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Old 28-06-2010, 15:38   #141
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Old 28-06-2010, 15:41   #142
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it'll be interesting to see how Maradona's mafioso (god he has like 15 assistant coaches, and is it just me or do they look like a huge drug cartel??) will line up vs. Germany...

can't see im going with just 1 CM like he did vs. Mexico. Maybe Veron will start over Maxi Rodriguez?

And is it just me, or is anyone really impresed with Angel Di Maria. Not his skill as much as guy is playing a deep midfield role and playing defense. I thought of him more as a flair attacking player. Impressive motor/work rate from him


PS If MEssi wants to show up and stamp his influence, this would be the game...
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Old 28-06-2010, 16:20   #143
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it'll be interesting to see how Maradona's mafioso (god he has like 15 assistant coaches, and is it just me or do they look like a huge drug cartel??) will line up vs. Germany...
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Old 28-06-2010, 17:24   #144
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it'll be interesting to see how Maradona's mafioso (god he has like 15 assistant coaches, and is it just me or do they look like a huge drug cartel??) will line up vs. Germany...

can't see im going with just 1 CM like he did vs. Mexico. Maybe Veron will start over Maxi Rodriguez?

And is it just me, or is anyone really impresed with Angel Di Maria. Not his skill as much as guy is playing a deep midfield role and playing defense. I thought of him more as a flair attacking player. Impressive motor/work rate from him


PS If MEssi wants to show up and stamp his influence, this would be the game...
He'd better start Samuel for sure
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Old 29-06-2010, 07:49   #145
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Old 29-06-2010, 08:02   #146
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it'll be interesting to see how Maradona's mafioso (god he has like 15 assistant coaches, and is it just me or do they look like a huge drug cartel??) will line up vs. Germany...

can't see im going with just 1 CM like he did vs. Mexico. Maybe Veron will start over Maxi Rodriguez?

And is it just me, or is anyone really impresed with Angel Di Maria. Not his skill as much as guy is playing a deep midfield role and playing defense. I thought of him more as a flair attacking player. Impressive motor/work rate from him


PS If MEssi wants to show up and stamp his influence, this would be the game...
I'm start to think that Maradonna don't really coach this team. Maradonna just pass his crazy thoughts about tactics and players and his staff try to figure out a way to make it work. He's more an entertainer and motivator than anything else.

It's like Kesha and Lady Gaga. Those girls do some shit and then their guys try hard to make it be sold as something good.
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Old 29-06-2010, 13:54   #147
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maradonna is god, any one who ever compares messsi to maradonna should be should including me
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Old 29-06-2010, 17:51   #148
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I'm start to think that Maradonna don't really coach this team. Maradonna just pass his crazy thoughts about tactics and players and his staff try to figure out a way to make it work. He's more an entertainer and motivator than anything else.

It's like Kesha and Lady Gaga. Those girls do some shit and then their guys try hard to make it be sold as something good.
I thought that was clear for a while. He's a figurehead, and he does a good job of rallying/motivating team. Can't deny that... he's got at inspiring vigorous nationalism.

But i'm pretty sure he has multiple tacticians actually organizing team. That being said.... no one can deny the influence being a quality motivator can have.

perfect example... phil jackson in basketball.... Pretty average coach tactically, probably best motivator/man maanger i've ever seen
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