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  1. frederic38

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    impressive, by looking at this list one would get the impression that there are no blacks in MLS
    de rosario's parents are from guyana according to wikipedia, that means that he is a mix between black and amerindian
    but he looks whiter than most guayanese people so i think that he is mixed
    guayana is partly a french region, we have florent malouda who's from there for example
     
  2. MilanClass

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    The starting XI looks good. I have disagree with you on one thing though. Persians are white. Many scientists consider them the original "Aryans". Most Persians I've met look completely white.

    Also some interesting news. The two blackest teams in MLS, Toronto and Portland, recently fired their managers. Aron Winter, a black "Dutchman" was fired by Toronto FC and John Spencer was let go by Portland. It looks like the black supremacy experiment failed. Maybe more managers will take note if they realize the consequences.
     
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    how many defeats in a row did toronto fc? last time they had 9 losses in a row
    did they beat manchester united's record? (12 losses)
     
  4. Matra2

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    It seems they broke their losing streak at 9 due to this goal by one of their few white players Dutchman Danny Koevermans:

    [video=youtube;Bwx3CIuZFfQ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bwx3CIuZFfQ[/video]

    After that Aron Winter resigned and was replaced by ex-England international Paul Mariner. Since then according to the MLS website they have had another win, 3 ties, and a loss. so they seem to be improving.

    BTW the aforementioned Dwayne De Rosario played for Toronto for a couple of seasons. They traded him last season (Klinsmann's advice perhaps?) and since then he's become the league's top player according to some. (I don't know as I only see the occasional MLS match). Maybe it is because he now has better players around him than he did at Toronto FC.
     
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    Alessandro Nesta. Probably slower than he used to be but I'm sure he can still handle Freddie Adu.
     
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    these black defenders look totally clueless on the goal you posted matra :fear:

    they make black defenders from england look like maldini
    only in france i see black defenders that bad
     
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    Yes, I noticed the pathetic defending - by one player in particular.

    Meanwhile Beckham scored twice against Portland. A free kick and this goal:

    [video=youtube;W9YkOdI34bY]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9YkOdI34bY[/video]

    He was given way too much room but a good strike nonetheless.
     
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    The final score in that game was 5-3 LA. All the goals were scored by white players despite Portland being almost entirely black.
     
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    african players starting to invade the youth development of MLS clubs:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/19745442

    it makes me sick, it's exactly the same than what happens in belgian or french clubs, and european clubs in general
     
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    But...but...but...according to the media and DWFs the USA's 30 million blacks are the greatest athletes on earth and the key to America's soccer future! So how come they need to import more? Why don't they just go to Harlem and the local ghetto and find all these budding superstars?:icon_cool:
     
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    I always get a kick out of the fact that despite all the searching for black and hispanic stars, the only 2 internationally relevant, non-goalkeeper, US "stars" are Landon Donovan and Clint Dempsey.
     
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    Why would I support this nonsense? They're really going to bring quality to the US. Orlando City isn't even the MLS.

    I would rather watch white Americans than a bunch of blacks from Africa. I am going to give these people my money?
     
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    Exactly! This team is an absolute joke. Remember when the U.S. team used to play actual Americans? Remember the U.S. teams best finish at the quarterfinals in 2002? Everyone I knew loved that team They were all American born players. No "magic Africans". No mercenaries. No half-black German mulattoes.

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    This team was a great mix of players whose parents were from actual top footballing countries and what it meant to be American. Reyna's parents were from Argentina and Portugal (two top footballing nations). Frankie Hejduk's parents were Czech and Croatian. Landon Donovan and John O'Brien were Irish. Brad Friedel's grandparents were from Germany.


    And then you had someone like Clint Mathis. This guy was the embodiment of that team. A true badass all-American player who played with heart and spirit. Even if the team lost, they would play with heart. They were proud to wear the U.S. jersey.

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    thanks for posting the link milanclass

    i see that they mention the quotas scandal from france in the thread, it's really relevant because this black player is typically the kind of player who shouldn't turn professional
    he's only scoring goals (allegedly, because i confess that as a frenchman who follows french soccer pretty closely i have NEVER heard of that worthless clown) because he's black so he has a physical advantage in the youth teams because blacks mature earlier physically than whites
    what they don't seem to know is that laurent blanc didn't want to have less blacks in the national team because he's racist and hates blacks, but because blacks were/are chosen by french clubs because they are bigger than whites at young age (then whites eventually catch up, but it's too late), and therefore the french players trained in france were/are all very physical blacks with no skills
    laurent blanc mentioned that spain doesn't have any problem with that because they have no blacks there, so the most skilled players can be spotted because they won't be overshadowed by physical blacks
    what they are doing is basically the exact same mistake than france did, and they are proud of it

    another mistake that i spotted was a poster saying that drogba was top scorer in france, it never happened
    the only year drogba played in first division in france with marseille, the top scorer was djibril cissé:
    http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4s7bz_les-rates-de-cisse-mdr_sport#from=embed

    djibril cissé is very famous in france for being one of the funniest players to watch, he has 0 skill and when he shoots you never know where the ball will end up:
    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-tyne-13004471
    he also flopped really badly in italy (lazio)

    the poster also mentions that drogba was top scorer in second division in france, actually he never played in 2nd division

    here is the post in which he says all this nonsense:
    http://www.bigsoccer.com/community/...i-tall-in-france.1975543/page-2#post-26541799

    oh, and he also said that drogba played the UEFA final against porto coached by mourinho, actually marseille were destroyed by valencia in the final, i remember it pretty well
    actually porto won the champions league while drogba was losing the UEFA cup final, maybe that's why he did this mistake, but these are 2 very different competitions, champions league is for the top european clubs while UEFA cup, now named "europa league" is like the second division of european club football
     
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    check out this answer:

    :rofl:
     
  18. MilanClass

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    I've never understood this American obsession with "Breaking the Color Barrier" for every sport. I understand it was historic when Jackie Robinson did it with baseball because that was our national pastime. But now the media obsesses over it for even the most trivial sports like Poker, lacrosse, and golf. I've lived in the U.S. my whole life and I still don't understand why so many people go crazy when they see a black player pick up a mostly white sport. Very few people used to watch golf. It used to get very low ratings. Now the media covers it like its the World Cup. Maybe my fellow Americans can help me out here and explain me why this is so important for every single sport.

    Anyway, no matter how many African mercenaries the DWL's overhype year after year, they can wait all they want for a Tiger Woods of soccer. It's going to be awhile.
     
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    I found this video the other day on ESPN's Youtube channel. This is classic American media stupidity. Sometimes the jokes just write themselves. Can you describe how many things are wrong with this:


    [video=youtube;RxS4v7bN1Bg]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RxS4v7bN1Bg[/video]


    If you don't know who the black guy is, he is a quasi-famous American rap musician named Snoop Dogg who used to be popular in the early 1990's but hasn't come out with anything meaningful in almost 20 years. Yet he still lives of his fame that he obtained during a 5 year period where his music was popular. I have no idea why the media still considers him a celebrity but then again I can't really explain anything the American media does anymore. They live in their own little crazy world devoid of reality.
     
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    The USMNT can no longer be considered a serious, competitive, national team. The roster no longer reflects the demographics of the nation and hardly contains any American born players. Even the blacks are now Euro-mutts, Haitians and other foreign failures. This team is more of a radical left-wing social experiment than a cohesive national squad like Spain, Italy or even Argentina and Brasil. It's ironic that the inebriated White fanboys (as well as many Hispanics and other third world "Americans" as I suspect) on bigsoccer consider the idea of having home grown, White talent on a majority White country's team as racist, extreme right. However, they don't consider their radical, politically driven, multicultural, Marxist ideology discriminatory, close minded or unfair. After all, who cares about the 70% of the population this negatively effects right?

    I no longer can support the USMNT in any way, shape or form.
     
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    Wasn't the vast majority of the players that made it to the final 8 in the 2002 WC American born whites?
     
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    If anyone was wondering, MLS just named their Best XI...Only 3 are non-white and 6 are American Born whites:

    http://www.mlssoccer.com/news/article/2012/11/26/sporting-kc-land-four-players-2012-mls-best-xi

    I'd also like to mention several other whites could've easily cracked the top XI, including Americans Kenny Cooper (New York), Will Bruin (Houston) and Jay Demerit (Vancouver). American born talent Brek Shea had a mediocre season and hopefully he bounces back next season, but he did not deserve to make the list this year.


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    David Beckham, Landon Donovan and the LA Galaxy will take on the Houston Dynamo in the MLS Cup tomorrow. It's a rematch of 2011 MLS Cup, which LA won. LA usually starts at least 7 whites and may actually have up to 9 whites on the pitch at any given point, from time-to-time. This is nothing short of "stunning", considering how much MLS caters to Hispanics. One would think a team in the defacto Mexican city of Los Angeles would be mostly non-white?

    Houston has been less white friendly than in recent years, as they might only start 5 to 6 whites, but a lot of that has to do with them losing their top talent to the Premier League -- Stuart Holden, Geoff Cameron. I wonder if talented, young striker Will Bruin will be the next Dynamo star to find his way to the EPL?
     
  24. Liverlips

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    Great news. Didn't know MLS was so white now.
     
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