito|
Jun 14, 2002 9:58 PM
|belgium played the football they are capable of. nice goals too. i hope they stay at that level or better as its attracive football and in my mind what they do best.
when brasil play like Mavericks they are hard to stop.
i think well see more surprises before this one is over. so cool that equador scored a win too - it caps a brilliant acheivement for them to get where they are.
i hope england let their talent fly tonite - playing contained is cool but they never look comfortable and it could play into the danish hands.
like you said "allez senegal, allez"
Jun 15, 2002 1:17 PM
|football is brazil's drama . on the football stadium, brazilians make sense of life. it's brasil's greek tragedy. |
our talent being tremendous and even then we lose.. the best players play the european championships. clubs are corrupt. egos, mistakes, bad luck but when brasil's national team let the nation's talent run loose, surpassing all it's weakness, fragility and sense of loss; then it's magic.