Argentina fans not impressed with Ariel Garce making the World Cup squad.
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hahahah,, this is hilarious !
when I was listening to the game yesterday, the reporters were complaining about the crowd , que no alenta… whats the deal?
then again, i dont blame them with the players and performance we’ve had this past year.
Very funny and creative flag.
Point well made.
But they were support OLD PALERMO to come on the pitch,made me sick to see PALERMO and GARCE plus Veron.
I gonna stick my neck out and say I like Garce’s selection.
I was a huge fan during in his River days and I know that was a long time ago and he has had issues off the pitch but if he has his head on straight, he can play.
Does this transalate to mean..Garce brings cookies?
The literal meaning is….”Garce bring cookies/biscuits.”
But the real meaning of what’s written on the flag or the point that is being made is that Garce is going on vacation to South Africa because he won’t be playing in any WC games, so bring along some alfajores or treats.
The fans are expressing their disapproval of Garce making the WC squad in a humorous manner.
Thanks. I have a unrelated question.. Who do we have in our squad now that we didn’t have in the qualifiers??
If my memory is correct, the following:
Clemente Rodriguez, Garce, Pastore and Pozo.
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