EURO 2020

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  1. U88z

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    I'm ashamed of this team, wearing ****** armband,to bullying hungry into satanic globohomo cult,to including hideous jogerz and turks in the ranks everything has gone down since last worl cup victory.
    I hope this team is sent packing with it's precious blacks in the next round.
    I could never ever support this disgusting team.
     
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    Matra2 -

    That photo could have been taken in Wollongong. The two blokes at the left of the shot and the two in the doorway are representative of the kind of Macedonian types one encounters around here all of the time. Although, to be honest, they look far less annoying than our local specimens…

    As Poland required an actual win instead of hanging on for a “winning draw”, they were naturally doomed to fail. Maintaining the time-honoured national tradition of conceding early goals in must-win matches, the Polish “defence” gave up a simple goal after 82 ******* seconds.

    Despite being accustomed to the sight of panicked, hopelessly positioned, non-League level Polish backs since 1986 and having minimal enthusiasm for the sport these days, I literally almost vomited as I watched the parody of football that led to the goal. The lumbering 33-year old Kamil Glik (whose “expertise” helped Benevento get relegated from Serie A this season) sent Alexander Isak spinning in the air as he brutally bulldozed the Negro just outside the centre of the box in a textbook display of elegant, technical Polish defending. The ball broke to Emil Forsberg, who failed to control it but midfielder Kamil Jozwiak (who plies his “trade” with Derby County, a club that narrowly avoided relegation to League One after finishing a point above Wycombe Wanderers in the Championship - how’s that for unimpeachable international pedigree…) produced a piece of truly mesmerising skill: he missed the ball completely with a clumsy, U-10’s style attempt to hack it away. Forsberg probably couldn’t believe his luck as he was presented with the chance to lash the ball past Wojciech “Pack A Day” Szczesny, who’s about as solid as a newborn’s stool.

    Dejan Kulusevski (who, despite being born in Stockholm, played a few games for Macedonia at U-17 level before doubtlessly reaching the patriotic conclusion that his international prospects were far better if he chose to “represent” Sweden) was allowed to run the length of the Polish half and - to top it off - remained unchallenged in the box as he teed up Forsberg for his second. As I said in my earlier post: Poland is the worst per capita footballing nation in Europe by a long stretch…

    Lewandowski’s first goal was superb. One has to feel sorry for the bloke, as he plays in a miserably sub-standard national team of perennial losers whose “midfields” have provided him scant service even in games against below average opposition. He has now scored 69 goals in 122 international appearances but imagine how much higher both numbers would be had Lewandowski played for a competent footballing nation that regularly reaches the knockout stages of tournaments instead of routinely folding in its opening matches and subsequently being eliminated after three embarrassing outings.

    I’m sure that if any of the brainless, blindly “patriotic” fat boy fans who perhaps constitute the greatest ill of Polish football happened to read this they’d instantly label me a liar and a “traitor” and would bluster and brag about their national team heroically reaching the quarterfinals of Euro 2016. But, being the brainless, blindly “patriotic” fat boys that they are, they’d be too stupid to realise that this single occasion on which Poland has managed to dig itself out of the first round of a tournament since 1986 was simply down to pure serendipity. Having squeezed past Northern Ireland (population circa. 1.9 million) by a score of 1-0 in the opening game, Poland played out one of their celebrated “winning draws” by holding on for 0-0 against a German team that was already clearly in decline yet still comfortably enjoyed 63% of possession and wasn’t troubled by a single shot on their goal. Poland completed this “historic”, first-ever advance past the first round at a European Championship (remember, we are talking about a nation with a population of almost 40 million…) with another 1-0 victory, this time over Ukraine - who had already lost their first two games in which they hadn’t scored a single goal. ******* Homeric stuff…

    Hopefully, Wales can get past Denmark. England may be too heavily black for me to “support” but, as always, I wish to see Wales (and Scotland) do well. At least their squads and starting lineups aren’t overloaded with Negroes (although even one Negro is one Negro too many…). Despite playing two of their games at Hampden Park, Scotland predictably lost both and thereby maintained that unenviable record of never having progressed past the group stage of a finals tournament.

    Unfortunately, I’ve just learned that Wales striker Kieffer Moore’s maternal great-grandfather was bloody Chinese so that’s one less White. As things go, Moore “qualifies” for Wales through his paternal grandfather...

    Seven of Wales’ White players are only part Welsh and were born in England.

    Sean89 -

    I have always vehemently disapproved of the Irish, Scottish, and Welsh practice of selecting English-born players of mixed ancestry who supposedly “qualify” to represent those nations via the so-called “grandparent rule”. The same goes for other nations who recruit players in a similar manner. I can understand if an English-born player whose parents are both Irish unequivocally declares his wish to represent Ireland from childhood, pointedly declines to appear for England at youth level and is subsequently selected for the Republic, but all of this bollocks about “qualifying” through the likes of a single Irish grandparent is an insult to the very concept of both international football and - more importantly - national identity. Mind you, if a player did decide to embark upon such a course, the English fans would naturally have every right to perceive him as a traitor and hurl abuse at him at every opportunity. ;)

    Of course, this may all sound rather pedantic and hypocritical coming from an Australian of Anglo-Celtic-Slavic extraction who, according to the rules governing selection for international football, would himself have “qualified” to play for either Australia, England, or Poland... ;)
     
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    Bollocks! I’ve just had a squiz at the score and Wales are down 1-0 to Denmark, who have started the match with one Negro. Wales have started ten Whites and the one-eighth Chinese Kieffer Moore.
     
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    Have to disagree with Rebajlo. Every Taffy took the knee for St George of Minneapolis whilst every Dane stood like men are supposed to. It's Denmark for me.

    Mind you, it is not an easy match to watch with all the "Pride" propaganda. Just about every Western company with a sideline billboard is decked out in the rainbow colours. Thankfully the Russian, Chinese, & Qatari companies do not display their "pride". (With next year's WC in Qatar how are Fortune 500 companies and German footballers going to flaunt their tolerance? I'm sure they'll think of something).
     
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    If I'm not mistaken it was the Irish who started that whole business of representing your granny's country. Prior to 1990 - when Ireland made their first WC - I don't recall too many examples of such. I remember hearing (maybe around 1991) of some national federation - Italy, I think - being so inspired by the Irish example that they hired a genealogist to scan through the ancestries of various South American players to find someone eligible to play for them.
     
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    Did they, now? Well, it just shows how much attention (almost zero…) I have been paying to both this bloated tournament and the sport in general. In that case, I’m quite happy to see the Danes progress at the expense of Wales. :)

    As things go, Denmark is now up 2-0, so Wales shall most likely be on their way home in less than half an hour…

    How many of the other teams - apart from England - have engaged in the kneeling ritual? I read that the Scots were intending to kneel alongside England prior to their match at Wembley. To be honest, I haven’t even bothered to watch any highlights packages besides a few very short video summaries of the Poland, England, Scotland, and Wales games, which have only featured actual football.
     
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    Scotland took the knee before the England match but I don't think they did in their next match. So far it has been England, Wales, and Belgium. But the Finns also took the knee when the Belgians did, but not in their other matches. Before the Wales v Italy match the Italians actually kicked off before the Welsh had a chance to kneel so the ref blew the whistle again so they could go down - I think 2 Italians did so as well - so they actually had to do a restart so that they could do their thing.

    Incidentally, there was hardly any booing when England took the knee before their last match. I expected that to be the case because there was an announcement saying if you boo the players you are not a "real fan". Given the fan culture - which I was going to do a rant about when I saw Sean's post criticising me but didn't have time - of Britain and the cultishness and status-mongering associated with it I figured that would be enough to get the English fans to obey. A lot of British fans would rather be known as a racist or a rapist than someone who is "not a real fan".
     
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    It's the same old tactic . Turn people on each other and they will police each other in to submission.

    Would love to see a Czech win today. Belgium and Portugal have the basis of such supportable teams, ruined by a handful !
     
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    can't believe how many blacks are on the Netherlands, will be glad to see them lose, how can they're fans root for that team as black as it is? that country is a disgrace
     
  11. U88z

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    So true it's truly repulsive
     
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    A saw a picture of negro in danish team breatwate or whatever his name is,his wife is white which made me throw up is disgust. She has spawned 4 children with him .it's most disgusting sight to see white wihmen with their ugly jogers.
     
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    Portugal are out,this time the Portuguese team was better than usual with most of starters being white.
    It's a shame darker Belgium eliminated them by a single goal.
     
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    Nice to see the Czechs win in the most consequential "upset" of the tourney so far, beating the always racially-poor Dutch team.

    Ronaldo has grown on me over recent years, if only for his dedication to training and fitness. He was never purely a speed guy, but it's impressive to get up into your mid-thirties and still be a top class talent and athlete. His inadvertent stunt with the water bottle and Coke bottles during his press conference rubbed me the right way too. The obvious cross-sport comparison is Tom Brady. Sorry to see him bow out to another racially-poor team in Belgium.
     
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    Dutch PM Mark Rutte refused to attend the Budapest match & said Hungary should be thrown out of the EU because it opposes teaching homosexuality to children. That tells you all you need to know about the state of the Netherlands these days. Many of their fans provocatively flew the so-called gay flag - I call it the American Empire flag because you only see it countries that are cultural colonies of the USA. So it was great to see an all-white Czech team send them packing. The sending off was probably the key moment.

    As for Ronaldo, he's got the same problem as Messi at the international level in that most of his teammates keep letting him down. How many chances did the Portuguese have? I lost count. They just can't shoot. Some of their shots were just comically bad. Ronaldo ripped off his captain's armband and kicked it as he left the pitch. Apparently, he's not happy with his lack of support. Yes, he's a prima donna, but on this occasion I think he's got a valid complaint. This is not a good angle of a typical Portuguese miss but it's all I could find:

     
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    Hilarious own goal in the Spain v Croatia match. Reminded me of a goal Poland conceded at Windsor Park:

     
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    Have to root for the Czechs at least they are keeping with tradition and all the players are white. I hope they win the whole thing.
     
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    Spain and Croatia played a very entertaining game Spain won 5-3 .

    Croatia all white while Spain had a black traore and a Brazilian thiago.

    Would have been good if Croatia had won but Spain winning is fine too as they have an all white starting 11.
     
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    The African team representing France has been eliminated by a slightly more European team representing Switzerland! They were a feisty bunch today. It’s a good day.
     
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    Switzerland is my new best friend as their weird United Nations team ousts the majority-African team representing France. Les Bleus really squandered this game by ceding a 3-1 lead in the last 10 minutes, but they were frankly lucky to be in the game after a poor Rodriguez penalty miss spared them a 2-goal deficit.

    The 1998 World Cup winners were heralded as a celebration of multiculturalism, and just like in so many other facets of life, the procession of 'multiculturalism' has marched toward less whites and more blacks. It's great to see this France team knocked out.

    Croatia fought hard but were far too sloppy in defense against Spain, as you might expect when conceding 5 goals. Spain seems to be clicking, and I'd be happy to cheer for them. Spain's new first-choice keeper Unai Simon let a simple backpass roll past him for an awful own-goal to start the scoring. The headlines seem to be giving him credit for rallying his team. He's an interesting selection over mainstay David de Gea. Gaffe aside, I wonder how long Simon, who is from the "autonomous" Basque region of Spain, will stay with his club team Bilbao.
     
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    Just before Rodriguez took the penalty the British commentator mentioned that he'd missed a few lately and I think he said Rodriguez's record was 6 goals, 3 missed from the spot (now 6 & 4). At that moment I said to myself "if that's so, why is he still taking them?" After he missed I figured his teammates must either lack confidence or skill at penalties. Yet when it came time for the shoot-out after extra time 4 of the 5 Swiss penalties were pretty close to perfect. Even the one that Loris got part of his hand too was still hit with enough power that a stretching Loris still couldn't keep it out. If they get a penalty against Spain surely they won't get Rodriguez to take it again.

    Overall, a great day of football. No kneeling, lots of goals, two matches where a team came from two goals behind to force extra time, and the golden boy of the last World Cup, Mbappe, missing his penalty. Unfortunately tomorrow we'll have the two most virtue-signalling teams - England for blacks & Germany for gays. I don't want either of those two teams or Belgium winning it all. So far, though, I'm quite happy with the way things are going. They could've been a lot worse from a CF perspective.
     
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    France losing is always the best possible outcome it's great to see these African primadonas lose. But Switzerland themselves were looking some team of united nations and it's so unlikable.

    Switzerland's Captain was drinking coke during extra time never seen it before on a football field ,Wonder if it was for promotions purposes or some other reason there.
     
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    I watched the same broadcast and was amazed to hear that statistic about Rodriguez. He’d missed his previous two penalties for Switzerland (now three in a row). This falls on the coach to allow streaks like this to continue. I was relieved he was not in the first 5, as he was obviously doomed to fail again.

    In the old days of playing on my high school team (surely a distinctively American experience), we dedicated one short session at the end of countless preseason practices to a penalty kicks tournament. One miss eliminated you. Last man standing took the penalties if he was on the field. If you missed one, the 2nd place finisher took the kicks until he missed one, and so on. I was pissed that I missed an early one and would clearly never get another chance, but it was a simple system imposed by the coach that eliminated any controversy in the moment.

    I remember a hypothesis from prolific former poster ‘Frederic’ positing that blacks actually fare better as a bloc in penalty shootouts because they tend not to “overthink” these high leverage situations and never lack for irrational self-confidence.

    I have a traumatic experience from teenage “traveling club” soccer where I played sort of a regista role on a pretty lousy team. In my mind, I was the best player on the field, but we were outmatched overall and down 1-0 late in the game. I finally caught a ball with an angle and outwilled my defender into a clear attack angle, so he pulled me back by my jersey. But I felt so gassed after doing all the work, not just on this play but all over the field, I told my coach I didn’t want to take the penalty I’d earned. My good friend, a fullback but our 2nd best player, missed a lame attempt because I’d thrusted an unwanted spotlight onto him. I should have known better, practiced penalties on my own fairly often, but never got the chance to redeem myself in a game. I still bring this up sometimes to my old fullback friend, too.
     
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    The facts on Mcrappe.

    Played well at the poorest quality world cup in my lifetime.

    Crushes cans in France, and somehow even messed up the league this year .

    Most overrated player in the world.

    Swiss team winning was the best outcome last night, and I look forward to Spain prison ******* them next time out .
     
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    If Germany have Gnabry ahead of Werner again, I'm cheering England tonight .
     
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    It's not really backed up by proper, robust, analysis, but I suppose my prejudice/experience as an England fan has always been the opposite.

    England's tournament penalty kick record is scored 28, missed 13, total conversion rate 68%.

    But breaking that down, the white scoring rate is 25 scored, 9 missed (73% success) versus a black rate of 2 scored, 4 missed (33% success, small sample noted).

    https://www.goal.com/en/news/englan...how-often-won-lost/128qfzvz5fj7f1cyeje3xnfssw

    (I excluded Kieran trippier, who has one black grandparent, from these totals altogether, but for everyone else I'd have thought the black/white distinction was reasonably clear)

    Also looking at this (subjective, Anglo centric) list of all time best penalty takers, it's noticeably very white.

    https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.sp...-have-been-named-and-ranked-20201002.amp.html

    This isn't at all backed up by stats, but I suppose in my lifetime I have noticed a modest number of very good black takers in the premier league, notably balotelli, yakubu, toure, and drogba, and formed a lazy half hypothesis in my head that (in English terms) you're much likelier to get a good 'black African' (ie someone who arrived in Europe directly from Africa) taker than a good 'black Caribbean' one, with the latter group I suppose tending to be more bought into, in England anyway, a whole 'black' culture similar to the one in the US, ie mindlessness, criminality, lack of personal responsibility, etc. like I said, only a lazy hypothesis.
     
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