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11-20-2009 #1601A man can dream though. A man can dream...
I'm all for banning Henry and giving him a fine, but what makes Robbie Keane any different? He clearly handled the ball on 4 different occasions that I can think of, maybe even more. Why would it be ok to punish one and not the other? Because he got away with it or because it ended up being a goal? If you try and bring up the "Keane's handballs weren't intentional", don't even bother.
Like I said, Henry's always been a cheater... and I'm all for punishing him, but punishments need to be consistent. You can't punish a diver just because it earned him a peno and then let another diver off the hook because it didn't change the course of a game.
Do you how many times footballers cheat in games, dive, handball, etc why would the game be replayed? A game could get stopped if the game is interupted and possibly replayed but never based on cheating. Come on then next people would be asking for games to be replayed due to offside goals.
Its not like Ireland were winning it was a tie it could of gone either way, sure it was cheating, **it happens, get over it.Diablo 3 - DOTA 2 - Deus EX 3 - Half Life: Episode 3
11-21-2009 #1606A man can dream though. A man can dream...
Why dont they make it that each team gets one video replay call per match, the captain can then choose when to call for a video replay. Something like tennis when they get 3 hawk eyes.
I do think its a good idea, because if were using video technology on ALL things the game will be way to slow I just think that it could create problems as well as solve them
I think each team should get 3 challenges a half or maybe a game, when a manager or captain challenges a referee decision, video footage should be used by a 5th official like, the video ref in rugby, and he will make the call based on the footage. I know this could slow the game down but i think it would be worth it, when the rightful decision could be made in a crucial game i.e. a world cup playoff.
I know there would still be decisions that will be disputed, and it would be the views of a video ref but he has more chance of making the correct call than the ref on the field.
But i don't think video technology will happen anytime soon as Blatter and Platini have both opposed it and are in favor of these goal line refs.
I can see the DVD on the horizon already.
Henry i s ashamed though, and guys... FIFA would make more $$ with France in the World Cup .
PS. FIFA sucks and I hope CR9 breaks his legs and retires.:gta:
There are many problems with FIFA's hariolations. The one that's the most blatant, and the one that I will limit my discussion to, is related to its overt support of nihilism. For openers, while FIFA insists that it's okay if its practices initially cause our quality of life to degrade because "sometime", "someone" will do "something" "somehow" to counteract that trend, reality dictates otherwise. Actually, if you want a real dose of reality, look at how there are some basic biological realities of the world in which we live. These realities are doubtless regrettable, but they are unalterable. If FIFA finds them intolerable and unthinkable, the only thing that I can suggest is that it try to flag down a flying saucer and take passage for some other solar system, possibly one in which the residents are oblivious to the fact that if we don't do something soon, FIFA's anti-democratic précis will rise like a golem with a million hands on a million throats to choke the honor out of decent, hardworking people.
Does FIFA honestly expect us to believe that we have too much freedom? That's not a rhetorical question. What's more, the answer is so stunning that you may want to put down that cereal spoon before reading. You see, FIFA maintains that embracing a system of paternalism will make everything right with the world. While that happens to be pure fantasy from the world of make-believe, one important fact to consider is that I fully intend to lend support to the thesis that it has all the characteristics of a dog except loyalty. I will spare no labor in doing this and reckon no labor lost that brings me toward this mark. Even so, FIFA occasionally shows what appears to be warmth, joy, love, or compassion. You should realize, however, that these positive expressions are more feigned than experienced and invariably serve an ulterior motive, such as to replace intellectual integrity with postmodernist sloganeering.
Having studied FIFA's charges and finding them groundless, I must now tell the world that one could truthfully say that a day without FIFA would be like a day without pretentious, narrow-minded prætorianism. But saying that would miss the real point, which is that it sometimes uses the word "schizosaccharomycetaceae" when describing its memoranda. Beware! This is a buzzword designed for emotional response. To close, let me accentuate that if we drain the swamp of influence-peddling and the system of pay-to-play we shall not only survive FIFA's attacks; we shall prevail.
World Cup 2010 draw
Group A: South Africa, Mexico, Uruguay, France
Group B: Argentina, Nigeria, Korea Republic, Greece
Group C: England, USA, Algeria, Slovenia
Group D: Germany, Australia, Serbia, Ghana,
Group E: Netherlands, Denmark, Japan, Cameroon
Group F: Italy, Paraguay, New Zealand, Slovakia
Group G: Brazil, Korea DPR, Côte d'Ivoire, Portugal
Group H: Spain, Switzerland, Honduras, Chile
Good old Spurs. We were coasting yet again, got the 2nd goal and then Harry Redknapp I'm guessing told the players it's Wii Sports Resort round his house tonight and they're all suddenly ready to don the deckchairs.
Wolves at home next week, I expect a backlash from the frustration / sloppiness today. A win and nothing else, then I'd be more confident of 3 points at home to Al Citeh on Wednesday week.
Wonder what Pavlyuchenko's up to these days?
After 17 years, Flamengo is the champion of Brazilian championship!!
And guess who was the striker of the championship!!
Adriano!! right, the Internazionale Adriano!!! he scored 19 goals!
I bet that in January he is back in Europe...
Adriano, my biggest disappointment. Was so promising at Parma and early days at Inter then boom.
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