UEFA EURO 2016

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  1. Thrashen

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    With 3 negroes on the squad, Wales isn't perfect, but infinitely more palatable than Belgium. Amazing to see yet another extremely multiracial team fail against allegedly "inferior," white-friendly competition with a much smaller population and average player salary.

    At this point, I'm hoping for Iceland, Italy, or Wales to lift the trophy.

    As for Germany, they had 9/11 whites in their starting lineup when they defeated Argentina in the 2014 World Cup, with all of the "star" players being white Germans. On that roster, they had 3 non-whites (Boateng, Ozil, Khedira), 4 if you count the white Muslim, Mustafi. Back then, the squad was very similar to Wales in this tournament...only Wales have a black team captain (Williams) and potential black goal scorers. Today's German squad has 3 non-white starters and 7 non-whites on the roster...with these undesirables ranging from white white-looking Muslims (Mustafi), to Turkish-looking mystery meats (Can, Khedira, Ozil), to the ugliest of brown nergroes (Boateng, Sane, Tah). Couple this revolting faction of the team with the fact that their striker, Mario Gomez, is of Spanish decent (I have no problem with that, but he should be playing for Spain), and this national side represents everything that's wrong with anti-white, globalist, anti-racist UEFA.
     
  2. frederic38

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    if italy don't win tonight against germany i am going to be pissed
     
  3. Ambrose

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    The strength of the German football team historically was its character of German players. These have always been highly skilled, hard working, physically fit, tall, and especially with sharp, disciplined minds that were raised on an extremely efficient, disciplined, team game. A multi-racial team will not possess the same mental qualities I described. Germany will not be the same.
     
  4. frederic38

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    that's exactly their plan
    they copied the spanish national
    and turned their back on their history as a team
     
  5. Matra2

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    I enjoyed seeing Wales beat down the "Belgians" last night. The only way Belgium could've won is if the set pieces were being taken by England. It seemed like there were unmarked Welsh players in the box during every set piece. De Bruyne could've stopped the first goal if he'd stayed by the post. Several Belgian players have criticised Wilmots. Surely this is the end for him.

    Up next Italy v Germany. Forza Azzurri!
     
  6. Matra2

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    Some of the post-match criticism of England referred to their lack of team spirit. That is, they played like individuals instead of as a team. Of course, none of the commentators blamed it on the multi-racial make-up of the side.
     
  7. ThePhilosopher

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    This will be fun to watch:D.Umtiti looks pure african,so like with Sakho and Pogba it'll be hilarious to watch him trying to maintain his balance while running.:cool1:Mangala starting will be just as bad for he is very poor with the ball at his feet.I expect a goal to be conceded due to black a player "Slipping".Iceland have a chance if they can score a lucky one off a throw or something and then keep it tight at the back,though to be frank I wouldn't bet on them.Going 90 minutes without conceding when Griezmann,Giroud and Payet are on the pitch will be tough and beating Lloris will be no mean feat.
     
  8. BoxingSpecialist2

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    Hey guys, just wanted to give my thoughts on England's disastrous exit to - who would have thought - Iceland!

    I've watched probably 100 Premier League matches in 2015-16, so I know a lot of the English players well. Right from the beginning, in my year end summary of the Premier League I said Jamie Vardy was one of the footballers I was most impressed with, Vardy, Mahrez (Algerian Arab) were likely the best 2 players all year in the PL, and fittingly each one won player of the year awards. ***Vardy needed to be starting every single match***, Roy Hodgson really (excuse my language) fcuked up by not putting him in and needs to be fired, and I said that right from the beginning. Kane did finish as topscorer, but in my opinion Vardy is much more of an attacking threat. Kane has had patches of horrible form, and that stayed with him all Euros. Vardy has much more pace and instinct for goal than Kane and should have been starting every single match as primary striker, they would have beaten Iceland if that was the case. The sad part is there may not be a another time, or a next time for Jamie Vardy because of his age, next time will be the World Cup and Vardy will be 32 or so then, so the time to use him was **now**. Plus Vardy is in incredible form. Hodgson really fcuked up in his team selection. He chose the players with the big clubs, like Rooney, Sterling, Walker, Kane and he fcuked up big time because these guys failed to deliver.

    Rooney is a good passer and did come up when asked in the Iceland match, but he's just lacking the ability to "pull the trigger". He had his chance, should no longer be a part of the England team. Sterling has looked decent for Man City in the PL this season but was a no show in this tournament. Adam Lallana is another guy who shouldn't have been starting, he's looked bad for Liverpool all year, in fairness though, his play was decent. Kyle Walker is ultimately inconsistent and was with Rooney responsible for Iceland's 1st goal. The team as a whole seemed to lack cohesion, drive, and any sort of common objective to win matches or advance in the tournament.

    Ultimately, what a screw up by Roy Hodgson. Sh1tty team selection, using the wrong fcuking players in the wrong fcuking positions. Vardy was single handedly the best thing England had and Hodgson fcuked it all up colossally by not even using him. Players need to be picked on form and ability, not fcuking which clubs they play for and how marketable they are perceived as being. Playing Kane, Rooney, Sterling, Lallana, Walker, were all mistakes. Get a proper fcuking manager in there and sort things out. The only good thing I can say about England is Eric Dier - he is a legitimate White Brit with a lot of talent. Vardy is awesome but at his age, its doubtful he will be around for the national team in the future, Hodgson needed to use him now. There wont be a second chance or another go round for Vardy, the time was now.

    Get a new manager in, really shake things up. Rooney and Hart need to be dropped. Kane, Sterling, Lallana, Walker, Alli, Cahill, Smalling all need to be benched. The only 3 guys who were impressive in this tournament are Dier, Vardy, and Sturrige (give credit where its due, at least he came up big).

    Iceland is a team of Championship level players (they have players in Scandinavian leagues and the English 2nd and 3rd divisions), England is stacked with PL players. There is no excuse for losing this match. From a racial perspective it was great seeing the Iceland players win and Im happy for them. England, what a disaster is all I can say. I think this is the lowest point the England team has ever sunk to in history, losing to Iceland, a nation with like 0.0001% of England's population. "Pathetic" doesn't even begin to describe it. Everyone associated with this team needs to be fired, and the any players other than Vardy, Dier, and Sturridge need to be benched.

    To be honest the team just needs a massive organisatonal overhaul, like a complete fcuking reboot, press the fcuking reboot button. Things to be started over with new management, new players, the whole system needs changing.
     
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  9. ThePhilosopher

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    First off Thrashen,thumbs up for that great post on Iceland the other day:applaudit:
    But the above statement seems patently wrong.The three players you are speaking about are Ashley Williams,Robson-Kanu and Neil Taylor.Off those three Ashley Williams is clearly a mulatto and therefore the blackest:

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    Now coming to Robson-Kanu,I will be surprised if he is anything more than 1/4th black :

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    Though the odious name "Kanu" clearly gives away his Nigerian connection.

    And the last "negro" you speak of,Neil Taylor,has Welsh father and an Indian Mother who was from Kolkata,a filthy slum city.He's only half-white and shouldn't play for Wales,sure,but to be frank I find these Asians like Indians,Japanese etc. more funny than harmful.

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    Call him whatever you wish to,but that's no negro.In summary,lets drop the hyperbole enjoy this great victory for Wales!
     
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    Also, I know Im a bit behind schedule (been watching the matches on my own time), but what a fcuking goal by Xherdan Shaqiri VS Poland in the Round of 16!
    Fantastic bicycle kick goal and he must have put so many balls in the box for the Swiss. Great performance by Shaqiri, fantastic goal, I think that and CR7's backheel flick VS Hungary are the 2 best goals Ive seen so far in this tournament.



    Goal of the tournament? Id say this or CR7 VS Hungary.
     
  11. ENDSIEG 2.0

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    Khedira off! Only 2 non-Whites in the German team now! I'm sorry I've not been on here much, I've moved house recently and just haven't had time to get on here alas, alas...
     
  12. CrazyFinn

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    I'm pretty sure both Khedira and Boateng were singing the national anthem, I couldn't believe it. Die Mannschaft with 9/11 whites now, let's go!
     
  13. CrazyFinn

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    Germany dominating at the moment, 1-0!
     
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    Useless negro Boateng gives up penalty with a handball, now 1-1.
     
  15. ENDSIEG 2.0

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    Nerves of steel for the penalty! Game on! Anyone could win this!
     
  16. ENDSIEG 2.0

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    Looks like the 'Mulatto Messiah' isn't so amazing after all?
     
  17. ENDSIEG 2.0

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    I didn't realise Conte was such a Negrophiliac?!
     
  18. CrazyFinn

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    Germany wins! What a nerve-wracking penalty shoot-out!
     
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  19. frederic38

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    so italy lost, the last team i was rooting for, i will be neutral now
    the fact that khedira got injuried makes this match a little bit less frustrating, germany had only 2 non whites
    both teams could have won, the penalty shootout are basically mostly luck with a little bit of advantage to blacks in my opinion, so i hate when important matches are decided in penalties
     
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    Italy's negro mutt with one of the worst and funniest penalty kicks of all time.

     
  21. Riggins44

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    LOL, that is great.
     
  22. frederic38

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    zaza is white :confused:
     
  23. Matra2

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    The penalties were great comedy if nothing else.

    Conte putting Zaza on just to take a penalty was always going to be risky. He never got to touch the ball after coming on as sub after spending two hours sitting watching then his first kick is a high pressure penalty.
     
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  24. Matra2

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    Graziano Pelle's penalty was even worse than Zaza's. I was watching with someone and both of us burst out laughing numerous times. Schweinsteiger's kick to win it all was funny. Muller's kick was really lame. He put no effort into it. I guess nerves got to him especially after he'd failed to score in the tournament so far. Even the winning penalty looked like it could've been saved.
     
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    Giroud scores for France.
     

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