2014 World Cup Qualification Tournaments

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  1. Rebajlo

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    Here is a "replacement" thread for the 2014 World Cup qualification tournaments, the original unfortunately having been locked as the result of an off-topic slanging match.

    Now, I'm no moderator (nor do I view myself as some sort of soccer section "leader") but I'd like to take the time to briefly stray away from topic myself and ask people to respect the conventions of the board and thus avoid off-topic arguments which only serve to derail otherwise enjoyable and informative threads.

    Disagreements are inevitable, but if certain statements rile any of You to a critical point then You should probably consider:

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    The vast majority of us are here for the same purpose: we are pro-White fellows who wish to discuss pro-White issues, primarily in the arena of sports. It is always worth keeping in mind the reasons for Caste Football's existence and the objective of the site: we are collectively striving to make other Whites aware of the issues of anti-White discrimination in all facets of life, with particular emphasis on sport.

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    So, let's keep things civil, eh? :thumbsup:

    Anyway, back to the football...

    Here are the opening fixtures in the European section (to be played September 7):

    GROUP A:

    Croatia v Macedonia
    Wales v Belgium

    GROUP B:

    Malta v Armenia
    Bulgaria v Italy

    GROUP C:

    Kazakhstan v Republic of Ireland
    Germany v Faeroe Islands

    GROUP D:

    Estonia v Romania
    Andorra v Hungary
    Netherlands v Turkey

    GROUP E:

    Albania v Cyprus
    Slovenia v Switzerland
    Iceland v Norway

    GROUP F:

    Russia v Northern Ireland
    Azerbaijan v Israel (that's "Europe" for You...)
    Luxembourg v Portugal

    GROUP G:

    Liechtenstein v Bosnia and Hercegovina
    Lithuania v Slovakia
    Latvia v Greece

    GROUP H:

    Montenegro v Poland
    Moldova v England

    GROUP I:

    Georgia v Belarus
    Finland v France

    By the way, I'll post last weekend's English Premier League breakdowns tomorrow... :icon_wink:
     
  2. frederic38

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    here are the european groups before any matches are played:

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    the teams in first position of each group here are the ones that should logically qualify in first position
    the teams in second position will play a qualifying play-off (only the 8 best second place finishers out of 9)

    group A is pretty even and the team expected to qualify would be belgium because they have a lot of players that play in top club, but i hope that whiter teams like scotland, croatia and serbia will beat them, and so belgium would fail once again with their heavily non-white team

    then i hope that denmark will upset italy because i don't want to see balotelli and el sharaawy at the world cup
     
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    then i copy-paste what i posted about the south-american qualifications in the other thread:

    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)
     
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    Lionel Messi should be embarrassed with this ridiculous Lays potato chips commercial:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OgjCJ3hpWo

    He looks like he's retarded.

    This weekend I'll be watching Russia v Northern Ireland, Moldova v England, and Scotland v Serbia.
     
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    messi has financial problems? why would he do this?

    imagine being benzema on seeing this piture everywhere in the streets, on every wall:

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    the text is also pathetic because it's a joke about scoring goals while benzema scored his last goal months ago
    and it's and ad for the ones who like to call their family in algeria or senegal for cheap

    i'll watch france vs finland in europe :yuck:
    then argentina vs paraguay, and probably peru vs venezuela
     
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    I guess that the Senegalese shall be complaining of racial discrimination, given that calls to Senegal are more expensive than those to Spain and Algeria...
     
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    In a couple of genuinely heavyweight clashes, the Solomon Islands have defeated Tahiti 2-0, while New Zealand beat New Caledonia by the same score... :icon_wink:
     
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    Bulgaria vs. Italy will probably be the most interesting match of the night…unfortunately, there were a number of clashes between Bulgarian and Italian fans four years ago when these two teams faced each other in the 2010 World Cup qualifiers, so there is some bad blood between these opponents. This group is difficult to predict, Bulgaria and Armenia are more than capable of causing upsets. Netherlands vs. Turkey, Finland vs. France, Lithuania vs. Slovakia and Montenegro vs. Poland are also likely to be finely poised matches.

    Croatia are actually a strong favourite to top their group (they played quite well during the Euro 2012 tournament and have many star players like Modric, Olic, and Mandzukic. Domagoj Vida is also a very promising defender). Serbia have been disappointing over the last two years, for some reason Vidic rarely manages to replicate his Manchester United form in national team jersey. However, I wouldn’t be surprised if the Serbs secured second place. Scotland are no pushovers either, watch out for Jordan Rhodes. Belgium’s defense is top notch and their two goalkeepers (Mignolet and Courtois) are on their way to becoming world class custodians. Their midfielder and attacking options are far from limited, but their forwards look unpolished. During the previous qualifiers the Belgians often crumbled under pressure and will need to improve the mental aspect of their game.
     
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    I didn't even know New Caledonia had their own team. Christian Karembeu was from New Caledonia and he always played for France. Unless NC's constitutional situation changed that seems weird.
     
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    New Caledonia ranked 128, just ahead of Northern Ireland.:icon_redface:
     
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    capello (russia's coach) said that he had only 2 strikers, but that it didn't really matter, as they were only playing against northern ireland :icon_surprised:
     
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    Northern Ireland have a history of pulling off surprise victories when least expected - beating Spain 3-2 during Euro 08 qualifying, and England the year before - alas, that was not to be today. Russia 2 N Ireland 0. The Russians were clearly superior. To make matters worse the Republic of Ireland came from behind to beat Kazakhstan. England up next. I would rather watch Italy and Bulgaria but I don't get the channel. Balotelli isn't playing.
     
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    England still ranked #3 in the world according to FIFA.:crazy:
     
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    1-0 at half time for france against finland, atrocious refereeing as always when a small team faces a FIFA favourite: 1 clear penalty given away by france's atrocious black defence was not given by the referee
    everytime i watch this kind of match things like this happen
     
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    Greece won in Latvia against the local team 1-2 in a match which should be 1-5!

    Greek team played very well and aggressively, which is kinda rare for the Greek team. I think Santos is trying (successfully, seems so) to play better football and give to the Greek team a different philosophy and style, than the Great German Otto gave to the team.
    Greece started with 11 whites and ended the game with 11 whites..........Holebas according to his claims he's of Greek, Spaniard and German origin, that makes him white right? I only go by what he says!:shocked:
     
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    great, when i saw that they were down 1-0 i was affraid

    as for holebas, if he really said that he's of spanish origin then count him as white, but i will doubt him until i see a picture of the parents



    france won 1-0 but lloris saved us once again
    benzema didn't score

    i saw that italy draw against bulgaria
    balotelli didn't start (injuried, after his surgical operation in the eye) but ogbonna did
    i saw the goal and ogbonna is guilty on the second bulgarian goal
    he was substituted at before half time, i have no idea why, maybe injuried? or maybe he was catastrophic?
     
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    llhoris is great, I like this man, plus he looks like a french friend, my best French friend actually, plus he seems to be a very down to earth guy and humble!

    What's the racial break down of the team Frederic? I mean for today, the 11 starters and whoever played!
     
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    it's here:

    http://www.castefootball.us/forums/threads/13607-French-Soccer?p=257394&viewfull=1#post257394

    so 5 whites (including ribery, and 1/4 asian cabaye) 5 blacks and 1 arab (algerian)
    then 2 blacks and 1 white came in as substitutes

    there were a lot of injuried players: giroud, koscielny, rami, but i didn't like the team
     
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    United States loses to Jamaica, 2-1, for the first time in 19 matches:

    5 White, 6 Non-White Starters

    US Starters:
    Tim Howard (black)
    Jermaine Jones (black)
    Maurice Edu (black)
    Jozy Altidore (black)
    Fabian Johnson (black)

    Herculez Gomez (Latino)

    Clint Dempsey (White)
    Michael Parkhust (White)
    Geoff Cameron (White)
    Clarence Goodson (White)
    Kyle Beckerman (White Rastafarian)

    EDIT: Modified team makeup based on frederic38's post.

    Jones, Edu Among Biggest Letdowns in Loss
    http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2012/writers/avi_creditor/09/07/usa-jamaica-player-ratings/
     
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    i saw the highlights, jamaica scored on 2 free kicks, so the black goal keeper must be guilty also
    also you can count fabian johson as black because he's the son of an afro american father and german mother, the kind of players that klinsmann seems to like (jermain jones has a similar story and he's not the only one in the roster)

    so that's 6 non-whites and 5 whites
     
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    Thanks, frederic38. Correction made.
     
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    Johnsson, together with the other "American" Williams barely spends time on the pitch with "1899" Hoffenheim, yet they get called every single time for the US national team. I wonder how that is possible ?
    There is still a little bit hope: last time the Netherlands didnt make it to the finals in 2002, Louis van Gaal (the current Bondscoach) was also in charge. However, Hungary, Turkey and Romania seem to be to weak to threaten the Netherlands.
     
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    it's great to hear that maurice edu was one of the worst players, milanclass will like this :happy:

    altidore is one of the worse strikers i ever saw
    he's of haitian origin
    the only other player i know of haitian origin is jean eudes maurice, who plays internationally for haiti, he is at paris saint germain, the biggest french club currently...but he won't play much

    here is a video making fun of paris saint germain's players, comparing them with clowns: http://youtu.be/HyOjfMkLtww
    there are some nice displays of haitian skills, since jean eudes maurice is one of the most represented players in the video
    curiously, all the players they make fun of in this video are blacks :icon_cool: (this was before arab billionaires invested in PSG, now they have very good players, most of them whites)
     
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    while searching more about the american players born of german mothers and african-american fathers, i found this website: http://www.blermans.com/

    it's about the "blermans": blacks+germans= blermans

    it don't even know if the website is satyrical or serious, but there are some quotes that might reflect what klinsmann thinks:

    so ridiculous
    anyway the klinsmann experiment is not going very well, i wonder how their chances to qualify to the next world cup are affected?
    it would be a HUGE surprise if USA wouldn't be able to qualify, because everything is done in order fo them to qualify, FIFA wants USA to do well because the sport (soccer) is not very popular there
     
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    The following excerpt is from a “SPIEGELâ€￾ (German news magazine) article about Klinsmann. I translated some interesting parts:

    http://www.spiegel.de/spiegel/print/d-83774748.html
     

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