Ghana's qualification for the 2nd round (knock-out) stage absolutely rocks. I'm African and even though my country (Nigeria) failed miserably at the group stage, it really is an added consolation with perfomance.
The REFERREEING has been absolutely been very dismal to saay the least. Some of them seem to 4get the football is a contact sport and not a game of "cricket" (no offence to the proteas). SOLUTION: have all the referrees slated for a world cup tournament from all continents undergo a refresher course months b4 the world cup, intimating with any new rules and regulations regarding officiating..............
what do yall think?
What rocks? England actually won a game yesterday. (nearly fainted in shock!)
What sucks? Were playing germany next and really can't see us winning!
As for your other point, I do think the over-theatrical 'injuries' don't help with the referee's decicions. Honestly sometimes you would think they were in drama class!
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