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March 14th, 2009  
A Can of Man
 
 
The Cimboms have some of the most fanatical fan base anywhere in the world. Also I think domestically they've been struggling against Fenerbahce so it makes any European competition even more important for them
March 14th, 2009  
Balkan-MiG
 
 
I used to follow football heaps, but now I dont have the time and I cant be bothered

But i go for Inter Milano [We got thrashed by Manchester a few days back ]
March 14th, 2009  
ObjSRgtLw
 
 
Yeah- Ibrahimovic has to wait if he finally wants to get hands on the CL- Trophy
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March 14th, 2009  
rattler
 
 
Fan of - in that order -:

Eintracht Frankfurt
Real Mallorca
FC Barcelona

Rattler
March 14th, 2009  
ObjSRgtLw
 
 
Frankfurt No. 1? Seems a little weird compared to Mallorca and Barca especially from a Spanish fellow
March 15th, 2009  
rattler
 
 
Quote:
Frankfurt No. 1? Seems a little weird compared to Mallorca and Barca especially from a Spanish fellow
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...of *German* origin (echtes Frankfurter Würstchen) fellow *living* in Spain since ´83... While I got my new passport allright in JAN, I will never forget the times in the "Waldstadion" on the knees of my father when I was 4 yrs old seeing the "Diva" perform (look, I saw this game with DiStefano and Puskas live: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKJA8Kq_fxU, and this was when I became - in Germany - Barca fan, as they played - on our bw screens - in black, white was the antichrist then... ), the times with "Der Zahnarzt" Dr. Kunter as a night blind (everybody gotta suffer when SGE was playing in artificial lighting) goalie, the times with our world champions (Hölzenbein, KHK), the times with Stein, Uwe Bein, Okocha, Yeboah, Gaudino and (Bye Bye Bayern!) Topmöller, you name it, until Jupp Heinkes () ruined it all...

This stuff just won´t go away from your feelings, no matter what is your passport espeically when for some time they played *The* best soccer of a European club, even if we are a yo-yo team now and always doing the same as Real Mallorca classification-wise (today the decisive game against Espanyol! Live in the internet somewhere at 1600 GMT as it is for free)...

Interestingly I live house to house (village to village) with the brother of Maurizio Gaudino...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMi2leYimLM (as for the refrain, about time, 1959 is - even for an old fart like myself - a *loooong* time ago...)

Any more questions?

Rattler
March 16th, 2009  
ObjSRgtLw
 
 
I got it
March 17th, 2009  
Partisan
 
 
Portsmouth FC, a small club, great heart and a little bit talent, also some very odd fans. Not top flight but always dangerous, I like to think them as Insp Closeau, to the Premiership Cato.
March 17th, 2009  
BritinAfrica
 
 
Someone once said, “Football (soccer) is a game for gentlemen played by hooligans, Rugby is a game for hooligans played by gentlemen.”
March 17th, 2009  
ObjSRgtLw
 
 
Still don't get it why them freakin' Tommys call it soccer not football- isn't soccer older? Anyway- you must have a Doctor degree to understand American Football- starting with yards and so on
 


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