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Sep. 5th, 2006 @ 07:01 am Materazzi breaks Zidane silence
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From:galerandyaddict
Date:September 10th, 2006 10:20 am (UTC)
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again ignoring what i said, being the kind person you are, let me quote myself:

"being a zidane fan i think you don't have to give me a lecture on "what he's capable of"."

WHEN I SAY THERE WAS MORE SAID I MEAN MATERAZZI STUCK ON ZIDANE AND DIDN'T LET HIM GO WITH JUST A YO MAMMA JOKE (damn i hate this expression)

you are admitting that your italian AND YOU CALL ME BIASED? bwhahaha...

i admit that i defend zidane because he was always my role model, i may be biased but i hate taunting and again quote: "You hear those things once and you try to walk away, that's what I wanted to do because I am retiring. You hear it a second time and then a third time..."

this is what i believe and this is what disgusts me, no matter how heabutting is much more big of a deal.

btw ac milan rules
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From:guybrush_lustri
Date:September 10th, 2006 10:27 am (UTC)
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Juventus rules, or at least did until their corruption was exposed (which, to be honest, is a far bigger breach of football ethics than anything Zidane or Materazzi did. Unfortunately, I must say that AC Milan, Fiorentina and Lazio, while not being as culpable as Juve, got away really easily. Particularly Milan, who had Silvio Berlusconi make all kinds of threats if they'd gotten relegated. Dodgy Italian football clubs. :(

As for Zidane, if it's only the taunting you're worried about, you can be sure he gave as good as he got. Zidane has shown throughout his career that he's quite adept at taunting the opposition at every opportunity. You can be sure that he had some choice things to say to his opponents from the first whistle.

Zidane just snapped first. It was always going to happen - he's got a short fuse. That's his problem and he should have dealt with it, rather than have his own short fuse exposed on the greatest stage of all, and costing his team.

Zidane reacting violently is his own fault. He knew there would be taunting - he's both given and recieved it for his whole career. He should have been able to control his actions, but he's shown in the past that he reacts violently when the pressure is on. He should have been more prepared, but he just let the pressure get to him. Everyone is responsible for their own actions, and Zidane alone is responsible for his.
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From:galerandyaddict
Date:September 10th, 2006 10:32 am (UTC)
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(juve clearly didn't rule just looked LIKE it ruled :D)

"being a zidane fan i think you don't have to give me a lecture on "what he's capable of"."

ehem ehem :D:D:D

look okay i'm biased when it comes to zidane, i'm NOT biased when it comes to the french team! i realize he was taunting too, but this won't change my opinion. end of story.
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From:guybrush_lustri
Date:September 10th, 2006 10:33 am (UTC)
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Fair enough. End of story then :)
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From:galerandyaddict
Date:September 10th, 2006 10:35 am (UTC)
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i have to say with a great sigh of relief "finally" :)
btw congratulations to your world cup! (honestly. :D no matter how hard it is to believe, i do enjoy a good "discussion" to some point :D )