After four years, time has come for Brazil's revenge for its bitter (lopsided?!) loss to France in the 1998 World Cup. But I would like my old favorite Cameroon to lower the upset axe on the heavies. And it's wait and see for the Sacramento Kings - after that bizzare "assist" by their Serbian center Vlade Divac to Robert Horry who swished the net for the game-winning three-pointer in Game 4 - if their inexperienced side has the stern stuff to bounce back from that bitter loss. Would Lewis-Tyson steal the show?
"Knowledge is power, but enthusiasm is the key." -- Lavern Barn
Brazil used three coaches and seventy-two players to qualify. They just scraped the last qualifying place in their group. Having said that they are the only country to qualify for every world cup ever. Will they win ? I don't think so.
Hey Mark, sounds like you've watched Braveheart one too many times.
George, youd be surprised to know how many Scottish people have adopted Sweden as their national team this weekend Go Larsson! For any Scottish people out there reading the board this is the site for you: Not At The World Cup [ May 29, 2002: Message edited by: Mark Fletcher ]
Mark Fletcher - http://www.markfletcher.org/blog I had some Java certs, but they're too old now...
I registered for notAtTheWorldCup. Nice game, although I am not even in the 4th or 5th grade scotish. :roll: Don't know that High Road stuff or the beer. TEAMNAME Borussia Moenchengladbach, DISPLAY NAME Uli Burowka. (Uli Burowka was a professional german football player who got into serious alcohol problems and emigrated to Poland, without being polish himself.) [ May 30, 2002: Message edited by: Axel Janssen ]