Often on FIFA.com we ask our users to comment on the most important issues in world football, for example, whether Ronaldinho will regain his form at AC Milan or whether David Beckham deserved to win his 100th cap for England.
Today, though, we are going to do things a little bit different - allowing you to steer the conversation of this week's Have Your Say in whatever way you like! Obviously, the weekend and midweek qualifiers for South Africa 2010 provided no shortage of talking points. So, we're leaving the floor open to you to leave your comments, good or bad, about your team's performances.
Maybe you're an England fan wanting to wax lyrical about the performance of Theo Walcott. You could be a frustrated Brazilian searching for answers why the mighty Seleção failed to beat ten-man Bolivia at home? Perhaps you're a Mexican who is being won over by the charms of Sven-Goran Eriksson or are you a proud Aussie, relieved that the Socceroos didn't slip up against Uzbekistan.
Wherever you're from, whatever your story...we want to hear it. Share it with fans from across the planet. Click 'Add your comment' to enter the debate, remembering to keep your posts clean, respectful and in English.
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