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Old 06-17-18, 03:53 PM
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USA definitely gonna win this shit. Weird thing though, I haven't seen any US games. They probably just advanced to the finals.

Seriously though.. Brazil or France got this. Fuck Germany.
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Brazil ain't got shit... game was tied 1-1 against Switzerland... they had many chance to score

Germany was suppose to "blow out" mexico and they went sicario on there ass's..

Love watching the disappointment of these germans faces around here. With there stupid make ups and jerseys. Sore losers.. hope my kids don't get to upset haha.

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Mexican People Cause Earthquake After Victory Against Germany

MEXICO CITY — Late Sunday morning, seismic sensors in Mexico City detected what was reported to be a small earthquake. But it was triggered in an “artificial manner,” according to the group monitoring the gauges.

“Possibly because of mass jumping,” said the group, the Institute of Geologic and Atmospheric Investigations in Mexico, which said that at least two of its sensors picked up the activity.

The cause of that mass jumping? Moments before, the Mexican men’s national soccer team had scored a goal against powerhouse Germany in their group-stage match in the World Cup in Moscow.

The Mexicans would hold on to win the match, 1-0, defeating Germany — the defending World Cup champions — and recording one of the biggest upsets in Mexico’s World Cup history.

One need only look at the seismic graphs in Mexico City to get a sense of the importance of the victory to Mexicans. But there was plenty of other evidence, too.

After the final whistle, households around the country erupted in joy. People poured into the streets to celebrate. Strangers embraced one another.

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Germany cancel World Cup media activity after Mexico loss as papers slam 'wimps'
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Sounds pretty cool, I'd like to go to Russia and see St Petersburg and Moscow.

St. Petersburg’s white nights light up fans’ World Cup

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World Cup match was the most-watched Spanish livestream ever

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Good to see streaming taking off and traditional TV packages dieing off. The times of making people pay for 300 channels when they only watch like 5 of those channels are quickly dieing off.
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Germany‘s last minute goal against Sweden

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Fucking phaggots!turnt it off when it was 1-1 @90 mins. I hate that extra time shit..
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Alot of thier key players are not playin

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this is why I don't really start paying attention to the world cup until the last 10 days or so.
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Coming Soon to the World Cup: More Beatdowns

NIZHNY NOVGOROD, Russia — After a week and a half of World Cup play one thing has become abundantly clear: the drop-off in quality is readily apparent once you move past the world’s 15 or so best teams.

Through Sunday, seven teams had managed a single goal in two games. Four had yet to score, although both Morocco and Saudi Arabia finally did in their third, and final, games of this tournament on Monday.

But the Saudis also gave up six goals in their first two games, including five in the World Cup opener. Tunisia, meanwhile, has surrendered seven goals in its two games but sits third in its group, instead of fourth, because Panama has managed to allow nine.

Raw statistics like these — but also more nuanced metrics like possession time — have emboldened those opposed to expanding this tournament to 48 teams, which is set to happen for the 2026 World Cup in North America, and maybe even sooner. Those critics of competitive imbalance got all the evidence they needed Sunday afternoon in Nizhny-Novgorod where, over the course of 37 first-half minutes, England scored five goals in a demolition of Panama, which is playing in its first World Cup.

The game finished, 6-1. It probably was not that close — a reality that had Panama Coach Hernan Gomez grasping for moral victories when it was mercifully over.

“I’m proud it wasn’t worse,” Gomez said of the shellacking. “After it was 5-0 at halftime it could have been a catastrophe.” (Gomez’s definition of catastrophe remained unclear.)

“We qualified,” he added, trying to take the long view. “We have to celebrate that.”

That, in fact, is the strongest argument for expanding the World Cup: inviting more teams gives those countries perpetually shut out at least a chance of one day joining soccer’s biggest party. Try telling a Panamanian that Felipe Baloy’s late consolation goal — the country’s first in the World Cup — was meaningless.

Still, the Panama massacre was one of a slew of games at this World Cup that involved teams that were completely overmatched, all of which makes the idea that this tournament is about to get 50 percent larger — and go far deeper into the world rankings every four years — a troubling thought.

Costa Rica Coach Oscar Ramirez’s team caught Brazil on an off-day last week. He kept 10 men behind the ball and prayed for most of the game but lost in stoppage time, anyway, when Brazil finally broke through for two goals. Afterward, Ramirez begged for forgiveness, acknowledging how outclassed his team had been.

“I think we have done our best considering our skills,” Ramirez said.

Four years ago, at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, Concacaf, the confederation that includes North and Central America, seemed ascendant. Costa Rica came within a penalty-kick shootout of reaching the semifinals. Mexico and the United States both qualified for the round of 16, and each came oh-so-close to victories that would have put them in the quarterfinals.

In Russia, Mexico is on the verge of going through to the round of 16 for a seventh consecutive World Cup. But everyone knows what happened to the United States in qualifying, and Costa Rica brought the same core of players — now four years older — that had that success in Brazil. Panama showed up with one of the oldest teams in the field, rewarding a generation of players that spent their careers trying to get to this stage. But its fate was so clear that some of its federation officials didn’t stay in Russia beyond the team’s first game.

Under FIFA’s formula for a 48-team tournament, even more teams with little hope of success will be invited. Asia will get 8 spots instead of 4.5; Africa 9 spots instead of 5; and Concacaf 6 spots instead of 3.5. South America, one of soccer’s strongest confederations, will get 6 spots instead of 4.5, and Europe will go to 16 from 13. Oceania, whose teams currently must survive an intercontinental playoff to get in the field, and which has qualified a team only twice since 1982, will now be guaranteed a place every four years.

Expanding the World Cup field had been a priority, morally but also politically, for FIFA President Gianni Infantino, who wants to build excitement for the world’s most-watched sporting event in more countries and grow revenues. Infantino has defended the expansion by pointing at how the sport has reached fever pitch in countries that traditionally did not make it to major tournaments; he specifically noted the recent emergence of Iceland, a nation that has developed a cult following since upsetting England at the European Championship in 2016. Iceland, too, is playing in its first World Cup this summer.

“We are in the 21st century, and we have to shape the football World Cup of the 21st century,” Infantino said in January 2017, after the expansion to 48 teams was approved. “Football is more than just Europe and South America. Football is global.”

FIFA did not immediately respond to requests for comment on World Cup expansion in recent days. But Reinhard Grindel, the leader of Germany’s soccer federation, said in a recent interview that he understood the desire to increase the size of the field, but added: “On the other hand, we can have the sorrow that this is not good for the quality of matches during the group stage.’’

To be fair, Concacaf’s teams have done better at the World Cup than their counterparts in Asia and Africa since the tournament expanded to 32 teams in 1998. From 1998-2014, 9 of 17 Concacaf teams have qualified for knockout play compared with 5 of 20 for Asia, and 6 of 26 for Africa. As of Monday night, no team from either Concacaf, Asia or Africa had qualified for the round of 16 in Russia.

Both Asia and Africa each have two teams with a chance to move on here this year, but two other entrants from those confederations, namely Saudi Arabia and Egypt, were destroyed by the home team, Russia, which was ranked 70th in the world coming into the tournament. Tunisia struggled to hold the ball for 30 percent of its match against England, and during the game’s final 15 minutes, England had 85 percent possession.

“The bigger powers have players at the top,” said Tab Ramos, an analyst for Telemundo and the youth technical director for U.S. Soccer. “When it counts, they make a play.”

Ramos’s prescription for improvement is as simple as it is complicated: to challenge the elite at the World Cup, the less established powers need nothing more and nothing less than more world-class players who compete regularly in top competitions like the Champions League. But those roster places are hard to find, especially if a player is from Tunisia, or Saudi Arabia, or Panama.

Those who support a 48-team field say the matter is more complicated than seeing a lopsided Panama-England score and concluding that more lopsided losses are on the way. Alexi Lalas, the former American international and Fox Sports commentator, said he did not see how having, say, the United States, Chile, the Netherlands, Ghana and Italy — five teams that failed to qualify — in Russia would be detrimental to the tournament’s quality.

“Look at the scenes after Panama scored against England,” Lalas wrote in an email of the beer-spilling celebration in the stands when Panama got its first World Cup goal. “A World Cup shouldn’t be a charity, but it is also more than a score line. I also think that, faced with the possibility of a World Cup appearance, teams will actually be motivated to improve in an effort to put their best foot forward in front of the world.”

Still, newcomers like Panama — and others — have a long way to go. After Sunday’s drubbing, Gomez described the England and Belgium squads that had thumped his team as “frightening.”

“This kind of game,” he said, “will tell you where you stand.”

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Russia World Cup most expensive ever with total spend of £10.6bn

The 2018 World Cup could be the most expensive in history, with Russian business news outlet RBK putting the total spend on the tournament at close to $14 billion (£10.6bn).

Russia has increased its government subsidies for the World Cup by $13 million amid concerns over the legacy of the tournament.

Two government orders allocate an extra $7.6m for temporary World Cup infrastructure and $5.3m to the state company responsible for maintaining the stadiums.

That takes total spending on the World Cup to around $10.7bn, although that figure does not include some key spending on infrastructure.

Several Russian regional officials have asked for more federal spending after the World Cup to stop the stadiums losing millions of dollars a year.

The venues are expensive to maintain and often several times larger than the average crowd for Russian league games.

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Germany is out!!

S.Korea scored two goals last 2 minutes of overtime

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Germany is out!!

S.Korea scored two goals last 2 minutes of overtime

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Last place in thier group... embarrassing lol..

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World Cup 2018: Cristiano Ronaldo is '50% of Portugal', says Diego Forlan

Uruguay will be "stopping 50% of Portugal" if they contain Cristiano Ronaldo in Saturday's last-16 World Cup tie, says former striker Diego Forlan.

Skipper Ronaldo has netted four times in Russia, including a hat-trick in his side's opening game against Spain.

Uruguay are the only team in the competition yet to concede a goal after their three group games.

"Ronaldo is a leader, the way he scores the goals and how important they are," Forlan told BBC Radio 5 live.

Real Madrid forward Ronaldo netted a brilliant last-minute free-kick to claim a point against Spain and also scored the winner in the game against Morocco.

He failed to find the net in the draw against Iran as his side finished second in Group B.

It set up a knockout stage meeting with two-time champions Uruguay, who topped Group A with maximum points ahead of hosts Russia, Saudi Arabia and Egypt.

"We are a very defensive team and have very good defenders," said Forlan, who scored 36 goals in 112 caps for Uruguay.

"Ronaldo is a great player but I am confident with our defence and how the team are doing.

"I am not worried defensively but we have to be careful, we have to be concentrated than other games. We respect everybody, it is not like we change because it is Portugal."

Forlan played with Ronaldo at Manchester United between 2003 and 2005 and acted as translator for the Portuguese when he joined from Sporting Lisbon.

Although he struggled to find his best form at Old Trafford, Forlan went on to play for Villarreal, Atletico Madrid and Inter Milan.

At the 2010 World Cup, he scored five goals as Uruguay finished fourth and claimed the golden ball award for the best player in the competition.

Asked if Ronaldo would be targeting the golden boot awarded given to the top scorer, Forlan said: "Ronaldo's way of living is that he likes challenges. He has achieved so many things so maybe it is OK for him to be like that.

"We have seen a different Ronaldo, he is more of a team player, he finishes and scores but others in the team do too. You do not see him shooting from all angles to get goals, this is why he is one of the best players in the world.

"He knows that if he does not play well and the other team-mates don't score, he will be out of the competition."

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Why France vs Argentina was one of the greatest World Cup games of all time

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Don't let Russia's World Cup success obscure history of cheating

So far, the most intriguing story of the 2018 World Cup just might be the surprising performance of Russia. When the Russians defeated Spain, the entire soccer world, including the news media, shouted as one from under the onion domes: Oh, what a Cinderella story.

Well, okay – if the glass slipper is full of human growth hormone.

What a stunning display of gullibility we are seeing from those who should know better: the networks, corporate sponsors, astute spectators and most in the news media. Russia is the most diabolical sports doping power on the planet. Punish it, as some have tried, and its officials move right along, lying, denying and obfuscating. This is the massive, state-sponsored cheating machine that has roared through Olympic Games and world championships with the kind of unabashed disregard for fair play and the rule of law that we last saw from East Germany.

And now we think they’re all clean? We find their story charming? So they cheat like crazy with their track and field athletes and swimmers and so many others, but not their soccer players?

What an embarrassment this is for international sports, and the worldwide sports media.

“It’s a farce,” Travis Tygart, CEO of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and the man who brought down Lance Armstrong, said Monday over the phone. “We know for a fact that the government of Russia, when it was awarded the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, saw the opportunity to exert national pride and power on the international stage and began doping athletes and swapping (urine) samples to achieve what it set out to achieve, which was winning the medal count and dominating its home Olympics. That’s been exposed. That’s undeniable.

“Now, they’re hosting another huge event. We know the doping system existed even as they continue to deny it, and we also know there’s a direct connection from that system to football in Russia. They've proven that they'll go to any lengths to win, and the testing results we’ve seen have been abysmal. We’re fools to believe it’s any different this time around from what happened in Sochi. They’re just laughing behind our backs.”

The World Anti-Doping Agency’s 2016 McLaren Report found that from 2011-2015, there were more than 600 positive drug tests that were covered up by Russian officials, including 139 in track and field, 18 in swimming and 11 in soccer.

In other words, soccer was not separate from Russia’s government-led doping. It was an integral part of it.

Russian deputy prime minister Vitaly Mutko was Russia’s minister of sport from 2008-2016 and chairman of the country’s 2018 World Cup bid. In December 2017, the International Olympic Committee banned him for life for his role in the doping conspiracy. But FIFA? Nothing to see here. There were no sanctions at all.

This is particularly egregious because former Russian laboratory director and 2016 doping whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov told the Associated Press that Mutko told him to cover up any doping in Russian soccer to “avoid any scandal.”

What’s more, the drug testing at the World Cup is not as strong as that done at the Olympic Games. Random athletes are being picked for testing after every game, but unlike the Olympics, there are no WADA independent observers present, only FIFA testers.

And just last weekend, Denis Cheryshev, a Russian star in the World Cup, denied taking banned substances after his father reportedly said his son was injected with “growth hormone” before the tournament.

On and on it goes. Of course it does. These are the Russians. It’s what they do. Even though Mutko quit as both head of the World Cup organizing committee and the Russian Football Union, he’s still floating around.

“Congratulations,” he told TASS after Russia’s penalty-kick victory over Spain Sunday. “Everything is fine. I congratulate all and thank all who were beside the team, who believed in them.”

When Mutko is happy, look out. He is one of the most accomplished sports cheaters of the 21st century. No matter how many happy stories you read about Russian soccer over the next few days, ask yourself this question: Why would he and his friends stop now?

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Don't let Russia's World Cup success obscure history of cheating

So far, the most intriguing story of the 2018 World Cup just might be the surprising performance of Russia. When the Russians defeated Spain, the entire soccer world, including the news media, shouted as one from under the onion domes: Oh, what a Cinderella story.

Well, okay – if the glass slipper is full of human growth hormone.

What a stunning display of gullibility we are seeing from those who should know better: the networks, corporate sponsors, astute spectators and most in the news media. Russia is the most diabolical sports doping power on the planet. Punish it, as some have tried, and its officials move right along, lying, denying and obfuscating. This is the massive, state-sponsored cheating machine that has roared through Olympic Games and world championships with the kind of unabashed disregard for fair play and the rule of law that we last saw from East Germany.

And now we think they’re all clean? We find their story charming? So they cheat like crazy with their track and field athletes and swimmers and so many others, but not their soccer players?

What an embarrassment this is for international sports, and the worldwide sports media.

“It’s a farce,” Travis Tygart, CEO of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and the man who brought down Lance Armstrong, said Monday over the phone. “We know for a fact that the government of Russia, when it was awarded the 2014 Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, saw the opportunity to exert national pride and power on the international stage and began doping athletes and swapping (urine) samples to achieve what it set out to achieve, which was winning the medal count and dominating its home Olympics. That’s been exposed. That’s undeniable.

“Now, they’re hosting another huge event. We know the doping system existed even as they continue to deny it, and we also know there’s a direct connection from that system to football in Russia. They've proven that they'll go to any lengths to win, and the testing results we’ve seen have been abysmal. We’re fools to believe it’s any different this time around from what happened in Sochi. They’re just laughing behind our backs.”

The World Anti-Doping Agency’s 2016 McLaren Report found that from 2011-2015, there were more than 600 positive drug tests that were covered up by Russian officials, including 139 in track and field, 18 in swimming and 11 in soccer.

In other words, soccer was not separate from Russia’s government-led doping. It was an integral part of it.

Russian deputy prime minister Vitaly Mutko was Russia’s minister of sport from 2008-2016 and chairman of the country’s 2018 World Cup bid. In December 2017, the International Olympic Committee banned him for life for his role in the doping conspiracy. But FIFA? Nothing to see here. There were no sanctions at all.

This is particularly egregious because former Russian laboratory director and 2016 doping whistleblower Grigory Rodchenkov told the Associated Press that Mutko told him to cover up any doping in Russian soccer to “avoid any scandal.”

What’s more, the drug testing at the World Cup is not as strong as that done at the Olympic Games. Random athletes are being picked for testing after every game, but unlike the Olympics, there are no WADA independent observers present, only FIFA testers.

And just last weekend, Denis Cheryshev, a Russian star in the World Cup, denied taking banned substances after his father reportedly said his son was injected with “growth hormone” before the tournament.

On and on it goes. Of course it does. These are the Russians. It’s what they do. Even though Mutko quit as both head of the World Cup organizing committee and the Russian Football Union, he’s still floating around.

“Congratulations,” he told TASS after Russia’s penalty-kick victory over Spain Sunday. “Everything is fine. I congratulate all and thank all who were beside the team, who believed in them.”

When Mutko is happy, look out. He is one of the most accomplished sports cheaters of the 21st century. No matter how many happy stories you read about Russian soccer over the next few days, ask yourself this question: Why would he and his friends stop now?

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Stupid article.

I watched the whole game and they won fair and square and I was rooting for spajn

They doping then the whole league doping.

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Stupid article.

I watched the whole game and they won fair and square and I was rooting for spajn

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exactly. which is why Lance Armstrong should be given his titles back. he wasn't doing anything that anyone else wasn't doing. as with anything in life, people will always try to gain an advantage. it's human nature. the people that have this moral code and "play fair" usually lose.
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exactly. which is why Lance Armstrong should be given his titles back. he wasn't doing anything that anyone else wasn't doing. as with anything in life, people will always try to gain an advantage. it's human nature. the people that have this moral code and "play fair" usually lose.
Cause lance admitted to it.. what fuck wit would do such a thing..
He must of had a fucked up conciousness or something..
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is the game on now? terrible schedule for peeps on the west coast. its fucken 7:30am nobody gonna watch that shit live here.
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is the game on now? terrible schedule for peeps on the west coast. its fucken 7:30am nobody gonna watch that shit live here.
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is the game on now? terrible schedule for peeps on the west coast. its fucken 7:30am nobody gonna watch that shit live here.
Its like UFC. I can't watch it live cause it starts 3 am my time.

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Old 07-15-18, 09:55 AM
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Coach of the french team Didier Claude Deschamps. Lead the french team as captain in 1998 to capture the world cup.

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Crotia is getting destroyed!!

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Good for Croatia on the win. Great come from behind win. What dreams are made of.

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Good for Croatia on the win. Great come from behind win. What dreams are made of.

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Stop smoking that shit

I was rooting for the negros... crazy that half the team was 19!!

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Old 07-15-18, 02:59 PM
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They'll lose to USA in the final.

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Old 07-17-18, 02:24 PM
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EVERYDAY MONEY

France’s 19-Year-Old Soccer Star Kylian Mbappé Is Donating His Entire World Cup Winnings to Charity


Kylian Mbappé, France’s breakout star of*the 2018 World Cup, continues to surprise his fans—this time with his philanthropy.
The France forward has not disappointed Paris Saint-Germain after they signed him to the national team in 2017 for £166 million. Mbappé’s memorable four goals in seven World Cup games not only helped France to their huge international victory but also made him the second-youngest player to score a goal at the World Cup (the youngest player to score a World Cup goal is Brazilian soccer legend Pelé).
Now, the 19-year-old is planning to help hospitalized and disabled children have the chance to play by donating all of his World Cup earnings to the charity Premiers de Cordée, which provides free sports instruction for children with disabilities, according to the French news outlet*L’Equipe. Mbappé, who has been supporting the association since 2017, felt that his World Cup winnings were better served helping a humanitarian cause, according to*L’Equipe.

Mbappé earns approximately £17,000 ($19,915) per game, as well as an additional £265,000 ($310,2017) in bonuses he earned from France’s win, according to*Sports Illustrated. Calculated as of Monday morning for Mbappé’s seven World Cup games and championship bonus, the French forward would be donating approximately $449,606, or £384,000.

On top of donating his earrings, Mbappé has been known to drop by the association to play with the children. “Kylian, he is a great person,” the general manager of the Premiers de Cordée, Sebastian Ruffin,*told the French news outlet*Le Parisien.*“When his schedule allows it, he intervenes for us with pleasure, He has a very good relationship with the children—he aways finds the right [words] to encourage them.”
Mbappé seems to have inspired other members of France’s team. According to*L’Equipe, some players are donating part of their earnings to fund an educational trip to Russia for 25 students of the Jean-Renoir College in Bondy.


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Old 07-17-18, 02:28 PM
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by donating he'll become a bigger moral hero and thus earn more sponsorship money. he just made himself more money by donating his money. smart little fella. secretly he don't give 2 shits about charity. he told me so. i don't speak his language though so i just assumed.
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By donating and winning he got mad pussy...

Fucker is fast as shit and shit is fast

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