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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddy View Post
    A good piece on Buffon. Fanboys shouldn't read it, it might challenge your cognitive bias.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo...el-Oliver.html

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    But haters should, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddy View Post
    A good piece on Buffon. Fanboys shouldn't read it, it might challenge your cognitive bias.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo...el-Oliver.html

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    So he is now responsible for refs not being able to handle the pressure? I dont get what this article is saying. Refs are leaving early in the EPL because they cant handle the pressure. Basically said the same thing gigi did but somehow blamed it on GIgi
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddy View Post
    A good piece on Buffon. Fanboys shouldn't read it, it might challenge your cognitive bias.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo...el-Oliver.html

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    That is a truly awful piece. Really poor journalism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddy View Post
    A good piece on Buffon. Fanboys shouldn't read it, it might challenge your cognitive bias.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo...el-Oliver.html

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    Not that he should care about it, and he probably doesn't, but a lot of neutral football fans all around the world, who only ever get to see Gigi when he plays for the NT or with Juve in the CL, will remember him for this outburst imo.

    Not that there aren't plenty of great things/epic moments to remember him for, but it happened at the end if his career, there isn't much more to come, and people do have short memories. Not to mention it was just so unusual for him to act like that. He's always only spoken about others with respect, Journos and players alike who looked up to him and $#@!sucked him whenever given the oportunity to do so, naming him as the perfect role model and so on, now see him exposed as salty, bad loser (not my opinion, just reading what has been written on websites over the past few days).

    He didn't headbutt another player, but given the timing, and most importantly how unusual it was for him to act like that made it worse than it actually was. If it was any other player, i'd say who gives a $#@!? But Gigi was/is the ultimate nice guy in football, not anymore. It's a sour taste that will stay imo.

    It's obviously gonna change nothing for Juve fans, for whom he's won tons of trophies for, bleeding the club colours for decades now, but imo it might very well change how the neutral looks at him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAiDEViL View Post
    Not that he should care about it, and he probably doesn't, but a lot of neutral football fans all around the world, who only ever get to see Gigi when he plays for the NT or with Juve in the CL, will remember him for this outburst imo.

    Not that there aren't plenty of great things/epic moments to remember him for, but it happened at the end if his career, there isn't much more to come, and people do have short memories. Not to mention it was just so unusual for him to act like that. He's always only spoken about others with respect, Journos and players alike who looked up to him and $#@!sucked him whenever given the oportunity to do so, naming him as the perfect role model and so on, now see him exposed as salty, bad loser (not my opinion, just reading what has been written on websites over the past few days).

    He didn't headbutt another player, but given the timing, and most importantly how unusual it was for him to act like that made it worse than it actually was. If it was any other player, i'd say who gives a $#@!? But Gigi was/is the ultimate nice guy in football, not anymore. It's a sour taste that will stay imo.

    It's obviously gonna change nothing for Juve fans, for whom he's won tons of trophies for, bleeding the club colours for decades now, but imo it might very well change how the neutral looks at him.
    I agree with all of it, he's lost a lot in this

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    I dont think so. It wasnt as bad as zizous.

    Players get send off every now and then by incidents like this. Not everyone get send off by headbutting a player.

    If he attacked the ref it would have marked him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAiDEViL View Post
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    Not that he should care about it, and he probably doesn't, but a lot of neutral football fans all around the world, who only ever get to see Gigi when he plays for the NT or with Juve in the CL, will remember him for this outburst imo.

    Not that there aren't plenty of great things/epic moments to remember him for, but it happened at the end if his career, there isn't much more to come, and people do have short memories. Not to mention it was just so unusual for him to act like that. He's always only spoken about others with respect, Journos and players alike who looked up to him and $#@!sucked him whenever given the oportunity to do so, naming him as the perfect role model and so on, now see him exposed as salty, bad loser (not my opinion, just reading what has been written on websites over the past few days).

    He didn't headbutt another player, but given the timing, and most importantly how unusual it was for him to act like that made it worse than it actually was. If it was any other player, i'd say who gives a $#@!? But Gigi was/is the ultimate nice guy in football, not anymore. It's a sour taste that will stay imo.

    It's obviously gonna change nothing for Juve fans, for whom he's won tons of trophies for, bleeding the club colours for decades now, but imo it might very well change how the neutral looks at him.
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    It's honestly not a big deal. It will all be forgotten soon. People are just making a fuss because it's Buffon
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amer View Post
    In two years time, maybe even less, nobody will even remember this ref and his $#@!. But the legend called Buffon will live on. Remember that.
    Dunno... Tom Henning vreb, Cneyt akır (Nani red card), Howard Webb (known for being biased at Man Utd) says hi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quetzalcoatl View Post
    It's honestly not a big deal. It will all be forgotten soon. People are just making a fuss because it's Buffon
    How can you guys be so sure about that?

    Especially if Buffon has made his last ever CL-match or Real Madrid ending up winning the UCL.

    The incident has definitely ruined Buffon's reputation as an classy gentleman for people outside Italy (although it's not the first time Buffon has made unsportsmanlike post game comments, illegal bets etc.)
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    Lol people will forget this soon enough, can't believe people are comparing the referee incident to Zidane literally headbutting a player in a world cup on his last game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddy View Post
    A good piece on Buffon. Fanboys shouldn't read it, it might challenge your cognitive bias.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo...el-Oliver.html

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    The topic comments say otherwise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hydde View Post
    I dont think so. It wasnt as bad as zizous.

    Players get send off every now and then by incidents like this. Not everyone get send off by headbutting a player.

    If he attacked the ref it would have marked him.
    The English massacered Ronaldo and the ref in 2006 for winking at the bench, and blamed the two for getting Ronaldo sent off. Hypocrisy at its finest.

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    english playing the victim
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    Buffon ❤️❤️❤️. $#@! english media, $#@! Real Madrid and $#@! that idiot referee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Juvellino View Post
    english playing the victim
    Exactly. English media and objectivity

    Another attention seeking $#@! of a journalist trying to get in on the whole Buffon debate

    I sincerely hope Buffon doesn't apologize for his actions. $#@! Oliver the $#@!; he should learn to deal with the pressure that comes with being a referee. I'm definitely not condoning the death threats and attacks as that is disgusting, but Buffon is not responsible or liable for people's retarded behavior and reactions. Also, what he said, unfiltered and candid, in the heat of the moment, should not be held against him. Perhaps he should have worded things more carefully, and he admitted to that, but there's no reason to issue a full apology.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bianconero81 View Post
    Exactly. English media and objectivity

    Another attention seeking $#@! of a journalist trying to get in on the whole Buffon debate

    I sincerely hope Buffon doesn't apologize for his actions. $#@! Oliver the $#@!; he should learn to deal with the pressure that comes with being a referee. I'm definitely not condoning the death threats and attacks as that is disgusting, but Buffon is not responsible or liable for people's retarded behavior and reactions. Also, what he said, unfiltered and candid, in the heat of the moment, should not be held against him. Perhaps he should have worded things more carefully, and he admitted to that, but there's no reason to issue a full apology.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bianconero81 View Post
    Exactly. English media and objectivity

    Another attention seeking $#@! of a journalist trying to get in on the whole Buffon debate

    I sincerely hope Buffon doesn't apologize for his actions. $#@! Oliver the $#@!; he should learn to deal with the pressure that comes with being a referee. I'm definitely not condoning the death threats and attacks as that is disgusting, but Buffon is not responsible or liable for people's retarded behavior and reactions. Also, what he said, unfiltered and candid, in the heat of the moment, should not be held against him. Perhaps he should have worded things more carefully, and he admitted to that, but there's no reason to issue a full apology.


    Of course it's the self-confessed Premier League fanboi who brings a daily mail trash piece here to "challenge our cognitive bias" and troll the Buffon thread a little more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GordoDeCentral View Post
    Good, $#@! being nice


    It's pretty clear being too nice isn't the way to CL titles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maddy View Post
    A good piece on Buffon. Fanboys shouldn't read it, it might challenge your cognitive bias.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/foo...el-Oliver.html

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    Please post more Oliver Hoist articles, seems like an underrated writer who deserves much more than dailymail
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bianconero81 View Post
    Exactly. English media and objectivity

    Another attention seeking $#@! of a journalist trying to get in on the whole Buffon debate

    I sincerely hope Buffon doesn't apologize for his actions. $#@! Oliver the $#@!; he should learn to deal with the pressure that comes with being a referee. I'm definitely not condoning the death threats and attacks as that is disgusting, but Buffon is not responsible or liable for people's retarded behavior and reactions. Also, what he said, unfiltered and candid, in the heat of the moment, should not be held against him. Perhaps he should have worded things more carefully, and he admitted to that, but there's no reason to issue a full apology.


    English media and their disgusting hypocrisy makes me sick.
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