Football outside l'hexagone: it does exist

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  1. StarrMatthieu

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    For the record Luis Suarez is a piece of sh!t hes a fcuking Disgraceful:)

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uXrgL9lNP0E"]Luis Suarez le niega el saludo a Patrice Evra en el Manchester Untd vs Liverpool (2-1) - YouTube[/ame]

    I HAPPY MAN POO WON ! CAN"T STAND LIVERPOO

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8H2OLWTNfg0&feature=player_embedded"]Patrice Evra Gloating In front Of Luis Suarez - Man UTD Vs Liv 2-1 - YouTube[/ame]


  2. NicolasN.

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    Evra is at least as stupid as Suarez.
  3. StarrMatthieu

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    no doubt about it ;)
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  5. NicolasN.

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    Who is "they" ? You mean that there are racists everywhere except in Uruguay of course according to Lugano. :confused: Chilavert was just a mediocre GK, Starsbourg brought him in to replace their former GK who was doing blunders after blunders to try to remain in L1 but Chilavert wasn't much better. People trying to defend Suarez for this kind of behavior are crazy.
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    yesterday afternoon i came down with something, a 24 hr bug, a bad cherry at lunch, who knows? feverish, achy, nauseous... home by 4 and straight to bed.

    anyway, 9:20pm, i get to the couch with a cup of camomille and a digestive biscuit, not really chipper, but after a few minutes it's clear that it's the cloggies who should have stayed in bed. the vaunted oranje agressivity limited to a few MVB digs and kicks with ball not in play. robben, van persie, sneijder, afellay... then van den vaart, huntelaar, then kuyt... van basten, guullit, kruijf, johnny frigging rep... and nothing to show for it but one shot through mertesacker's legs. like trying to make a hole in stainless steel with a playskool drill. for 5' it looked like they had a hope but it was really down to the faux rhythme the germans had fallen into, not any real revolt from the dutch. i wasn't really well enough to take any more interest in the whole thing they seemed to, but the look on van bommel's face at the end was worth staying up to see.

    you know how nights are when you're ill like that, chills and sweats, aches and cramps... around 3am, in a kind of dreamy delirium i feel the fever breaking... 2-0... headache fading... no points from two matches... stomach muscles relaxing... all will be well.

    i wake up a bit later than usual but refreshed and looking forward to the day. a great plague has passed, and i'm doing OK too. but the first bites of breakfast won't stay down, i rush to the toilet...

    if holland beats portugal they can still go through.
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    what a nervous nellie i was! portugal didn't look all that great but holland? an overall worst performance by a "favorite" since france in 2002 and last night was perhaps their worst match of all.

    what can that marwijk fellow be thinking? he should have at least had his son-in-law try out that line-up on PES before fielding it. and jethro willem? not only does france have 3 LB's better than that, i wouldn't bet against OL having that many too. he reminded me of lamine gassama out there. and yet he started every match.

    what to say but good riddance to bad rubbish. if only they could do a belgium and disappear from the international scene altogether.

    a last note: is their deal with nike so cheesy that they have to put their numbers on themselves with electrician's tape?
  8. StarrMatthieu

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    20+ League Goals in Europe - 2011/2012



    Players that have scored 20+ league goals in top division European leagues in 2011/2012.


    50 - Lionel Messi (Barcelona)

    44 - Cristiano Ronaldo (Real Madrid)

    32 - Bas Dost (SC Heerenveen)
    32 - Burak Yilmaz (Trabzonspor)
    30 - Robin Van Persie (Arsenal)

    29 - Klaas Jan Huntelaar (Schalke 04)
    28 - Zlatan Ibrahimovic (AC Milan)
    26 - Wayne Rooney (Manchester United)
    26 - Mario Gomez (Bayern Munich)
    25 - Luuk De Jong (FC Twente)
    25 - Sanharib Malki (Roda JC)
    25 - David Lafata (Jablonec [Czech Republic])

    24 - Wesley (FC Vaslui [Romania])
    24 - Gary McCutcheon (Ballymena United [Northern Ireland])
    23 - Radamel Falcao (Atletico Madrid)
    23 - Edinson Cavani (Napoli)
    23 - Diego Milito (Inter Milan)
    23 - Alexander Frei (FC Basel)
    23 - Seydou Doumbia (CSKA Moscow)

    22 - Sergio Aguero (Manchester City)
    22 - Gonzalo Higuain (Real Madrid)
    22 - Antonio Di Natale (Udinese)
    22 - Robert Lewandowski (Borussia Dortmund)
    22 - Jeremy Perbet (Mons [Belgium])
    22 - Artjoms Rudnevs (Lech Poznan)
    22 - Dare Vršič (Olimpija [Slovenia])
    22 - Omar Er Rafik (Differdange 03 [Luxembourg])

    21 - Olivier Giroud (Montpellier)
    21 - Dries Mertens (PSV Eindhoven)
    21 - Filip Ivanovski (Vardar [Macedonia])

    20 - Karim Benzema (Real Madrid)
    20 - Kevin Mirallas (Olympiakos)
    20 - John Guidetti (Feyenoord)
    20 - Admir Adrović (Budućnost [Montenegro])
    20 - Gary Liggett (Lisburn Distillery [Northern Ireland])
    20 - Matthew Tipton (Portadown [Northern Ireland])
    20 - Sanel Ibrahimovic (RM Hamm Benfica [Luxembourg])
  9. Nanbawan

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    Frei is still fresh...:D
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  10. NicolasN.

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    Hazard. :ROFLMAO:

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    You will never beat Nakata though :

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    :laugh:
  11. lefutur

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    Eden Hazard had an explosive full league debut for Chelsea this weekend providing 2 assists in the first 15 minutes of the game. He's only 21 years old and has been making a transition to the EPL from the "inferior" Ligue 1.
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    Even if L1 is of course inferior to EPL, it'd be absurd for EPL fans to denigrate it when you see the amount of players coming from France in their league. Anyway, Eden Hazard has been followed by the biggest clubs in Europe with Chelsea being one of them since he's a teen, before he became a star in L1 but he chose to remain at Lille to keep improving before to make the move.
  13. StarrMatthieu

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    Looks like Henry brought a case of Red Bull and passed them out at half time. Wallcott and Giroud each had 2.
    Arsenal 7 vs 3 Newcastle
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    Theo had a hat trick I think
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    ARSENAL
    Wenger expecting 'very calm' transfer window

    The Arsenal boss believes that the lack of funds available to clubs across Europe could result in the winter window effectively becoming a market between Premier League clubs


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    this should be the new sign
    keep
    calm
    and
    buy
    players
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    he wants Ligue 1 ........but whos getting him?
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    Drogba in Turkey. I said that there are Turkish teams that are bigger clubs than L'OM and the fact that one of them can pay him 7m salary pretty much confirms it. They kept wanting to bring him back but they had no chance at that salary.
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    who has the best mohawk
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    The Pharaoh without a doubt!
  22. NicolasN.

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    FYP :ninja:
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    Super Mario has struck again ! Italians look pretty good even if they could be more efficient.
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    that was well taken and his work rate and general attitude looked good. the one time he let his temper rise 1) it was perfectly merited and 2) he controlled it quickly. what a difference from the brat i'd seen before. he looks like a great one in the making.
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