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Slagathor

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Below you will find a list of the official palmares of all nations participating.

GREECE

Goalkeepers: 1-Antonis Nikopolidis (Panathinaikos), 12-Kostas Chalkias (Panathinaikos), 13-Fanis Katergiannakis (Olympiakos Piraeus)

Defenders: 5-Traianos Dellas (AS Roma), 18-Yannis Goumas (Panathinaikos), 2-Yourkas Seitaridis (Panathinaikos), 14-Takis Fyssas (Benfica), 4-Nikos Dabizas (Leicester City), 3-Stelios Venetidis (Olympiakos Piraeus), 19-Michalis Kapsis (AEK Athens)

Midfielders: 22-Costas Katsouranis (AEK Athens), 6-Angelos Basinas (Panathinaikos), 7-Theodoros Zagorakis (AEK Athens), 16-Pantelis Kafes (Olympiakos Piraeus), 23-Vassilis Lakis (AEK Athens), 10-Vassilis Tsartas (AEK Athens), 17-Giorgios Georgiadis (Olympiakos Piraeus), 8-Stelios Giannakopoulos (Bolton Wanderers), 20-Giorgos Karagounis (Inter Milan)

Forwards: 21-Dimitrios Papadopoulos (Panathinaikos), 15-Zisis Vryzas (Fiorentina), 9-Angelos Haristeas (Werder Bremen), 11-Demis Nikolaidis (Atletico Madrid)

PORTUGAL

Goalkeepers: 1-Ricardo Pereira (Sporting Lisbon), 12-Quim (Braga), 22-Jose Moreira (Benfica)

Defenders: 13-Miguel Monteiro (Benfica), 4-Jorge Andrade (Deportivo Coruna), 5-Fernando Couto (Lazio), 15-Beto (Sporting Lisbon), 3-Rui Jorge (Sporting Lisbon), 14-Nuno Valente (Porto), 2-Paulo Ferreira (Porto), 16-Ricardo Carvalho (Porto)

Midfielders: 10-Rui Costa (AC Milan), 7-Luis Figo (Real Madrid), 8-Armando Petit (Benfica), 6-Costinha (Porto), 20-Deco (Porto), 19-Tiago (Benfica), 18-Maniche (Porto)

Forwards: 11-Simao (Benfica), 9-Pauleta (Paris St Germain), 17-Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United), 21-Nuno Gomes (Benfica), 23-Helder Postiga (Tottenham Hotspur)

RUSSIA

Goalkeepers: Sergei Ovchinnikov (Lokomotiv Moscow), Vyacheslav Malafeyev (Zenit St Petersburg), Igor Akinfeyev (CSKA Moscow)

Defenders: Vadim Yevseyev and Dmitry Sennikov (both Lokomotiv Moscow), Roman Sharonov (Rubin Kazan), Alexei Bugayev (Torpedo Moscow), Alexander Anyukov (Krylya Sovietov Samara)

Midfielders: Alexander Mostovoi (Celta Vigo, Spain), Alexei Smertin (Portsmouth, England), Dmitry Alenichev (Porto, Portugal), Dmitry Loskov and Marat Izmailov (both Lokomotiv Moscow), Rolan Gusev and Yevgeny Aldonin (both CSKA Moscow), Andrei Karayka (Krylya Sovietov Samara), Vladislav Radimov and Vladimir Bystrov (both Zenit St Petersburg), Igor Semshov (Torpedo Moscow)

Forwards: Dmitry Sychev (Lokomotiv Moscow), Dmitry Bulykin (Dynamo Moscow), Alexander Kerzhakov (Zenit St Petersburg), Dmitry Kirichenko (CSKA Moscow).

SPAIN

Goalkeepers: 23-Iker Casillas (Real Madrid), 1-SantiagoCanizares (Valencia), 13-Daniel Aranzubia (Athletic Bilbao)

Defenders: 5-Carles Puyol (Barcelona), 6-Ivan Helguera (Real Madrid), 3-Carlos Marchena (Valencia), 2-Joan Capdevilla (Deportivo La Coruna) , 12-Gabri (Barcelona), 15-Raul Bravo (Real Madrid), 18-Cesar (Deportivo Coruna), 22-Juanito (Betis)

Midfielders: 21-Juan Carlos Valeron (Deportivo Coruna), 6-Xabi Alonso (Real Sociedad), 8-Ruben Baraja (Valencia), 14-Vicente (Valencia), 4-David Albelda (Valencia), 19-Joaquin (Real Betis), 20-Xavi (Barcelona)

Forwards: 7-Raul (Real Madrid), 11-Albert Luque (Deportivo Coruna), 9-Fernando Torres (Atletico Madrid), 10-Fernando Morientes (Monaco), 17-Joseba Etxeberria (Athletic Bilbao)

CROATIA

Goalkeepers: 1-Stipe Pletikosa (Shakhtar Donetsk), 12-Tomislav Butina (Club Bruges), 23-Joey Didulica (Austria Vienna)

Defenders: 13-Dario Simic (AC Milan), 21-Robert Kovac (Bayern Munich), 5-Igor Tudor (Juventus), 6-Boris Zivkovic (VfB Stuttgart), 3-Josip Simunic (Hertha Berlin), 4-Stjepan Tomas (Fenerbahce), 14-Mato Neretljak (Hajduk Split), 2-Mario Tokic (Graz AK)

Midfielders: 10-Niko Kovac (Hertha Berlin), 7-Milan Rapaic (Ancona), 15-Jerko Leko (Dynamo Kiev), 16-Marko Babic (Bayer Leverkusen), 8-Darijo Srna (Shakhtar Donetsk), 22-Nenad Bjelica (Kaiserslautern), 20-Giovanni Rosso (Maccabi Haifa),

Forwards: 9-Dado Prso (Monaco), 11-Tomislav Sokota (Benfica), 19-Ivica Mornar (Portsmouth), 18-Ivica Olic (CSKA Moscow), 17-Ivan Klasnic (Werder Bremen)

ENGLAND

Goalkeepers: 1-David James (Manchester City), 13-Paul Robinson (Tottenham Hotspur), 22-Ian Walker (Leicester City)

Defenders: 2-Gary Neville (Manchester United), 14-Phil Neville (Manchester United), 5-John Terry (Chelsea), 15-Ledley King (Tottenham Hotspur), 16-Jamie Carragher (Liverpool), 6-Sol Campbell (Arsenal), 3-Ashley Cole (Arsenal), 12-Wayne Bridge (Chelsea)

Midfielders: 7-David Beckham (Real Madrid), 17-Nicky Butt (Manchester United), 8-Paul Scholes (Manchester United), 4-Steven Gerrard (Liverpool), 18-Owen Hargreaves (Bayern Munich), 11 Frank Lampard (Chelsea), 19-Joe Cole (Chelsea), 20-Kieron Dyer (Newcastle United)

Forwards: 10-Michael Owen (Liverpool), 9-Wayne Rooney (Everton), 21-Emile Heskey (Birmingham City), 23-Darius Vassell (Aston Villa)

FRANCE

Goalkeepers: 16-Fabien Barthez (Olympique Marseille), 23-Gregory Coupet (Olympique Lyon), 1-Mickael Landreau (Nantes)

Defenders: 2-Jean-Alain Boumsong (Auxerre), 8-Marcel Desailly (Chelsea), 5-William Gallas (Chelsea), 3-Bixente Lizarazu (Bayern Munich), 19-Willy Sagnol (Bayern Munich), 13-Mikael Silvestre (Manchester United), 15-Lilian Thuram (Juventus),

Midfielders: 17-Olivier Dacourt (AS Roma), 6-Claude Makelele (Chelsea), 18-Benoit Pedretti (Sochaux), 7-Robert Pires (Arsenal), 14-Jerome Rothen (Monaco), 4-Patrick Vieira (Arsenal), 10-Zinedine Zidane (Real Madrid)

Forwards: 12-Thierry Henry (Arsenal), 21-Steve Marlet (Olympique Marseille), 19-Louis Saha (Manchester United), 20-David Trezeguet (Juventus), 11-Sylvain Wiltord (Arsenal)

SWITZERLAND

Goalkeepers: 23-Fabrice Borer (Grasshoppers), 12-Pascal Zuberbuehler (Basel), 1-Joerg Stiel (Borussia Moenchengladbach)

Defenders: 3-Bruno Berner (Freiburg), 2-Bernt Haas (West Bromwich Albion), 4-Stephane Henchoz (Liverpool), 20-Patrick Mueller (Olympique Lyon), 5-Murat Yakin (Basel), 13-Marco Zwyssig (Basel), 17-Christoph Spycher (Grasshoppers), 14-Ludovic Magnin (Werder Bremen)

Midfielders: 7-Ricardo Cabanas (Grasshoppers), 16-Fabio Celestini (Olympique Marseille), 8 Raphael Wicky (Hamburg SV), 18-Benjamin Huggel (Basel), 10-Hakan Yakin (VfB Stuttgart), 19-Johann Lonfat (Sochaux), 6-Johann Vogel (PSV Eindhoven).

Forwards: 11-Stephane Chapuisat (Young Boys), 9-Alexander Frei (Stade Rennes), 21-Milaim Rama (Thun), 15-Daniel Gygax (FC Zurich), 22-Johann Vonlanthen (PSV Eindhoven)

BULGARIA

Goalkeepers: 1-Zdravko Zdravkov (Litex Lovech), Dimitar 23-Ivankov (Levski Sofia), 12-Stoyan Kolev (CSKA Sofia)

Defenders: 2-Vladimir Ivanov (Lokomotiv Plovdiv), 3-Rosen Kirilov (Litex Lovech), 6-Kiril Kotev (Lokomotiv Plovdiv), Predrag Pazhin (Shakhtar Donetsk), 5-Zlatomir Zagorcic (Litex Lovech), 4-Ivailo Petkov (Fenerbahce), 22-Ilian Stoyanov (Levski Sofia)

Midfielders: 15-Marian Hristov (Kaiserslautern), 7-Daniel Borimirov (Levski Sofia), 19-Stilian Petrov (Celtic), 8-Milen Petkov (AEK Athens), 13-Georgi Peev (Dynamo Kiev), 10-Velizar Dimitrov (CSKA Sofia)

Forwards: 21-Zoran Jankovic (Dalian Shide), 11-Zdravko Lazarov (Gaziantepspor), 17-Martin Petrov (VfL Wolfsburg), 16-Vladimir Manchev (Lille), 14-Georgi Chilikov (Levski Sofia), 20-Valeri Bojinov (Lecce), 9-Dimitar Berbatov (Bayer Leverkusen)

DENMARK

Goalkeepers: 1-Thomas Sorensen (Aston Villa), 16-Peter Skov-Jensen (Midtjylland), 22-Stephan Andersen (Charlton Athletic)

Defenders: 6-Thomas Helveg (Inter Milan), 13-Per Kroldrup (Udinese), 18-Brian Priske (Racing Genk), 3-Rene Henriksen (Panathinaikos), 5-Niclas Jensen (Borussia Dortmund), 4-Martin Laursen (AC Milan), 2-Kasper Bogelund (PSV Eindhoven)

Midfielders: 7-Thomas Gravesen (Everton), 14-Claus Jensen (Charlton Athletic), 12-Thomas Kahlenberg (Brondby), 15-Daniel Jensen (Murcia), 17-Christian Poulsen (Schalke 04)

Forwards: 8-Jesper Gronkjaer (Chelsea), 11-Ebbe Sand (Schalke 04), 9-Jon Dahl Tomasson (AC Milan), 20-Kenneth Perez (AZ Alkmaar), 21-Peter Madsen (VfL Bochum), 19-Dennis Rommedahl (PSV Eindhoven) 10-Martin Joergensen (Udinese), 23-Peter Lovenkrands (Rangers).

ITALY

Goalkeepers: 1-Gianluigi Buffon (Juventus), 12-Francesco Toldo (Inter Milan), 22-Angelo Peruzzi (Lazio)

Defenders: 2-Christian Panucci (AS Roma), 5-Fabio Cannavaro (Inter Milan), 13-Alessandro Nesta (AC Milan), 19-Gianluca Zambrotta (Juventus), 3-Massimo Oddo (Lazio), 6-Matteo Ferrari (Parma), 23-Marco Materazzi (Inter Milan), 15-Giuseppe Favalli (Lazio);

Midfielders: 21-Andrea Pirlo (AC Milan), 4-Cristiano Zanetti (Inter Milan), 20-Simone Perrotta (Chievo Verona), 8-Gennaro Gattuso (AC Milan), 14-Stefano Fiore (Lazio), 16-Mauro Camoranesi (Juventus)

Forwards: 10-Francesco Totti (AS Roma), 18-Antonio Cassano (AS Roma), 9-Christian Vieri (Inter Milan), 11-Bernardo Corradi (Lazio), 17-Marco Di Vaio (Juventus), 7-Alessandro Del Piero (Juventus)

SWEDEN

Goalkeepers: 1-Andreas Isaksson (Djurgarden), 12-Magnus Hedman (Ancona), 23-Magnus Kihlstedt (FC Copenhagen)

Defenders: 2-Teddy Lucic (Bayer Leverkusen), 3-Olof Mellberg (Aston Villa), 4-Johan Mjallby (Celtic), 5-Erik Edman (Heerenveen), 14-Alexander Ostlund (Hammarby), 13-Petter Hansson (Heerenveen), 15-Andreas Jakobsson (Brondby), 22-Erik Wahlstedt (Helsingborg)

Midfielders: 6-Tobias Linderoth (Everton), 7-Mikael Nilsson (Halmstad), 8-Anders Svensson (Southampton), 9-Fredrik Ljungberg (Arsenal), 16-Kim Kallstrom (Rennes), 17-Anders Andersson (Belenenses), 19-Pontus Farnerud (Racing Strasbourg), 21-Christian Wilhelmsson (Anderlecht)

Forwards: 10-Zlatan Ibrahimovic (Ajax Amsterdam), 11-Henrik Larsson (Celtic), 18-Mattias Jonson (Brondby), 20-Marcus Allback (Aston Villa)

CZECH REPUBLIC

Goalkeepers: 16-Jaromir Blazek (Sparta Prague), 1-Petr Cech (Stade Rennes), 23-Antonin Kinsky (Saturn Ramenskoye)

Defenders: 5-Rene Bolf (Banik Ostrava), 2-Zdenek Grygera (Ajax Amsterdam), 17-Tomas Huebschman (Sparta Prague), 6-Marek Jankulovski (Udinese), 13-Martin Jiranek (Reggina), 3-Pavel Mares (Zenit St Petersburg), 22-David Rozehnal (Club Bruges), 21-Tomas Ujfalusi (Hamburg SV)

Midfielders: 4-Tomas Galasek (Ajax Amsterdam), 11-Pavel Nedved (Juventus), 24-Jaroslav Plasil (Monaco), 8-Karel Poborsky (Sparta Prague), 10-Tomas Rosicky (Borussia Dortmund) 7-Vladimir Smicer (Liverpool), 19-Roman Tyce (TSV 1860 Munich), 14-Stepan Vachousek (Olympique Marseille)

Forwards: 15-Milan Baros (Liverpool), 18-Marek Heinz (Banik Ostrava), 9-Jan Koller (Borussia Dortmund), 12-Vratislav Lokvenc (Kaiserslautern).

Note: Jaroslav Plasil may be required to change his shirt number and will take number 20 if this is the case.

GERMANY

Goalkeepers: 1-Oliver Kahn (Bayern Munich), 12-Jens Lehmann (Arsenal), 23-Timo Hildebrand (VfB Stuttgart)

Defenders: 6-Frank Baumann (Werder Bremen), 3-Arne Friedrich (Hertha Berlin), 2-Andreas Hinkel, 21-Philipp Lahm (both VfB Stuttgart), 5-Jens Nowotny (Bayer Leverkusen), 4-Christian Woerns (Borussia Dortmund), 17-Christian Ziege (Tottenham Hotspur)

Midfielders: 13-Michael Ballack (Bayern Munich), 18-Fabian Ernst (Werder Bremen), 22-Torsten Frings (Borussia Dortmund), 8-Dietmar Hamann (Liverpool), 16-Jens Jeremies (Bayern Munich), 15-Sebastian Kehl (Borussia Dortmund), 19-Bernd Schneider (Bayer Leverkusen), 7-Bastian Schweinsteiger (Bayern Munich)

Strikers: 9-Fredi Bobic (Hertha Berlin), 14-Thomas Brdaric (Hanover 96), 10-Kevin Kuranyi (VfB Stuttgart), 11-Miroslav Klose (Kaiserslautern), 20-Lukas Podolski (Cologne)

Note: Christian Ziege replaced the injured Christian Rahn on May 26.

LATVIA

Goalkeepers: 1-Aleksandrs Kolinko (Rostov), 12-Andrejs Piedels (Skonto Riga), 20-Andrejs Pavlovs (Skonto Riga)

Defenders: 2-Igors Stepanovs (Beveren), 4-Mihails Zemlinskis (Skonto Riga), 6-Olegs Blagonadezdins (Skonto Riga), 22-Arturs Zakresevskis (Skonto Riga), 7-Aleksandrs Isakovs (Skonto Riga), 16-Dzintars Zirnis (Liepajas Metalurgs), 18-Igors Korablovs (Ventspils), 15-Maris Smirnovs (Ventspils)

Midfielders: 3-Vitalijs Astafjevs (Herold Admira), 8-Imants Bleidelis (Viborg), 10-Andrejs Rubins (Shinnik Yaroslavl), 5-Juris Laizans (CSKA Moscow), 14-Valentins Lobanovs (Metalurg Zaporizhya), 13-Jurgis Pucinsks (Luch-Energia Vladivostock).

Forwards: 19-Andrejs Stolcers (Fulham), 17-Marian Pahars (Southampton), 23-Vits Rimkus (Ventspils), 9-Maris Verpakovskis (Dynamo Kiev), 11-Andrejs Prohorenkovs (Maccabi Tel Aviv), 21-Mihails Miholaps (Skonto Riga)

NETHERLANDS

Goalkeepers: 1-Edwin van der Sar (Fulham), 13-Ronald Waterreus (PSV Eindhoven), 23-Sander Westerveld (Real Sociedad)

Defenders: 2-Michael Reiziger (Barcelona), 18-Johnny Heitinga (Ajax Amsterdam), 3-Jaap Stam (Lazio), 15-Frank de Boer (Rangers), 5-Giovanni van Bronckhorst (Barcelona), 4-Wilfred Bouma (PSV Eindhoven)

Midfielders: 11-Rafael van der Vaart (Ajax Amsterdam), 14-Wesley Sneijder (Ajax Amsterdam), 8-Edgar Davids (Barcelona), 20-Clarence Seedorf (AC Milan), 6-Philip Cocu (Barcelona), 22-Boudewijn Zenden (Middlesbrough), 21-Paul Bosvelt (Manchester City)

Forwards: 10-Ruud van Nistelrooy (Manchester United), 9-Patrick Kluivert (Barcelona), 17-Pierre van Hooijdonk (Fenerbahce), 12-Roy Makaay (Bayern Munich), 7-Andy van der Meyde (Inter Milan), 16-Marc Overmars (Barcelona), 19-Arjen Robben (PSV Eindhoven).
 

Len

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Looks like a pretty dangerous team to me... :(
The Azzuri better watch out! FORZA ITALIA!!!
 

delpiero10

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Sweden and Denmark are both good teams. Plays offensive football with much wingplay. And i am sure Zlatan (swe) and Tomasson (den) will be a threat. But one thing is for sure, they have to attack since Italy certainly will score maybe 2 or 3 goals against them.
Anyhow im sure Italy control this matches superb.
 

Stu

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Not if Trap holds his nerves and DP, Totti and Bobo are on form, but those are some big "ifs" aren't they? ;):D

On a more serious note though, Sweden and Denmark are definitely strong teams and Italy can't go into these games in a complacent manner. If Nesta, Pirlo, Zambrotta and Totti play like they have been playing this season we should be able to take maximum points against both the Swedes and the Danes though.
 

Bjerknes

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I think the surprise team this summer could be the Czech Republic, especially if Nedved regains his form. I think it is very possible we could have a Portugal-Czech Republic Euro 2004 Final.
 

Stu

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I can't see that happening. The Czechs are definitely capable of being finalists, but I see them as semifinalists at best, and Portugal? Nah. Don't think they'll be able to get passed France, Italy, England, Holland, etc.
 

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++ [ originally posted by Andrea Becchi ] ++
I think the surprise team this summer could be the Czech Republic, especially if Nedved regains his form. I think it is very possible we could have a Portugal-Czech Republic Euro 2004 Final.
I don't think it'd be a big surprise if the Czechs excelled at Euro 2004. They're widely tipped as the dark horses for the tournament and have an extremely strong squad. Portugal I can't see going the whole distance. The semifinalists for me look like France, Italy, Czech Republic and Germany.
 

Stu

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France, Italy, and two of the Czech Republic, England, Holland, and Spain for me. I have Germany to go out in the group stage.
 

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I'd have liked to say England, Holland or Spain too, but the efficient Germans always manage to pull it off. I'm seeing a couple of 1-0 victories for them :rolleyes:
 
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Germans won't reach further than group stage. Or maybe the NT will be changed by a miracle - then everything is possible. We just arrive in Portugal, beat the Netherlands, lose rest of group games and fly home for watching EC 2004 in Portugal. :D
 

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That could well happen, but I listed my semifinalists based on gut feeling alone. Germany is a very efficient team, and when it comes to the crunch, they defend and do exactly what they need to win the match, nothing more. They should beat Latvia with ease, and if they can pull off draws against Holland and the Czechs, I can see them making the top two. Stranger things have happened, you know :)
 
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Basti - no way are you going to beat us! I don't care if we get eliminated in the group stages, but we cannot be beaten by you lot! :D
 

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This forum should turn interesting once the tournament starts :devil:

Damn I wish I was here during the World Cup, that was the opportunity of a lifetime :D
 
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Slagathor

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Nuh, I was supporting Belgium (naturally) and, to a lesser extent, Hiddink.

Not so much Korea. On purpose. I didn't want to call myself a fan of a team of players whos name I couldn't pronounce or remember :D
 

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Bah :fero: How hard is it to pronounce Kim, Park and Lee? Remember those and you've got half the squad covered :D:p

Yeah I heard that a lot of Dutch ppl were supporting Korea because of Hiddink. I was very impressed by Belgium, pity they didn't get further than they did
 
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Slagathor

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Yeah. Especially because they were actually in it with a shout against Brazil! Too bad ... too bad ...

And yes, a lot of Dutch 'supported' Korea because of Hiddink but the vast majority still rooted for Belgium Can't break with tradition easily :)

Then of course in the final the entire nation coloured green-yellow :D

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Bah :fero: How hard is it to pronounce Kim, Park and Lee? Remember those and you've got half the squad covered :D:p
My dad got that far actually. We were watching together and he went "Hey, that's Park. C'mon lad, pass it to Lee! Pass it!" My bro and I were like :wth:

We couldn't tell the difference between them. Sorry :embarass:
 

gray

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++ [ originally posted by Erik ] ++
Then of course in the final the entire nation coloured green-yellow :D
:rofl: Funny how spiteful people can be :LOL:

It's a pity Australia doesn't really have any bitter rivals, I'm sure it'd be a lot of fun to switch loyalties depending on who your enemies are playing. Oh well, with Korea, at least I know we had your heartfelt support against Germany :cool:

++ [ originally posted by Erik ] ++
My dad got that far actually. We were watching together and he went "Hey, that's Park. C'mon lad, pass it to Lee! Pass it!" My bro and I were like :wth:
:LOL: good on him :thumb:

How old's your bro?
 
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