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Old 09-20-2006, 11:19 AM   #1
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Marco Materazzi in training...very funny!!!

He got headbutted by Zidane in the world cup final...heres his new ad...

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I hope he donated his fee to charity. Okay, Zidane was way out of line, but Materazzi wasn't faultless. Would be a shame to see him profit.
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Pfft. How much money do you think YouTube made at Zidane and Materazzi's expense?
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I hope he donated his fee to charity. Okay, Zidane was way out of line, but Materazzi wasn't faultless. Would be a shame to see him profit.
Here we go again. why shouldn't he profit ? he didn't do anything wrong, he did something that's done in every game by most players in every major sport.

Get a courtside nba ticket sometime and listen to what goes on, I've been on an NFL field sideline a few times also, what Materazzi said was mild in comparison. Same in soccer, just normal trash talking. Good for him! Hope he made a bundle !
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you sound bias
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by adrball
you sound bias [/QUOTE

As do you, and you also sound like an appeaser, a spokesperson for the rights of the criminal over the rights of the victim. Zidane was the thug, Materazzi did nothing wrong, yet you say he shouldn't profit ?





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i really don't take this that seriously. i know that sort of thing goes on all of the time on a football pitch, that I can accept. But condoning it in anyway I'm a bit uncomfortable with.

back on track though...the ad is really piss funny.
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In regards to Materazzi, if he can make one of the world's best players lose his cool like that in a situation such as the World Cup final, then more power to him.

An integral part of sports is trying to throw the opposition off their game, and Materazzi has shown himself to be the master at it. Michael Jordan did the same thing in nearly every match, and nobody gets in Jordan's grill the way they do Materazzi.
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didn't this guy hit the deck like a pansy ass when head butted in the chest?
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yes it would have been more appropriate if they had something like a butterfly run into him which knocks him over, or have a light breeze knock him off his feet
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Here we go again. why shouldn't he profit ? he didn't do anything wrong, he did something that's done in every game by most players in every major sport.

Get a courtside nba ticket sometime and listen to what goes on, I've been on an NFL field sideline a few times also, what Materazzi said was mild in comparison. Same in soccer, just normal trash talking. Good for him! Hope he made a bundle !
You're damn right, motherfucker.
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You're damn right, motherfucker.
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Stop your irony, it's a very serious subject :

FIFA president Sepp Blatter said plans were afoot for the two players to be reunited, and one possibility was using the site of the notorious prison where former South African president Nelson Mandela was held.

"We are working on bringing together Materazzi and Zidane," Blatter said in Berlin.

"There are different possibilities and one of them is Robben Island in South Africa where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years."
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Stop your irony, it's a very serious subject :

FIFA president Sepp Blatter said plans were afoot for the two players to be reunited, and one possibility was using the site of the notorious prison where former South African president Nelson Mandela was held.

"We are working on bringing together Materazzi and Zidane," Blatter said in Berlin.

"There are different possibilities and one of them is Robben Island in South Africa where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 27 years."
I was surprised to see the new "Zidane Training smiley"

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