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Re: A lukewarm EU-football thread...

Postby Get Real! » Wed Jul 14, 2021 3:20 pm

From the eyes of a Kenyan...

“Why I so enjoyed watching England lose the Euro final”

https://www.aljazeera.com/opinions/2021 ... -euro-2020

Don’t you just love Al Jazeera publishing the “unpublishable”? You’ll never find such articles making the British press, and any day now Al Jazeera may have their websites “ceased” like what happened to Press TV… or maybe they’re smart enough to not host on British or American servers.

Incidentally, I’m pleased to see that Press TV is back online both as a website and a LIVE stream. No doubt hosted in China this time… so all that the foolish US managed to achieve with their childish antics is the loss of Iran’s business to China.

The incident should also serve as a warning to other nations out there of what they can expect if they are critical of the country whose servers they are utilizing.
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Re: A lukewarm EU-football thread...

Postby Get Real! » Thu Jul 15, 2021 11:05 pm

And so begins another round of European club-level tournaments:


2021–22 UEFA Champions League, Second qualifying round:

20th July: Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) vs Omonia Nicosia <--- A tough one for Omonia while Dinamo is currently at its peak.


2021–22 UEFA Europa Conference League, Second qualifying round:

22nd July: Apollon Limassol vs MSK Zilina (Slovakia) <-- Should be a walk in the park.

22nd July: AEL Limassol vs KF Vllaznia (Albania) <-- Should be a walk in the park.
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Re: A lukewarm EU-football thread...

Postby Paphitis » Sat Jul 17, 2021 1:51 am

Get Real! wrote:And so begins another round of European club-level tournaments:


2021–22 UEFA Champions League, Second qualifying round:

20th July: Dinamo Zagreb (Croatia) vs Omonia Nicosia <--- A tough one for Omonia while Dinamo is currently at its peak.


2021–22 UEFA Europa Conference League, Second qualifying round:

22nd July: Apollon Limassol vs MSK Zilina (Slovakia) <-- Should be a walk in the park.

22nd July: AEL Limassol vs KF Vllaznia (Albania) <-- Should be a walk in the park.


Omonia does have a tough one. Croatio\ans are bloody strong. Tough footballers.

Not an opponent to scoff at there.
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Re: A lukewarm EU-football thread...

Postby Get Real! » Tue Jul 20, 2021 6:23 pm

Alright, it's on tonight at 9 pm and bound to be broadcast on Cyta's cable TV channels, but for those not in the RoC I'll try to get you a stream later.

Dinamo Zagreb vs Omonia Nicosia
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Re: A lukewarm EU-football thread...

Postby Get Real! » Tue Jul 20, 2021 8:55 pm

Nill-all at half time. I expected a stronger Dinamo but then again it rained throughout the first half so the match appears evenly balanced.

Omonia, defends well and made several good attempts at scoring. This could go either way or a draw.
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Re: A lukewarm EU-football thread...

Postby Paphitis » Wed Jul 21, 2021 3:23 am

Get Real! wrote:Nill-all at half time. I expected a stronger Dinamo but then again it rained throughout the first half so the match appears evenly balanced.

Omonia, defends well and made several good attempts at scoring. This could go either way or a draw.


We have a lot of Croatian players in Australia.

They are some friggin tough cookies the Croats.
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Re: A lukewarm EU-football thread...

Postby Get Real! » Wed Jul 21, 2021 12:22 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Nill-all at half time. I expected a stronger Dinamo but then again it rained throughout the first half so the match appears evenly balanced.

Omonia, defends well and made several good attempts at scoring. This could go either way or a draw.

We have a lot of Croatian players in Australia.

They are some friggin tough cookies the Croats.

Dinamo is not the national team of Croatia but a CLUB that employs players from all over the world, so they may not even have any Croatian players playing for them!

So knock it off with your homosexual fancy of Croatians! :?
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Re: A lukewarm EU-football thread...

Postby Paphitis » Wed Jul 21, 2021 12:28 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Nill-all at half time. I expected a stronger Dinamo but then again it rained throughout the first half so the match appears evenly balanced.

Omonia, defends well and made several good attempts at scoring. This could go either way or a draw.

We have a lot of Croatian players in Australia.

They are some friggin tough cookies the Croats.

Dinamo is not the national team of Croatia but a CLUB that employs players from all over the world, so they may not even have any Croatian players playing for them!

So knock it off with your homosexual fancy of Croatians! :?


I just checked their player list. The majority of them are Croats. There are a few foreigners as well.

Their National team is also quite strong as they produce talent or invest in their homegrown young players.

We grew up in Australia watching Croat players. They proliferated our National team as well. Had big stars like Mark Viduka etc. incredible player.
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Re: A lukewarm EU-football thread...

Postby Get Real! » Wed Jul 21, 2021 12:29 pm

Paphitis wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Nill-all at half time. I expected a stronger Dinamo but then again it rained throughout the first half so the match appears evenly balanced.

Omonia, defends well and made several good attempts at scoring. This could go either way or a draw.

We have a lot of Croatian players in Australia.

They are some friggin tough cookies the Croats.

Dinamo is not the national team of Croatia but a CLUB that employs players from all over the world, so they may not even have any Croatian players playing for them!

So knock it off with your homosexual fancy of Croatians! :?


I just checked their player list. The majority of them are Croats. There are a few foreigners as well.

Their National team is also quite strong as they produce talent or invest in their homegrown young players.

Are you homosexual?
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Re: A lukewarm EU-football thread...

Postby Paphitis » Wed Jul 21, 2021 12:30 pm

Get Real! wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Get Real! wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
Get Real! wrote:Nill-all at half time. I expected a stronger Dinamo but then again it rained throughout the first half so the match appears evenly balanced.

Omonia, defends well and made several good attempts at scoring. This could go either way or a draw.

We have a lot of Croatian players in Australia.

They are some friggin tough cookies the Croats.

Dinamo is not the national team of Croatia but a CLUB that employs players from all over the world, so they may not even have any Croatian players playing for them!

So knock it off with your homosexual fancy of Croatians! :?


I just checked their player list. The majority of them are Croats. There are a few foreigners as well.

Their National team is also quite strong as they produce talent or invest in their homegrown young players.

Are you homosexual?


Are you 6 years old?
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