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WC Liked/Hated players

Post by nicram » Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:37 am

I know this is kinda late but lets post our most liked/hated players.

Liked:
Forlan
Messi
Kuyt
Xavi
Carvalho
Kloze


Hated:
Cristiano Ronaldo
Donovan
Wayne Rooney
Torres
Mark Van Bommel
Torres
Italian team
French team
Spanish team minus Xavi and Casillas
Materazzi Oh i also have some hate for left over from 2006
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Post by TheWhiteDreamsOfLife » Fri Jul 16, 2010 1:57 pm

Liked:
Forlan
Muselera
Casillas
USA Coach [Bradley]
Kuyt
Bradley [USA Player]
Cahill
van Bronckhorst
Simon Poulsen [laughed after scoring own goal]
Honda
Eto'o
Larissa Riquelme ;)
Puyol
*Ghana team
*Swiss team

Disliked:
Suarez
Tevez
Heinze
Lahm
Schweinsteiger
Klose
van Pesrie
van Bommel
Simao
*Italy team
*Brazil team

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Post by pawelhuu » Fri Jul 16, 2010 6:06 pm

Liked:
All german team
Forlan
Sneijder
Kuyt
Van Bronckhorst
David Villa
Vittek
Stoch
Honda
Javier Hernandez (chicharito)
Salcido
Tevez
Donovan
Andre Ayew
Raul Meireles
Prince Tagoe
Ji-Sung Park
Steven Gerard
Larissa Riquelme
Paraguay team

dislike:
the rest

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Post by Benek » Fri Jul 16, 2010 7:45 pm

What did Donovan do that makes you hate him?

hell, even after USA got screwed his only response was something like 'it happened, nothing we can do about but move forward'... the guy showed that he's good and he's got class.
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Post by Mi-Sex » Fri Jul 16, 2010 8:21 pm

liked:
messi
new zealand
forlan
casillias
that nazi schweinstager
the look on beckhams face after that goal
the stadiums in cape town, polokwane, nelspruit and soccer city
david villa

disliked:
the dutch
de rossi
that N** who missed the penalty agains uruguay
england
france
vuvuzelas
those shitty athletics stadiums in rustenberg and durban
world cup final, shit game and it meant that the world cup was over
all of the slovakians, especially whatshisface with that gay haircut
my exam results after i fucked them up because i was watching too much football

i know you said players but i don't give a fuck
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Post by metro13 » Fri Jul 16, 2010 10:15 pm

Liked

THE DUTCH team
Forlan
Saurez
Tsabalala
Messi
Higuain
Koren
Birsa
Paraguay team
Honda
Reid
Vittek
Hamsik
spain team
Honduras team


Hated
THE GAYSHAFT AKA USA OF EUROPE AKA THE GAY GERMANS
France
England team
Italy team
Kaka
Cristine GAYNALDO

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Post by Puda » Mon Jul 19, 2010 3:09 am

hate nearly all the european and south american countries, all divers.

like usa, australia..nz...players.

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Post by Dj Domino » Tue Jul 20, 2010 10:31 pm

LIKED:

Anthony Annan: great little defensive midfielder who is ready to move to a bigger club

Diego Lugano: captain of Uruguay and error-free at the back, never sweat with him out there

Andres Iniesta: might be the best in the world

Thomas Mueller: my favourite player in the world, does it all, is intelligent, athletic, can cross, finish, pass, defend, just a wonderful player to watch

Diego Forlan: such a versatile and talismanic player, played as a top striker, second striker, and creative midfielder all in one tournament

Sergio Busquets: he is my barometer for soccer knowledge, if you think he is a terrible player or useless then I seriously doubt your ability to read the game

Bastian Schweinsteiger: reinvented himself into a reliable central midfielder recently with smart passing, a really important player to have on your team

Joris Mathijsen: a rock at the back of a Dutch defense that was criticized before the tournament

Makoto Hasebe: tough tackling Japanese midfielder who plays like a poor man's Gattuso, I really enjoyed his tackles and pressing in the centre of the park

Fabio Coetrao: great conversion from winger to fullback which I think should happen more often, I do it a lot with the kids I coach, his attacking instincts were fun to watch and he was solid at the back

Oscar Tabarez (Uruguay manager): wasn't afraid to switch around his formation and move around his best player (Forlan) to suit the team's needs and he exceeded all expectations because of it

Milovan Rajevac (Ghana manager): opposite of Tabarez, he knew his best formation was to stay consistent with the 4-1-4-1 and it just about got them to the semis, got the best out of all his players and the tactics really suited his side

Ricky Herbert (New Zealand manager): his 3-4-3 worked to perfection with leaving their best player (Nelsen) free at the back and clogging up the midfield with the forwards working hard, just goes to show people that the initial set up of the formation does not have anything to do with how offensively or defensively minded it is

DISLIKE:

Jerome Boateng: not that I hate the guy, I just think he filled space worse than Badstuber who many criticized

Gareth Barry: to be fair he was asked to hold the midfield together with three guys who are tactically undisciplined, but man he was weak

Jonas Gutierrez: another guy played out of position but still, hard work only goes so far, there's a reason he played in the Championship last year, not a successful winger to fullback conversion because he just has no footballing brain

Julio Cesar: I always thought he was overrated, many people call him the best in the world but you can easily see he has flaws that keep him out of the upper echelon

Bob Bradley/Fabio Capello (USA/England managers): both played a 4-4-2 that was horribly overrun each time, at least Bradley was wise enough to switch mid-match most times but Capello got destroyed by Germany's 4-2-3-1, he never had a chance once the lineups were announced unless he switched it up (which he obviously didn't)

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