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Women's Football Thread

Discussion in 'Football' started by The_Special_One, 28 June 2011.

  1. The_Special_One

    The_Special_One I like Unicorns

    17 August 2007
    Cascais
    Estoril | Knicks
    [​IMG]



    Teams


    Group A
    [​IMG] Germany
    [​IMG] France
    [​IMG] Canada
    [​IMG] Nigeria

    Group B
    [​IMG] Japan
    [​IMG] England
    [​IMG] Mexico
    [​IMG] New Zealand

    Group C
    [​IMG] USA
    [​IMG] Sweden
    [​IMG] Colombia
    [​IMG] Korea DPR

    Group D
    [​IMG] Brazil
    [​IMG] Australia
    [​IMG] Norway
    [​IMG] Equatorial Guinea



    FIFA Women's World Cup 2011 Final
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    YouTube - Japan vs USA FIFA World Cup Final 2011 Full Highlights, Goals, Japan beats United States, Women


    Awards

    adidas Golden Ball: Homare Sawa (Japan)
    In her fifth appearance at the FIFA Women's World Cup, the Japan No10 was more precious to her team than ever before. Deploying all her reserves of experience, skill and creativity, Sawa not only put in the spadework in front of her back four, effortlessly linking defence and attack with intelligent passes, but also released her forwards with killer through balls. The icing on the cake was her clinically-taken haul of five goals.

    The 32-year-old superstar stamped her authority all over the finals, crowning her personal triumph in the final with a stunning 117th-minute equaliser to level the scores at 2–2, send the game into penalties, and ultimately realise her dream of global glory. “She's a ball-winner, the orchestrator of her side’s build-up play, and a goal-getter all in one. She's definitely one of the most complete players," declared Tina Theune, a FIFA Women's World Cup-winning coach with Germany in 2003 and a member of the FIFA Technical Study Group, speaking exclusively to FIFA.com. Sawa was not only named best player at the tournament, but also takes home the adidas Golden Boot as top scorer.

    adidas Silver Ball: Abby Wambach (USA)
    The once-in-a-generation USA striker missed the 2008 Women's Olympic Football Tournament in Beijing with injury, but she exploded back onto the world stage in Germany. She contributed no fewer than four goals as the North Americans came within a couple of minutes of a third FIFA Women's World Cup triumph, powering all her goals home with her head. Very few defenders were able to cope with the 31-year-old's intelligent movement, eye for goal and unyielding will to win, as she overtook the legendary Michelle Akers as USA’s top scorer at the finals, moving onto 13 goals to the latter's 12. Wambach was one of the biggest personalities in Pia Sundhage’s team at the tournament, although coming so near and yet so far on Sunday takes just a little of the gloss off a superb personal achievement.

    adidas Bronze Ball: Hope Solo (USA)
    Already hailed as the star keeper in the women's game, Hope Solo impressively confirmed that standing at the FIFA Women's World Cup finals in Germany. The first-choice US shot-stopper is not only a commanding presence between the sticks, but also boasts outstanding reflexes and calm control of her own penalty area. She did not concede until her side's third group fixture, where she was finally beaten by a Lisa Dahlkvist penalty against Sweden. In the thrilling quarter-final against Brazil, she made a world-class save from Daiane in the shoot-out to book her side's place in the last four. In addition to the adidas Bronze Ball, Solo was also named the tournament's best goalkeeper.

    adidas Golden Boot: Homare Sawa (five goals, one assist)

    adidas Silver Boot: Marta (four goals, two assists)
    Brazil superstar Marta, named FIFA World Player of the Year five times on the bounce, showed all her silky class in her side’s four matches. Danger threatened for the Brazilians’ opponents whenever Marta took possession, as she deftly deployed her perfect skills and athleticism to weave her way towards goal, where she again demonstrated her clinical effectiveness. The striker scored four goals in as many games, but quite apart from her individual ability, proved a good team player with two assists and any number of penetrating passes. The tournament ends with a bitter taste for the world's best player, as the shoot-out defeat in the quarter-finals means she still lacks a major international trophy.

    adidas Bronze Boot: Abby Wambach (four goals, one assist)

    adidas Golden Glove: Hope Solo

    Hyundai Best Young Player: Caitlin Foord (Australia)
    At the tender age of 16, Caitlin Foord is already a key member of the Australia senior side, showing huge promise and maturity both in right midfield and at right-back. A golden future surely beckons following three much-praised displays at this FIFA Women's World Cup, where she combined solid defence with attacking creativity. “She has the potential to become the archetypal modern defensive player," declared April Heinrichs, TSG member and former USA coach, speaking exclusively to FIFA.com.

    FIFA Fair Play Award: Japan
    The Nadeshiko not only won a place in the hearts of women's football fans all over the world with their superb passing game and individual skill, they were also adjudged the fairest team at the tournament. Norio Sasaki’s players collected just five yellows and one red card at the finals. The new world champions, whose post-match thank-you banner addressed to their friends all over the world will remain one of the enduring images of the tournament, comfortably carried off the FIFA Fair Play award.

    All-star team
    At the end of a tournament packed with incident, highlights and top-class football, 21 players were named in the All-star team. Goalkeepers: Ayumi Kaihori (JPN) and Hope Solo (USA). Defenders: Alex Scott (ENG), Laura Georges (FRA), Erika (BRA), Saskia Bartusiak (GER), Sonia Bompastor (FRA) and Elise Kellond-Knight (AUS). Defensive midfield: Shannon Boxx (USA), Homare Sawa (JPN), Caroline Seger (SWE) and Jill Scott (ENG). Attacking midfield: Kerstin Garefrekes (GER), Shinobu Ohno (JPN), Louisa Necib (FRA), Anonman (EQG), Aya Miyama (JPN) and Lauren Cheney (USA). Forwards: Lotta Schelin (SWE), Marta (BRA) and Abby Wambach (USA).

     
    Last edited: 18 July 2011
  2. The_Special_One

    The_Special_One I like Unicorns

    17 August 2007
    Cascais
    Estoril | Knicks
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Group Matches

    Day 1
    Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Sinsheim
    [​IMG] Nigeria 0 – 1 France [​IMG]
    Delie (FRA) 56'

    Olympic Stadium, Berlin
    [​IMG] Germany 2 – 1 Canada [​IMG]
    Garefreekes (GER) 10'
    Celia Okoyino Da Mbabi (GER) 42'
    Sinclair (CAN) 82'

    Day 2
    Ruhrstadion, Bochum
    [​IMG] Japan 2 – 1 New Zealand [​IMG]
    Nagasato 6'
    Hearn (NZL) 12'
    Miyama (JPN) 68'

    Volkswagen-Arena, Wolfsburg
    [​IMG] Mexico 1 – 1 England [​IMG]
    Williams (ENG) 21'
    Ocampo (MEX) 33'

    Day 3
    BayArena, Leverkusen
    [​IMG] Colombia 0 – 1 Sweden [​IMG]
    Landström (SWE) 57'

    Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion, Dresden
    [​IMG] United States 2 – 0 North Korea [​IMG]
    Cheney (USA) 54'
    Buehler (USA) 76'

    Day 4
    Impuls Arena, Augsburg
    [​IMG] Norway 1 – 0 Equatorial Guinea [​IMG]
    Haavi (NOR) 84'

    Borussia-Park, Mönchengladbach
    [​IMG] Brazil 1 – 0 Australia [​IMG]
    Rosana (BRA) 54'

    Day 5
    Ruhrstadion, Bochum
    [​IMG] Canada 0 – 4 France [​IMG]
    Thiney (FRA) 24', 60'
    Abily (FRA) 66'
    Thomis (FRA) 83'

    Commerzbank-Arena, Frankfurt
    [​IMG] Germany 1 – 0 Nigeria [​IMG]
    Laudehr (GER) 54'

    Day 6
    BayArena, Leverkusen
    [​IMG] Japan 4 – 0 Mexico [​IMG]
    Sawa (JPN) 13', 39', 80'
    Ohno (JPN) 15'

    Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion, Dresden
    [​IMG] New Zealand 1 – 2 England [​IMG]
    Gregorius (NZL) 18'
    J. Scott (ENG) 63'
    Clarke (ENG) 81'

    Day 7
    Impuls Arena, Augsburg
    [​IMG] North Korea 0 – 1 Sweden [​IMG]
    Dahlkvist (SWE) 64'

    Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Sinsheim
    [​IMG] United States 3 – 0 Colombia [​IMG]
    O'Reilly (USA) 12'
    Rapinoe (USA) 50'
    Lloyd (USA) 57'

    Day 8
    Ruhrstadion, Bochum
    [​IMG] Australia 3 – 2 Equatorial Guinea [​IMG]
    Khamis (AUS) 8'
    Añonman (EQG) 21', 83'
    van Egmond (AUS) 48'
    De Vanna (AUS) 51'

    Volkswagen-Arena, Wolfsburg
    [​IMG] Brazil 3 – 0 Norway [​IMG]
    Marta (BRA) 22', 48'
    Rosana (BRA) 46'

    Day 9
    Borussia-Park, Mönchengladbach
    [​IMG] France 2 – 4 Germany [​IMG]
    Delie (FRA) 56'
    Garefrekes (GER) 25'
    Grings (GER) 32', 68' (pen.)
    Georges (FRA) 72'
    Okoyino da Mbabi (GER) 88'

    Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion, Dresden
    [​IMG] Canada 0 – 1 Nigeria [​IMG]
    Attendance: 13,638
    Nkwocha (NGA) 84'

    Impuls Arena, Augsburg
    [​IMG] England 2 – 0 Japan [​IMG]
    E. White (ENG) 15'
    Yankey (ENG) 66'

    Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Sinsheim
    [​IMG] New Zealand 2 – 2 Mexico [​IMG]
    Mayor (MEX) 2'
    Domínguez (MEX) 29'
    Smith (NZL) 90'
    Wilkinson (NZL) 90+4'

    Day 10
    Volkswagen-Arena, Wolfsburg
    [​IMG] Sweden 2 – 1 United States [​IMG]
    Dahlkvist (SWE) 16' (pen.)
    Fischer (SWE) 35'
    Wambach (USA) 67'

    Ruhrstadion, Bochum
    [​IMG] North Korea 0 – 0 Colombia [​IMG]

    Commerzbank-Arena, Frankfurt
    [​IMG] Equatorial Guinea 0 – 3 Brazil [​IMG]
    Érika (BRA) 49'
    Cristiane (BRA) 54', 90+3' (pen.)

    BayArena, Leverkusen
    [​IMG] Australia 2 – 1 Norway [​IMG]
    Simon (AUS) 57', 87'
    Thorsnes (NOR) 56'


    Knockout Stage

    Quarterfinals
    BayArena, Leverkusen
    [​IMG] England 1-1 (3-4 in penalties) France [​IMG]
    J. Scott (ENG) 59'
    Bussaglia (FRA) 88'

    Volkswagen-Arena, Wolfsburg
    [​IMG] Germany 0-1 (after extra-time) Japan [​IMG]
    Maruyama (JPN) 108'

    Impuls Arena, Augsburg
    [​IMG] Sweden 3-1 Australia [​IMG]
    Sjögran (SWE) 10'
    Dahlkvist (SWE) 16'
    Perry (AUS) 40'
    Schelin (SWE) 52'

    Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion, Dresden
    [​IMG] Brazil 2-2 (3-5 in penalties) United States [​IMG]
    Daiane (USA) 2' (o.g.)
    Marta (BRA) 68' (pen.), 92'
    Wambach (USA) 120+2'

    Semifinals
    Borussia-Park, Mönchengladbach
    [​IMG] France 1 – 3 United States [​IMG]
    Cheney (FRA) 9'
    Bompastor (FRA) 55'
    Wambach Goal 79'
    Morgan (USA) 82'

    Commerzbank-Arena, Frankfurt
    [​IMG] Japan 3 – 1 Sweden [​IMG]
    Öqvist (SWE) 10'
    Kawasumi (JPN) 19', 64'
    Sawa (JPN) 60'

    Third place play-off
    Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Sinsheim
    [​IMG] Sweden (Saturday) France [​IMG]
    Schelin (SWE) 29'
    Thomis (FRA) 56'
    Hammarström (SWE) 82'
     
    Last edited: 18 July 2011
  3. bebo

    bebo Looking for a Manager

    25 July 2005
    Arsenal Thread
    The Arsenal FC
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Do me a favour Love!
     
  4. goalgerd

    goalgerd File Maker

    30 July 2006
    dublin, eire
    Ringsend Rovers
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    i am until the copa america starts
     
  5. The_Special_One

    The_Special_One I like Unicorns

    17 August 2007
    Cascais
    Estoril | Knicks
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Who's Love? By the top of my head I just figure out Kevin Love! :LOL:

    Talking about NBA, I've been surfing around some American Sports sites to be well informed about recent NBA Draft and I just realize that you give more atenttion to the women than the men! I mean, during Golden Cup time I saw loads of info about the NBA Draft, the NBA lockout, the NFL lockout, MLB season, Wimbledon Tournament and almost nothing about the Golden Cup, just small sideline reports. Now, with the Women's World Cup, there are plenty of articles about the girls. Maybe that's because you have a strong shoot at that one. :D


    C'mon mate, girls deserve full of you! :P
     
  6. Mark

    Mark il regista

    8 August 2005
    Þórshöfn, Føroyar
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Funny to see a couple of Germans with Korean DPR flags yesterday. Anyhow... good game from Sundhagens team. But atm I can not see any team to threaten Germany. But Neid needs to rotate Popp for Prinz into the starting lineup. It seems Prinz past her best days and is mentaly blocked. She moves slow and struggle for goals.
     
    Last edited: 29 June 2011
  7. Valon

    Valon Banned

    30 September 2010
    Atlanta GA
    Liverpool & Lecce
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    im watching some matchs but not following so much just germany im following more and i hope they win ;)
     
  8. sattan_hussein

    sattan_hussein Championship

    6 December 2004
    Ryo de Janeiro
    Arsenal
  9. PLF

    PLF Legend

    2 August 2004
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Hahaha Bravo!! :D

    Hahha :P but it's TRUE! That's actually one reason. They are ranked #1 and are always among favorites for Women's.

    And the other thing is well, Gold Cup is just Gold Cup, no disrespect.. but this it the WORLD CUP of Women, so it is after all a much bigger tournament with much more 'exposure' and 'meaning' world-wide.

    Prinz is Klose! :D
     
  10. lo zio

    lo zio International

    24 October 2005
    Palermo
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    why am i NOT surprised to notice that, of all the members of this community, it was Andre to open this thread?!? :D

    anyway u guys are just a bunch of sick perverts, whose fake interest towards women's football is just a curtain to conceal your sexism.


    mind if i join u? :D
     
  11. bebo

    bebo Looking for a Manager

    25 July 2005
    Arsenal Thread
    The Arsenal FC
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: :LOL: Im in stitches because I felt a bit of shame until the spoiler! :WORSHIP:
     
  12. PLF

    PLF Legend

    2 August 2004
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Hahha good one Ben! :D :LMAO:
     
  13. The_Special_One

    The_Special_One I like Unicorns

    17 August 2007
    Cascais
    Estoril | Knicks
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    :LMAO:

    So sattan_hussein posts a link where you find lots of naked women and I'm the pervert one? My only interest in this tournament is football, nothing more than watch good footie moments. (cough *liar* cough)

    Hahaha Ben, so after all, you wanna join us! Feel free to join the "sick pervert" crew! :LOL: I know you're the most pervert one, yea don't tried to hide it, you were always asking for a new avatar!

    By the way, albeit not being there, your country is very well represented in this World Cup with Carolina Morace at Canada's helm. They developed a lot since the moment Morace took over. Canada is the current CONCACAF champions as far as I know.

    Talking about Canada, I'm watching their game against France and I must say that Sincliar is disappointing me so far. I was expecting much more from her after the extraordinary display against Germany. I'm currently loving Louisa Nécib (in a good way guys!), the French attacking midfielder. She plays at the centre but you often see her in both sides using her outstanding cross to create the pain in the middle. She has very good technical skills, is a good passer, reads the game very well and has an amazing pace. Love that girl!
     
    Last edited: 30 June 2011
  14. Mark

    Mark il regista

    8 August 2005
    Þórshöfn, Føroyar
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Oh yes, she really is. A comparison also often uses from German medias. I think Prinz not suit in the current 4-2-3-1 formation anymore. With Prinz in the starting lineup Neid should switch to a 4-4-1-1 formation with Inka Grinks upfront and Prinz behind.

    Me too. During the UEFA Women’s Champions League Final against Potsdam she delivers a great performence in the center mitfield and over the left wing. I also like Sonia Bompastor. She really impresses with her physical strength and her ever-present style to play. It is nice to see that France benefits from the strong Olympique Lyonnais Féminin squad.


    Looking forward to Nigeria - Germany up next.
     
  15. bebo

    bebo Looking for a Manager

    25 July 2005
    Arsenal Thread
    The Arsenal FC
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Your talking nonsense get your head in perspective FFS!;) Will you smash it?! Whose that bird in your avatar ?

    [​IMG]

    I will love to hug both of them and say yea.. yea ..yea!
     
  16. The_Special_One

    The_Special_One I like Unicorns

    17 August 2007
    Cascais
    Estoril | Knicks
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Is your wife checking this? She won't like to know that her husband would give a go at them! :LOL: I'm kidding amigo.

    I would give a go a them too but my bird, Alex Morgan, would be my #1 pick at this. You should know her, she is American and plays at, guess where, New York! Too bad I've missed her match last Tuesday.


    Honestly, Prinz best days are over. She played an average game tonight against Nigeria. She struggled in finding a way to show her football. In my opinion, Popp and Grings must be starters in this team. Perhaps Silvia Neid can use Prinz coming from the bench in tight matches afterwards.

    I like Sonia Bompastor too. Her parents are from Póvoa do Varzim, north of Portugal, so I have a special interested in her. She is a good LB although I think his prime has past. Furthermore, the French left wing is very dangerous due the Bompastor-Necib combo, I truly believe the Germans should pay big attention at this specific sector.


    Btw, Games' post updated.
     
    Last edited: 30 June 2011
  17. The_Special_One

    The_Special_One I like Unicorns

    17 August 2007
    Cascais
    Estoril | Knicks
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Marta is Messi in skirts. :P

    Outstanding display. :WORSHIP:
     
  18. Mark

    Mark il regista

    8 August 2005
    Þórshöfn, Føroyar
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Yeah but I can't understand why she is diving around and acts like a diva. There is no need to do so for someone with such amazing skills.
     
  19. The_Special_One

    The_Special_One I like Unicorns

    17 August 2007
    Cascais
    Estoril | Knicks
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Very interesting matchups so far in the quarterfinals. England-France and Brazil-USA are, in theory, the most exciting games in this stage. It's going to be funny to watch if the outstanding American goalkeeper Hope Solo would be able to stop Marta's talents. I'm looking forward to this one.

    As usual, games updated and next fixtures posted.

    By the way, have you seen this?
    YouTube - Veja o golaço no futebol feminino Brasil 3x0 Guiné Equatorial

    :PINKS:
     
    Last edited: 8 July 2011
  20. PLF

    PLF Legend

    2 August 2004
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Yup nice goal. She almost took her shirt off after. :P
     
  21. tuta

    tuta Marseillais

    21 November 2004
    France
    Marseille
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    WOOT WOOOOOOOOOOOTTTTTTTT!!!!!!

    Vive la France!
     
  22. The_Special_One

    The_Special_One I like Unicorns

    17 August 2007
    Cascais
    Estoril | Knicks
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    WOW fantastic tournament so far! I rather watch this then Copa América must confess. Amazing quarterfinals, everything you want to see in a football you could watch during this stage: outstanding goals, great saves, upsets, emotion from the start till the end and even penalty shootouts. Amazing! :PINKS:

    Germany elimination was the biggest surprise so far. Silvia Neid's team were top ranking team in the tournament and, playing at home, all of us were expecting them to win the World Cup. However, they fell short against the astonishing Japanese team who secure a place in the semifinals after beating the German side in the extra-time.

    The most exciting game of the quarterfinals took place in Dresden with Brazil and USA facing each other. USA took advantage earlier thanks to an own goal by Daiane. The Brazilian girls bounced back later in the second half in a polemic penalty converted by Marta who scored again in the extra-time. In the last second of the game, an header by Wambach equalized the game giving the US team the chance to win the tie in the penalties where an extraordinary Hope Solo helped the Americans to secure the victory.

    Oh man, I feel happy for the USA team, I'm rooting for them since the begging (as you can see by my avatar :P) so as you can imagine I've screamed a lot when Wambach scored that goal in the 120+2! :LOL: Oh I'm glad that Marta didn't win it, she's a fantastic player with an awful behaviour, rambling all the time, ranting at the coach, colleagues and referees and so on. I found a very funny comment in ESPN that sums up how Marta is:

    :LMAO:


    C'mon guys! I hope that all of you watch the semifinals!
     
  23. bebo

    bebo Looking for a Manager

    25 July 2005
    Arsenal Thread
    The Arsenal FC
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    I admin I saw Germany vs Japan and Today`s Brasil vs USA. USA looks pretty good team .I like the GK Solo me like Solo a lot. Ironic The women get a foreign coach ,but the men don`t

    Every good team go farther w/ a class GK ! I`m hoping for Japan I fancy them their #10 is impressive ,but #14 from Sweden is pretty prettay! good such nice form. TSO ur avatar bird does she even play on the team I would recognize her on the pitch. USA has a German girl on the team :P Solo n #14 Sweden you should be on top of ...:PIG:
     
  24. The_Special_One

    The_Special_One I like Unicorns

    17 August 2007
    Cascais
    Estoril | Knicks
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Oh yea Bebo, Swedish #14 is pretty prettay like you said! Josefine Oqvist is her name and... have you seen her switching shirt with a fan during the game? Go to Pics topic and check out. :D

    Can't recognize Alex Morgan? Oh :( She's usually a sub, today's game in came in at the 72th minute. She's the one wearing the #13 in the back and using a pink hairband. The cutest american player along Solo. :P

    [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Go Alex! [​IMG] I love her so badly that I even have her pic in my facebook avatar! :LOL:
     
  25. bebo

    bebo Looking for a Manager

    25 July 2005
    Arsenal Thread
    The Arsenal FC
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    I would love to have my avatar to her but what if my wifey walks by I have to explain to her...Damnit I fear no one!!!
     
  26. Mark

    Mark il regista

    8 August 2005
    Þórshöfn, Føroyar
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    If we talking about the girls... i really like Jill Scott... she looks gorgeous and seems to be a funny person.

    Hopefully my girlfriend is never reading this :D


    I also cheer for the US team yesterday. At least after I guess it must be Erika faking an in injury in a way I never seen before.
     
  27. Rantboy

    Rantboy International

    27 December 2002
    Fluminense FC / Arsenal
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    That was totally unnecessary indeed. It didn't look good. The Americans were reduced to ten women and still pressing Brazil... I hated to see them resort to that too. Especially Erika, who scored a fantastic goal the other day, and is kinda cute :P

    Well, in terms of beauty we can definitely say the best team won. Some of the best looking girls in the tournament. Hope Solo and Alex Morgan for me.

    Oh, and that no. 17 from France is gorgeous too, what's her name? Will be an interesting match, USA vs France :)
     
  28. The_Special_One

    The_Special_One I like Unicorns

    17 August 2007
    Cascais
    Estoril | Knicks
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    :LOL: I really am a bad person, aren’t I?

    Don't worry my friend, your girl will be happy to see that her man loves Women Football and he cares about that. Yea, we're also admiring the few beauties in the game but at the same time we are promoting their football. Honestly, and I must tell you this, I will try to follow this girls since now, not only because they are cute :P, but mainly because they present an amazing show to all football fans. Really enjoying this.


    Hey hey took your hands off from my girl! :RANT: I'll punch you so badly! Kidding! :LOL:

    Oh you're talking about Gaetane Thiney, yea she's adorable too and plays great, she's one of the most dangerous French forwards, US team must aware of her. She has a great connection with Necib in the attacking path so they will be very dangerous for sure.

    Erika is cute but her face seems, well, she has "cara de safada" to me. :LMAO:
     
    Last edited: 11 July 2011
  29. bebo

    bebo Looking for a Manager

    25 July 2005
    Arsenal Thread
    The Arsenal FC
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    Damnit I fear No one!!! The way the sport should be played *jk

    [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
  30. Rantboy

    Rantboy International

    27 December 2002
    Fluminense FC / Arsenal
    Re: FIFA Women's World Cup Germany 2011

    hahaha :LOL:
    That's true and I like it! :D

    Nice job Bebo! Face your fears, good on you mate :)
    That Josefine. Ahh Josefine... Hats off to the German suporter who traded shirts with her. He must be a local hero now :D
     

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