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    Arrow FIFA World cup arrives in Kolkata

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    The six kg weight World Cup trophy, made of solid gold, would be kept at the Yuba Bharati Krirangtan for display from January 15 to 17.

    FIFA, the supreme body for soccer in the world, as part of promoting the sport is taking the cup to 86 countries before World Cup to be held at South Africa in June this year.

    The cup would be formally unveiled by skipper of the 1990 World Cup-winning German Lothar Mathhaus tomorrow at a city hotel

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    Niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
    mai F ko F hee Bolta ho lolzzz

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    you welcome

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    I wish next time when FIFA world cup arrives in India, we are one of the participants and not mere spectators, but I know ki yeh toh possible hi nahin kyonki humne cricket ko hi dekhna hai.

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    Six kilos of gold is something you surely want to get a hold of; although without Beckham is it more elusive?

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    The question is, will the six kilos of gold STILL remain elusive with all the W.A.G.S everywhere, in some cases distracting the players who's sole aim is to kick a BAG OF WIND into the back of the net. and not forgetting the fact that they get paid millions of pounds for getting knocked out of and not qualifying for major tournaments to the much disappointment of the millions of fans around world.
    Never mind, we will still cheer them on through the rough times in search of that elusive six kilos of gold.
    And the Beckham question.. Naah it shouldn't make that much of a difference without him...

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    yea its niceeeeeeeeeeeeee

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3h2a6n View Post
    The question is, will the six kilos of gold STILL remain elusive with all the W.A.G.S everywhere, in some cases distracting the players who's sole aim is to kick a BAG OF WIND into the back of the net. and not forgetting the fact that they get paid millions of pounds for getting knocked out of and not qualifying for major tournaments to the much disappointment of the millions of fans around world.
    Never mind, we will still cheer them on through the rough times in search of that elusive six kilos of gold.
    And the Beckham question.. Naah it shouldn't make that much of a difference without him...
    yah please try running with the "BAG OF WIND" for 90 mins alone in a field
    forget abt 21 other players trying to get the BAG off of you, just run alone for 90 mins without breaking ur knee or pulling out the hamstring
    Don't be so humble - you are not that great.


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    woah lol.... firstly my friend 21 players are not trying to get the BAG OF WIND off you because 10 of them are on your side. secondly i was talking about England and how some of the players get distracted from football when their wife's and girlfriends are about (WAGS) for example when WAGs took over the picturesque town of Baden Baden in Germany when the world cup happened there totally distracting the players. thirdly they get paid millions of pounds a year some get up to 150,000 per week for that 90mins (mostly coming from the fans) so no one should ever question their commitment but they do. fourthly on an individual level they are world class players for their clubs but when it comes to england somehow they under perform. hence the argument being that yes football requires a lot of skill and hard work but they get paid millions. they should never get distracted even if their WAGS were stripping on the side of the pitch. and they should start performing for their country. ask any England fan and i am one of them and they will tell you England have nearly always under achieved apart from 1966. anyway since you brought my fitness into question, i thought you would like to know that i run sponsored marathons for charity. my last marathon being 26 miles long and guess what? i didn't brake my knee and another surprise for you, i didn't do my hamstring in either. shocking, i know...
    Last edited by k3h2a6n; 03-24-2010 at 10:35 AM.

 

 

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