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  1. TurkishDelight
    July 19th, 2013 05:43 PM
    TurkishDelight
    It died unfortunately, I can't get consistent internet right now!
  2. {Swan}
    July 10th, 2013 01:54 PM
    {Swan}
    Hello there my football loving friend. Would you please let me know if a spot opens up in your roleplay?
  3. TurkishDelight
    July 6th, 2012 05:10 PM
    TurkishDelight
    Hey, would it be possible for me to loan Corphish to Professor Cypress's assistant at the end of the optional event? I'm interested in catching a Carvannah but I don't want to have more than one water type at once.
  4. TurkishDelight
    June 23rd, 2012 05:49 AM
    TurkishDelight
    Aha, don't worry about it! No harm done :D
  5. TurkishDelight
    June 22nd, 2012 04:45 PM
    TurkishDelight
    Sorry if I'm annoying you, but would it be possible for you to let me know whether or not I've captured Corphish? It's just that I can't continue until I find out
  6. TurkishDelight
    June 20th, 2012 04:36 PM
    TurkishDelight
    Yeah I thought they did, otherwise I would have heard more about them. Yeah I hate when people like that ruin football. It's very much like that in Turkey when my favoured Fenerbahce take on Galatasaray... Who would you say is the best player in the Dutch league?

    They used to be really big back in the early noughties but they got relegated for matchfixing in 2005 or 2006. They're very big again now. Yeah it'd be good to know a few of the teams participating.
  7. {Swan}
    June 20th, 2012 09:47 AM
    {Swan}
    Well, to their non-credit they really sucked last season, it was bad. But before that they were playing quite well, let's hope (or not, depending on how it influences Feyenoord haha) they get their act together for next season. It is a damn shame that some people can't handle loss. We're not usually violent, the only cases I've heard of were Feye/Ajax a few years back, so they called in this stadium ban.

    Juventus hm? I hadn't heard of it, but I like the name. In any case, I'll definitely be watching the Championsleague so it's nice to familiarize with some of the teams.
  8. TurkishDelight
    June 20th, 2012 07:35 AM
    TurkishDelight
    I haven't heard anything about PSV for a while so I didn't know if they were big or not. Yeah, I'm a big fan of Luuk De Jong, the FC Twente striker. Really? I never knew that Dutch football was violent. It's a shame when footballer fans resort to violence..

    Juventus went unbeaten all season in the league in the Serie A and Napoli are becoming quite well known, they play great counter attacking football.
  9. {Swan}
    June 20th, 2012 07:00 AM
    {Swan}
    Yes PSV are quite big, PSV, Ajax and Feyenoord are considered the "big three" over here, although AZ and FC Twente are quite good as well. But yes, Ajax and Feyenoord don;t mesh, the matches can be quite violent too sometimes which is a damn shame. Supporters of the opposite aren't allowed in the city anymore during a match now.

    See, I'm learning haha. I only really knew the biggest clibcs, Man U, Chelsea, Arsenal, Barca, Milano, Roma, Madrid, I think that's about all I know really.
  10. TurkishDelight
    June 20th, 2012 06:55 AM
    TurkishDelight
    London has Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottemham so they have three, if you can count Spurs (They beat both Milan teams in the CL 2 seasons ago). The Eredvise is a good league, there's no doubt about that. Really? I never knew they were rivals. Are PSV as big as they were a few years ago?

    Yeah I enjoy them if the team I don't support aren't taking oart.
  11. {Swan}
    June 20th, 2012 03:15 AM
    {Swan}
    I only know the largest ones and I never thought of the possibility that there were two big clubs in one city, I also recently found out Milano has two as well haha. Thus far I've only really followed Dutch football, since that's where I live. This is good though, football education is always good haha.
    For Feyenoord we've got a blood feud with Ajax (Rotterdam and Amsterdam don't mesh) so those matches are always serious business.

    But the postivie point is penalities, at least for me, I love watching penalties.
  12. TurkishDelight
    June 19th, 2012 05:07 PM
    TurkishDelight
    Really, you didn't know Man City? They're not as big as I thought they were then.. They won the Premiership last season and they have one of the best squads in Europe (in my opinion). Oh, I'm not familiar with him, hopefully he does well anyway, I'm sure he has potential. The kid has ability, no doubt about it. Thanks, I appreciate it. Arsenal have a good few rivals like Man Utd, Liverpool and Chelsea but their main rivals are Tottenham Hotspurs. What about Feyenoord?

    Don't worry about it, most people do . Yeah, I agree with you there. More teams might start playing defensively which is a down side to the knockout stages too.
  13. {Swan}
    June 19th, 2012 04:21 PM
    {Swan}
    You were right, it's Man City, which I didn't even knew existed, shows my ignorence in British football. In any case the other guy we're getting is from the same team as Guidetti, I think his name was Omar Elabdellaoui, which I cannot hope to be able to pronounce. I hope he's as good as Guidetti was we've won quite a few matches because of that guy, he was practically a hero in the team haha. It's too bad he got injured and couldn't compete in the UEFA. But yes I hope we'll do well, and same goes for your Arsenal. Does Arsenal have an absolute rival in footbal? Mosts teams do and I'm always curious about that.

    I have to politely disagree with you there, I quite like Messi. But yes, let's look forward to the next matches, though I'll miss the dayly dose of football that comes with pools.
  14. TurkishDelight
    June 19th, 2012 03:29 PM
    TurkishDelight
    Aha, I just always respected a club which developed such great players. Can't believe I forgot about Gio, with him playing for the mighty Arsenal back when he was a midfielder (despite me not really being really interested in football at that time, in fact I supported Man Utd. back then, what was I thinking?). Just wondering so forgive me if I'm wrong, but I always though Guidetti played for Manchester City, and next season if you're talking about a Norweigan striker at United it's probably Joshua King, never seen him play but always has bags of potential on Football Manager, hopefully he has a good season for you next year! I'll be sure to keep an eye out for them for sure then, I really wish we sent Miyaichi to you again instead of to Bolton in the Championship.. I'm sure it'd be a great league, as a majority of leagues are very interesting when your first team plays its football there.

    Yeah I get where you're coming from, especially with Rooney but I've always had a soft spot for Ronaldo, even if I didn't show it during his time at United I always admired his ability. Personally, I like him more than Messi, as despite the fact that I used to love Barca (especially during the Ronaldinho era) but after the whole Cesc transfer saga, I've lost a lot of respect for them as a team. I want England to do well, despite the fact they'll lose to Italy and I want Portugal to do well now that they've progressed. I wouldn;t mind seeing France knock out Spain either
  15. {Swan}
    June 19th, 2012 02:31 PM
    {Swan}
    Ah, my respect for you just went up a notch! Yes those were all from Feyenoord, as well as Gio van Bronckhorst too. And yes they have a lot of loan players, last, last season it was Miyaichi, this last season we had John Guidetti from Man U and there's a Norwegian coming from Man U as well I think for next season. We've also fought ourself into the Champions League this time so I'm looking forward to that, even though Feyenoord usually doesn't last long. Dutch league is exciting to me of course since I watch it, though I can imagine we're not on par with the larger European teams. Still I love keeping track of it.

    To me he just doesn't seem like the most sympathetic man. Sometimes you can just see when a person's a bit nasty or over his head. Same reason I don't like Ronaldo (that and his tendency to drop to the field at any given moment, Portuguese Turf Surfing is quite mocked where I come from). In any case we'll see how this goes, most of the teams I like have been eliminated, bar Greece which will probably not survive its clash with Germany so we'll see. At least I've a hope for Italy.

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