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Posté le 09-01-2011 à 16:45:43  profilanswer
 

Prévu du 8 au 18 janvier, le 13ème Championnat U-17 de l'OFC s'annonce différent des éditions précédentes. En effet, si les hôtes néo-zélandais partent une fois de plus favoris à leur propre succession, la compétition est étendue à dix équipes cette année, contre quatre seulement en 2009. De nombreuses formations océaniennes se composent de joueurs issus de tout nouveaux centres de formation, aussi peut-on s'attendre à un tournoi acharné, d'autant que la qualification pour la Coupe du Monde U-17 de la FIFA, Mexique 2011, est également en jeu.
 
La compétition se déroulera dans le stade North Harbour d'Auckland, siège de la finale de la Coupe du Monde U-17 de la FIFA en 1999. Les équipes sont réparties en deux groupes : la poule A réunit les Samoa américaines, Fidji, la Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée, Vanuatu et la Nouvelle-Zélande, tandis que le groupe B comprend la Nouvelle-Calédonie, Tahiti, les Îles Cook, les Salomon et Tonga.
 
Les champions en titre à rude épreuve
A Nigeria 2009, les protégés de Steve Cain sont entrés dans l'histoire du football néo-zélandais en atteignant pour la première fois le deuxième tour d'une compétition FIFA. A l'époque, les jeunes All Whites n'avaient eu à écarter que trois adversaires pour rejoindre l'élite mondiale, mais leurs performances au Nigeria avaient témoigné des fulgurants progrès accomplis par le sport roi au Pays du long nuage blanc. Cette année, cependant, tout porte à croire que les Kiwis devront se battre bec et ongles pour conserver leur couronne continentale.
 
Cette semaine a été marquée par les forfaits du milieu d'Albany James Debenham, pour un bras cassé, et du défenseur de Canterbury Shawn O’Brien, blessé au pied. L'entraîneur anglais Cain, qui a déclaré se méfier plus particulièrement de Fidji et Vanuatu, s'est dit satisfait de l'équilibre offensif de son effectif. "L'équipe dispose d'éléments extrêmement talentueux et rapides", assure-t-il. "Nous espérons prendre le jeu à notre compte. Nous aurons affaire à des adversaires aussi solides que disciplinés et nous tenterons de leur imposer notre rythme. Nous jouons chez nous et nous aurons à coeur de chercher les filets dès que nous aurons le ballon."
 
De nombreux joueurs vanuatais ont pris part au tournoi de qualification il y a deux ans, une expérience qui se révélera des plus précieuses pour les garçons de Wilson August. De leur côté, les Fidjiens se sont longuement préparés sous la houlette d'un ancien international célèbre, Hussain Sahib, dans l'espoir de renouer avec leur réputation de poids lourds du Pacifique. La Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée sera, elle aussi, surveillée de près eu égard à ses succès historiques en 2010, soit la qualification du champion national Hekari United pour la Coupe du Monde des Clubs de la FIFA et la place de finaliste décrochée par les Papouasiennes en Coupe Féminine des Nations de l'OFC.
 
Une nouvelle génération
Les deux premières places seront sans nul doute chèrement disputées dans le Groupe B, où l'on s'attend à une lutte à trois entre Tahiti et Vanuatu, deuxième et troisième en 2009, et les Salomon. Ces dernières années, la Nouvelle-Calédonie, les Salomon et Vanuatu ont créé des centres de formation destinés aux juniors d'élite, dont bon nombre auront l'occasion de faire leurs preuves à Auckland.
 
Riche de talents, l'archipel des Salomon ne doit jamais être sous-estimé au niveau continental. De plus, les Katukatus connaissent une impressionnante montée en puissance. Outre leur victoire lors du tournoi international TVL disputé à Vanuatu l'an dernier, ils ont récemment tenu en échec à deux reprises les stars du onze d'Honiara, avant de s'imposer sur le puissant Marist FC. "Nous avons travaillé le mental et nos joueurs sont prêts à affronter n'importe quelle équipe du championnat", affirme le coach Chris Asipara.
 
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Group A      
 
08/01/11 13:30 American Samoa Fiji North Harbour Stadium  0-9
08/01/11 16:00 Vanuatu Papua New Guinea North Harbour Stadium  2-0
10/01/11 13:30 Papua New Guinea Fiji North Harbour Stadium    
10/01/11 16:00 Vanuatu New Zealand North Harbour Stadium    
12/01/11 13:30 Fiji New Zealand North Harbour Stadium    
12/01/11 16:00 Papua New Guinea American Samoa North Harbour Stadium    
14/01/11 13:30 New Zealand American Samoa North Harbour Stadium    
14/01/11 16:00 Fiji Vanuatu North Harbour Stadium    
16/01/11 13:00 American Samoa Vanuatu North Harbour Stadium    
16/01/11 13:00 New Zealand Papua New Guinea North Harbour Stadium    
 
Group B      
 
09/01/11 13:30 New Caledonia Solomon Islands North Harbour Stadium  1-2
09/01/11 16:00 Tonga Tahiti North Harbour Stadium  0-8
11/01/11 13:30 Solomon Islands Tahiti North Harbour Stadium    
11/01/11 16:00 New Caledonia Cook Islands North Harbour Stadium    
13/01/11 13:30 Tahiti Cook Islands North Harbour Stadium    
13/01/11 16:00 Solomon Islands Tonga North Harbour Stadium    
15/01/11 13:30 Cook Islands Tonga North Harbour Stadium    
15/01/11 16:00 Tahiti New Caledonia North Harbour Stadium    
17/01/11 13:00 Tonga New Caledonia North Harbour Stadium    
17/01/11 13:00 Cook Islands Solomon Islands North Harbour Stadium    
 
3/4 Playoff      
19/01/11 13:30     North Harbour Stadium    
Final      
19/01/11 16:00     North Harbour Stadium    
 
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Match Day One Review
 
The Fijian squad sent out a warning to its Group A rivals on day one of the OFC U-17 Championship at North Harbour Stadium today, putting nine unanswered goals past American Samoa in an impressive display of skill and flair.
 
The afternoon’s other match did not provide as much goalmouth excitement but there was no shortage of drama as Vanuatu edged out Papua New Guinea 2-0 in an absorbing contest.
 
Underdogs American Samoa did well to keep Fiji scoreless for the majority of the first half but could do little to prevent a piece of individual brilliance from Narend Rao in the 40th minute. The midfielder danced his way through several challenges before firing a low shot past goalkeeper Taufaiula Mavaega to finally open the scoring.
 
Losefo Verevou added a second just before half-time with another spectacular goal, curling the ball over Mavaega from wide on the right, before the floodgates opened in the second half. Akram Hussain scored twice and Rao added his second, while Al-taaf Sahib, Vineel Naidu and Shane Kumar also got in on the goal-scoring fun.
 
American Samoa’s day of misery was complete when big defender Lalotoa Vaeao put a header into his own net in injury time.
 
Despite the heavy nature of the win, Fiji coach Hussain Sahib was complimentary of his opponents’ determined effort and admits there were a few nerves on the bench before the deadlock was broken.
 
“In the first half they defended very well and we were waiting for that first goal,” he says. “The second goal was very timely as it made the second half so much easier for us.
 
“We have a lot of things to work on, especially in the midfield. We gave away a lot of ball and we can’t afford to do that against the other teams.”
 
The clash between Vanuatu and Papua New Guinea was expected to be an even match-up and so it proved, the winners needing a penalty late in the first half to get their noses in front. The spot kick was tucked away coolly by Santino Mermer and Vanuatu all but wrapped the game up in the 59th minute when Michel Coulon smashed the ball past goalkeeper Charles Lepani from close range.
 
Coach Wilson August says his young charges need to improve in several areas but was delighted to have started the campaign with a win.
 
“They played well and did what we asked of them. That’s what football is all about,” he says.
 
Papua New Guinea counterpart John Davani felt his side performed well but was disappointed with the manner of the goals.
 
“We were unfortunate to concede that penalty and, for the second goal, I thought the boys were ball watching and not worrying about the free men,” he says.
 
“But I don’t want to take anything away from Vanuatu because they were fast, especially up front, and dominated the first half. I thought we pushed them to the limit in the second half and in the process of attacking we exposed ourselves.”
 
Attention turns to Group B tomorrow when New Caledonia take on Solomon Islands at 1.30pm and Tonga face Tahiti from 4pm.
 
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Day Two Review
 
Tahiti have followed in the footsteps of Fiji by making their ability immediately apparent at the OFC U-17 Championship. The Fijians hit nine goals yesterday and Tahiti went just one worse today, beating Tonga 8-0 to underline their title credentials.
 
In the earlier Group B match played today, Solomon Islands emerged as 2-1 winners over New Caledonia after an evenly-matched contest that could have gone either way.
 
This year’s event is Tonga’s first ever appearance at the OFC U-17 Championship and the Chris Williams-coached side was always going to find the going tough in Auckland. But they would not have expected to be on the receiving end of such an inspired onslaught from Tahiti, who were four goals up within 27 minutes.
 
The Tahitians’ passing and movement was of the highest order as Tevairoa Tehuritaua, twice, Ahonui Tahi and Tauhiti Keck all got their names on the scoresheet in the first half. Tehuritaua completed his hat-trick in the second spell and added another for good measure, while Tihoni Yohann and substitute Heremana Teikiteepupuni also found the net.
 
“We asked our boys to keep the ball and they respected what we had told them so that was pleasing to see,” coach Patrice Flaccadori says.
 
In an ominous sign for Tahiti’s Group B rivals, who include fellow title contenders Solomon Islands and New Caledonia, Flaccadori believes there is still more to come from his young charges and sees no reason why they can’t go all the way.
 
Tonga coach Williams does not have such lofty goals but still feels his side has much to gain from the tournament.
 
“It’s about development of players for us,” he says. “Eight of our players are under 15 so they will have had the benefit of coming here already when they go to the next tournament in two years.”
 
Today’s other clash was far from such a one-sided affair and the points may well have been shared if luck had been a bit more on New Caledonia’s side.
 
Solomon Islands targetman John Bitiai used his lengthy frame to good effect in the 11th minute when he looped a header over goalkeeper Jordan Usike but New Caledonia drew level just seven minutes later through Thomas Buscaglia. Solomon substitute Atana Fa’arodo gave his side the lead just after half-time but the real drama was to unfold later in the game.
 
Pressing for an equaliser in the final few minutes, New Caledonia had appeals for a penalty waved away by referee Mike Hester and the play quickly broke to the other end, where Usike was adjudged to have handled outside his area and was sent off.
 
The dismissal had little effect on the result but means co-coaches Francis Tartas and Herve Gnipate have lost their No 1 goalkeeper for the next match against Cook Islands and it is one they will now be desperate to win.
 
Solomons Islands boss Chris Asipara was relieved to have come out on the right side of the ledger against an opponent he rates highly.
 
“We knew that they would be a good side and we expected a lot from them,” he says. “But we played quite well and scored with our best chances of the game.”
 
The focus switches back to Group A tomorrow when Papua New Guinea take on Fiji at 1.30pm and hosts New Zealand are in action for the first time against Vanuatu from 4pm. Both matches take place on the North Harbour Stadium outer oval.
 
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n°26913
Ronie35
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Posté le 09-01-2011 à 16:53:09  profilanswer
 

:love:  :billets:

n°26914
mcgrady128​3
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Posté le 09-01-2011 à 18:36:24  profilanswer
 

Ce soir y'a quand meme un joli combo d'over 2,5 a prévoir @2 :love:

n°26918
molko
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Posté le 10-01-2011 à 00:23:26  profilanswer
 

Dans le match de ce soir
 
Fidji HT @ 1.61
Fidji HT- FT @ 1.53

Over 2.5 @ 1.53

 
en attente du live pour compléter


Message édité par molko le 10-01-2011 à 02:21:21
n°26923
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Posté le 10-01-2011 à 14:09:04  profilanswer
 

Il y aura de très bons coup à faire je pense pour les 3 dernières journées du groupe A.


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Posté le 10-01-2011 à 19:35:16  profilanswer
 

Ce soir, match trés équilibré entre Ile Salomons et Tahiti... Mais la cote de Tahiti est passé de @3,2 à @2...
 
Sinon pour Nouvelle Calédonie - Iles Cooks, on devrait taper un gros over. Minimum 4 jusqu'a 7-8 buts pour la NC. Je voit pas les Iles Cooks en planter un :o

n°26951
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Posté le 10-01-2011 à 19:37:04  profilanswer
 

Day Three Review
 
The third day of OFC U-17 Championship action at North Harbour Stadium saw two sides pick up their first wins of the campaign.
 
Papua New Guinea posted an upset 2-1 victory against Fiji and New Zealand were made to work hard for a 5-1 triumph over Vanuatu.
 
The Young All Whites had not taken the field before today after sitting out the first round of Group A matches with the bye and began the game as if they had plenty of pent-up energy.
 
Strikes from Ken Yamamoto, Bill Tuiloma and Tim Payne had them three goals up within the first 23 minutes and it wasn’t long before Jordan Vale added a fourth, tucking the ball past goalkeeper Selonie Iaruel, who caught the eye with several top-class saves, in the 37th minute.
 
But it was a different story in the second half as Vanuatu took the game to their more fancied opponents and they had a goal of their own just after the break when Tony Kaltak made progress down the right and squared for Santino Mermer to smash home an unstoppable shot.
 
Vanuatu enjoyed a lot more of the ball for the rest of the half but couldn’t score again and it was left to New Zealand to wrap things up with three minutes remaining, Cameron Howieson heading home at the back post after a great move involving Yamamoto and substitute Ryan Howlett.
 
Coach Steve Cain was delighted with the first-half performance and was not unduly bothered that his side didn’t hit the same heights in the second period.
 
“Being realistic, the game was over at half-time,” he says. “I didn’t tell them that of course but they’re 16 years old and they will learn that there are ways of killing the game off.
 
“In the second half we got a bit sloppy and the goal against was disappointing. We didn’t concede a goal in this tournament last time and that’s what we were setting our stall out to do again.”
 
Vanuatu opposite Wilson August knew his young men would be in for a tough afternoon against the favourites and felt they stood up to the challenge well.
 
“If they had played in the first half like they did in the second then maybe the score could have been different,” he says. “We talked to them at half-time and explained some of the things we wanted to change.”
 
In the earlier Group A match this afternoon, Papua New Guinea defied pre-game expectations with their come-from-behind victory.
 
Fiji were coming off the back of a highly-impressive 9-0 victory over American Samoa while Papua New Guinea put in a subdued performance in their 2-0 opening day loss against Vanuatu.
 
But John Davani’s side was in a much more inspired mood today and cancelled out Al-taaf Sahib’s spectacular 21st minute free kick with goals to captain Alwin Komolong and substitute Jacob Sabua in the 35th and 53rd minutes respectively.
 
Both sides were reduced to 10 men when Fiji captain Josaia Masiwini and Papua New Guinea goalkeeper Charles Lepani were sent off for their roles in a skirmish on 38 minutes. But the dismissals had little influence on the result as Papua New Guinea hung on for a valuable victory.
 
“It’s very disappointing because we had the lead and gave away two soft goals,” says Fiji coach Hussain Sahib, the father of goalscorer Al-taaf.
 
“But the tournament is not over and anything can still happen. We just have to carry on and look forward to the next game. Our players have to be a lot sharper, we allowed them to pass the ball around and control the game at times.”
 
Davani was relieved to see his Papua New Guinea team get themselves back into title contention and was proud of the spirit they showed.
 
 
“It was a hard-fought win and it certainly didn’t come easy,” he says. “We made a couple of changes in personnel from the last game because we knew the players we brought in would fight and put their bodies on the line.”
 
Attention turns to Group B again tomorrow when Solomon Islands take on Tahiti at 1.30pm and Cook Islands are in action for the first time against New Caledonia from 4pm. Both games take place on the outer oval at North Harbour Stadium.

n°26952
molko
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Posté le 10-01-2011 à 19:38:07  profilanswer
 

Ca vaut quoi les iles Cook ?

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Posté le 10-01-2011 à 19:45:18  profilanswer
 

molko a écrit :

Ca vaut quoi les iles Cook ?


 
The Cook Islands squad departed for Auckland on Tuesday evening believing they will be up to the challenge of competing at the OFC U-17 Championship, which runs from January 8 to 19 at North Harbour Stadium.
 
Coach Tuka Tisam and his side have a bye in their group's opening round so will not be in action until Tuesday when they take on New Caledonia, who came third at the last OFC U-17 Championship in 2009.
 
The other teams in their pool are Solomon Islands, Tahiti and Tonga, and Tisam knows his players will have to perform close to their full potential in each match.

“We know that the island teams that have been placed in our pool are strong and are looking to win games," he says.

 
The Cook Islands do not need to look far for inspiration though.
 
The country’s national women’s team performed heroically to finish third at the last OFC tournament to be held, the Women’s Nations Cup during September and October last year.
 
That competition took place at the same North Harbour Stadium ground as the U-17 tournament is set to be held on and coach Tisam will be hoping the venue is just as kind to his young men.
 
That third-place finish was the Cook Islands’ first ever medal in senior football and it would be an eyebrow-raising result if the U-17 squad could achieve a similar placing.
 
But the youth academy in Rarotonga is starting to bear fruit and Tisam does have some promising talent at his disposal. The team is made up almost entirely of homegrown players, with only one being brought in from New Zealand.
 
Tisam is eyeing up the clash with Tonga as the Cooks' best chance of collecting three points.
 
“The real test for us will be Tonga as we are on a par with them,” he says. “The other teams in our pool are all ranked higher but we will try our best against them.” (Les Tonga qui se sont pris 8-0 par Tahiti hein !)

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Posté le 11-01-2011 à 06:18:26  profilanswer
 

Score final 8-1 et gavage d'une grande partie du forum.. sauf moi    

n°26958
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Posté le 11-01-2011 à 15:52:57  profilanswer
 

mcgrady1283 a écrit :

Score final 8-1 et gavage d'une grande partie du forum.. sauf moi    


et moi ...


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n°26959
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Posté le 11-01-2011 à 20:26:39  profilanswer
 

Attention au match NZ-Fidji.. Les Fidji sont plus faible que les Vanuatu mais veulent rien lacher si il veulent encore avoir un espoir et l'entraineur des NZ a expliqué que ses gamins avait du mal a se motiver une fois le match plié.. Surtout que physiquement l'équipe est plus faible que celle des Iles !
 
Pour Papu-American Samoa, on attends une belle branlée mais on ne connait pas le potentiel offensif de cette équipe, ayant eu pour le moment beaucoup de match serré. Mais comme la qualif va se jouer au Goal Average va falloir planter sevére :o

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Posté le 12-01-2011 à 18:59:01  profilanswer
 

tentative d'explication du désastre d hier....
 
La NZ en fait, ils n'ont pas besoin de mettre des taules a tout le monde, il suffit de gagner tous leurs matchs 1-0 pour finir premier, du gateau quoi. Il convient donc de se méfier maintenant avec les overs et hc
Pour les papou hier, je creuse mais je ne trouve pas. Moi et mes théories de complots, j'aurais tendance a dire, c'est un coup du book....

n°26962
molko
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Posté le 12-01-2011 à 21:46:37  profilanswer
 

Pour info, ce soir, on a un Tahiti - Iles Cook à 1h30
 
Rappel :  

En 2009

Nouvelle Calédonie 2 - Tahiti 5
 
 
Il y a quelques jours

Nouvelle Calédonie 8 - Iles Cook 1
 
 
Tonight is gonna be a good night :o


Message édité par molko le 12-01-2011 à 21:47:23
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Posté le 12-01-2011 à 22:57:38  profilanswer
 

MODESTOM a écrit :

tentative d'explication du désastre d hier....
 
La NZ en fait, ils n'ont pas besoin de mettre des taules a tout le monde, il suffit de gagner tous leurs matchs 1-0 pour finir premier, du gateau quoi. Il convient donc de se méfier maintenant avec les overs et hc
Pour les papou hier, je creuse mais je ne trouve pas. Moi et mes théories de complots, j'aurais tendance a dire, c'est un coup du book....


 
Pour les Papu y'a quand meme eu des barres, pas mal d'arrét du gardien.. Enfin j'avais des doutes sur leur attaques bah voila quoi :sweat:  
 
Ce soir Tahiti doit s'imposer facilement.. Attention les Iles Cooks ont fait chier la NC pendant lomgtemps au match précédent avant de complétement craquer :sweat:

n°26964
dawa
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Posté le 12-01-2011 à 23:07:19  profilanswer
 

mcgrady1283 a écrit :


 
Pour les Papu y'a quand meme eu des barres, pas mal d'arrét du gardien.. Enfin j'avais des doutes sur leur attaques bah voila quoi :sweat:  
 
Ce soir Tahiti doit s'imposer facilement.. Attention les Iles Cooks ont fait chier la NC pendant lomgtemps au match précédent avant de complétement craquer :sweat:


 
En effet, d'où une prédilection logique pour les bets FT, les overs, je n'ignore pas les scores exacts mais avec des mises très raisonnables ... la 1ere mi-temps peut être surprenante. Mais sur la longueur, et si on devait parier là-dessus  :D je dirai tout de même du 5/6 à rien FT.


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n°26965
mcgrady128​3
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Posté le 12-01-2011 à 23:45:52  profilanswer
 

dawa a écrit :


 
En effet, d'où une prédilection logique pour les bets FT, les overs, je n'ignore pas les scores exacts mais avec des mises très raisonnables ... la 1ere mi-temps peut être surprenante. Mais sur la longueur, et si on devait parier là-dessus  :D je dirai tout de même du 5/6 à rien FT.


 
J'espére bien. La NC en a planté 8 face a des mecs des Iles Cooks bien résistant. Les Tongiens m'ont l'air trés trés faible. Ma plus grosse confiance va sur ce match la :o

n°26967
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Posté le 13-01-2011 à 00:43:45  profilanswer
 

Tahiti a un bon petit vivier de footeux, y'a qu'à voir les quelques joueurs pros qui ont réussis en France. Pour moi c'est surement la meilleure équipe avec les NZ de cette coupe. Ce soir ils doivent planter au mini 6 buts, à condition de prendre la match au sérieux dès la 1ère MT.

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Posté le 13-01-2011 à 05:13:08  profilanswer
 

C'était l'autre match le gavage organisé :love:
 
Salomon v Tonga :love: :love: :love:
 
:billets:


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...Depuis 1932... :sol:
 
 
n°26969
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Posté le 13-01-2011 à 05:52:18  profilanswer
 

-all-in-7- a écrit :

C'était l'autre match le gavage organisé :love:
 
Salomon v Tonga :love: :love: :love:
 
:billets:


 
Petage de plomb complet pour tout le forum en live ! 15-0 :love:  :love:      

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Posté le 13-01-2011 à 05:54:35  profilanswer
 

It was THE place to be :love:
 
 
Oublie pas le pétage de plomb du liveur aussi :love:
Over 10.5 @2.025 sorti à la MT alors qu'il y a 8-0  
Et j'en passe :love:


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...Depuis 1932... :sol:
 
 
n°26975
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Posté le 13-01-2011 à 13:19:40  profilanswer
 

Bien joué à vous, moi évidemment après la carotte tahitienne, j'ai préféré arrêté les frais, tans pis pour moi:/ J'essaierais de me rattraper ce soir avec NZ Samoa qui s'annonce sympa.

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Mcalus
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Posté le 13-01-2011 à 17:40:54  profilanswer
 

Unfortunately we will not be covering this match in-play.

 


All games that will be covered in-play will appear in our in-play diary.

 


As stated above all games that will be covered in-play will appear in our in-play diary, if they do not appear here we will not be covering them in-play.

 

Pour les matchs de ce soir...


Message édité par Mcalus le 13-01-2011 à 17:45:29

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n°26978
k2
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Posté le 13-01-2011 à 18:09:51  profilanswer
 

Dans l'cul lulu  :pfff:

n°26979
mcgrady128​3
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Posté le 13-01-2011 à 19:13:51  profilanswer
 

La ca commence a sentir mauvais :sweat:

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