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Old 06-12-2002, 01:35 PM   #16
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i meant in FOOTBALL context only...why do u need a break from facts..do you like myths
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Old 06-12-2002, 02:49 PM   #17
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do you like myths
I do...hence my nickname! lol ( Irish mythology)

It's all good mate... I just need to turn off the telly for a while..hehehe
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Old 06-12-2002, 03:07 PM   #18
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Tell u what argentina used to my favorite football team a decade back ..and today i know of lots of collegues disappointed to see argentina out so early.

btw, do you like mystery ?
or do you prefer history ?

come on robbie, go get them, beat spain,
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Old 06-12-2002, 03:58 PM   #19
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Give us a bloody break for feck's sake!!!!!!!

It's just a football match!
Sorry, no hard feelings by my post! i'm not trying to criticise the fans, was just an article i read! It's a mad world cup i have to admit, with the two favourites going home after group stage. Mad!!
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desert sky - that was for me..
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Yeah sorry! i kinda wanted to make sure that it didn't look like i was being a bastard by starting this thread!
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Old 06-12-2002, 11:01 PM   #22
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Tell u what argentina used to my favorite football team a decade back ..and today i know of lots of collegues disappointed to see argentina out so early.

btw, do you like mystery ?
or do you prefer history ?

come on robbie, go get them, beat spain,
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Yes i like both: mystery and history, but i always tend to read books about real events.....especially events that took place in Europe..

The last one I read ( now I'm stuck with a book for my English class) was about the life of some guys who were part of the IRA....Very very interesting book I'd say!
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Bad luck Argentina.
Where was #13? Why did they take Placente off? Bad move imho.
Yay for boys with pony tails and #13 shirts
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argentina really needed to do well at these worlds. for the nation.

this is not going to help the state of argentina.
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Yeah sorry! i kinda wanted to make sure that it didn't look like i was being a bastard by starting this thread!
LOL! Don't worry...You were not being a bastard...You just were stating your opinion..
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argentina really needed to do well at these worlds. for the nation.

this is not going to help the state of argentina.
Yeah, we are doomed...We can't even win a football match, damn it! Not to mention to overcome the economic, social and political crisis....lol

Oh well....it's just a moment...this time will pass...
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Argentina's problem is that they insist on playing the idiot boy Ortega, even when the rest of the team is changed, he stays in the team for some unkown reason!
I really dont know what everyone sees in him! He just twists and turns but rarely gets a decent cross in, and scores even less often. He is also one of the worst divers I've ever seen.
OK Veron had a bad game against the English but how can they drop him, he played well when he came on, I still really rate him as one of the best in the world, he just had a couple of abd games.
I feel especially sorry for Batigol, as it was his last cup, and he must have thought he had a chance this time. There just seemed a total lack of togetherness in the squad, that seems to be evident in a lot of the teams that are making early exits.
If there was misbehaviour from the players I think you can put it down to frustration, I dont think the English players are any better.
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Old 06-14-2002, 10:29 AM   #28
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how about the ITALIAN Player diving yesterday..dunt remember the name..u said beckham hit badly in penalty ..what about ortega??
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