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Wales v Brazil (White Hart Lane)

Discussion in 'Football' started by PetrovLFC, 4 September 2006.

  1. PetrovLFC

    PetrovLFC Raul!

    13 March 2005
    NW London
    Liverpool
    come-on guys, theres tickets still avaliable. £25-£35 depending on your seat.

    You will be able to see Ronaldinho play (he sat out of the emirates game injured), Kaka, Robinho, Lucio, Juan, Elano, Bellamy, Giggs, Fred etc etc.

    Its not the same as the Brazi-Argie game, but a good opportunity none the less.

    http://www.seatbooker.net/thfc/viewbyattr.html (you will have to sign up) Its too late to post tickets now, but you just collect them on the day before kick off if you bring the card with you that you used to order tickets ;)

    Its tomorrow, 7:30 kick off btw.

    I'll be there. A good way to sample some legends of the game and London stadia\\:o/
     
  2. PetrovLFC

    PetrovLFC Raul!

    13 March 2005
    NW London
    Liverpool
    its also live on BB3 in England, and BB1 in Wales.
     
  3. AOBrien07

    AOBrien07 Safc till i die !

    12 May 2006
    Sunderland
    Sunderland
    i think i'll just stick to bbc 3 if it were closer i would go like when england played turkey at the stadium of light i went to see them because i live in sunderland
     
  4. brunnoce

    brunnoce It's a Grand Old Team

    29 July 2003
    Belo Horizonte, Brazil
    Cruzeiro/Everton
    Brasil line up has been confirmed:

    gk- Fabio

    rb- Cicinho
    cb- Alex
    cb- Luisao
    lb- Marcelo

    dmf- Dudu Cearense
    dmf- J.Baptista
    omf- Kaka
    omf- Ronaldinho

    cf- R.Sobis
    cf- Vagner Love
     
  5. PetrovLFC

    PetrovLFC Raul!

    13 March 2005
    NW London
    Liverpool
    excellent. I've heard good things about Rafael Sobis. So I look foward to seeing him play. Kaka and Ronaldinho from the start eh? hehe.

    No elano?
     
  6. brunnoce

    brunnoce It's a Grand Old Team

    29 July 2003
    Belo Horizonte, Brazil
    Cruzeiro/Everton
    nope, the thing is that dunga wants every body to get a chance to play...
    he said name and fame wont matter in this "new" brazilian national team.

    i love that attitude!
     
  7. :: JJ ::

    :: JJ :: Guest

    We're gonna get thrashed!! :(
     
  8. airjoca

    airjoca International

    29 July 2003
    Amadora, Portugal
    SL Benfica
    Learn from the best. ;)
     
  9. brunnoce

    brunnoce It's a Grand Old Team

    29 July 2003
    Belo Horizonte, Brazil
    Cruzeiro/Everton
    actually i think it will be harder than argentina, casue the players wont have that much will to win this game like the last one.
     
  10. steevio_uk

    steevio_uk Premiership

    7 October 2003
    West Ham
    Gabbidon will have Ronni in his back pocket 8)
     
  11. :: JJ ::

    :: JJ :: Guest

    I am surprised we haven't conceded yet :|
     
  12. airjoca

    airjoca International

    29 July 2003
    Amadora, Portugal
    SL Benfica
    Wagner Love playing alone upfront simply doesn't cut it.
     
  13. Rocky

    Rocky League 1

    11 May 2005
    Wales are playing Brazil not Italy.
     
  14. airjoca

    airjoca International

    29 July 2003
    Amadora, Portugal
    SL Benfica
    But they're not playing Camoranesi, they're playing Ronaldinho... ;)
     
  15. brunnoce

    brunnoce It's a Grand Old Team

    29 July 2003
    Belo Horizonte, Brazil
    Cruzeiro/Everton
    :lmao:


    ps. five is more than four right? ;)
     
  16. sauce

    sauce Warriors

    20 September 2005
    Chatbox, Brazil
    Cruzeiro
    Dudu still a great player :D
    No enough time for Sobis :(
     
  17. Rocky

    Rocky League 1

    11 May 2005
    Atleast Camoranesi didn't flop at this year's WC.

    Oh no not that five versus four crap again. You won most of those trophies in a time where a 2-3-5 formation was considered defensive. My point, stop living in the past, we're in the year 2006, not 1970, or 2002. This isn't the past, it's the present, and Italy are the current world champions, not Brazil, so put a lid on it. Roberto Carlos screwed up, you lost. Get over it.
     
  18. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    Is Dida going to be the number 1 GK of Brazil?
     
  19. pk9

    pk9 Did you Say BOOTS - Pk

    9 January 2004
    in the boots thread
    Lille, de oranje!
    nah was not as good as the emirates game although some phases of great play, i guess it was the weekday factor!
     
  20. CBG

    CBG League 2

    5 August 2003
    Perm
    Lituania my friend, Lituania...
     
  21. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    Yep, and? The trophy is still Italy's. :)
     
  22. Rocky

    Rocky League 1

    11 May 2005
    Care?
     
  23. sauce

    sauce Warriors

    20 September 2005
    Chatbox, Brazil
    Cruzeiro
    What Italy had to do with Brazil game?
    Look a thread name.
    2006 WC is past too get over it.
     
  24. Rocky

    Rocky League 1

    11 May 2005
    Yes, but Italy are the current champions, meaning I have the right to brag for the next four years until 2010, you do not.
     
  25. Rentalkid

    Rentalkid Premiership

    5 August 2003
    Germany
    Says the guy whose country won half of their trophies in the 30's ...
     
  26. Rocky

    Rocky League 1

    11 May 2005
    Don't care about those trophies. The one that matters most to me at the time being is the 2006 WC, the one I was actually alive to see my country win. Mussolini probably bought those two WC's anyway.
     
  27. PetrovLFC

    PetrovLFC Raul!

    13 March 2005
    NW London
    Liverpool
    Well I enjoyed it. A good experience. I was sat near the touchline and got to see the players close up, and had a good view of the goals. Luisao was a rock, had Bellamy and Earnshaw in his back pocket. No mean feat considering they are lightning quick (you can only really appreciate this when your right near them!) Ronaldinho showed glimpses, but was on the whole, dissapointing. The goals were of high quality, as usual.

    Had some crazy Brazillian fans behind me, including that guitar playing guy with the red hat!

    WHL seems a bit more intimate then Emirates, but maybe it was because I was in the lower tier this time round. But smaller stadiums usually are. I was dissapointed with the turnout. 10,000 odd tickets went to waste :( £35 max to see Ronaldinho, Kaka, Robinho, Gil Siva, Giggs, Bellamy etc etc.
     
    Last edited: 6 September 2006
  28. brunnoce

    brunnoce It's a Grand Old Team

    29 July 2003
    Belo Horizonte, Brazil
    Cruzeiro/Everton
    i think i dont need to say anything anymore. ;)
     

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