Getting A Kick Out Of More Brazil Misery

Saturday's third-place play-off may be a pointless affair, but Tim Stannard is looking forward to more Brazil embarrassment. They've certainly been annoying this World Cup...

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sailingmagpie says...

Happy to support the Dutch but I just can't bring myself to support a team so tedious I've wanted to fast-forward every game they've been involved in at this tournament. Also, I've got Germany in the sweepstake at work, so...Deutschland, Deutschland uber alles...

Posted 3:54pm 11th July 2014

jonnywishbone2 (Arsenal) says...

Bacary Sagna came back from a "broken leg" which has been hailed in some parts as a minor miracle. Whilst technically true, a broken fibula is several orders of magnitude less serious for a sportsman than a broken tibia. Similarly, Neymar's specific injury, whilst technically a vertebral fracture, actually turns out to have been not much more serious than a bruised back. Not that you'd think it going by the reactions of the ridiculous Brazilians. Worse than the ire of the fans, it must be awful for the God-botherers to come to the realisation that the Almighty not only doesn't like them, but he prefers the Germans.

Posted 2:25pm 11th July 2014

ColeStar (Arsenal) says...

I'm don't want to be one of those bores who leaves spiteful comments trashing the site and its writers - I very much enjoy F365 and appreciate the content here. However, I have a feeling - or would hope - that F365 and Tim Stannard himself would look at this column and acknowledge that it's not one of the finest to grace the website. Has the feel of a rushed, provocative piece, lacking in wit, insight or reason; similar to the type of column that F365 so often adeptly skewers when they appear in our nation's tabloids.

Posted 10:52am 11th July 2014

efx123 (Arsenal) says...

No wonder they rest of the world hates England and their media. Their sickening obsession with other people's business is beyond belief. Luis Suarez and Brazil. Suarez a type of player that England can never produce and Brazil is now in the news. Brazil is a five times world cup winner and always favourites for any tournament based on their reputation and not hype.Unlike England who are favourites based on their media hype.Truth hurts. "Neymar had a bruised back". correction, it was broken vertebrae

Posted 10:16am 11th July 2014

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