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    Exclamation Italy beaten by Homos

    http://soccernet.espn.go.com/report?...CONFEDERATIONS


    Mohamed Homos heads Egypt's winner


    Egypt upset world champions Italy 1-0 at the Confederations Cup on Thursday to ensure the outcome of Group B hangs in the balance.

    All four teams can still reach the semi-finals after Mohamed Homos' goal five minutes before halftime clinched the first points of the tournament for the African champions, who had narrowly lost to Brazil in their opening game.

    Key second half saves from goalkeeper Essam Al Hadari kept the Italians at bay while Vincenzo Iaquinta hit the bar with just minutes remaining as Egypt weathered a late onslaught.

    Brazil, who beat the U.S. in Pretoria earlier on Thursday, lead the standings with six points while Italy and Egypt have three.

    Brazil and Italy meet in Pretoria on Sunday while the Egyptians play the Americans, who have yet to pick up a point, in Rustenburg at the same time.


    YES HOMOS

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    I love Homos!!

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    I'll be rooting for Homos.

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    love the tags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodyPaige View Post
    love the tags.
    lol



    the real question is: what can the US do to stop Homos??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtstar View Post
    lol



    the real question is: what can the US do to stop Homos??
    nothing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WoodyPaige View Post
    nothing.
    there's just no stopping homos...



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    I think this is the eighth sign of the Apocalypse or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Boru View Post
    I think this is the eighth sign of the Apocalypse or something.
    What the hell is going on here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dimitri_0515 View Post
    What the hell is going on here?

    apparently, Homos >>>>>>>>>>>> everyone else.







































    POSSIBLY.

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    LOL!

    Oh f*ck, teh irony! This is just cruel...

    Mods please move to the Paulie Blue Balls forum...

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    bump for Paulie Blue Ballz.





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    Quote Originally Posted by Dirtstar View Post
    bump for Paulie Blue Ballz.




    Terrible match. Luckily, I was poolside at the Wynn in Las Vegas when it was going on, so I didn't see it.

    Italy has a tremendously long way to go in just under a year. Lippi needs to revamp the whole squad, and perhaps say goodbye to some old warriors (I'm looking at you, Cannavarro).

    This tournament will hopefully serve as a wakeup call and start the process of rebuilding in Italy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pauliec View Post
    Terrible match. Luckily, I was poolside at the Wynn in Las Vegas when it was going on, so I didn't see it.

    Italy has a tremendously long way to go in just under a year. Lippi needs to revamp the whole squad, and perhaps say goodbye to some old warriors (I'm looking at you, Cannavarro).

    This tournament will hopefully serve as a wakeup call and start the process of rebuilding in Italy.
    you know as well as anyone that Italy traditionally has an "older" team than most, but it's almost as though Lippi has forgotten to mix things up a bit. there's been no signs of transition, of bringing the young guys in, and their paying the price now.

    the defense, which should be Italy's main strength, is an embarrassment. Cannavaro is a shell of his former self, and the back line just doesn't look or play like an Italian defense should.

    i wouldn't want to be in Lippi's shoes right now -- the dude has to really mix things up, but at the same time, does he dare to do so this far into qualifying? tough...

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