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 Post subject: Re: worst sports
PostPosted: 03 Sep 2008, 23:38  
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I hate this sport in which a person in the team slides or throws an Unidentified-Sliding-Object on a frictionless-like surface while the others in the team are mopping the way, on which that object is sliding. And then that little cute object hits other cute little objects that are waiting in a circle and pushes them out of that circle. That's really annoying!


I HATE IT.

Even if i think thats the favourite game of any cleanin lady
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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Soccer Team
PostPosted: 03 Sep 2008, 23:41  
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Lots of FA fans here... so I think somebody will beat me up or try to do that when i'll say my team...

AS ROMA :D daje Roma!!!!!
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 Post subject: Re: FA Premier League 2008-09
PostPosted: 04 Sep 2008, 18:14  
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Table as of 4 Sep

Pos Team Played GD Pts
1 Chelsea 3 5 7
2 Liverpool 3 2 7
3 Man City 3 4 6
4 Arsenal 3 3 6

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5 West Ham 3 1 6

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6 Middlesbrough 3 1 6
7 Aston Villa 3 1 4
8 Bolton 3 1 4
9 Man Utd 2 1 4
10 Blackburn 3 -2 4
11 Newcastle 3 -2 4
12 Hull 3 -4 4
13 Wigan 3 3 3
14 Fulham 2 0 3
15 Stoke 3 -2 3
16 Portsmouth 3 -2 3
17 Everton 3 -3 3

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18 Sunderland 3 -3 3
19 Tottenham 3 -2 1
20 West Brom 3 -2 1



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Keegan resigns as Newcastle boss

Kevin Keegan has resigned as manager of Newcastle United after just eight months in charge.

The announcement follows lengthy talks between the 57-year-old and the board.

"I've been working desperately hard to find a way forward with the directors, but sadly that has not proved possible," Keegan said in a statement.

"It's my opinion that a manager must have the right to manage and that clubs should not impose upon any manager any player that he does not want."

Keegan returned for a second spell as manager in January, to the delight of an adoring faithful on Tyneside.



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Curbishley quits as West Ham boss

Curbishley took over from Alan Pardew in December 2006
Alan Curbishley has resigned as manager of West Ham because of a lack of control over transfer policy.

Curbishley tendered his resignation on Wednesday and it was accepted by owner Bjorgolfur Gudmundsson.

The final straw for the 50-year-old had been the enforced sales of Anton Ferdinand and George McCartney.

Curbishley said decisions had been made "without involving me", amounting to "a breach of trust and confidence meaning I had no option but to leave."

The former West Ham player, who succeeded Alan Pardew as manager at Upton Park in December 2006, added: "The selection of players is critical to the job of manager and I had an agreement with the club that I alone would determine the composition of the squad.

"I started my West Ham career when I left school in 1974 and have remained a lifelong fan.

"I have been incredibly proud to manage such a great club and my decision to resign has been very tough.

"Nevertheless, I wish the club and the players every success in the future."



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 Post subject: Re: FA Premier League 2008-09
PostPosted: 04 Sep 2008, 18:54  
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 Post subject: Re: FA Premier League 2008-09
PostPosted: 04 Sep 2008, 18:58  
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Torres and Gerrard are injured at the moment, unlucky :p they will finish 3rd.

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 Post subject: Re: FA Premier League 2008-09
PostPosted: 04 Sep 2008, 19:02  
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Yeah I know, but I want to be optimistic

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 Post subject: Re: FA Premier League 2008-09
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Newcastle fans furious about Keegan's resigning - not with Keegan, but with the board for not giving KK control.

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 Post subject: Re: FA Premier League 2008-09
PostPosted: 04 Sep 2008, 20:06  
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No surprises there.Anyway what about these Man. City owners? These people who I believe are involved in the 2009 Abu Dhabi GP are connected to the Abu Dhabi royal family who are worth $1.4 Trillion.With that money how great will Man. City be,and how good will the GP be???
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 Post subject: Re: FA Premier League 2008-09
PostPosted: 04 Sep 2008, 20:59  
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I am Arsenal Fan since 2003 :) but i can't watch any game this year :(
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 Post subject: Re: FA Premier League 2008-09
PostPosted: 05 Sep 2008, 15:52  
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you probably wouldn't want to :p

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 Post subject: Re: Red Bull Air Race - Anyone else follow it?
PostPosted: 05 Sep 2008, 23:01  
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When I see all these sport marketing projects of the Red Bull brand I always try to understand - do these guys earn anything in their business, or they waste all the profits for F1 and air races? What an amazing brand!
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 Post subject: Re: Red Bull Air Race - Anyone else follow it?
PostPosted: 05 Sep 2008, 23:02  
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>>> Silver Shadow
'keep trying' photo is awesome...
Johny Walker and his 'keep on walking' just smokes )))
awesome!
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 Post subject: Re: worst sports
PostPosted: 07 Sep 2008, 14:56  
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has to be cricket (which i am not sure if it a sport to start with), american 'football' and ice hockey
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 Post subject: Re: worst sports
PostPosted: 07 Sep 2008, 15:32  
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I'd have to toss my vote to baseball. I don't understand why people can spend so much money and time watching that. Most of the time, there are 8 players on the field doing absolutely nothing. Just not for me.

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 Post subject: Re: worst sports
PostPosted: 07 Sep 2008, 16:44  
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I retract. Worst sport in the world is.., oh yes, Formula 1.
Just watch the Spa 2008 Grand Prix for a proof.
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