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sidopolous
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Best Opponent

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Who is the best opponent you have played against this year (NOT TEAM)

Mine is a bloke called Gino for S. Knights. I didn't get a look in. He beat me to the ball, in tackles, in the air. I couldn't even blame my age as he would have been in his thirties I reckon.

Well done Gino !!!

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Post by Olympic (Vista) Bhoy »

Ronaldinho on FIFA 2006...........long haired, goofy looking git.
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Post by harryhandsome1 »

Heres me thinking i was your best opponent VB. :lol:

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Frankie from pumas, not because of his talent it was because it was so hard not to knock the little fcker out
DIVING:
Admition of defeat
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RUINS THE BEAUTIFUL GAME!!!

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Post by viduka »

Mr Football wrote:Frankie from pumas, not because of his talent it was because it was so hard not to knock the little fcker out
:lol:

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Post by BULLDOG »

my best opponent would be SIMO the coach of IF.
onoir diomasack

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viduka wrote:
Mr Football wrote:Frankie from pumas, not because of his talent it was because it was so hard not to knock the little fcker out
:lol:
:lol: :lol: :lol:
onoir diomasack

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Post by Knight7 »

Sid, Gino would normally walk into our first team however plays Aussie Rules on Saturday's. Broke his ribs about 4 weeks ago, so couldn't play Aussie Rules so played a couple of games on the for the B's. Played last time against you guys but he played in goals - as he played Aussie Rules day before. Hoping to get him to just play Football next year and would make a huge difference in first team. He also carved up PHE

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Post by bigpond »

Adam Dunt from east - bald haired bloke up front - for me much more difficult to mark than Krollig was as Dunt had pace, was strong on the ball and had a bit of skill.........very difficult to mark.....

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Post by Jay Walking »

bigpond wrote:Adam Dunt from east - bald haired bloke up front - for me much more difficult to mark than Krollig was as Dunt had pace, was strong on the ball and had a bit of skill.........very difficult to mark.....
Very good player is Dunty and top bloke to.

Being a B team player, the Vista guy that played on the left hand side the first time we played them. Gave me a bath and I got moved after 20 mins.

Best team would have to be West Beach in the B's. I really enjoyed playing against them. Tough at the ball, good skills and tried to knock the ball around

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Post by DOC »

have to agree with JayWalking on that one, always like playing West Beach, never dirty, always a good match and always close....as for best opponent goes i would have to say S Dunk because of the stupid red cards that cost us matches haha....but seriously the midfield at southern nights or ingle farm would have to include the best opponents i've faced this year...very tough teams to break down

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