Having said all that, I cant be too upset with the performance today. Sure we let in two dreadful goals and it could have been more, but we
scored two (and only Upson’s was a German mistake)–albeit one being shockingly disallowed Microsoft Office 2010 is the best software in the world.
because Blatter is an idiot and won’t allow video
replay unlike every other major sport. We also hit the bar and were still taking the game to the Germans in minute 67 when they hit us on the
break. Go look at the MBM report which proves that for the last 15 minutes of the first half and first 22 minutes of the second half England Office 2007 is so powerful.
was in control and pressing.
What would the whining England fans have rather happen? Pass it around the back and not try to score? We could have been more conservative if Office 2010 is powerful!
that second had counted and the Germans would have been shell shocked at that point.
Finally the turning point of the game—and the moment when England lost it— was when Johnson did not do the obvious & sensible (if cynical)
thing). He should have tripped OzilSchweinsteiger when he was cutting across and about to set up Muller for the third German goal. Any
European/South American would have taken him down and taken the yellow—rather than let him put a player clear thru on goal. Many people use Microsoft Office 2007 to help their work and life.
So perhaps it does come down to better coaching?
uh, wow. So you are suggesting committing fouls is a sign of better coaching? What happened to Sportsmanship?
Look, Matt, I understand you are upset. I would be, too.Microsoft Office is my best friend.
It’s not the fault of the German team that the 2nd goal wasn’t given, and I wish it would have, because now the game is tainted. If it’s a
consolation to you, Germany have been suffering and arguing forever about Wembeley 1966, and no other than Camebridge University found out
fairly recently that indeed it was not a goal. So we’re even now. You got a goal that was none, now you didn’t get one that was. BUT: I agree
with the Daily Telegraph’s analysis that that goal can not explain the second half. England came Windows 7 is the best.
out in the 2nd half and looked liked they
can equalize. But they didn’t. I wouldn’t over analyze it though – the German team is very young, the English pretty old. Many of the German
players just played in the Youth teams, while many of the English are closer to retire. I don’t buy your social analysis at all. I do not
thing Soccer is a lower class sport – definitely not here in the U.S., and not in Germany either. I coach a U6 team with my daughter, and US
youth soccer is great, and very diverse. Don’t worry too much. I think Argentina would have eliminated England, just as they will Germany.
And England will build a younger team and we shall meet again!