How are you watching the World Cup?

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eagleboy wrote:Has anyone heard if the OM's new technology has worked or did he just watch SBS.
He's gone quiet since he was shown up on the LOTG recently.
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He can't respond because the ball isn't close by.
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Any England supporter groups gathering for a viewing tonight?

Or are they all sticking to their natural habitat, the armchair? :wink:

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Lucas Leiva wrote:Any England supporter groups gathering for a viewing tonight?

Or are they all sticking to their natural habitat, the armchair? :wink:
Old Master's house. He can show off his unique TV set-up. :idea:
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Lucas Leiva wrote:Any England supporter groups gathering for a viewing tonight?

Or are they all sticking to their natural habitat, the armchair? :wink:
I'm watching at home with my son. Don't think I'll both going all the way downstairs to the armchair though.
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Bomber wrote:
Lucas Leiva wrote:Any England supporter groups gathering for a viewing tonight?

Or are they all sticking to their natural habitat, the armchair? :wink:
Old Master's house. He can show off his unique TV set-up. :idea:

I watched the game in the comfort of my Lounge Room with my beloved Wife and enjoyed it very much.

The Colombian Coach's comments made me laugh when he accused the English players of faking though - how Ironic. :lol:
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JNehru wrote:
Joshua_Alger wrote:I was stuck at first in Oman as no english broadcasting channel is available, then a friend of mine suggested me VPN and i looked on the internet, find this guide It helped.
I use a USA VPN to bypass geo-restricted content and watch football online, movies online and anything which is geo-restricted.
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Clem Fandango wrote:
JNehru wrote:
Joshua_Alger wrote:I was stuck at first in Oman as no english broadcasting channel is available, then a friend of mine suggested me VPN and i looked on the internet, find this guide It helped.
I use a USA VPN to bypass geo-restricted content and watch football online, movies online and anything which is geo-restricted.
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NickNgaruiya wrote:Hello guys, you have any new update about the next world cup.
It's in Kenya I think.

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NickNgaruiya wrote:Hello guys, you have any new update about the next world cup.
It's in Kenya I think.

With 48 teams it will probably be played in half-a-dozen African countries, just to find enough stadiums capable of hosting it. :P
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grand fenwick will qualify then and peter sellars will miss it. :wink:

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zzz wrote:
Clem Fandango wrote: zzz, the spammers' friend
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coming from you with a thousand accounts
I thought that too, but no avatar.
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Old Master wrote:
Back for Christmas wrote:
NickNgaruiya wrote:Hello guys, you have any new update about the next world cup.
It's in Kenya I think.

With 48 teams it will probably be played in half-a-dozen African countries, just to find enough stadiums capable of hosting it. :P
The same as the joke that is next years Euro's.
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zzz wrote:The lack of activity on this forum in the world cup threads demonstrates why this country will never be strong in football. There is no passion for the game here.
You don't see kids playing in the streets or parks. The latter are desolate empty places through most of the year.

unfortunately kids dont play outside any more. all are devoted to their smart phones. the good aspect of this is they will all be happy and fat and will have no inclination to go and fight wars at the behest of govts and arms dealers who, naturaly never go. :roll:

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THE ORAKLE wrote:
zzz wrote:The lack of activity on this forum in the world cup threads demonstrates why this country will never be strong in football. There is no passion for the game here.
You don't see kids playing in the streets or parks. The latter are desolate empty places through most of the year.

unfortunately kids dont play outside any more. all are devoted to their smart phones. the good aspect of this is they will all be happy and fat and will have no inclination to go and fight wars at the behest of govts and arms dealers who, naturaly never go. :roll:
You have had the inclination to fight in a war?

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eagleboy wrote:
THE ORAKLE wrote:
zzz wrote:The lack of activity on this forum in the world cup threads demonstrates why this country will never be strong in football. There is no passion for the game here.
You don't see kids playing in the streets or parks. The latter are desolate empty places through most of the year.

unfortunately kids dont play outside any more. all are devoted to their smart phones. the good aspect of this is they will all be happy and fat and will have no inclination to go and fight wars at the behest of govts and arms dealers who, naturaly never go. :roll:
You have had the inclination to fight in a war?

no never. i confess i was a very unwilling soldier when they dragged me off for national service. i had far better things i wanted to do. i did get a tape up nevertheless. :)

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What is a tapwe up?
POLONIAROCS wrote:Yes SAASL is so much greater than NPL.

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Hirohito wrote:What is a tapwe up?

i could ask you the same question. :wink:

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Answer mine first.
POLONIAROCS wrote:Yes SAASL is so much greater than NPL.

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Hirohito wrote:Answer mine first.

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Cheers. Mine was a typo.
POLONIAROCS wrote:Yes SAASL is so much greater than NPL.

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Hirohito wrote:Cheers. Mine was a typo.

i knew that mate, :wink: :)

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