ly772
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World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Fri Jun 14, 2002 11:13 pm

Here it is:

Date: 15-June-2002
Venue: Seoqwipo (Korea)

Teams: Germany vs. Paraguay
Time: 15:30 (Local), 07:30 (England), 02:30 (New York City)

Date: 15-June-2002
Venue: Niigata (Japan)

Teams: Denmark vs. England
Time: 20:30 (Local), 12:30 (England), 07:30 (New York City)

Date: 16-June-2002
Venue: Oita (Japan)

Teams: Sweden vs. Senegal
Time: 15:30 (Local), 07:30 (England), 02:30 (New York City)

Date: 16-June-2002
Venue: Suwon (Korea)

Teams: Spain vs. Ireland
Time: 20:30 (Local), 12:30 (England), 07:30 (New York City)

Date: 17-June-2002
Venue: Jeonju (Korea)

Teams: Mexico vs. United States of America
Time: 15:30 (Local), 07:30 (England), 02:30 (New York City)

Date: 17-June-2002
Venue: Kobe (Japan)

Teams: Brazil vs. Belgium
Time: 20:30 (Local), 12:30 (England), 07:30 (New York City)

Date: 18-June-2002
Venue: Miyagi (Japan)

Teams: Japan vs. Turkey
Time: 15:30 (Local), 07:30 (England), 02:30 (New York City)

Date: 18-June-2002
Venue: Daejeon (Korea)

Teams: South Korea vs. Italy
Time: 20:30 (Local), 12:30 (England), 07:30 (New York City)

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QUARTERFINALS:
Date: 21-June-2002
Venue: Shizouka (Japan)

Teams: Denmark/England vs. Brasil/Belgium
Time: 15:30 (Local), 07:30 (England), 02:30 (New York City)

Date: 21-June-2002
Venue: Ulsan (Korea)

Teams: Germany/Paraguay vs. Mexico/United States of America
Time: 20:30 (Local), 12:30 (England), 07:30 (New York City)

Date: 22-June-2002
Venue: Gwangju (Korea)

Teams: Spain/Ireland vs. Korea/Italy
Time: 15:30 (Local), 07:30 (England), 02:30 (New York City)

Date: 22-June-2002
Venue: Osaka (Japan)

Teams: Sweden/Senegal vs. Japan/Turkey
Time: 20:30 (Local), 12:30 (England), 07:30 (New York City)

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SEMIFINALS:
25-June-2002
Venue: Seoul (Korea)

Teams: Germany/Paraguay/Mexico/USA vs. Sweden/Senegal/Japan/Turkey
Time: 20:30 (Local), 12:30 (England), 07:30 (New York City)

Date: 26-June-2002
Venue: Saitama (Japan)

Teams: Denmark/England/Brazil/Belgium vs. Spain/Ireland/Korea/Italy
Time: 20:30 (Local), 12:30 (England), 07:30 (New York City)

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3RD PLACE GAME:
Date: 29-June-2002
Venue: Daegu (Korea)

Teams: Germany/Paraguay/Mexico/USA/Sweden/Senegal/Japan/Turkey vs. Denmark/England/Brazil/Belgium/Spain/Ireland/Korea/Italy
Time: 20:00 (Local), 12:00 (England), 07:00 (New York City)

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2002 FIFA WORLD CUP FINAL
Date: 30-June-2002
Venue: International Stadium Yokohama (Japan)

Teams: Germany/Paraguay/Mexico/USA/Sweden/Senegal/Japan/Turkey vs. Denmark/England/Brazil/Belgium/Spain/Ireland/Korea/Italy
Time: 20:00 (Local), 12:00 (England), 07:00 (New York City)
 
Banco
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Fri Jun 14, 2002 11:15 pm

I think the pitch will be a bit crowded for the final, what with 88 players on each side...  Big grin Big grin
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ly772
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Fri Jun 14, 2002 11:17 pm

You're funny. Ha ha ha. The / means "or" , okay?
 
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Fri Jun 14, 2002 11:27 pm

The second round looks very tantalising, there should some cracking games in there. The quarter finals is where the big teams will meet and this is where i think we can predict who really will be world champions.

In Arsene we trust!!
 
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Fri Jun 14, 2002 11:31 pm

Feeling a bit grumpy today, LY772?

It was only a joke.
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Fri Jun 14, 2002 11:31 pm

Germany or Italy will win.
 
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Fri Jun 14, 2002 11:32 pm

Am I right that the USA plays very early (230am) next Monday, Eastern Daylight Time? (Or very late Sunday evening?)

Does anyone disagree with the visionary RogueTrader that USA versus Mexico is great match up for the obvious reasons, and that the fearless, god-like, American team will win?

kind regards,

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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Fri Jun 14, 2002 11:35 pm

Does anyone disagree with the visionary RogueTrader that USA versus Mexico is great match up for the obvious reasons, and that the fearless, god-like, American team will win?

I agree Mexico vs USA will be a great game between the two close neighbours but we've just beaten the argentinians with a fear-less, god-like performance! Big grin

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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Fri Jun 14, 2002 11:50 pm

"Teams: Germany/Paraguay/Mexico/USA/Sweden/Senegal/Japan/Turkey vs. Denmark/England/Brazil/Belgium/Spain/Ireland/Korea/Italy" LOL Big thumbs up
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Fri Jun 14, 2002 11:53 pm

Wow, Germany has a real good chance to make it to the final when looking at these facts.
Beat Paraguay tomorrow, beat Mexico after that (gonna be hard, though) and then beat either Sweden or Turkey. Final against Brazil or England !

 
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 12:18 am

RogueTrader, I'm getting the impression that you are fully in the swing of this World Cup lark. Not so long ago you were asking detailed questions about the
sport, and now you have all the swagger and omniscience of the rest of us.

What goes on? Are you now a fully-fledged footie fanatic, or are you doing the girlie thing of pretending you know what's going on and hoping you aren't found out?  Big grin
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ly772
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 1:07 am

I just heard a funny joke:

This is not to offend anyone:::

Mexico vs. USA
The "Derby" of Los Angeles
 
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 2:00 am

Rougue Trader,

Rigth on your first question

Wrong on your second one  Big grin
 
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 2:14 am

are you doing the girlie thing of pretending you know what's going on and hoping you aren't found out

Yes, this is exactly what I'm doing.

B737-700, its not Mexico that Germany will have to worry about, its the USA. Which, I freely admit, will be a difficult battle for the bravehearted, defiant, mighty American freedom fighters.

Major cities in Texas are approaching 40% hispanic (mostly Mexican), with San Antonio well over that amount. So, the local conflict for RogueTrader will be outstanding.

Actually, I now consider this a win/win situation for the USA. A loss to Mexico might be just the kind of embarassing blow and wake up call that makes America pour about $70 billion dollars in government subsidies to the US soccer program.

kind regards,

RogueTrader
 
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 2:32 am

"will be a difficult battle for the bravehearted, defiant, mighty American freedom fighters."

I'm sure they will manage to succeed in their attempt to escape South Korea/Japan and return home before too long...! Big grin

So, RT, has the impending clash with the neighbours evoked any additional interest over there?

And have you been getting up to watch the games?
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 2:47 am

Banco,

I don't know about Rouge in the US, but here in Mexico, it is as always a national event of the greatest importance. The country was paralized last thursday morning with the game, and I'm sure nobody will sleep this Sunday/Monday. People finally believe in this team.

 
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 3:21 am

Cx340, As far as Mexico is concerned, I wouldn't expect anything else. I was just wondering whether playing against their neighbours might have piqued some interest in the US.

I watched Mexico play Italy, and I couldn't quite believe that it was the same abject, unskilled, disorganised rabble that I had watched England destroy in a friendly about a year ago. Then they were dreadful, yesterday they were wonderful. There aren't many teams who can hold 60% possession (even before the farcical last five minutes) against the Italians. The goal was sublime, and came after a passing move of about 20 taking over a minute.

As you might guess, I thought they were great!  Smile
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 4:15 am

Banco,

What a difference does a change in coaching, a few players but most of all MENTALITY make, doesn't it? That friendly against England was dreadful, and the score should have been twice as high!! I don't know what will happen to the "Tricolor" as we affectionately call the team, but I am happy whatever comes because of their attitude and skills so far, and I'm sure most Mexicans will agree with me on this. I have never seen a Mexican team so willing to go forward and to overcome any challenge that the game puts in front of them, and that makes me proud enough, but lets hope they win again, and something tells me they will.
 
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 5:05 am

Cx340, I hate to look too far ahead, but if your boys knock Germany out, they'll be our friends forever! Big grin
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 5:34 am

We sucked in the friendlies before the world cup, but we still managed to beat the USA 4:2  Smile They are still a good opponent and underestimating them would be dangerous.

Racko, who's really looking forward to both 1/8 finals tomorrow .. and I'm pressing my thumbs for the 2 teams starting with "D" (well, at least if you in German language  Smile)
 
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 5:36 am

I somewhat doubt the other team beginning with D want you to win, Racko!  Smile
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 6:05 am

A team with the name starting with the letter E and ending with the letter D will demolish those pretenders from Scandinavia Big grin

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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 6:21 am

So, RT, has the impending clash with the neighbours evoked any additional interest over there?

Its starting to take up time in the tv news and there was a big local tv news story about it last night. Still, it is mostly the foreigners that are leading the interest in the sports bars, which is ok because we need someone around to explain what the hell is going on. Really, though, I'd say the interest is still only moderate. But look at it this way: if only 10% of America is interested, thats 28 million. Most people I talk to are aware of it and some others are actively interested in it. A few years ago, no one, and I mean no one, would even be aware that the World Cup is going on.

And have you been getting up to watch the games
Yes for the US games and for France v. Glorious Denmark - some of the others I catch bits and pieces of since my drinking problem keeps me up at all the criminal hours anyway. Actually, I've used the games as an excuse to not only nurture my out-of-control drinking problem, but also to hide from my so-called 'girlfriend' who spends most of her time trying to heckle me into slavery. They also re-broadcast the US games during normal hours.

Cx340, I hate to look too far ahead, but if your boys knock Germany out, they'll be our friends forever

I've told you a thousand times, its the USA you are hoping for here, not Mexico. The illustrious American freedom fighters will succeed in their noble fight for mastery of this foreign sport and liberate it from the control of the overseas imperialist oppressors.

Vive la France!

kind regards,

RogueTrader
 
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 6:41 am

Mexico vs. USA. A though battle. Let's hope Mexico wins, but I tell you it will be really, really hard. I would have prefered Portugal, as weird as it sounds. The US play with a different style and that is sometimes harmful to Mexico. Anyway, good goalkeepers on both sides don't you guys think.
 
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 6:45 am

I'm very excited that the USA is playing Mexico. People from elsewhere may not believe this - but there is no rivalry in any sport between Mexico and the US whatsoever. There is no regular sports competition between the USA and Mexico that I know of. It would be really good to have some sports competition between the two countries and it would have other non-sports related benefits as well.

kind regards,

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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 7:14 am

Hello Everyone,

Well I´m another Mexican in the forum so I stand for Mexico!! But It could be a very tought game!!!! As AM744 said, the US got a different style from other teams! But definitely will be a great game!! Mexican United States more know as Mexico hope they can win this one! Also if for some reason Germany make it, can we said this will be the return match from France 98???

ghost77  Smile

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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 6:02 pm

Ah, RogueTrader, it is the job of girlfriends to heckle you into slavery. It is what they do. Mind you, my girlfriend is a sports nut, who like me was more than happy to watch England beat Argentina live in the pub (with copious amounts of alcohol) then go home and watch it again on BBC interactive, then watch the highlights later on ITV, then the highlights again on BBC - by which time I was sobering up and starting to suffer a daytime hangover. We did the same thing when Argentina went out - cue more celebratory drinking.

As for USA-Mexico, Mexico have impressed me, and I think they could go further, the USA look like they've achieved as much as they are going to, and very credible it is too. It is strange that there is no sporting rivalry between the two, maybe this will be a start!
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RE: World Cup 2002 - Round Of 16 Fixtures

Sat Jun 15, 2002 6:43 pm

Like Poland, i think stagefright got to the americans.

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