2014 World Cup Qualifying

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  1. Jack Lambert

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    Well, here's the thread for all information on 2014 World Cup Qualifying for the right to go to Brazil.

    European qualifying matches don't start until September 2012, due to Euro 2012. All of the other confederations have started the qualifying rounds already.

    Here's the list of qualified teams. I'll update the list throught the next two years.

    Qualified Nations:

    Brazil
     
  2. Zeus

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    Good job man, the matches start in September the 7th if I am not mistaken. There are some very interesting groups, let's hope for as many white teams as possible to qualify in the world cup.
     
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    Thank you Zeus!!

    Anyway, I'm hoping Australia will be able to qualify out of Asia, but it looks like they are having a little trouble in their group. Rebajlo might be able to provide a little more insight on Australia. They've only managed 1 goal so far in the 4th round juggernaut that is the AFC, including a goalless draw with Oman. At least the other draw was against one of the best teams in Asia; Japan.

    The European groups are also very interesting to me as well. Group E is very interesting to me; I believe that group is pretty wide open. I'm thinking any of the top three teams in that group can qualify. I'm not sure how Norway's national team looks right now; but judging from the U21 team I saw a couple of years ago, probably not good. I'm hoping Slovenia will be able to top Group E.
     
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    the south american qualifications as of today:

    1-chile
    2-uruguay
    3-argentina
    4-ecuador
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    5-venezuela
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    6-colombia
    7-bolivia
    8-paraguay
    9-peru

    the teams ranked 1, 2, 3, 4 will qualify directly, the 5th team will play a relatively easy playoff against an asian team

    from a racial point of view, the teams with the most whites are argentina first, then uruguay, then brazil
    brazil is already qualified, then argentina and uruguay shouldn't have any problems qualifying

    the other teams i would like to see at the next world cup are paraguay and peru, they are very badly ranked but that's because the calendar was bad for them, i'm not worried

    the next matches will be in september:
    argentina vs paraguay the 7th of september and peru vs argentina the 11th of september will be interesting matches

    peru has a lot of trouble because most of their great players were injuried, and paraguay just got a new coach (an uruguayan, like peru's coach)
     
  5. Rebajlo

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    Jack Lambert -

    Australian football is going backwards. Much of the responsibility for this collapse lays with the Jew (there's that omnipresent link again...) Frank Lowy, who was elected as chairman of Football Federation Australia (then known as Soccer Australia) in 2003. The old NSL (National Soccer League) folded in 2004 to be replaced a year and a half later by the much-heralded, creatively named A-League, whose inaugural season was 2005-2006.

    Everyone had high hopes for the new A-League. We were told that this competition - supposedly being free of the "troubles" which had always previously plagued Australian football - would usher in a golden age of "professionalism" and player development. Consequently, our national team was to improve exponentially, charging down a path towards relentless world domination.

    The ever-suspicious Rebajlo, however, noted Lowy's ethnicity and therefore suspected something far different. My suspicions proved very well founded as - in the usual Yid fashion - clubs began to import increasing numbers of foreigners and to filter in "minorities". In this case, the "minorities" are Muslims and Negroes, with a special emphasis on so-called "refugees". Have a look at a selection of clubs' squad pages below. As we are in the off-season (we have "summer soccer"), not all of them are quite current, but they'll give You an idea of what I'm talking about.

    ADELAIDE UNITED:

    http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/adelaideunited/players

    BRISBANE ROAR:

    http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/brisbaneroar/players

    SYDNEY FC:

    http://www.footballaustralia.com.au/sydneyfc/players

    Here's a photo from the launch of the newest "franchise", the Western Sydney Wanderers:

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    A Negro and an Arab. Sounds familiar?

    So, instead of producing players capable of cutting the mustard in European club football who could form the nucleus of a genuinely competitive national team, the A-League is an increasingly politically-correct travesty (not to mention the "youth systems", which are even worse).

    Consequently, the Socceroos (who are coached by ex-Canada manager Holger Osieck - I'm sure that Football Federation Australia had to use hardwood cudgels to fight off every other FA in the world to secure the services of this tactical titan...) heavily rely on veteran players above the age of thirty, some of whom are in "semi-retirement", plying their trade in Asia, the Middle East, or the glittering A-League itself.

    Despite the ever-optimistic bleating of the football-ignorant Australian media (when they could be bothered to mention the sport...), the future of our national team is about as bright and airy as the bottom of the crap can in a portable dunny on a worksite populated by loose-bowelled fat blokes with a liking for black pudding, stout beer and liquorice...
     
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    So what were the "troubles" you're referring to? They didn't have anything to do with the old ethnically-based teams by any chance?

    Back in the 80s Canada started up a professional national league that lasted about two or three years. One of the reasons it was said to have failed was because a rich Italian-Canadian heavily involved in football until then refused to put up any money unless his amateur team, Toronto Italia, could be in the league. TPTB were appalled at the idea of ethnic teams but it probably would've worked a lot better than "franchises" without any history and stupid made up names. From what I know amateur teams like Toronto Croatia (with two or three blacks on the team last I checked) and the Serbian White Eagles and the aforementioned Toronto Italia still get good crowds considering the fact that they are amateurs. An ethnic league, IMO, would've been very popular but its popularity and the passions it would have unleashed would have also shown what a lie the whole official multiculti "diversity is our strength" policy is in reality.
     
  7. Rebajlo

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    Matra2 -

    Yes, the violence of the "ethnics" was one of the troubles I was alluding to. The other was the financial viability of clubs and their ability (or lack thereof) to attract sufficient supporters to remain in business.

    Let's begin with "ethnic" violence, which I've discussed before in other threads. This Balkan bull**** was blackening the name of the sport here in Australia for decades. There's no need for me to go into detail - the following clips sum it all up (N.B. the audio is a bit low):

    SOUTH MELBOURNE HELLAS v MELBOURNE CROATIA - NSL, 1989/1990:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdzjRKP7a8Q

    SYDNEY CROATIA v SOUTH MELBOURNE HELLAS - NSL, 1996/1997:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80gFhjj5jp8

    Look at the shirtless flex-head ****** at 0:22. What a reeking piece of refuse. As usual with these shaved garlic-gorilla types, the moment that You'd start walking over, informing him that You were going to kick his greasy ****ing head all the way to the Aegean he'd swiftly back away saying "Ah sweah ta God, if ya fukin' touch meeeee, ah'll take ya to court and fukin' soo ya!"

    Another well-known example of this "Balkan disease" was the "Bobby Despotovski" incident of 2001. Despotovski - whose real name is Slobodan and, despite his Macedonian surname, is of Serbian parentage - was a Perth Glory striker who made the Serbian "three fingered salute" in a match against the Melbourne Knights (formerly named Melbourne Croatia...). The Melbourne Knights fans viewed this as an insult and went nuts, lobbing flares onto the field and engaging in other such nonsense. After the game, a group of "Croatian Australians" attacked Despotovski, Perth coach Bernd Stange and several other Perth players as they boarded the team bus. A couple of reports on the whole farce are in the following video:

    [video=youtube;4LswqYtG-H8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LswqYtG-H8[/video]

    Now, let's have a look at the issue of fiscal viability. As there is no promotion or relegation in the A League, it was intended to comprise of eight clubs that were financially stable and sustainably supported, thus avoiding the embarrassment of organisations succumbing to "financial difficulties" and dropping out of the competition.

    Well, that obviously worked a treat as the single non-Australian "franchise", the New Zealand Knights, folded after a mere two seasons - "boasting" average attendances of something in the vicinity of 3,500. The Knights were promptly replaced by the optimistically-named Wellington Phoenix.

    The 2009-2010 season witnessed the addition of two "expansion" teams: North Queensland Fury (based in Townsville) and Gold Coast United.

    So, the future of the league was looking up, eh? Not really, because North Queensland Fury only lasted two seasons before going bust (Robbie Fowler was their foreign "marquee" player, whose contract is exempt from the salary cap). The club was losing money from the outset and it quickly became apparent that their crowds were far lower than the executive management had anticipated.

    They finished dead last in their second campaign, had an average attendance of about 6,500 in their inaugural season, which fell to just over 4,000 the following season, before having their license revoked and unceremoniously biting the dust. What a towering monument to strategic planning...

    So, how did that other expansion club - Gold Coast United - fare? In terms of performances on the field, Gold Coast started admirably, finishing third in their debut season (being knocked out on penalties by Newcastle Jets in the playoffs). However, just like North Queensland Fury, their Achilles' heel was consistently low gates, as Gold Coast drew the smallest crowds in the league (which is really saying something...). Their first -season average was about 5,400, which dropped to about 3,500 in each of the following two campaigns. They still managed to claim fourth place in 2010-2011 (reaching the "preliminary final" - i.e. one step before the title-deciding "grand final"), before things went truly pear-shaped in 2011-2012. Gold Coast's license was revoked with four games remaining, but they were permitted to play those final matches and finished with the wooden spoon.

    Gold Coast's billionaire owner Clive Palmer became embroiled in a feud with the FFA's (Jewish) chairman Frank Lowy, threatening to form a breakaway league and even a separate soccer governing body but that was all hot air.

    Returning to the subject of international football, alarm bells should be pealing (and bladders releasing) throughout the Australian football establishment in response to the failure to qualify for the current Olympic tournament. That Australia couldn't get out of a group containing the likes of the United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan, and Iraq is bad enough. That Australia didn't win a match out of the six they played is even worse. That Australia failed to score a single goal in those six matches is nightmarishly blood-freezing.

    The humiliating Olympic "non-qualification" campaign has provided a grimy window on the direction in which Australian football is heading. For a start, the following creeps were in the squads - note the ethnicities (I've just double-checked the number of appearances each of them made):

    Aziz Behich - Turk (4 starts):

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    Kofi Danning - Ghanaian Negro (1 start; 2 appearances as a substitute):

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    Mohammad Mustafa Amini - Afghan-Nicaraguan hybrid (1 start; 1 sub):

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    Kerem Bulut - Turk (2 subs):

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    Isaka Cernak - Negro (no appearances):

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    Bernie Ibini-Esei - Nigerian Negro (no appearances):

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    The starting lineups were therefore still obviously almost all White but the presence of the abovementioned Muslim and black dross in such numbers is something altogether novel and indicative of the attitudes of the "new generation" of naive, brainwashed coaches suckled on European TV images of the supposedly superior "ghetto-minority" footballer. The "fruits" of two decades of meticulous western European-derived propaganda (in turn, itself precipitated by another prior couple of decades of American-derived propaganda) are now poisoning Australian sport.

    Non-Whites are being funnelled into the "youth" game at an alarming rate and this shall have the usual deleterious effects on standards in both the A League and senior national team. As we all know from the French and English "models", the more non-Whites in junior and youth football, the more anti-White the "football culture" becomes and before one can say "leftist arseholes" White kids are basically forced out of the sport or, at the very least, "discouraged" from taking part.

    The sad thing is that despite more Australian kids playing junior soccer than any other sport, the "establishment" increasingly feels the need to disproportionately draw professional players from non-White "communities" in the belief that this is the formula for success. The results are beginning to speak for themselves...
     
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  8. Matra2

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    I wonder if Zeus has had a look at those videos.:biggrin:

    Melbourne must be the only city on earth where tennis hooliganism is a problem.
     
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    I don't wish to speak ill of the banned, but given the Greeks' "inexplicable" compulsion to leave Greece there is a very good chance that one of his hundred or so "cousins" was involved...:icon_wink:

    Nice, isn't it? All of the usual suspects, of course.

    I wonder how many of them were actually born in the nations they love so much. I'll wager that most of these fools' grandparents migrated to Australia (I wonder why...) yet here they are, loyal "Australians" to the core:

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    :doh:
     
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    The time has come. I don't know why, but from a really young age, for some reason, I always enjoyed these "mini championships" of the qualification round for Euro or World Cup, more than the actual final tournaments :icon_rolleyes:

    Some very interesting groups in the European continent with group I being the strongest one, including World's greatest team ever Spain and France for one position only, which will lead in the world up (directly). Group F seems to be interesting too, with Portugal and Russia being in the same group and Group A should be very unpredictable too (Croatia, Serbia, Belgium, Scotland).

    Group G should be a piece of cake for Greece, but you never know. No team in that group seems to be dangerous though, maybe Slovakia a little, we will see how the opening game in Latvia goes. I expect Greece to qualify with no problems!

    I will be rooting for Greece, Spain, Argentina to qualify in the World Cup and my second home France to be as white as possible and to qualify as second best behind Spain.

    I also hope for a stronger Russia and as many majorly white South American teams to qualify.

    I hope teams like England and their Negro roster, the new USA team that looks blacker than ever before and "melting pot" Germany to fail miserably! :eyebrows:
     
  11. frederic38

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    i hope belgium won't qualify, they have some great white players like hazard but their team is disgusting
    croatia, serbia and scotland should be all-white or close (a black scottish was mentionned here :alien: and croatia might want to play with a brazilian player, we'll see)
     
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    Which teams are you rooting for my friend?

    I hope you make some space for the Greek Lions too hehe :target:

    Do you think France might get even whiter than it was in the Euro?
     
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    slovakia is a big team, i started liking their team in 2006 when they humiliated the "french" national team in the "stade de france": http://youtu.be/7h68mWnTmBA
    but recently they didn't qualify to the 2012 euro champs: http://www.castefootball.us/forums/...ing-Tournament?p=232647&viewfull=1#post232647

    for the reasons mentioned in the post i linked, i'll root for greece in this group

    as for the rest, like i said there are very few surprises in the world cup qualifiers usually, 1 big team usually doesn't make it, and from our point of view there are 2 possible surprises: italy or engand finishing in 2nd position of their qualifying group and losing in the qualifying play-offs

    -everybody probably know what i think about this generation of italian players: i think that denmark could finish ahead of italy (in italy there will be balotelli, el sharawy and maybe ogbonna)

    -england vs ukraine? that's going to be a though match

    netherlands have an easy group, but i will hope that hungary comes back to its glory days and finish ahead of them (OK, very unlikely, i just hate holland since the 2010 world cup :D)
    and turkey is pretty bad these days

    so here are the teams that would qualify in first position whithout any surprise:

    group: A: croatia (but as you said the group is pretty even, i'll hope that belgium won't qualify - that would be a huge upset since they have a lot of star players, some of them white, some of them non-white, and i hope that the non-white players like kompany, witsel ect will be exposed)
    B: italy
    C: germany
    D: netherlands
    E: norway
    F: portugal
    G: greece
    H: england
    I: spain

    out of these maybe norway could finish behind slovenia (all-white)
    and italy behind denmark
    england behind ukraine
    that's pretty much all the suprises that wouldn't surprise me too much and would make place for all-white teams (or close for denmark)

    then there will be the play-offs for the 2nd place finishers, but it's too early to talk about this

    we need a central defender, maybe mexes if he gets back in shape, because right now we have 2 black central defenders in the roster, and i'm afraid that one of them might play
    france can't afford it
    otherwise i think that we will be as white as before, but the big difference will be that giroud is going to be our main striker
    but it will be useless if we play with a black central defender
    and gignac must come back in the french national team, he's back to scoring in france, he should take gomis' (black clown) place on the bench
     
  14. Arend

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    Ah Jebus Christ please not that crap again....you would want England/Germany/USA "to fail miserably" even if they would play with 11 eleven white players. But yeah, go ahead and support France and Argentina...... totally makes sense.
    Maybe because in the qualifiers you could see Greece play, in contrast to the real tournaments ; )
     
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    A) I never had a problem to root for Brits like Joe Calzaghe, Chris Hoy, Ricky Hatton, Dorian Yates. Plus most, if not all my favorite music groups have been (traditionally) British. Now I can't help it but feeling emetic when I see their football team with 6 or 7 Negroes in the roster. If you don't now, I am 1/4 French, I grew up watching the great team of Platini with 10 whites in..........Do you think I rooted for France against all white team of Italy, even though part French, in the final of 2006 World Cup with all those Africans in the team? Does that make me anti-French too I guess by your awesome logic? :)

    B) USA............man most movie stars I admire are white Americans. Michael Phelps, I love him, Larry Bird? All these American WWE stars I grew up with? Sampras, Aggasi? Old time boxing legends as Harry Greb, Rocky Marciano, Willie Pep and so on? DUDE GET A GRIP :)


    C) Michael Schumaher was hanging as a poster from the wall of my room during the whole decade of the 90's, enough said :)

    D) Argentina's roster is EASIER whiter than England, USA and even Germany's current team, only a moron could not see that!

    E) Did you watch Euros of 2004, 2008, 2012? Confederations Cup of 2005? World Cups of 1994 and 2010? Man Greeks made it in all of them and won Euro 2004 as well.


    Now how many Greek athletes or teams have you rooted for, during your life?

    Man in all honesty, people like you and a couple more morons in here, REMIND ME OF NEGROES in Yahoo Answers..................You will call out others for things, YOU GUYS DO SYSTEMATICALLY OR ARE. But you guys have all the moderators and owners of this site, fully supporting your racism against other white nations, so it's all good for you I guess :)

    Why did I even spent so much time writing all this to someone like you? Dude..........Whatever you say.

    PS
    Goodnight and thanks for your thoughts and posts Frederic. Merci beaUcoup mon pot!
     
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    Make up your mind! Either you should stop posting about how you disdain GER/USA/UK because you love person “X” so much ( By the way, that goes in the same direction as saying that you are not racist because some of your best friend are blacks/jews), or just continue to write stupid stuff about them. Also, you missed my point. You root for France (higher percentage of non-whites than Germany) and Argentina (the same as France), but you want the “melting-pot” Germany to fail? How is that logical? And yes, at least i try to be logical and reasonable.

    Really? Maybe we should take a closer look at that? 2010 World-Cup Rosters:
    Germany: Total 5 non-whites (including Khedira, if I would follow your standards he would be white)
    Argentina: 11 Mestizos, 1 Jew
    Friendly match, August 16 2012:
    Germany: Total Players: 17, Non White: 4 = 23, 53%
    Argentina: Total Players: 15, Non White: 8 = 53, 33%

    So……who is the “moron” now?
    Ahhh geeezz , you took that serious. But while we are at it, Greece won the title 2004 the same way Germany went through to the final in 2002: fortune and dirty football.
    I don’t have any obligation to root for some other nation’s athletes (not even of my own country), and neither have you. Apart from that, there were simply no Greek athletes that I could have rooted for while growing up (At least not that I remember).

    You better watch your mouth sweetie. In Germany we say “Der Esel schimpft den anderen Langohr“ when someone says something like this. Morons....You even thought that I was "Thrashen"

    I fixed that for you
    Could you please enlighten me what kind of “person” I am?
     
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    1 counted 6 for germany in 2010, and a lot of foreigners too like an albanian, poles, spanish ect
    this is why they were seen as multicultural

    in argentina's squad i didn't see the 11 mestizos
    players like aguero, di maria, can be suspect but until nothing is proven i consider them whites
    aguero had a picture with a jersey from a paraguayan team when he was younger, but he said that it was because he grew up with paraguayans surrounding him ect
    riquelme was of proven paraguayan origin for example

    i consider the 2010 argentina squad whiter than the 2010 germany squad
     
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    No Albanians so far, mostly Turk and Blacks, however only 3 non-whites are in the squad right now (4 if you count Gündogan who gets called from time to time). The eleven Mestizos were:

    Sergio Romero, Ariel Garcé, Nicolás Otamendi, Clemente Rodríguez, Ã￾ngel Di María, Jonás Gutiérrez, Javier Pastore, Juan Sebastián Verón, Maxi Rodriguez, Sergio Agüero and Carlos Tévez.

    Some of them are clearly Mestizo (Romero) while other individuals are more borderline cases (Pastore or Maxi Rod. for example). Most of these "Mestizos" will be in fact "Castizos" anyway. Di María is on the other hand is clearly not white. Football in Argentina is mostly played by the lower class (mostly Mestizos and Castizos) and immigrants from Paraguay or Bolivia, thus a fair amount of football players are Mestizos/Castizos. If you would look at Argentinian Rugby or Hockey teams, they would be 95%+ white, cause these sports are played by the white middle/upper class. But please lets not start one of these "White Argentina" discussions (if you ever visited 4chan you know what I am talking about)
     
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    i thought that marko marin was albanian
    anyway he's not german, and while i count ibrahimowitch as white in my breakdowns it increases the multicultural aspect of both sweden and germany


    i don't know 4chan
    was castefootball linked there at one point?
    you're the second new poster to mention this site

    i think that maxi rodriguez is white and pastore too
    a lot of argentines come from sicily and from the rest of the south of italy, hence the exotic look some of them have
    some also have lebanese origin, like lucas leiva (brazilian) batistuta, higuain and many others
    aguero is rumored to be of lebanese origin

    tevez, rodriguez, and romero are the only ones i would consider nonwhites from the list you gave

    here is a french actor which looks pretty much like aguero: http://www.google.fr/search?hl=fr&c...source=og&sa=N&tab=wi&ei=PhxGUI3QAume0QW_6YAo
     
  20. Arnold Von Winkelried

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    I also find /pol/ and /int/ 4Chan discussions on Argentinians Whiteness pointless, but I really can't consider this guy as white (and it's just an example). To me Rodriguez and Pastore aren't white either and don't even look like Sicilians.

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    Incas are coming back.

    On the other hand Messi is the prototype of an Italian and is completely white.

    As Arend has said, the rugby team is much more European.

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    By the way 4Chan is an imageboard where you find whatever you want (don't be surprised to see a lot of interracial porn). Some threads are interesting, but most of them are pure trolling.
     
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    that's because riquelme is not argentine, but paraguayan (althought born in argentina)
    there are non-whites in the football squad though, you are both right, tevez and many others wouldn't play rugby

    as for football being for the poor in argentina, it's the same in germany (in france too, and in many other countries i guess)

    so that's 3 posters that appeared during the 2012 euro champs that know this website?
    was castefootball linked there?
     
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  22. Arnold Von Winkelried

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    In fact there are Whites in whole South America just more or less depending on the regions., but the definition of Whiteness isn't as selective as in North America or in Europe (if Whiteness still means something here :icon_cry:). Argentina is one of the whitest country there, but still many players are racially questionable.

    In fact it's a well-known site so I don't think it has to be linked to Castefootball to be talked to here. The politically incorrect board is filled with white nationalists, but also a lot of trolls.
     
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    messi's family is from italy but not from the south, and also from spain but from catalunya
    so that's why he looks more pale than other italian-spanish-argentine players
     
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    Even though I said I will never waste time with people like Arend (who's not even a main account, but a troll account of a main one, I mean his style and even the way he's editing is so obvious) but I did it again. I don't spend much time on this site anymore and the little time I spend in here, I definitely don't want to spend it on morons!

    Here are Football teams of USA, UK and Germany :

    USA Football (not as bad as I thought I admit. I guess the basketball team made me think that the football team is as bad) : http://manhattanoffender.typepad.com/.a/6a00d8341bfd9e53ef0133eccc400f970b-450wi

    England Football team (no comment):
    http://blog.yipiii.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/england-euro-2012-squad-pictures.jpeg

    Germany Football team (Arabs, Albanians, Turks, Negroes, even most whites are not German either...... WTF Hitler's dead body will swing in his grave man lol):
    http://topfootball.info/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Germany-Team-Euro-2012.jpg

    Now Argentina's Football team:
    http://footballgalleries.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/5431910511_632e076316_b.jpg
    (Maybe it's just me, but 10 out of 11 players look PLAIN WHITE to me)


    It's no secret that 85,2% (according to some sources) up to 93,7% (other sources) of Argentinians are PURE white people of Italian, Spanish and German people, most of them first and second generation immigrants.

    I am done with it, this thread is about football and world cup qualification round, in all honesty I am sick and tired of these 2-3 members who keep attacking me and my country for everything I say................What's even more ironic is that the vast majority of their posts are pure rants, whining and desperate "crying" about their white obese, stupid, self loathing, Negro worshipers co-citizens, but they will attack me viciously If I say one bad word about the situation they already criticize and acknowledge too........that shows their obvious insecurity and how bad they really feel for the countries and societies they live in!

    Back to football though, Latvia vs Greece predictions?
     
  25. Arend

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    It depends. Just from what I know, Black/Turk/Muslim players are almost 100% low class, while most white players come from a working class/middle class background (Manuel Neuers father was a Police officer, Mario Götzes father even has a phd and professorship). And there are guys like Podolski or Großkreutz that are just dumb^^.And one must remember that being "poor" in Germany or France is very different from being poor in Argentina
    Almost impossible to know. Threads are not saved there, but I can assure that I didnt find castefootball throught 4chan (There is a board /sp/ for sports, but I almost never visit it). You have never heard of 4chan before that ? I thought that the site was quite popular
    I even wrote you in German before, I am not Thrashen, you are just being paranoid. Although somehow this really flattering for me, since I am not a native English speaker (Thrashen is American). Thank you.
    There it is ! the long overdue Hitler/Nazi reference ! And by the way, please show me the "Albanians" !
    I never attacked you or your country, something you did constantly accompanied by personal attacks. You did that in this thread, you did that in pms, yet you are the poor victim. As it appears to me you are incapable of reasoning and having a normal discussion.
     
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