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ShiftyPowers;3117183 said:He makes Mario Gomez look like Ronaldinho. He also eliminated Bayern one year.
Lol Xifio you're bringing good luck to MilanXifio;3117137 said:happy my favourites settled the match for Milan
Filipower;3117187 said:That's because poacher-wise, he makes Mario Gomez look like Ronaldinho. And alright, I understand.
no need to repeat myself ... it's time Uncle Fester gave Udinese a call for Handanović!Xifio;3113649 said:goddam Abbiati proving me right ... literally dropped the ball on that one ...Xifio;3108373 said:- Abbiati is a decent shot-stopper, but a keeper must dive HANDS FIRST across the goal line, NOT FEET FIRST ... could have blocked Pedro at the far post ... if he had done so and still conceded the goal, fair enough ... but that is an alarming technical flaw!
Xifio;3120442 said:Dutchies are always fiesty (“conflict model”, I think they call it) ...
van der Vaart's relationship with Redknapp is not that good now, which is why Milan are sniffing around ...
the Dutch national team was renowned for internal squabbling when I started watching in 90s ... and even in recent times, Sneijder and van Persie have had beef ... Seedorf, meanwhile, has been snubbed for many years due to potentially causing further dressing room disruptions ...
speaking of Seedorf: he only extended his contract for a season, and I don't think it's worth handing him another one ... so Galliani should sign both Ajacieden -- one for the present, and one for the future ...
when he was at Inter, Zlatan recommended van der Vaart to Moratti and Branca ... for the sake of Milan, and in the twilight of their careers, I'm fairly confident Raffie and Zlatan will bury the hatchet if the need arises ...
loved Kluivert!ShiftyPowers;3121818 said:First time I ever seriously remember the Dutch was in World Cup 98, I think the third place game against Croatia, and the announcers were all over the internal problems. They even said the locker room was divided along racial lines, which I've heard is a nasty little undercurrent in Dutch Football, but rarely spoken about or certainly not allowed to boil over in the locker room of a team at the World Cup.
Strange because I remember the players that I admired most from that team were Kluivert, Seedorf, and Davids, and then MAYYYBE Frank De Boer and Overmars. If those were the most iconic players in the team, then it's not hard to envision some jealousy from less talented white players. And the darling of the nation seemed to be the enigmatic Denis Bergkamp.