From: Mark V. on 2 Jan 2010 14:46
On Jan 1, 5:06 pm, Alkamista <alkami...(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
> On Jan 1, 6:45 pm, "Mark V." <markvande...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
> Asia - Nothing notable, apart from Australia joining the AFC. Just the
> usual suspects qualifying for the WC and making little noise.
South Korea's run in the 2002 WC could win honorable mention.
> > -Italy "drawing" their way to a World Cup championship
> Happened before (1994), no biggie IMO.
OK, but I was thinking of how Italy was knotted at the 90 minute mark
in 4 of its 7 matches. But you're right. Probably not a story.
> > -Unprecedented internationalization of rosters-
> That will change in Europe once the new rule takes effect.
Then the deinternationalization of rosters will be a story for the
next decade! :-)
From: Abubakr on 2 Jan 2010 18:16
On 3 Jan, 05:19, Alkamista <alkami...(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
> On Jan 2, 2:59 am, FF <FAIRFOOTBALL....(a)domainsbyproxy.com> wrote:
> > Alkamista wrote:
> > > 10 Arsenal going the entire 2003/2004 season undefeated
> > Nice, but not that notable if you're not english.
> Why not? Going undefeated in a top European league is a big deal. Has
> it happened in Italy or Spain in the last decade or two? (asking, dont
> know the answer.)
Yes. Milan went through the entire 91-92 season undefeated and 58
matches in total.
From: ixion martin - GdBx on 2 Jan 2010 18:55
Il se trouve que Alkamista a formul� :
> 8 Barcelona winning every competition they entered in 2009
> 7 Spain finally winning a major championship
> 6 Real Madrid's surreal 2009 spending spree
> 5 Henry's handball against Ireland
4 things in last two years... Is it an effect of your memory ?
For French, first, Wiltord's goals at Euro 2000 while all was
Contre une �quipe �trang�re, quand on dit diplomatiquement que
l'arbitre n'est pas dans un bon soir, c'est toujours le club
En s�lection, c'est parfois l'inverse.
From: Diabolik on 2 Jan 2010 19:39
"Alkamista" <alkamista(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
On Jan 2, 2:17 am, "Diabolik" <Diabo...(a)noemail.com> wrote:
> "Alkamista" <alkami...(a)hotmail.com> wrote in message
> On Jan 1, 10:50 pm, Abubakr <deltara...(a)gmail.com> wrote:
> > On 2 Jan, 15:10, Enzo <s_debgu...(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
> > > On Jan 2, 12:17 am, Alkamista <alkami...(a)hotmail.com> wrote:
> > > > 10 Arsenal going the entire 2003/2004 season undefeated
> > > > 9 Jose Mourinho winning the title in three different leagues in five
> > > > years
> > > > 8 Barcelona winning every competition they entered in 2009
> > > > 7 Spain finally winning a major championship
> > > > 6 Real Madrid's surreal 2009 spending spree
> > > > 5 Henry's handball against Ireland
> > > No. IMO, of course. Replace with EPL's rise to prominence
> > > and the fall of the Serie A.
> > Which is why EPL teams have now managed to win exactly half the CL
> > titles as Serie A teams this decade and been represented in just two
> > extra final berths.
> > If you are going to troll at least be good at it.-
> > Expressing an opinion, and especially the majority one, is not
> > trolling.
> Numbers don't lie and aren't opinions.
> > The UCL is not just the final, but a whole tournament, and
> > EPL teams have done exceptionally well in it last few years, and
> > certainly better than Serie A clubs. Also, head to head EPL have
> > dominanted, and on many occasions even humiliated, Serie A clubs this
> > decade. Seriously, you have got to be kidding.
> Which humiliations are you referring to?
> You mean like the Milan-ManU 3-0 humiliation
> Juventus 0-3 Man Utd
> Inter 1-4 Arsenal
> Man Utd 7-1 Roma
Newcastle United 1-4 Internazionale
Roma - Chelsaea 3-1
And Fiorentina humiliating Liverpool home and away
From: Benny on 2 Jan 2010 19:48
> Subject t Notable Events of the Decade
> From : anthu_001(a)no_-_spam_.hotmail.com
> One thing we know is that MU and Pool can't expect to get help from the
> city of Madrid like some REAL cheaters.
Real Madrid only sold PART of the training ground to Madrid council,
four other parts were sold to four corporations. That's how their debts
were wiped out. Liverpool have already been bailed out by the government
owned RBS bank.
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