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PostPosted: Mon May 10, 2010 1:30 pm 
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The previous WC thread was auto-deleted.

Here's the remake for everyones perusal if you want to share your hopes and precitions. Or just gloat your nations' win. Or blame the ref for 8 conceded goals. Whatever...

Here's an input from Ladbrokes on the odds of the group winners:

11 jun. 15:00 2010 VM - Gruppe A
Franceg 2.00
Uruguay 4.33
Mexico 4.50
South Africa 6.00
12 jun. 12:30 2010 VM - Gruppe B
Argentina 1.44
Nigeria 5.50
Greece 6.50
South Korea 10.00
12 jun. 19:30 2010 VM - Gruppe C
England 1.33
USA 5.00
Slovenia 10.00
Algeria 13.00
13 jun. 15:00 2010 VM - Gruppe D
Germany 1.80
Serbia 4.50
Ghana 5.00
Australia 7.00
14 jun. 12:30 2010 VM - Gruppe E
Holland 1.61
Cameroun 5.00
Denmark 5.50
Japan 8.00
14 jun. 19:30 2010 VM - Gruppe F
Italy 1.50
Paraguay 3.50
Slovakia 8.00
New Zealand 26.00
15 jun. 15:00 2010 VM - Gruppe G
Brazil 1.61
Portugal 3.75
Ivory Coast 5.00
Democratic People's Republic of Korea (aka North Korea) 26.00
16 jun. 12:30 2010 VM - Gruppe H
Spain 1.25
Chile 5.50
Schweiz 10.00
Honduras 29.00

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PostPosted: Wed May 12, 2010 11:04 pm 
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so, what is your guess on the games in E poule? Does denmark stand a chance?


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PostPosted: Thu May 13, 2010 11:46 am 
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I'm hoping the last 8 will be:

Spain
Brasil
Holland(ofcourse i hope)
France
Germany
Argentina
Portugal
Italy

That way it would be a very unpredictable final. Also i think they have the most chance due to the games they have played in history.

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PostPosted: Thu May 13, 2010 5:13 pm 
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@ lexazz:

i think that unpredictable would also be if the last 8 for example would be:
South Africa
Algeria
Nigeria
Australia
New Zealand
North Korea
Honduras
Slovakia
:lol: :lol: :lol: how about that for a quarter-final round?

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PostPosted: Sat May 15, 2010 11:55 am 
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Well i just ment it would be nice. But i dont think they all will be there in the end. I think Italy and Holland wont come far.

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calin_g wrote:
@ lexazz:

i think that unpredictable would also be if the last 8 for example would be:
South Africa
Algeria
Nigeria
Australia
New Zealand
North Korea
Honduras
Slovakia
:lol: :lol: :lol: how about that for a quarter-final round?


If that happens I will fry my Ivory Coast jersey and eat it... :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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PostPosted: Sun May 16, 2010 10:38 am 
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AgentOrange wrote:
so, what is your guess on the games in E poule? Does denmark stand a chance?


Kind of hard to say, actually. The team has just a handfull of players that I would rank 1 to 2 stars (on a 1 to 5 international scale). Ufortunately some of them have minor injuries while others have been benched for a while by an erratic coach in their club (perhaps you know Daniel Jensen from Werder and Søren Larsen from Duisburg).

So it really depends if those few good men are able and fit to play. If they do, Denmark should qualify from first round. If they don't, Denmark may have to go home with just 2 points.

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@Brocolli:
Sure, Jensen is indeed a good player (i would guess he has a SP-rating of 70 or so), but I think (matter of taste?) it is justified he is not a first eleven at Werder Bremen (hehe, remember i live in germany and follow Bundesliga on a daily base)...

I hope for you and all great danish people that you may hold the worldcup fever as long as possible... I am looking forward to it!!!


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PostPosted: Mon May 17, 2010 8:15 am 
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AgentOrange wrote:
@Brocolli:
Sure, Jensen is indeed a good player (i would guess he has a SP-rating of 70 or so), but I think (matter of taste?) it is justified he is not a first eleven at Werder Bremen (hehe, remember i live in germany and follow Bundesliga on a daily base)...

I hope for you and all great danish people that you may hold the worldcup fever as long as possible... I am looking forward to it!!!


Oh, yeah, I forgot. You got a leg in that group as well, right?

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Al-Qaeda threatens to conduct terror against the dutch-danish match because of the past Muhammed-drawings.

Or at least that's what the iraqui police says after having interrogated a suspected terrorist...

I have a feeling though, that he may also have 'admitted' a series of other terror acts, including the Titanic...

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SBroccoli wrote:
Al-Qaeda threatens to conduct terror against the dutch-danish match because of the past Muhammed-drawings.

Or at least that's what the iraqui police says after having interrogated a suspected terrorist...

I have a feeling though, that he may also have 'admitted' a series of other terror acts, including the Titanic...

Yeah i've heared the same, but you'll never know untill it happens. If it depends on those terrorists, you can better lock yourself into your home.

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 02, 2010 11:42 am 
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Australia - Denmark: 1-0. Denmark hade ONE shot at goal the entire match!

Netherlands - Ghana: 4-1. Nehterlands undefeated in 18 games.

Looks like a slaughter in the opening match of Netherlands-Denmark.

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SBroccoli wrote:
Australia - Denmark: 1-0. Denmark hade ONE shot at goal the entire match!

Netherlands - Ghana: 4-1. Nehterlands undefeated in 18 games.

Looks like a slaughter in the opening match of Netherlands-Denmark.

Sneijder scored a wonderful goal in that match! Also pitty van der Vaart didnt scored that 3/4 pitch chip. Wouldve been a awesome one.

I do think Australia is a good team, last cup they also did well. So i think Denmark stands a chance. Especially when you think Ghana was very defending in that match. They were playing 4-4-1(i think) but it looked like 8-1-0 :lol: Which means ur ready to be slaughtered.

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those teams will pass the group stage, those written in bold:

Gruppe A
Franceg
Uruguay
Mexico
South Africa

Gruppe B
Argentina
Nigeria
Greece
South Korea

Gruppe C
England
USA
Slovenia
Algeria

Gruppe D
Germany
Serbia (they are a good team, they beat Romania in qualifying stage :( )
Ghana
Australia

Gruppe E
Holland
Cameroun 5.00
Denmark
Japan 8.00

Gruppe F
Italy
Paraguay
Slovakia
New Zealand

Gruppe G
Brazil
Portugal
Ivory Coast
Democratic People's Republic of Korea (aka North Korea)

Gruppe H
Spain
Chile
Schweiz
Honduras


and the winner is....Spain :)

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European teams rarely won an World Cup outside Europe. Plus, weather in South Africa is really strange these days and teams from the Southern emisphere will have an extra-advantage. I could bet that there will not be more than 1 European team in the semi-finals.

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