Uhm, just in case, the Maradona picture is fake...
Everyone in Argentina and all around the world is faking it just for the laughs (obviously), but I didn't think someone would fell for it
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Hey, we beat the crap out of México, what about England?
That WC was awful btw, Spain won playing poorly (Casillas deserved the best player award imo), they barely scored in the tournament and they almost got kicked out BY PARAGUAY.
Oh, that was not apparent, Hardy.
Yeah, it was an awful WC, but it happens.
Why's it so hard to believe he'd get smashed and make an ass out of himself in such a way?
It crossed my mind, but it was more entertaining to believe it was real
But I'd say England's Group wasn't much more difficult than Argentina's and they only managed to win once, while Argentina swept it. I guess we're splitting hairs here, but I can't honestly say that England had a better WC than Argentina. They were of course both disappointing ones though.
Probably because no one cares about Maradona in the first place.
Obviously it was fake, but it was fun to discuss.
In case Jorped's dick is smaller now after realising it was a fake, I'm gonna give him this:
Ferguson's words are the best
Yeah, i knew that pic had been prolly photo-shopped, but was funny nevertheless XDD
I just some minutes ago read Maradona's opinion about Ronaldo, but i had already seen yesterday if i am not mistaken Ferguson tactic to stop Ronaldo.
I will pay some attention to Manchester United vs Real Madrid tonight!
Well, Jones is out for the clash, so...
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Rooney goes to the bench and Nani and Giggs start.
Man Utd: De Gea, Da Silva, Vidic, Ferdinand, Evra, Carrick, Cleverley, Nani, Welbeck, Giggs, van Persie. Subs: Lindegaard, Evans, Valencia, Rooney, Hernandez, Young, Kagawa.
Real Madrid: Diego Lopez, Arbeloa, Varane, Sergio Ramos, Fabio Coentrao, Khedira, Alonso, Di Maria, Ozil, Ronaldo, Higuain. Subs: Adan, Pepe, Kaka, Benzema, Albiol, Modric, Callejon.
Referee: Cuneyt Cakir (Turkey)
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An OG by Ramos and then a horrible straight red decision in about a seven minute stretch.
And then Raphael makes a foul in his area and the ref doesn't call it.
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Dayum, nice goal Modric.
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Ronaldo scores... nice goal too.
MU have it really hard now (no dick jokes please ).
I guess you were right as Ronaldo has scored in both legs.
Another high profile CL match with a referee controversy ...
He sent off Terry and awarded Barca a very dubious penalty against Chelsea last season. Chelsea won the match, so the controversy wasn't that high, but if Chelsea had lost after those two decisions, it could've been a massive problem.
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I wanted Real to win, but not like this. Manchester deserved to get through this phase.
Real Madrid celebrating with the man of the match:
Since I don't really like either of them I couldn't care less which of the two made it to the next round... considering all 180 minutes I'd say they've been about even. (One could easily argue for either side deserving to win the round without sounding completely phony, IMO.)
Manchester United is hardly impressing me this season despite their dominance in the league. I just don't like their system and style of play (I prefer teams with a strong midfield, like Barca, Bayern or Juve), plus, a good share of their fans are arrogant and haughty twats who rate their team WAY too high. (It's always fun to check out the good ol' RedCafe and see some kids there plan their next Champions League title when they haven't even passed the last sixteen... )
And Madrid is a real darkhorse for me this season. They're a far weaker side than last year and they screwed up their chances for La Liga in the first 5 games or so, but they have a good momentum lately. Some matches they play very nice, other times they totally suck...
I'd been comparing them to a dangerous, wounded predator and I stick to the comparison. - That team got what it takes to snatch the title in the end! (With a bit of luck, that is.) They will need to stay absolutely focused and get their act together in the defense.
Dortmund played it cool. But even though Donetsk was weak today there were times when Dortmund's defense did not look too stable/solid. Still, kudos to those bees. I somehow have this feeling we'll end up facing them in one of the next rounds. At least, that's what my gut tells me... :/
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