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Old 29-04-2007, 17:04   #61
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Concrats to PSV Too bad I wanted AZ to win. My Team After AC Milan.
AZ Small club with very good players. As for Boy Waterman: It can happen hope he doens't blame him self
FORZA AZ!


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Le confesso che vedere tutti questi stranieri giocare nelle squadre italiane mi lascia perplesso. Mi fa male vedere molte squadre italiane in campo con undici stranieri. Per il futuro del mio Milan vorrei una rosa di giovani tutti italiani. E magari... tutti campioni.
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Old 29-04-2007, 17:05   #62
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and it was captain Phillip Cocu that scored the decisive goal... what a way to end his career...

plus i picked PSV to win the league... and i'm sure Andy Gray didn't picked the correct winner...


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Old 29-04-2007, 21:35   #63
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yei!!
Congrats Salcido!! I'm proud of you!


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Old 30-04-2007, 00:04   #64
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What a crazy ending to the Dutch season. Really looked as though PSV had blown it and I fully expected AZ to win the title.
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Old 01-05-2007, 02:36   #65
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psv win...
too bad for ajax and az alkmaar
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Old 20-05-2007, 13:28   #66
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I just saw a scoreline on livescore.com ... AZ 2-1 Ajax. Does that mean AZ's through to the UCL?
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Old 20-05-2007, 16:56   #67
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I just saw a scoreline on livescore.com ... AZ 2-1 Ajax. Does that mean AZ's through to the UCL?
No, on 27th May both team face each other in Amsterdam to play 1 more match. then we see who will go to the UCL. Let's hope it will be AZ


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Le confesso che vedere tutti questi stranieri giocare nelle squadre italiane mi lascia perplesso. Mi fa male vedere molte squadre italiane in campo con undici stranieri. Per il futuro del mio Milan vorrei una rosa di giovani tutti italiani. E magari... tutti campioni.
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Old 08-06-2007, 17:59   #68
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top 5 goals...


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Old 19-08-2007, 17:37   #69
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Huntelaar scores 4!! goals today as Ajax defeat De Graafschap 8-1.
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Old 07-10-2007, 15:18   #70
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OMG OMG OMG !!!, 7 Goals by Alfonso Alves in Heerenveen's win.
What are we waiting for !!!
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Old 07-10-2007, 18:08   #71
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OMG OMG OMG !!!, 7 Goals by Alfonso Alves in Heerenveen's win.
What are we waiting for !!!
Last year he was also one of the best strikers in Europe...what a show by Afonso ( not aLfonso ) Alves...


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Old 08-10-2007, 04:32   #72
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Damn, this Afonso Alves guy was a house o' fire today with an obscene seven goals in the 9-0 slaughter of Heracles. That's as much as the Portsmouth team pumped in during that 7-4 marathon with Reading last week.


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Old 08-10-2007, 04:43   #73
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Pretty impressive, but we don't need another Brasilian.


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Old 08-10-2007, 05:09   #74
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yeah, he scored a lot of goals, but also vs what team were those goals scored?
can anyone tell me if it's close to the top teams in Holland?


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Old 08-10-2007, 05:24   #75
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OMG OMG OMG !!!, 7 Goals by Alfonso Alves in Heerenveen's win.
What are we waiting for !!!
I heard it too...who is he...Any info on this guyy ???


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Old 08-10-2007, 06:51   #76
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I heard it too...who is he...Any info on this guyy ???
The guy was ranked third in the european golden boot last season with 34 goals in 30 games or something.
he has been a goalscoring machine for the last couple of years, more goals than games.
no big club has been interested in him, and he hasnt recieved a national team callup either if im not mistaken.
my not be a bad investment, to satisfy the insatiable brazilian fetish of berlu.


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Old 08-10-2007, 07:28   #77
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It didn't mean anything. I remembered Keizemen used to be the top scorer in Dutch League and he was named the worst striker in next season after he moved to Chelsea.


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Old 08-10-2007, 08:30   #78
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The guy was ranked third in the european golden boot last season with 34 goals in 30 games or something.
he has been a goalscoring machine for the last couple of years, more goals than games.
no big club has been interested in him, and he hasnt recieved a national team callup either if im not mistaken.
my not be a bad investment, to satisfy the insatiable brazilian fetish of berlu.
Really??third place, that was not bad...If he's cheap could be a good option...
Or trade him with Oli sounds even better...

@Yuchen
Van Basten, V Nistleroy, JDT was once top scorer of Dutch League...
IMO dutch league created big player...It's not fair to point the failure to one person...
Kezman was also got injured and was never a Mourinho first team...
Sheva also sucks at chelsea...


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Old 08-10-2007, 12:47   #79
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The guy was ranked third in the european golden boot last season with 34 goals in 30 games or something.
he has been a goalscoring machine for the last couple of years, more goals than games.
no big club has been interested in him, and he hasnt recieved a national team callup either if im not mistaken.
my not be a bad investment, to satisfy the insatiable brazilian fetish of berlu.
He was in the Brazil team when they won the Copa America, but didn't have playing time.
ManYOO, Chelsea, Portsmouth, Sunderland and Midelsbrough were recently linked with him.
This seson he has 7 games so far , counting 12 Goals.
Heerenveen signed him from Malmo FF in July 2006 for 4.5 M.
If any club wants to sign him, they should pay 9 M euros for his services.

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Pretty impressive, but we don't need another Brasilian.
If he is good, no matter what nationality he has, he has a place here.


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Old 09-10-2007, 07:40   #80
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The guy was ranked third in the european golden boot last season with 34 goals in 30 games or something.
he has been a goalscoring machine for the last couple of years, more goals than games.
no big club has been interested in him, and he hasnt recieved a national team callup either if im not mistaken.
my not be a bad investment, to satisfy the insatiable brazilian fetish of berlu.
I have a feeling Alves will be a goalscoring machine if he plays for a top club. For some reason he reminds me of what Samuele Etoo did when he played for Real Mallorca and then went to Barca. He just got better with a better supporting cast.

I'd love to have the guy in Milan 'cos for the most part Eredivise players who go to big clubs elsewhere seem to do well. For sure the supporting cast at Milan will be a much better than the guys around him at Heerenveen and he should do well.
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