>top 3 players and best defender in the world are south americans
Would a yuropean XI have any chance against a south american XI ?
Find a flaw
>Playing a sport only your country plays
Eat a dick, Warrior fags.
The Spurs are by far the favorite to win it all
Which is the best World Cup in living memory and why is it this one?
How desperate are they?
What sports does the media in your country dedicate their pages to?
10% Other sports
In England it definitely depends on the time of the year but he's a rough estimation:
5% Horse Racing
who can stop us?
So yesterday there were 2 fixtures in the Champions League, the pre-eminent club competition in the World
There were 0 (ZERO) goals scored in these games
That's 210 minutes (One game went to extra time) without a single fucking goal.
How do we fix this?
My opinion? Make the goals slightly bigger. By a foot on each side.
>FC Porto president says in a private dinner that Casillas is a flop
>Says that Casillas costed us a lot of points, both in the Portuguese league and in the CL
>Says that New York City FC wants to buy him
Good to know that he'll leave. Maybe he won't be shit in the MLS.
ITT: Gay athletes. No speculations please only those who are openly homosexual
Only one more season and we can sell him for £150m
3 teams in UCL
Atletico de Madrid
3 teams in Europa lel
Athletic bilbao / Valencia
Who can stop us?
Still can't watch Eibar vs Las Palmas but i enjoy Newcastle vs Aston Villa.It's not about Europa League or Ucl,just can't watch that league,only El Clasico and that shit became like a fucking war.Epl more enjoyable to watch.Even Bundesliga is more interesting them Spanish league
As a coach and technical director, not as a player. There were really high expectations when he got hired, and he won the 2013 Gold Cup and did a good job at the World Cup, but the embarrassment of the 2015 Gold Cup and the lack of improvement as a team (the '02 and '10 US teams were arguably better) has a lot of people disappointed. What do you guys think? Has he actually helped US Soccer? Is his goal of reaching the semifinals at the 2018 World Cup even remotely realistic?
Is there anything in particular that he's gotten wrong? I don't really pay much attention to the national team outside of the World Cup, so I don't know much about what Klinsmann is actually doing.
it'd be a bullshit fluke if we got the semis in 2018. Our talent pool might be deeper than ever, but the top end players aren't there. He hasn't gotten us to outperform our talent level, with the possible exception of the first two games of the WC. We might see the benefits of his involvement a few years down the line when the next crop of kids grow up, but I can't say he's done anything special from a selection or tactical perspective. And he alienated donovan for no real reason. Don't...
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Why are Liverpool so good at choosing duds?