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Old 05-11-2013, 11:21 PM
 
Location: South FL
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What's the problem? it's just Spanish broadcasters talking and shouting how legendary that goal was.
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Old 05-12-2013, 10:01 AM
 
Location: Tejas
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GOOOOAAAAAAALLLLLLLLLLLLLL

Spanish commentators are crap with that carry on. When Colorado are on the Spanish channels I always mute because of that.. Not as bad as Fox Soccer commentators though ...
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Old 05-12-2013, 01:35 PM
 
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Best commentator is Martin Tyler. Paul will know who I am talking about.
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Old 05-12-2013, 03:52 PM
 
Location: Scotland
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Lol I do.
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Old 05-19-2013, 02:22 PM
 
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Maradonna is famous because he robbed us with his hand at a world cup .
But seriously one of the greatest to ever play.

Zidane is thought of by most people to be one of the greatest, if not THE greatest player ever.

Beckham is famous for his move to LA galaxy, a lucky strike against Wimbledon and a goal against greece.
Also the stick insect he married attracts a lot of attention. The most overrated player ever, although being caught now by Jack whilshere.

beckham stopped being a footballer ( primarily ) years ago , he was a decent footballer but is a huge celebrity - brand

personally I hate what he represents in a football context , I even hate what he represents in a male context
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Old 05-21-2013, 12:50 PM
 
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Gotta agree with Bob.

I don't like the way Beckham represents the sport. He was top class but he isn't known in America or Asia for his famous goals against Greece or his goal from the halfway line. He is known for being this fashion icon and being the guy married to one of the Spice Girls.
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Old 05-24-2013, 11:00 AM
 
Location: Calgary,AB
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What would you say are the Top 10 Argentina-born football players of all-time?

1.Messi
2.Maradona
3.Di Stefano

4-10 (not in order):
Passarella, Batistuta, Kempes, Zanetti, Artime, Riquelme, Crespo

nice list, honestly, I have been a lttle busy with my job, I'll put a top-50 and I hope it can be a little helpful:

50. BRINDISI, Miguel Ángel (1967-1985)
49. SIMEONE, Diego (1987-2006)
48. SOSA, Carlos (1939-1959)
47. MASCHIO, Humberto (1953-1968)
46. MÁS, Óscar (1964-1985)
45. GRILLO, Ernesto (1949-1966)
44. VARALLO, Francisco (1928-1940)
43. TESORIERE, Américo (1916-1927)
42. AYALA, Roberto (1991-2010)
41. HOUSEMAN, René (1971-1985)
40. CRESPO, Hernán (1993- )
39. FERREIRA, Manuel (1924-1936)
38. RUGGERI, Óscar (1980-1997)
37. VERÓN, Juan Sebastián (1994- )
36. GARCÍA, Enrique ( -1944)
35. RATTÍN, Antonio (1956-1970)
34. MASANTONIO, Herminio (1931-1945)
33. PEUCELLE, Carlos (1925-1941)
32. PERFUMO, Roberto (1962-1978)
31. SANFILIPPO, José (1953-1978)
30. RIQUELME, Juan Román (1996- )
29. CORBATTA, Omar (1955-1974)
28. ARDILES, Osvaldo (1973-1991)
27. FERREYRA, Bernabé (1927-1939)
26. ROSSI, Néstor (1945-1961)
25. LOUSTAU, Félix (1942-1958)
24. OHACO, Alberto (1912-1923)
23. MARTINO, Rinaldo (1941-1953)
22. PONTONI, René (1940-1954)
21. FILLOL, Ubaldo (1965-1991)
20. MARZOLINI, Silvio (1959-1972)
19. ZANETTI, Javier (1991- )
18. REDONDO, Fernando (1985-2004)
17. ARTIME, Luis (1959-1974)
16. ORSI, Raimundo (1920-1943)
15. KEMPES, Mario (1970-1995)
14. SEOANE, Manuel (1921-1933)
13. CARRIZO, Amadeo (1945-1970)
12. LABRUNA, Ángel (1939-1961)
11. BOCHINI, Ricardo (1971-1991)
10. SASTRE, Antonio (1931-1947)
09. MONTI, Luis (1921-1939)
08. BATISTUTA, Gabriel (1988-2005)
07. SÍVORI, Omar (1954-1969)
06. PASSARELLA, Daniel (1971-1989)
05. PEDERNERA, Adolfo (1935-1955)
04. MORENO, José Manuel (1935-1961)
03. MESSI, Lionel (2004- )
02. MARADONA, Diego (1976-1997)
01. DI STÉFANO, Alfredo (1945-1966)

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Old 05-24-2013, 11:04 AM
 
Location: Calgary,AB
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In my opinion this is our historic starting 11:

-------------------------Carrizo

--------------Perfumo----------------Pasarella

Zanetti----------------------------------------------Marzolini

----------------------------Monti

Moreno-------------------Di Stefano-----------------Maradona

-----------------Messi-----------------------Batistuta

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Old 05-24-2013, 01:15 PM
 
Location: Eindhoven, Netherlands
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nice list, honestly, I have been a lttle busy with my job, I'll put a top-50 and I hope it can be a little helpful:

44. VARALLO, Francisco (1928-1940)
43. TESORIERE, Américo (1916-1927)
39. FERREIRA, Manuel (1924-1936)
36. GARCÍA, Enrique (1933-1944)
34. MASANTONIO, Herminio (1931-1945)
33. PEUCELLE, Carlos (1925-1941)
27. FERREYRA, Bernabé (1927-1939)
24. OHACO, Alberto (1912-1923)
23. MARTINO, Rinaldo (1941-1953)
22. PONTONI, René (1940-1954)
16. ORSI, Raimundo (1920-1943)
14. SEOANE, Manuel (1921-1933)
10. SASTRE, Antonio (1931-1947)
09. MONTI, Luis (1921-1939)
05. PEDERNERA, Adolfo (1935-1955)
04. MORENO, José Manuel (1935-1956)
You shouldn't put football players from before World Cup 1950 on the same list with the ones that came after.
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Old 05-24-2013, 03:53 PM
 
Location: Scotland
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Batistuta was an amazing player but an all time striker? Not in my mind. Eto'o, Raul, Henry etc are before him.
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