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shishi nee
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(Original post by Sahir)
Awesome goal tho No wonder i didn't take an interest..! Gunner born n bred, baby!
should've known! - hope vieira goes to real
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good goal, but why do so many people think its that good?
Because he started off with a brilliant bit of skill, then just ran round half the England team like it wasn't even there.
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how many people are into snooker and if you are whos your best player? personnaly i like Mark Williams cos hes such an attacking player, but i guess most people would say Ronnie o' Sullivan.
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(Original post by john williams)
how many people are into snooker and if you are whos your best player? personnaly i like Mark Williams cos hes such an attacking player, but i guess most people would say Ronnie o' Sullivan.
Matthew Stevens, Mark Williams..
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Ignorance? Maybe

At Sydney 2000, Italy were 7th in the medal rankings, ahead of the UK.
Furthermore, swimming, fencing, cycling, skiing, basketball, ... have been traditional italian strengths - sports in which Italy perform consistently well and obtain medals/ have the best athletes
couple of gold medals.....yer...."far behind"
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i think the reason why brittish sport isnt up to scratch is because we dont encourage young people enough to get seriously envolved in sport. i think the fun of competing has been taken awayand filled with the brittish publics need for gold medals....
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(Original post by john williams)
how many people are into snooker and if you are whos your best player? personnaly i like Mark Williams cos hes such an attacking player, but i guess most people would say Ronnie o' Sullivan.
John Higgins!!!
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(Original post by Zapsta)
Because he started off with a brilliant bit of skill, then just ran round half the England team like it wasn't even there.
for a gd goal/entertainment factor, a good long shot is better than good running imo
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(Original post by TheWolf)
for a gd goal/entertainment factor, a good long shot is better than good running imo
How about a good run followed by a long shot?
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(Original post by Zapsta)
How about a good run followed by a long shot?
if its that long you wouldnt run alot would you, eg beckhams goal :rolleyes: ooh - if becks what doing his defensive duties then run past all the forwards and the midfielders then do his shot on the mid-way line - thats reallly good :rolleyes:
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(Original post by TheWolf)
if its that long you wouldnt run alot would you, eg beckhams goal :rolleyes: ooh - if becks what doing his defensive duties then run past all the forwards and the midfielders then do his shot on the mid-way line - thats reallly good :rolleyes:
I didn't really like Becks goal. I prefer a 40 yard rocket myself.
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There have been quite a few goals I have liked.

David Ginola vs Barnsley in the FA Cup. Ran past 5 players before calmly slotting the ball into the net.

Robbie Keane's penalty against Arsenal last season.

And then there's Jurgen Klinsmann's first goal for Spurs against Sheffield Wednesday - diving header at the far post, and then the great diving celebration.
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(Original post by theaman)
There have been quite a few goals I have liked.

David Ginola vs Barnsley in the FA Cup. Ran past 5 players before calmly slotting the ball into the net.

Robbie Keane's penalty against Arsenal last season.

And then there's Jurgen Klinsmann's first goal for Spurs against Sheffield Wednesday - diving header at the far post, and then the great diving celebration.
lol :rolleyes:
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(Original post by Zapsta)
I didn't really like Becks goal.
How can people not like that goal?!? :eek:

It was amazing!! Simple as that.
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(Original post by mc_watson87)
How can people not like that goal?!? :eek:

It was amazing!!
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John Higgins!!!
yep i agree
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It has to be James Wattana*biased*. Nah unbiased, its gotta be Mark williams
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Ryan Day
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Ryan Day
whys he your fav player?
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Football-not too brilliant, but have potential.
Rugby-brilliant before, but have gone very down.
Athletics-retired and injured athletes have left us short. Some good athletes coming through. Give the development system time.
Tennis-future might be looking okay. We had Kasiri reaching the juniors final. Murray...
F1-Come on Button!
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