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Re: World Cup flags

what u heard is not necessarily true. I've 'seen' the polish n german flags be waved next to eachother after the germany-poland football match by local ppl who harmonized with eachother, in germany

n that with english flags was an exageration, but no doubt england is more worshipped in poland than germany is

Re: World Cup flags

it's true. yesterday german fans were throwing plastic mugs towards argentinian goalkeeper while he was being removed from the pitch by doctors. and whistling during the match. shame!!

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everyone whistles, especially english hooligans, n i dont believe what ure sayin, coz i saw how he was brought out by GERMAN doctors, who surprisingly didnt do anythin to him apart from helpin him

Re: World Cup flags

while he was brought out by doctors gernam fans were throwing plastic mugs towards him from stands!! everyone saw it, it was shown in news, broadcasters said it. propably gernam tv didn't show this incident. and propably that's why argentinian footballers started fighting with german footballers after the match.

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wel actually the argentinians were fighting for, hm lets think of a very gd reason, oh yes!

Because they lost! they are out of the world cup! they wanted 2 win, thats y, sheesh, they just didnt want to recognise defeat n were angry

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FIFA claims that Frings started fighting and considers punishing him, so the fight wasn't because of argentinians who lost. What is the motto of World Cup? something about friendship, am i right? it's a kind of german friendship, i suppose

Re: World Cup flags

viosnah drop it, stop tryin 2 make germany look bad, admit polish/english defeat n look ahead of yourself n enjoy the world cup

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i'm not trying to make Germany look bad, I don't have to .

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''i'm not trying to make Germany look bad, I don't have to .''

yea coz our eastern neighbour PL is messin up so match lately, that Germany's faults remain mute in europe