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Old 05-09-2006, 05:06 PM   #61
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I saw that coming.

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In the 1994 World Cup, after Maradona had been suspended, Argentina got knocked out in the 2nd round by Romania...... kinda missed him then, don't ya think!
Argentina had a great team in 1982, Maradona was in it, he was in top form, Argentina lost.

Pelé was in top form in only 2 world cups, 1958 and 1970, he easily won both.
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Argentina had a great team in 1982, Maradona was in it, he was in top form, Argentina lost.

Pelé was in top form in only 2 world cups, 1958 and 1970, he easily won both.
Maradona was too young in 1982. Check the game against Brazil where he gets sent off, totally lost it.

Talking of 1982, the Brazil team of that World Cup was THE greatest team I have ever seen play this beautiful game. Yes I know yer gonna say it "but they got knocked out by Italy". Yep they did cos they were a team that couldn't defend and just played the game with the attitude that if you score 3 then we will score 4. I have most of the games they played in the 1982 World Cup and what performances and what goals and teamplay. If you want to see how football should be played just get any of Brazils matches from this World Cup in 1982. Against Scotland, Italy and Argentina they play some damn brilliant Football. What a team, Zico, Socrates, Junior, Falcao, Eder, Oscar, Cerezo......ahhh great memories I was only 13, broke my heart when Italy beat them!
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What a team, Zico, Socrates, Junior, Falcao, Eder, Oscar, Cerezo......ahhh great memories I was only 13, broke my heart when Italy beat them!






................and then we became worldchampions!

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Zico

I love that guy, what a great player he was. Shame he only played in Europe after he was 30.

i own this t-shirt:

http://www.tshirts365.com/store/come...?idProduct=404

every time i wear it out people make comments about it and how good Zico was

It takes pride of place in my wardrobe!
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Old 05-10-2006, 11:17 AM   #66
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And for what team? Inter? Milan? Juve?


No......................, he played for UDINESE!

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Then again George Best played for Fulham so you never know with these footballers
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Old 05-10-2006, 11:23 AM   #68
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It's like Bono who would drink water insted of Jameson Irish Whiskey...............................

You know, some things just always must get together


Players like Zico, Best--------------> great teams

Bono----------------> Jameson Irish Whiskey


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I'd like to get together with Jameson Irish Whiskey

















Except i've never tried it before

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I have posted this before... this drawing summarizes football's greatest masterpiece, that could only be executed by Diego.

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obviously the illustrator wasn'tvery good at drawing HANDS
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1982 deserved a final Brazil - France
Zico, Socrates, Junior, Falcao vs Platini, Giresse, Tigana
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obviously the illustrator wasn'tvery good at drawing HANDS

Let be for a moment that HAND, even when you're english you can't deny the goal scored starting from the midfield burning the half english team was a masterpiece. Then, ok, the goal with the hand, awful thing, but football had and has so many dirty things that a goal scored with a hand is just a drop in the ocean. You can't always remember that hand and forget that other unceasing galloping which is the most beautiful goal of the whole WorldCup history.
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1982 deserved a final Brazil - France
Zico, Socrates, Junior, Falcao vs Platini, Giresse, Tigana



Maybe with 2 penalties more against Germany in the semifinal you would have had the chance to lose against Italy in the final! What a pity!

How much penalties did they shot in that semifinal?
Even Joel Bats shot, no?
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It was not Bats yet.

France only needed an honest referee
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