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Live490
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Post #16
Thursday May 12, 2016 10:10pm

Joined Mar 2013
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Sanchez did more than Tristelme. Now that is the definition of a really good player. Couldnt cut it in Spain and left home. Sanchez, went on to make history. Really good player lol really?

dolcem
Post #17
Thursday May 12, 2016 10:42pm

Joined Nov 2012
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Original post from Live490

I hate México! But i can acknowledge Hugo Sanchez was more than just a "very good" player. Lol he is up there on the best fwds ever. Better than our stupid coach. 5 pichichis and say he was just really good is stupid. Even Marquez was one of the best defenders, if not the best in his prime. And i hate to defend mexico and it's league but it's a lot easier to transition when youre from a european country to become a world class talent than from Mexico. Aside from Zidanes France, they haven't really done shit and played so so. Mexico in brazil was top 3.


Original post from Live490

Sanchez did more than Tristelme. Now that is the definition of a really good player. Couldnt cut it in Spain and left home. Sanchez, went on to make history. Really good player lol really?


Come on man. Everyone knows that you and adms are the same person. We all know you're a huge Mexico fan and you're a moron if you think Mexico is a better footballing nation than France. France has won a World Cup for fuck's sake and has produced a few dozen world class players over the years. Mexico has only produced two. How often do Liga MX products go into England or Spain and take it by storm? You are literally the only person outside of Mexico that thinks Liga MX is on the same level as Ligue 1.

And for Villarreal Riquelme was as good as any player in the world, particularly around 03-04. Yeah he didn't fit in at Barcelona but he needs to have the team built around him. Aside from maybe Sanchez, Riquelme is leagues above any player Mexico ever produced (and yes, that includes Marquez). But you wouldn't remember any of this since you're about 15 years old.
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Live490
Texas
Post #18
Friday May 13, 2016 3:37am

Joined Mar 2013
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Lol one good season.. Wow. Not better than Marquez or what he did. And i like Zidane over Sanchez but Sanchez did accomplish more than zidane at madrid. By your logic, Vela is better than Riquelme because he has had 2 better seasons at Spain. And from Chivas. And i did say aside from Zidane's era. And i dont think it's at the same level. I'm not adms and NOT a Mexico fan. The riquelme was as good as any player, was in that intertoto final or whatever name it had vs Madrid. With his beloved team boca. You sound like those british ppl that think england is a powerhouse but havent done major shit for decades.

dolcem
Post #19
Friday May 13, 2016 9:24am

Joined Nov 2012
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Original post from Live490

Lol one good season.. Wow. Not better than Marquez or what he did. And i like Zidane over Sanchez but Sanchez did accomplish more than zidane at madrid. By your logic, Vela is better than Riquelme because he has had 2 better seasons at Spain. And from Chivas. And i did say aside from Zidane's era. And i dont think it's at the same level. I'm not adms and NOT a Mexico fan. The riquelme was as good as any player, was in that intertoto final or whatever name it had vs Madrid. With his beloved team boca. You sound like those british ppl that think england is a powerhouse but havent done major shit for decades.


He had more than one good season, and he was twice the player that Vela was. And yes, he single-handedly beat Madrid's galacticos. Makelele couldn't handle him. Sanchez was an all-time great, no disputing that, but it's pretty poor that a nation of over 100 million people produced only two world class soccer players in their whole history.

England? Wtf? When did I mention England?

Yes, you are adms, and you are a Mexico fan. Everyone knows.
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admsghs27
Post #20
Friday May 13, 2016 9:21pm

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@Dolcem you are so ignorant only because a player did better in another league doesnt mean it makes it worst or better than the other one. So ginac scored more goals in MX than in france maybe he has better players around him than in france. So by your logic MLS is better than the Dutch league because altidore scored more goals in Holland than in MLS. Stats dont always tell the whole story. As a matter of fact stats and rankings don't mean much in soccer.

dolcem
Post #21
Friday May 13, 2016 10:39pm

Joined Nov 2012
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Original post from admsghs27

@Dolcem you are so ignorant only because a player did better in another league doesnt mean it makes it worst or better than the other one. So ginac scored more goals in MX than in france maybe he has better players around him than in france. So by your logic MLS is better than the Dutch league because altidore scored more goals in Holland than in MLS. Stats dont always tell the whole story. As a matter of fact stats and rankings don't mean much in soccer.


Dude come on. I was just responding to your ridiculous argument that "Gignac said Liga MX is better." I also gave about 10 other reasons that Ligue 1 is better and you didn't respond to any of them. NO ONE outside of Mexico thinks Liga MX is better than Ligue 1. They aren't even close.
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Live490
Texas
Post #22
Sunday July 17, 2016 7:49pm

Joined Mar 2013
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Liga MX started Friday. Johnny B played for Querétaro and i dont think uis Gil did. Saw Necaxa vs Cruz Azul. Benji Joya was with necaxa so i thought he would get time. He did not. Necaxa was my old favorite team i grew up watching. Fantastic in the 90s. 3rd place Club Cup in 2000. They got a few Chilean players that won this summer. One of them is Fuch. He is a great player. On another note, Baca, who was an Earthquake's player that went down with Jose Villarreal and Farfan a while back, is pretty damn good. What a loss for SJ. Also i do not know if OG played with Pachuca. I hate that the MX is more accessible and free to me than the MLS.

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