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Old 08-23-2007, 06:16 PM   #31
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Yes, with a bit of luck in the second half.

Eleven players were injured, so it really was more or less the B-squad.
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my team is Fiorentina...and we have a little god named Adrian Mutu who is everything my team could want and more...
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i used to love watching chiesa play. that man was a god. and he was quality on pro evo.
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hey i never heard and i'm too lazy to check... how did ruud do for holland in their friendly last week?
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Old 08-27-2007, 07:13 PM   #35
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my team is Fiorentina...and we have a little god named Adrian Mutu who is everything my team could want and more...


You're stronger than last year, even Toni went to Bayern. I bet Viola will enter at least 4th place this year. More than Mutu, this is Pazzo's season!
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Soljkaer retires officially. sad news for the premiership as he was a class player.
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babyman all i have to say is cordoba =
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Wow, can't believe it! It seems like yesterday when he scored that goal against Bayern in Barcelona 1999! I've always wondered what kind of career this player could have had if he would have played in another team giving him more chances. He always had too traffic at Man Utd.
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yeah he was always on the bench it seemed and always had to compete with the likes of cantona, cole, yorke, sheringham, van nistelrooy, saha and now players like ronaldo and rooney. who knows how many goals he would have scored at another club...
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Yeah, but can happen.........2 points lost...............
Here in Italy they've already started to spit fire on Inter, all the critics couldn't wait for something better.........Juve, Milan, Roma, Fiorentina won.............we could not. There are some geniuses here already starting saying that Inter is a failure this year! It's incredible! We are paying the delay of the argentinians who played the copa america.........but what can we do, we're an argentinian team, not italian team...................
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What do you think about the Premiership so far? There are a couple of teams surprising, but i think at least in a month we will see again, Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal leading by far. Villa won?2-1?
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haha it's ridiculous what some people say just because a big team doesn't win for once. figo looked good i thought. also zlatans control then pass for stankovic was

i think inters midfield could do with more pace and speed maybe. but then again you know much more than i do!
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What do you think about the Premiership so far? There are a couple of teams surprising, but i think at least in a month we will see again, Man Utd, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal leading by far. Villa won?2-1?
yeah we won 2-1, i was at the match. the place went crazy when the goal went in, 90th minute too! we had about 20 shots though so it was a deserved win. i think chelsea will win the league. their squad is too good.

the only problem will be when the african nations starts in january and drogba, essien, kalou and obi mikel all have to leave. they may struggle without essien and drogba...
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i think inters midfield could do with more pace and speed maybe. but then again you know much more than i do!


No, no, you're right. Vieira is once again injured and Cambiasso still out of condition. We played with Dacourt in front of the defense, but you can wait everything of him, except to do a high speed game. Our problems lie right in the midfield, it's gonna be hard for champions league in a couple of weeks! They bought a new midfielder now, a portuguese 20 old year player called Pele.......................what a name...................
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the only problem will be when the african nations starts in january and drogba, essien, kalou and obi mikel all have to leave. they may struggle without essien and drogba...


I don't understand why they didn't get back Crespo, I mean, good for us at Inter, but with shevchenko, who is lost in space, and the africans who will miss a month ..............I wonder why Chelsea sold even Robben!
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