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sorry to change the subject, but wondering if you heard anything yet about NT arriving in Germany,
I read this morning on diario ole that Datolo is out (thank God).
sorry, thats probably a bad thing to say..
Datolo is injured and will miss the Germany game. Unfortunately, it appears that the injury is not serious enough that it’ll keep him out of the world cup.
Maradona is in Germany and will be speaking to reporters later on today.
Some of the players arrived in Germany, the ones that played on Sunday have not.
There is a poll on the front page of Ole today asking who should be the #9 in the world cup.
I already casted my vote.
BTW, please feel free to call me by my real name, Ron.
Awesome, Thanks Ron !
sorry, didnt know ur real name until now..
yeah, i saw that this morning, i also casted my vote (obviously for Pipita). Tremendous game for him this weekend BTW. 4 goals in the last 2 games…
I really hope this guy becomes the “next big thing”. although he’s been showing it, and he’s been big talk everywhere, I hope he still proves himself, and does better then what everyone expects,
especially to show all those stupid reporters and that one guy that interviewed him last week, what he’s really about..
I cant wait for Wed. game. im so nervous, i really hope they dont look lost on the pitch like always. i just hope this is some kind of tactic or game strategy this time.. if we lose this game again, i dont know what else to think anymore goin into the WC.
Higuain won the poll by a huge margin.
Despite that, its funny all the boca fans that voted for Palermo.
Pipita is the real deal, his critics are a bunch of fools.
If you analyze his goals, you can see that he is not a one dimensional player.
Higuain can score goals with either foot, he can blast the ball in or softly place it and he has the mental velocity to decide where he is going to kick the ball before he receives the ball.
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