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Dagmar
06-28-2009, 11:49 AM
USA are leading after 10 minutes in the FIFA confederations cup final.

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Dagmar
06-28-2009, 11:50 AM
http://images.smh.com.au/2009/02/15/383530/obama1-420x0.jpg

Inkana7
06-28-2009, 12:00 PM
Holy **** This Is Incredible

Conklin
06-28-2009, 12:01 PM
2-0 Baby!

SureShot
06-28-2009, 12:02 PM
Usa!

Dagmar
06-28-2009, 12:02 PM
2 - 0!!! :notworthy :notworthy :notworthy :notworthy :notworthy

Inkana7
06-28-2009, 12:04 PM
That second goal was awesome.

SureShot
06-28-2009, 12:04 PM
Anyone streaming this game? The stream on Justintv sucks.

broncofan2438
06-28-2009, 12:06 PM
Wow, great game. I thought it was going to be another beatdown, but its going the other way

SouthStndJunkie
06-28-2009, 12:20 PM
2-0 at the half....nice to see no cheap goals for Brazil before the half.

DHallblows
06-28-2009, 12:22 PM
Anyone streaming this game? The stream on Justintv sucks.

Huh ??? It's on ESPN...

elsid13
06-28-2009, 12:23 PM
Impressive so far.

Orange4Life
06-28-2009, 12:23 PM
Half way there. Incredible. Hold on boys!

NYBronc
06-28-2009, 12:28 PM
Anyone streaming this game? The stream on Justintv sucks.

If you have verizon fios you can watch it here.

http://sports.espn.go.com/broadband/espn360/index

NYBronc
06-28-2009, 12:30 PM
These providers also have it.

http://espn.go.com/broadband/espn360/affList

Dagmar
06-28-2009, 12:36 PM
Uh oh.

Conklin
06-28-2009, 12:36 PM
****

The Joker
06-28-2009, 12:36 PM
Not the best start to the second half.

Gonna be a siege the next 45 minutes.

Quality goal though, has to be said.

SureShot
06-28-2009, 12:37 PM
Huh ??? It's on ESPN...

No TV in the office but I found another channel that works much better thanks everyone.

Dukes
06-28-2009, 12:43 PM
There's a soccer game on?

Dagmar
06-28-2009, 12:44 PM
http://4.media.tumblr.com/3qo437sQqlee1t54LL5mR7Qso1_500.jpg

BroncoDoug
06-28-2009, 12:46 PM
Usa Usa Usa Usa Usa Usa!!!!!!!!!!!

SoCalBronco
06-28-2009, 12:52 PM
Unfortunately for the US, if they hold on, it might be tainted, because thats a goal.

SureShot
06-28-2009, 12:52 PM
Dodged a bullet there it should be 2-2

SouthStndJunkie
06-28-2009, 12:55 PM
We have our hands full trying to stave off Brazil right now.

SouthStndJunkie
06-28-2009, 01:04 PM
****....I knew that was coming.

Tied up 2-2.

Dagmar
06-28-2009, 01:04 PM
Brazil will go on and win this now methinks. Shame, great performance by the US.

Conklin
06-28-2009, 01:05 PM
**** **** bitch damnit to ****in hell

Dagmar
06-28-2009, 01:14 PM
http://i42.tinypic.com/315h2kl.jpg

SouthStndJunkie
06-28-2009, 01:14 PM
Crap sticks.

atomicbloke
06-28-2009, 01:15 PM
***** ***** ** ******* *********

elsid13
06-28-2009, 01:17 PM
We lost aggressiveness in second half.

That One Guy
06-28-2009, 01:19 PM
USA was playing kickball for a while, Brazil was bound to score. You can't let someone control the ball that much and not expect them to chance into a goal or two.

FantomForce
06-28-2009, 01:19 PM
Fu*********************************************

Wes Mantooth
06-28-2009, 01:33 PM
exciting nonetheless. Proud of the Americans to make it this far.

BlaK-Argentina
06-28-2009, 06:28 PM
Too bad you guys lost. I was really pulling for the US in this one.
I think you have a good team that you can build on for the World Cup. I'd say you are one of the sleeper team of this next World Championship. Just have to be more consistent and improve your offense some, but I think the US showed it can compete with the big teams.

All in all, congrats on a very good tournament!

Natedog24
06-28-2009, 07:54 PM
Proud to be a US Soccer fan after this tournament, they really left it all on the pitch.

Atwater His Ass
06-29-2009, 03:14 AM
Too bad you guys lost. I was really pulling for the US in this one.
I think you have a good team that you can build on for the World Cup. I'd say you are one of the sleeper team of this next World Championship. Just have to be more consistent and improve your offense some, but I think the US showed it can compete with the big teams.

All in all, congrats on a very good tournament!

Yes and no.

The US showed the extreme end of both what they are capable of and how terrible they can be in this tournament.

The first Italy and Brazil game were absolutely horrible. I didn't even watch the 2nd half of the first Brazil game. The Italy game was just embarassing in 2 out of the 3 goals we gave up.

But onto my thoughts from the final.

Spector is right now, the best defender the US has. I called it in another thread after the Italy game, but putting Bocanegra at left back, Gooch and DeMerit in the middle with Spector at right back is the best combonation the US can put out there right now. Cherundolo should now have to work to get Spector off the field.

Howard finally showed in the last two games against Spain and Brazil why he is one of the best GK's in the world. I hope he can keep his form for the World Cup.

In the same vein, I'll give props to Dempsey. He's FINALLLY shown up at the international level for the US. A horrible start to the tournament, but a great 2 games to finish up with.

Donovan is the best player on the US squad. He takes his knocks (and I've been a critic of his in the past, namely staying in lolMLS instead of forging ahead in Europe), but the guy gives his all and is the catalyst of this team. Kudos to him for a great tournament.

Altidore still isn't ready for the big time. He has great skill and potential, but it's a determent to American soccer that he is our best starting option at striker, not to his credit. He's too raw and needs more time at the club level. I'm concerned that Villareal isn't giving him a fair shot and I still can't understand why he was lent to Xeres when he didn't get into a match. It makes no sense.

IMO, Bradley still has to go. His substitutions to bring on Klejstan and Bornstein and take out Altidore and Feilhaber (after the game was just tied 2-2) is just ****ing mind boggling. Klejstand HAS NO BUSINIESS PLAYING ON THE NATIONAL TEAM. He is ****ing horrible. By my last count, in this tournament alone, he turns the ball over almost 2/3'rds of the time. Most of those times he has no pressure around him and just gives it away. He's too raw, and imo, will never be a good player.

Overall, great effort by the US side. I can't tell you how elated I was to be up 2-0 against Brazil at the half. However, don't be too fooled. Brazil owned this game from the 10' mark until the final whislte, even if the scoreboard didn't always show it. Outside of the first 10', the US was never able to build any possession to mount any kind of successful attack. Every attack after the first 10' came on a counter, including the 2nd goal (which was a phemonal goal nonetheless).

You can't defend defend defend against a team of Brazil's caliber for 80' and expect to win. They have too many skill players. The first goal by Fabiano was tremendous. The 2nd goal was really dissapointing, but points to the fatigue the US was experiencing at having to defend so much. Dempesy was beaten badly by Fabiano and Howard was left out to dry. Not to mention the goal that wasn't by Kaka, which clearly was over the line.

Speaking of Kaka, what a performance. The guy is truely exhilarating to watch and a testament to Brazil football.

At the end of the day, I am thrilled that we were able to beat Spain and compete with Brazil. I've felt for a long time that the US has the players to compete with the heavy hitters of international football. My only regret is that this tournament has saved Bradley's job and he is not the man to lead the future of US soccer, so in reality I feel this set's us back another 5 years in the long run.

epicSocialism4tw
06-29-2009, 08:30 AM
Great game. Its hard to believe that the US team pressed Brazil enough to make them show their brilliance like few can. This was one of their great non-world cup victories, as was shown by Lucio who was crying like a baby after his game winning goal.

The US team are for real. This result was come by honestly and the US made it all happen despite being screwed over by officials all throughout the tournament.

Theres alot to be excited about with the US heading into the next cup. When the US team does well at Confederations, they do well in the cup. With the additions of Jermaine Jones, Steve Cherundolo, Maurice Edu, Michael Bradley, etc. to the squad over the next year, this team will have a chance to be even better in the WC.

US Soccer is coming of age before our eyes.

Smiling Assassin27
06-29-2009, 09:17 AM
The US just seems too inconsistent. Their talent doesn't show up for every game, and so you get what you had for games 1 and 2 of this tourney. Their talent is inferior to most teams, and heart can't always make up for poor angles, poor tactics, inexperience, and outright mistakes. The team could come to the WC and make a run to the quarters again, or very easily flame out. That is the state of US Soccer right now.

atomicbloke
06-29-2009, 10:43 AM
Great game. Its hard to believe that the US team pressed Brazil enough to make them show their brilliance like few can. This was one of their great non-world cup victories, as was shown by Lucio who was crying like a baby after his game winning goal.

The US team are for real. This result was come by honestly and the US made it all happen despite being screwed over by officials all throughout the tournament.

There's alot to be excited about with the US heading into the next cup. When the US team does well at Confederations, they do well in the cup. With the additions of Jermaine Jones, Steve Cherundolo, Maurice Edu, Michael Bradley, etc. to the squad over the next year, this team will have a chance to be even better in the WC.

US Soccer is coming of age before our eyes.

I felt the same way after the 2002 World Cup Quarter Finals (when we actually outplayed eventual finalists Germany) and also when we were ranked fifth.

But as we all know, it was a false dawn.

IMHO, Bradley = Bruce Arena and can goad the team to a respectable or even expectation surpassing performance when there is no expectation of the team at all. But they cannot motivate the team to surpass their skills and overachieve on the World Cup stage. That won't happen unless we can somehow get someone like Guus Hiddink or Jurguen Klinsmann or even Phil Scolari as coach. IMHO, we NEED an experienced European coach to truly take us to the next level.

As a passionate member of the Sam's Army, I have been disappointed and experience heart ache from the national team too often to get my sprits too high this time. The Confed Cup could be a preclude of great things to come, but most likely its a flash in the pan and the national team will fall flat again on the world stage and embarrass all of us.

Atwater His Ass
06-29-2009, 03:32 PM
The US just seems too inconsistent. Their talent doesn't show up for every game, and so you get what you had for games 1 and 2 of this tourney. Their talent is inferior to most teams, and heart can't always make up for poor angles, poor tactics, inexperience, and outright mistakes. The team could come to the WC and make a run to the quarters again, or very easily flame out. That is the state of US Soccer right now.

When you step back and really look at the big picture, this is the correct observation imo.

The US has talent. Not elite talent, but they are a legitimate top 15 team. They should be able to compete with anyone in the world. They are also quite capable of disapearring for matches and looking completely lost even against vastly inferior opponents.

The reality is, in 2 games against Brazil in this tournament, the US only had 1 good half. And even in that one good half (obviously the first half of the final), Brazil out played the US by a wide margin. However, the US was still fresh and able to defend the onslaught and even get a counter-attack goal. But you just cannot keep that kind of intensity up for prolonged periods of time in a match against a quality side like Brazil.

It's also hard to frustrate a team like Brazil. Outside of a short time after the first US goal, they were not frustrated and they proceeded to take the match over and dominate from around the 25' mark. The 2nd half was no contest and was just as bad as in the first game, the only difference being that the US had managed to get a lead was just desperately trying to hang onto it.

Something to build on for sure, but I felt this way after the 2002 World Cup. Beating Portugal, Mexico, and outplaying Germany in the quarters was fantastic. Then we took a huge step back and haven't recovered since.

broncocalijohn
06-29-2009, 09:49 PM
choke job. If you are up 2 to zilch in one of the lowest scoring games of all sports and you have one half to go, you should win. I guess if you are into adults playing soccer, this was a good run. For people only watching this final match, it was a total 2nd half disaster. I will stick to the other 4 sports.

epicSocialism4tw
06-29-2009, 10:09 PM
The US just seems too inconsistent. Their talent doesn't show up for every game, and so you get what you had for games 1 and 2 of this tourney. Their talent is inferior to most teams, and heart can't always make up for poor angles, poor tactics, inexperience, and outright mistakes. The team could come to the WC and make a run to the quarters again, or very easily flame out. That is the state of US Soccer right now.

The US were the youngest team in the confederations cup. Avg. age was 25.

Pretty good results for a bunch of kids.

Hercules Rockefeller
06-29-2009, 10:34 PM
The US just seems too inconsistent. Their talent doesn't show up for every game, and so you get what you had for games 1 and 2 of this tourney. Their talent is inferior to most teams, and heart can't always make up for poor angles, poor tactics, inexperience, and outright mistakes. The team could come to the WC and make a run to the quarters again, or very easily flame out. That is the state of US Soccer right now.

I'd add in that they're not a good passing team, everything is right at the guy's feet and nothing is in stride, and they have a terrible first touch. Both of those just kill possessions. They string together a couple passes, and someone like Altidore or Dempsey get the ball with their back to goal and they're unable to possess the ball. Dempsey had 2 great goals on the crosses from Spector, but that guy killed more attacks because his first touch is horrendous, and even when he could control it, he couldn't get it to someone else.

DHallblows
06-29-2009, 10:57 PM
I'd add in that they're not a good passing team, everything is right at the guy's feet and nothing is in stride, and they have a terrible first touch. Both of those just kill possessions. They string together a couple passes, and someone like Altidore or Dempsey get the ball with their back to goal and they're unable to possess the ball. Dempsey had 2 great goals on the crosses from Spector, but that guy killed more attacks because his first touch is horrendous, and even when he could control it, he couldn't get it to someone else.

Huh. Well I'm personally gonna disagree with you there and thusly ignore the rest of the post

WABronco
06-29-2009, 11:13 PM
I'd add in that they're not a good passing team, everything is right at the guy's feet and nothing is in stride, and they have a terrible first touch. Both of those just kill possessions. They string together a couple passes, and someone like Altidore or Dempsey get the ball with their back to goal and they're unable to possess the ball. Dempsey had 2 great goals on the crosses from Spector, but that guy killed more attacks because his first touch is horrendous, and even when he could control it, he couldn't get it to someone else.

Agreed.

It's fairly obvious that the skills of most American players just aren't on par with international players. I'm sure they're comparable athletes and what not, just most of them don't seem to have the pure ability.

Can't really say I'm up to speed on who from the US roster plays overseas. I know Donovan has before and hasn't done so well (I think). I could see Onyewu being a possibility. Point is they don't have many world class players.

Will the US ever have any Ronaldinhos, or someone of that dynamic ilk? They haven't yet.

atomicbloke
06-29-2009, 11:16 PM
choke job. If you are up 2 to zilch in one of the lowest scoring games of all sports and you have one half to go, you should win. I guess if you are into adults playing soccer, this was a good run. For people only watching this final match, it was a total 2nd half disaster. I will stick to the other 4 sports.

What a relief....

Atwater His Ass
06-29-2009, 11:45 PM
Agreed.

It's fairly obvious that the skills of most American players just aren't on par with international players. I'm sure they're comparable athletes and what not, just most of them don't seem to have the pure ability.

Can't really say I'm up to speed on who from the US roster plays overseas. I know Donovan has before and hasn't done so well (I think). I could see Onyewu being a possibility. Point is they don't have many world class players.

Will the US ever have any Ronaldinhos, or someone of that dynamic ilk? They haven't yet.

The US has a good amount of players in Europe, however they aren't all at premier clubs and they all don't get a lot of playing time (at least yet).

Howard at Everton and Dempsey at Fulham are obviously the most accomplished on the roster as both secure starting roles for EPL clubs.

Adu (Benefica / Portugal) and Altidore (Villareal / Spain) are examples of young guys on loan from their parent clubs but they have both yet to make a splash overseas. Villareal payed $10 million for Altidore, which is the largest sum ever paid out for an America footballer.

Guys like Bocanegra, DeMerit, Gooch, Feilhaber, Bradley, and Davies are some other guys that are currenlty playing foreign football.

broncocalijohn
06-30-2009, 01:51 AM
What a relief....
just dont say anything that a mod will see and spit you out for a week.

WABronco
06-30-2009, 03:01 AM
The US has a good amount of players in Europe, however they aren't all at premier clubs and they all don't get a lot of playing time (at least yet).

Howard at Everton and Dempsey at Fulham are obviously the most accomplished on the roster as both secure starting roles for EPL clubs.

Adu (Benefica / Portugal) and Altidore (Villareal / Spain) are examples of young guys on loan from their parent clubs but they have both yet to make a splash overseas. Villareal payed $10 million for Altidore, which is the largest sum ever paid out for an America footballer.

Guys like Bocanegra, DeMerit, Gooch, Feilhaber, Bradley, and Davies are some other guys that are currenlty playing foreign football.

This was actually the first time I've seen Altidore. Interesting. Gah I need to get back into soccer!

epicSocialism4tw
06-30-2009, 07:32 AM
The US has a good amount of players in Europe, however they aren't all at premier clubs and they all don't get a lot of playing time (at least yet).

Howard at Everton and Dempsey at Fulham are obviously the most accomplished on the roster as both secure starting roles for EPL clubs.

Adu (Benefica / Portugal) and Altidore (Villareal / Spain) are examples of young guys on loan from their parent clubs but they have both yet to make a splash overseas. Villareal payed $10 million for Altidore, which is the largest sum ever paid out for an America footballer.

Guys like Bocanegra, DeMerit, Gooch, Feilhaber, Bradley, and Davies are some other guys that are currenlty playing foreign football.


Bocanegra, DeMerit, Bradley, Gooch, and Davies are all guys who are having regular success at their clubs.

DeMerit was in the premeirship with Watford and getting regular starters' minutes before they were relegated.

Bradley has been a solid player at each of his last clubs, and appears to be moving up the ladder in Germany.

Bocanegra is a regular left back at Rennes in France, and has been playing well. He scored a goal in the French cup to put his team up 1-0 and would have been a hero at Rennes had they not relinquished the lead and eventually lost the cup.

Onyewu was regularly the best center back in Belgium, and is moving on to Febernache in Turkey, who play in the Euro tourney.

Davies has been a goal machine at Hammarby.

Atwater His Ass
06-30-2009, 08:18 AM
This was actually the first time I've seen Altidore. Interesting. Gah I need to get back into soccer!

If this is the first time you've seen Altidore, then yes, you are out of the loop.

He's been making a name for himself on the US side. However, he was put out on loan from Villareal to Xerez, which was disapointing considering he didn't get any quality time on the pitch there either.

Espeacially since considering a guy like Giuseppe Rossi is making an impact at Villareal. And another very young player like the Brazillan Pato contributing to major sides like AC Milan and has been hearing overtures from EPL clubs such as Chelsea and Mancherster City.

The problem I see with a guy like Altidore is that he gets minutes with the nats because we just flat out don't have anyone who is better. I find it an issue that a 19 year old that can't get regular club minutes is counted on by the US at the international level. He's just not ready for that level of play yet.

epicSocialism4tw
06-30-2009, 08:40 AM
If this is the first time you've seen Altidore, then yes, you are out of the loop.

He's been making a name for himself on the US side. However, he was put out on loan from Villareal to Xerez, which was disapointing considering he didn't get any quality time on the pitch there either.

Espeacially since considering a guy like Giuseppe Rossi is making an impact at Villareal. And another very young player like the Brazillan Pato contributing to major sides like AC Milan and has been hearing overtures from EPL clubs such as Chelsea and Mancherster City.

The problem I see with a guy like Altidore is that he gets minutes with the nats because we just flat out don't have anyone who is better. I find it an issue that a 19 year old that can't get regular club minutes is counted on by the US at the international level. He's just not ready for that level of play yet.

His raw ability is what carries him right now, and its pretty amazing that he is able to do some things against some pretty solid defenders.

He needs the ball at his feet in real matches to develop into someone who contributes more at the international stage. his combination of speed, power, strength, and skill is unique in the history of US soccer. He is also fairly bright for a 19-year old player.

gyldenlove
06-30-2009, 08:53 AM
If this is the first time you've seen Altidore, then yes, you are out of the loop.

He's been making a name for himself on the US side. However, he was put out on loan from Villareal to Xerez, which was disapointing considering he didn't get any quality time on the pitch there either.

Espeacially since considering a guy like Giuseppe Rossi is making an impact at Villareal. And another very young player like the Brazillan Pato contributing to major sides like AC Milan and has been hearing overtures from EPL clubs such as Chelsea and Mancherster City.

The problem I see with a guy like Altidore is that he gets minutes with the nats because we just flat out don't have anyone who is better. I find it an issue that a 19 year old that can't get regular club minutes is counted on by the US at the international level. He's just not ready for that level of play yet.

It is pretty rare for 19 year olds to make major impacts in the big leagues, there are always a few like Kaka or Messi, but on the whole I think young players like that are better off in a smaller league like the Dutch, French, Danish, Belgian or Portugese leagues than in the big 4.

No reason to be disheartened though, plenty of top players take a few years to develop. The national team is a good place to get exposure for young guys like that, we have certainly had a number of Danish players make a name on the national squad before they moved to playing time in a bigger league.

epicSocialism4tw
06-30-2009, 09:25 AM
It is pretty rare for 19 year olds to make major impacts in the big leagues, there are always a few like Kaka or Messi, but on the whole I think young players like that are better off in a smaller league like the Dutch, French, Danish, Belgian or Portugese leagues than in the big 4.

No reason to be disheartened though, plenty of top players take a few years to develop. The national team is a good place to get exposure for young guys like that, we have certainly had a number of Danish players make a name on the national squad before they moved to playing time in a bigger league.

Sometimes the national teams are the only places that you get to see what they can do against top-tier competition.

Atwater His Ass
06-30-2009, 06:08 PM
It is pretty rare for 19 year olds to make major impacts in the big leagues, there are always a few like Kaka or Messi, but on the whole I think young players like that are better off in a smaller league like the Dutch, French, Danish, Belgian or Portugese leagues than in the big 4.

No reason to be disheartened though, plenty of top players take a few years to develop. The national team is a good place to get exposure for young guys like that, we have certainly had a number of Danish players make a name on the national squad before they moved to playing time in a bigger league.

I'm not disheartened at all about Altidore or his development. I think he's going to be a great player and obviously is very talented.

I'm disheartened about the lack of quality strikers available to the US.

DHallblows
06-30-2009, 10:33 PM
I'm disheartened about the lack of quality strikers available to the US.

It's all around embarrassing how bad our strikers are. As a Rapids fan I'm biased as hell, but Conor Casey shouldn't be playing intl ball. Does great in the MLS, but...well I don't need to continue there
We don't even have an excuse for so little depth, it's not like we have giants that are injured or anything...

epicSocialism4tw
07-01-2009, 10:03 AM
It's all around embarrassing how bad our strikers are. As a Rapids fan I'm biased as hell, but Conor Casey shouldn't be playing intl ball. Does great in the MLS, but...well I don't need to continue there
We don't even have an excuse for so little depth, it's not like we have giants that are injured or anything...


I still have yet to understand why Bradley doesnt give Kenny Cooper legit minutes.

Cooper is deceptively quick and agile, and is more creative than any other forward that we have. He's better at creating angles, better at finding space, better at one-v-one play, and generally scores more goals. He has been in fine form at FC Dallas for a few years now, and still has not been given a legit shot.

Meanwhile, guys like Eddie Johnson, Conor Casey, and Brian Ching have all been given legit minutes with the A team. Something is wrong here. I have seen all three of those guys (as well as Cooper) play for a long time and Cooper is easily the most impressive.

Someone in the coaching staff has said that they thing that Cooper does alot of things, but doesnt do any of them exceptionally. I think that they are looking at Cooper as though he should be a holding forward, when in reality he should be the player in support of the holding forward. I think that he would thrive with Donovan, and we really havent seen him with Donovan.

The guy has been in only 3 national team matches, two of them as late subs. The one game he did start, he scored the 1-0 goal in a World Cup qualifier against Honduras. In his three appearances, he has 2 goals.

Cooper has a natural scoring ability and has a field IQ better than most on the national team. He is also one of the only players in the entire national team pool capable of making a brilliant play out of nothing.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfDpmUcdJwo

This isnt a player that you look at and say "Oh, they would be better if they were consistently good"...Cooper has been in great form for well over 4 years...and is still relatively young.

I'm not saying that he needs to be a starter, but that he needs to be in the equation as a player. The nats need a guy like him up top. He needs to see time with the first team instead of a guy like Conor Casey or Ching.

Atwater His Ass
07-01-2009, 03:33 PM
I really enjoy reading Jamie Trecker's comments on fox sports. Below is his latest article and 100% sums up how I currently feel about the state of US soccer.

http://msn.foxsports.com/soccer/story/9749652/The-final-was-great,-but-now-comes-the-hard-part

cutthemdown
07-01-2009, 03:39 PM
Now That We Are Rocking Soccer I'm Ready To Be A Fan!!!!!!!!

America **** Yeah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!