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Posts by "Jose Pombal"
hahaha DESTROYED the pretenders.... lost to the swiss and bored us all to sleep with all t...
hahaha DESTROYED the pretenders.... lost to the swiss and bored us all to sleep with all the passing, until the opposition just gave 'em the 1-0 to allow them to become world champions... what a farce..... today, they were shown up by the REAL champions - VIVA PORUGALE!!! obrigado friends!
why you all even bother replying to this infidel 'porch monkey' harris is beyond j...
why you all even bother replying to this infidel 'porch monkey' harris is beyond jose..... bald muppet gollum who knows nought about football or anything else for that matter..... obrigado!!!
..... after basel do you in basel, you're season is over!!! citeh are walking the pre...
..... after basel do you in basel, you're season is over!!! citeh are walking the prem..... obrigado!!
"Liverpool has always been about doing things gracefully and properly, but after Hick...
"Liverpool has always been about doing things gracefully and properly, but after Hicks and Gillett, we now also have a manager whose mission it seems is to make us the laughing stock of the footballing world."
funny, how you blame h& g and hodgson but leave waffa out of this.... FACT, WAFFA started airing dirty laundry in public, not h&g.... sure they went behind his back to get klinsmann and he should've gone to them/board if he felt aggrieved..... but no, he went straight to the media to garner the 'blind support' from dull-headed muppets like you...... thereby dragging the club's name through the mud and turning it into laughing stock... remember the FACTS rant, which led to a whipping by united? remember accusing drogba of diving leading to drogba scoring a brace and dumping lfc out of the CL? waffa needs to keep his big, ugly gob shut!!
"Rafa never ever referred to Gerrard Houllier sorely because the blame game really does not help anything or anybody"
are you right in the head? that squad won the CL, UEFA cups.... calamity dudek as you put it, single-handedly won the shootout and was promptly rewarded by being sold....
it is clear now.... you are no liverpool supporter.. you are just a part of the 'in waffa we twust' bandwagon.... why don't you go support inter then? it's already unraveling there... a TREBLE-WINNING team with possibly the best player in the world - sneijder, best goalie - cesar, best righback - maicon, best strikers - eto'o, milito, best holding - cambiasso, etc, etc... the list goes on.... FIVE back-to-back titles.. now they are already 2nd and slipping further... already lost the super cup... watch waffa the muppet dismantle that great team put together by the master - mourinho..... obrigado tw@t!!!
shocking to see that amount spent on what was the draw for qualifiers and not even the mai...
shocking to see that amount spent on what was the draw for qualifiers and not even the main event... to think that blatter and his cronies won't allow goal-line technology because of prohibitive costs!! how corrupt is fifa? was there no other way to spend £18m to advance the game? ridiculous!! full article below:
FIFA chiefs have come under fire after wasting £18 million of taxpayers' money in cash-strapped Brazil on the World Cup 2014 qualifying draw.
The 100-minute show cost Brazilians £180,000 a minute - or £3,000 a second - after FIFA chiefs insisted that Cup organisers erect a custom-built auditorium especially for the event.
FIFA insisted that it could not find a suitable existing venue in Rio De Janeiro, an enormous city that boasts nearly seven million people in the city centre alone.
Football's world governing body also demanded that nearby Santos Dumont airport was shut for the duration of the ceremony, partly for security purposes and partly to avoid interference for TV viewers.
"Hope Tevez's injury isn't anything trivial." what a gormless tw@t.... ...
"Hope Tevez's injury isn't anything trivial."
what a gormless tw@t.... it was one thing when this muppet tried to pass off as a financial guru here trying to delude the other manc muppets, but with this gem here, jose knows EXACTLY what a dirty, small-minded little c*nt this jim is.... jim w = jim w/\nker.. obrigado!!
There is every chance that England's most elusive over-paid non-performing footballer ...
There is every chance that England's most elusive over-paid non-performing footballer might actually be seen in action at some point this weekend. And no, we're not talking about Owen Hargreaves.
Someone called Wayne Rooney might deign to play some part in Manchester United's game against Wigan tomorrow. About time, you might say, given that, thanks to his new humungo contract, he has banked something approaching £1 million since he last managed to lace his boots for competitive action.
Speaking in Doha this week as part of his well-remunerated support for Qatar's 2022 World Cup bid, Sir Alex Ferguson suggested that Rooney should be cut a little slack by the fans. The player was guilty of nothing more than making a mistake during his recent contract shenanigans, the manager insisted, a mistake he quickly rectified.
What's more, Ferguson added, that mistake was merely listening to his agent. It is a point of view. Though you wonder how insensitive a footballer must be not to see the clear and obvious dangers inherent in the course his agent advised. Playing like a drain, Rooney was seen to be demanding an enormous hike in his already massive wages at precisely the moment many of those whose affiliation pays his salary were facing the possibility of hardship as the government announced its austerity programme.
Not only was his timing shocking, but in his negotiations, he managed to exploit his colleagues and the fans, whose legitimate fears about the future of their club he hijacked to mask his own greed. You would have to be pretty blinkered not to spot it was hardly the most tactful of negotiating positions his agent was promoting.
Of course, it could be argued that it worked brilliantly and he emerged with a much more substantial contract at the end of it. Well, financially that may be true. But the other contract, the unwritten one between him and the followers of his team, has been tarnished, perhaps beyond repair. At United's game with Stoke recently, hardcore red fans were heard in the under-stand bars chanting about the player whose very name they had previously worshipped "once a greedy bastard, always a greedy bastard". And I paraphrase wildly to protect sensitive dispositions.
The fact is, Rooney has an awful lot of work to do to repair the damage his contractual dispute wrought. A few goals, a couple of man-of-the-match performances, some sweat on the shirt, is the minimum start. More important than that is a rediscovery of his focus. The noises coming from Manchester for the past year had been of a player beginning to be blinded by the money, the fame, the adoration.
His nocturnal behaviour might be something best left to him and his wife to discuss, but he was hardly discreet. The tales had been spinning round town a long time before they were confirmed by the newspapers. Giving it the swanky alpha male might be tolerated when the goals are banging in, but when he looked a painful parody of what he once was, patience was less easily won. Now, the moment he actually returns to the team, it will be tested to the edge of its resistance.
The official line from Carrington insists the player is up for the challenge. He has returned from his trip to Nikeworld fit and raring to go, so the spin goes. There was talk of half a stone being lost. Which makes you wonder how United's own conditioning staff had not noticed there was excess in need of being shed. Seemingly his head was all over the place in the latter part of last and the early bit of this season. The claim was that it was a combination of contract and marital worries that was scrambling his concentration. Well, if he wants to return to the position of reverence he was once afforded in the Old Trafford stands, he needs to have restored his mental equilibrium. What counts now is not the noughts on the end of his pay cheque, it is the goals in United's for column. The work, Wayne, starts here.
in the scum midfield...... lmao... glazers asset-stripping plain to see... lfc midfield ha...
in the scum midfield...... lmao... glazers asset-stripping plain to see... lfc midfield has never looked stronger in recent years...... reminds me a lot of the chav midfield under mourinho... they had robben, duff, lampard, makalele, essien, cole, ballack, swp, diarra, parker, etc.. jose believes that the reds currently have the strongest midfield in the prem... obrigado!!