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    As mentioned, Juninho's diving header, any from Le Tissier's personal collection but number one has to be Giggs' goal against Arsenal.

    Yowski.

    I'm not a fan of Beckham's or Zola's.
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    england doesnt have a good goalkeeper i m afraid
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    Imagine Adriano and Henry with Tevez behind them........*drools*
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    Kirkland. Kirkland Kirkland Kirkland.
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    hi i m not playing the game, i m just wondering what does 'ole' mean?
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    (Original post by mockel)
    i was gonna say inter or milan, but then i remembered about Barcelona's home kit - you've gotta love it
    exactly, i agree. both home and away.
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    (Original post by mc_watson87)
    Did ya see that Ronaldinho goal yesterday?

    Not among the best ever, but still a wicked goal!

    yeh i saw it, it was always the brazilian magic
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    by no means one of the best i've seen....but silvinho's injury time equaliser against chelsea.....and kanu's hat-trick goal, funnily enough, against chelsea....and bergkamp's hat-trick against leicester about 5/6 years back

    unfortunately, giggsy's in the fa cup against arsenal rates very highly up there
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    Barcelona, by a mile - and I'm not biased Keep the colours clean...
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    Milan, Juve, Utd or Barca away.
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    marginally off-topic in that I put forward two players (zidane and ronaldinho) rather than goals but in terms of ability and sheer nonchalance in making a cutting pass or close control these two are unsurpassed in the world today (even smarmier than henry who scored that cheeky backheel the other week )

    you may already have seen these already but they are still amazing:

    http://pm16ar.free.fr/Polo1006_Zidane_vs_Ronnie.wmv
    http://pm16ar.free.fr/Polo1006-Ronal...cbarcelone.wmv

    (note downloads may take some time on slow connections)
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    on the pitch I mean.
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    michael schumacher winning in spain 1996, michael schumacher winning in monza 1996 and michael schumacher winning the f1 world championship for ferrari in 2000 after the 21 yr drought!!!
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    I'm glad that the CRB made Jense adhere to his contract. i am a tifosi and am always glad to see a potentially very threatining driver in a lower budget team whih reduces the chance of the challenge.

    The second williams seat is interesting but i hope it goes to valentino luizzi or to nick hiedfeld.
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    Kirkland has never, EVER done anything worth noting in his career, yet everybody raves about him. Tell me something he's done to deserve Englands number 1 shirt? I'm not saying he's bad, but he's certainly not world-class. He never will be. I wish people would stop going absolutely over the top when his name is mentioned, the guy is totally average.
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    (Original post by afireinside©)
    Kirkland has never, EVER done anything worth noting in his career.
    That's what makes a goalkeeper famous really, strange as it might sound. When a keeper makes a headline or becomes talked about, it's not usually about good goalkeeping. Kirkland had done little wrong.
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    That's what makes a goalkeeper famous really, strange as it might sound. When a keeper makes a headline or becomes talked about, it's not usually about good goalkeeping. Kirkland had done little wrong.
    He's done little wrong.
    He's done little right.

    Shouldn't you go for a keep who has done little wrong but lots right?
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    (Original post by afireinside©)
    He's done little wrong.
    He's done little right.

    Shouldn't you go for a keep who has done little wrong but lots right?
    Who do you have in mind?
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    (Original post by TheWolf)
    Who do you have in mind?
    The man who is statistically Englands number one for the past year or so..

    Would make sense.
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    (Original post by afireinside©)
    The man who is statistically Englands number one for the past year or so..

    Would make sense.
    Who is that? And how do you compare statistics?
 
 
 
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