Friday, March 23, 2012

One Week Until Go Time

In one week the gloves come off. The only thing that will matter is who wins and who doesn't. I love it. It makes me laugh every year when I hear the excuses about why some teams didn't make it as far as they thought. Sometimes its possible that you just weren't good enough.

While I wish the organizers would have left it until later, I'm anticipating the Friday night game between Ireland and Sudan like no other this year. Ireland usually takes a couple of games to hit its dominant stride and a 10:30 p.m. game to start off everything is the best opportunity to catch them unawares.

Sudan has the ability to beat Ireland, like it showed against El Salvador last year and in the game against Laos. Sudan also has the ability to lost to a team like Columbia. Let's hope the Sudanese step up and play to the best of their abilities. If the tournament begins with an upset it will automatically make everyone more interested.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Go Sudan!! I hope they take Ireland down :D

Anonymous said...

Am hoping this game will be as good as last years opening game, definitely everyone will be looting for the underdogs but the mighty Ireland always find a way to win games just hope it will be A close game. I hope Sudan found a good keeper because in this tournament it all comes down to the last man unless if u pull off the Greek style of blocking every shot, u can't win games, same thing Nigeria have made some strides but shake goal keeping will late them down

Anonymous said...

I would love to see Mike Collins cry like a little baby after Sudan blows them away in the opener. He hypes up his team way too much. If they were that good they would have won every year. Time for a change. Collins is a dud. Go break another trophy cause you can't get your way you goofy looking clown.

Anonymous said...

Noor will be a keeper for Sudan, shut up if you don't know him oh im not a Sudanese player by the way.

Anonymous said...

Braden, your the smartest guy on these blogs!! Are the rumors true? Is Afghan paying players with massive contracts? Have ROI made maybe the biggest transfer in WCP history? What are the details! Your the insider and you seem on the outside looking in?!

Anonymous said...

Yup were all on 10 m a year contracts lol. I'll be flying into the facility with my private jet.


-ramin

Anonymous said...

10M Afghan dollars, which is the equivalents of a $2! Did Chico build the jet with his own hands too?

Anonymous said...

Braden I thought you would get a kick out of this, since this goof has done nothing but make fun of you and talk trash ... posted from wcp cup blog 2 ...

"As for JULIO AKA JUFUS, he'll get beat out there especially if he learned from Chico. Wow!!! If JUFUS was such a die hard ES fan since all he talked about is how ES is amazing then why did he switch? Probably because he knows deep down inside that ES sucks and won't win the WCP. JUFUS is a huge hypocrite".

Julio aka JUFUS. Ha ha! Too funny. People cleary have noticed this dude is a huge loser.