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Old 03-09-2012   #8
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Looking at our group it's easier than the other. Maybe it is easier to get third in the other group, but it is easier to get top two in our group, which is what we should seek because ending third is very difficult on the long run ( especially facing a south American team which is impossible), and more problematic than facing south Korea or whatever.

Japan and Australia are industrial and top talented correspondingly, so it's good not to have to face them. It's still very difficult to beat Iran and Uzbekistan especially; the team will have to play all their cards consistently each and every game, and be opportunistic. Try for instance one game to get the opponent team red carded early, injure some key player early on, dive for some penalty here and there, let our fans be very intimidating in home games, make the players literally exhaust themselves till they faint. The home games especially, we could pretend we are terrorists ( which some might already believe) and we can let our crowd act barbaric and make the Lebanese stadium seem like a monster waiting to devour them, so they simply let the game pass on as fast as possible without really trying to beat us and decide to focus on their own home game against us. That kind of stuff, should be all well designed and planned, and on top of that, the team should still perform very well.
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