French Football has taken a hammering in the last few months. Thierry Henry embarrassed a nation with his “Hand of Frog” antics in the World Cup play-off versus Ireland and the national team…Continue
Started Aug 15, 2010
C,mon then who,s going to win Football's most prestigous tournament??????????Personally i,m going for Argentina..with Messi, Milito,Higuin, Tevez up-front and El Diego as barking masd as ever.failing…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by vignesswaran Jun 6, 2010.
Colombia 1 Uruguay 1
Based on Colombia’s last outing and the fact that Falcoa never replicates his Atletico Madrid form I can’t see Colombia winning against a strong Uruguay side.
Ecuador 3 Bolivia 1
Even without Christain Benitez Ecuador should have enough to overcome Bolivia.
Argentina 4 Paraguay 1
Much like Ecuador I think will suffer a heavy tonking in Buenos Aires. Paraguay are struggling and no match for the likes of Messi, Arguero,Di Maria…Continue
Posted on September 6, 2012 at 7:14pm
Craig Levein has his supporters and detractors in equal measure. His record as coach of the Scottish national team has been at times encouraging but also underwhelming and confusing.
The ex-Leicester and Dundee United boss was a sensible if unexciting choice for SFA (Scottish Football Association) two half years ago. At that time Scotland had failed to qualify for any recent tournaments and was hovering around 50 in the FIFA rankings. Nothing has changed since.
Last year’s Euro…Continue
Posted on September 6, 2012 at 7:11pm — 2 Comments
In last week’s blog I started to assess the World Cup qualification chances of each CONMEBOL nation. With only 3 or 4 games having been played it is still early days but already the more established countries are rising to the top. The only exception seems to be perennial qualifiers Paraguay who despite currently being 7th in the table should rise to an automatic…Continue
Posted on May 7, 2012 at 2:34am
Deportivo Quito rounded up the last of the Copa Libertadores last 16 matches with an emphatic 4-1 win against Universidad de Chile last night.
Universidad, who are current Copa Sudamerica champions (equivalent of UEFA cup) were heavy favourites for the quarter finals but their progress looks unlikely now.
Despite winning 5-0 versus Colo Colo at the…Continue
Posted on May 4, 2012 at 7:54pm — 3 Comments