Thursday, November 29, 2012

USA at the group round WFC 2012

Ha, Team USA ended up in an interesting group.

They should have good chances to win over Japan - even if it will not be as easy as it might look like so they will have to work hard.
But most likely we guess USA will win with at least some 3-6 goals difference over Japan.
Team USA will however, on the other hand, be smacked into pieces by both Latvia and the Czech Republic and the aim for team USA in both these games will - and must be - to keep the figures as low as possible - and aim for beautiful falls. If this is done right and if a following placement game ends in favor of the USA, well then the team USA might come out from this tourney with as many good games as the bad ones...and do a rather good rally.

But let us also toss in a little hazard sign for Latvia in this group. We think this team is so strong that they might have a slim opportunity to even rock the Czech Republic - as only the true underdog can do. These chances are perhaps slim but not fully remote - this would also be good for the larger Floorball community since we need more countries on par with the big 4 teams.

Twitter rumors indicate that team USA just lost a little practice game over in Europe against a Swiss combination with 3-7... WE do not care as we say Go USA GO and still as the emotional being we are -at least hope that team USA will win the full WFC 2012 (this even if our intellectual abilities say that this would be crazier than the craziest speculation ever on this blog).

Floorballcentral have some reporting connections tied up to the WFC and we hope to provide you with better reporting than ever - but we have had hopes in that direction before too, so lets see how it all turns out.
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