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    Quote Originally Posted by Seven View Post
    Tevez has always been a bit of an odd dude. And there's many things you can criticise him of. But I don't ever recall him not being physically fit enough to play. Sure he's not skinny, but his weight has never really been an issue and it would surprise me if it was now.

    http://www.gettyimages.be/fotos/carl...t=best#license

    These images of just two months ago also say otherwise. Because he has never really gained much weight in the past, I don't think it's likely he has now.

    I bet this is total bull$#@! and they're using this to be able to refuse payment. And now we're likely to see the real problem with making big money in Chinese football: what are you going to do when they refuse to pay you? Go to a Chinese judge? Good luck with that.
    Pretty sure asian ff and fifa are the arbitrators, and if fifa says they have to pay they will pay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GordoDeCentral View Post
    Pretty sure asian ff and fifa are the arbitrators, and if fifa says they have to pay they will pay.
    Yeah, it's possible there is some sort of arbitration procedure. But I still wouldn't feel confident having to go through all of that in China.
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    Do you really think Trump is an idiot?

    He's a businessman. What's to say he wouldn't make the right choice when in office? He's not kept abreast of military intelligence in the Middle East because he doesn't have access to it and perhaps doesn't have the time to be. But that's not to say he wouldn't make an astute decision when he has all the facts in front of him.

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    Tevez: Chinese football is 50 years behind
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    I generally like him, but he is too much of an uneducated impulsive peasant to be globetrotting around the world. Chinese football is far behind, but when they paying you 32m annually, least you can do is not spit in their faces?


    His career would been far better if he wasnt so rash and undecisive, seems to be unsettled quickly wherever he goes. Even when its home (despite the mess of Boca, if you go back home to retire, stay there, or if you for big bucks, commit to it, not kick up $#@! months into it...).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Osman View Post
    I generally like him, but he is too much of an uneducated impulsive peasant to be globetrotting around the world. Chinese football is far behind, but when they paying you 32m annually, least you can do is not spit in their faces?


    His career would been far better if he wasnt so rash and undecisive, seems to be unsettled quickly wherever he goes. Even when its home (despite the mess of Boca, if you go back home to retire, stay there, or if you for big bucks, commit to it, not kick up $#@! months into it...).

    Chinese culture and habits are so different that they often feel very disrespectful to us. When I had a summer job as tour guide in Italy, we sometimes stayed in hotels with Chinese tourists. Some of the stuff they pulled.. Hotel staff would always be utterly disgusted with them. I think this is probably a big reason why many of the players who go there and earn big bucks want to come back after just two or three months and don't even bother being respectful to their employers anymore.

    As for Tevez himself.. Footballwise he was my favorite Juventus player after Del Piero. I just love watching that man play football. But it's obvious he has some deeprooted psychological issues.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bjerknes View Post
    Do you really think Trump is an idiot?

    He's a businessman. What's to say he wouldn't make the right choice when in office? He's not kept abreast of military intelligence in the Middle East because he doesn't have access to it and perhaps doesn't have the time to be. But that's not to say he wouldn't make an astute decision when he has all the facts in front of him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seven View Post
    Chinese culture and habits are so different that they often feel very disrespectful to us. When I had a summer job as tour guide in Italy, we sometimes stayed in hotels with Chinese tourists. Some of the stuff they pulled.. Hotel staff would always be utterly disgusted with them. I think this is probably a big reason why many of the players who go there and earn big bucks want to come back after just two or three months and don't even bother being respectful to their employers anymore.

    As for Tevez himself.. Footballwise he was my favorite Juventus player after Del Piero. I just love watching that man play football. But it's obvious he has some deeprooted psychological issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GordoDeCentral View Post
    Chinese, Russian, Australian: the unholy trinity of rudeness

    Ugh. They're the worst. Maybe it's because they're so far removed from everywhere else in the world, but many Australians are simply unable to grasp local customs wherever they go.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bjerknes View Post
    Do you really think Trump is an idiot?

    He's a businessman. What's to say he wouldn't make the right choice when in office? He's not kept abreast of military intelligence in the Middle East because he doesn't have access to it and perhaps doesn't have the time to be. But that's not to say he wouldn't make an astute decision when he has all the facts in front of him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osman View Post
    I generally like him, but he is too much of an uneducated impulsive peasant to be globetrotting around the world. Chinese football is far behind, but when they paying you 32m annually, least you can do is not spit in their faces?


    His career would been far better if he wasnt so rash and undecisive, seems to be unsettled quickly wherever he goes. Even when its home (despite the mess of Boca, if you go back home to retire, stay there, or if you for big bucks, commit to it, not kick up $#@! months into it...).
    Yeah you can't really fault him for being the end product resulting in poor IQ from a background of poverty. But that doesn't excuse common sense.
    only because of @The Pado

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    Quote Originally Posted by GordoDeCentral View Post
    Chinese, Russian, Australian: the unholy trinity of rudeness
    add US americans and make it a foursome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAiDEViL View Post
    add US americans and make it a foursome.
    Odd, everywhere i go Americans are actually the most welcomed, friendly generous and great tippers. Also they don't wake up at 6 am to towel invade a beach.
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    Most of the Americans I meet are friendly and polite. Europeans, not so much.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAiDEViL View Post
    add US americans
    Non-US Americans are the $#@!ing worst
    only because of @The Pado

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quetzalcoatl View Post
    Most of the Americans I meet are friendly and polite. Europeans, not so much.
    The ones i met did everything to perpetuate the stereotype of them being loudmouthed and ignorant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DAiDEViL View Post
    The ones i met did everything to perpetuate the stereotype of them being loudmouthed and ignorant.
    Probably tourists?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GordoDeCentral View Post
    Odd, everywhere i go Americans are actually the most welcomed, friendly generous and great tippers. Also they don't wake up at 6 am to towel invade a beach.
    Americans are very friendly and are great tippers (though this is also cultural, most waiters in Europe are expected to be able to live from the salary they receive, not from the tips).

    Btw, Italians have this weird fetish with Americans. On the one hand they often adore anything American (Ale has got this obsession too), on the other in tourist cities like Florence or Venice, they really look down on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seven View Post
    Americans are very friendly and are great tippers (though this is also cultural, most waiters in Europe are expected to be able to live from the salary they receive, not from the tips).

    Btw, Italians have this weird fetish with Americans. On the one hand they often adore anything American (Ale has got this obsession too), on the other in tourist cities like Florence or Venice, they really look down on them.
    It's to do with touristy cities in general, with the affluence the tourists bring to the city there comes also a lot of inconvenience be it more traffic/crowds or increase in cost of living
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    Tourists are also the worst. Especially in NYC
    only because of @The Pado

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAiDEViL View Post
    add US americans and make it a foursome.
    Not really imo

    The Americans I've met in Europe were generally really friendly & open. A bit loud & annoying over time maybe, but really not rude.

    The stereotypical Muricans probably don't bother to even go overseas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GordoDeCentral View Post
    It's to do with touristy cities in general, with the affluence the tourists bring to the city there comes also a lot of inconvenience be it more traffic/crowds or increase in cost of living
    Loads of tourists absolutely suck if you're living there, most annoying thing there is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocelot View Post
    Loads of tourists absolutely suck if you're living there, most annoying thing there is.
    Why? I love tourists. Because they are going away again @DAiDEViL

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    Americans in general I've found to be between normal and very, very loud, not really rude. Seems a bit obnoxious for British culture but it's just different.

    Anyway Tevez isn't being professional and hasn't since he got to China. He probably doesn't take them seriously but that is biting the hand that feeds, he's getting seriously insane money and they have still given him extra time others wouldn't have. It shows how desperately they need these marquee players. It's true, the domestic level is really $#@!.
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