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MilanMB 23-05-2011 16:26

Turkish league is over, expecting the turkish summer trolls to arrive very soon.

Sage 30-05-2011 04:37

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Originally Posted by MilanMB (Post 1010714)
Turkish league is over, expecting the turkish summer trolls to arrive very soon.

why? :lol:

acmilan4ever 30-05-2011 10:31

Update on some of the leagues

Belgium league final standings 2010/11 [top half]

http://gyazo.com/ee97a0d18f637862477b004b797b6026.png

Argentina Clausura 2011 update

http://gyazo.com/304d0532dfacb5ec10d14e46259cfea7.png

Russian Premier League update

http://gyazo.com/8a5ed198a566ffae111b4356bd90c5ec.png

Dinar 09-06-2011 18:56

I read Martin Palermo will quit football after Sunday's match for Boca Jrs. Any truth in the stories? :o

acmilan4ever 09-06-2011 19:05

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Originally Posted by Dinar (Post 1022983)
I read Martin Palermo will quit football after Sunday's match for Boca Jrs. Any truth in the stories? :o

Yes, I believe so, hes 37/38 now, has had a good career, time to hang up the boots now :)

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Boca Juniors striker Martin Palermo has announced he will be retiring from football after the final Clausura match on June 19.

The 37-year-old has scored nine goals in 15 matches for the South American giants this campaign, saying his decision is "irrevocable".

"It has been two years that I have been preparing for my retirement with a psychologist," Palermo was quoted as saying by Sportal. "I attended one back in 1999 after my [knee] injury.

"It is fundamental to have established clear projects early. My decision, in any way, is irrevocable."

Palermo has won six Primera Division titles, two Copa Libertadores and an Intercontinental trophy. He has also played for rivals Estudiantes and Spanish sides Villarreal, Betis and Alaves.
This was like a month ago...

Sven 09-06-2011 19:33

Palermo scored this goal last weekend:



Can't believe he will retire :(

Dinar 09-06-2011 20:27

:eek: but guess that must be normal for his and Boca's fans.

Sven 09-06-2011 20:50

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Originally Posted by Dinar (Post 1023056)
:eek: but guess that must be normal for his and Boca's fans.

He is like Pippo for them. The fans love him to death, but the rest of the World underrate him and say he is finished since he was 33 or something. And suddenly comes a big game he scores one or two and shut up all the critics.

No better example than this goal (<3 the commentary):



Big game playa at his best...

David 10-06-2011 07:17

A shame people mostly know him for missing three penalties in a single game.

Corzioli 10-06-2011 09:56

:o:o:o

That's something that happens like only twice every leap year!!! :o

Srsly WHAT ARE THE ODDS?

Anywayz, yeah, Martin's a mighty hero down there in the Andes Major. :D:D

Capo Ultra 10-06-2011 23:31


milanpalermo23 10-06-2011 23:39

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Originally Posted by Capo Ultra (Post 1023626)

LMFAOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO that was hilarious!!!!

Sage 11-06-2011 00:03

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Originally Posted by Capo Ultra (Post 1023626)

What did he say?

akewander 11-06-2011 00:14

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Originally Posted by Sage (Post 1023632)
What did he say?

dont know what he said but i think i know why he was pissed, the ref let the game go on for another minute after stoppage time and dinamo scored the equalizer

Sven 13-06-2011 03:02

Vélez Sarsfield won the Clausura today

acmilan4ever 13-06-2011 07:29

Velez Sarsfield crowned Clausura champions after Lanus suffer defeat
A 1-0 reverse to Argentinos ensures an unbeatable four-point lead for the Fortin after the penultimate round, as the parties begin in home barrio Liniers

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Ricardo Gareca's Velez Sarsfield team have been crowned champions of the 2011 Argentine Clausura, after second-placed Lanus' defeat to Argentinos Juniors left the club with an unassailable four-point lead at the top with just one game to play.
Both the title challengers were in action on Sunday afternoon, with leaders Velez knowing that victory over struggling Huracan followed by a Lanus failure would secure the eighth championship in their history. They made short work of the relegation candidates; Uruguayan powerhouse Santiago Silva opened the scoring early in the second-half, before David Ramirez sealed the triumph with a late strike.

The Fortin then watched nervously on television as Argentinos - local rivals of the club - assured them of silverware in 2011. Nicolas Blandi scored the only goal of the game in the 57th minute to secure the away team a surprise victory, one that also put the Bicho two points from qualifying for the continental tournament behind Arsenal de Sarandi.

Just like in 2009, Velez won the title against Huracan; although that swashbuckling team under Angel Cappa's tutelage and featuring player such as Javier Pastore and Mario Boletti is a far cry from the current Globo XI.

With one game remaining the Liniers outfit have 36 points, and will celebrate the title at home next Sunday against Racing Club in their final encounter.

acmilan4ever 13-06-2011 07:32

Anzhi and Kuban :eek:

http://gyazo.com/575078d1028454ee40801a96e360a6f5

Sonny.Bill.Williams 13-06-2011 14:27

Lacina :cool:

Sven 13-06-2011 17:24

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Originally Posted by Dinar (Post 1022983)
I read Martin Palermo will quit football after Sunday's match for Boca Jrs. Any truth in the stories? :o



They gave the La Bambonera goal as a gift to Palermo. :proud: Awesome gift and amazing farewell!

I will miss Mart√*n Palermo :star:

Sage 14-06-2011 09:29



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