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Old 10-20-2005, 11:48 AM   #46
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Oh, I am sure that you preferred this one...

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nah the maradona one is sillier. at least becks doesn't "lose weight" by having it surgically sucked out of his belly, instead actually exercising and eating healthily.
And sweating in front of the camera flashes...
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And having sex with his maid.....
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and wrecking his life and career on drugs........oh wait sorry, that was maradona
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and wrecking his life and career on drugs........oh wait sorry, that was maradona
Do you even dare to compare Maradona's level as a player to that of Beckham?

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Do you even dare to compare Maradona's level as a player to that of Beckham?

not really, but the question of comparing Becks to fatty isn't what this thread is about, its about fatty glorying in his cheating ways, admittedly his second goal that day was wonderful, but you can't get away from the fact the argies victory that day was tainted by cheating
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not really, but the question of comparing Becks to fatty isn't what this thread is about, its about fatty glorying in his cheating ways, admittedly his second goal that day was wonderful, but you can't get away from the fact the argies victory that day was tainted by cheating
Jimmmm, let's be honest, if it would have been Lineker scoring the goal with his hand and eliminating Argentina, you would be the one cheering and could not care less about whether he cheated or not. I have yet to see a Brit complaining about how the penalty kick during the last World Cup was a complete invention of Pierluigi Collina (who, supposedly, is this great referee... who screwed up big time at that game). So let's be fair.
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i might just concede that one to ya
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I think we've about exhausted this debate, its been good jousting with u, u2@nyc, roll on Nov 12th, as England resume battle(football) with Argentina, by the way, Gabby Heinze, pure magic!!!
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I think we've about exhausted this debate, its been good jousting with u, u2@nyc, roll on Nov 12th, as England resume battle(football) with Argentina, by the way, Gabby Heinze, pure magic!!!
Good luck to you too.
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3-2, Football, bloody hell, to quote a certain famous Scotsman,
that was sooooo sweet, what do you think u2@nyc?
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what a win
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3-2, Football, bloody hell, to quote a certain famous Scotsman,
that was sooooo sweet, what do you think u2@nyc?
What I think is that it was a good match, that I had to listen to on the radio because of stupid U.S. TV that decide not to broadcast it... (American sports.... they have no idea about what it is truly important).

What I also think is that it was a great victory for England. I also think that Argentina played pretty well, so I am less mad since it was a friendly match only.

Lastly, I think that our coach is an idiot. He took out Riquelme (best player of the match, without a question) and Crespo when the score was 2-1, not knowing that matches are 90 minutes long.

Overall, congrats to the English. I am just hoping that this does not happen again next year, when it really counts.
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What I think is that it was a good match, that I had to listen to on the radio because of stupid U.S. TV that decide not to broadcast it... (American sports.... they have no idea about what it is truly important).


Lastly, I think that our coach is an idiot. He took out Riquelme (best player of the match, without a question) and Crespo when the score was 2-1, not knowing that matches are 90 minutes long.

I agree totally about the american tv

so your coach pulled a sven eh?


and don't worry we'll beat you next year too
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