Olympic Games | Beijing 2008 | Soccer

Kibe Kru

Starting XI
Bobby;2561467 said:
Why do the Brazilians always get so fat? Ronaldinho, Ronaldo, and especially Adriano!

It's because we have nothing to eat and we spend all days playing football in the streets, and when the nice people from Europe offer us some money, we can't stop eating.
 

Axolote

Senior Squad
What a game...!!!

Messi and Aguero were amazing...

But the best was MASCHERANO...!!! And we sold him for only 15 mill.



No gold for Brazil... ;)

And about Dinho's weight, thats the beauty of football, you can be fat, short, tall, thin...it doesnt matter...you are good playing it or not.


PS: My english is a littly rusty...
 

snoppf1

Senior Squad
Axolote;2563048 said:
What a game...!!!

Messi and Aguero were amazing...

But the best was MASCHERANO...!!! And we sold him for only 15 mill.



No gold for Brazil... ;)

And about Dinho's weight, thats the beauty of football, you can be fat, short, tall, thin...it doesnt matter...you are good playing it or not.


PS: My english is a littly rusty...

Not as rusty as my spainish :)
 

NaFeR

Reserve Team
Player Performance

Argentina:

Sergio Romero = 7
Nicolás Pareja = 7
Ezequiel Garay = 6.5
Pablo Zabaleta = 6
Luciano Monzón= 7
Javier Mascherano = 9
Fernando Gago = 7.5
Angel Di María = 7
Juan Román Riquelme = 8.5
Lionel Messi = 8
Sergio Agüero = 9

Brazil:

Renán = 5
Rafinha = 7
Alex Silva = 4.5
Breno = 4
Marcelo = 5
Hernanes = 4.5
Lucas = 4
Anderson = 3.5
Diego = 3
Ronaldinho = 5
Rafael Sobis = 5.5
Alexandre Pato = 5
Thiago Neves = 2


Great game of Argentina!!
 

Kibe Kru

Starting XI
HAHAHA!!!!

Brazil out of the Olympics' football tournament once again... all too familiar a sight.

I only got to watch the second half, and it seems Argentina dominated the first one. From what I could see, Brazil couldn't create clear cut chances, even though they did manage to hit the post twice.

Well done, Argentina. You're now favourites to get the gold medal. Make South America proud.
 

El Diablo Rojo

Starting XI
Yes let's take revenge from Atlanta!

Excellent performance by our guys.

I got to say though i'm a bit surprised by the performance of some brazilian players like that Anderson, he was TERRIBLE, and Diego why is he so hyped? I don't think i ever saw a good performance of him, even when Brazil plays pretty good Diego is still so-so.
 

SlowHand

Starting XI
LOL!!!!

nobody saw nigeria on the finals :p
like smbd said, this WILL be Atlanta's Revenge!!

Kibe Kru;2563152 said:
HAHAHA!!!!

Brazil out of the Olympics' football tournament once again... all too familiar a sight.

I only got to watch the second half, and it seems Argentina dominated the first one. From what I could see, Brazil couldn't create clear cut chances, even though they did manage to hit the post twice.

Well done, Argentina. You're now favourites to get the gold medal. Make South America proud.

btw, do you all really hate dunga as coach? do you think he'll make it to SA 2010?
 

Help?

Fan Favourite
Man, Argentinian attack is so fluid, just a pleasure to watch at times. Nigeria got a few tricks of their own too. Watch out for them in 5-6 years, these two teams are no strangers to each other and met a number of times before.
 

RobbieD_PL

Unreliable deceiver
Staff member
Moderator
SlowHand;2564181 said:
LOL!!!!

nobody saw nigeria on the finals :p
like smbd said, this WILL be Atlanta's Revenge!!



btw, do you all really hate dunga as coach? do you think he'll make it to SA 2010?

Nah it's just Kibe Kru. (H)
 

Kibe Kru

Starting XI
SlowHand;2564181 said:
btw, do you all really hate dunga as coach? do you think he'll make it to SA 2010?
Most people do hate him, and they believe he is being coached by the NT, and not the opposite. They have a valid point. No previous experience as a coach really counts against him. But his biggest problem seems to be the fact that he's not exactly media friendly, and even the Brazilian FA's best friends in the media seem to want him out now...

I think he couldn't have done much more in the olympics. He selected the players he could, and lost to a much better side. It just happened to be Argentina.....

And no, I don't think he'll make it to SA 2010... Rumour is that failing to win in Chile in Sept 7 will get him axed from the job. The thing is, no manager in our history has lasted from the immediate aftermath of a lost world cup to the next one, and it certainly won't be Dunga.

RobbieD_PL;2564227 said:
Nah it's just Kibe Kru. (H)
You wouldn't want me any other way, would you? ;)

Oh, and congratulations Argentina! (still behind us, though!)
 


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