June 17, 2006

Thoughts during the USA vs. Italy throwdown

As my friend Massi (from San Sepolcro, Italy) texted me during the match, “Vinca il migliore!” – May the best team win.

That’d be a heck of a lot easier to do if the ref wasn’t so busy reaching into his breast pocket that he couldn’t actually *see* what was happening in the game.


Frickin a, Jorge!

PS – When did Brian Littrell start playing for the US team?

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  • Winning would have been a lot easier if the US-Team wouldnt have been so busy committing dumb and unnecessary fouls. The referee was right with every card – the slow-motions did show that clearly. And by the way: Every player knew about the guiding-lines the referees have to follow during the world-cup. Too dumb. Too sad for the US – it was never that easy to beat Italy.

    vib — June 18, 2006 @ 4:10 am

  • no game should have 3 red cards with no punches thrown. ridiculous.

    c — June 18, 2006 @ 6:48 pm

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