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Old 05-13-2006, 10:19 AM   #76
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Zidane and Deschamps were Juve players in 1998
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To come back to the Maradona topic, Kusturica is finishing his documentary on Diego, it will be great
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Yes , it will be cool, the worst director in history making movie about greatest player in history. Maradona did not deserve that
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He supports the Partizan and you support the Red Star ?
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Ah, Emir Kusturica! He can make good things, I'm sure it's gonna be a great movie. I've seen him live a couple of years back, when he came in Italy with the No Smoking Orchestra. Man, what a mindblowing musicians!!

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Maradona deserves first class directors.I'm not sure how much they know about football, but my pics would be Tarantino, Stone or Scorsese.
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He supports the Partizan and you support the Red Star ?
Large part of my heart took Manchester United so there is not plenty free space for other clubs.I guess I could say I like Partizan and absolutely HATE red star
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Maradona deserves first class directors.I'm not sure how much they know about football, but my pics would be Tarantino, Stone or Scorsese.


Yes, but the question is: do they know Maradona? They maybe don't even watch football or even know what it is
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I stand by my previous comments but having watched a documentary last night about Brazil it is odd a fella called Garrincha isnt mentioned!

Whenever he and Pele played together for Brazil they NEVER lost a game!

he was certainly a better dribbler of the ball than both Pele and Maradona. Pele was better all round.

Maradona still behind both of them and as jimmmmmmm said behind Crouch.lol

btw maradona's second goal against England in 86 was a Terry Fenwick own goal. The cartoon is inaccurate (wink).
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I stand by my previous comments but having watched a documentary last night about Brazil it is odd a fella called Garrincha isnt mentioned!

Whenever he and Pele played together for Brazil they NEVER lost a game!

he was certainly a better dribbler of the ball than both Pele and Maradona. Pele was better all round.

Maradona still behind both of them and as jimmmmmmm said behind Crouch.lol

btw maradona's second goal against England in 86 was a Terry Fenwick own goal. The cartoon is inaccurate (wink).
Just be a little bit more objective, please.

Yeah, right, Garrincha...
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Diego will ask Zidane to continue his carreer after the world cup.
Zidane in Boca
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Also Pele never proved himself in Europe's top leagues whereas Maradona proved himself in Italy and Spain.
José Altafini was in the 1958 squad and played some matches, have you ever heard of him ?
He is the third top scorer of the Italian league with 216 goals, so imagine how many goals would have scored Pelé.
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José Altafini was in the 1958 squad and played some matches, have you ever heard of him ?
He is the third top scorer of the Italian league with 216 goals, so imagine how many goals would have scored Pelé.


But you can just have immagination, you can't think nothing concrete actually. Who knows if he would have worked in Europe? Maybe he would have been caught by saudade and he would have failed, who knows? It's a big hole in Pelé's career to have not play in Europe, there's surely a piece missing.
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