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Football misquotes?

Post by Helmi » Sun Nov 16, 2003 9:29 pm

Did they really say that!

"Barcelona... a club with a stadium that seats 120,000 people. And they're all here in Newcastle tonight!"

"Ronaldo is always very close to being either onside or offside."

"We were a little bit outnumbered there, it was two against two."

"Julian Dicks is everywhere, it's like they've got eleven Dicks on the field."

"If England are going to win this match, they're going to have to score a goal."

"You weigh up the pros and cons and try to put them into chronological order."

"Robert Lee was able to do some running on his groin for the first time."

"I never comment on referees and I'm not going to break the habit of a lifetime for that prat."

"I'm not a believer in luck but I do believe you need it."

"What will you do when you leave football, Jack... will you stay in football?"

"Unfortunately, we keep kicking ourselves in the foot."

"Celtic were at one time nine points ahead, but somewhere along the road, their ship went off the rails."

"I've got a gut feeling in my stomach..."

"The new West Stand casts a giant shadow over the entire pitch, even on a sunny day"

"I would not say he [David Ginola] is the best left-winger in the Premiership, but there are none better."

"Johnson has revelled in the 'hole' behind Dwight Yorke..."

"An inch or two either side of the post and that would have been a goal."

"Both sides have scored a couple of goals, and both sides have conceded a couple of goals."

"You don't score 64 goals in 86 games at the highest level without being able to score goals."

"What's it like being in Bethlehem, the place where Christmas began? I suppose it's like seeing Ian
Wright at Arsenal..."

"And we all know that in football if you stand still you go backwards..."

"I was saying the other day, how often the most vulnerable area for goalies is between their
legs ...

"The lad got over-excited when he saw the whites of the goal post's eyes."

"If you can't stand the heat in the dressing-room, get out of the kitchen."

"The lads really ran their socks into the ground."

"He [Brian liaudrup] wasn't just facing one defender - he was facing one at the front and one at the back as well."

"It's now 1-1, an exact reversal of the score on Saturday."

"...but Arsenal are quick to credit Bergkamp with laying on 75% of their nine goals."

"an excellent player, but he [Ian Wright] does have a black side."

"We say 'educated left foot', of course, there are many players with educated right foots."

"That's twice now he [Terry Phelan] has got between himself and the goal."

"Mark Hughes at his very best: he loves to feel people right behind him...

"Gary always weighed up his options, especially when he had no choice."

"We threw our dice into the ring and turned up trumps."

"And I suppose they [Spurs] are nearer to being out of the FA Cup now than any other time since the first half of this season, when they weren't ever in it anyway."

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Post by Ace » Sun Nov 16, 2003 9:33 pm

Are they all Terry Venables? :wink:


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Post by Helmi » Sun Nov 16, 2003 9:36 pm

Hee hee...Im saying nowt :lol:
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Post by Samppa » Mon Nov 17, 2003 10:05 pm

Errr... I've always wanted to ask something... No offences, ok?

Why people like watching football, hockey, basketball, baseball and other team sports? What's so fun in 22 adults running around kicking a ball and tens of thousands of people watching it, shouting and acting..err..hmm..like they are Tarzans? :)
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Post by simon » Tue Nov 18, 2003 9:53 am

Sampa

Are you serious :shock:

a few adjectives

excitment, tension, pain, joy, depression, happiness, sadness, frustration, loyalty, annoyance....I could go on but I have work to do.

What gives you these and many more feelings in 90 mins???

Do you enjoy any sports?


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Post by Guest » Tue Nov 18, 2003 10:11 am

Samppa wrote:Errr... I've always wanted to ask something... No offences, ok?

Why people like watching football, hockey, basketball, baseball and other team sports? What's so fun in 22 adults running around kicking a ball and tens of thousands of people watching it, shouting and acting..err..hmm..like they are Tarzans? :)



Samppa, you're my man! Wanna go out for a game of snooker some time when you're in the country? :lol:


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Post by Helmi » Tue Nov 18, 2003 10:50 am

simon wrote:Sampa

Are you serious :shock:

a few adjectives

excitment, tension, pain, joy, depression, happiness, sadness, frustration, loyalty, annoyance....I could go on but I have work to do.

What gives you these and many more feelings in 90 mins???

Do you enjoy any sports?



Ummmm...making love? Mud wrestling?

Need I say more? :lol: 8)
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Post by Samppa » Tue Nov 18, 2003 11:24 am

simon wrote:Sampa

Are you serious :shock:

a few adjectives

excitment, tension, pain, joy, depression, happiness, sadness, frustration, loyalty, annoyance....I could go on but I have work to do.

What gives you these and many more feelings in 90 mins???


Read Helmi's message a bit above. She certainly has a point! :)
Why am I asking this such questions? I know some people who spend their days watching only Eurosport occupying the TV!!! :evil: I wanted to understand what drives them so crazy.

Do you enjoy any sports?


Uhh.. I like watching paul-vaulting cause it's beautiful. High jump as well. Also ski-jumping is interesting.
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Post by Samppa » Tue Nov 18, 2003 11:26 am

Arno wrote:
Samppa wrote:Errr... I've always wanted to ask something... No offences, ok?

Why people like watching football, hockey, basketball, baseball and other team sports? What's so fun in 22 adults running around kicking a ball and tens of thousands of people watching it, shouting and acting..err..hmm..like they are Tarzans? :)



Samppa, you're my man! Wanna go out for a game of snooker some time when you're in the country? :lol:


Why not? But I have no idea how to play snooker, saw it on TV once :) What about drinking a couple of beers? :)
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