How Euro 2004 changed football (1 Viewer)

Eaglesnake_1

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Mar 28, 2004
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#22
One of the teachings of Eurocup 2004 was that the games schedule of the big european teams had become to heavy for many of the players that are titular in his normal team...i remember Zidane face against Grecce, he was tired to the bones, probably thinking: "lets finish this shit. I want out. i need vacations"
 

Elnur_E65

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Feb 21, 2004
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#23
True, Zidane in particular shouldn't have gone on the "Fundraising Tour" of Asia last summer.

Championships, cups, eurocups, official nationals, friendly nationals, summer warm-ups, practices- pretty heavy burden on the players.
 
Sep 28, 2002
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#26
++ [ originally posted by AndriesGobert ] ++
I say it's an absolute certainty they someday will.
I mean, they've got FOREVER. So it's bound to happen someday. Think about it, gray. This is philosophy, perhaps a little too hard for the average football fan, but you should try.
:howler:

when's dalai lama coming over for a tea?
 

gray

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Apr 22, 2003
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#29
Hey, I know how Euro 2004 changed football...


AFAIK it was the first time the substitutes bench had bucket seats! :thumb:
 

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