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    World Cup fever and the best meal since Germany '06

    I got world cup fever, John Barnes is on the mars ads and Tescos makes every little help in South Africa. But best yet... THE BIGGER BIG MAC IS NOW AVALIBLE IN MCDONALDS! That will now doubt be the best meal I've had since Germany '06 and I'M LOVIN IT!

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    Soccer...uhh no thanks. From the USA and soccer is NOT popular at all.
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    Well, I wouldn't say soccer is unpopular in the USA. Soccer is extremely popular with youngsters - but not at a professional level. Almost all children play on soccer leagues while in elementary school - at least in my area (NYC suburbs) There are also many adult immigrants here who play on leagues.

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    Yay i cant wait
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    I can't wait either!

    I'm praying and hoping that Arjen Robben will be fit enough to play!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvira1986 View Post
    I can't wait either!

    I'm praying and hoping that Arjen Robben will be fit enough to play!
    He got more chance then Rio has lol!

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    Just watched the game Japan - Holland this afternoon. We won 1-0, but it wasn't good playing. I don't mind yet, but they really have to step it up if they get more serious competition.

    I was really shocked by the results of Spain, England, Germany(2nd game) and Italy. This championship is going to be intresting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvira1986 View Post
    Just watched the game Japan - Holland this afternoon. We won 1-0, but it wasn't good playing. I don't mind yet, but they really have to step it up if they get more serious competition.

    I was really shocked by the results of Spain, England, Germany(2nd game) and Italy. This championship is going to be intresting.
    Yea, unbelievable things happen in this World Cup.. And what about the crisis in the team of France???
    Players refuse to train , fitness coach walks out after argument with coach , Anelka was kicked off team...
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    The France team is living in total anarchy at the moment. Pfff... what a shame that such a talented team wasts it like that.

    Holland is the first team to make it through to the next round. I'm happy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elvira1986 View Post
    The France team is living in total anarchy at the moment. Pfff... what a shame that such a talented team wasts it like that.

    Holland is the first team to make it through to the next round. I'm happy!
    Thats great news for your country, Im happy for you!

    Well, today my country faces Argentina,
    We will definitely beat them!!!!!!!!!!! .. Im joking, of course...
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