Old-school Football (Anything pre-2000's) (1 Viewer)

CrimsonianKing

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Jan 16, 2013
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Got tired of hijacking other threads to talk about the Golden Era of this beautiful sport. Now we can do it here.


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AOD4

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Nov 24, 2004
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#6
The moment you say Valeron it reminds me of Deportivo's comeback against Milan. Would you put him as a number 10 ?
 

Zacheryah

Society's Reckoning
Aug 29, 2010
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Juan Carlos Valeron

Opinions on this criminally underrated player?
I dont think i've ever seen such underrated player

ßöмßäяðîëя;4538375 said:
1999

Bayern v Manchester

One of the hardest things I've ever had to watch in my life. I'd rather see dogs being put to sleep.
the odd thing was, its usually the other way around with ze germans. very strange
 

Vlad

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May 23, 2011
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ßöмßäяðîëя;4538375 said:
1999

Bayern v Manchester

One of the hardest things I've ever had to watch in my life. I'd rather see dogs being put to sleep.
Yeah, Manure had a lot of luck that year. Don't forget how they eliminated Juve. The crucial thing happened in our first game in Turin when those lucky mugs scored 93rd minute equalizer. Juve-Bayern would be hell of a final that year.
 

89man

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Sep 4, 2013
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Yeah, Manure had a lot of luck that year. Don't forget how they eliminated Juve. The crucial thing happened in our first game in Turin when those lucky mugs scored 93rd minute equalizer. Juve-Bayern would be hell of a final that year.
Roy Keane is the reason Juve were knocked out.
He was unreal that night, even though he knew he'd miss the final.
 

ßöмßäяðîëя

The Krazyman
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Apr 12, 2004
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How good was Roberto Mancini as a player?
Good enough to play professionally.
Yeah, Manure had a lot of luck that year. Don't forget how they eliminated Juve. The crucial thing happened in our first game in Turin when those lucky mugs scored 93rd minute equalizer. Juve-Bayern would be hell of a final that year.
Word, that team was so silly, Bayern's I mean. I miss Scholl. :cry:
Roy Keane is the reason Juve were knocked out.
He was unreal that night, even though he knew he'd miss the final.
Roy Keane was the reason a lot of people were knocked out, he was a boxer before he was a footballer.
 

The Curr

Ain't born to lose, baby
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Feb 3, 2007
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#16
Roy Keane is the reason Juve were knocked out.
He was unreal that night, even though he knew he'd miss the final.
Pessotto should never have been marking Keane for the corner. Keane mightn't be tall, but he was much better in the air than Pessotto.

Street Lippi. :(
 

Vlad

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ßöмßäяðîëя;4538788 said:
Good enough to play professionally.

Word, that team was so silly, Bayern's I mean. I miss Scholl. :cry:

Roy Keane was the reason a lot of people were knocked out, he was a boxer before he was a footballer.
Scholl's free kicks were amazing, I remember he managed to score on one occasion while starting to slip just before the shot. Later on, after 2000 he was injured far too often, but in his prime, in Bayern and IIRC he was in Stuttgart before, he was world class player, no doubt.

Edit: Karlsruher*
 

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