The Official 2011-2012 European Football Thread.

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  • Young_ChitlinYoung_Chitlin Posts: 11,083
    edited December 2011
    Alkindus wrote: »
    Yo young Chitlin and other City fans, keep an eye out for Jhon Guidetti (Swedish player), he plays at Feyenoord here in the eredivisie, he is on loan from city, yesterday he scored a hattrick against Fc Twente (3-2, brilliant match) he is being trained by Roy Makaay (Deportivo La Coruna anyone?) and he is getting better and better every week, he is only 19 btw. Wouldn't be suprised if he goes back to City at the end of the season, he's mos def gonna be playing in the EC.

    Some great matches yetserday, the City Arsenal match was so so to be honest, only became interesting after the Silva's goal. The Prem and the Eredivisie are really enjoyable leagues, know idea who is gonna win the title and there are 5 teams competing now lol.

    C.Ronaldo has now scored 20 goals btw, he has scored 54 goals in 52 matches if I'm correct lol

    Just watched some tape on Jhon Guidetti. Quality player, is more of a supporting striker than a shoot first like Dzeko or Balotelli. Would be awesome if Guidetti return to City because he would link up well with either Dzeko or Balotelli. Heck, I wish Valdimir Weiss returned for the stretch run
  • water ur seedswater ur seeds Posts: 9,362
    edited December 2011
    Yo who is Shinebayar Baatar (mongolia) in the IC League??? Dude named himself after A dope boxer..
  • dontdiedontkillanyondontdiedontkillanyon Posts: 6,051
    edited December 2011
    Yo who is Shinebayar Baatar (mongolia) in the IC League??? Dude named himself after A dope boxer..

    I want to know this as well. The cheeky bastard has another team in the league as well.

    Edit: For someone who started a week behind most others I'm not doing too badly on the Fantasy Football thing. I swear I was top 5 at one point.
  • northside7northside7 Posts: 17,205
    edited December 2011
    I want to know this as well. The cheeky bastard has another team in the league as well.

    Edit: For someone who started a week behind most others I'm not doing too badly on the Fantasy Football thing. I swear I was top 5 at one point.

    What happened?
  • water ur seedswater ur seeds Posts: 9,362
    edited December 2011
    Ive started dropping, Im 3rd I think... Was running away with it, but injuries and poor form fck Me abit... What other team He got?
  • dontdiedontkillanyondontdiedontkillanyon Posts: 6,051
    edited December 2011
    northside7 wrote: »
    What happened?

    Fergie decided to play Rooney in midfield.
    Ive started dropping, Im 3rd I think... Was running away with it, but injuries and poor form fck Me abit... What other team He got?

    Check the bottom of the table.
  • northside7northside7 Posts: 17,205
    edited December 2011
  • One SpliffOne Spliff Posts: 5,347
    edited December 2011
  • Food & LiquorFood & Liquor Posts: 1,126
    edited December 2011
    8 game ban for Suarez... should be more imo

    And Blackburn should not be doing this badly. So fucking awful
  • One SpliffOne Spliff Posts: 5,347
    edited December 2011
    8 game ban for Suarez... should be more imo

    And Blackburn should not be doing this badly. So fucking awful

    Liverpool Football Club is very surprised and disappointed with the decision of the Football Association Commission to find Luis Suarez guilty of the charges against him.





    We look forward to the publication of the Commission's Judgment. We will study the detailed reasons of the Commission once they become available, but reserve our right to appeal or take any other course of action we feel appropriate with regards to this situation.

    We find it extraordinary that Luis can be found guilty on the word of Patrice Evra alone when no-one else on the field of play - including Evra's own Manchester United teammates and all the match officials - heard the alleged conversation between the two players in a crowded Kop goalmouth while a corner kick was about to be taken.

    The Club takes extremely seriously the fight against all forms of discrimination and has a long and successful track record in work relating to anti-racist activity and social inclusion. We remain committed to this ideal and equality for all, irrespective of a person's background.

    LFC considers racism in any form to be unacceptable - without compromise. It is our strong held belief, having gone over the facts of the case, that Luis Suarez did not commit any racist act. It is also our opinion that the accusation by this particular player was not credible - certainly no more credible than his prior unfounded accusations.

    It is key to note that Patrice Evra himself in his written statement in this case said 'I don't think that Luis Suarez is racist'. The FA in their opening remarks accepted that Luis Suarez was not racist.

    Luis himself is of a mixed race family background as his grandfather was black. He has been personally involved since the 2010 World Cup in a charitable project which uses sport to encourage solidarity amongst people of different backgrounds with the central theme that the colour of a person's skin does not matter; they can all play together as a team.

    He has played with black players and mixed with their families whilst with the Uruguay national side and was Captain at Ajax Amsterdam of a team with a proud multi-cultural profile, many of whom became good friends.

    It seems incredible to us that a player of mixed heritage should be accused and found guilty in the way he has based on the evidence presented. We do not recognise the way in which Luis Suarez has been characterised.


    It appears to us that the FA were determined to bring charges against Luis Suarez, even before interviewing him at the beginning of November. Nothing we have heard in the course of the hearing has changed our view that Luis Suarez is innocent of the charges brought against him and we will provide Luis with whatever support he now needs to clear his name.

    We would also like to know when the FA intend to charge Patrice Evra with making abusive remarks to an opponent after he admitted himself in his evidence to insulting Luis Suarez in Spanish in the most objectionable of terms. Luis, to his credit, actually told the FA he had not heard the insult.








    LMAO @ THE BOLDED







    ^^^ ahahahahaha what goes around comes around u scummy scouse cunt.
  • Food & LiquorFood & Liquor Posts: 1,126
    edited December 2011
    I dunno how Liverpool can defend it if it's been proved guilty

    I wonder what happens with the Terry incident too
  • Young_ChitlinYoung_Chitlin Posts: 11,083
    edited December 2011
    One Spliff wrote: »
    torres on form > van persie on form

    Well damn...........
  • GoonerGooner Posts: 8,556
    edited December 2011
    Terry gonna get more than that...so do police come in to this suarez thing now? and all lfc can hope for is a reduced ban they wont overturn the ruling

    and idk abt that Torres RVp thing...he was really good at one time no doubt but was he this good? and RVP has always been class its really attitude and injuries that kept him frm breaking out
  • northside7northside7 Posts: 17,205
    edited December 2011
    One Spliff wrote: »
    torres on form > van persie on form

    Your favorite white boy may never be "on form" again.
    One Spliff wrote: »
    Liverpool Football Club is very surprised and disappointed with the decision of the Football Association Commission to find Luis Suarez guilty of the charges against him.





    We look forward to the publication of the Commission's Judgment. We will study the detailed reasons of the Commission once they become available, but reserve our right to appeal or take any other course of action we feel appropriate with regards to this situation.

    We find it extraordinary that Luis can be found guilty on the word of Patrice Evra alone when no-one else on the field of play - including Evra's own Manchester United teammates and all the match officials - heard the alleged conversation between the two players in a crowded Kop goalmouth while a corner kick was about to be taken.

    The Club takes extremely seriously the fight against all forms of discrimination and has a long and successful track record in work relating to anti-racist activity and social inclusion. We remain committed to this ideal and equality for all, irrespective of a person's background.

    LFC considers racism in any form to be unacceptable - without compromise. It is our strong held belief, having gone over the facts of the case, that Luis Suarez did not commit any racist act. It is also our opinion that the accusation by this particular player was not credible - certainly no more credible than his prior unfounded accusations.

    It is key to note that Patrice Evra himself in his written statement in this case said 'I don't think that Luis Suarez is racist'. The FA in their opening remarks accepted that Luis Suarez was not racist.

    Luis himself is of a mixed race family background as his grandfather was black. He has been personally involved since the 2010 World Cup in a charitable project which uses sport to encourage solidarity amongst people of different backgrounds with the central theme that the colour of a person's skin does not matter; they can all play together as a team.

    He has played with black players and mixed with their families whilst with the Uruguay national side and was Captain at Ajax Amsterdam of a team with a proud multi-cultural profile, many of whom became good friends.

    It seems incredible to us that a player of mixed heritage should be accused and found guilty in the way he has based on the evidence presented. We do not recognise the way in which Luis Suarez has been characterised.


    It appears to us that the FA were determined to bring charges against Luis Suarez, even before interviewing him at the beginning of November. Nothing we have heard in the course of the hearing has changed our view that Luis Suarez is innocent of the charges brought against him and we will provide Luis with whatever support he now needs to clear his name.

    We would also like to know when the FA intend to charge Patrice Evra with making abusive remarks to an opponent after he admitted himself in his evidence to insulting Luis Suarez in Spanish in the most objectionable of terms. Luis, to his credit, actually told the FA he had not heard the insult.








    LMAO @ THE BOLDED







    ^^^ ahahahahaha what goes around comes around u scummy scouse cunt.


    Some funny ish right there. He should have got a minimum 15 game ban..
  • One SpliffOne Spliff Posts: 5,347
    edited December 2011
    northside7 wrote: »
    Your favorite white boy may never be "on form" again.




    Some funny ish right there. He should have got a minimum 15 game ban..


    yo go to the liverpool forums its hilarious...

    lmao @ how every liverpool fan is 110% behind suarez, bet yet every other white football fan is all of a sudden ANTI-RACIST...fuck outta here with that bullshit.

    i jus posted a thread on chelsea forums n they mad as hell, cos i called them on their hypocrisy becos they all laughting at suarez, but wen terry gets banned, watch how they will be quick to defend that racist cunt.
  • GoonerGooner Posts: 8,556
    edited December 2011
    how long b4 pics of suarez hugged up on the blk side of his fam surface?
  • Food & LiquorFood & Liquor Posts: 1,126
    edited December 2011
    If Terry is found guilty then he should never be allowed to play for England again
  • One SpliffOne Spliff Posts: 5,347
    edited December 2011
    If Terry is found guilty then he should never be allowed to play for England again

    i wudnt go that far...

    i just hate the way they are trying to use black people to gget a good name for themselves.

    i hate suarez, but lets be realistic...it was his word against evra...so i can understand liverpool fans being mad....but dont use racism just to make yaselves look like u aint corrupt...they exploiting us once again....the FA r a joke plain n simple.


    i wana see terry banned, becos i kno 4 a fatc he is a cunt off the pitch...but the FA will milk this.
  • northside7northside7 Posts: 17,205
    edited December 2011
    One Spliff wrote: »
    yo go to the liverpool forums its hilarious...

    lmao @ how every liverpool fan is 110% behind suarez, bet yet every other white football fan is all of a sudden ANTI-RACIST...fuck outta here with that bullshit.

    i jus posted a thread on chelsea forums n they mad as hell, cos i called them on their hypocrisy becos they all laughting at suarez, but wen terry gets banned, watch how they will be quick to defend that racist cunt.

    Laugh now, cry later. Are they callin for you to be banned?
  • One SpliffOne Spliff Posts: 5,347
    edited December 2011
    northside7 wrote: »
    Laugh now, cry later. Are they callin for you to be banned?

    banned already

    faggots.
  • northside7northside7 Posts: 17,205
    edited December 2011
    One Spliff wrote: »
    i wudnt go that far...

    i just hate the way they are trying to use black people to gget a good name for themselves.

    i hate suarez, but lets be realistic...it was his word against evra...so i can understand liverpool fans being mad....but dont use racism just to make yaselves look like u aint corrupt...they exploiting us once again....the FA r a joke plain n simple.


    i wana see terry banned, becos i kno 4 a fatc he is a cunt off the pitch...but the FA will milk this.

    That's what I'm thinking. Does the FA really care? Most likely not but they can't afford to turn a blind eye and risk getting a black eye.
  • joshuaboyjoshuaboy Posts: 10,746
    edited December 2011
    I really do not agree with this decision by the FA.

    The two biggest clubs in England, hated enemies, and one man from one accuses the other and without anybody to back up his claim, he is found guilty? Seems very one-sided and prejudicial to me.

    Interested to see what treatment is handed out to the England Captain with his case. The same FA went to bat for Rooney when he was banned for kicking an opponent - something that was actually caught on tape.
  • joshuaboyjoshuaboy Posts: 10,746
    edited December 2011
    One Spliff wrote: »




    ^^^ ahahahahaha what goes around comes around u scummy scouse cunt.



    You still hurting over this Spliff? lol

    lol @ you blaming Suarez for Ghana's loss instead of Gyan for missing the penalty
  • One SpliffOne Spliff Posts: 5,347
    edited December 2011
    joshuaboy wrote: »
    I really do not agree with this decision by the FA.

    The two biggest clubs in England, hated enemies, and one man from one accuses the other and without anybody to back up his claim, he is found guilty? Seems very one-sided and prejudicial to me.

    Interested to see what treatment is handed out to the England Captain with his case. The same FA went to bat for Rooney when he was banned for kicking an opponent - something that was actually caught on tape.

    the FA digging a hole for themselves with this one.

    it will probably be lessened with an appeal tho.
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