England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by Vezp » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 02:22:01


da da, dud-dud-da, dudda dadda- whatever--England!!!

England v Brazil in WC 2002 semi-final.

How amny of you remember the last time they met in WC?
Clue: The Pele's header and Gordon Banks save, in Mexico 1970.
OK, back to reality, England to beat Brazil to get into the final, and
take the cup, no one will stop them once 'The real Final' is won and
played, I can smell victory for England already.
Now the trciky part for phase two, how to win the CWC in SA?.

ENGLAND!!!

cheers
vezper

 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by Vezp » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 02:22:22

da da, dud-dud-da, dudda dadda- whatever--England!!!

England v Brazil in WC 2002 semi-final.

How amny of you remember the last time they met in WC?
Clue: The Pele's header and Gordon Banks save, in Mexico 1970.
OK, back to reality, England to beat Brazil to get into the final, and
take the cup, no one will stop them once 'The real Final' is won and
played, I can smell victory for England already.
Now the trciky part for phase two, how to win the CWC in SA?.

ENGLAND!!!

cheers
vezper

 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by Gafoo » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 02:26:45


Quote:
> da da, dud-dud-da, dudda dadda- whatever--England!!!

> England v Brazil in WC 2002 semi-final.

QF actually.

 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by <rkuse.. » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 02:34:40


Quote:
> How amny of you remember the last time they met in WC?
> Clue: The Pele's header and Gordon Banks save, in Mexico 1970.

I have seen a footage of it. As incredible as Maradona's goal against
Eng in 1986 WC (not the 'hand of god' one).

RK- [ go Eng go ]

 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by Chuckles The Scary Clow » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 04:35:15


Quote:
> da da, dud-dud-da, dudda dadda- whatever--England!!!

> England v Brazil in WC 2002 semi-final.

no that's simply not possible seeing as they are meeting in the quarter
final - both teams can't progress

Quote:
> How amny of you remember the last time they met in WC?

"many" is spelt m-a-n-y not the peculiar way you have offered

Quote:
> Clue: The Pele's header and Gordon Banks save, in Mexico 1970.

Erm, Brazil won that match 1-0, you seem to have omitted to mention
Jairzhino's quite brilliant goal

Quote:
> OK, back to reality, England to beat Brazil to get into the final

no, see above

, and

Quote:
> take the cup, no one will stop them once 'The real Final' is won and
> played, I can smell victory for England already.
> Now the trciky part for phase two, how to win the CWC in SA?.

> ENGLAND!!!

> cheers
> vezper

what colour is the sky in your world?
 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by alve » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 05:25:57


Quote:
> da da, dud-dud-da, dudda dadda- whatever--England!!!

> England v Brazil in WC 2002 semi-final.

> How amny of you remember the last time they met in WC?
> Clue: The Pele's header and Gordon Banks save, in Mexico 1970.
> OK, back to reality, England to beat Brazil to get into the final, and
> take the cup, no one will stop them once 'The real Final' is won and
> played, I can smell victory for England already.
> Now the trciky part for phase two, how to win the CWC in SA?.

> ENGLAND!!!

An example of the dangers of typing while ***ing. Let this be a lesson to
the kiddies.

Alvey
In Brisbane, 'Voluntary workers strike for higher pay'

 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by David Nort » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 06:27:52



Quote:



> > da da, dud-dud-da, dudda dadda- whatever--England!!!

> > England v Brazil in WC 2002 semi-final.

> no that's simply not possible seeing as they are meeting in the quarter
> final - both teams can't progress

*Should be* almost as good as a semi, given the line-up of possible
opponents in the actual semi.

Quote:
> > How amny of you remember the last time they met in WC?

> "many" is spelt m-a-n-y not the peculiar way you have offered

> > Clue: The Pele's header and Gordon Banks save, in Mexico 1970.

> Erm, Brazil won that match 1-0, you seem to have omitted to mention
> Jairzhino's quite brilliant goal

Jairzinho - it's a good idea to check your own spelling if you're going to
criticise someone else's.
Quote:
> > OK, back to reality, England to beat Brazil to get into the final

> no, see above

> , and
> > take the cup, no one will stop them once 'The real Final' is won and
> > played, I can smell victory for England already.
> > Now the trciky part for phase two, how to win the CWC in SA?.

> > ENGLAND!!!

> > cheers
> > vezper

> what colour is the sky in your world?

 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by samarth harish sha » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 07:34:42


Quote:
> da da, dud-dud-da, dudda dadda- whatever--England!!!

> England v Brazil in WC 2002 semi-final.

Erm, no, they're both in the Quarter-final. Although, I do agree with you
that whoever wins this QF is virtually assured of a place in the final.
:-) I don't think the QF winner's SF opponent - who will be a first time
WC participant (!!!) - will really be able to get over the pressure of a
WC semi-final.

-Samarth.

Quote:

> How amny of you remember the last time they met in WC?
> Clue: The Pele's header and Gordon Banks save, in Mexico 1970.
> OK, back to reality, England to beat Brazil to get into the final, and
> take the cup, no one will stop them once 'The real Final' is won and
> played, I can smell victory for England already.
> Now the trciky part for phase two, how to win the CWC in SA?.

> ENGLAND!!!

> cheers
> vezper

 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by Shishir Patha » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 12:38:43


Quote:
> da da, dud-dud-da, dudda dadda- whatever--England!!!

> England v Brazil in WC 2002 semi-final.

This will be the first time in the history of any game that the same two
teams will face each other in QF as well the SF.

Cheers,

Shishir

<snip>

 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by Vezp » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 13:04:00

Quote:



> > da da, dud-dud-da, dudda dadda- whatever--England!!!

> > England v Brazil in WC 2002 semi-final.

> > How amny of you remember the last time they met in WC?
> > Clue: The Pele's header and Gordon Banks save, in Mexico 1970.
> > OK, back to reality, England to beat Brazil to get into the final, and
> > take the cup, no one will stop them once 'The real Final' is won and
> > played, I can smell victory for England already.
> > Now the trciky part for phase two, how to win the CWC in SA?.

> > ENGLAND!!!

> An example of the dangers of typing while ***ing. Let this be a lesson to
> the kiddies.

yek, you try it with sticky fingers
 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by Vezp » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 14:07:00


Hey Clown
Correction 4 U
 England v Brazil in WC 2002 4 the semi-final.

And, I M not claiming 2 b a spelling bee.

Quote:
> > How amny of you remember the last time they met in WC?
> "many" is spelt m-a-n-y not the peculiar way you have offered

u r a new kid in town, take some friendly advice, don't be picky and
you'll type longer.

Quote:
> Erm, Brazil won that match 1-0, you seem to have omitted to mention
> Jairzhino's quite brilliant goal

No, just Gordon Banks, who only hailed the greatest save of all time,
scooping Pele's downward header out and up over the bar the save known
as The God's Hand Save.

 > ENGLAND!!!

Quote:
> what colour is the sky in your world?

I'll let you know on Friday.
 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by Prakash Melwa » Wed, 19 Jun 2002 15:14:25


Quote:

> > da da, dud-dud-da, dudda dadda- whatever--England!!!

> > England v Brazil in WC 2002 semi-final.

> Erm, no, they're both in the Quarter-final. Although, I do agree with you
> that whoever wins this QF is virtually assured of a place in the final.
> :-)

Samarth, I think that the winner of this QF will be overwhelming
favourites to win the SF and the final. However seeing the way this WC
has been going, anything is possible. Come to think of it, Brazil were
fortunate in a way to beat Belgium because I certainly did not see
anything wrong with the header of Wilmots which would have given them
the lead. And it probably would have been a wholly different game. As
such, I would not go to the extent of saying 'virtually assured' of a
place in the final because upsets seem very possible this year.

Quote:
>I don't think the QF winner's SF opponent - who will be a first time
> WC participant (!!!) - will really be able to get over the pressure of a
> WC semi-final.

Probably true but Japan (if they get through) will have virtually the
whole stadium rooting for them and that can be a fantastic plus. On
the other hand Senegal have shown they have the speed and have already
seen off France and Denmark. Could be fascinating.

Of course nobody is mentioning USA who in the QF will have to play a
German side which has not looked very impressive despite their 8-0
triumph over the outclassed Saudis.

Cheers
Prakash

Quote:

> -Samarth.

> > How amny of you remember the last time they met in WC?
> > Clue: The Pele's header and Gordon Banks save, in Mexico 1970.
> > OK, back to reality, England to beat Brazil to get into the final, and
> > take the cup, no one will stop them once 'The real Final' is won and
> > played, I can smell victory for England already.
> > Now the trciky part for phase two, how to win the CWC in SA?.

> > ENGLAND!!!

> > cheers
> > vezper

 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by Chuckles The Scary Clow » Thu, 20 Jun 2002 04:56:26



Quote:

> Hey Clown
> Correction 4 U
>  England v Brazil in WC 2002 4 the semi-final.

What?

Quote:

> And, I M not claiming 2 b a spelling bee.

I'm glad to hear it

Quote:

> > > How amny of you remember the last time they met in WC?
> > "many" is spelt m-a-n-y not the peculiar way you have offered

> u r a new kid in town, take some friendly advice, don't be picky and
> you'll type longer.

it would help if you used the Queen's English and then at least we'd be able
to understand the point you were trying to make

Quote:

> > Erm, Brazil won that match 1-0, you seem to have omitted to mention
> > Jairzhino's quite brilliant goal
> No, just Gordon Banks, who only hailed the greatest save of all time,
> scooping Pele's downward header out and up over the bar the save known
> as The God's Hand Save.

Erm **yes**, you omitted Jairzhino's quite brilliant goal.  Banks' save
*was* the greatest save of all time without question but even he couldn't
stop the Brazilians winning 1-0.

Please try to retain some perspective and not get swept along on this wave
of nationalic bullshit that's currently doing the rounds.

The sooner Ronaldo and Rivaldo***all over our defence, the sooner this
wretched country might get back to some sort of normality.

 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by Yuk Tan » Thu, 20 Jun 2002 10:10:48



[snip]

Quote:
> it would help if you used the Queen's English and then at least we'd be
able
> to understand the point you were trying to make

[snip]

Quote:
> Erm **yes**, you omitted Jairzhino's quite brilliant goal.  Banks' save
> *was* the greatest save of all time without question but even he couldn't
> stop the Brazilians winning 1-0.

As someone has already pointed out, the standard spelling is "Jairzinho".
If you're going to harp on about Queen's English and whatnot, then you
should get your own spelling right.  Especially when your mis-spelling
affects the pronunciation.

Quote:
> Please try to retain some perspective and not get swept along on this wave
> of nationalic bullshit that's currently doing the rounds.

What does "nationalic" mean?  Is it some kind of acid?

Cheers, ymt.

 
 
 

England's -' WC Double'- Phase One

Post by Prakash Melwa » Thu, 20 Jun 2002 11:45:37

Quote:



> > > da da, dud-dud-da, dudda dadda- whatever--England!!!

> > > England v Brazil in WC 2002 semi-final.

> > Erm, no, they're both in the Quarter-final. Although, I do agree with you
> > that whoever wins this QF is virtually assured of a place in the final.
> > :-)

> Samarth, I think that the winner of this QF will be overwhelming
> favourites to win the SF and the final. However seeing the way this WC
> has been going, anything is possible. Come to think of it, Brazil were
> fortunate in a way to beat Belgium because I certainly did not see
> anything wrong with the header of Wilmots which would have given them
> the lead. And it probably would have been a wholly different game. As
> such, I would not go to the extent of saying 'virtually assured' of a
> place in the final because upsets seem very possible this year.

> >I don't think the QF winner's SF opponent - who will be a first time
> > WC participant (!!!) - will really be able to get over the pressure of a
> > WC semi-final.

> Probably true but Japan (if they get through) will have virtually the
> whole stadium rooting for them and that can be a fantastic plus. On
> the other hand Senegal have shown they have the speed and have already
> seen off France and Denmark.

This should of course be Sweden. (England defeated Denmark)

Cheers
Prakash

- Show quoted text -

Quote:
> Could be fascinating.

> Of course nobody is mentioning USA who in the QF will have to play a
> German side which has not looked very impressive despite their 8-0
> triumph over the outclassed Saudis.

> Cheers
> Prakash

> > -Samarth.

> > > How amny of you remember the last time they met in WC?
> > > Clue: The Pele's header and Gordon Banks save, in Mexico 1970.
> > > OK, back to reality, England to beat Brazil to get into the final, and
> > > take the cup, no one will stop them once 'The real Final' is won and
> > > played, I can smell victory for England already.
> > > Now the trciky part for phase two, how to win the CWC in SA?.

> > > ENGLAND!!!

> > > cheers
> > > vezper