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    ahahahaha
    http://img-comment-lol.9cache.com/me...25_700wa_0.gif

    Spallo Inter coach for the next 5 years!


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    Everything “national” connotes ethical power. I dont buy it. Icardi is an international football player and he has full rights to choose his own modes of identification. Nation is not his mom, did not give him anything but unfair treatment. All this social norm about national attachment is political meta-bullshit that eat people before they are born.

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    Argie teams wants the coach gone before the Nigeria game

    5 year contract, if they fire him they have to pay him £17.5 mil while they are still paying the previous two coaches they fired. Also, Messing is so uninspiring, it's pathetic to watch. As a captain and the second best player in the world there are at least two things that are expected of him, moments of individual brilliance and some authority/leadership/initiative to make this team work as a team. As amazing a player messi is now I'm sure he won't be the player he is at Barcelona if he played anywhere else. I've been indifferent towards the messi-ronaldo debate but this world cup pretty much settles the issue after years of denial. Zidane GOAT and ronaldo greatest of his generation

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    lmao. Get fucked, Argentina.
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    Moved earth and heaven; that which we are, we are;
    One equal temper of heroic hearts,
    Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will
    To strive, to seek, to find, and not to yield.

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    At least Sampaoli got to show his awesome tattoos. What a cool dude.
    It will be called Internazionale, because we are brothers of the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shark View Post
    At least Sampaoli got to show his awesome tattoos. What a cool dude.
    Looks like Agassi a bit
    Inter is an artistic venture, almost poetic. It is capable of provoking immense, unreachable joy and bitter disappointment. It’s never done by half-measures.
    For me, Inter is the opening to new worlds and courage. It’s a strong passion, a marvellous illness. You can put up with the weaknesses and admire the courage, the same way you would with a son.
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    Even 11 Santons would thrash Argentina atm

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    Quote Originally Posted by phonk View Post
    Even 11 Santons would thrash Argentina atm

    Damn that's harsh

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wobblz View Post
    Looks like Agassi a bit
    shorter and fat version
    My username has nothing to do with the player of loserpool fc, it is just a reference to an Italian novel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJM View Post

    ahahahaha
    Will get him even more banned from the team

    Tho kind of messed up to like it right after that team knocks out your NT haha
    VAR is some serious Bullshit!

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    Armani!!!!!

    Other then leaving Icardi out of the World Cup .... not starting Armani the 1st 2 games has to be the dumbest thing Sampoli has ever done
    VAR is some serious Bullshit!

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    Quote Originally Posted by crzdcolombian View Post
    Armani!!!!!

    Other then leaving Icardi out of the World Cup .... not starting Armani the 1st 2 games has to be the dumbest thing Sampoli has ever done
    I remember the Argentinian team when Pekerman was their coach, what a brilliant team they had with a (in my opinion) very underrated coach. I hope he can show with Colombia that he's a good coach.
    Inter clueless management with no strategy and wasting tons of money. every year, again and again

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sokrates View Post
    I remember the Argentinian team when Pekerman was their coach, what a brilliant team they had with a (in my opinion) very underrated coach. I hope he can show with Colombia that he's a good coach.
    Pekerman's team could have been twice as good and they'd be semi finalists at least playing against Italy.

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    Hope they keep Samp as coach if he can get them to play like his Chile but has Icardi up top with Dybala that would be great

    Tho they don’t really have good defenders. They also seem to be a princesses. They need to bleed for the team you can’t have Stars that are willing to bust their ass and play the Pressing That Chile did.

    That or Argentina will need a foriegn coach.
    VAR is some serious Bullshit!

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    Ramon Diaz should get the job. And Messi should leave the NT. Argentina should accept that the NT needs to be centered around Rulli, Mammana, Paredes, Dybala and Icardi.

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    I miss Riquelme when I'm watching Argentina nowadays. A genius.

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    Someground stuff. Not easy to be in Argentina NT

    https://www.independent.co.uk/sport/...-a8426061.html

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    "After Grondona died, the AFA decided to try and clean up its act and hold its first democratic election. The contestants were Marcelo Tinelli, who vowed to oust the old Grondona acolytes, and Luis Segura, the continuity candidate. 75 officials were given a vote but the result was a miracle not even Messi could produce, a tie. 38 votes apiece in a 75-vote election, it was simply the latest embarrassment for a discredited organisation that would eventually elect Segura as President.

    Segura was, in a surprising twist, forced to step down a year later due to fraud charges."

    What a circus, no wonder why Messi is tired of this amateurish FA.

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    Italy is no better, maybe even worse

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