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Da_tulipe
07-07-2010, 06:31 PM
Do you guys think outcome would have been different had Thomas Muller had not been suspended. That was a sh*tty call from the ref (germany vs. argentina)

the ball clearly touched Messi's arm and did not touch Muller's hand at all. then Messi right away signaled to the ref that Muller touched it with his hand.. wtf???


not only did it not touch, but it was clearly not intentional.. should not have gotten a yellow. these f*ggots soccer people need to f*****g rearrange the f*****g rule books..

Clearly Germans are not the same w/out Fuller.

why dont the nfl also suspend every player who commits an offside? or why not suspend every nba player for 1 game for commiting a foul?


soccer rules are dumb and referees are dumber.


Messi is the dumbest and sh*tiest of them all. im happy that German lost tough, but it should be fare and square tough.

mab23
07-07-2010, 06:34 PM
Do you guys think outcome would have been different had Thomas Muller had not been suspended. That was a sh*tty call from the ref (germany vs. argentina)

Agreed


soccer rules are dumb and referees are dumber.

this too


Messi is the dumbest and sh*tiest of them all. im happy that German lost tough, but it should be fare and square tough.

vancouverbb
07-07-2010, 06:46 PM
Yes, I think the outcome of the game would have been the same. Spain won the game by dominating possession and controlling the pace of the game. Mueller's presence would not have altered this. The Germans were running around the park entire game chasing the spanish players and could never have possession of the ball. Spain was also solid in the back and prevented any major counterattacks by germany. The story is the same as Euro 2008 final. Spanish played their pace, dictated the pace of the game and won. History repeats itself and it's not a coincidence.