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(Some Guy)   Real Madrid should get rid of Beckham before his head can no longer contain ego and explodes   (sportingo.com) divider line 7
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445 clicks; posted to Sports » on 28 Dec 2006 at 11:18 AM (7 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2006-12-28 09:41:26 AM  
Horrid Headline...
 
2006-12-28 12:03:02 PM  
My head contains ego but no explodes and I plan to keep it that way thank you very much
 
2006-12-28 12:14:25 PM  
yeah, agreed. Submitter must be a total mong to come up with a headline like that. Why don't you just keep your thoughts confined to the threads and leave the headline making to the big boys.
 
2006-12-28 12:41:29 PM  
What soccer observer looks at Real Madrid and concludes that Beckham is the problem?

Don't get me wrong - he is d-u-n done. He is vastly overrated, overpaid and overhyped.

However, their problem stems from the fact that they don't have a single defender that can close anyone down for shiat.

Why is it that good defenders go to Real Madrid and become teh suck? Yes...I'm looking at you Cannivaro!
 
2006-12-28 01:40:21 PM  
Is there a Fake Madrid?
 
2006-12-28 04:37:16 PM  
Submitter is beyond stupid.

.. and priestrape, David Beckham is still a great player. He was responsible for most of the goals scored by the overloaded (talentwise) English team at this year's World Cup, despite being sick with the flu the entire time.

Sorry, he still has some game left in him, and I'd be overwhelmed with joy if he returned to Manchester United (which I know will -never- happen).
 
2006-12-30 11:40:46 PM  
this is stupid!
i'll take beckham anyday
/hearts fan!
 
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