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Old 05-09-2006, 02:03 PM   #46
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Folks since there's a lot of question about the eng team here , tell me somethin , what do ya all say about this rumor that almost got in reality 'bout the brazilian coach Big Phil in your team ?
Mclaren will be the new manager.

the process was stupid & handled badly etc but it's finished now, they picked the new manager so i really don't care about the Scolari thing anymore.



i'm just waiting for the world cup now
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It's funny but I get this feeling that it was the british tabloids that actually decided it , I mean the way they put the things , nobody can blame Phil for being pissed , who wouldn't , and now they are underrating him , I always knew the history of the brit tabs , but didnt know they kind of had so much power and influence.
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I think the english (tabloids and many fans) wanted an english coach, an english man. They had enough with Eriksson and now they needed to get a brit back. I think they made the right choice, I personnally admire Mclaren, maybe even Allardyce would have been a good choice. I must say that my fav one was Martin O'Neill, this man has a great charisma, he would have pulled England like a truck! But I feel McLaren will do a fine job, I don't believe he will fail. And then Scolari, he's a good coach, but nothing special. He hasn't actually a great experience in europe, and remembering Euro 04 as he coached Portugal, well, he really didn't impress that much, he had a few critics, so.......................this is how football goes. England is a hard work, there's a lot of pression, I think that after a half decade of Sven they need Brit to put things back together. Look once again what Eriksson has done, what kind of players has he taken?!?!? He really wants to make something with a 50% Rooney and Walcott?? Why has left off Wright-Phillips?!?
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MMm I get what you mean mate . Though I would say at least Scolari is a very good coach , that result of Portugal , although they didnt win the Euro was pretty impressive , specially if u look at the history of Portugal . And Brother u would be surprised with this thing of pression , I get what you mean in England and all , but u know u would be surprised in knowing that there's as much as pression , or even more in places like Italy or specially Germany , which is the host , but like have 3 cups while England have only . Hell look at Brazil , 5 cups , and u have no idea the amount of critics in their coach Parreira . I got to say though we all wanted for days to be a national team coach , it's hell in a job . No wonder even the ones who win , dont last one day more after the cups.
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Mmm thats not the world cup

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Here it is



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Mmm thats not the world cup
Well, the pose fits him pretty well...

This will be the World Cup of Leo Messi.
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*off-topic* BTW is only me or Messi does look like Christian Bale (aka the new Batman) in this photo ?
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Sure, it is also this one...

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Yeah lets make a portfolio

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Has anyone ever noticed how Zizou resembles The Edge??
Just put a mullet and beanie on...........................they're twins!

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Has anyone ever noticed how Zizou resembles The Edge??
Just put a mullet and beanie on...........................they're twins!

you should post that in pleba.



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Me too -- and I just hope that would be "clean" sport, not like the crap we're having here in Italy due to the scandal of referee and sold matches
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