Euro 2016 (France) Qualifying

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  1. Jack Lambert

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    Ireland beat Germany 1-0 on a great goal from Shane Long, who beat 3 German defenders, was on the end of a great long ball from the keeper.

    Northern Ireland thrash Greece 3-0 to qualify for the Euros!!!! Congrats to Northern Ireland! :) It's looking like three out of the four British teams will be qualifying for the Finals, with the exception of Scotland. I love seeing these smaller teams qualifying. Northern Ireland and Iceland would've even been qualified in the old format, as they both top their groups right now.
     
  2. frederic38

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    in france sakho (sakho' sh*t) is still a guaranteed starter while he is far behind emre can at liverpool and barely plays
    still no aymeric laporte
    he prefers france (i don't know what is there to like about that stupid flag and disgusting french pseudo values though) but could be called for spain very soon http://www.tf1.fr/tf1/telefoot/news...tionner-francais-aymeric-laporte-0744239.html
    blackest french team in years , the days of laurent blanc are very far now
     
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    de bruyne scored a great free kick for belgium
    amazing start of the season for him
     
  4. Jack Lambert

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    That's sad to see from France, frederic; I was hoping to see them whiten up before they host the Euros.

    Despite the presence of more Turks on the roster, Germany looks to still be playing with 8 white starters most of the time, and 8-9 whites on at the end of the match. I'm hoping Loew leaves Ginter at RB over Can; I thought he looked pretty good going forward in their last match against Ireland, although his crosses left a bit to be desired at times.

    The "Dutch" meanwhile, sunk to a new low today, starting a mere 4 whites, and finished with... 3!!! I hope this steaming pile of crap is left sitting at home. Turkey beat the Czech Republic today, which I don't mind, as the Czech's have already qualified, and the win keeps the Turks ahead of the "Dutch." The Netherlands are as bad as France right now.
     
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    the dutch are definitely out of the euro champs
    france started --------dont read the following if you are easily shocked--------6 blacks and 1 arab
    finished with 8 blacks out of 11
     
  6. frederic38

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    oups, ichecked and holland can still qualify, i heard that they were already out but it was exageration
    it is unlikely though
    definitely hoping turkey goes instead of them
     
  7. frederic38

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    about france, the team was very black but griezmann and cabaye scored the goals, and then the team made the quota arab striker benzema feel better by allowing him to score his first goal with france in more than a year
    it was like letting an handicapped child take the first kick of the match, makes you feel good to help handicapped people
     
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    This one's a classic!

    https://streamable.com/1pi4

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    The game is too easy for him.Its ridiculous that the best stuff he does is all one touch.I'm very tempted to say that there's finally someone who can break the (white)duopoly of Messi-Ronaldo.If anyone can challenge those two for the Ballon D'Or,its KDB.And in the EPL,only Aguero,Alexis Sanchez are on his level.Neymar isn't even close.Barca messed up by signing the wrong player.
     
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    The all black Dutch back line concedes two goals within the first 35 minutes, and they're down 2-0 at home to the Czech Republic, a team they need to beat. The "Dutch" started 4 whites, but have already subbed Van Persie on for one of their useless defenders.

    Things just got interesting, as a Czech Republic player got a red card.
     
  11. ENDSIEG 2.0

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    It's good to be back...

    Hello, I don't know if anyone remembers me as 'ENDSIEG'? I commented during the 2014 World Cup...

    Well, some things have changed! Germany has gone full-blown multi-culti:angry:, all-White Ulster have qualified(Admittedly a Mulatto is on the bench, but come on!) Wales(mostly White) have qualified for the first time and Ireland (mostly White) are in the play-offs.

    Hungary(as I write) are going to qualify as best runner-up, although to be fair, they aren't very good. But who cares if they're all-White! Great news for Iceland as well!
     
  12. Jack Lambert

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    Nice to see you back!! I've noticed that with Germany as well. I still think they'll have their 8 white starters at the Euros, but with a bit darker bench, as Bellarabi and Can will be there for sure at this point. The sad thing is, they'll still be one of the whiter Western Euro Countries there, as I think England will have around 7, France 4-6, Portugal 7-8, Wales 8-9, Belgium 6-7, etc.

    Good news... the train wreck of a team that is the "Dutch" are out!! :D One less "diverse" nation to deal with. They'd have had 5-6 white starters had they made it.
     
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    Gutted for Hungary...

    Sad to see the Turks steal the automatic best runner-up spot, but to be honest I'd rather Turkey qualified than the so-called 'Dutch' team.


    My pick for getting through the play-offs are - Ukraine, Hungary, Slovenia and Denmark
     
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    huge terrorist attack tonigh during france-germany, many dead
    to warm up before the euro champs in france
    done by muslims ofcourse
     
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    This is horror, but it was to be expected, and now I expect a low grade civil war to happen, i.e. a series of tit-for-tat attacks here and there, general instability and insecurity. It seems that the French already have partially retaliated by burning down the Calais refugee camp. Long term only a military coup/dictatorship, a 6th republic, can stabilize the situation and do what has to be done (mass expulsions). Not Hollande, not even Marine Le Pen.
     
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    I am watching Lou Dobbs coverage and he is telling it like it is regarding the crisis of Islam invading the west and basically calling for the rejection of migrants and basically a take no prisoners mentality to eradicate the great cancer of the 21st century.

    I turned it to MSNBC just to see what the cultural marxists are doing and they are amazingly blaming this on those in France that want to secure the borders and keep France sovereign and french. They continue to portray muslims as victims - absolutely pathetic and anti-christian, anti-western civilization.
     
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    ofcourse it was expected, it happens all the time in france and in other countries
     
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    will the euro champs be relocated?
    you can't have a big event like that in such a fragile country
     
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    But, but, but where will the singer Adele find her next boyfriend if they stop the migrants from entering through Calais?:

    [video=youtube;YQHsXMglC9A]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQHsXMglC9A[/video]

    Note that this "music" video is only three weeks old yet has nearly 355 million views with about a 98% rating.
     
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    I doubt they are going to relocate such a big event. They are going to put 1000 policemen on every game, do an in depth security arrangement with 3 or 4 layers and it's going to be a great Euro.
    The problem is not the security of big events or famous people, the problem is the security of ordinary people. All the targets today were "soft" targets. I.e. targets where there is minimal protection - restaurants, rock concerts, night clubs... very sad... but you can't have a policeman on every corner. People will have to take matters into their own hands, arm themselves, do security patrols around their neighborhoods etc. You will have to re-take your country back block-by-block. It's going to last for centuries like the Spanish reconquista, but you can do it.
    BTW. the game went on until the end today and France won 2:0 with 2 Whites scoring (Giroud and Gignac) - a good sign of destiny.
     
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    but remember they have destroyed charlie hebdo in daylight
    charlie hebdo was one of the most obvious terrorist target, they had cops with them all day and all night
    france is in another dimension now, it's very risky to host a big event in a country like this
     
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    I'm going to Paris tonight.:dodgy: I always pick the best times to travel.

    What annoys me after events like this is the politicians and media scum talking about "universal values". Official Western values are BS.

    And all this talk about being in shock. Why? No racially aware person can be surprised by what happened last night. If you let these people into the West then last night's events in Paris will be the norm until we submit. Personally, I'm hoping at least one of the Muslims turns out to be a Syrian "refugee". But according to witnesses some of the attackers spoke French without a foreign accent. Local racaille I assume.
     

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