From: Superdave on

I will be incredibly pleased if the USA-England group match ends in the USA
getting soundly defeated 8-0.

The USA has no business playing girls football in the first place.



On Fri, 11 Jun 2010 22:00:42 -0700 (PDT), M Gozler <mavigozler(a)yahoo.com> wrote:

>On Jun 12, 1:39�am, "Raja, The Great" <zepflo...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Go USA!
>>
>
>[flushed]
>
>I will be incredibly pleased if the USA-England group match ends in a
>2-2 tie ("draw" if you prefer).
>
>I see no reason to believe that youth trumps experience, by the way,
>especially in this game. Good defenders who have lost an edge on
>their youthful sprints know when to get position on a younger forward
>who is relying largely on a faster sprint to get a crossing strike
>from the side of the penalty box. The younger tend to forget it is a
>team sport and that the best goal is one where they make the assist.
>
>Why are you posting in the tennis group, by the way? Just because you
>make your nest there is no excuse.
>
>[Follow-up set]
From: Iceberg on
On Jun 12, 12:05 am, "felangey" <o...(a)cloudnine.com> wrote:
> >Go USA!<
>
> Yup, last roll of the dice for the supposed "golden generation" of English
> football.
>
> Scotland is running it's usual ABE (Anyone But England) policy....so be
> assured America, we are behind you! ;)

no we know why Obama has been jabbering on about BRITISH PETROLEUM so
much recently.
From: Winston Smith, American Patriot on
On Jun 12, 3:48 pm, doc...(a)doctor.nl2k.ab.ca (The Doctor) wrote:
> In article <070e1255-dbd4-4baa-b10d-1db1e3dfb...(a)d8g2000yqf.googlegroups.com>,
> M Gozler  <mavigoz...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> >On Jun 12, 1:39=A0am, "Raja, The Great" <zepflo...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Go USA!
>
> >[flushed]
>
> >I will be incredibly pleased if the USA-England group match ends in a
> >2-2 tie ("draw" if you prefer).
>
> >I see no reason to believe that youth trumps experience, by the way,
> >especially in this game.  Good defenders who have lost an edge on
> >their youthful sprints know when to get position on a younger forward
> >who is relying largely on a faster sprint to get a crossing strike
> >from the side of the penalty box.  The younger tend to forget it is a
> >team sport and that the best goal is one where they make the assist.
>
> >Why are you posting in the tennis group, by the way?  Just because you
> >make your nest there is no excuse.
>
> >[Follow-up set]
>
> England not winning today against USA could very well mean
> that Capello could end up looking for a new job in July.

It may come down to who did a good job in getting their EPO injections.
From: Whisper on
On 6/12/2010 8:39 AM, Raja, The Great wrote:
> Go USA!
>
>


yep hope USA beat the poms
From: john on

"M Gozler" <mavigozler(a)yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:070e1255-dbd4-4baa-b10d-1db1e3dfb128(a)d8g2000yqf.googlegroups.com...
On Jun 12, 1:39 am, "Raja, The Great" <zepflo...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> Go USA!
>

[flushed]

I will be incredibly pleased if the USA-England group match ends in a
2-2 tie ("draw" if you prefer).

I see no reason to believe that youth trumps experience, by the way,
especially in this game. Good defenders who have lost an edge on
their youthful sprints know when to get position on a younger forward
who is relying largely on a faster sprint to get a crossing strike
from the side of the penalty box. The younger tend to forget it is a
team sport and that the best goal is one where they make the assist.

Why are you posting in the tennis group, by the way? Just because you
make your nest there is no excuse.

[Follow-up set]

Youth can however beat an over-rated team, England is way over rated and
they
have a group of overhyped players.