what is your nationality?

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CR17Ronaldo
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what is your nationality?

Post by CR17Ronaldo » 13 Jun 2005, 22:38

I was born here in Canada but my parents in Portugal so that makes me portuguese

By the way its so sad Portugal lost to Greece really unexpected ):
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Maradona Jr.
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Post by Maradona Jr. » 14 Jun 2005, 01:00

Im from Argentina, my whole family was born in Argentina. theres no relative of mine not in Argentina but im currently living in Ontario, Canada.

goldboots7
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Post by goldboots7 » 14 Jun 2005, 01:10

I was born in oporto portugal my mom and dad are from sao miguel im 100% portuguese.
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Re: what is your nationality?

Post by fir_nev » 14 Jun 2005, 01:20

CR17Ronaldo wrote:I was born here in Canada but my parents in Portugal so that makes me portuguese

By the way its so sad Portugal lost to Greece really unexpected ):
That's cool man!! U can choose to play for Portugal or Canada should U be professional and get call-up.
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CR17Ronaldo
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Post by CR17Ronaldo » 14 Jun 2005, 18:35

Oh me too my parents were from sao miguel Acores!!thats cool

and fir_nev I dont think I could play for Portugal you have to play for your own country even though its so hard to get in that team...
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jdefoe
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Post by jdefoe » 14 Jun 2005, 18:55

I'm 100% Canadian. too bad Canada isnt still a colony of britain, they'd surely call me up!

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Post by Ronaldinho10 » 14 Jun 2005, 19:14

Im 100% Scottish :D :D :D
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Post by Sweeper5 » 17 Jun 2005, 22:46

I'm Puerto Rican and Cuban

Croatianblood1
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Post by Croatianblood1 » 17 Jun 2005, 22:52

I was born in the US but am all 100% Croatian heritage!!! :D
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Post by mpcarres14 » 17 Jun 2005, 22:57

I was born and still live in the United States, but I'm greek
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Ronaldinho_Alegria
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Post by Ronaldinho_Alegria » 18 Jun 2005, 04:46

I was born in Durban, South Africa. Moved to New Zealand (Great place for football...not!) when I was 9, then moved to Australia when I was 14. Thats were I am now. I have citizenship for South Africa and New Zealand. Im getting Australian Citizenship soon. Don't think I want to play for New Zealand tough......
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jcdenton
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Post by jcdenton » 18 Jun 2005, 17:53

well..... i am 100% serb, but i have:
25% bosnian blood (bosnian serbs) - from 1 grandma mum's mum
25% central serbian (belgrade) - from 1 grandfather dad's dad
25% southern serbian (20km from kosovo) - from 1 grandfather mum's dad
25% northern serbian (near croatia and hungary) - from 1 grandmother dad's mum

and i have serbian nationality, although my grandma says i can always take bosnian nationality, i have many cousins there....

interesting fact about me is that when i was 5 i was very near leaving serbia, because of wars and bad economic situation....
my parents have had all the papers needed to move to canada, but the day when they went to buy a plane ticket they decided to stay and to wait for the day when serbia will be normal country....
i could be rich there, my both parents are machine engineers, and that is well payed job if you're expert like my parents....
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Post by frizzyan » 18 Jun 2005, 18:09

interesting fact about me is that when i was 5 i was very near leaving serbia, because of wars and bad economic situation....
my parents have had all the papers needed to move to canada, but the day when they went to buy a plane ticket they decided to stay and to wait for the day when serbia will be normal country....
i could be rich there, my both parents are machine engineers, and that is well payed job if you're expert like my parents....
Wow that is extremely interesting life. Well hope you get to Canada(if you want to) and yeah. But isn't Serbia improving a lot economically due to the help of EU?

I'm American but haven't lived there for that long and my ethnicity is Chinese.

I've grown up in American communities so I do like to call myself American, but I've basically lived everywhere. Scotland, Singapore, US, china and the list can go on and on but yeah.

So to be honest I could be called a citizen of the world but I feel American due to the type of environment that I'm in. But then again I'm also heavily exposed to Europeans which led me to football.

I speak English, a few chinese dialects- Beijing, Cantonese, Tianjinese, a few northern dialects which I don't know the english names and also Mandarin fluently. I'm learning French now and I'm learning Japanese from my friend in Hiroshima and yeah. I'm going to go to California for college but I want to move to Europe (not UK) after college.

Mike
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Post by Mike » 18 Jun 2005, 18:40

I live in Canada, but was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Going to visit family this summer! :D

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Post by Maradona » 19 Jun 2005, 23:18

Born in Paris although my dad is from Bangladesh and my mom is Canadian. Btw I live in Montreal, Canada.
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