Rebajlo said:Germany committed a string of needless fouls in essentially innocuous passages of play, culminating in Miroslaw (sorry, Miroslav: I'm still in the habit of using his original name,Ãƒâ€šÃ‚Â Miroslaw Klos - upon emigrating, his father added the "e" to the surname in order for it to sound "more German")
Magellan said:Blacks may only make up 5 % of the population in France, but I'm not quite sure and it's quickly worsening
and given their birth rate and immigration... Where I live, 50 % of the youth are blacks and 20 % arabs
when i take the subway or the bus, i m often the only "young" (i m 31) white
in my neighbourghood, whites are called "les gaulois". Which is a reference to the population living in Ancient Gaul before the roman conquest by Caesar.
Liverlips said:"All-black Honduras has a chance to advance along with Spain, even though I think the Swiss will go with Spain in Group H."
Honduras started 3 blacks and 8 mestizos in the first game.
Don Wassall said:<div></div>Thrashen said:With the exception of Ghana's 1:0 win versus Serbia (won via a goal scored on an simple penalty kick), no African nation has been the outright winner of a single soccer match. It just doesn't make any sense"Â¦an entire continent chock full of pure-blood African men can't win a competition involving athleticism? With such innate athletic ability, African squads should win every single match, every single year. Instead, they have thrown themselves further into the doldrums of international irrelevance. Yet the American Caste System continues on, at breakneck speed, unabated towards everlasting darkness.
<div>It should surprise no one here, that ESPN The [Gay] MagazineÃƒâ€šÃ‚Â features on its current cover a photo of Samuel Eto'o from Cameroon with the headline "The Rise of African Soccer."</div>
Caste Whore extraordinaire Chris Fowler of ESPN just insulted the winning Denmark team by saying "The Danes having 'thick ankles'" and "'are slow afoot'" as we say in American Football."Europe said:It looks like African soccer isn't on the rise as much as ESPN thinks. They have only 1 win so far and got a lucky draw against Australia.I wish the European teams wouldn't sign all these African players.