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All Whites game 2

Written By: - Date published: 9:49 pm, June 20th, 2010 - 27 comments
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No, I’m not staying up for it. Have fun, those of you who do! Guess I’ll be kicking myself if the All Whites pull off a miracle…

27 comments on “All Whites game 2 ”

  1. r0b 1

    Predictions? I’ll let my optimism run wild and say 2:1 to Italy!

  2. Loco 2



    I will be staying up, work will be a struggle in the morning but should be fine. I will be happy if they can grab a goal!! Good Luck Guys.

  3. artist not on the dole 3


  4. Hateatea 4

    1-1 at half time. Italy having more of the possession but they are hanging on in there. Kia kaha

  5. The Voice of Reason 5


  6. freedom 6

    and the world is getting worried

  7. Hateatea 7

    You beauties!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Well done team

  8. Fisiani 8

    Kick yourself Rob

  9. Bunji 9


    captcha: efforts – as in the All Whites magnificent…

  10. Cnr Joe 10

    We’re all football fans now Mr Lhaws

  11. hellonearthis 11

    wow, i mean, WOW – nice 1:1 all whites

  12. lprent 12

    It is impressive that they held Italy to a draw. That is going to upset some Italians

  13. See what 9 good years of Helen Clark’s rule has resulted in …

    • Gosman 13.1

      Naughty, naughty mickysavage! 🙂

      Equally someone could claim that the All Whites suddenly became competitive with the advent of John Key’s National led Government, but that would just be cheeky 😉

    • Santi 13.2

      Yes, micky. HC and her deadly touch stuffed the ABs for nine long years 🙂

  14. BLiP 14

    90 minutes of tearing around the pitch and two, yep count ’em, one, two points. What a lot of fuss.

    Nah, seriously: good on ya lads. I’m proud of youse.

    • Inventory2 14.1

      BLiP – it’s the same number of points as England, and one more than Australia, and they’ve scored more goals than both!

      David may not have slain Goliath, but he gave him a right good contest.

  15. fatty 15

    “David may not have slain Goliath, but he gave him a right good contest.”

    David gave him a good kick in the nuts, then ran away laughing

  16. Zaphod Beeblebrox 16

    Actually don’t think Italy played that bad. Some awesome shots at goal. How good are Nelson and Paston though.

  17. Carol2 17

    It’s put a real downer on the Italian Festival (festivities ?) in Wellington.

    My 86 yr old mother rang me this morning in a very excited state to tell me about it .. she was backing the Italians.

  18. I have been involved in football for over 35 years. These results are so amazing. I honestly never thought that in my life time our team would achieve what they have in these last two games. To get this result against Italy (oh for the Woods shot to have crept in the corner of the goal) beggers the belief of all footy fans and is one that any other nation in the world would cherish. The team has made me feel so proud, personally, and for footy in NZ. Congratulations to the All Whites – heroes every one! Can we be up for one more time on Friday?


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