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Semi-Finals: Germany vs. Italy

Discussion in 'Sports Talk' started by Inter4, Jun 30, 2006.

  1. dgfred

    dgfred Sports Freak

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    The 'Snarling Dog' :D -- isn't that his nickname? He was cramping before regulation ended but was still going strong at the end of the OTs :goodjob: .

    I didn't think it was Matterazzi :confused: , I thought it was another guy--
    not sure of his name :blush: , I'll have to check up on the names.
     
  2. Civrules

    Civrules We the People

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    :lol: Yeah, my brother and I were laughing about that nickname. :)
     
  3. Hitro

    Hitro Feistus Raclettus

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    Yeah, but then he would at least have tried. It wouldn't have been his fault if the one ball hits the post, the second the crossbar and then later the third (hypothetically) saved by Lehmann for Italy then to lose on penalties. If he hadn't tried at all and just played for penalties, like Pekerman, that would have been a tactical mistake.
     
  4. Inter4

    Inter4 Forza Inter!

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    Ivan Cordoba
     
  5. Rhye

    Rhye 's and Fall creator

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    another present for the german legion here...
     

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  6. Inter4

    Inter4 Forza Inter!

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    MMMMMMmmmmm... pizza margherita :D

    That's brilliant!
     
  7. Adler17

    Adler17 Prussian Feldmarschall

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    Well I would prefer a Thunny or Salami pizza. Or a Hawaii pizza.

    Adler
     
  8. Rhye

    Rhye 's and Fall creator

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    Hawaii pizza :vomit:
    Is it a pizza?
     
  9. Shigga

    Shigga Shiggadelic Baby! :)

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    A very justified question :vomit:
     
  10. azzaman333

    azzaman333 meh

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    I think it was referring to a Hawaian Pizza, which is a shorter name for Ham and Pineapple pizza.
     
  11. Rhye

    Rhye 's and Fall creator

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    a pizza with pineapple, do you call it a pizza?
     
  12. Darkness

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    Yep, it's actually quite good. :)
    Don't know if it has anything to do with Italian-style pizza's though. After all the Italian pizzeria where I always go has a Turkish cook.... ;)
     
  13. azzaman333

    azzaman333 meh

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    I call whatever comes from my local pizza shop pizza. Although, the best pizza's (imo) are those covered in as much meat as possible... mmmmmmmm pizza.:drool:
     
  14. Rhye

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    No, hawaian pizza has nothing to do with italian pizza.

    If you cover it with too much stuff, it's no longer a pizza.
    A pizza is good only if the ingredients are good, even without toppings.

    Trust the italian cook ;), I could teach you a trick or two to make it on your own at home
     

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