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Discussion in 'Japan' started by Whispered11, Sep 9, 2013.
Damn, was really pulling for Argentina. Messi, Higuain, and Palacio all blew big chances.
They have now equal WCs with Italy. How are Italians reacting to this?
I'm only Italian-American but the thing I don't like is I can't see Germany slowing down now. Have to play them head-to-head to stop them, but if we don't get past the group stages...
If they exceed 4 world cups and surpass Italy, how do you think Italians will react?
I don't know you should go to the Italy board
I only follow the Roma board, but most people there accept Germany was the best team.
If they pass Italy it won't be a good thing, but its not the end of the world.
First Serie A needs to get better and get to the latter stages of Champions League before we can start talking about winning a World Cup again.
There is no coorelation, Argentina and Brazil leagues were not good and yet both have won the WC umpteen times.
Yeh, but most of Italy's players are in Serie A so I think there is some correlation. Most of the good players from Argentina or Brazil go abroad while most of the good players from Italy want to stay in Italy. So you can't really compare the two.
Also if you look at the past two winners Germany and Spain they had many players from the same team which did well in Europe.
Italy had many players from Juventus which sucked in Europe.
What's interesting about this World Cup though is both Japan and Italy came in trying to play an attacking style and conceded many goals leading up to the cup while focusing on their attack. The idea is probably that any team can defend when they need to, but its not easy to start attacking and link up with you teammates without lots of practice. However in the end they both barely showed anything that they had worked so long on.
I guess the italian reaction is "so Germany wins when they don't meet us" ahr ahr.
Gérard Houllier (Franţa)
Ginés Meléndez (Spania)
Gabriel Humberto Calderón (Argentina)
Raúl Arias (Mexic)
Ricki Herbert (Noua Zeelandă)
Abdel M. Hussein (Sudan)
Ka Ming Kwok (Hong Kong)
Ion Lupescu (România)
Tsuneyasu Miyamoto (Japonia)
Sunday Oliseh (Nigeria)
Mixu Paatelainen (Finlanda)
Jaime Rodríguez (El Salvador)
Theodore Whitmore (Jamaica)
Tsuneyasu Miyamoto also chose Messi as Best WC player.
I miss the World Cup
Not already please.
All for 2018
Japan will bully Russia again
hi guy, i'm here to promote a documentary i am doing currently about my experience of the world cup 2014 i had in new york city. i went to places all over to watch the games. i had a fantastic time. i documented my experience and i am here to leave you with a trailer of the documentary and will be premiering later in august. hope you guys enjoy it when it's uploaded.
for japan, i went to two games. their game against ivory coast, and greece. i think i behaved well inside the bar and did not act like a troll prick korean. i have posted the video before here in japan board. but i want to share it again for those missed it.