FIFA World Cup 2014 - Brazil

Discussion in 'Overseas Football' started by MrCelery, Jul 13, 2010.

  1. MrCelery

    MrCelery Well-Known Member


    Four years is not a long time. Some useful links:
  2. marinermick

    marinermick Well-Known Member

    see you there
  3. Wilsons

    Wilsons Member

    Argentina v Brazil final!!
  4. marinermick

    marinermick Well-Known Member

    It's time for the South Americans to step up. The last three finals have been won by European teams.

    Or is it just the power of South American teams are waning?
  5. FFC Mariner

    FFC Mariner Well-Known Member

    England will win this, its our time.
  6. bjw

    bjw bjw

  7. dibo

    dibo Well-Known Member

    the three greatest words any football supporter can know. all of the hope, love and devotion, the tolerance of the interminable kicks to the guts, the confidence (in spite of everything) that it will all come together and the irrational optimism that it will be this year, this time. all in three little words.
  8. fedelta

    fedelta New Member

  9. bjw

    bjw bjw

    +2 (maybe/hopefully)
  10. Kareem

    Kareem Well-Known Member

  11. Arabmariner

    Arabmariner New Member

    Scotland will qualify for this.

    It's our time.....
  12. marinermick

    marinermick Well-Known Member

    arrrrrh, thinking it was france but brazil beat germany

    france was four years before that
  13. Paolo

    Paolo Well-Known Member

    Cheap coke n football...I'm in
  14. marinermick

    marinermick Well-Known Member

    don't forget to add that eight out of the twelve host cities are beachside
  15. MrCelery

    MrCelery Well-Known Member

    The Netherlands will win it.

    It's our (4th time)...
  16. MrCelery

    MrCelery Well-Known Member

    On the down side - it's gonna be winter.  :'(

    On the up side:

    Brazil Weather - A 4,500-mile coastline with plenty of winter sun
    The weather is consistently warm all year round along the coast of the Bahia and Northeastern regions, with temperatures never dropping much below 30C, but there can be a lot of rain from April to September in Bahia and from March to August in the Northeast (Although Natal, the city of the sun, still has over 300 days of sunshine each year). Further south in Rio, however, November to April are the wettest months. Here, the temperatures rise from 25C in June-September to 30C in January and February. With over 4,500 miles of coastline, and many superb beaches Brazil is a fabulous holiday destination all year, and is particularly attractive for anyone looking for some winter sun.

  17. MrCelery

    MrCelery Well-Known Member

    Only one of the cities, but wow - great video!

    Promo for the 2016 Olympics:
  18. fedelta

    fedelta New Member

    Most likely going, have a mate who lives in Sao Paolo (Y)
  19. bjw

    bjw bjw


    No more jesus :(
  20. fedelta

    fedelta New Member

    doesn't look like a fool anymore

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