GERMANY v. SWEDEN [R, WC 2006/2nd Round]

GERMANY v. SWEDEN [R, WC 2006/2nd Round]

Post by Neil Gerac » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 00:26:32



Quote:
> On Sat, 24 Jun 2006 23:13:47 +0800, "Neil Gerace"

>>And you worked that out without my spreadsheet to prove it, too :-)

> Neil, do you have the link to your spreadsheet again?

> I want to download it, since I think it's very useful. :)

http://members.iinet.net.au/~geracen/wc/goals.xls

I think it's current to the end of the first round: 113 goals.

 
 
 

GERMANY v. SWEDEN [R, WC 2006/2nd Round]

Post by Victoria Barret » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 00:25:49



Quote:
>Hey Vicky, I have been mistakenly banned from #wcrss....help!!!!!

Damn. Email Austnet ops with your exact "G-Line" reason (just c/p

as usual!

You can see I may be half-German, half-English, but I am fullly
tardy... ;(

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Post by wanyik.. » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 00:26:16

Quote:

> Sweden need to settle down NOW, because this is almost a nightmare.
> Every time Germany get possession, they rush the goal, en masse
> resembling Hermann's forces in Teutoberg...

Exactly.

Yes, the Germans swarm, there's never "just that one guy" up there.

That's how they scored their goal.  I don't know if it's Sweden being
poor, but then OTOH, that can be a panicky situation given the rocket
launchers Germany have (Frings, Ballack).

This is  NOT a plodding methodical German team.

 
 
 

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Post by Victoria Barret » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 00:26:49

Frings yellow, with Simon overreaching IMHO.

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Post by Victoria Barret » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 00:30:31


Quote:
>Yes, the Germans swarm, there's never "just that one guy" up there.

Heh, the German Swarm. I think we have an RSS coinage! :)

Quote:
>That's how they scored their goal.  I don't know if it's Sweden being
>poor, but then OTOH, that can be a panicky situation given the rocket
>launchers Germany have (Frings, Ballack).

Right, albeit Frings has a temper, and has just gotten a yellow. If he
has an awkward moment, Simon will punish him, so watch out.

Quote:
>This is  NOT a plodding methodical German team.

No! Thankfully for this World Cup, and the German supporters.

They are a rather youngish team, no? Which is also the case with
Argentina -- and younger legs, might mean a very loose team which
won't feel the weight of history on them. Go for broke, lads!

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GERMANY v. SWEDEN [R, WC 2006/2nd Round]

Post by Simon9 » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 00:30:35

Quote:



> >Hey Vicky, I have been mistakenly banned from #wcrss....help!!!!!

> Damn. Email Austnet ops with your exact "G-Line" reason (just c/p

> as usual!

Sorry, I don't understand what you mean. "G-Line"????
 
 
 

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Post by Victoria Barret » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 00:32:30

LOL! Globo:

"Ela foi devagar, sofrendo, chorando, mancinha"

Talking about the ball Isaksson punched away but it still dribbled
nauseatingly close to goal.

(She -- the ball -- went past slowly, sufferingly, crying, nice and
tame)

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Post by Victoria Barret » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 00:35:26

LUCIC RED. Simon, I told you.

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Post by Victoria Barret » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 00:36:52



Quote:
>Sorry, I don't understand what you mean. "G-Line"????

Okay, listen. :)

I use mIRC so I don't know what prog you use to connect, but when you
try to connect and see you are banned, there is a four line sentence
that begins "G-LINE" something something.

That's the reason Austnet give you for not allowing you to join the
network (usually because someone in your IP range is suspected as a
bot or a spammer).

However, this often happens for a little while, and though

your email if you give them your IP range, and tell them what's the
problem.

Use my name, and say the #wcrss "founder" told you to email. They know
me now for 5 years, and know I am very close-handed with whom can join
my channel.

HOWEVER, USUALLY YOU ARE BANNED TEMPORARILY. Wait a while, then try
again in 30 mins or so.

Good luck! Email me in case of difficulty. I'm just about to get on
IRC.

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Post by mavigozle » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 00:47:24


Quote:
> GERMANY                      SWEDEN

> [ 4-4-2 ]                             [ 4-4-2 ]

> Jens Lehmann             Andreas Isaksson
> Arne Friedrich               Niclas Alexandersson
> Christoph Metzelder   Teddy Lucic
> Per Mertesacker          Olof Mellberg
> Philipp Lahm                Erik Edman
> Bernd Schneider          Mattias Jonson
> Torsten Frings              Tobias Linderoth
> Michael Ballack            Kim K?llstr?m
> Bastian Schweinsteiger   Fredrik Ljungberg
> Miroslav Klose              Zlatan Ibrahimovic
> Lukas Podolski            Henrik Larsson

> Managers:

> Jrgen Klinsmann   Lars Lagerback

> Referee :

> Carlos Simon (Brazil) [What the hell, he was awful last time!]

First half recorded.

The Germans were magnificent, and it probably had little to do with the
home town crowd.  They did not exclusively try to take control of the
offensive half by incessant passing before setting up goal attacks, but
scored the second goal on the run after pulling the Swedish defense to the
midfield.  Their constant ***s from hard kicks taken out of the box is
stressing out the Isaksson more than a goalkeeper would be stressed.  
Swedish offense has been no factor against Germans who quickly close on the
ball.

Klinsmann has done a magnificent job in planning for the Swedish game.

With 10 men left, it will be hard for the Swedes even to think about
scoring one goal, although they pretty much have no choice and will have to
play the goalkeeper.

The Brazilian ref missed the cleating of Podoloski's heel, but other than
that, he seems to have called a decent match.  Lucic should have been more
mindful in figuring out what he could get away with;  he probably assumed
the ref would not dare give him a 2nd yellow for impeding.

 
 
 

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Post by Victoria Barret » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 00:50:24

On Sat, 24 Jun 2006 11:15:22 -0400, Victoria Barrett

Quote:

>On Sat, 24 Jun 2006 11:09:27 -0400, Victoria Barrett

>>1-0 Germany 4' Podolski!!

>2-0 Germany 12' Podolski

Germany are still attacking, but curiously not with the same gusto as
before Lucic went off, for that silly red.

Now this match has effectively been killed with a man down, unless
Sweden pull off a miracle, 2 goals down against a hostile home crowd,
versus a side which look like they could score forever.

Of course, we could get another red...to give our viewing pleasure a
glimmer of hope.

HT 2-0 Germany.

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Post by Rollesto » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 00:50:58

Quote:

> This is  NOT a plodding methodical German team.

Just methodical then :)

Seriously, I see few moments of remarkable skill from the Germans,
and it's so very hard not to fall back on the old well-organized
cliche, but that's exactly what they are in contrast to Sweden.

Poor Sweden. I expected so much more from them than this, but it's
a footballing car crash and there are yellow bits all over the road.

R.

 
 
 

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Post by Victoria Barret » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 00:53:06



Quote:
>Poor Sweden. I expected so much more from them than this, but it's
>a footballing car crash and there are yellow bits all over the road.

Jeez.

And I hate ***neckers who slow down the lane, so they can get a
good-look at the possible *** and guts...

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Post by Roman Fig » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 01:05:25

Quote:

> ***Y HELL!

> Lucic's yellow card => red because SIMON GIVES Germany a free ride by not
> giving Ljungberg the freekick!

> We don't need the REF to aid the Germans!

Half Time, 2-0.
Right, the second yellow was a joke. I would prefer a win without the
ref's help.

Our central defense looks a bit shaky and Lehmann is not absolute ruler
of his box. This thing ain't over yet, Zlatan is up to something.

Time for Klose to score his first outside the group stage now!

Cheers
Roman

 
 
 

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Post by Victoria Barret » Mon, 26 Jun 2006 01:10:14

2-0 OMG, Sweden with a PK shot, and Larsson does a Baggio.

Dear me. :((

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