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    (Original post by punkski)
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    Out of curiosity, do you enjoy the industrious Stoke in action every week? If so, it explains a lot.
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    (Original post by TM94)
    You actually are the weirdest kid I have ever seen on TSR, the sheer audacity to insult someone over posting in an internet forum whilst you are attempting to piss other people off repeatedly on the same forum is simply staggering. If you like lee
    Bowyer and Barton for their 'styles' then thats your opinion even if it is bizarre.
    mm i'm not really the one with thousands of ****ing posts on TSR, hahahah. but yes it is, and you are more than entitled to your own which i will respect. cheeeeers


    (Original post by Darth Vader 7)
    Out of curiosity, do you enjoy the industrious Stoke in action every week? If so, it explains a lot.
    what makes you ask?
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    I don't know if 'entertaining' means something different for us all. 'Entertaining footballers' for me, are players that make the game of football look beautiful, and easy. Hence why I mentioned Dennis Bergkamp on the previous page.

    A note on Joey Barton from me as well. He is a good footballer, there is no doubting that. And if he had a better attitude, then I think he could easily play for a bigger side than Queens Park Rangers (no disrespect to QPR). His constant attitude is annoying, and this is one of the reasons why Manchester City and then Newcastle got rid of him. There is no doubt he is a good player, but I personally wouldn't call him 'entertaining'.
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    Neymar / Ronaldo purely for their skills on the ball and fast paced dribbling...

    and then Balotelli has to be one (although i'm a united fan), most controversial player ever which makes him funny as ****, latest example: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/eur...EURO-2012.html
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    (Original post by MattyJo)
    I really enjoyed watching Rivaldo, infact the whole Brazil 2002 World Cup team haha .

    (Original post by TM94)
    Jheez so many so many...

    Ronaldinho transformed football at his peak, I remember him during my late childhood just destroying teams and pulling off these crazy tricks :nooo: Those Joga Bonito adverts :moon:

    Rivaldo, Ronaldo - Footballing Gods

    (Original post by bhogs001)
    I always liked watching Brazil 2002 play.

    The likes of ronaldhino, ronaldo, cafu, roberto carlos, dida,
    Just amazing the way this forum is full of retards that know next to nothing about football before the late 90s and actually thinking the most forgettable World Cup winners of all time with some cheats were anything special. Please go away and talk about something you may know about because it sure ain't football.
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    (Original post by robocop1andahalf)
    Just amazing the way this forum is full of retards that know next to nothing about football before the late 90s and actually thinking the most forgettable World Cup winners of all time with some cheats were anything special. Please go away and talk about something you may know about because it sure ain't football.
    Of course people are mentioning modern sides, yes football existed before the 90's, but people on here would have been too young to watch it.
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    René Higuita's name hasn't come up enough.
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    There is no contest.
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    (Original post by robocop1andahalf)
    Just amazing the way this forum is full of retards that know next to nothing about football before the late 90s and actually thinking the most forgettable World Cup winners of all time with some cheats were anything special. Please go away and talk about something you may know about because it sure ain't football.
    Cool story bro.
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    (Original post by Entangled)
    René Higuita's name hasn't come up enough.
    didn't he make one infamous mistake in one of the world cups he featured in?
    (Original post by robocop1andahalf)
    Just amazing the way this forum is full of retards that know next to nothing about football before the late 90s and actually thinking the most forgettable World Cup winners of all time with some cheats were anything special. Please go away and talk about something you may know about because it sure ain't football.
    then who do you enjoy, mr. footie?
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    Ive always found Dimitar Berbatov really entertaining !
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    (Original post by punkski)
    didn't he make one infamous mistake in one of the world cups he featured in?
    He did, against Cameroon. But the topic here is 'most entertaining,' not 'least prone to mistakes.' Pretty much everything he did was pure gold.
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    (Original post by punkski)
    then who do you enjoy, mr. footie?
    I feel such deep pity for those who only seem to think football from the late 90s onwards is worth remembering just because you were old enough to see it first time round.

    Simply, there never has been and never will be a better and more amazing player than this.

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    Although I appreciate individual talent, I've never watched a football match just to see a specific player. But idane used to mesmirise me.
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    andy carroll!!
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    Matt Le Tissier. Whenever I watch a video of him now I still can't believe how much control he seems to have of the ball.
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    (Original post by robocop1andahalf)
    I feel such deep pity for those who only seem to think football from the late 90s onwards is worth remembering just because you were old enough to see it first time round.

    Simply, there never has been and never will be a better and more amazing player than this.

    In your opinion. Simply because other players don't agree with you doesn't allow you the right to call other people retards.

    I find it hilarious how oblivious you are to your own hypocrisy.
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    (Original post by Musester)
    In your opinion. Simply because other players don't agree with you doesn't allow you the right to call other people retards.

    I find it hilarious how oblivious you are to your own hypocrisy.
    Hypocrisy?
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    Gotta be Jay-Jay Okocha... never seen such magic by a Bolton player!
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    (Original post by robocop1andahalf)
    Hypocrisy?
    I don't quite know what you mean? Do you want a definition so you can continue going around calling people retards beacause they don't agree with you.

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