who is the biggest young talent in world football today?

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Post by KPatel » 19 Sep 2006, 01:19

C. Ronaldo makes big scenes, cries like a baby, and trips over himself and blames it one others. He should go back to pre-school.
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HAHAH. DIE!

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Post by gnarlyjim » 19 Sep 2006, 02:57

Under what circumstance is he crying?? He is a good footballer, but possibly a little bit of a baby... :P
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no

Post by scene » 19 Sep 2006, 03:45

hey c.ronaldo has improved alot in the sense of skill and pass, and i kno i would cry if i lost an important match.

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Post by KPatel » 19 Sep 2006, 04:20

There is no question about his skill. It is a matter of cheating. He is a silly little twonk.

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Post by Matteo » 19 Sep 2006, 06:23

I believe Francesc Fabregas or Theo Walcott are great young players in the world game and are gaining in skill each time they learn from there problems and improve.

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Post by *~El Maestro~* » 19 Sep 2006, 16:05

People criticize C.Ronaldo for crying but alot of players have done it before. We see it happen all the time so why focus on C.Ronaldo? What about Kuffor when he lost to Man Utd. Or What about Thuram when he lost in the finals? He's in his 30s and still crying. You can understand why they cry because they put everything they've got in football. They eat sleep and play football. Its understandable. Especially when you lose in finals or in semi finals. It hurts. Imagine losing the thing you care the most about in your life?
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Post by steve-0 » 19 Sep 2006, 20:03

yea. i cry sometimes when my team loses an important match. sometimes. at least we know he cares that his team lost. and not cryin because he had a bad game or sumthing.
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Post by spectacles boy » 20 Sep 2006, 14:23

Nathan Porritt is the best player in the world........................who the hell is he anyway ???? SO young (15) and so greedy about joining Chelsea !!! He thinks he is really damn good !!!!!!! WHile I think I am better than him because I am going to join the Newcastle Academy soon in UK. Next time if we meet in matches, I will give him some ASS WHOPPING ......WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

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Post by Da Devil » 21 Sep 2006, 21:15

Chris Eagles nuff said :P

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Post by Matteo » 22 Sep 2006, 07:55

*Being sacastic, but could be right lol* !!!I'm the best young player in the world!!! *Being sacastic, but could be right lol*

*Being sacastic, but could be right lol* !!!I'm the best young player in the world!!! *Being sacastic, but could be right lol*

*Being sacastic, but could be right lol* !!!I'm the best young player in the world!!! *Being sacastic, but could be right lol*

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Post by kamil k » 22 Sep 2006, 09:23

Theo Walcott.

However rooney an messi are also impresive and probely a bit beter at the moment but walcott is 2 years younger than messi and 4 years younger then rooney and is playing great at the moment. c ronaldo and robinho will also be future stars however i just dont see them as good as messi, walcott and rooney.

Walcott is only 16 and he is great i saw him play not long ago and wait until hes at least 20 were he'll still be a young player. he is sort of like rooney wen rooney was 16.

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Post by steve-0 » 23 Sep 2006, 03:02

another thing about ronaldo is that he's consistent in his play. He always has a good game. not a great game but good. rooney is different sometimes he has awesome games and plays really really well, same with messi. but their not always consistent.
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Post by MBanić » 23 Sep 2006, 06:45

steve-0 wrote:another thing about ronaldo is that he's consistent in his play. He always has a good game. not a great game but good. rooney is different sometimes he has awesome games and plays really really well, same with messi. but their not always consistent.
Oh really? Did you see him against Arsenal?

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Post by owensglory » 23 Sep 2006, 15:50

first half is still ok.made some good running.but wasting a chance by hitting the ball on lehmann's face was terrible.the second half?totally amateur standard
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Post by steve-0 » 23 Sep 2006, 22:47

MBanić wrote:
steve-0 wrote:another thing about ronaldo is that he's consistent in his play. He always has a good game. not a great game but good. rooney is different sometimes he has awesome games and plays really really well, same with messi. but their not always consistent.
Oh really? Did you see him against Arsenal?
who Rooney? i thot he had sorta a bad game that game.
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