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    Gianfranco Zola retires

    A legend in Italian football, shame he retired. After Baggio, another legend has gone.





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    Re: Gianfranco Zola Retires

    He“ll surely be missed...


    Quote Originally Posted by Frisko
    After Baggio, another legend has gone.
    Don“t forget Signori. Man i wish all those three would still play...
    Peppino Prisco: "La gioia pił grande? Scontata. Il Milan in B. E per ben due volte: una... a pagamento e una... gratis. Sono dell 'idea che una retrocessione cancelli almeno cinque scudetti conquistati e che la vittoria di una Mitropa Cup elimini i residui"

    Peppino Prisco: "Io non rubo il campionato, e in Serie B non son mai stato"

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    Yeah, Signori too but he didn't achive that much on the NT front. Zola has that historic goal at Wembley, and Baggio... well take your pick
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    Yeah, what a great player! I remember the good old days with Parma when him, Aspirillia, Dino Baggio etc. were a force. And the best thing is that he had a good last season, and scoring in all games against his old arch enemies.

    Good you mentioned Signori Tommi, he is one of my favourites too. Such a great player, I was really sad when he left Lazio and then they started winning trophies, he should've been there It was really unfair, Eriksson showed favouritism by playing Mancini instead of Peppe.

    Oh damn, now I will anger Frisko But that's the truth, it was really unfair! But Eriksson got the trophies, that's how the world goes.

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    Zola
    Batistuta
    Giannini
    Guardiola
    Redondo
    Baggio

    Holy sh1t, the true gentlemans of world football have all gone (Zanetti, Albertini and Maldini).

    Amazes me.

    Grazie for the memories!

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    Gianfranco Zola. He always seems to me to be the most sincere & honest player in the world of football. Yes, even above Javier Zanetti & Paolo Maldini. I really don't know why, it must be those smiles.

    Grazie, Zola.


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    I'll mostly remember him for his Chelsea days and that goal against England at Wembley, I was there that day & he was a genius (though I didn't like him much back then for scoring against our NT and putting lots past Man United)

    Another one of the greats, gone

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