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Old 07-11-2006, 10:04 PM   #76
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Ok, let's send Zidane to jail and replay the final.

By the way, the title is 1/23rd Argentine as Camoranesi was born in Argentina...
And there are many many Argentinians of italian blood, and gattuso is married to a Scot, and the best German players were poles, and the aussies are Croationa/Italian, and Perrotta was born in England, and and and.........

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Oh, stop it!
You're making me blush
Ok, I won't call you pretty anymore...

I will stick to "gorgeous".

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And there are many many Argentinians of italian blood, and gattuso is married to a Scot, and the best German players were poles, and the aussies are Croationa/Italian, and Perrotta was born in England, and and and.........

True, but Camoranesi played in Argentina for something like 24 years and got his Italian passport like 2 years ago. So, he is more Argentine than Italian, by far...

Technically, I could play for the Italian team... andiamo gli azzurri! Io ho il passaporto italiano.
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Be careful, J_NP, this is probably the worst World Cup for Brazilians to make fun of anyone...

We'll meet in the Copa America next year... And Messi will play this time (I hope...).

I'm buying Elizondo's t-shirt to celebrate.
You see I said , I won't do that ......

Will we have a Am Cup , hope it gets better and exciting , it's starting to get boring always the fight BRA X ARG , if only Ecuador acts like in the WC or some other team gets better ..... sometimes I wish we had a tourn. like EuroCup , but if such , like Bra and Arg were europeans would be another WC

Bring on the kid , I'm sure his 'buddy Ro' will have good reasons to be great
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Last time I heard talk trash , doesnt include racist comments or call someone terrorist , specially in a football game ...... but again , " there's the DOUBT"

But Toscano , if we go again with the 'theory' : Materazzi is a Zidane a , and " we put the doubt in favor of Mat "

That link of Youtube would have to be put again here and seen
no one said Materazzi is a saint, but this kind of trash talking goes on all the time in pro sports

And I repeat, we do NOT know what was said, Materazzi has said he did NOT call anyone a "son of a terrorist whore", and zidane hasn't said a thing, although a public apology would be in order.

Still, if some obscure lip reader and "the sun" say it's true, well it must be. All we need now is for Fox sports to say it's true and that will seal it 100%.
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the Fifa doesn't investigate.
Uhm, I've read this quite a few times online though:

FIFA announced Tuesday it will open a disciplinary investigation into Zidane's conduct.
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True, but Camoranesi played in Argentina for something like 24 years and got his Italian passport like 2 years ago. So, he is more Argentine than Italian, by far...

Technically, I could play for the Italian team... andiamo gli azzurri! Io ho il passaporto italiano.
Technically so could I. I could actually play for 3 different teams (if I was any good that is).

Looks like he made a wise choice !
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It wasn't only the Sun , it was also BBC , TV Channel Globo , French Television
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It wasn't only the Sun , it was also BBC , TV Channel Globo , French Television
looks like they're all reporting the same speculative non-fact then doesn't it ?
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Actually not the same , Globo claims Materazzi called Zidane's sister of wh...... 2x and such , there are some differences

BTW hey Pablo , no sey se te contei , pero mi nombre es lo mesmo del primeiro dello camisa 10 de su time
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I thought this was interesting:

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The main sponsors of soccer icon Zinedine Zidane rallied around the retiring France football captain on Tuesday despite his dismissal for head-butting an opponent in the closing stages of Sunday's World Cup final.
I suppose the French public, at least, is very forgiving and feel at least a little bit that the headbutt was justified.
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Don't know much about "The sun" do ya ?

They are to journalism what Zidane is to turning the other cheek
Actually, to me it (the images/movie clip) looks like Zidane was considering to just let it slide.
His head butt seems to come out of nowhere (comes as a surprise).
Both players were walking away from each other, after one held the other by the shirt.
Evidently he changed his mind (when something was said), so he turned around and BOOMCHA!! ( Just couldn't help but throw that in there!)
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Actually not the same , Globo claims Materazzi called Zidane's sister of wh...... 2x and such , there are some differences

BTW hey Pablo , no sey se te contei , pero mi nombre es lo mesmo del primeiro dello camisa 10 de su time
This is just getting stupider by the minute

Different long distance video lip readers reporting different things, and everyone is buying it when zidane himself hasn't said anything like that. speculation why ? Becaus eMaterazzi probably said nothing like that and zidane knows he'll be seen as nothing more than apetulant thug if it turns out it was nothing more than a your momma type comment

Personally i really don't care what materazzi said, you just can not rationalize violence on the pitch, and you can't screw up your own team with a few minutes to go over some personal vendetta

until he apologies publicly or comes out and says what is was Materazzi said, he'll be seen as nothing more than a hot-headed fool.

If he was so badly abused as it appears the lip reading community and The Sun thinks is possible then that apology will only cement his standing as one of the great football stars and now the most high profile too.
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Technically, I could play for the Italian team...
Talkin bout , what you say of thisssssssss .......



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Ok, I won't call you pretty anymore...

I will stick to "gorgeous".

OK, now you've done it.
I didn't wanna show this side of me, but you provoked me!!!!

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