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Discussion in 'Soccer' started by Europe, May 16, 2010.
gareth bale for real madrid:
That's what you pay a world record fee for!:high5:
and the media said that selling ozil to buy bale was a mistake
real madrid will be hard to stop in champions league
no defense, like most of the teams today, and a bad striker, but 2 monsters with ronaldo and bale, and other quality players
The jewish media,Frederic...be specific.
That is because of the blackening of defenses worldwide.
And understatement if I ever saw one.
The only reason Benzema is a Real player is because he's a Arab marketing player....most 'normal' Real fans would've got that by now.
Sadly,I cannot see Real get rid of him in the near future.They've already sold one Arab(okay,Turk...whatever) and Benzema's departure will mean that Real will have only one Arab on its roster(Khedira)....that's a disaster!
For Perez and his cronies anyways,that is.
Maybe they will only sell him if they can replace him with another Arab......and that thought frightens me.
Benzema,Ozil,Nasri are pretty much the best arabs out there.Burak Yilmaz could be the one though.
great goal in a champions league final by diego milito
AndrÃ©-Pierre Gignac great goal for the Mexican club Tigres.
How did a player of this calibre end up playing in Mexico? He is 29, so not particularly old.
If he were Black he would have been picked up by an EPL side in no time.
^Gignac is one player who really has been mistreated a lot,because he looks white.But the poor chap is a gypsy.But still,he's a very decent striker who can easily play for the EPL teams contesting for Europe.But then those teams prefer to buy proven black flops like Kone,Gomis etc
Alberto Moreno,Liverpool's left back,scored this absolute peach of a goal against Newcastle,only to have it wrongly disallowed for offside:
That's a LB!I wouldn't trust even the best black players(Yaya Toure and.....uh...Jackson Martinez?) to ever score that,let alone with such finesse.
Fantastic coordination on this volley-lob, one of the most difficult shots. Also kept his cool after scoring instead of the usual stupid goal celebration including some sort of African tribal dance as is all too common today. Spain is producing some fantastic players and they are all White.
Marcelo Brozovic in Udinese-Inter 0-4:
Good goal by Icardi from the same game:
It's about time this topic was dragged out of the vault...
WLODZIMIERZ LUBANSKI (Gornik Zabrze) vs Rangers - European Cup Winners' Cup, 1969-70, Second Round:
Andy Carrol from a week ago:
Eden Hazard goal from today that a negro player could only ever dream of doing.
Thanks for the great goals,guys.
That pitch at Ibrox brings back childhood memories of watching English football and playing at my local park.
Mucky pitches used to be a common explanation for the lack of 'technical skills' amongst British players. The ones playing today almost certainly had perfect conditions to train on at their well-funded academies in the 90s and the 2000s so what excuses do they have?
The "forgotten" Fernando Torres with a beauty today.
I know of a terrible habit of repeating myself repeating myself but how many times throughout the years have I mentioned that Arjen Robben has no right foot? He can't even pass the ball with his right so why, oh, why, do defenders keep allowing him onto his left coming in from the right flank just outside the box? Anyway, it just happened again with predictable result - a Bayern goal - with Arsenal's defenders being caught this time. Even so it was struck sweetly by Robben. No video available yet.
Today’s effete, egotistical managers and their pampered multi-millionaire “stars” would blanch in terror at the prospect of having to play on such a churned up paddock. Modern “playmakers” and “record goalscorers” are accustomed to meticulously manicured surfaces and would struggle to dribble or complete a pass on that vintage 1969 Ibrox pitch.
I’d love to see Messi, Ronaldo, and the other mollycoddled megastars of 2017 “weave their magic” on a heavy, uneven 1960s ground with a 1960s ball, wearing 1960s boots and kit - all subject to 1960s regulations and “non-protective” 1960s refereeing. The soft little poseurs would be in tears within a minute…
The English / British players of the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s were far more inventive, intuitive and technically skilled than their money-grubbing, supposedly “ultra-professional” successors of today - and all without the “training”, “guidance”, and “discipline” bestowed by multi-million pound “academies”...
BOBBY CHARLTON, DENIS LAW, GEORGE BEST:
Despite the modern game’s primary emphasis on pants-shitting prevention of scoring and an over-intellectualising of whiteboard tactics to the point of comedic absurdity, highly-paid managers often seem surprisingly incapable of grasping the very basics of defending. Academies inculcate a mechanical rigidity that suppresses players’ individual initiative from the earliest age. Defenders are taught to robotically adhere to managerial instructions and consequently give the impression of not being able to read the game and make their own decisions accordingly.
As You said, anyone with even half a footballing brain can see the most effective way of potentially containing Robben - yet the combined “genius” of Arsene Wenger and his insanely remunerated array of defensive incompetents appear oblivious to something which a kid playing in a 1970s street football match would figure out in no time and try his damnedest to accomplish.
The best goal of the season. Giroud's scorpion kick:
The more I know the player, the more I appreciate him. I remember him since Montpellier. Now he is better and very mature as a man. Great personality, overcome criticisms.