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    Official Match Day Thread 5

    Anybody see the madness in the Sao Paulo vs Tigres game?
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    Pretty pathetic. Brazil is not ready for a World Cup IMO

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    *****es couldn't handle the greatness that is Sao Paulo Futebol Clube

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbw241 View Post
    Pretty pathetic. Brazil is not ready for a World Cup IMO
    LOL. one ****ing game out of the countless held in Brazil and you're going to hold it as standard? players from Tigre were playing dirty in Argentina and after taking 2 in the *** were once again pulling punches. after first half is over, it was obvious they got some sand in their ***** and do the only thing they're good at: start trash talking when losing. watch the tape before anything

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=crIO7WT1YhA

    SPFC ****ing champs

    and then they ****ing abandon the game! Tigres? more like Josie and the Pussycats :cry::cry:

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    brazilians using bully tactics. showing the world whats going to happen in the confederations and world cup. if we cant beat you on the field, we will beat you in the dressing room.



    just kidding hoops

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbw241 View Post
    Pretty pathetic. Brazil is not ready for a World Cup IMO
    One incident does not make the country as a whole not ready.

    Brazil nowdays isnt worse a country than mexico in 86 or argentina in 78 ( anbd btw argentinians hoollings are by far more dangerous than brazilians).


    That said, hoops, NO EXCUSES , that **** is not the way, Never.

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    ^^careful with Felipao it may just happen...

    ^everything was good until some of the Tigre players got pissed at half time and started the whole mess... and then bad blood spilled. you should have seen what Tigre did to SPFC players in Argentina, but our players didn't retaliate (except for Luis Fabiano )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilson View Post
    What happened?
    Different stories about it but it seems that the Argentinian club team tried to go inside the Sau Paulo locker room.

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    IDC if they were causing trouble. If they are a problem then just arrest them , don't beat them with sticks and threaten them with guns. Security? more like thugs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wilson View Post
    What happened?
    Lucas was on fire and started trash talking towards some of the Tigre players (nothing you wouldn't see in a normal game). some of edgier Tigre players didn't like that and on top of having already taken a goal and an assist from him, decided to take matters into their own hands by causing trouble after the first half was over. troops intervened but apparently they still wanted satisfaction and headed towards SPFC's locker, where they got roughed up a bit

    then they abandoned the game

    Quote Originally Posted by Robbw241 View Post
    IDC if they were causing trouble. If they are a problem then just arrest them , don't beat them with sticks and threaten them with guns. Security? more like thugs.
    the repercussions of this would have made it even worse. they would still have gotten beaten and threatened and would have been even more humiliated by going to jail in handcuffs. the outcry in the rest of the world would have been unimaginable. worse of all? the SPFC title would have been in jeopardy

    they probably got roughed up a bit but backed out like ******* on something they were set on doing. knowing they wouldn't be able to beat SPFC anyway they just left

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    Pulling guns on someone is roughing up? o dear how backwards that is.

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    i always wanted to visit rio, i guess WC2014 is the right time since im a huge football fan... and ill be 21 by then... perfect

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    Quote Originally Posted by alencp3 View Post
    i always wanted to visit rio, i guess WC2014 is the right time since im a huge football fan... and ill be 21 by then... perfect
    legal age to drink in brazil is like 18

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    johnwallsera you alive bra?
    too cold for internet at your place?
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