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barcahooligan
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erick wrote:my future club is america. i rather play in mexico then in gay spain,england,or germany.
How strange that gay Spain, England and Germany just happen to house the best clubs in the world. :wink:
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barcahooligan wrote:
erick wrote:my future club is america. i rather play in mexico then in gay spain,england,or germany.
How strange that gay Spain, England and Germany just happen to house the best clubs in the world. :wink:
Cuz they eat all off of everyone else's plate. Their like hey South America you got players, can we have em. Eh my Dutch friends, you guys got a lot of talent, you wanna play for the 1337 haxorz leagues. How can u resist the millions they got to offer. And the BPL basically owns Africa(sad to say it). I would love to see how good the Spanish, English, and German leagues would be without all of their foreign talent.

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The Dutch League has very little non-dutch players. It is a great league :D

Please let's keep it on topic.

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iwannagopro wrote:The Dutch League has very little non-dutch players. It is a great league :D

Please let's keep it on topic.
Yeah but the best dutch players are from Suriname which is a former dutch colonie.

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ZZizou wrote:
iwannagopro wrote:The Dutch League has very little non-dutch players. It is a great league :D

Please let's keep it on topic.
Yeah but the best dutch players are from Suriname which is a former dutch colonie.
I've already gone over this. If you're descended from Suriname, you are Dutch.

It doesn't make a difference, most of the Surinamese(?) players were born inthe Netherlands or moved there when they were young.

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iwannagopro wrote:The Dutch League has very little non-dutch players. It is a great league :D

Please let's keep it on topic.
Hehe, same situation in Finnish league. 16-20 year old Finns and rest are from Africa. There is more Zambians than Finnish people in my home club. :)
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iwannagopro wrote:
ZZizou wrote:
iwannagopro wrote:The Dutch League has very little non-dutch players. It is a great league :D

Please let's keep it on topic.
Yeah but the best dutch players are from Suriname which is a former dutch colonie.
I've already gone over this. If you're descended from Suriname, you are Dutch.

It doesn't make a difference, most of the Surinamese(?) players were born inthe Netherlands or moved there when they were young.
Suriname is an apart country.So if the Surinamese players decided to play for their country Holland wouldn't be a great football country anymore.

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ya it would, rite now, they have davids from suriname, and the rest are dutch

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Seriously iwannagopro professional football is so so so hard to break into, you can go and try out for eredivisie clubs but dont be too suprised if you dont make the cut and go down to the second division and you can work your way up.
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He already stated that he's not looking for people to tell him that, because he knows. All he is looking for are club recommendations.

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Soccer4Life wrote:He already stated that he's not looking for people to tell him that, because he knows. All he is looking for are club recommendations.
Thanks soccer4life. Nice to see you back :D

MSILancer7
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Is Suriname kinda like catalonia?

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MSILancer7 wrote:Is Suriname kinda like catalonia?
What do you mean? They have nothing to do with each other at all. Suriname is an ex-Dutch colony, and Catalonia is a region of Spain.

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iwannagopro wrote:
MSILancer7 wrote:Is Suriname kinda like catalonia?
What do you mean? They have nothing to do with each other at all. Suriname is an ex-Dutch colony, and Catalonia is a region of Spain.
In other words,

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I mean like the fact that it is its own country but al of there players play for the bigger country that they r a part of

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