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Thread started 08/19/10 10:51pm

Paradisekiss03

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For all the soccer fanatics!: Who are your favorite soccer players?

(Based on soccer skills not as in who is cute!) biggrin

Ok here is my list:

  1. Chicharito Hernandez (was five rows away from him behind the gaolie @ the MLS vs Manchester game. The guy NEVER turned around to greet people... but whatever) pout
  2. Landon Donovan
  3. Diego Forlan dancing jig
  4. Kaka
  5. Ronaldinho
  6. Mesut Ozil (legend in the making!) nod
  7. Thomas Muller
  8. Gabriel Heinze
I really like spicy food. I mostly put Jalapenos on a lot of my food.

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Reply #1 posted 08/20/10 2:24am

funkadelic11

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soccer ? no no no! it's called football !

watch it ! cool

my all-time favorite football player is ronaldinho

currently messi

once i was a fan of roberto baggio, since i watched him kicking "my" teams arse confused

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Reply #2 posted 08/20/10 2:38am

NMuzakNSoul

i don't like too many current players my favorite current player would be rafael van der vaart.

previously: patrick kluivert

classic: johan cruijff

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Reply #3 posted 08/20/10 2:50am

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funkadelic11 said:

soccer ? no no no! it's called football !

watch it ! cool

my all-time favorite football player is ronaldinho

currently messi

once i was a fan of roberto baggio, since i watched him kicking "my" teams arse confused

You should have posted the link you sended me lol

http://www.youtube.com/wa...r_embedded

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Reply #4 posted 08/20/10 3:01am

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AndGodCreatedMe said:

funkadelic11 said:

soccer ? no no no! it's called football !

watch it ! cool

my all-time favorite football player is ronaldinho

currently messi

once i was a fan of roberto baggio, since i watched him kicking "my" teams arse confused

You should have posted the link you sended me lol

http://www.youtube.com/wa...r_embedded

it's there !

which part of "watch it " didn't you understand ? razz

[Edited 8/26/10 3:51am]

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Reply #5 posted 08/20/10 3:07am

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funkadelic11 said:

AndGodCreatedMe said:

You should have posted the link you sended me lol

http://www.youtube.com/wa...r_embedded

it's there !

which part of "watch it " didn't you understand ? razz

redface

didn't click your link lol

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Reply #6 posted 08/20/10 4:52pm

Paradisekiss03

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funkadelic11 said:

soccer ? no no no! it's called football !

watch it ! cool

my all-time favorite football player is ronaldinho

currently messi

once i was a fan of roberto baggio, since i watched him kicking "my" teams arse confused

I call it football too! or futbolito! (he heh!) but seeing an NFL thread at the top of the forum.... confused

I really like spicy food. I mostly put Jalapenos on a lot of my food.

"There are three types of women for a man. The woman he wants to marry, the woman he should marry, and the woman he ends up marrying".
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Reply #7 posted 08/20/10 4:53pm

prb

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you called it soccer mushy

seems that i was busy doing something close to nothing, but different than the day before music beret
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Reply #8 posted 08/21/10 10:44pm

Paradisekiss03

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prb said:

you called it soccer mushy

is it a crime? confused

I really like spicy food. I mostly put Jalapenos on a lot of my food.

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Reply #9 posted 08/22/10 2:15am

angelcat

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Paradisekiss03 said:

prb said:

you called it soccer mushy

is it a crime? confused

i call it soccer too, one of our national games is Gaelic Football, so it saves confusion.

as a massive Liverpool fan, i've got to say Torres (providing he stays fit)

and xabi Alonso is brilliant too.

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Reply #10 posted 08/22/10 4:02am

Dave1992

First of all, it's called football.

Chicharito has a long way to go, but he has great potential.

Why would a professional turn around in a game to greet the fans?

My favourite football players of all time are:

Eric Cantona

Paul Scholes

George Best

David Beckham

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Reply #11 posted 08/22/10 5:35am

angelcat

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Dave1992 said:

First of all, it's called football.

Chicharito has a long way to go, but he has great potential.

Why would a professional turn around in a game to greet the fans?

My favourite football players of all time are:

Eric Cantona

Paul Scholes

George Best

David Beckham

best tell the boys at sky sports to stop calling it soccer then.

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Reply #12 posted 08/22/10 8:48am

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Paradisekiss03 said:

funkadelic11 said:

soccer ? no no no! it's called football !

watch it ! cool

my all-time favorite football player is ronaldinho

currently messi

once i was a fan of roberto baggio, since i watched him kicking "my" teams arse confused

I call it football too! or futbolito! (he heh!) but seeing an NFL thread at the top of the forum.... confused

in austria we call it fußball that's german for football btw.

john cleese says it all lol

who cares about the nfl ? razz

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Reply #13 posted 08/22/10 9:09am

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Has anybode mentioned Giovanni van Bronckhorst yet? razz

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Reply #14 posted 08/22/10 9:52am

funkadelic11

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AndGodCreatedMe said:

Has anybode mentioned Giovanni van Bronckhorst yet? razz

no, why should we ?

nana

[Edited 8/22/10 9:53am]

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Reply #15 posted 08/22/10 10:06am

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funkadelic11 said:

AndGodCreatedMe said:

Has anybode mentioned Giovanni van Bronckhorst yet? razz

no, why should we ?

nana

[Edited 8/22/10 9:53am]

mad

Don't try to make it look like you have any knowlegde about fußball rolleyes

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Reply #16 posted 08/23/10 3:25am

Dave1992

angelcat said:

Dave1992 said:

First of all, it's called football.

Chicharito has a long way to go, but he has great potential.

Why would a professional turn around in a game to greet the fans?

My favourite football players of all time are:

Eric Cantona

Paul Scholes

George Best

David Beckham

best tell the boys at sky sports to stop calling it soccer then.

I did, but Sky have a huge American contingent among their customers that would be mighty puzzled if anybody called a sport in which you play a ball with your foot "football", as it might even lead suicide attempts out of frustration and overall confusion.

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Reply #17 posted 08/23/10 6:10am

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Dave1992 said:

angelcat said:

best tell the boys at sky sports to stop calling it soccer then.

I did, but Sky have a huge American contingent among their customers that would be mighty puzzled if anybody called a sport in which you play a ball with your foot "football", as it might even lead suicide attempts out of frustration and overall confusion.

true. calling it soccer does save a lot of international confusion.

ye were lucky yesterday.

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Reply #18 posted 08/23/10 7:17am

Ottensen

I became completely enamoured of all the new youngins' who made up our German team for the World Cup. They were all energetic and just outstanding. Unfortunately a host of better funded first league clubs across Europe have snatched them all up and they've left mad . Now I got bupkus. confused

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Reply #19 posted 08/23/10 8:04am

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AndGodCreatedMe said:

funkadelic11 said:

no, why should we ?

nana

[Edited 8/22/10 9:53am]

mad

Don't try to make it look like you have any knowlegde about fußball rolleyes

shhh

i'm downloading the whole dvd from cleese now, then i know EVERYTHING about football razz

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Reply #20 posted 08/23/10 8:04am

Dave1992

angelcat said:

Dave1992 said:

I did, but Sky have a huge American contingent among their customers that would be mighty puzzled if anybody called a sport in which you play a ball with your foot "football", as it might even lead suicide attempts out of frustration and overall confusion.

true. calling it soccer does save a lot of international confusion.

ye were lucky yesterday.

I'd call a saved penalty, control of most passes played in that game and still only a draw as a result rather unlucky!

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Reply #21 posted 08/23/10 9:56am

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Dave1992 said:

angelcat said:

true. calling it soccer does save a lot of international confusion.

ye were lucky yesterday.

I'd call a saved penalty, control of most passes played in that game and still only a draw as a result rather unlucky!

just trying to wind you up, only caught the end of it.

own goal was fortunate though.

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Reply #22 posted 08/24/10 1:09am

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funkadelic11 said:

AndGodCreatedMe said:

mad

Don't try to make it look like you have any knowlegde about fußball rolleyes

shhh

i'm downloading the whole dvd from cleese now, then i know EVERYTHING about football razz

hehe, classic... when he explains offside rules Pythonesque... priceless woot! lol

http://www.youtube.com/wa...mC9JOcaofI

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Reply #23 posted 08/24/10 1:14am

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funkadelic11 said:

in austria we call it fußball that's german for football btw.

john cleese says it all lol

who cares about the nfl ? razz

http://www.youtube.com/wa...re=related

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Reply #24 posted 08/24/10 1:34am

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Dancelot said:

funkadelic11 said:

in austria we call it fußball that's german for football btw.

john cleese says it all lol

who cares about the nfl ? razz

http://www.youtube.com/wa...re=related

i simply love that guy biggrin

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Reply #25 posted 08/24/10 1:43am

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funkadelic11 said:

Dancelot said:

http://www.youtube.com/wa...re=related

i simply love that guy biggrin

hehe, did you steal that gif from my myspace page? smile

http://www.myspace.com/51077282

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Reply #26 posted 08/24/10 2:24am

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Haben ja doch einige Landsleute Zeit für GD mr.green

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Reply #27 posted 08/24/10 2:38am

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Dancelot said:

funkadelic11 said:

i simply love that guy biggrin

hehe, did you steal that gif from my myspace page? smile

http://www.myspace.com/51077282

no ! i would never steal anything ! angel

and i never checked out your page (bis jetzt) wink

@Serious no wonns um fuaßboi geht... wink

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Reply #28 posted 08/24/10 2:53am

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funkadelic11 said:

Dancelot said:

hehe, did you steal that gif from my myspace page? smile

http://www.myspace.com/51077282

no ! i would never steal anything ! angel

and i never checked out your page (bis jetzt) wink

@Serious no wonns um fuaßboi geht... wink

Alles klar lol

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Reply #29 posted 08/24/10 3:26am

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I've always been entertained by Maradona.

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