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  #345090 25-Jun-2010 03:50
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Just a few more mins...can you do it All White?????

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  #345091 25-Jun-2010 03:52
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shots at goal: 1/90 mins




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#345092 25-Jun-2010 03:53
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timtim: Just a few more mins...can you do it All White?????



not this year...

overall, they have done a great job. better than italy Wink





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  #345093 25-Jun-2010 03:54
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We out of the game now....See the All White come back to NZ soon....What's a pity.....

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  #345094 25-Jun-2010 03:56
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Oh well still a very good result for a 70th-something ranking team! Be proud, we remain undefeated!

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  #345095 25-Jun-2010 04:01
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  #345096 25-Jun-2010 04:02
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So we didn't quite make it through to the next round... but I think the guys should be superbly proud of this result no matter what.
Absolute Kiwi heroes!!
They definitely deserve a heroes' welcome when they arrive at the airport!!

 
 
 
 


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  #345097 25-Jun-2010 04:30
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I liked Marty Devlin's quip about whether the Halberg sport award groups was watching.

Surely Paston should get a knighthood?

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  #345111 25-Jun-2010 08:52
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+1

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  #345118 25-Jun-2010 09:17
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I predict a nil all draw.

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  #345132 25-Jun-2010 10:22
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The All Whites, unbeatable in the World Cup. The team to draw on!

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  #345135 25-Jun-2010 10:34
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At the end of the day, football was the winner, and it was a game of two halves.

All credit to the boys, they played their hearts out and came away with what can only be described as an outstanding result for NZ Football.

There will be a couple of those guys that will pick up some nice offers from abroad.

I am heartily proud of the All Whites.




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  #345158 25-Jun-2010 11:27
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Not a soccer fan whatsoever until the All Whites showed us plenty of fight and spirit.

Thought I would stay up to watch last night's game as it could've been the last for many years / World Cups to come.

This is going to be one of those memories where I would say to my future kids, "I got up to watch them play, and so did most of the country... back in my day..." :-P

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  #345165 25-Jun-2010 11:45
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Yes well done to the All Whites. I think that was the first full game of football I have watched. It went really fast and it was great we were in the game right to the end.

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  #345169 25-Jun-2010 11:50
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to those understand soccer, what i didnt get was:

in the 2nd half, when clearly we needed to score to advance, why did we keep defending against a team which wasnt attacking? i thought that was the silliest thing about the entire tournament so far! perhaps they were concentrating on drawing and going home with no shame knowing that the attack is toothless anyway?




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