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  1. Nope Nothing excited 3rd goal was in stoppage time
  2. I can pre make the daily chats but I guess it might clutter the forum so if your up for it go ahead Thanks Woohoo I can take over again for the knockout stages
  3. Perfect please keep on doing this I won't be able to update any posts from Sunday to next sunday or maybe longer
  4. Well as requested instead of one thread per match we will be doing one thread per day which is a good idea especially for tomorrow/today where we have 4! Matches today Schedule Columbia vs Greece Group C Estadio Mineirao Belo Horizonte 13:00 Uruguay vs Costa Rica Group D Estadio Castelao Fortaleza 16:00 England vs Italy Group D Arena Amazonia Manaus 18:00 Ivory Coast vs Japan Group C Arena Pernambuco Recife 22:00 All day you can chat in this one Thread Easier for everyone
  5. So basically everyone is getting a share of the pie but how do you decide what network to watch
  6. LOL Chile that's what happens when you play around should have already been 4-0
  7. lol we suck no wonder no aussies are'nt waking up
  8. So what's your reaction to the games played why you were asleep
  9. Line-ups CHILE AUSTRALIA 1 C. BRAVO (GK)© 1 RYAN (GK) 2 MENA 2 FRANJIC 4 ISLA 3 DAVIDSON 7 ALEXIS 4 CAHILL 8 VIDAL 5 MILLIGAN 10 VALDIVIA 6 SPIRANOVIC 11 VARGAS 7 LECKIE 17 MEDEL 11 OAR 18 JARA 15 JEDINAK © 20 CH. ARÁNGUIZ 22 WILKINSON 21 DIAZ 23 BRESCIANO Substitutes Substitutes 12 TOSELLI (GK) 12 LANGERAK (GK) 23 HERRERA (GK) 18 GALEKOVIC (GK) 3 ALBORNOZ 8 WRIGHT 5 SILVA 9 TAGGART 6 CARMONA 10 HALLORAN 9 PINILLA 13 BOZANIC 13 ROJAS 14 TROISI 14 ORELLANA 16 HOLLAND 15 BEAUSEJOUR 17 MCKAY 16 GUTIÉRREZ 19 MCGOWAN 19 FUENZALIDA 20 VIDOSIC 22 PAREDES 21 LUONGO Coach Coach Jorge SAMPAOLI (ARG) Ange POSTECOGLOU (AUS) WEATHER Arena Pantanal, Cuiaba Clear Night 29° CTemperature 14 m/sWind 55 %Humidity should redo lineups CHI 1C. BRAVO (GK)© 2MENA 4ISLA 7ALEXIS 8VIDAL 10VALDIVIA 11VARGAS 17MEDEL 18JARA 20CH. ARÁNGUIZ 21DIAZ AUS 1RYAN (GK) 2FRANJIC 3DAVIDSON 4CAHILL 5MILLIGAN 6SPIRANOVIC 7LECKIE 11OAR 15JEDINAK © 22WILKINSON 23BRESCIANO
  10. Like I said I'm out of town at camp till the day the knockout stages start. I most likely will have no service to sneak my phone to post so I will make per day Threads till sunday when I have internet access for a few hours and then can make the rest . If one of you wants to help or you want to make a thread for a specific match no problem. The real problem is having a specific thread for matches no one really cares about like Chile vs Australia
  11. Alright We're going with number two. We'll go back to individual match threads at the knockout stages
  12. BTW those that were just watching the match I asking what people think about the Match day threads the options are 1.Same way we're doing 2.One Thread per day(Everyone asked has answered this way) 3.use the specific group threads 4.Other What do you guys think
  13. No reports it's posted on the USOC Facebook page
  14. In-Progress and Post-Match Video Highlights from ESPN FC, Live Matches on WatchESPN featured in Google Search ESPN announced today that in-progress and post-match highlights from ESPN FC and live matches on WatchESPN for the 2014 FIFA World Cup will be featured on Google for relevant game, team, and tournament searches. Searchers coming to Google looking for information on the World Cup are often looking for video replays of exciting moments of the tournament and where to watch matches live. With this new integration, searchers will be able to access links to ESPN FC for highlights right after they happen during the game across computers, smartphones and tablets. Additionally, links to live matches on WatchESPN will be featured in search queries with the intent to watch a live World Cup match. The agreement with ESPN marks the first fresh in-game video highlights integration for sports on Google Search. “As befits the world’s biggest sporting event, ESPN and Google are teaming up for the first time to make ESPN FC video highlights available instantly to millions of fans and to make it easier to find live games on WatchESPN within Google Search,” said John Kosner, Executive Vice President, ESPN Digital and Print Media. “It is the latest example of how ESPN leads the marketplace with powerful digital solutions that delight fans and excite advertisers.” “We are delighted to work with ESPN to bring fans video highlights during live matches through Google Search,” said Anjali Joshi, Vice President, Product Management. “People come to Google for answers and information, and giving them direct access to the biggest moments throughout the World Cup tournament is a great user experience.” During the tournament, search results from World Cup-related queries will feature a fresh detailed timeline of match stats during the game – including goals, penalties, red cards and more – within Google Search. Within the timeline, the biggest moments will feature companion video that users can view on ESPNFC.com shortly after they happen. Additionally, live matches on WatchESPN.com and the WatchESPN app will be featured within searches specific to watching live World Cup matches. Videos will be available to users of Google.com or the Google Search app located in the United States. More GREAT News America is ready to catch World Cup fever early in 2014. ESPN’s opening broadcast of the Brazil-hosted tournament, between the host nation and Croatia, drew a 3.2 overnight rating. That’s up 52% from the South Africa-Mexico opener in 2010 (which drew a 2.1 overnight rating). ESPN has only been keeping overnight figures since 1998, but that marks the best overnight rating ever for the opening match on ESPN. The match, which was marred by controversy, drew higher ratings than either of NBCSN’s telecasts of the Stanley Cup Final. The game also nearly topped 10 million total viewers. Univision’s Spanish-language telecast drew 5.1 million, while ESPN hit with a cool 4.4 million. For the non-math majors, that equals a cool 9.9 million viewers for the opening match. Locally, you always wonder what markets are big for international soccer. The top 10 for ESPN were Washington (5.1), Boston (5.0), Miami (4.7), Los Angeles (4.6), New York (4.5), San Francisco (4.3), Hartford (4.3), Providence (3.9), Austin (3.9) and Orlando (3.8). A lot of very large cities with soccer cultures and big immigrant populations. A big rating for the opening match is a good sign for the rest of the tournament, which is mostly airing when Americans on the east coast can watch. A 4 p.m. ET Thursday match getting a large audience is certainly a good sign. Welcome to another month of World Cup fever.
  15. Ok I putting it up here since this is what's active right now How to proceed with Game Day Match Thread 1.Continue with this format(not likely because someone would have to take over for me and it clutters the forum) 2.Make 1 Thread per day I can Pre make before I leave 3.Use the specific group Thread 4.Other I would go with 2 but what do you guys prefer
  16. I will do that starting tomorrow I'll have to pre make them because I'm going out of TV land till the knockout stages
  17. ESP 1I. CASILLAS (GK)© 3PIQUÉ 6A. INIESTA 8XAVI 14ALONSO 15RAMOS 16SERGIO 18JORDI ALBA 19DIEGO COSTA 21SILVA 22AZPILICUETA NED 1CILLESSEN (GK) 2VLAAR 3DE VRIJ 4MARTINS INDI 5BLIND 6DE JONG 7JANMAAT 8DE GUZMAN 9V. PERSIE © 10SNEIJDER 11ROBBEN WEATHER Arena Fonte Nova, Salvador Partly Cloudy 27° CTemperature 12 m/sWind 87 %Humidity
  18. all right wrapping this up Moving on to the Match of the Day Spain vs Netherlands Live Chat on Match 3 post
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