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Discussion in 'Korea' started by Sergei Mantis, Jan 25, 2012.
I really like them all except not so much the FCB home kit. Thanks for sharing.
Those are atrocious.
White shorts are the worst. If they're not cut right, they make everyone look like they have a big fat ass. Arsenal's current kit comes to mind.
/runs and throws away white shorts at home...
I like white kits. So clean cut but a b!tch to clean
Luis Suarez's Uruguan team-mate Diego Lugano claims it took 'balls' for the Liverpool striker not to shake Patrice Evra's hand, as part of a staunch defence of his compatriot.
The under-fire striker snubbed the Manchester United left-back's hand before the Premier League clash on Saturday, even though the FA ruled him guilty of racially abusing his opponent and slapped an eight-game ban on him.
Sir Alex Ferguson said Suarez was a disgrace and should never play for Liverpool again, while Liverpool also rebuked the forward after he dodged the handshake.
Incident: Luis Suarez misses out Patrice Evra
However, Uruguay captain Lugano said: 'You have to have balls to do what Luis did on Saturday.
'He followed his principles. We live in a democracy, and if you do not want to greet someone, you do not do it.
'And less so if that person has made you experience some bad moments.'
Lugano added: 'He has gone through a few months he did not deserve.
'Everyone in football knows it is a big circus.
'Take into account that England is historically a colonial country and racism is a sensitive subject, but we all know it has nothing to do with what happened between Luis and the Manchester United player.
'It’s a football argument, and many false moralists and hypocrites have profited, and Luis is the only innocent party in this situation.'
The president of Uruguay also defended Suarez, insisting his compatriot 'is not a racist and never will be'.
Defence: Diego Lugano supported his international colleague
Speaking to Uruguayan radio station M24 the president said: 'There is solidarity with Suarez. Suarez is not a racist and never will be.'
In a separate interview, with weekly newspaper Busqueda, he added that the case had been 'exaggerated'.
'There is nothing racist,' said Mujica, adding that 'some do not understand' Suarez and did not study 'diplomatic protocol'.
Mujica added: 'He's a young genius on the football field, (and) humble.'
The president's support came hours after Uruguay captain Diego Lugano gave his backing to his international team-mate in the wake of more criticism for not shaking Evra's hand in last weekend's 2-1 defeat at Old Trafford.
'Keep in mind that England is a country historically colonial and racism is very delicate, but we know that has nothing to do with the relationship between Luis and the United player,' he told Uruguayan television station Canal 10.
Lugano added that Suarez 'has gone through a few months he did not deserve'.
'All of us in football know it's a big circus. For what did Luis on Saturday must have balls. He followed his convictions,' said the defender who plays for Paris Saint Germain - the side today linked with a summer move for Suarez.
'We live in a democracy and if you do not want to greet someone, do not greet them.'
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/fo...ano-Patrice-Evra-handshake.html#ixzz1ma0DOvdB
If he had half a brain he wouldn't have told Daglish & company he'd shake hands before the match.
ew..... is all i can say.
must be the water in Montevideo....only thing you can say to something so ignorant.
Two Bayer Leverkusen players will have to auction off Barcelona shirts they got from Lionel Messi in Tuesday's 3-1 Champions League defeat on Tuesday after the club's sports director, Rudi Völler, said they were too enthusiastic in their quest for a souvenir.
The defender Michal Kadlec, who scored the Germans' only goal in their round-of-16 first-leg defeat, had sought the Argentinian's top at half-time but was beaten to it in the tunnel by his fellow defender Manuel Friedrich.
Kadlec then got Messi's shirt at the end of the match, much to the irritation of Völler.
"I can guarantee that Kadlec and Friedrich will auction off their Messi shirts for a good cause," Voller told Bild. "What the pair did was a bit over the top."
Völler added that similar scenes will not be tolerated when the two sides meet in the second leg at Camp Nou.
"I have not spoken to the pair yet, but I will do," he said.
Speaking after the game, Kadlec justified his behaviour, telling Sky: "When you play against such a player, then you always want his shirt.
"I would have swapped it immediately for a better result, but it is a shame that we did not do enough."
Rudy's being a little bitch.
It won't take Rudi long to take back his words.
Hiddink be chasing money. I imagine it would be impossible for the KFA to match
Hiddink has always been a ruthless opportunist. Nothing wrong with that, still love the guy.
Of course... but I was just referring to whoever we get on a permanent basis.
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new oz away kits
FFS, look at Australia and Netherlands while we got good ol' Pepsi swirls
i think it would've looked better if we had the same stripe as oz' but seperated with 2 colors: red and blue.