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Old 06-28-2002, 09:56 AM   #16
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Oliver Kahn springs to mind.
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Old 06-28-2002, 01:52 PM   #18
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Kahn
Rivaldo
Mattie Holland!(Roy Keane played for Ireland?! )

Most promising anyone? My vote definitely goes to Damien Duff, or even Robbie Keane!

Biggest shock good performance by a player? Rustu, Breen, midfielder for Mexico I can't think of, Ramones I think or something, Rafo? And a central defender from South Korea, again tricky name.
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That pic was from France 98!
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Speaking of France 98, does anyone happen to have a photo of Fabien Barthez and Ronaldo colliding in midair during the finals?
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I stopped watching after the semi finals
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Kahn
Rivaldo
Mattie Holland!(Roy Keane played for Ireland?! )

Most promising anyone? My vote definitely goes to Damien Duff, or even Robbie Keane!

Biggest shock good performance by a player? Rustu, Breen, midfielder for Mexico I can't think of, Ramones I think or something, Rafo? And a central defender from South Korea, again tricky name.
Ramon Morales?

I think Gerardo Torrado was better for us, and thinking of young players, I think Metzelder (21 years has been very good) and Klose has been the best young forward.

from Ireland I liked more robbie.
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Old 06-29-2002, 12:30 AM   #24
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sorry bullet. I found a site this morning...
All I Want Is Ronaldo. LMAO

Before this WC I had never seen him play, except for one documentary about his early days some time ago. And I'd seen no pics. So I have got a bit carried away I'll behave....until Sunday night
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Speaking of France 98, does anyone happen to have a photo of Fabien Barthez and Ronaldo colliding in midair during the finals?
This??



About the player of Tournament, I'll go with everybody.... Kahn. Fabulous tournament for him.
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Old 06-29-2002, 08:52 AM   #26
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After semis? but why? there was one more game with holland in the suporting role after semis

and Rivaldo? - no way, hi is so selfish, and not to metion his acting possibilities...
in semi-final the superstar tht is ronaldo passes, assissts, but rivaldo has no idea what a team-play is,a nd all that when the result is only 1:0.. he had 3 chances to assist his teammates for a certain goal but his agenda was only to keep up with ronaldo on the scoresheet... phatetic. That's why he doesn't deserve to win the title of player of the tournament.

so it's Kahn, Ronaldinho, Ronaldo, and maybe even Ballack, but as he doesn't play the finaly he hasn't got a chance
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Typical Dutch... not quite getting to the end

And if you wanted a "better" pic of Ronaldo and Barthez colliding in mid-air, you should have bought my paper. I put it in especially!
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at least it's not Kahn
he should have hold on to Rinaldo's shot that caused the first goal
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he should have hold on to Rinaldo's shot that caused the first goal
Not the best time for Kahn to make his first mistake of the tournament.
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