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 Post subject: Australia v Peru
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 8:01 am 
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Again! Ozzie didn't derserve to be in the World Cup.
Again! Whinging about goals were offside, and how they dominated play even though they lost.
Again! Whoever coaches Socceroos blends in right at home with the arrogant culture.
Again! Blame England for everything! - they should be kissing England muscat, and taking a leaf from their book of real gentlemen in sport. On and off the field.
Again! Timmy will come to the rescue- didn't happen. :D
Again! Everyone else is cabernet and oztralia the best
Again! We'll win it next time!
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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 10:39 am 
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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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Again! Cornuto WHO ?????????? :clown: :clown:


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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More Corn from the Nut O.


Could be worse, he could think you have to be within playing distance of the ball to give away a penalty :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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Aussie fans cited for racist monkey chants against Peru players by thousands of Peruvian witnesses.

Stay classy Kangaroos :oops:


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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Aussie fans cited for racist monkey chants against Peru players by thousands of Peruvian witnesses.

Stay classy Kangaroos :oops:


From what I have read, they were boo'ing a player for time wasting. He happened to be black. Not racially based at all.

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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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God is an Englishman wrote:
zzz wrote:
Aussie fans cited for racist monkey chants against Peru players by thousands of Peruvian witnesses.

Stay classy Kangaroos :oops:


From what I have read, they were boo'ing a player for time wasting. He happened to be black. Not racially based at all.


hundreds of tweets say otherwise

Kangaroo fans have no understanding of football culture. They are the only ones who make these noises apart from sometimes Russians.

https://elcomercio.pe/mundial/seleccion ... cia-530804


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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zzz wrote:
Aussie fans cited for racist monkey chants against Peru players by thousands of Peruvian witnesses.

Stay classy Kangaroos :oops:


What about the Peruvian adult fan who tried to steal Cahill's jersey from a 10 year old boy?


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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Cooper wrote:
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Aussie fans cited for racist monkey chants against Peru players by thousands of Peruvian witnesses.

Stay classy Kangaroos :oops:


What about the Peruvian adult fan who tried to steal Cahill's jersey from a 10 year old boy?


Why deflect instead of addressing your guilt?


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 3:22 pm 
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zzz wrote:
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Aussie fans cited for racist monkey chants against Peru players by thousands of Peruvian witnesses.

Stay classy Kangaroos :oops:


What about the Peruvian adult fan who tried to steal Cahill's jersey from a 10 year old boy?


Why deflect instead of addressing your guilt?


I wasn't there hence I have no guilt.


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 3:29 pm 
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So was it confirmed the first goal was offside in the lead up?
Funny thing was that the phase before was clearly a Peru corner, took it forward down the left, coughed it up and they pop a ball over the top. If the corner is correctly given probably changes the course of the game.

In the end you can say it doesn't matter cos we scored no goals and the other game was a draw.
But might have added pressure to the Danes?

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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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You were very lucky to be there in the first place. Syria hit the upright in dying minutes of qualifier. A few inches to the left and you're not even in Russia.


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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zzz wrote:
You were very lucky to be there in the first place. Syria hit the upright in dying minutes of qualifier. A few inches to the left and you're not even in Russia.


And unlucky by a few inches with the France second goal, your post has no substance.

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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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Allez Allez Allez wrote:
zzz wrote:
You were very lucky to be there in the first place. Syria hit the upright in dying minutes of qualifier. A few inches to the left and you're not even in Russia.


And unlucky by a few inches with the France second goal, your post has no substance.


This is the problem with Kangaroos fans. They always have this "we wuz robbed" mentality and never learn reality.
You cannot improve until you acknowledge your shortcomings. That never happens in Australia.
A nation is in arrested development.


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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zzz wrote:
Allez Allez Allez wrote:
zzz wrote:
You were very lucky to be there in the first place. Syria hit the upright in dying minutes of qualifier. A few inches to the left and you're not even in Russia.


And unlucky by a few inches with the France second goal, your post has no substance.


This is the problem with Kangaroos fans. They always have this "we wuz robbed" mentality and never learn reality.
You cannot improve until you acknowledge your shortcomings. That never happens in Australia.
A nation is in arrested development.


Since when are we talking about Rugby League :clown:

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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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So was it confirmed the first goal was offside in the lead up?


No, it's not. It was onside.

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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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I really don't know about the pass for first goal whether it was offside or not,the linesmen was well behind the play so he had no idea himself!We had the possession ,but we just could not capitalize.


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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zzz wrote:
You were very lucky to be there in the first place. Syria hit the upright in dying minutes of qualifier. A few inches to the left and you're not even in Russia.


"Syria waz robbed"


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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zzz wrote:
You were very lucky to be there in the first place. Syria hit the upright in dying minutes of qualifier. A few inches to the left and you're not even in Russia.

Can you give me a summary on how Italy and Greece went ?????


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 5:35 pm 
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Actually after looking at the photo on nine msn , Peru were offside for the first goal,barely but again no VAR.


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 6:19 pm 
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Here we go, the whinging has started. Man up, Peru scored 2, & Australia scored 0. Simples.


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
PostPosted: Wed Jun 27, 2018 11:08 pm 
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C U Next Tuesday wrote:
zzz wrote:
You were very lucky to be there in the first place. Syria hit the upright in dying minutes of qualifier. A few inches to the left and you're not even in Russia.

Can you give me a summary on how Italy and Greece went ?????

Italy came 2nd in its qualifying group , runner up to Spain.
By my recollection, Australia came third behind Japan and Saudi.


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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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Tissues wrote:
C U Next Tuesday wrote:
zzz wrote:
You were very lucky to be there in the first place. Syria hit the upright in dying minutes of qualifier. A few inches to the left and you're not even in Russia.

Can you give me a summary on how Italy and Greece went ?????

Italy came 2nd in its qualifying group , runner up to Spain.
By my recollection, Australia came third behind Japan and Saudi.

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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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Actually after looking at the photo on nine msn , Peru were offside for the first goal,barely but again no VAR.


It was played by an australian defender.

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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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Tissues wrote:
C U Next Tuesday wrote:
zzz wrote:
You were very lucky to be there in the first place. Syria hit the upright in dying minutes of qualifier. A few inches to the left and you're not even in Russia.

Can you give me a summary on how Italy and Greece went ?????

Italy came 2nd in its qualifying group , runner up to Spain.
By my recollection, Australia came third behind Japan and Saudi.


And yet only the Australians went to Russia.

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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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Actually after looking at the photo on nine msn , Peru were offside for the first goal,barely but again no VAR.


It was played by an australian defender.


:? :?
That's not a correct interpretation of the rule.
Did attacker gain advantage from being in offside position when ball was played? Yes, then it's offside irrelevant of who "plays the ball".

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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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You're slipping kop.

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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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The Kop wrote:
God is an Englishman wrote:
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Actually after looking at the photo on nine msn , Peru were offside for the first goal,barely but again no VAR.


It was played by an australian defender.


:? :?
That's not a correct interpretation of the rule.
Did attacker gain advantage from being in offside position when ball was played? Yes, then it's offside irrelevant of who "plays the ball".


I thought that as well but was set straight on the interpretation by one of Old Master's best mates when he informed me the interpretation has changed.

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 Post subject: Re: Australia v Peru
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zzz wrote:
Allez Allez Allez wrote:
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You were very lucky to be there in the first place. Syria hit the upright in dying minutes of qualifier. A few inches to the left and you're not even in Russia.


And unlucky by a few inches with the France second goal, your post has no substance.


This is the problem with Kangaroos fans. They always have this "we wuz robbed" mentality and never learn reality.
You cannot improve until you acknowledge your shortcomings. That never happens in Australia.
A nation is in arrested development.


You make it sound like the whole nation thought we were going to win the cup, which of course is bollocks except for one fan who placed a silly bet on it at ridiculous odds.
Maybe time to accept that your mob failed to even qualify, that past success is no guarantee of future success (ask Germany).
Picking on low ranked countries does nothing to enhance your perceived superiority.

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