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Which team do you think is the best

Austria
12
27%
Germany
3
7%
Switzerland
0
No votes
Poland
3
7%
Norway
6
14%
Canada
1
2%
USA
0
No votes
Russia
0
No votes
Slovenia
10
23%
Bosnia And Hergozovina
3
7%
Kazakstan
2
5%
Czech Republic
1
2%
France
0
No votes
Turkey
2
5%
Italy
1
2%
 
Total votes: 44

MattyPolz14
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Teams

Post by MattyPolz14 »

Which team do you think is the best?
MattyPolz14
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Re: Teams

Post by MattyPolz14 »

Sorry, and Finland, Japan and Korea.
EliteAti
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Post by EliteAti »

I think Norway will get pretty even this season with Austria, their prospects are looking quite good and coaching seems to have found the way to get good results. Unfortunately for Finland they will keep losing their stock even further, the retirement of Ahonen and Hautamaeki really has had a negative impact on team performance-wise. I think dark horse will be Poland, but i dont know if Stoch and the rest can fulfill the big hole Adam left to them :D

Shame about Russia though, they would have had their biggest superstar in Karelin alas it was not meant to happen... My vote goes to Austria though at this very moment.
mlody5
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Post by mlody5 »

Do cholery człowieku kiedy nauczysz się używać opcji Edit, a nie spamujesz cały czas post pod postem???????
Norway and Austria ;]
smolAREK
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Post by smolAREK »

Kazakstan :D
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MattyPolz14
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Post by MattyPolz14 »

Austria is pretty strong with Schlierenzauer, Koch and Kofler.
Bartek Palewicz
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Post by Bartek Palewicz »

EliteAti wrote:Unfortunately for Finland they will keep losing their stock even further, the retirement of Ahonen and Hautamaeki really has had a negative impact on team performance-wise.
I have actually heard that Harri Olli is back, so it may help Finland in ski jumping. At least a little...

My vote goes for Slovenia!
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Zmaster
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Dydux, and he was suspected of assault for assaulting a man in a bar... I wonder if he gets any time for practice in the middle of all these outbursts lol
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That's gotta hurt.
Bartek Palewicz
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Post by Bartek Palewicz »

Zmaster wrote:Dydux, and he was suspected of assault for assaulting a man in a bar... I wonder if he gets any time for practice in the middle of all these outbursts lol
This last word perfectly recaps whole sentence, haha.
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dec
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Post by dec »

As a Slovenian I feel obliged to vote for my country. Also, I didn't know Bosnia had a team. :D
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Boy
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Re: Teams

Post by Boy »

This is some kind of joke. I see Bosnia, but I don't see Japan :lol: WTF?
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mikulasturan
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Re: Teams

Post by mikulasturan »

Czech republic, Slovenia, Norway, Finland ;)
Szymon11
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Post by Szymon11 »

SLOVENIA ;)
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Post by .slander.86 »

Slovenia, Norway, maybe Poland :)
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