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Neatherland should win Finals of FIFA 2010, to prove Paul the Octopus wrong, for honour of Game of Soccer.


This means the possibility of Paul getting attracted to Netherlands flag was bigger due to greater similarity in the strips of Netherland but Paul predicted Spain.

  

IS OCTOPUS PAUL SMARTER THAN THE SOCCER PUNDITS. 

Hows can ,superstitious and Paul the Octopus, decide the fate of Hero’s fo Soccer. I can only laugh and feel pity.  

The thought it self is Sick. Only Skilled and Determined Wins, Yes there will bad moments, and good moments, but ultimately the best team wins. 

This time I want Paul to be proved wrong.   And Netherlands should win the Finals of FIFA 2010.  I somehow feel, this should be the best way to end this season of FIFA with a confidence reassured to the best players and teams, and this way it will discourage the myth glorifies, superstitious beliefs, for the world to know pets can not be deciding the fate of the warriors of the game of Soccer.  

Soccer is not just game of chance. It is skill, hardwork, passion and brain management that makes the difference, and the best in these fields will win.
 

Sad very sad, Soccer has lately not been a gentleman’s game, nations are on logger heads, regional supremacy, language, and history of political and social divides are ruling the illness, and hate campaigns against the opponents in-game of Soccer.  The Sportive face is getting faded. for the Europeans it is more than war.  

The players must be laughing years of hard work and intense preparation can not guarantee a win,

Experts propose that chance alone is not the only possible explanation for Paul’s choices. He could be choosing boxes systematically—if not on the basis of football expertise, then perhaps on his evaluation of the countries’ flags.

The species Octopus vulgaris is almost certainly color blind; neither behavioral studies nor electroretinogram experiments show any discrimination of a colour’s hue.

Nonetheless, individuals can distinguish brightness as well as an object’s size, shape, and orientation.

Shelagh Malham of Bangor University states that they are drawn to horizontal shapes, and indeed, there are horizontal stripes on the flags he has chosen.

The flag of Germany, a bold colour consisting of three equal horizontal bands of black, red and gold, is Paul’s usual favorite. But the flag of Spain, with its broad yellow stripe, and the flag of Serbia, with its contrast of blue and white, are more vivid still, possibly explaining why Paul picked those countries over Germany.

Fey suggested that Paul was confused by the similarities between the German and Spanish flags; this was on July 6, when Fey expressed hope that Paul’s latest pick would be wrong.

The prediction is based on the straights strips, there is similarity in the Netherland flag to strip size. And the Spanish flag has in center, wider strip.

This means the possibility of Paul getting attracted to Netherlands flag was bigger due to greater similarity in the strips of Netherland but Paul predicted Spain.

All this is hum bug and media creation of smart owner of Pual in Germany. The best team wins.

  1. July 12, 2010 at 10:53 am

    It was vicroty of soccer.

    Spain , dutch final was a cliff hanger.

    The extended time of thirty minutes was at fag end few minutes before spain in a artistic move filled with brains, skill, courage, strength, confidence coverted an oppertunity in to golden goal that won title for spain.

    It was a match between equals, i am happy skills and endurance won. It was not a victory by luck or channce, it was by effort and skills. Paul may smile, but he is just a joker.

    This was a treat for all spectators amd people on both sides. World loved enjoyed and happy soccer is honured by brave display of stamina and team work and sprit.

    Bravo.

    Duths hard luck for third time in finals and spain lucky the first time in finals.

    It was victory for best playing team on given moment. in match of equals. In fifa World Cup 2010

  2. July 12, 2010 at 11:02 am

    Johannesburg, July 11 Andres Iniesta struck deep into the second half extra time to give Spain their maiden World Cup title with a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands in a drama-filled summit clash here today.

    Iniesta scored the winner in the 116th minute after both the sides were locked goal-less in the regulation 90 minutes in an ill-tempered grand finale which saw the ejection of Dutch defender John Heitinga in the 110th minute for his second booking and another 12 yellow cards being shown.

    Spain, who had never gone beyond quarterfinals before this World Cup, today bagged world football’s most coveted trophy after 13 appearances since 1934.

    New world champions Spain, the eighth such team in history, now join Brazil (five titles), Italy (four), Germany (three), Argentina (two), Uruguay (two), France (one) and England (one).

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