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First Italy, now English football faces its own scandal

Discussion in 'Football' started by Dominic, 16 July 2006.

  1. Dominic

    Dominic Serie A Staff

    19 August 2003
    Netherlands
    ..
     
  2. Valmir

    Valmir Quality, not quantity

    30 October 2005
    Reading, England
    Reading
    isnt that from the news of the world?......:lol:

    its old news anyway, if anything it'll be Chelsea who get caught :mrgreen: \\:o/ :mryellow:
     
  3. Cloud1863

    Cloud1863 Premiership

    10 December 2004
    Stoke City
    Story's from News of the world are on a par with the ones from your mad uncle who thought he was in the army but was never even in the scouts. Take it with a pinch of salt.

    A wee bit of attention shifting, make another country look just as bad with a scandal. :P
     
  4. Stringer Bell

    Stringer Bell Banned

    12 February 2005
    London
    Nice try Don :)
     
  5. Revan

    Revan out the window

    8 August 2003
    Madeira, Portugal.
    FC Porto
    expected thanks to the calcio caos.
     
  6. RuneEdge

    RuneEdge Silent Assassin

    1 October 2003
    Turn around, I'm right behind you...
    Manchester United
    He's just trying to cheer himself up. :lol:
     
  7. SPiTFiRE

    SPiTFiRE Eusébio forever

    6 April 2004
    SL Benfica
    This may be false, but if this is true, I think I gonna starting to watch Mexican league.
     
  8. voxel

    voxel ---

    15 February 2006
    Argentina
    Racing Club de Avellaneda
    lol you make fun of it but a lot of great "second-tier" players from south america end up in mexico quite often. argentinians, brazilians, paraguayans, etc... that are not good enough to play in europe but are above average and want higher wages than what local leagues might be able to offer end up in mexico. they pay a lot of money to their players, so they snatch some second-tier stars, it's similar to what turkey is for european players.

    this is also a reason why there's not much emigration from native mexican players to european leagues. unlike the rest of south americans they get paid better in mexico than europe.
     
    Last edited: 19 July 2006
  9. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    Doesnt Claudio Lopez play in Mexico?
     
  10. fd1972uk

    fd1972uk ---------------------

    9 January 2002
    Glasgow
    Celtic
    Does speedy Gonazlez still play in Mexico?


    FD
     
  11. Stringer Bell

    Stringer Bell Banned

    12 February 2005
    London
    [​IMG]

    lol!
     
  12. voxel

    voxel ---

    15 February 2006
    Argentina
    Racing Club de Avellaneda
    yep, at least until the WC... he doesn't fall under the "second tier star" category though... he's just a player past his prime trying to squeeze the last bucks out of his carreer lol.
     
  13. NickSCFC

    NickSCFC Banned

    18 July 2003
    Stoke-on-Trent, UK
    Stoke City/Liverpool
    I heard something on the radio about Man U in some sort of scandal.
     
  14. Dermot

    Dermot Banned

    13 August 2002
    New York
    Arsenal
    It was probably just a fan.
     

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