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Archived IMT (2010.07.07)

by Ashraf Laidi
Jul 7, 2010 18:03

Ashraf''s appearance earlier on Fox Business News discussing the potential for a recurring NEGATIVE TRIFECTA

WORLDCUP WATCH: EVALUATING HOLLANDs STRENGTH via its impressiveness is irrelevant in this World Cup because Germany looked anything but impressive against Serbia and Ghana, while Spain was far from it against Switzerland, Chile and Paraguay. Lets not forget that Holland has yet to lose a game in this World Cup and of course readers of this website know that Holland has not lost since September, 6, 2008 (defeat against Australia). Now on to Germany whose performance against Argentina and England was as efficient as it was entertaining. But praising German strength must not be confused with Englands cluelessness and Argentinas midfieldlessness and coachlessness. Both ENG and ARG had serious deficiencies especially Argentina, which managed to impress the inexperienced footballing audience despite erroneous and illegal goals vs. Mexico. SPAIN has beaten GERMANY in two crucial matches (1-0 in Euro 2008 and 2-0 in Euro 1984 semi finals). Without Muller in the front, Germany will still have its fitness, creativity and total football, but Spain is tipped to edge ahead tonight. Spain supporters ought to wish for no grave errors from Casillas.


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