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4 years ago
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Nantes Vs. PSG
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Nantes Vs. PSG
I think he meant Indonesia...
5 years ago
Jol got fired from ajax for underperforming prior to joining Fulham, I think you're still over-rating him.
6 years ago
Well, thank god we don't have to worry about Brazil ;P
Spain, Germany, Portugal and France in one group would be awesome
I think the Belgians are more worried about their chances of breaking Germany's perfect record. Turkey are still favorites for second place.
PSV and AZ doing good business this weekend
Good game, I hadn't seen Tevez new hair-do yet. Looks much better.
Spain really wants to be the best at everything
This makes me laugh and cry at the same time
That game was meh... both goals came from rather embarrassing defensive mistakes.
I'll admit, Barca plays the most spectacular football these days. Superior possession in every match, loads of playmakers, fast passing, etc. But the whole "Bar...
Biggest shocker is that San Marino held out for the first 63 min.
Thankfully for San Marino, nope
Ik ben benieuwd. Hopelijk wordt de impact voor Twente niet te groot bij het gemis van Ruiz. Twente heb ik nog altijd hoog staan. Deze Janko maakt inderdaad een ...
Thanks dude, spreken we niet beide gewoon NL? Volgens mij zijn we nog steeds titelkandidaat, De Jong en Ola John laten vooruitgang zien en Janko is niet meer ...
That Ukranian goalie looked terrible, might have cost them the game.
Dude Good to see a Twente Supporter over here. Cool and a clever vote for you How do you think about Twente's chances this year without Ruiz, but with Fer and...
Belgium really is the most underperforming team in Europe, looking at their line-up and results
Epic game, Hungary got a realistic chance of finishing second now
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