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Are The Usa Team And Fans Naive?

http://bleacherreport.com/articles/411640-are-the-usa-team-and-fans-naive

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I think football is begining to gain huge followership in the US

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If there is one reason i am happy that USA is out its sooooooo that i don't have to listen to there terrible pundits.

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^^^must be dat alexi lalas guy. dat guy is annoying and had been more of a fan-boy than an actual analyst. i'm happy the ghanians were able to deflate their overbloated ego. an over-rated but average side who struggled to get results in all of its matches

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You meant this or you fabricated it? that means the Americans started watching football free years ago.

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Not only are they gullible, dem over-sabi too much. Because their team scored in the 91st minute, ,we no dey hear word for here anymore.

Exactly.

They were even saying on CNN that no team ever comes back from two goals down to equalize, which makes the USA equalizer in their game against Slovenia extraordinary!

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Not only are they gullible, dem over-sabi too much. Because their team scored in the 91st minute, ,we no dey hear word for here anymore. CNN,ESPN, even Obama himself gave a speech. Dem just dey replay and over-play the goal since that evening. Na only today we dey hear of injury-time goal? what will then happen if dem come win world cup? the world no go hear word again for the next 4 years. That would surely be the Agenda on the next 10 UN meetings.

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I like as Ghana win them. at least ESPN go show other sports small,

Person no de hear word for ESPN again since donovan score for 91st minutes, ESPN come make soccer de boring for me, them de over show usa team.

Before the match, what USA journalists were saying, I quote, "Ghana is a team we will beat comfortably"

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