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  1. RedDevilEddy
    March 21, 2012

    Well written Ian, but I still think Beckham will shade it. As long as football has been, he’s probably the biggest brand you’ll find, in a person at least.

    FUCKING COME ON CHELSEA!

  2. Stephen
    March 21, 2012

    Cantona is the biggest icon in recent United history.
    Best is the United’s greatest icon.
    Messi is the greatest player in the World. I did love Zidane.
    What is an icon, David Beckham? Media whores? God knows……
    Happy Birthday Eddy and Moscow!
    Come on Chelsea!
    Just got back from Vagas, I can’t think straight!

    • RedDevilEddy
      March 21, 2012

      @Stephen: Get some sleep mate! :lol: :lol:

    • Ian
      March 21, 2012

      @Stephen: You’ve turned very aggressive recently Stephen! :lol:

    • Moscow is my heaven
      March 21, 2012

      @Stephen: I hope you’re OK mate :lol:

  3. Owen
    March 21, 2012

    Only and Only Maradona…

    • Andrei
      March 21, 2012

      @Owen: I’m in Maradona’s camp too. Btw, say all you want about Chelsea performance this season but they definitely know how to play City or rather get under their skin.

  4. godzilla
    March 21, 2012

    Probably Beckham from a United perspective. And for the first time ever am cheering for roman’s mafia boys. Go chelsea. 78% domination. For city so far :/

  5. RedDevilEddy
    March 21, 2012

    Zidane is the best footballer ever, Messi may be there one day but nobody is even close to touching the Frenchman. Zizou is God!

    • Opti
      March 21, 2012

      @RedDevilEddy: Judging from success on field, Zidane may edge Messi purely because of Zidane’s success at International Stage (i.e. World Cup); however, Messi is shattering records left and right with this Barca outfit. Can he pull Argentina to glory… I cannot see a lucid argument for anyone but Messi.

    • Owen
      March 21, 2012

      @RedDevilEddy: What Zidane did ,Messi does too(exception – world cup) and 250 goals at age of 24 years.World had never and will never see a better player than this genius named Messi.

      • Opti
        March 21, 2012

        @Owen: how do you define “better”? Trophies (both have 3 ECL trophies)? World Cups (Zidane)? Universal excellence (Zidane succeeded in France, Italy, and Spain)?

        Based on quality is really hard to judge… Ronaldo, Zidane, and Messi will ALL go down as greats. There is no “better” and “best” in those echelons of super-quality.

      • RedDevilEddy
        March 21, 2012

        @Opti: My personal choice is Zidane. Ronaldo is super-human, a machine, Messi is unique in the way he just glides past opponents, but Zizou is just poetry in motion. Messi is a wonderful player, no doubt about that, but then again would he be as succesful without Xavi? Probably the best midfielder this world has ever seen, at least in the vision/supplier category. Don’t want to get into an argument about it, but it will take a lot of doing by anyone to ever knock Zizou off his perch.

      • Andrei
        March 22, 2012

        @RedDevilEddy: Eddy, you are probably too young to be able see Maradona in live action. Not just the highlights. He was the definition of one-man team. No football player in history be it Zidane, Platini, Ronaldo or Cruiff could even closely match the impact Maradona had on the teams he played for. His presence turned an average group of players into a true championship caliber team. Think about Napoli winning thier first ever Seria A and European Cup titles. Think about very mediocre Argentinian side winning World Cup and making the finals four years later. It is not just the goals he scored or his unsurpassed individual skills. It is how made everyone around to him to be a much better player.

      • RedDevilEddy
        March 22, 2012

        @Andrei: Never seen Diego. Of course I’ve seen some highlights, but that’s pretty much it. Although I doubt it would change my opinion, who you consider the best player ever is a personal choice. I’ve always liked Ronaldo(9), and strikers like him who can do everything, but it’s the Zizou, Bergkamp type of players who will be my personal choice. I think Bergkamp could have been amongst the best players in the world if he hadn’t stuck to Arsenal, they were a sad bunch even when they were brilliant! His goal against Argentina will never be forgotten… But Zizou shades it, he simply had it all. Really, he had everything you could ask from a footaller. Ultimate perfection in many ways, long live the bald one! :lol:

      • RedDevilEddy
        March 22, 2012

        @RedDevilEddy: Did I just say that I’d never seen Diego, yet I’ve still seen him? Wow, that’s what Skrillex in the morning does to you.

  6. Opti
    March 21, 2012

    Al City vs. Lokomotiv Chelsea :D

  7. RedDevilEddy
    March 21, 2012

    Happy birthday Moscow! March is the best time to grow old :-D

  8. godzilla
    March 21, 2012

    Fucking crap 2-1

  9. RedDevilEddy
    March 21, 2012

    Oh well, guess we’ll just have to win the League at their place…

  10. RedDevilEddy
    March 21, 2012

    You say a joke that get repeated all the time loses it’s value, but I’m still getting pissed at Liverpool! :lol: :lol:

  11. gator
    March 21, 2012

    fek essien leaves his hands down and the league is done. guess we will have to beat them at their house to show them money cant buy class 8)

  12. Moscow is my heaven
    March 21, 2012

    Nice one Chelsea :roll: Cheers Eddy :)

    Despite the goals he is scoring for Real, Ronaldo had his best years at Old Trafford. He was one of those rare players who made me jump out of my seat. He’s an unbelievable physical specimen, the football equivalent of Nadal, and athletically there is none better. He lost me in the summer of 2008 though. That was painful.

  13. Moscow is my heaven
    March 21, 2012

    Messi can also suck my dick until he proves himself without Xaviesta and his Barca bumboys :mrgreen:

    “My toughest opponent? Scholes of Manchester. He is the complete midfielder.” – Zinedine Zidane

  14. Jeet
    March 22, 2012

    No doubt Ronaldo is the most iconic amongst the current crop. Wasn’t born to see Georgie Best live (neither The Stones, The Doors and Grateful Dead amongst others, much to my eternal regret) and didn’t follow international football so closely during Maradona’s heydey. Also, isn’t our own Giggsy supposed to have been a wildboy with all the supermodels going down on him when he was a kid?

    The debate on who’s a better player (Messi, Zizou, Maradona, CR7) is unending. I also think the original (now fat) Ronaldo is definitely one of the best players the world has ever seen. The man was a beast, in every sense of the term. But no doubt about the fact that CR7 is the most “iconic”.

    One question though – who do you think is the better player? CR7 or Giggsy in his prime? CR7 has more in his locker, but even without the longevity question (which does come into play when you do the final calculations) I thought Giggsy brought more to the team. What do you guys think?

  15. Robbie
    March 22, 2012

    Messi rarely even needs help these days…he does everything himself, I’ve never seen a player be so productive in terms of his assists and goals, on footballing ability he’s better than everyone else

    • AndyCR7
      March 22, 2012

      @Robbie: The defense in la liga is seriously weak. I mean even the top 2 teams hardly ever manage to keep clean sheet.

      And what about the keepers, they should know that 90% of the time messi is gonna chip the ball. Not undermining messi’s ability but still even the keepers are shite.

    • RedDevilEddy
      March 22, 2012

      @Robbie: Barca tend to pass the ball into the net every game, and I don’t buy into the “he does everything himself” nonesense. 23 of his goals this season have been on first, or second touch, doesn’t strike me as someone who does it all by himself. Barca’s tactics, along with having the wonderful Xavi and Iniesta, get the best out of him.

  16. Ian
    March 22, 2012

    You’re all obsessed with Barcelona, you need to have a word with yourselves :twisted:

    • Stephen
      March 22, 2012

      @Ian: Mate you are being very aggressive bro, ps I have been saying this for ages! :lol: :wink:

  17. Robbie
    March 22, 2012

    @AndyCR7, I’d have argued that la liga defences were bad before we got outplayed by Bilbao. Just because there’s not as many “hardmen” like there is in england doesn’t mean their defenses are shit, La liga is just a little more technical and tactical. @RedDevilEddy I also bought into the myth that Messi needs xavi and iniesta, but in truth these days its all him, he was involved in all of barcas 5 goals this weekend.Xavi and Iniesta don’t start every game that he does. Its he that’s the difference in the games between Real and barca.

  18. Stephen
    March 22, 2012

    Messi is a fantastic player, a real credit to the game, end of.

    • Moscow is my heaven
      March 22, 2012

      @Stephen: You’ve become very aggressive lately :-P

      • Stephen
        March 22, 2012
      • Ian
        March 22, 2012

        @Stephen @Moscow is my heaven

        B*******a is now barred……! Comments containing that word will be sent for moderation! #notlying

  19. Opti
    March 22, 2012

    testing bitcha$$ bithcass

    • Opti
      March 22, 2012

      @Opti: haha!!! I am untraceable!!! BITCHASSES!

      • RedDevilEddy
        March 22, 2012

        @Opti: WOW YOU SO COOL! WHAT YOU DO THERE BE IMPOSSIBRU!

  20. RedDevilEddy
    March 22, 2012

    I LOVE ANTONIO VALENCIA!!!

    He’s fucked more full-backs than a Pikachu on roids!

  21. RedDevilEddy
    March 22, 2012

    Zizou is God.

  22. RedDevilEddy
    March 23, 2012

    Any chance of Giuseppe Rossi returning this summer with Berba leaving?? I definately wouldn’t mind!

    • AndyCR7
      March 23, 2012

      @RedDevilEddy: another midget?

      • RedDevilEddy
        March 23, 2012

        @AndyCR7: Does it really matter anymore? Chicho has got as many headed goals as Welbz’ done this season, with Wazza scoring more headers than Crouch, Drogba and Demba Ba as well. He’s hardly a big lad is he?

      • Stephen
        March 23, 2012

        @RedDevilEddy: Nah, we don’t need him. Andy was spot on, we don’t need another dwarf. With Berba leaving we will need more height in attack, the Prem is a big mans league.

      • Ian
        March 23, 2012

        No one’s tried to mention ‘you know what’ since last night yet! I was expecting to log on to find a load of extra comments up for moderation but there’s none due to the words that are now banned! :)

      • thatboywazza
        March 23, 2012

        @Ian: whispers Voldermort :D the great axis of Ev0l

      • AndyCR7
        March 23, 2012

        @RedDevilEddy: It’s not about scoring headers only. It’s about the physical presence which Drogba has but crouch does not. Chicha go down on slightest of touches. We don’t need another midget.

  23. RedDevilEddy
    March 23, 2012

    Sir Alex just used a chainsaw to remove every potential genital from Mancini’s body…. That was fucking brutal, keep em coming!

    • Stephen
      March 23, 2012

      @RedDevilEddy: That was vintage Fergie, keep them coming SAFFY!!! :lol: :lol:

      • thatboywazza
        March 23, 2012

        @Stephen: its Fergie Time,You know he is in it to win it.

  24. thatboywazza
    March 23, 2012

    I rather we buy two attacking mid fielders than another striker.We have some very talented strikers,with different qualities.Rather give macheda or one of the reserve lads a chance.

    • Ian
      March 23, 2012

      Will Keane’s possible?

  25. Moscow is my heaven
    March 23, 2012

    Any updates on Bebe?

    • Owen
      March 23, 2012

      @Moscow is my heaven: He will be better than Nani and worse than Ronaldo… :lol:

  26. Opti
    March 23, 2012

    Fergie came out and stated that he is looking to speed up our playing style and therefore get rid of Berba (and likely Macheda too). That makes Rossi a possibility, but I think a younger striker will be bought instead… or a skillful AM or winger.

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