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Old 07-12-2006, 08:05 AM   #106
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Talkin bout , what you say of thisssssssss .......



Nao se acanhe tb nos elogios annie


I wasn't when you posted it! Very good!!
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J_NP, Annie wants you.

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Old 07-12-2006, 08:23 AM   #108
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OK, now you've done it.
I didn't wanna show this side of me, but you provoked me!!!!

:butthead:
So this is what I get for being nice to women...



However, I got a butthead instead of a headbutt... so, technically, you would be shoving your butt to me or something like that... hmm, maybe that is not that bad.
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Old 07-12-2006, 08:25 AM   #109
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BTW hey Pablo , no sey se te contei , pero mi nombre es lo mesmo del primeiro dello camisa 10 de su time
Roman?
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Old 07-12-2006, 09:26 AM   #110
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the poor shy put-upon misunderstood and maligned Zidane, a history:

Sep 1993: Marcel Desailly, the Marseilles defender, punches him and the
Bordeaux midfield player retaliates in kind.


Aug 1995: Slaps Thorsten Fink, a Karlsruhe player, in the face.


Oct 1995: Sees red for a tackle from behind on Frédéric Mendy, a Martigues
player.


Sep 1996: At Juventus, sent off against Perugia after two bookings.


Jan 1997: Punches Enrico Chiesa, of Parma.


June 1998: Stamps on Fuad Amin, the Saudi Arabia captain, during World Cup
finals.


Oct 1998: Commits a two-footed challenge on Paolo Sousa, the Inter Milan
player.


Oct 1999: Receives a second yellow card for diving against AS Roma.


Sep 2000: Late challenge on Emerson, the Deportivo La Coruña midfield
player, in Champions League.


Oct 2000: Butts Jochen Kientz, of SV Hamburg, and receives five-match ban.


Feb 2004: First sending-off at Real Madrid for thrusting hand into face of
Pablo Alfaro, the Seville defender.


May 2004: Sent off for second booking after a rash challenge on Djalminha,
the Deportivo midfield player.


April 2005: Tries to punch Quique Álvarez, the Villarreal defender.


July 2006: Butts Marco Materazzi in chest during World Cup final
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I definitely think Zidane will probably apologize in his statement.

I also hope Materazzi is either sport enough to apologize to him or a man enough to stop pretending he didn't say "anything that isn't said in a game all the time". If he has the guts to say it in the field...
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Old 07-12-2006, 11:06 AM   #112
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No , the very 1st one
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Old 07-12-2006, 11:18 AM   #113
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What's the fun in that U2SJ specially after you either :

- Was called "dirty african pig" or
- Had your sister called "prostitute " 2x or
- Was called "dirty terrorist"

Or something like this worse
I find it VERY entertaining!!!!
its about a player losing his gratness all in once...his glory flew suddenly away with this bully reactions...as for materazzis provocations...well there are no proof yet of what he said actually, were judging about nothing...we have no element to judge materazzi...we have all the elements to judge zidane instead!!! He is mad, actually...
even if the inter fc player would have said those things, those words judges themselves....a really sportive player should have ignored them...but zidane didnt...and reacted in the worst way....i find it very strange that we lose time asking what materzzi said....zidane behaviour is barbarous and untolerable in a world cup!!
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easy, easy...

tonight, the truth will be told.....



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Here we go again , for the 1111th time .....

Mat is a Zidane is a

Though this pic isnt exactly very angelical :

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neither is this video... c'mon

http://www. youtube .com/watch?v=c_-_SR62uz0
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Ok... I'm not trying to be Zidane's protector but do we have to keep talking about what happened like it was something no one would ever do? Please... I hate to thing that someone like him will be remembered for such a bad thing...
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Old 07-12-2006, 01:53 PM   #118
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Seriously, I think everyone should agree to stop arguing about the incident. 50 years from now, everyone will just be laughing at all the hilarious parody videos on YouTube.
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Old 07-12-2006, 01:54 PM   #119
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I think Zidane's interview with Canal Plus is about now or already passed. I hope we hear something soon!

Anyway, I came across this - the new rankings from Fifa :

40 AM

ZURICH, Switzerland (Ticker) -- A poor showing at the World Cup did not help the United States in the FIFA's latest world rankings. The same certainly could not be said for Italy.

While the U.S. tumbled 11 spots to 16th, Italy leaped 11 spots to second on Wednesday, three days after the Azzurri won their fourth World Cup championship with a victory over France in a penalty shootout.

Despite being upset by France in the quarterfinals of the World Cup, Brazil retained the top spot. Semifinalist Argentina jumped six spots to third, while France moved up four positions to fourth and quarterfinalist England improved five spots to fifth.

The Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Germany and the Czech Republic complete the top 10. The host Germans moved up 10 spots after their semifinal run, while the Czechs, who crashed out in the group stages of the World Cup, fell eight spots to 10th.

Canada made a big move, going up 29 spots to sit at 54th.


The U.S. had been ranked fifth before the World Cup - a position that even the most optimistic American fan did not believe was justified, given that the team usually beat weak CONCACAF opponents.

The formula to determine the world rankings significantly was altered, taking into account just matches from the last four years - down from eight - and placing a greater influence on the importance of the match and the strength of the opposition.

After coming in last in the rugged Group E also featuring Italy, the Czechs and Ghana in the World Cup, the U.S. dropped out of the top 10, as did Mexico, which tumbled 14 spots to 18th despite reaching the second round of the tournament.

Asian squads Japan, Korea and Iran Korea all saw significant drops in their rankings after failing to advance out of the group stage of the World Cup. Japan tumbled 31 spots to 49th, Korea dropped 27 positions to 56th and Iran slipped 24 spots to 62nd


The new formula works in Canada's favour!
We're even ahead of Korea and Iran, woohoo!
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Old 07-12-2006, 02:25 PM   #120
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Hi, Zidane's interview with Canal + is now over. I've just watched it and I'd like to report a few things he said.

About the Materazzi episode:
Zidane first asked him to stop pulling his T-Shirt and added, joking, that if he wanted, he could give it to him at the end of the match. (hence Zidane's smile at the beginning)
Just after that Zidane walked away but he heard Materazzi insulting his mom and his sister, and he repeated the insults.

As expected, Zidane refused to say the exact words but we can all assume them I guess. He insisted on the fact that the insults were very serious, very hard.

Zidane said that the culprit has to be punished, and according to him, the culprit is the one who provokes.

He then insisted on the fact that his gesture can't be forgiven but he said that he doesn't regret his gesture because to him, regretting it would mean that Materazzi's insults were right.

Finally, Zidane apologized towards the audience and especially the children. He said that he couldn't have acted that way 10 minutes before the end of his career for no reason.

Zidane appeared very calm, kinda moved and so simple.

Zidane
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