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EURO 2021 winner
_Pelle_ 5 months ago
Paris Saint-Germain 125 6444

Which team do you think will win it all?

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Emobot7 4 months ago
458 10803

and the Everton one

Lucas Digne you mean? Really gotta wonder if things would have been different with both Hernandez and him playing...

But yeah, France expected thing to work all right after that 3-1. Tbf, the amount of pressure and expectation from the football community was also getting ridiculous. It was like France couldn't lose, like it wasn't a possibility and certainly not against a team like Switzerland. Feel like it harder for them to get a good mentality with that kind of atmosphere around them.

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tiki_taka 4 months ago
Barcelona, France 366 9753

Yep Didier lost both of them in one game, koman was a mess, Didier got Ben yedder solid player with great technical skills but always play Sissoko, koman as usual...
Spain and Italy are in semis now.

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quikzyyy 4 months ago
Arsenal 425 8596

hope Spain gets through, tired of these Italian crying time wasters.

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amir_keal 4 months ago
Arsenal, Netherlands 65 2876

England will win!

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Emobot7 4 months ago
458 10803

Switzerland beat France on pen, then Spain beat Switzerland on pen and finally, Italy beat Spain on pen. If England or Danemark doesn't beat Italy on pen, I'm gonna be dissapointed.

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MickelC 4 months ago
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England all the way

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Footy_watch 4 months ago
Newcastle United, Brazil 6 1363

If England don't win the euros it will be a failure.

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DarthFooty 4 months ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 16 820

Italy v England in the finals. If you called that early on, props to you!

England will be favored being at home and have been playing some good football. Plus the roster is deeper I feel.

Italy, however, has a legit defense and can also score some goals.

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quikzyyy 4 months ago
Arsenal 425 8596

Feel for Denmark, that was disgrace decision by referee & VAR.

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DarthFooty 4 months ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 16 820

While I agree with you Q, I have to say, England had the better match overall. The PK was a crap call and the Ref should have at least gone to the monitor, but England had better stretches of the match in my opinion.

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quikzyyy 4 months ago
Arsenal 425 8596

True, England was better in overtime 100%. But I find is absolutely ridiculous how no one ever questions referee/var decisions?

  1. The game should have been stopped due to 2 balls on the field. (How referee missed this? Sterling was running straight towards it. As a bonus later in the game referee suddenly saw that there are 2 balls on the field and immediately stopped the game!)
  2. The absolutely ridiculous penalty a.k.a Sterling classic. Referee missing it from basically having a clean view? Alright, I get that it may look different in real life (probably everyone though it's a penalty from first view). But how the fuck VAR checks this and say it's alright and it's a penalty? They miss so many important things so what's the point of it? I can't believe that all these decisions which everyone can see blatantly neither referee or referees in the VAR room sees.
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Footy_watch 4 months ago
Newcastle United, Brazil 6 1363

I went back to the challenge on kane in the 72nd minute that the referee awarded for Denmark. It was definitely a penalty, the Denmark player tries to protect the ball when he didnt have possession of it and in the process he collides with kane. That's why I dont care about the sterling penalty, it was deserved in the end.

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quikzyyy 4 months ago
Arsenal 425 8596

Kane made foul before he got the ball, that's why it wasn't a penalty, therefore situation after doesn't matter.

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Emobot7 4 months ago
458 10803

Feel for Denmark, that was disgrace decision by referee & VAR.

When Mourinho, Wenger and even Neville agree it wasn't a penalty, you know it was a pretty shit call.

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Footy_watch 4 months ago
Newcastle United, Brazil 6 1363

Kane made foul before he got the ball, that's why it wasn't a penalty, therefore situation after doesn't matter.

I've seen that challenge and it wasn't a foul so it was justice I the end.

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quikzyyy 4 months ago
Arsenal 425 8596

I've seen that challenge and it wasn't a foul so it was justice I the end.

Not a foul kicking Danish player? Alright mate

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expertfootball11 4 months ago
Real Madrid, France 64 2806

England deserved to win, but that wasn't a penalty. Sterling the diver strikes again

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tuan_jinn 4 months ago
Manchester United, Netherlands 198 6885

I dont know what footy_watch is smoking, saying Kane didn't foul alone nullify all of the stuffs he said.

England was a better team, deserved to go through in this match. bUT, not this way. It was a disgrace.

2nd half 6+ mins extra, already smell something fishy here. 2 balls close to the area (ok i can accept that it wasnt direcly involved). But a ghost PEN, with VAR help, and DIDNT EVEN come to check it himself...

Shameful UEFA

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Footy_watch 4 months ago
Newcastle United, Brazil 6 1363

It's not a foul because kane making contact with him didn't make him fall in a different way. Therefore it was as good as a fly making contact with him, no foul.

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Greatone 4 months ago
Arsenal, Australia 19 682

It's not a foul because kane making contact with him didn't make him fall in a different way.

So we can just kick people in soccer now if they are already falling? is that the new rule? wow your justifications are shite.

Speaking of flys making contact with players, obviously not a fly hitting sterling, right?

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