Re: What Rubbish....
by NashikMarathi on Jun 14, 2010 11:27 PM
Oh yeah and even on the BBC blogs people are admitting this is a different higher level than club soccer and the players who dominate the club scene will find it harder here.
Re: What Rubbish....
by Sagar Raghavan on Jun 16, 2010 04:56 AM
Indians are known for Knee jerk reactions, and I am not surprised at your reaction. Football is a team game and there are Eleven players. its the media and PR companies that project one person. The games will have a split second brilliance and those come in plenty in a world cup. If this world up is boring till now it is because of the ball and the altitude, wind conditions & adaptablity that is causing this world cup to be termed as boring to probably just ok....FIFA should stop introducing new balls just before the world cup..It takes time to adjust. We need to see football of high quality, and not a game of football of mistakes to make it intresting..
Re: Re: Re: Come to Calicut or Malappuram
by YeahRight on Jun 15, 2010 12:12 AM
Thats because as soon the FIFA is done people have to go back to beating up the opposition political party workers...so no time for doing any real job in life...
Re: Come to Calicut or Malappuram
by santanu das on Jun 15, 2010 11:25 AM
for tht matter come to the northeast and see what football means.anyway theres no point gushing about the soccer craziness of indians.its all a vicarious pleasure where india is not represented in any way
No matter he is not able to credit a goal, but the nature of his playing dont missit. The only footballer currently playing beautiful football. Just enjoy his play and learn some thing for our India football team and Indian Football fedration also.
Re: Messi Vs. Maradona
by JAKE on Jun 14, 2010 01:05 PM
No one can touch Diego Maradona as far as football skills are concerned. He was the ultimate footballer, magical with the ball at his feet, incredible footwork and exemplary eye for spotting opportunities on the field. He was a pure natural genius, the greatest footballer of all times. Messi is also very good, natural ball player and very exciting to watch when in full flow. Let us hope he produces his own brand of magic in this WC and gets Argentina the WC.
Re: Watch for MSat
by West Indian on Jun 14, 2010 12:29 PM
We wish that Indian Football is also sponsored like cricket and that standard of game is improved. And then we can expect our Indian team to be part of FIFA championsip.
Re: Re: Watch for MSat
by classical guy on Jun 14, 2010 12:16 PM
Well, as far as I have learnt, FIFA is the client for Mahindra Satyam and the technical infrastructure for the FIFA worldcup is being provided by Satyam. so why do we want to critisize Satyam?