World Cup Predictions

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Club FIFA world cup……… ??!?!?!?!?

WHo's in who's out…… CAN ANYONE TELL ME who made it and when is it and at wt time can i watch it live……….. I live in Pakistan so plz tell me PST and also preferably Australian time……….


Another thing……. Ur predictions…………… Plz tell me who do u think is gonna win and by how many goals……

🙂 🙂 😉


Posted by gunnerz4lyfe!
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The 2006 FIFA Club World Cup has live up to its expactations as Internacional Sport Club (South America) & FC Barcelona (Europe) qualify for the final on Sunday, 17 December 2006. Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors of Asia finished in 5th place as they beat Oceania champions Auckland City FC 3-0 on Friday, 15 December 2006.

2006 FIFA Club World Cup teams:
UEFA – FC Barcelona (SPAIN)
CONMEBOL – Internacional Sport Club (BRAZIL)
AFC – Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors (KOREA REPUBLIC)
CAF – Al Ahly (EGYPT)
CONCACAF – Club America (MEXICO)
OFC – Auckland City FC (NEW ZEALAND)

2006 FIFA Club World Cup match results & fixtures:

2006 FIFA Club World Cup quarter-final 1
Sunday, 10 December 2006, 19:20
Toyota Stadium, Toyota City, Japan
Auckland City FC 0-2 Al Ahly

2006 FIFA Club World Cup quarter-final 2
Monday, 11 December 2006, 19:20
National Stadium, Tokyo, Japan
Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors 0-1 Club America

2006 FIFA Club World Cup semi-final 1
Wednesday, 13 December 2006, 19:20
National Stadium, Tokyo, Japan
Al Ahly 1-2 Internacional Sport Club

2006 FIFA Club World Cup semi-final 2
Thursday, 14 December 2006, 19:20
Yokohama International Stadium, Yokohama, Japan
Club America 0-4 FC Barcelona

2006 FIFA Club World Cup 5th & 6th place
Friday, 15 December 2006, 19:20
National Stadium, Tokyo, Japan
Auckland City FC 0-3 Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors

2006 FIFA Club World Cup 3rd & 4th place
Sunday, 17 December 2006, 16:20
Yokohama International Stadium, Yokohama, Japan
Al Ahly v Club America

2006 FIFA Club World Cup final
Sunday, 17 December 2006, 19:20
Yokohama International Stadium, Yokohama, Japan
Internacional Sport Club v FC Barcelona

*kick-off times are in JAPAN local time.


Mine are like this

Group A: Mexico, France
Group B: Argentina, Nigeria
Group C: England, Usa
Group D: Germany, Ghana
Group E: Netherlands, Japan
Group F: Italy, Paraguay
Group G: Brazil, Ivory Coast
Group H: Spain, Chile
Round of 16
Mexico vs Nigeria:Mexico
France vs Argentina: Argentina
England vs Ghana: England
Usa vs Germany: Germany
Netherlands vs Paraguay: Netherlands
Japan vs Italy: Italy
Brazil vs Chile: Brazil
Spain vs Ivory coast: Spain

Quarter Finals
Mexico vs Argentina: Argentina
England vs Germany: England
Netherlands vs Italy: Netherlands
Brazil vs Spain :Spain

Argentina vs England: England
Netherlands vs Spain: Spain

3rd Place
Argentina vs Netherlands: Netherlands


I want japan to pick up at least 2 points in their group. LOL XD.

Posted by Nirvanarulez
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I like your predictions as well, except for a couple, like the finals. Lol no offense to you English, but i don't see you guys getting that far. But i do see Spain winning.

A. France & Mexico
B. Argentina & Nigeria
C. England US
D Germany Ghana
E Netherlands Denmark
F Italy Paraguay
G Brazil Portugal
H Spain Chile.

Round of 16.
France v Nigeria = France
Mexico v Argentina = Mexico ( i feel like Mexico will have a chance to redeem themselves)
Germany v US = Germany (repeat of 2002)
England v Ghana = England.
Netherlands v Paraguay = Netherlands
Italy v Denmark = Italy
Brazil v Chile = Brazil
Portugal v Spain (They are both the teams im rooting for, but i would say Spain.)

England v France = England
Mexico v Germany = Germany
Netherlands v Brazil = Brazil
Italy v Spain = Spain

Spain v Germany = Spain
England v Brazil = Brazil

Spain v Brazil = SPAIN

I followed this bracket.


Base on the friendly matches, any new prediction about which team will win the World Cup?

Posted by Soccerboi2010
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I answered this question a multiple of times. I'll just copy and paste.

Although World Cup is unpredictable, but I think the winner will come between Argentina and Spain. For those who are against me because I haven't included Brazil. Yes, Brazil has a great team but there is no possibility for Brazil to win the World Cup. Not because Ronaldinho didn't call up because Brazil won two tournaments without him. Don't get me wrong because he has an impact on the national team but Dunga simply didn't call him to participate in the grandest stage of them all which is the World Cup.

Let's get back on task. In Germany 2006, Brazil had one of the best squads yet Brazil hadn't won the World Cup. All the World's famous soccer players from Brazil were in the squad so why couldn't Brazil win the tournament? I understand that the team that had eliminated Brazil was also a favorite for Germany 2006. However, France was depended on Zinedine Zidane whose goal was to never lose any matches against Brazil. We must understand that Brazil had the best team and should have made to final. I don't think Brazil has a possibility to win the World Cup but I'm sure Brazil will make it to semi final.

As Fifa's number one ranking so why not Spain? I think Spain might probably win because Spain is number one on Fifa ranking. Spain had also defeated some big teams in the past few months. Such as Germany, Argentina, and England and somehow Spain had included France to their victims list yesterday. Best team, best players and almost everything about is good so Spain has a good chance on winning the tournament.

Since Maradona gets in charge in Argentina, the team went downhill. They lost almost all the matches they had played. Argentina is not in a tough group so they'll move on to the next round. According to the way they played against Germany yesterday, I noticed a lot of improvements have been made. If Argentina keeps the same performance, they might win the World Cup as well.

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