2018 World Cup Qualifying

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  1. Jack Lambert

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    I figured since a lot of our more astute football posters don't post as much anymore, I'd just make a single qualifying thread for everything, and not break it down into Europe, South America, etc. The World Cup is coming up pretty soon, and all confederations are deep into qualifying now. It'll be one of the last enjoyable World Cups for me, giving that 2022 is in Qatar, and after that, it goes to 48 teams. Post all of your World Cup qualifying news here. I plan on giving periodic updates when I've got time. I'll be adding to this post as well.

    A few observations: What's happening to the Netherlands? I see they're lagging way behind in Group A qualifying. They're even behind Bulgaria, who beat them 2-0 yesterday. They're even a LOT more white-friendly than their disastrous Euro qualifying campaign. The Dutch, were actually, well, Dutch!! They started 8 whites, and finished with 10! Hopefully, they can get it turned around.

    Next, I saw that Germany actually started 10 whites during their qualifier against Azerbaijan, which somehow qualifies as being in Europe. It was nice to see a nearly all-German team, possibly for one of the last times. The Germans are of course 1st in Group C, with the Czech Republic behind them. The Czech again have their token black in RB Selassie. I keep waiting for him to get dropped, yet he's still there. Oh well, given some of the other options, the Czechs are one of the best options to support.

    Liberal hellhole Sweden wasn't as bad as I thought they'd be, only starting 1 Syrian, and bringing on a black in their last match. As far as I can tell, those two are the only non-whites on the Swedish roster. The Swedes are currently second in Group A, behind "France."

    Switzerland is the worst multi-culti team in Europe now, besides England and France. They found a couple of Africans to put on the team in addition to their Albanians. The "Swiss" still appear to be as boring as ever, barely managing to beat Latvia at home. If you want context, they started more Albanians (4) and just as many blacks (3) as actual Swiss players (3). Bosnian immigrant Seforavic was the other white starter in addition to the 3 Swiss players. Josip Drmic had their goal. At least the Albanians are genetically white, so it's better than England and France's Africans running around.

    Unfortunately, the "Swiss" are 1st in Group B, with Portugal second. The Portuguese have remained around where they have been the last 6-7 years; 7 white starters in their last qualifier, and finishing with 8. So maybe a little whiter than the Euros, which is good.

    Serbia is currently tops in their qualifying group! Along with Ireland, they're the Top 2 teams in Group D, ahead of two mutli-kulti (although they aren't too bad) teams in Wales and Austria.

    All-white Poland and Montenegro are the Top two teams in Group E.

    Unfortunately, England is the top in Group F. They started 5 whites today against Lithuania.

    Italy still has an all-white side, led by one of the greatest keepers of all time in Gianluigi Buffon. Buffon has always been one of my personal favorite players, it's great seeing him playing at a high level yet at 39!! They sit second to Spain in Group G.

    Speaking of Spain, they now have a black player in Bayern's Tiago, but are still a good side to support.

    Belgium are the co-leaders of Group H. They are as multi-kulti as ever, starting just 6 whites. The "Belgians" are co-leaders with all-white Greece, who are having an nice rebound campaign after that disaster of the Euro qualifiers.

    And finally, in Group I, all-white Croatia and Euro 2016 darlings Iceland top the Group. The Croatians have so much talent, I want to see them finally put it to good use in one of these international tournaments! The Turks are fourth in the Group, so I don't think we'll be seeing them at the World Cup.

    One other team to look at (as the Americans have their own thread): Australia. It looks like the Aussies, with 2 exceptions on the bench, still are an all-white team. One of those is Tim Cahill, so there's only 1 Turk on the bench, and no blacks from what I saw. They're currently cruising through the first round of Asian qualifiers, although that's not much of an accomplishment.
     
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  2. Jack Lambert

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    Just updated the original post.
     
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    Saw Bulgaria upset the Netherlands, awesome win for them!! I'm a fan after seeing how their people defend their borders!!(see Happy Hour) Casual soccer fan but enjoy the international tournaments.
     
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    Good win for Bulgaria! Hopefully they are able to put something together and at least get to a playoff for the World Cup.

    Also, I got into soccer a lot after the 2010 World Cup, but with a lot of teams becoming darker and darker, the club section of the sport hasn't been as fun. Thankfully, most of the blacks hail from England and France, and those teams only have so many slots, so (for now) the international game is still fairly fun to watch. With a lot of the young attackers for the USA being young white kids, I'm starting to get back into the game a bit more. You've also got fun all-white sides like Poland, Italy, and Croatia to root for as well.
     
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    Great write-up and summaries.

    Gianluigi Buffon is one of my favorites, as well. Off the field, he is 100% a "Trump supporter." The story of his wearing the #88 jersey makes me chuckle every time.

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    Jack -

    Great summaries, mate.

    I’d say Australia is spluttering rather than cruising. ;) Apart from Japan, the opposition is weak as a newborn’s piss yet the Socceroos have only managed to win three of their seven matches thus far. Prior to that “magnificent” 2-0 triumph at home against the mighty United Arab Emirates our “heroes “played out four straight draws, including a 2-2 disaster in Bangkok against a Thailand side which has lost all of its other matches. Earlier in the competition, we had that humiliating 2-0 away loss to sand Negro minnows Jordan during the second round group stage. Things bode ill, indeed…

    By the way, the last match day squad contained four non-Whites (Tim Cahill, Massimo Luongo, Mustafa Amini, and Aziz Behich). ;)
     
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    Thanks for corrections, Rebajlo! :) I put this together rather quickly, and I figured I'd probably missed a couple of people while skimming over the roster. I saw there wasn't a qualifying thread up, so I decided to get one going. As I mentioned in my first post, this'll probably the last World Cup we'll actually be able to half-ways enjoy.
     
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    Jack -

    You’re welcome, mate. :) These days, every Socceroos squad is fully loaded with no name players who most Australians haven’t even heard of. Therefore foreign analysts like yourself have a doubly difficult task. ;)
     
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    Christian Pulisic took over the match last night against Trinidad and Tobago. He scored the only two goals of the game and showed flashes of sheer brilliance. He is perched to become the next "international" soccer star. At times I say to myself under my breath Messi. At one point he was pinned in by the goal post and defenders and did a little freeze move that only the great ones can pull off. He didn't score on that occasion but he has been putting on a show. Next up a big one against Mexico.
     
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    Everyone's favorite all-white squad, Iceland, did themselves a massive favor in their last-second win over Croatia the other day...



    They are currently in 2nd place in their group behind Croatia, but there are more matches to be played and their could easily advance to the "playoff" rounds and qualify for the World Cup. I hope that somehow, someway, they can pull it off again (as their did at Euro 2016).
     
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    That's a great result for Iceland!! They (along with Poland) are rapidly becoming my favorite two teams to root for. Unfortunately, I won't be rooting for Germany anytime soon, as they continue to darken considerably. I'm glad they were able to win the 2014 World Cup with a nearly all-white team featuring several of my favorite players (I still have one in my avatar :) ).


    Speaking of Poland, they had a great result in their last match as well, beating Romania 3-1 on a Lewandowski hat trick. Both sides featured all-white rosters.

    Germany started 10 whites in a young team against San Marino - beating them to the tune of 7-0.

    All white Italy and nearly all-white Spain continue to roar through Group C with 5-1-0 records.

    Belgium and England are still both despicable and mutli-kulti as ever. Both teams started 6 whites and 5 minorities last match.

    France was even worse, starting just two Frenchmen in their last match against England. Can't expect much more from a country that elects Macron.
     
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    Pathetic. As cucked as France is, England looked downright lily-white against them. I only saw Giroud for France, so I guess the other White was their goalkeeper. If so, where in the hell was Griezmann?
     
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    Griezmann was sitting on the bench, as it was just a friendly. A couple of white fullbacks came on in the 2nd half for their no name Africans. As for England, they only started with 2 actual black players to go with 3 mullatos, thus giving the appearance they were more white than they actually were.
     
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    I figured I'd post this here, as the Confederations Cup doesn't warrant a full thread, but Germany won the tournament last Sunday featuring 10* white players in the starting XI! They beat Chile 1-0. The match could've been more entertaining, as each side blew 3-4 great chances. It was a welcome sight, although having the bumbling black Rudiger inexplicably in the team is never a good thing. This was a "B" team as well, so it's good to see Germany still have some white depth at the senior team level, although the "Germans" at the younger youth teams paint a far more dark picture.... If Germany can somehow start 9+ whites, I'd cheer for them again in the World Cup. Maybe the injury bug will favor us for once next summer, instead of hitting all white players.

    *one of the whites was the Albanian Mustafi, although the DWFs won't notice it at all.

    Portugal was the other Euro team in the Confederations Cup, and although I didn't watch any of their matches, I checked the reports, and for whatever reason, they continue to darken up. Against Mexico, they started a mere 5 whites, ending with 6.

    England has become the next France. I know it's not about WC Qualifiers, but I saw a picture of their U-17 or U-18 team, and there were only 3 whites total...

    As we know that the Eastern Euro sides are all white (with the exception of the Czech Republic's Selassie...) I won't post their breakdowns unless a new development is brought to my attention. Let's take a look at the "modern" West countries, shall we?

    In England's last friendly match, they started 6 whites and finished with 7. That match was against France, who managed to one up them by starting 9 Africans and 2 Frenchmen. Some truly ugly faces on the "French" side. Substitutions were kind to the "French" however, as they finished with a whopping 4....

    Spain just have the black Tiago and half-Asian David Silva (whom I don't mind) in their side.

    In the insanity that is Western Europe, Italy remain one of the only teams to put out all-white sides onto the pitch. The only non-white even on their roster is El Shaarawy, and he hasn't been playing.

    Wales had just two blacks on their roster in the 1-1 draw against Serbia. However, one of them (Ashley Williams) is the team captain, and the other, FB Jazz Richards, also featured in the side.

    Scotland just have Ikechi Anya on their side in terms of "diversity."

    Ireland have two blacks featured in their team in keeper Darren Randolph and right-back Cyrus Christie... both of whom started. A black striker went unused in their last match against Austria.

    Speaking of Austria, they just featured David Alaba against Ireland. However, two blacks went unused in the match.

    Northern Ireland had only one black in their side in Josh Magennis, but he started their last match against Azerbaijan.

    The "Swiss" managed to become even more of a disgusting multi-kulti mess, with just three non-Albanian whites getting the start. Out of those three, just two were actually Swiss!! What a freaking disgrace. They managed just a 2-0 against Faroe Islands - hopefully this side will crash out, either in qualification or the World Cup.

    9 whites got the start for the Netherlands in their recent match against Luxemborg, although all three subs that came on were black...

    Belgium started just 5 whites against Estonia, finishing with 4.

    As you can see, there's not a very pretty picture in Western Europe any more, with only Spain, Italy, and possibly Germany the viable contenders to root for anymore. Either Eastern Europe and Argentina will have to step up and win, or the next World Cup is going to be a painful exercise.
     
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    Yeah, I caught part of the German U-20 (if I remember correctly) a few days ago and it looked to have 5-6 non-Whites (mostly blacks or mulattos) on their squad.
     
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    I think you're referring to the German U21 team, who beat Spain to win the Euro. In the Final (which was the only match I watched) they had 9 white starters, finishing with 8. Not too bad right? Well, there were 8(!) non-whites in the team, including 5 blacks, 2 Arabs, and a Turk. Also, one of them Selke, was injured for the final. He would've undoubtedly played, according to the commentators. So, the 2018 WC may be the last team we can cheer for Germany if things fall right in regards to their minority players. If not, their WC 2014 win with fan (and CF) favorites like Klose, Schweinsteiger, Lahm, Muller etc while starting 9 whites will always be a great memory.

    Let's take a look at the rest of the recent youth sides...

    Their U20 team had 6 non-whites out of 21 (5 blacks and 1 Turk) when they played at the U20 WC in May. Their last match (a 4-3 loss to Zambia) the Germans had their "time-honored" 3 non-whites in the starting lineup, finishing with 4 non-whites.

    The U19 lost to the Netherlands 4-1 in the Euro U19 Championship a few days ago sporting a team that consisted of just 6 Germans, finishing with 7. The squad as a whole had 7 non-whites out of 18 (4 blacks, 2 Turks, and 1 Arab).

    The U18 team was much better, only starting 2 non-whites in their last match in May. They *only* had 4 non-whites in the team.

    The U17 team started and ended with 3 non-whites, with 5 of them in the 18 man squad.

    The U16 didn't have any pictures, but through my best guesses, the squad *only* had four out of 19 whites. I looked up their last team, and of course, three of those non-whites started.

    So, not a very pretty picture, eh? However, it still is miles better than all of the Western countries not named Italy or Spain. They're still worlds behind England, France, Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, etc, even in the youth sides, as my last post illustrated with England and France.
     
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    In my last post, I missed the Northern European countries. If you'll forgive me, here they are. Obviously, Iceland won't need a break down, as they are all-white.

    Norway started 2 non-whites against Sweden, and finished with 4 on the pitch, as they had 5 non-whites in the squad.

    Sweden started with an all-white side, finishing with one black striker. Good for the Swedes! They had two unused subs in Turk Jimmy Durmaz, and black Martin Olsson.

    Denmark is worse than Sweden, having two mullato wings in Yussuf Poulsen and Martin Braithewaite in their line-up. They also have an Albanian in Durmisi playing as well. In addition to those three, two black subs were unused. Based on their last matches, Denmark was worse than Germany!! Who'd have thought that?

    Finland had 1 non-white in their side (from Afghanistan...).
     
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    It seems like their focus is really on the non-Latin White countries (for now) and has been for a couple of decades...the genetically Whiter, the more focus there is on their total demoralization.

    When England got their new manager a year or so ago, he was starting around nine Whites consistently. Then, all-of-a-sudden, he was busted in a bogus sting operation and his replacement is pushing the opposite. I don't think this is a coincidence.

    I can hardly stand even going out to BSPN's website now (let alone their cable channel(s)). However, about once a week I'll go to espnfc.com to read up on their soccer news and it's almost all black now. Their treatment of Wayne Rooney is so obviously biased and destructive (considering not only his actual absolute achievements but also his achievements relative to other black players) that I don't see how others cannot see how blatant it is. They show him with his head down or in some other negative pose with a negative caption in the title of the article.

    Apparently, Man Utd recently picked up another highly sought after black player during this transfer period and the title of a linked article was something like, "Can Pogba convince <insert retarded black player's name here> to come to Manchester United?". What a joke! None of their black transfers over the past few years that were supposed to take them to the promised land have done jack sh*t, Pogba prime exhibit A! All the while, what the hell ever happened to striker James Wilson? He never got a f*cking chance, even on loan, but black scrubs like Pogba, Martial, etc. can make tens of millions of dollars and do virtually nothing...all of it based on that never-ending black "potential" and "upside" that will somehow manifest itself somewhere down the line...but never (or very rarely) ever does...just like Mario Balotelli.
     
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    Great post, Heretic. Although I'd have to say with Italy being run over by Africans in the "refugee" crisis, it's probably not going to be very long until we see more of these "naturalized" mongrels coming up through Italy's youth system. I did a check on Italy a year or so ago, and if I remember right, with one or two exceptions, all of their youth teams were all-white at the time. With the ageless wonder Gigi Buffon still captaining the Italians, they've become one of my favorite national teams.

    I remember the England controversy as well, and it's definitely planned that the new guy is going so far in the opposite direction. Don't want to give actual Englishmen a team to root for... do any of the top English clubs have more than 1-2 English players? Tottenham may have the most with Harry Kane and Eric Dier... Chelsea just have Cahill, Man U. doesn't have one anymore. The closest thing Arsenal has is Welsh international Aaron Ramsey, Man City has John Stones, but that's not much.

    Your last paragraph is why I (and likely yourself, Freethinker, Rebajlo, frederic, ThePhilosopher, etc.) have stopped posting much if at all on domestic leagues. It's getting so ridiculous now it's a wonder the average fan can stomach this. The player you are thinking of is the very overrated "Belgian" Romelu Lukaku. I saw Chelsea just signed useless bumbling black "German" Antonio Rudiger for 34 million pounds... wtf? The guy was declared by analysts during the Confed Cup final as being a potential big weakness for the German team, yet now he's allegedly "good" enough to suit up for the Premier League Champs, and with Joachim Loew in charge, will likely have a seat with the German national team until the end of time. The only reason I even watch football anymore is for the international competition, at least as long as I can enjoy it. Watching these ridiculous signings is disheartening.

    To update my previous post, the "German" U-19 team started 6 non-whites today against England, who had just 3 whites. The match probably looked more like Togo vs. South Africa at times. I'm glad this hideous excuse for a "German" squad was belted 4-1.
     
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    Yep, JL you are correct that I've gotten fed up with the Premier League and hardly watched more than a few minutes of only a handful of matches. I've gotten even more down on the national team competitions this last year as well. What the hell is the point when these European countries are running out dindus and Muslim sand negros on the pitch and claiming it's a battle between "nations"? It's bad enough these savages are permitted to live within the country but to allow them to represent a nation they can never belong to is the height of absurdity. I don't think I can muster any exuberance to watch a European team with even 1 negro let alone a squad like Belgium or France.

    There's too many important events happening politically worldwide to care about blacks pretending to be Englishmen. When we reestablish etho-states, then I'll enjoy watching soccer matches between our European brothers again.
     
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    Probably not the thread for this, but since I mentioned Wayne Rooney in a previous post here, I might as well as follow up with the news on him today...that he is now with Everton. I'm not going to hold my breath, but it would certainly be poetic justice if he somehow lead the league in goals by the end of the next season. I don't know where they intend to play him, so it may be a mute point, but if it's as a Forward/Striker, then he'd have that opportunity. I hope he trains harder (and smarter) than he ever has before and plays with a chip on his shoulder. It would be a great thing watching the (((soccer media))) eat crow.
     
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    Heretic -

    The “new manager” you referred to was Sam Allardyce. Allardyce was only in the job for 67 days, during which time he selected a single squad for his one match in charge of the national team. So one cannot aver that he started any ratio of players “consistently”, for consistency is derived from multiple occurrences, not a single event.

    As things went, Allardyce started eight Whites and three blacks in that 1-0 away win against Slovakia. All three of the second half substitutes were black, therefore England finished the match with six Whites and five blacks on the field. All up, there were six blacks on the England bench, which equates to nine Negroes in the twenty-two man match day squad. England’s twenty-three man Euro 2016 squad contained ten blacks, so the racial composition of Allardyce’s sole selection wasn’t exactly revolutionary, was it?

    Considering Allardyce signed a ton of Negroes during his tenures at Bolton Wanderers, Newcastle United, Blackburn Rovers, West Ham United, Sunderland and - most recently - Crystal Palace, the genesis of the myth of his supposedly guaranteed “White friendliness” as an England manager is rather baffling.

    The “retarded black player” is Romelu Lukaku, who was purchased from Everton for £75 million. Being a Negro, Lukaku is automatically overhyped and overpriced. Now, don’t get me wrong, for I hope he fails miserably - but let’s look at things bit objectively shall we? Lukaku scored 25 league goals last season. The season before that he netted 18, so he isn’t exactly a footballing “retard”.

    If you wish to discuss current transfer news, I’ve opened a thread dedicated to the subject:

    http://castefootball.us/index.php?threads/off-season-transfers-2017.36149/

    You cannot possibly miss it…
     
  24. Heretic

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    Well, it sounds like "England" is destined to become the next "France", then. What a shame. I wonder how the common English bloke will take it.

    I still consider Lukaku a "retard" though, regardless of however many goals he scored, since I don't think there's any correlation there. Being black, he simply got the opportunity to eventually score that many goals after a few years, unlike James Wilson.
     
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    Last night Jordan Morris scored the winning goal in the Gold Cup vs. Jamaica. There are so many of these what I would loosely called "tournaments" being played around the world who the hell can keep track unless you eat sleep and drink soccer all day which I don't since I follow so many other sports. That said Morris is emerging as a force and there has been a growing chorus urging Coach Arena to include him on the National Team that we hope qualifies for the World Cup next year in Russia although if there is some kind of political disruption between now and then who knows if it will take place. Odds are it will but you never know these days with all the tension between Russia and the USA/Europe. One more attempt at a land grab by Russia and you can bet there will be no World Cup in Russia next year.
    But first the US has to qualify and they are half way there but along with rising young star Christian Pulisic, Morris has been making a name for himself. His resume keeps getting fatter. He won a championship at Stanford, won Rookie of the year at Seattle and followed that up by helping Seattle win the MLS title last season. And he has come through for the National team. If he was black he would have been penciled in already. Morris offers superb speed on the wing and that alone is a big reason to cheer for him here at caste. If he is left off the roster I will be pissed.
     

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