Black flops

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  1. Europe

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    They keep signing players like Edu and Eddie Johnson, but then you have white British players like Joe Allen and Ricky Lambert who never would have gotten the chance to play in the EPL if their teams weren't promoted and then they do really well.

    Edu's parents are Nigerian immigrants who teach in American and now their son gets to play football in the biggest league in the world. Aren't we whites nice to black people? Why don't we look after our own.

    I am so sick of immigration.

    The parents probably work for public school so are supported by taxes too.

    How many white players in the 2nd division should be playing in the first over some overrated African or Brazilian.
     
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  2. frederic38

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    there are many people here from europe, me for example :thumb:
    and in europe the only thing we see from the USA is some things about beckham or other european star players (sometimes we hear about henry for example)
    and that's it
    honestly when adu went to france (monaco) there was no difference with other black players, we have a lot like him
    so i didn't think too much about him
    i just heard that he was suposed to be one of the best young talents out there, but we hear this about so many blacks...
    i learnt that adu was so over-rated on this forum
     
  3. frederic38

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    jay jay okocha:

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    this nigerian was transfered to paris saint germain after the 1998 world cup
    he became the most expansive player in the history of the league
    and the biggest flop ever in france, too

    a stat says it all: he was a play-maker with 8 assists in 4 years


    then he left to england when nobody wanted him anymore at PSG

    another black player had a similar path with very high expectations (not as high though, but still very hyped):

    stephane sessegnon:

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    he was compared with okocha
    then he was so awful that he was mocked by the fans, and PSG had to sell him in england

    black play-makers....they virtually don't exist
     
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  4. frederic38

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    i remember odonkor from the 2006 world cup:

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    he used to come in from the bench and everyone was bragging about how powerfull he was, the new multicultural and mixed germany, ect

    then he had injuries and failed to live up to the hype, and he went from a spanish club to the german 3rd or 4th division
    now he is in an obscure ukranian club according to wikipedia
     
  5. John

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    21 year-old Congolese winger from France Gael Kakuta is a Chelsea flop. He's officially been with Chelsea since 2009 and has failed to make it to the first-team. Last season, he wasn't even good enough to start for Bolton. He's been loaned out to 4 different teams and is now with a small Dutch club. He's played a lot of games for France's youth teams, but it turns out that he was never good enough.

    A Chelsea supporter says: I saw him in the open session training in Seattle.... lots of tricks, pace and hunger but anytime he came up against Luiz or Cahill, he kept getting owned and crumbled to the ground. It was funny... too bad.
     
  6. frederic38

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    ah, i'm not surprised to hear that, it was highly predictable

    a global blak flop: last season doncaster played in english second division, and they were very ambitious
    they signed many experienced blacks from the french ligue 1, but they were relagated in 3rd division and most of these blacks are now whithout a club

    some of these blacks from french ligue 1:

    El-Hadji Diouf, Hérita Ilunga, pascal chimbonda, habib beye, herold goulon, lamine diatta, habib bamogo, mamadou bagayoko, and fabien robert (another brother of laurent robert, former newcastle player, i'll add him to my list of french related non-white players)
     
  7. frederic38

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    papiss cissé is know for the spectacular goal he scored last season against chelsea
    he had a good start with newcastle and was, with demba ba, perhaps the most dangerous african striker in a top league

    yet this season he didn't score yet, in 4 full matches (360 minutes)
    his last goal was last season, 7 matches ago, so 630 minutes whithout scoring for him, which is terrible
    and he made no assist either
     
  8. frederic38

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    mbaye niang from AC milan:

    and his goal was scored in the italian cup, not even against a 1st division team

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    remember how he used to be discribed:

    yet he had the same stats in france
    he scored 2 goals in his previous season in france, including a goal scored with the hand

    now he needs to play with senegal internationally (so far he refuses because he thinks that he can play with france) and he will probably leave AC milan soon
     
  9. ThePhilosopher

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    A center-back would be ashamed of that scoring record.:tongue:
     
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    Alvaro Pereira @ Inter Milan.
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    Hailed as a great reinforcement for Inter and paid 10M euros for his transfer from Porto (a very large sum for an Italian club these days). Currently he's sitting on the couch with occasional playing episodes. He only played in 5 Serie A games this season (mostly coming in from the bench the last 20 minutes or so). Rumored to be on his way to Tottenham as soon as this winter...
     
  11. ThePhilosopher

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    The jew that runs tottenham absolutely loves to have mutts like this thing.
     
  12. frederic38

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    remember when demba ba and papiss cissé were scoring goals? :icon_lol:
    http://hereisthecity.com/en-gb/2012...ba-ba-can-fire-newcastle-united-to-the-champ/


    now it's more like this:

    http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/sport/sport-opinion/john-gibson-papiss-cisses-fall-6315054

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    and

    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/...l-not-be-enough-to-stop-transfer-from-chelsea

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  13. ThePhilosopher

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    Ba and Cisse only ever played well for a month or two ever,and were glorified as if they were all time premier league greats.During that time they were okay thanks to the long ball tactics of Alan Pardew which was the only football they can play.

    Demba Ba has been especially horrible.This black plays with Mata,Hazard,Oscar and still can't score goals.That is damning indeed!
    However,the most hyped Newcastle player in the past few years has to be Ben Arfa.

    Have fun!

    Many commentators,"experts" too rue the fact that he could've been the non-white Messi,if it weren't for "bad luck" and "injuries".


    Another Prospective Ballon D'OR winner here:



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    A few really dumb Arsenal fans believe he'd have been as good as Yaya Toure,had it not been for his injuries.


    Since it isn't forbidden to dream,this is mine:


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    USA forward Jozy Altidore has been an absolute disaster for Sunderland, which paid £9 million to acquire him. He has scored only 2 goals in 21 appearances this season, which should result in him getting indefinitely benched. This guy's goal rate in the EPL is the worst I have seen: 2 goals in 45 games.

    Christian Benteke is shaping up to be a one-season wonder. He is currently in a 10-game goal drought for Villa. He is guaranteed playing time with this bottom-feeder club, so there's little excuse for his goal-shyness.

    Jack Rodwell went to Man City for £13 and he can't buy playing time. He has played only 90 minutes so far in the league this season. With and without the ball, this player has zero quality.

    The super-athlete Micah Richards finds himself perpetually injured. He was once touted as a future England captain, but now his future in Manchester is threatened by Pablo Zabaleta, a genuinely world-class fullback who is a favorite of every City fan.

    Wilfried Bony made a big-money move to Swansea, and has performed poorly at the club: 4 goals in 15 games.

    Fraizer Campbell is a low-class journeyman bum originally from Man United's youth team. He was sold to Sunderland and completely failed there and is now with newly-promoted Cardiff. His record of 11 goals in 89 Premier League appearances is simply not good enough at this level.
     
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    Whoever paid 9M for Altidore should be fired!I mean he is a proven PL flop!
    Same should be said regarding Bony.

    Both these black players scored in the Eredivise(I know Bony did,but can Altidore score?Even in the Dutch league?) and were bought for big money and the press didn't even say a word.If a PL side approached a white player fro mthe same league,the press would whine and whine about poor players.

    As an example,MANU decided 16M was a bit much for Strootman,from the dutch League this season.So they,bought the muslim wog Fellani for 27M.

    The result?
    Strootman went to Roma for 16M and has made 15 appearance scoring 4 goals on the way to see Roma standing second in the Serie A.

    Manu are meanwhile languishing in sixth in the PL with Fellani making eight appearances only and being under fire from all quarters for his performances.
     
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    jozy "pumpkinhead" altidore has 1 premier league goal every 1273 minutes :rockon: (3 goals)
     
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    God,Di Canio paid 8 m for him?:rant:
     
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    Nearly as bad as David N'Gog's 3 goals in 33 premier league games for Bolton. The guy still didn't get dropped the season after for some strange reason.
    I'm quite sure a young local player could score more than 3 goal's a season.
     
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    Wow. N'Gog has managed to get himself signed to a premiership club (Swansea). Some of these manager's must be blind or have a retard level IQ. If they actually watched him play they would know there are conference players who are better than him or alternatively look at his pitiful goal scoring record on wikipedia.
     
  24. frederic38

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    does he have a fancy haircut?
    it looks that it's the only think that matters in today's soccer
     
  25. Matra2

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    Not only did he lose the football he was incredibly sluggish trying to get back into the play. Look at the gap the attacking player opens up.
     

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