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Holy cannoli, who is this team. I recognize Miazga and Long, of course. Is this the GC team? Gonna get Reamed!

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Well they are playing a powerhouse in Braz... Venezuela??
WTF 0-3 at the half

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Well they are playing a powerhouse in Braz... Venezuela??
WTF 0-3 at the half

Haha! Yezzzzzz

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Saw Trapp was starting and gave watching today's game a hard pass. Looks like I made a good call.

#RedBullOut

 

 

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Saw Trapp was starting and gave watching today's game a hard pass. Looks like I made a good call.


Trapp got booed off the field by US fans during the friendly at Wembley in November. It's insane that he's still in the squad, much less starting while wearing the armband.

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Will Trapp is the epitome of what's wrong with men's soccer in America. Coaches get infatuated with players who "work hard in training" or "have a good motor", when in reality they're shit soccer players (hmm sounds like at least one favorite whipping boy on our squad)

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Well they are playing a powerhouse in Braz... Venezuela??
WTF 0-3 at the half


And here we thought Venezuelans were eating rats and stuff.... this didnt make to Fox.

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And here we thought Venezuelans were eating rats and stuff.... this didnt make to Fox.


Egypt nearly qualified for a World Cup while their country was basically in a Civil War. Ivory Coast did in fact once qualify for the World Cup while the country was in a Civil War (both sides actually agreeed to a cease fire for the duration of the tournament). The situation in Venezuela is every bit as awful as has been reported, their soccer team being real good has zero relation to that whatsoever.
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The situation in Venezuela is ... awful ..., their soccer team being real good has zero relation to that whatsoever.


Of the 23-man Copa squad, only the reserve goalkeeper plies his trade locally, in the Venezuelan league.
Similarly, almost the entire VZ national baseball team plays in MLB. And, if they are smart, stay here in the off-season.

We are good enough to beat the best teams, and bad enough to lose to the worst teams. 


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Egypt nearly qualified for a World Cup while their country was basically in a Civil War. Ivory Coast did in fact once qualify for the World Cup while the country was in a Civil War (both sides actually agreeed to a cease fire for the duration of the tournament). The situation in Venezuela is every bit as awful as has been reported, their soccer team being real good has zero relation to that whatsoever.

 

Of the 23-man Copa squad, only the reserve goalkeeper plies his trade locally, in the Venezuelan league.
Similarly, almost the entire VZ national baseball team plays in MLB. And, if they are smart, stay here in the off-season.

 

Good points all... about the Cuban national team though...what a joke...






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