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0liver   

And Spain win yet another tournament, the U21 Euros this time. Head and shoulders above the rest. That U21 team would be at least a quarter final team in the World Cup.

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Watching the Confed cup, how damn average is Hulk. Just sticks out so much in that Brazil side.
like his butt.

Oscar needs a rest now.

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I've always been very harsh on Neymar and I didn't want him here but he's been good these last two games, especially tonight.

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Neymar has been bloody amazing this tournament. So damn good

I'm so pleased.

Every time I waxed lyrical about his skills and friends watched to see what the fuss was all about...

He let me down ...and stank.

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mumoko   

Japan are surprisingly dominating Italy in the midfield and as a result demolish the Azzuris all over the park . While everyone is salivating after Pirlos and De Rossis, Honda single handly has taken them from the game. Hasebe has been good as well.

That might be a freak first half and Italy could turn it around, but I feel Japan could and have played better against some Asian teams in the WC qualifications.

There are good Asian players deserving a shot.

Yoshida for Southampton has been good, Kagawa was not played in a position for Man Utd. Hasebe and Honda would be be great for any team, I think. But there are some Koreans as well.

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mumoko   

If they could only score. Okazaki has missed so many chances in the qualifications it is unbelievable. The lack of a goalscorer is an ever persisting problem for Japan. Should naturalize one of the many Brazilians playing in the J League.

Italians were very very dirty. Chielini entered every tackle with his elbow in his opponents' face. Very lucky not to be booked.

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Jedini   

Sky Sports News’ Nick Collins reporting from Wembley ahead of the England-Scotland friendly yesterday :happy:

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