2018 World Cup

ENDSIEG

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I will chalk up your "I don't care" who wins the final...comment as something said in the heat of the moment. Great Croatia victory but there is no way in hell I wouldn't care if France wins the final. My guess is you feel the same way. I want France to go down in flames.

Now back to England. Well it does turn out, like JL said and I suspected that they hadn't played anyone and they were finally exposed by a solid team. You have to respect the toughness of the Croatia team. They have been the most consistent team here and while I suspect France will be favored they could pull it off especially if they can find a way to unnerve the French squad.

The Brits otherwise known as the young black pack due to their plethora of young black players were out skilled in the second half by a game Croat side. The Croats controlled the mid field in the second half and England looked helpless at times. Mistakenly thinking this team will mature into gangbusters in four years would be a mistake. Germany should be able to regroup by then and my beloved Italy I would hope will come back with a vengeance.

Please this Raheem Sterling is beyond a joke. Streaking into the clear with his blazing speed there is just one small little problem. Once he gets control of the ball the ball controls him. It is called walking and chewing gum at the same time which he is incapable of so why the hell wasn't Jamie Vardy out there on the pitch instead? England was so determined to give face time to their young black pack they neglected the basics needed to win.

Playing patsies England falsely figured this group was the real deal but to me they are vaguely dull, disjointed and at the end of the day a mediocre team held up by a first class goaltender. Sadly I think the team will continue to push the" put as many blacks as possible out there" theme in four years and perhaps if they fall short again they will finally pull back the reigns on the go whole hog black strategy.

I plan to watch the Belgium England match as well as the final. I will be rooting for Belgium and would love to see Eden Hazard shine.

At least the caste advertisement final of England/France never materialized.

Go Croatia!!!!
Yeh, I take that back! COME ON CROATIA!!!
 

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A good night to take off work guys. Have a few extra beers celebrating this historic victory!

Croatia is one win away from being World Cup Champions! They must continue to fight
with all their might like a true Croatian Warrior!
 

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What a great game. Once Croatia got the tying goal they starting playing like gangbusters. They got a 2nd or 3rd wind and England looked totally overwhelmed, eventually wilting.

The other thing that was noticeable was Croatia’s physicality. They were literally pushing around England’s black and mulatto players. We all know that when a strong, confident White man steps up to a non-White they backdown and cower. I really think this got in England’s head and broke whatever confidence they had gained in the 1st half while grinding them down physically too.

Now comes Frenegal. A far superior team to England. A physical team as well, that consists mostly of “black bodyguards”, as our former esteemed poster Frederic used to say. I hope Croatia gives Pogba a taste of his own medicine and bully him all over the pitch. Of course, the French team would fall apart without Greizmann orchestrating the offense and Lloris stonewalling damn near everything.

Go Croatia!!!
 

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You are correct about Raheem Sterling.
He was less than useless, because instead of doing nothing, he blew all kinds of chances for England when he had the ball.
Can't believe England believes in this guy.
 

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What an amazing victory. I actually took off a couple hours from work and went to a bar to watch most of it. Thoroughly enjoyable. If Croatia wins on Sunday I daresay it would be a greater victory for our cause than 14, 10, or 06 because this is an ALL WHITE side representing a nation of only 4.4 million people, that will have defeated two mutt teams representing nations of over 60 million each that have been swamped by foreign invaders and malevolent (((globalist elites))) and are fighting for their very lives. A win by Croatia on Sunday would have enormous significance. I don't think a win for France would be that bad for us because the normies around the world have the momentum against the globalists, who are melting down.
 

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What a match!!! What an amazing result for Croatia!!! I was thinking England were going to win (as to not get my hopes up too much and be disappointed), but wow. When Croatia got that equalizer, they became a completely different team, pretty much pinning England back for the rest of the match. After Trippier scored that quick free kick, and Croatia looked dazed, I was waiting for England to get that second goal, which they nearly did a few times in the first half. Even towards the end of the first, Croatia began to get into the match more. In the 2nd, Croatia looked better even before the goal, and their superior talent really shone through. It's all the more amazing considering Croatia had just come off two wins through penalty shoot-outs. Perisic's goal was a great strike, and Mandzukic took a great opportunity to win the match with his goal in extra time. I'm VERY proud of Croatia today. Even making it to the Final is one of our best sports victories this year. It prevented the multi-kulti narrative from fully taking shape with a France/England Final. GO CROATIA!!!!!! It'll be tough, but I know they'll be fighting "France" at every step, and hopefully Croatia will have a shot at the end. Seeing "France" win would be very disappointing, but I know Croatia will give them everything they can handle and more!

I really hope Modric, Rakitic, etc. will be able to somewhat neutralize France's midfield and stifle their attack, which has admittedly looked very good. Croatia's defense will have their hands full, but they've been very good so far in the tournament, and if anybody can contain them, it'd be Croatia.

I agree with Riggins, if Croatia wins, it'll be better than the other wins we've had in the World Cup recently, going back to 2006 at least. Italy's win was VERY important too, they beat a France side more non-white than the current edition. Coming off of two Brazil wins and a half-white France win in the previous three World Cups before 2006, it was important for Italy to right the ship. The Italians ushered in a great run for our guys, continuing with Croatia today.
 

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What a tale of two halves - England were all over it in the first half of the game and really should’ve had 2-3 goals, but after half time Croatia absolutely dominated and also should’ve scored more. Croatia were the best team for 75 minutes, England 45 minutes and so the best team clearly won. Aside from the good free kick goal England looked to be playing at half pace, Pickford was good as he has been all tournament but they were let down by two poor pieces of marking against crosses in defense, while Kane really did nothing all game - but nothing is more than Sterling did who wasted chance after chance by falling over or turning it straight over.

Hopefully Croatia can go the whole way and win the tournament - making the final is already hugely impressive but they have a chance to do something of legend, in the echelon of Greece 2004 and Denmark 1992 but even bigger.
 
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The Three Goals:

4' Trippier

67' Perisic

109' Mandzukic

**** the "English".They gave 0 respect to Croatia,specially in the second half and like a true non-white team tried to score when Croatia were celebrating.Even Modric noted the former part:

Modric: ‘We were motivated by England’s lack of respect’


"People were talking... English journalists, pundits from television,” he told ITV.

“They underestimated Croatia tonight and that was a huge mistake. All these words from them we take, we were reading and we were saying ‘ok, today we will see who will be tired’. They should be more humble and respect their opponents more.

“We showed again that we were not tired - we dominated the game mentally and physically. We should have killed the game even before extra-time"

Though to be honest,I am a bit worried that Croatia have played Extra Time 3 games in a row now.

Sterling was absolutely useless and while Kane didn't cover himself in glory either,Gary Neville thinks that he is injured

And I concur with all the other posters,it was amazing to watch this much older Croatian team out-run, out-muscle and out-gun young,flashy England,that too having played ET in their previous two games.Perisic,Madzukic and Modric must be having new statues of their commissioned in Zagreb, irrespective of the results in the final.

Did anyone else notice how the blackening of England,France was underlined by the fact that both needed to score from a set-piece?Did anyone notice how England's tactics were not too different from that of a Championship team?
 

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You are correct about Raheem Sterling.
He was less than useless, because instead of doing nothing, he blew all kinds of chances for England when he had the ball.
Can't believe England believes in this guy.
Pretty much ALL the Negroes and mulattos on England's team have been useless.
 

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I liked the bit where the Croatian players took out that photographer when celebrating the goal, and then apologised to him. Classy stuff...
 

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Reading the post mortem reports coming out of soccer crazed England you would have thought this team was a dynamic gate crashing team on the verge of a giant break through. They left out the part they had the easiest draw known to mankind.

You can't even compare the likes of say Raheem Sterling to the breathtaking talents of Michael Owen circa the 2002 World Cup. One of the most exciting English players ever anytime the magnificent Owen received the ball in space you stood at attention. Owen wasn't simply a great player. He was electric!! His daring speed and magical movement put you on the edge of your seat.
Sterling is a one trick pony for Manchester City who capitalized on the porous defenses in the Premier League but was totally exposed against international competition.

Despite all the young black athletic specimens on display this Brit squad was fundamentally boring. Their goaltender is top flight and their overall defense was fairly solid. I will give them that. Yet their offense was unimaginative and lacked any sort of attention span. The press seems to think this group is an upgrade over the "stodgy teams" of the past--read in between the lines they mean white teams of yore. Blinded by seeing black faces out there they failed to notice this team was just as stodgy as the prior teams if you look at it properly. Nothing to write home about and if this is the future of English soccer why would anyone be optimistic about what lies ahead.

As the Philosopher points out most of their scoring was on set pieces usually with Harry Kane heading in a goal. Or a penalty kick. This team seemed incapable of scoring beautifully in the manner of say a Brazil or Germany where precise passing from the midfield leads to a perfectly executed goal by a darting wing player. Instead England just fussed about aimlessly as their young black stars put on a brief nifty display here and there that went nowhere.

The Premier League debuted on NBC sports channels in 2013. I watched in awe as if overnight the league had turned much blacker especially the "glory boy" positions who scored the goals and netted the highlight reels. It was as if England quickly decided to elevate black (and mixed) players and marginalize the white ones by design. Along with their home grown blacks they imported players of color and just like that the league was transformed from a working class white sport to something altogether different. See an earlier Don post that has a radio feed lucidly commenting on this phenomena. No wonder fans like caste member Endseig feel left out in the cold.

The question is will this full throttle black invasion continue unabated or will it subside somewhat? The Philosopher sadly points out that there are a plethora of young blacks coming down the pipeline. Is English soccer heading in the direction of American football or worse the SEC conference?

I hope not and will hold out hope that some true white stars emerge from the shadows in four years time.

Meanwhile I will keep a closer eye on the Premier League this season to monitor the situation.
 
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Since I brought him up can't resist giving a taste of a precocious Michael Owen displaying skills far beyond this current English squad. Owen emerged in the 1990's at a time when USA Sports and USA media were engaged in full throttle caste mode.

See below Owen at just 18 years old. Are young white players ever going to be allowed to play on big stages anymore?

 

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Reading the post mortem reports coming out of soccer crazed England you would have thought this team was a dynamic gate crashing team on the verge of a giant break through. They left out the part they had the easiest draw known to mankind.

You can't even compare the likes of say Raheem Sterling to the breathtaking talents of Michael Owen circa the 2002 World Cup. One of the most exciting English players ever anytime the magnificent Owen received the ball in space you stood at attention. Owen wasn't simply a great player. He was electric!! His daring speed and magical movement put you on the edge of your seat.
Sterling is a one trick pony for Manchester City who capitalized on the porous defenses in the Premier League but was totally exposed against international competition.

Despite all the young black athletic specimens on display this Brit squad was fundamentally boring. Their goaltender is top flight and their overall defense was fairly solid. I will give them that. Yet their offense was unimaginative and lacked any sort of attention span. The press seems to think this group is an upgrade over the "stodgy teams" of the past--read in between the lines they mean white teams of yore. Blinded by seeing black faces out there they failed to notice this team was just as stodgy as the prior teams if you look at it properly. Nothing to write home about and if this is the future of English soccer why would anyone be optimistic about what lies ahead.

As the Philosopher points out most of their scoring was on set pieces usually with Harry Kane heading in a goal. Or a penalty kick. This team seemed incapable of scoring beautifully in the manner of say a Brazil or Germany where precise passing from the midfield leads to a perfectly executed goal by a darting wing player. Instead England just fussed about aimlessly as their young black stars put on a brief nifty display here and there that went nowhere.

The Premier League debuted on NBC sports channels in 2013. I watched in awe as if overnight the league had turned much blacker especially the "glory boy" positions who scored the goals and netted the highlight reels. It was as if England quickly decided to elevate black (and mixed) players and marginalize the white ones by design. Along with their home grown blacks they imported players of color and just like that the league was transformed from a working class white sport to something altogether different. See an earlier Don post that has a radio feed lucidly commenting on this phenomena. No wonder fans like caste member Endseig feel left out in the cold.

The question is will this full throttle black invasion continue unabated or will it subside somewhat? The Philosopher sadly points out that there are a plethora of young blacks coming down the pipeline. Is English soccer heading in the direction of American football or worse the SEC conference?

I hope not and will hold out hope that some true white stars emerge from the shadows in four years time.

Meanwhile I will keep a closer eye on the Premier League this season to monitor the situation.
You're making me feel very nostalgic for the old England team. Seems like only yesterday when Michael Owen burst onto the scene in '98
 

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Since I brought him up can't resist giving a taste of a precocious Michael Owen displaying skills far beyond this current English squad. Owen emerged in the 1990's at a time when USA Sports and USA media were engaged in full throttle caste mode.

See below Owen at just 18 years old. Are young white players ever going to be allowed to play on big stages anymore?


Excellent commentary from the late Brian Moore. They don't make 'em like they used to...
 

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There has been 161 goals in the tournament so far. The World Cup with the most goals is currently shared between France '98 and Brazil '14, both with 171 goals.

So it looks unlikely that this WC will break the record, but who knows? Especially if the 3rd/4th play-off produces quite a few. It usually does...
 

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Well that match was incredibly dull! I watched it so you didn't have to.

Good to see that the coal-black 'Belgian' Lukaku won't get the Golden Boot...
 
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What a flop show by the "English" team.How did absolutely useless black clowns like Ashley Young,Rose Ruben Loftus-cheek and Delph even get on the flight?

The lack of creativity(due to a lack of white players) was very clear and I think Dier was their best player.
I really how this England team is getting much more credit than it deserves for having made it to the semis on the back of a really favorable group and knockout draw.
 
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