UEFA EURO 2016

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  1. CrazyFinn

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    I haven't posted much on this thread, but I've been following the tourney very closely, having watched every game. I think it's been a good show for the most part. The ouster of Croatia and Hungary was very disappointing, but 100% homogeneous Poland defeated half Muslim Switzerland and today was incredible when the Vikings of Iceland ousted the diverse English team. We also have all-white Italy in the quarters along with majority white Wales and Germany.

    The two most odious teams are Senegal North and Belgium, and of course the team of mystery meats from Portugal. I'm afraid Iceland's magical run could come to an end this weekend, but Italy has an excellent chance to advance against Germany, as does Poland against the pedestrian team of MS-13 lookalikes aka Portugal. It would be great to have 3/4 of our teams in the semis, but it won't be easy.
     
  2. Thrashen

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    I’ve never respected or loved a national side more than the Icelandic squad that has taken this tournament by storm. What they’ve done in Euro 2016 is one of the most inspiring stories in the history of modern athletics. England has a population of 54,000,000 and Iceland has 330,000. I read that there are only 40,000 Icelandic males between the ages of 18 and 35 (only about 100 of whom are registered professional soccer players) in the entire island nation. Iceland’s manager is a part-time dentist, their goal keeper is a part time film director, some of Iceland’s starters are part time farmers and fisherman, and one striker (Böðvarsson) even works at this gas station during the off-season...

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    A humble, homogeneous group of white athletes, for sure. The magical scene after the win featured thousands of white people celebrating...

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    In Reykjavik...

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    This team has major talent, particularly on defensive end and in the midfield. Their skill on corner kicks and throw-ins is world class level, their players can leap for headers with anyone, their intelligence and communication with one another is stunning, and their stamina is seemingly infinite. Speaking of stamina...during the match with England, commentator Ian Darke was serenading the viewers with sickening praise of the English negro, Marcus Rashford (who is only 18 years old), and informed us that he was essentially the fastest human being on the planet as he made several runs down the left side of the pitch. The only problem with his Casteon statement was that the Icelandic defender (Birkir Már Sævarsson, who is 31 years old and had been playing for 90+ minutes) flew past the young Negro (who was fresh, only in the game for under 5 minutes) and stole the ball on multiple occasions. Very embarrassing for the Caste System, indeed...

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    Video of the "young and electrifying" Rashford, with fresh legs, getting run down and dispossessed by much older Icelandic players who'd already played the entire game...



    Despite the ghastly weather conditions in their home country, these Icelandic players can simply run their guts out, particularly Birkir Bjarnason and the “Man of the Match,” Ragnar Sigurðsson, who may have logged the best individual performance of any player in any game in the tournament, scoring the equalizer and showing amazing form on the defensive end…

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    CAPTION: Sigurðsson Scores!

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    CAPTION: Sigurðsson Makes Clinical Tackle to Stop Vardy's Goal

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    CAPTION: Blonde Men Emasculate English Negros

    In addition to the stark difference in the size of these nations and the amount of money their athletes are paid in their club careers, this was a massive “caste matchup,” with England starting 5 non-whites…

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    This foul unit was contrasted nicely against with Iceland’s all-white, all-Icelandic squad of so-called “nobodies”…

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    They’ve been called “minnows” by the media no less than 1,000 times since the tournament began…but they’re the ones devouring the overpaid, overhyped, multicultural, racially-mixed units (Portugal, Austria, England) like great white sharks. Watch out, "France," the diversity-killers are coming for you, next...
     
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  3. frederic38

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    in my opinion, it ends in the next round for iceland, i don't see them winning against france
    the thing that might change a lot of things for the upcoming france/iceland match though is that arab center half adil rami will be suspended, so france will have to start an infamous black defender for the first time of the tournament, that alone can change everything and make france lose
     
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    Here's a humorous video of a Caste commentator (former Negro-loving England manager, Steve McClaren) doing live analysis of the Iceland-England game. Only seconds after this buffoon talks about how England is "dominating," that they'll right the ship and be fine, and that Iceland has no offensive skill players other than Kolbeinn Sigþórsson, the tiny island nation takes a 2-1 lead as Sigþórsson scores immediately after McClaren mentions his name. His reaction is priceless, haha...

     
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    Great post, Thrashen!!! One small correction, England actually started 6 blacks; Sturridge was starting instead of Wilshere, so it was even worse than adverstised. What an odious team, and I'm glad they're finished.

    One observation: during the half-time show, Belgium's Vincent Kompany blames Eric Dier for not heading the ball on Iceland's first goal, but not a peep from him when Sigurdsson flew past Walker and scored... "weird" how that works, isn't it?
     
  7. frederic38

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    very bad news for belgium, for the match against wales, vermaelen will be suspended, and verthongen will be out (big injury that happended in training)

    http://www.rtbf.be/sport/football/d...lle-forfait-face-au-pays-de-galles?id=9341736

    both will be replaced by a black player so the belgium team is going to look a lot less white and will lose the all white defense that was such a big strenght for them in this tournament
     
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    3 hours left until poland-portugal
    portugal are not at their best but they showed that they are still hard to beat, so it will be a big test for poland
     
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    griezmann giving the ball of his latest match to the son of the cops who were killed by a muslim terrorist during the tournament:

     
  10. Matra2

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    I can remember as far back as the 1982 World Cup when Italy were terrible and only got through the initial group stage due to luck in the way tie break rules were then. But they got better then caught fire late in the tournament. Denmark were rubbish at Euro 1992 then suddenly picked up momentum. It happens at these tournaments. Another thing that happens is that teams look unbeatable in the group stage (Holland in 2008, Denmark in 1986) then they just run out of steam or have a bad day and they're out. Portugal have a golden opportunity to get to a final. This may never happen again as all the big countries, the ones that have actually won tournaments in the past, are on the other side of the draw. Of the four teams only Wales look like they could never make a final. They looked good against Russia but everybody looks good against Russia.
     
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    On TV they've just been showing highlights again of the Iceland victory over England. Almost every time they show a shot of the Icelandic fans cheering there's always one black guy wearing an Iceland shirt in the centre of the screen. :mad:
     
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    I eagerly await Rebajlo 's dissection of his Polish boys' performance.:)

    Portugal still haven't won a match in 90 minutes. It's kind of farcical in a way.
     
  13. frederic38

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    renato sanches will be the man of the match, and deservedly i would say
    few blacks have his talent
    compare him to the awfully mediocre william carvalho that the premier league fell in love with
    like i said previously he has been the only black player who didn't do very bad in this tournament with boateng
     
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    Yes,its ridiculous Matra,5 draws in normal time and they're in the SemiFinals!I'll be pi**ed alright if this bunch of brown mystery meats does a Greece all over again.

    Lewandowski finally scored today : https://cdn.streamable.com/video/mp4-mobile/ceb1.mp4

    Renato Sanches' goal : https://streamable.com/o4gp

    I fear the judenpress will now cling on to this superstah,now that Pogba is slowly fading.18 years,black,going to Bayern for 40m and this goal now.The perfect Jewish wet dream.

    Ronaldo should have finished it in normal time : https://streamable.com/4a76

    I can't imagine him missing that in a Real shirt.

    Rebaljo's post will be rather sharp in its attack on the Polish team and rightfully so.They'll just go home with a cup saying they never trailed for a second this tournament.
    Anyway,I just Italy hope Italy trounce Germany next.:juggle:.
     
  15. frederic38

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    italy is the only hope left in my opinion unless iceland can upset but the chances of them winning it all will be very low
     
  16. CrazyFinn

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    Rebajlo is Polish? I did not know that. Perhaps that explains his rather irrational hatred of Germany and his frequent diatribes against the Mannschaft?

    For his sake, I hope Germany doesn't win the Euro 2016 because the poor chap might spontaneously combust! Given how unhappy he was with Germany's 2014 World Cup win, another major championship would be too much for him the bear.
     
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    Too bad Poland was eliminated, as I really wanted to see them get past this mediocre Portuguese squad comprised of off-looking "white" players, Negroes, and hideous mystery meats. To be honest, though, Poland left much to be desired offensively for most of the tournament. Still, nice to see a homogeneous European side make it this far and nearly make the final four.

    The "ideal scenario" going forward would be for Wales to beat Belgium, then for Wales to defeat Portugal for a spot in the finals.

    On the other side of the bracket, we'd like to see Italy defeat Germany, Iceland defeat France, then Iceland to defeat Italy for a spot in the finals.

    Then, Iceland defeats Wales in the final.

    It'll take a minor miracle for any of this to occur, but a guy can dream, right?

    Today, all the "experts" on the show "ESPN FC" were saying that "Iceland's run will surely end on Sunday against France." Naturally, they said the same thing prior to the England game. France is wildly inconsistent and have been fortuitous in scoring very late goals, but their defense is undeniably great. Through 4 games, they've only allowed 2 goals, both on PK's (1 by Romania, 1 by Ireland). I could see the France-Iceland contest being 0-0 after 90 minutes and going to PK's after extra time or France scoring a lucky winner at the end. Iceland are an ultra-resilient, iron-willed unit with essentially nothing to lose, whereas France will have so much pressure upon them...being the host and the heavy favorite to defeat a tiny nation with no experience at major tournaments. There's something very special about this combination of Icelandic players and there's a chance that the good guys could pull off another shocker against a sickeningly non-white "France," the most egregious Caste System offender in all of FIFA/UEFA...

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    iceland's chance will be the fact that france will start a new defense that has never been tried before, and a black central defender
    maybe their wingers can beat evra and sagna if sagna doesn't play as a central defender (the worst fullbacks in the world right now) and get a great number of throw ins, then use these like they have done so far
    but lloris is not joe hart to let the ball come in 1 foot from his goal line without doing anything

    as for belgium, with 2 white defenders injured or suspended, they look a lot less impressive now, so maybe wales can seize that oportunity but beware of debruyne and hazard
     
  19. Matra2

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    If he has an irrational hatred - which I've seen no evidence of - how could anything explain it?

    BTW people throughout Europe are starting to hate Germany again. It might have something to do with their bullying of all their neighbours to take in "their share" of rapefugees after the same Germany that insisted on following rules when it came to Greece unilaterally ignored the Dublin agreement on refugees by inviting them all to Europe. Germany is acting as though it has a God-given right to rule over all of Europe. The last two times they acted that way it did not end well for anyone.
     
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    Wales v Belgium tonight. Bale is going to have to have one of his great performances. They were really poor against N Ireland, one of the weakest teams in the tournament. The multiculti Belgian team have looked quite good so far and are probably favourites to go to the final but, as frederic said, they may be vulnerable at the back.
     
  21. CrazyFinn

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    Matra, we all acknowledge and really hate the fact that closet homosexual Loew always plays the 3 foreigners in the starting line-up. They are apparently irreplaceable no matter what their form is. In terms of politics, I agree with you that traitor Merkel should burn in hell for allowing hundreds of thousands of Muslim and African vermin to come in to Germany and destroy that nation and Europe by extension. But that doesn't mean I'm going to stop rooting for native German athletes and teams as long as ethnic Germans make up a healthy majority.

    I called out Rebajlo because he has a history of anti-German posts going back many years. I called his hatred irrational because frankly, who the heck remembers a detail such as the time when German defender Karl-Heinz Hohenzollern committed an unnecessarily harsh foul against Islam Islamovic of Albania in a 1983 Euro qualifying match? Who the heck has those kinds of details in their memory bank?

    Anyway, back to Euro 2016. Thrashen above has outlined the perfect scenario, though it will be very tough to see that happen.
     
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    Wales wins 3-1. lol:borra2:Crazy Euro so far.:lol:
     
  23. ThePhilosopher

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    A great result for us.All the Welsh goals:

    1-1 Ashley Williams - 30'

    2-1 Hal Robson-Kanu - 55'

    3-1 Sam Vokes - 86'

    God knows what the two ugly blacks with long hair were doing on the first goal.One of them is Jason Denayer,a ManCity prospect who spent last season on loan at Galatasaray.He is expected to play a big role for ManCity this season.
    Without taking anything away form the last two goals,I would say that Denayer is partly culpable for the other them as well,with his horrible,horrible positioning.Look at his pathetic jump in the third goal.Also credit to Robson Kanu(must be no more than 1/4th black?) and Vokes.This useless black must be no more than 20 and he's thrust into a Euro QF.Wilmots never learns,it seems.

    On the last Welsh goal Vokes did what Lukaku should have done a few times this tournament,but he messed up every time.This is hopefully the end of Wilmots and the worship of Lukaku.Regarding Denayer lol,Pep Guardiola will be looking at some new CBs tomorrow.Now let us see if Iceland pull it off tomorrow:icon_popcorn:

    And lastly,"CrazyFinn",will you stop attacking Rebaljo for things(which were right,mind you) he said during the 2014WC?Frankly,I don't think he has time for idiots like you:bash:.Now stop derailing this thread please.
     
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    Didn't view it but the Wales result is good, happy, news! Fack Belgium and their using foreigners instead of their own.:headbang: If you're gonna lose, may as well lose with your own than losing with foreigners who when it comes down to it just really don't care too much if they lose. Now we have Iceland and Wales and Italy and Germany to cheer for. Fack the French -they're so far gone they may never come back.
     
  25. frederic38

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    that's the kind of result that almost gives one some hope for the france-iceland match, since france will also have to start a new defense with a black defender :eaea:
    the same welsh player could have easily scored another goal from a corner kick but his header went over the bar, he was all alone
    these goals wouldn't have happened with their usual defense i think
    the lukaku brothers are criticised a lot in belgium, and wilmots for having faith in them, he might get sacked
    one embarrassing player is alex witsel
    i don't see any thing that he does well
    a similar player would be khedira for germany but at least khedira defends, witsel is good for nothing
    time to put an end to this joke and move to the turkish, chinese or some random bottom placed premier league team since the russian league is not bad enough, and never call him again in the national team, or as a bench warmer
     

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