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    Re: World Cup 2006

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    The thuth is that I felt sorry for him.

    Anyway, I'm so happy. Italy won!!!!!!!!

    Forza Azurra!!!!!

    Guesta Bellica are you happy or not????
    well well i am not happy because Italy won but i am happy because that african team lost.. and i was a bit sick to see that they always have all the luck vs Italy
    It was clear to see that they were the better team but sometimes football is really unfair, perhaps it's time to have some whitewash for the French? A whiter team would please me more...
    Zidane looked really pissed off and from the mimics i think that Materazzi indeed said something really bad against him..(a racial slur?) i wonder if Zidane will care about speaking out, now that his career is over..

    "E tutti si scandalizzano quando sentono dire: quel tale tipo di mammifero o di uccello ormai è sparito dalla faccia della terra, non lo vedremo più; è una grave perdita. Certo, si tratta di gravissime perdite.
    Ma non sarebbe forse più grave se sparisse una comunità umana?? --Bruno Salvadori

    Seven pictures of northern European males and seven pictures of northern African males were presented randomly via a computer screen to 82 Italian female undergraduates of the University of Padua, Italy.
    Each picture depicted a full frontal face with a neutral facial expression. Participants were asked to classify each picture as either northern Italian or southern Italian.
    On average, the seven pictures depicting northern Europeans were classified as northern Italians 81% of the time. The seven pictures depicting northern Africans were classified as southern Italians 83%
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    Thumbs Up Grazie Mille !

    GRAZIE MILLE !



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    Re: World Cup 2006

    Quote Originally Posted by Klim Samgin
    After this tournament i really began to hate Portugal football team. They showed themselves as cowards, simulators and provocators. probably the only person in this team who deserves some respect is their keeper Ricardo, as for the rest I say thumbs down.
    Scolari always done like that. His teams are provocative, agressive, vibrating and with a fighter spirit. And he's a multichampion coach. He used to play in the team of my city, and he was a terrible player... like a gladiator trying to play football.

    He manage teams to win, not to dance in the stadium. That's why Portugal '06 was so rude and violent.


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    Re: World Cup 2006

    Quote Originally Posted by Herac
    Scolari always done like that. His teams are provocative, agressive, vibrating and with a fighter spirit. And he's a multichampion coach. He used to play in the team of my city, and he was a terrible player... like a gladiator trying to play football.

    He manage teams to win, not to dance in the stadium. That's why Portugal '06 was so rude and violent.
    Hell, no - they were diving on grass as nobody else, even Figo was not hesitating to fall as much as possible to earn penalty or free kick. Their main motto was "Controll the ball and fall - and so you'll score the goal" .

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    Re: World Cup 2006

    Quote Originally Posted by Klim Samgin
    Hell, no - they were diving on grass as nobody else, even Figo was not hesitating to fall as much as possible to earn penalty or free kick. Their main motto was "Controll the ball and fall - and so you'll score the goal" .
    Ah, you're talking about this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccDyp2aRRCg


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    Re: World Cup 2006

    Quote Originally Posted by Herac
    Ah, you're talking about this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccDyp2aRRCg
    I'm talking about Figo's "acting" in game against Holland.

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    Re: World Cup 2006

    Too bad the final couldn't be Germany-Argentina. They deserved to be there...
    http://www.schwein-fuer-deutschland....D=SFD&PageID=1

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    Re: World Cup 2006

    FORZA ITALIA!!!

    "SENEGAL" KAPUT!!!

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    Re: World Cup 2006

    Quote Originally Posted by Herac
    France is a neobrazilian team.

    It was a very good world cup. The Argentinian team (my 2nd choice... pampa's friendship) left the cup honouring their football! Germany was fabulous in their organisation and vibration! And Scolari's Portugal? A brave team, as Holland and Ukraine.

    A clash between titans: Zidane, Barthez, Buffon, Totti, Cannavaro.

    And Italy is 4 time world champion!!!

    Opposed to the totally shame 2002 world cup, the 2006 cup was a great event of football. It was something that I really enjoyed watching and supporting the nazionale (and the albiceleste too ... and all the teams that played agains Brazil haha).


    And now we back to the regular tournaments... I expect to be world champion in the club sphere (Inter x Barcelona) .

    lol so you are fan of Messi right? I'm a a Barcelona fan too. (CL champions )

    well, Inter is not involve in the corruption issue Is it? . So I'll guess you'll have good chances this season without all the other teams lol. I'm an Inter fan too. (and Cambiasso is there too. )

    Also I'm a Chelsea fan. But I kinda like Manchester too. Heinze is one of my fav players

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    Re: World Cup 2006

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    lol so you are fan of Messi right? I'm a a Barcelona fan too. (CL champions )

    well, Inter is not involve in the corruption issue Is it? . So I'll guess you'll have good chances this season without all the other teams lol. I'm an Inter fan too. (and Cambiasso is there too. )

    Also I'm a Chelsea fan. But I kinda like Manchester too. Heinze is one of my fav players
    Well lady, I was talking about another Inter, the S.C. Internacional that is going towards the champion in Libertadores, and if we win, we'll get Barcelona in the Toyota Cup.

    You're talking to a great fan of Argentinian football... specially from the hinchadas hahahaha.

    Messi is a good player, but I believe Tevez is better, faster and stronger. The best argentinian player I've ever seen was Batistuta, no doubt about that, he was a tank, a monstruous striker!... I was too young when Maradona quit.


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