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  1. True. Thats the first things that comes to mind when his name is mentioned. Materazzi provoked him really bad though. Heres Zlatan knocking out Materazzi.
  2. Imagine if the cashier was a ladyman!
  3. Yes you do, and I think its great an American has an interest in european football. He sure did. I think that was more his wish rather than the managers wanted him gone , as usually is the case when a player goes from club to club. Yes, he's nuts. Fame and fortune got to him at an early stage , and if you watch the excellent documentary you get to see how the Mafia played a big part during his time in Napoli. They basically bought the title. He wasn't the guy to deny all the good stuff the mob offered him. Or maybe it was an offer he couldn't refuse. A crazy man, but a brilliant footballer. Like you say Hand of God will no one forget. It might be the most spectacular moment ever in football.
  4. Fair enough, ciobha. Its all very subjective and emotional. I remember watching World Cup 1986 in Mexico on television. I was 20. I saw the greatest player ever, imo. Do the englanders agree with this? I think not. I will never ever forget his magic. This movie is highly recommended, fan or not:
  5. Thanks, cobber. He will get offers, but those will be China, Saudi and maybe Serie A. I like him more as an artist nowadays. I agree with you. He's an a**, but a big part of his persona is a show, but yes a HUGE ego and not the most likeable person. Bit like Ronaldo, but a better player.
  6. Zlatan Ibrahimovic has thanked LA Galaxy for making him feel “alive again” before instructing the club’s fans to “go back to watch baseball” now he has played his last MLS game for them. The Swedish striker will end a two-year spell at the club when his contract expires in December. Ibrahimovic scored 52 goals in 56 games for Galaxy after leaving Manchester United in March 2018, but his final match ended in defeat with Galaxy losing to Los Angeles FC in the MLS Cup play-offs conference semi-finals. In a post on Twitter, Ibrahimovic wrote: “I came, I saw, I conquered. Thank you LA Galaxy for making me feel alive again. To the Galaxy fans – you wanted Zlatan, I gave you Zlatan. You are welcome. The story continues … now go back to watch baseball.” Ibrahimovic, who has played for some of the biggest clubs in world football including Ajax, Juventus, Internazionale, Barcelona, Milan, Manchester United and Paris St Germain gave no indication over his future plans. Ole! Call him ffs, hes a free agent now. You have nothing to lose. It cant get any worse than it is now. "So, who knows? He knows my number. He never rented my house but he was looking at it, and we can speak our native language. If he’s serious I’ll always speak to Zlatan. https://sempremilan.com/tmw-man-utd-in-talks-with-ibrahimovic-over-free-transfer-battle-with-ac-milan-on
  7. Pipe down , sugar tits. -Report from Stokes.
  8. Nice pics, BB. Thanks! Which ladyman is it THE FORUM professionals are blowing smoke up the ass of?
  9. Great pics, Dave. Thanks for posting!
  10. Yup. Thats how movement starts. Wont happen over night, but for future generations.
  11. Leonardo DiCaprio calls Greta Thunberg ‘a leader of our time’ in new Instagram post https://www.yahoo.com/lifestyle/leonardo-di-caprio-photo-with-greta-thunberg-224151481.html
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