Originally Posted by Dako
Pooh, obviously you have an understanding problem. I did not say that it is impossible, or illogical, for Jordan, or any other country, to improve within the time frame you suggested, (5-10 years).
A friendly doesn't mean crap. lol. I guess when you're losing to another team in a friendly, and morale is low, that is the time to apply your "tactics", right? How on Earth are you going to apply your "tactics" if you can't even concentrate? Winning is the result of proper application of tactics, in addition to a little bit of luck. This implies that losing is, in fact, bad. There may be some special cases, where a loss doesn't mean a thing, injuries ...etc.
So you're expecting that after all these losses and ties, some kind of a miracle will happen, and Jordan will win a trophy? Now THAT is a narrow perspective. I'm sure that France and Brazil don't underestimate friendly games.
You keep on reminding me of Al-Johary. After every single match that he loses or ties, (BTW the last game Jordan won was over a year ago), he says that the team benefited, which brings us back to the second paragraph I wrote.
Should I qoute what you have said in the post before the last one of mines? Check again yourself, you are contradicting yourself Dako! Well, let me save you the trouble:
Pooh, it isn't very hard to understand. It is illogical to take eight, nine, or ten years of a team's history, and base upon those facts that Jordan may or may not win the next match. Jordan ten years ago isn't Jordan now.
You are underestimating the time limit I stated over there and called it illogical! Denial?
Yes, friendly means crap, utter crap actually! Who said do not play to win?! Ofcourse win it while you are at it, but, if you did not win, so what?! Big deal, eh?
No, no miracles anymore, I am expecting the team to start performing and playing with more will to win in official games because they count! They could lose too, but, so what? This is football, you win and you lose, why is that so hard for you to swallow!?
Your last paragraphe is again, JUVENILE!